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PREFACE. 



Ih presenting the sixth Volume of the Jommal to the 
Members, the Council of the Association has not much cause 
for making any lengthened observations. The publication of 
the Poll Tax, begun in the last Volume, has been continued, 
and has excited great interest amongst the Members. This 
has led the Council to determine upon printing other records 
of a similar character, one result of which will be seen in the 
Notes on Upper Agbrigg, from Dodsworth's MSS. in the 
Bodleian Library. It may be explained here that in the 
library of the British Museum there are several volumes of 
Extracts from Dodsworth's MSS., where the various entries 
relating to Yorkshire are collected in Wapentakes and ar- 
ranged in alphabetical order under the head of the townships 
of each Wapentake. It is intended to print the whole of 
these extracts, and to proceed with the Ainsty at the con- 
clusion of Agbrigg. The Council has to thank Mr. Ellis 
and other gentlemen for the notes. The earlier pages of 
the Volume call to mind the loss the Society sustained by 
the death of the Rev. Father Haigh, whoso learned papers 
were welcomed by all Antiquarian students. 

The Paper on Enaresborough Castle was read by Mr. 
Clark at the Excursion, and, as revised and extended, is the 
first of a series of papers which the Council hopes to present 



Vi PREFACE. 

from time to time in illustration of the fine examples of feudal 
architecture with which the county abounds ; the Council 
desires to thank Mr. Clark for this interesting paper and for 
his promises of future help. The chief feature, however, of 
the Volume is the account of " Marske in Swaledale," for 
which the thanks of Members are due to the Rev. Canon 
Raine. It is impossible to overrate the value of this charm- 
ing paper, whether considered from a purely literary point 
of view or as a monument of patient enquiry and learning. 
It is a model for Papers of this class. The account of Went- 
worth Woodhouse and its Owners is an expansion of the 
article in the Excursion programme which was kindly pre- 
pared by Dr. Catty. The Paper on the Friar Preachers 
of York must commend itself to all readers of the Journal^ 
and the thanks of the Council and Members are due to the 
Rev. C. F. R. Palmer, for this valuable addition to our know- 
ledge of these orders. The Baptismal Registers of York 
Minster complete the transcript of the registers of the 
metropolitan church of the province. The notes so freely 
added by Mr. Skaife have made this set of Papers invalu- 
able to genealogical students, and most interesting to general 
readers. The Council desires to take this opportunity of 
thanking all the Contributors for their various Papers, and 
has only to add that in this as in former Volumes, the 
Contributors alone are responsible for the opinions and 
statements made in their several Papers. 



CONTENTS. 



PAGE 

Prepacb V 

Bolls of thb Ck)LLK(TTOBs in thb WEST-Bmma of xnE Lat- 
SiTBaiBY (Poll Tax) 2 Eiohabd II., Wapentake of Osqod- 

CB088B ... * 1 

Note on an Insceibsd Stone at 

Wenslbt the late Hey, "D.IL.JlAiQn 45 

Oir AN Inscribed Stone found at 

Yauh thelate'REV.T>.lI,lLMQnj 

annotated by the Bey. 

J. T. FowLEE, M.A., 

F.S.A. ... 47 
The late Bey. Daniel Heney Haioh tiie Bey. J. T. Fowleb, 

M.A« .... 53 
Abstracts of Old Deeds . . Ohaeles Jackson . . 5S 

Extracts from Dodsworth's MSS. 

RBLATINO to BRIOnOUSE, ClIFTON, 
KlRXLBES, AND HARTSIIEAD, IN 

THE Wapentake of Morley . Qeoroe J. Arkytaqe, 

F.S.A. ... 73 
Monumental Inscriptions — St. Os- 
wald's CaURCU, OUISELEY, TORK- 

SHiRB Qeoroe J. Armytaoe, 

F.S.A 80 

liXTTERS OF THE YORKSHIRE COM- 
MISSIONERS OF Sequestrations, 
ftc, to Cromwell, 1655-6 • Snt Qeoroe Duokstt, 

Bart. ... 92 

KvABSSBOROuon Castle . . Qeo. T. Clark . . 98 

Obssbtations on some Moated Moxtnds 

nr Yorkshire ... Qeo. T. Clark . . . 109 



• •• 



Vlll CONTENTS. 

PAGE 

Chabtebs op the Pbiohy of Swine 

IN HOLDEBNESS .... SiB GeOBGE DuCEETT, 

Babt. . • • 113 
On the D18OOVEBY OP Ohipped Flints 

BENEATH THE PEAT ON THE TOBE- 

SHIBE M0OB8, NEAB HALIFAX . JA8. W. DaYIS, F.S.A., 

P.G.S 12a 

BOLL8 OP THE COLLEOTOB8 IN THE WeST-EiDINO OP THE LAY- 

SuB8n)Y (Poll Tax) 2 Eichabd II., Wapentake op 
Babxe8ton' 129 

Do. DO. DO. Wapentake op Aqgebbig . .150 

Mabsee, in Swaledale . . THE Eey. Canon James 

.Eaine, M.A. . . . 172 

Eolls op the Oollectobs in the West-Eidinq op THE Lay- 
Subsidy (Poll Tax) 2 Eichabd II., Wapentake op Moblay . 287 

Do. DO. DO. Wapentake OF Skybak* . 806 

Do. DO. DO. Wapentake de Clabbowe 324 

Wentwobth Woodhousb and its 

OwNEBS TheEev.Alpbed Gatty, 

D.D. . . .343 
The Eeoisteb op Baptisms in Yobk 

M1N8TEB E. H. Skaipe . . . 385 

The Fbiab Pbeaghers, ob Black 

Fbiabs OP Yobk . , . TheEev.O. F.E.Palmeb 396 

Abms op Aldebuboh, ob Aldbobough Sib Geobge Duokett, 

Babt. . . .420 
Dodswobth's Tobkshibe Notes (Agg- 

bbig) Alpbed S. Ellis • • 425 

Eepobt op the XVth Annual Meeting op the Association . 451 

Statement op Accounts fob 1879 455 

Statement op Accounts fob 1880 456 

Eepobt op the XVIth Annual Meeting of the Association . 457 

Mb. Faibless Babbeb, F.S.A., the late 460 

Index 461 



^llmixniiam. 



• ■ ■ 

PAGB 

Ikoisbd Stohe at Wensi^y 45 



OF THB Yabh Stoke {Auiotype) .... to face 47 

KxABZflBOSouoH Caotle (/(Wf tnetTtf) .... to/ac6 102 

SSAUB 7B0H MaBSKE OUABTEBS 219, 222, 226 

Hkealdio Seal of Joim de Latok 222 

„ ROBEBT DB ClESEBY 223 

„ OOKTERS 226 

AxX8 OF Db. IIuttov, QBAiTTED 1584 . . tofoce 238 

»• GSREBALLT WOBK BY THE FAMILY OF HtrTTOK . tO foct 238 

HxBALDic Seal of Thomas del Clihts 264 

PORTBAIT OF THOMAS WEKTWOBTH 343 

Fac-sucilbs of Lobd Stbaffobd's Avtoobaph, &c. . tofoce 347 

Tnm Well-Gate, Wektwobtii Woodhouse . , to face 363 

Tes Abmb of Eabl Fttzwilliam 369 

Bodes of Obeat Houohton 376 

Redmak and Aldebubgh .... 121,422 

Clydsbhow (P) 429 

WODE OF ALM02a>BXmY 429 



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• t 



ft 



^ 



WAPPBNTAGItJM DB OSGODCROSSB. 



Johannes de MethUy, Tayllour, &, 

Cecilia vx" ejus , . . vj.rf. 

Thomas seruiens ejus . . . iiij.e^. 
Ricordus Deryng*, Soater^ & Alicia 

vx^ejus vj.c?. 

Ricardua Acworth\ Wryght, & 

Alicia vx" ejus . • . . YJ.d. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . iiij.c?. 

Johannes seruiens ejusdem . . iiij.ef. 

Agnes seruiens ejusdem . . iiij.e^. 

Kobertus Talbot & Cecilia v:C ejus ui}.d, 

Hobertus Thekar k. Alicia vf ejus iiij.(2. 

Bobertus Hortoii & Agnes vif ejus iiij.cf. 
Johannes Smyth' & Isabella y^ 

ejus Y}.d. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . . iiij.e^. 

Bieardus Sparke k Emma yrC ejus iiij.(2. 
Johannes qui fuit seruus Thome 

de BoUay iiij.ei. 

Johanna Webster . . . . uij.d. 
Thomas de Wodhouse & Elena vif 

ejus iiij.e^. 

Johannes Wylys & Agnes vf" ejus iiij.d. 

Adam Saghar iiij.c^. 

Matilda Crab .... iiiyd. 

Agnes filia ejus • . . . iiij.ci. 

Margareta Here .... iiij.^. 

Johannes Mounk' ft Alicia ytT ejus iiij.^. 

Johannes Milner* 8l Alicia vx" ejus iiij.c2. 

Alicia filia ejus . . . . iiij.d 
Willelmus Acworth' & fielix yjT 

ejus liij.(f. 

Matilda Smyth' .... iiiyd. 

Thomas Yoman'-Alicia yiT ejus . iiij.c^. 
Willelmus There & Margareta yx"* 

ejiis . . . . . iiij.(2. 
Willelmus Loncastre & Johanna 

vx*" ejus iiij.d. 

Willelmus Clark' k Agnes vxT ejus iiij.tf. 

Roger us Wryght' & Cecilia vf" e j us iiij .d, 
Robertus Uypirstofi & Johanna 

Tif ejus iiij.d. 

Ricardus Pepercome & Alicia v^ 

ejus, Spynw' .... vj.ti, 
Johannes Bakester ft Beatrix vxT 

ejus iiij.(2. 

Robertus Portar^ ft Johanna Yf 

ejus iiij.^. 

Johannes Qrymbald' . . . iiij.c^. 
Robertus de Daryngtoft ft Agnes 

Tx~ejus . '. . . . iiij.(2. 

Cecilia de Aytoft . . . . iiij.^ 

Johanna seruiens ejus . . . iiij.c^. 

Johannes de Hutofi ft Alicia y^ 

• •••• J 

ejus mj.a. 

Johannes seruiens ejus 

Robertus Ly ttylproud ft Johanna 

Yx^ejus 

Robertus Clarke ft Johanna y^ 



ejus 

Johannes seruus Thome de Wake- 
field . . . . . . 

Agnes Seymster .... 

Johannes Cud worth' ft Alicia yxT 

OJUB ■ • « • • • 



mj.a. 
luj.a. 

• • • ■ « 

uij.a. 

• • • • m 

luj.rt. 

■ • • • 9 

luj.a. 
uij.a. 



Willelmus Salys ft Johanna YiT 

ejus \\\]A. 

Alicia Barkere . . . . iiij.r/. 
Johannes Fyrsby ft Alicia yx~ 

ejus iiij.£^. 

Robertus Warkman . . . iiij.cf. 
Thomas Hiksofl ft Johanna yx*^ 

ejus. ..... mj.a. 

Cecilia filia ejus • . . . iiij.^. 

Cecilia seruiens ejus . . iiij.cj.' 
Petrus Walkar* ft Johanna yjT 

ejus, Wehtter , . . . YJ.d. 

Johannes Nund' ft Alicia y^ ejus iiij .(2. 
Johannes Scelbrok* ft Cecilia y^ 

ejus iiij.d. 

Alicia Whythod . . . . iiij.ef. 

Katerina filia ejus . . . iixj.d. 

Gilbertus Glouer^ . . . . m^.d. 
Bogerus Lowcht ft Johanna yjT 

ejus. . . • . . . iiij.d. 

Johannes Yorke ft Alicia yx" ejus iiij. (2. 
Thomas Wakefeld*, Lyster, ft Jo- 

hanna yjT ejus . . . . xij.d. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . . iWj.d. 

Johannes seruiens ejusdem . . iiiyd. 

Margareta seruiens ejusdem . . iiij.d 

Margaretaseruiens ejusdem Thome inj.d. 



(Membrane 19, column 2.) 

Helena seruiens ejusdem Thome uij.d, 
Willelmus Baylay, Marchaunt, I dimid. 

ft Johanna yx" ejus . . ( marc 

Nicholaus seruiens ejus . . iiij.<2. 

Isabella seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d. 

Agnes seruiens ejus . . . iiij .(2. 
Willelmus Smyth' ft Johanna yx"^ 

ejus iUj.^. 

Johannes Doram, ffotttUr, ft Ma- 

gota yjT ejus .... xij.e2. 
Robertus Cudworth', Souter, ft 

Johanna yiT ejus . . . . Yyd. 

Johanna seruiens ejus . . . uij.d. 
Willelmus Tayllour ft Agnes Yif 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Johannes Martyn . . iiij.^. 
Willelmus Waykfeld*, Barker', ft 

Johanna yx" ejus . . . xij.rf. 

Adam Kypas, Syynnar* . . xij.cf. 
Johannes ParlyngtoH ft Alicia yx** 

ejus . . . . . . iiij.^. 

Johannes Spenser . . . iiij. (2. 
Adam Whythand' ft Johanna yiT 

ejus in}.d, 

Johannes Webester ft Alicia y^ 

ejus, WtheiUr .... Yj.rf. 

Willt?lmu8 seruiens ejus . . . iiij.c^. 

Adam seruiens ejus . . . m].d, 
Willelmus Stan! eld' ft Johanna yiT 

ejus \\\].d, 

Thomas Pudsay ft Alicia yx" ejus iiij.^. 

Thomas Wak* .... iiij.ri. 

Willelmus de Defibrd' . . . iiij.fi. 

Johannes Webster . . . iiij.ci. 



WAPPENTAGIUM DB OSGODC&OSSS. 



vj.rf. 
uij.a. 

■ • ■ • « 

iuj.a. 

•••• _» 



JohMUMs Yarom*, SmyUt.', k 
Alicia T^T ejus .... 

WilleliDiM ■eruiens ejus . . . 

AHcaSnoder .... 

JohamMi Ser:geMiDi AlicU nCejiiB 

fltnyhanm Masoft & JohMum y^ 
tJIM 

BobotQS Schakspex^, Oomper, 

Aaabella Osteler .... iuyd. 

Atim Mnueiit ejii« . . uij.(t 
JohanjMa de Hyperon, ifarrAanl 

tfc{ he€$ {m€)t k KmoM xiT ejus ilj.d. 

Henrico* temieiM ejiu . in}.d. 

Thoaiaa Mnii«iM ejus . • uij-d, 

Fraid' ■eruient ejus . iiij.<i. 

Riewdtts wniieiia ejus . . . myd. 

lUi^BVvta aeruifloft ejii« . iiij.<^. 

JobaoBa ieinit-na ejua . . iiiyd. 

JohannefdeKyrkby • . iiij.<2. 
WUfelmua Mittoft, OtUUr, k Alicia 

▼x'ajua xi},d, 

WiUsliDus 101111608 ejtw iiij.d. 

AgM aeniieos ejus . . iiij.(2. 

Otdlia •eraiena ajua . . mjjd. 
ThotoMM Cartar« Marekaunt de Ue$, 

ft Johanna tT ejoi ... xtyd. 

iMballa aeruieoa ejoa . . iiij.d, 

Adam aeraieDS ajoa . . Uij.(i 

Alicia aemiena ajua iiij.ii. 

Johasnea aaniifloa ^ua . • . iiij.dL 

A^Ma del Hjnl .... iuyd, 

AnabeUaArmjs • , . . iiij.<i 

Jobanoea Sadeler . iiiyd. 

Johannea aemiena ejua . . . iiij.d. 
RofacrioB Spjoer k Johanna tiT 

ejna ji}.d, 

Oealia ieniieoB ejus . . myd, 

Afida eeraiens ejua . iiij.ii. 
Johannea de Keywjk* k Alicia tiT 

ejna iuj.il. 

Abeta acraiens ejna . iiiyd, 

WiDalnina wmieoa ejaa . , . iiij.il. 
Petnia da Walht 4 Matilda rf 

•jvs m}.d. 

DieniaiaM aemiena ejua . . . iiij.i2. 

NieholattB acruiena ejna . iiij.il. 
Jehanaea Sadder k Alicia rx" 

nom Tj.ll. 

Jebuioea aemiena ejua . iiij.ii 
Sebcrtoa Smyth* k Alida tx" 

e|aa mj.a. 

aeraienscjoa . . iiij.il. 

aemiena ejua . . . iiij.c£. 

Oode .... iiijul. 
de Pkthorn, TaiUtmr, k 

nTejua Tj.ii. 

seruiena ejua. iiij.il. 
HiDeUntta Baoghtwer, Ta}fUour,k 

Alicia ▼»* ejua Tj.^!. 

iimrdaa iemiena ejus . . iiij.il. 

Ahem aemiena ejua . iujul. 
Baade Tanarnw k Johanna r^ 

t • •• • a 

C]«B • • . • . iuj.a. 



Johannea seruiena ejus iiij.ri. 

WillelmuB filius ejua . . . iiij.eif. 

Thomaa Marchall*, Smyth, k 

Juliana Tif ejus . . . xij.d 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . . iiij.c2. 

Alicia Fiihyller .... iiij.if. 

Johannes Gayioli, Marchaunt, k | dimid. 

Margarets rx" ejua . . ) marc.. 

WillelmuB filius ejus . . iiij.^. 

Matilda filia ejus. . . . iiij.d. 

Robertus de Begball*, Drapour, i dimid. 

k Msgota v^ ejus { marc. 

Robertus de LayrUiorp . . iiiyd. 

Johannea Knyght . . . . iiij-d 

Thomas seruiens ejus . . iiij.^. 

Adam seruiens eju^ . . . iiij.d. 

Adam Carter seruiens ejus . . iiiyd, 

Johannes seruiens ejua . . . iiij.ti^. 

Juliana seruiens ejus . . . mj.d. 

Agnes seruiens jsjus . . . iiij.ti^. 

Emma aemiena ejus . . . iiij.d. 

Thomaa Ba^hyll' k Emma tiT ejus iiij.d. 

Willelmus Boteler» OtleUr, k Ce- 
cilia vx" ejus . . ji.d„ 

Johannes aeruiens ejua . ii^.<l* 



(Membrane 19, column 8.) 

Magota seruiens ejus . . iiij.d. 

Robertas Horbery, Tayllour, k 

Johanna tx* ejua . . . . vj.d. 

Nutrix ejus iiij.d. 

Petronilla seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d. 
Johannes de Helay k Elisabetha 

▼iTejua iiij-d. 

Johannes Roller, MarehamU, k 

Agnes viC ejus . . • • xl.d. 
Willelmus aemiena ejua • . iiij.d. 
Johannea seruiens ejua . • . iiij.d. 
Elena Rankyn .... iiij.d. 
Ricardus filius ejus . ... ii\j.d. 
Adam Hallestede, Webeater, k 

Alicia y^ ejua . • TJ.d. 

Alicia Plugfaman . . ii^.d. 

Johannea de Balne, LjftUr, 

Emma ri" ejua 
Matilda aeruiens ejua 
Willelmus Spjcer . 
Matilda aeruiens ejus 
Bibilla seruiens ejus . 
Isabella seruiens ejus 
Willelmus de Karleyll*, OtUler'f k 

Alicia yiC ejus . . 

Matilda semiens ejus 
Agnes seruiens ejus 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Johannea Clerk', Fraunckyn, k 

Johanna vi* ejus 
Agnes aeruiens ejus 
Emma aemiena ejus 
Imbella semiens ejus 
Willelmus de Parlyngtofi, Skyn 

nar, k Custaneia tx" ejus 

B 3 



zl.d. 

lUJ./f. 

▼j-d, 
Uij.d. 
iiij.d. 
uij.d. 



xl.d. 
mj.d. 
mj.d. 
uij.d. 

xl.d. 

luj.rf. 
luj.rf. 
iiij.d. 

xij.d. 



WAPPENTAGIUM DB OSOODCROSSB. 



Johanna filiA ejus . • . uiyd. 

Johanna seruiens ejus . . . iiij.cj. 

Magota de Norman toil . . iiij.d. 

Alicia filia ejua . . . . ii^.d. 
Johannes Qraymak' & Anabella 

viT ejus iiij.rf. 

Cristiana serulens ejus . . . iiij.d. 
Willelmus de Dunforth', Webtter, 

k Johanna v^T ejua • . . Y}.d. 

Katerina filia ejus . • • . mj.d, 

Johanna de Pykedofi . . . iiij.d 
Thomas de (3artofl, Drapour, ft 

Magota YiT ejus . . . . idj.d. 
Adam Chalonar, Couerlid WefcTf 

k Agnes vif ejus . . . xij.(2. 
Willelmus Milner, Walker, k 

Alicia yjL ejus . . . . TJ.rf. 
Johannes Galway, OsteUr, k Alicia 

vx" ejus xij.d. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . . iiij.^. 

Johanna seruiens ejus . . . ui^.d. 
Oalfridus de Swyn k Johanna viT 

ejus iiij.d. 

Johanna filia ejus . . . iiij.d. 
Willelmus Webster k Margareta 

vx" ejus, Webetler , . , vj.d. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . m}.d. 
Willelmus Brydport k Sibilla vr 

ejus uij.a. 

Adam Holman, Marchaunt, k 

Isabella ▼x*' ejus . . . ij.«. 

Kicardus filius ejus . . . iuyd. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . iW^.d. 

Kicardus seruiens ejus . . . \\\}.d. 

Thomas seruiens ejus . . . iiij.^. 

Meltoli seruiens ejus . . . Miyd. 

Alicia seruiens ejus . . . \\\}.d, 

Alicia Tapester . . . . iiij.^. 

Johanna seruiens ejus . . . iiij.£?. 

Petronilla seruiens, ejus . . . iiij.c/. 
Johannes de Methlay, Taillour, 

k Johanna v^ ejus . . y}.d, 
Willelmus de Northfolk', SouUr^ 

Alicia y-sT ejus ... vj.d. 
Willelmus de Tanschel^ Barkar, 

Alicia Y^ ejus .... ij.a. 

Johannes filius ejus . . mj.d, 
Henricus de WaltoA, Marehauni 

dt Bees, k Anabella yiTejus . xij.d. 

Kicardus seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d 

Alicia de Went' .... iiij.d 

Kigellus filius ejus . . . . iiij.ct. 
Johannes de ffery, SouUr, k Jo- 

h^nna vx~ ejus .... TJ.d. 
Willelmus de Billynges k Alicia 

vx* ejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus Bakester k Isabella vxT 

ejus iiij.d. 

Juliana seruiens ejus . . . iiij.cf. 
Johannes de Elmesall', Marcer, 

Johanna viC ejus . x\.d. 

Johanna seruiens ejus . . . iiij.<2. 

Mater predicts Johanne iiij.d 
Kicardus filsch' k Katerina yiT 

ejus iiij.c^. 



Thomas Qoldsmyth' k Alicia tx" 
ejus 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . . 

Robertus Ploghman, Oatder, Jo- 
hanna T^ ejus . . . . 

Johannes de Whyttlay k Alicia 

V3fejU8 

Nicholaus de Qaltris, 8hynn<ur\ 

Alicia yx"" ejus . 
Kicardus Benet, Softer, k Emma 

viT ejus (sic) . . . . 
Thomas Elys, Sariaunt, k Jo-) 

hanna vx'^ejus. . . ( 
Kobertus Cok' seruiens ejus . 
Robertus seruiens ejus . 
Klizabet seruiens ejus . 
Johannes Couper, Coujior , 
Willelmus seruiens ejus . 
Johannes fforester, ffleshewer, Isa- 
bella Tif ejus . 
Dionisia seruiens ejus 
Matilda seruiens ejus . 
Johannes de Kadclyf, TayUowr 

Johanna yiC ejus . 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Johannes Carter seruiens ejus. 
Walterus de Carlhill' k AUcia vxT 

ejus 

Johanna filia ejus . 

Katerina filia ejua 

Matilda Barlay 

Willelmus de Derby and Magota 

▼x~ ejiia .... 
Johannes Barbour k Johanna vif 

ejua 



lllj.rt. 

• * • • • 

uij.a. 
xij.<2. 
luj.a. 
xij.e{. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 
dim id. 
marc. 

• • • • « 

nij.a. 

• • • • • 

iiij.a. 

• • • • * 

iiij.a. 
vj.rf. 

• • • • « 

iiij.cf. 
xij.d. 

• • • • « 

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Ulj.a. 

vj.rf. 
iiij.fif. 

• • • • _» 

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• • • • « 

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iiij.a. 
iiij.a. 
iiij.a. 

• • • • • 

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• •• • • 

mj.a. 



(Membrane 196, eolumn 1.) 

Johanna Strafford*, WAster . . yj.<£. 

Emma Bele, WebsUr . . . y\.d, 

Johannes del More, Sctdeler, k 

Matilda TiT ejus . . . vj.d. 

Johanna Cok' iiij.d. 

Johannes Barbour, Barkar, Ce- 
cilia vx"* ejus .... xij.rf. 

Stephanus seruiens ejus . . . ii'iyd, 

Matilda seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d, 

Alicia Musterdmaker . . . iiij.<£. 

Kicardus Cok* .... uij.d, 

Johannes Cook' . ... iiij.(i. 

Johannes Bank', SadyUrf Alicia 

vi"ejus xij.rf. 

Emma seruiens ejus . . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes seruiens ejus iiij.(2. 

Adam Vause, Mar^aunt^ Marga- 
reta vx"* ejus . . ij.f. 

Henricus Wastell* k Elena tx"^ 

ejus. ..... iiij.<£. 

Willelmus filius ejus . . . iiiyd, 

Johannes Cyssoh Alicia vif ejus . iiij.ef. 

Agnes filia ejus . . . m].d, 

Agnes Kener iiij.^f. 

Nicholaus Fleschewer', Chapman 

de Bees, k Agnes vx^ ejus iys. 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DK OSGODCBOSSE. 



JohaiuiM Mrmens ejas . . . 
lUtUda d« BUkbourne 
WOlclmtis de Ottelay k KaterioA 

Tx* ejua 

Adftin de KyghUj ft Elena tC 

ejoi 

JohaniMi Mniiens ejus . . . 
SjiDon de Sutioft St Agnes tjT 

•jus 

Johaimf TayUour ft Alicia tsT 

ejus 

Willehnns de Skeltoft Emma ynC 

m 

•JUS. . . • • • 

Anca de Denbj 

JraaBDei filios ejus 

Johamwa de Millord* Johanna ▼x"' 

ejus 

WiUelmus VarcfaaU' . 

Agnes Carter 

Johannes Haukyn 

Jonata TaiUoar 

Johanna M oreys .... 

Thofnas Fleeher* Cecilia tx" ejus . 

Willehttus Hogge Elisabetha yjT 

ejus 

Johannes de Methlay llatilda yjT 

ejua 

Johannes fflecher Alida r^ ejus . 
Juliana de NorthaU' . . 

Johannes de Menche Agnes tiT 

9pt» 

Thumam Taillour Johanna Tif 



luj.a. 

• • • • « 

• • • • J 

iiij.a. 

iiij.a. 
mj.a. 

uij.a. 



mj.a. 



mj.a. 

t • • • • 

uij.oL 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • t _f 

iiij.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • J 

mj.a. 
111 J .a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 

• ■ • • • 

mj.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 

• « « • 1 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • _• 

li^.o. 



ejus 

Johannei sonns Johannis de 

Kyglay 

Xkholaos Poochmakw Alicia rx" 

ejus . . . 

Johannes de Eschtoft Agnes nT 

*j«». ^ 

WtUefanos Cardemaker Magota 

▼z^ejus 

Bohcrtus de Schirbnrfl Matilda 
T^ejua 

Johannea Catelyn, Pardonen, Jo- 
hanna nT ejua • . . 

Johannes seruiens ejus 
i -,,^ fi-,, Jill* 

Johannei de Blithe ft Juliana tz^ 
ejus. 



mj.d 
mj.a. 



... • J 
mj.a. 

uij.d. 



Ulj.O. 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
jii}.d. 

« • • • • 

mj.oL 
mj.a. 

iHj.d 



Badnlphus Ch^roan, Wryjfhf, 

Cecilia T^ ejus . . . TJ.^. 

Botertns Olouer ft Alicia t^T ejua iiij.tf. 

Johanna de Northgate. • iiij.<^. 

HarieeHa de Hunt' . iiij.e^. 

Ccolia de Helay .... iiij.«f. 

Cok* Camifer ft Matilda tx^ ejus. iiij.</. 
K«cafdaa Cok' ft Custancia tx" 

«jai mj.o. 

Barardos Barges ft Johanna tx" 

ejus. ..... iiij.cf. 

WiJWbttus SUatier ft Isabella nC 

ejua . . . . . . iiij.(f. 

Wdtrlraos Gray and Alicia yiT 

ejoi. ..... litj.a. 

Ceala de Keehyn . . . iiij.dC. 



Alicia filia ejus .... iiij.<f. 

Matheus Sclatter . iiij.(2. 
Lodewysus de Northegate & Co- 

lecto vx* ejua . . iiij.ef. 
Johannes Wbytebull', Souter, 

Alicia vx" ejus . . . . vj.rf. 

Helena filia ejus .... iiiyd, 

Johanna filia ejus . . . iiij.(2. 
Thomas Fleschewer Ellzabet fif 

ejus iiij.tf. 

Thomas Home ... iuj.d. 
Bobertus Latewys, Drapowr^ Mar- 

gareta Yx*^ ejus . . • . zij.tf. 

Alicia seruiens ejus. . . . iiij.rf. 
Thomas ^hiie, 'SouUr,. Helena 

vifejus vj.rf. 

Johannea de Knottynglay, Wright yj.d, 

Matilda do Kirlawe. . . iiij.e/. 
Johannea de Tankyrlay, Mar- 

^andf ft Matilda vif ejus . y.#. 
Bobertus seruiens ejua . . . vij.d. 
Bicardus seruiens ejus. . . iiij.o^. 
Margareta seruiena ejus • . . myd. 
Alicia seruieoa ejua . . iiij.c^. 
Johannes Munkman, Barker^ Ag- 
nes TiT ejus. . . . vj.rf. 
Helena filia ejus . . . , myd. 
Bicardus seruiens ejus • . . iiij.cf. 



(Membrane 195, column 2.) 

Johannes Ebor', Bawei*, Alicia 

T^ejus zij.<{. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . . iiij.e^. 

Agnes seruiens ejus . . . myd» 
Johannes de Qrete, TaHUmr^ 

Agnes Tx"^ ejus . . , vj.rf. 

Thomas seruiens ejus . . . myd, 

Johannes Benill' Helena yjf ejus, iiiyd, 

Katerina de fiery . . . . u\\.d, 

Magota mater ejus . iiij.(2. 
Willelmus de Thorpi Sauier, Cus- 

tancia T^" ejus . . . Tj.rf. 

Agnes de Wedesoft . . iiij.rf. 

Helena Parchemener . . . iiij.cf. 

Precioea Scherwynd, Webiter . vj.rf. 

Thomaa Scherwynd, Tauemer . Tj.rf. 

Johanna Puraar . . . . iiij.<f. 

Alicia aeruiens ejus . . . iiij.d, 

Agnes Tayllour .... mj.d. 
Adam Karlele, Sawer^, Johanna 

▼x'ejus yj.rf. 

Auisia aeruiens ejus . . . itij.cf. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . iiij.d, 

WiUelmua aeruiens ejua . . . iiiyd. 
Bobertus de Marbery, Tauemer, 

Dioniaia vf ejus . . • Tj.^ 

Johannes de NcutoA . . iiij.rf. 

Kicholaua aeruiens ejus . . iiiyd, 

Johanna seruiena ejus • . . iiij.</. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . iiij.<^. 

Johannes Wiygbt' SiboU nT ejus uij.i. 
Johannes Loremar ft Katerina vx" 

ejus ...... uiyd. 







WAPPKKTAQIUM DS OSGODCBOSSB. 



Johannei Lebame & Agnes tx*' 

ejus iiij.d. 

RobertuB de Whytby, Sffiytk\ Ma- 
tilda (?) vjT ejus . . . \}.d. 
Johannes Cok' k Margareta yz^ 

ejus ihyd. 

Johannes Sherman . . HiydL 

Isabella Jurdan .... iiiyd. 

Henricus seruiens ejus . . . inj.d, 
Johannes de Bothes, Marschall', 

Alicia Y^ ejus . . . zij.<2. 

Johannes filius ejus . . . iiij.e^. 

Ricardus Martyn . . uij.d. 

Johannes de ffexy . . . . iiij.c^. 
Johannes Deuerell', Bawer, Agnes 

vi" ejus vj.d. 

Johannes filius ejus . . . iiij.<2. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . uij.d. 

Symon Pynder Johanna vx" ejus . iiij.d, 

Thomas de Kendal' Emma ytl ejus iuyd, 

Eua Gare uij.d. 

Matilda Beusrege . . . . iiij.ci. 
Robertus Webester & liargareta 

viT ejus, Webtter . . . vj.d. 

Anna seruiens ejus . . . . iiiyd. 

Johanna de Sandall' . . . uij.d, 
Thomas seruus Roberti Whythe 

Alicia y^r ejus . . ,, inj.d. 

Alicia Smalhaghe . . . iiij.d 

Johanna de Karlawe . . iiij.cf. 
Willelmus de Acworth' k Johanna 

vx^ejus iiij.cf. 

Alicia seruiens ejus . . . iiij.<^. 
Johannes de Braynham Alicia viT 

ejus . . . . . . iiij.d. 

Johannes Queldryk', Pardoner, 

Johanna yx"" ejus . . . xij.(£. 

Agnes seruiens ejus . . iiij.d. 

Ricardus Hunter Agnes vx*^ ejus . iiij.ci. 
Johannes Esschewr, Sadder, Mer- 

gareta vx" ejus . . . . vj.d. 
Johannes de SkyptoA Alicia r^ 

ejus iiij.tf. 

WiUelmuB de Lancastr' Agnes yiC 

ejus mj.a. 

Thomas Loremar Custancia riT 

ejus uij.d. 

Johannes de Rackelay Alicia yiC 

ejus mj.a. 

Johannes de Queldryk' Matilda 

viC ejuB iiij.d. 

Emma filia ejus . . • . iiij.d 

Agnes de Ristofl .... iiij.d 

Idonea filia ejus . . . . iiij.d 
Johannes de Thomtofi, Spyecr, 

Custancia yx" ejus . . vj.d 

Johannes filius ejus . . . iiij.d 

Robertus Arkedofi Alicia y^ ejus iiij.d 

Johannes Hode Johanna ytT ejus iiij.d 

Elyas Tewar, Souier . . yj.d 

Jsabell& seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d 

Ricardus seruiens ejus . . iiij.d 

Robertus ffermyn, Skynnar . . xij.d. 

Elianora seruiens ejus. . . iiij.d 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d 



Agnes seruiens ejus 

Willelmus de Kelynglay Emma 

yx^ejus 

Johannes Bonergay 

Willelmus Webester Margareta yif 

ejus, WebBier . . . . 
Petronilla filia ejus . 
Michaelus de Rypofi Isabella yiT 

ejus 

Robertus de Altoftee Johanna yjf 

ejus 

Emmot' seruiens ejus . . . 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Johannes de ffentoli Emma Yf 



ejus 



Willelmus Barkar^ Agnes yif ejus 

Johannes de Saxtoft, Barbour, Isa- 
bella yx~ ejus .... 

Thomas 6enet» WaXkar, Matilda 
Yx^'ejus 

Hugo Sksherwynd Elena yiT ejus . 

Cecilia seruiens ejus . 

Johannes Lyster Alicia y^ ejus . 

Johannes ChaJonar Elena yx*^ ejus 

Symon TaUlour Sibota ysT ejus . 

Willelmus Chaloner h Johanna 
YiT ejus 

Agnes de Morlay . . . . 

Isabella seruiens ejus . 

Johannes Mustardman Emma yx** 

OJUo • • • • 

Thomas Whytbolt 
Adam Porter . . ... 
Johannes filius ejus . 
Johannes Homer Johanna Y3f ejus 

(Membrane 195, column 3.) 

Johannes de Wodhous Matilda 

Yx^ejus 

Eua seruiens ejus . 
Rogerus de Silkeetofi . 
Johannes Baxster k Johanna viT 

ejus 

Agnes de ffentoli. 

Aliscia Forster . . . . 

Johannes Smyth' k Alicia ysT 

ejus 

Willelmus Fraunses, Smytk\ k 

Alicia y^ ejus . . . . 
Johannes de Whetlay Elena yx** 

ejus 

Willelmus Sohepsohank* Alicia yx" 

ejus 

Johannes de ffery, Tatf/our, Alicia 

Yx* ejus . . . ' . 
Robertus Lyster, Litter, Emmot* 

Yx"" ejus 

Willelmus Horbere k Margareta 

YX*'ejU8 

Robertus Home k Alicia yx"" ejus 
Ricardus Spyoer, Spicer, Alicia vx*^ 

ejus 

Willelmus de Eyrke, Souier, Mar- 
gareta Yx"* ejus. 



luj.a. 

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WAPPKNTAGIUM DE OSGODCBOSSE. 



OljvmjxB Shemum ft Johansft tC 

•jua 

ThoiDM Pert Flyiot tiT ejoa 
B«U>ft de Wath' .... 
Willclmos Lajtthorp Ibota yf 

«jas 

JohatmeB de Mordaj k Alicia t^ 

cgcM. • . . . . 
Tboou* de Maltofl Alicia vx" 

•jos 

Waieloiae GamU' Kabilla nC 

ejoa 

WiUeliBtia Chauwod Johanna yx** 



luj.o. 

• • • • « 

iiij.a. 
uij.a. 

iiij.<i. 



ejua, 



Kieardoa Loppeshed tfargarata 

▼x^ejua 

WiOelmua de Credljng' Nabilla 

▼X* ejua ..... 
Oilbertoa Man Hai^gartta TiTejua 
H^ illelmoa BolaMe Margareta yiT 

ejoa 

Valyn de Went .... 

Kabulla de Burlaj . 

JoliaaiMB de Koehe, Barbui*, Cua* 

tanda irx'^ejttB. 
RioMdiia de Barlay IbboU nT 

cjm • 
Willelmaa Daltofi Alicia riT ejoa. 
Xicbolaos Wanrjk', ZVntcmcr, 

Emma w^ ejua 
Thomaa de Haidealay, WaUar, 

Alicia inT ejaa ... 

nKNDaa de Grene 
Jokanna de Kewer . 
CyMotTreeeh' . . . . 
Johaniw Tramper k Alicia nT 

ejua ...... 

JolianDea de Aatoft, Oordewamtr, 

AgQfiB TiTejua. 
Rlgina]diiBBrandoll,<£ytf«r, Agnea 

Tx'ejua 

TbomaM Tayllotir, OtMour . 

Beatrix ftlia ejua 

JUbertua llarchair Emma tiT 

CJTUI 

WUlelmoa Cok* k iMbella rjT 

V)iia 
WUlelmoa de Carlow Emma txT 



]iij.d. 

Ulj.ll. 

iiij.et. 

.a.. m 

uij.a. 



iiij.d. 
ii)j.c{. 

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UIJ.0. 

• • • • • 

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• • • • » 

iiij.a. 

▼j.rf. 

iiij.a. 
uij.a. 

v).d, 

ryd, 

Ulj.II. 

uij.c£. 

• • • • ■ 

UlJ.rf. 

iiij.<<. 

TJ.(i 



ejoa 

Johaanca de Selby Petronilla v^ 

tyam 
Di<^ de Boogate. 
WUIelmoi Vikarman MaUlda rr 

ejiia 
M aUkIa de TdeU*. 
JohMiDca Plaafeerer*, BaletUr, 

Agnci Tx* ejua 
Kicardoa Aatooman 
Eobertoa de BUworth* Alicia tT 



▼j.rt. 

rj.tL 

• • • • • 

iuj.a. 
iiij.<f. 

Ulj.(I. 

iixj.(/. 



ejua 



WiUelmua Wrote k Emma nT 

ejoa 

Hagt» le Hyoe ft Sara ti" ejua 
ftianlua MartyU* k Elona tx* 

♦Jm 



iiij.rf. 
iiij.ri. 

iiij.<£. 
uij.d. 

rj.d. 
iiij.cf. 

iiij.<<. 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 

iuj.(2. 



Petrua BayUe, Tattemeff Johanna 

v^ejua k . . . . 
Johannea Pexysman ft Johanna 

vx"'ejua . . . . . 
Kobertus Peryaman. . . 

Willelmus Perysman . 
Alicia eeruiena dicti Petri . . 
RogeruB Camport Johanna tx*" 

ejua 

Alexander Matraa ft Agnea tiT 

ejua 

Willehnua Roger, Walkar . 
Ricardua Rogerman Magota nC 

ejua 

Johanna aeruiena Johannia Tnim- 



vj.rf. 
Uij.a. 

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11 ij a. 

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uij.a. 

• • • • m 

iuj.a. 



per 



• • • • « 

luj.a. 
yj.rf. 

uij.«{. 

uij.a. 



Pmlippua Donbar ft Alicia nC 

. .... • 

ejua uij.a. 

Johannea de Hole ft Elena tx" 

ejua uij.a. 

Willelmus de Bythre ft Juliana 

Tx" ejus iiij.d. 

Benricua Wryght' ft Alicia vx"' 

ejua • iiij.ri. 

Rioutiua de Kyrke Alicia vx*^ ejua iiij.^. 

Clemenaia BardfvBche • . . iiiyd. 

Agnes aeruiena ejus . i\i}.d. 

Johannea Bex k Alicia t^" ejua . iiij.of. 
Johannea de Bryaby ft Elena tx" 

ejua iiij.<l. 

Johannea de Bollyng^ ft llagota 

Tx^ejua iiij.rf. 

Johannea Spynk' ft Agnea nT ejua i i i j .d. 

Imbella de Akinne . iiij.d, 

WiUelmua I>rigliti ft Alicia y:C 

ejua iWj.d. 

WiUelmua Blome ft Maigareta ▼iT' 

ejua iuj.cf. 

Hugo de Frystoii, Smjftk\ ft Anna 

vi'ejua Tj.rf. 

Ricardua Semar ft Johanna tx" 

ejua iuj.cf. 

WiUelmua de Aetofi ft Amyaiavx* 

ejua • iiij.€^. 

Johannea Sagher, TayUow, Hawy- 

aiaTx'eiua .... yyd. 
Johannea de Straford ft Eleua vx"" 

ejua iiij.r/. 

Matilda Emya . . ' . . iiij.rf. 
Robertua Hougdofi Emmot' tx"^ 

ejua uij.r/. 

Johannea de Wbytlay, TaiUour, 

Emma nT ejua • . , v'yd, 

Johannea de Keeawyk' . . . myd, 
Thomaa Balneman Annot' yiT 

ejua iiij.fi. 

Annot* de Kyvby .... iiij.rfL 

Johannea aenuena ejua • . iiVyd. 

Annot* de Lewya . . iiij.u. 
Johannea Spyoer, Drapour, Alicia 

▼x"'ejua ij.f. 

Johannea de Suttofl Margareta v^ i i xj.d, 

Johannea de Hall* leruieua ejua . iiij.«/. 

Alicia Mruiena ejua. . . iiij.</. 

SiaiKit* Seymater .... iii'yd. 



8 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB OSGODCROSSE. 



Matilda Bain mj.d. 

Johanna seruieiiB ejus . . . uiyd. 

Robertus Pener Margareta vz". • iiij.d 

Thomas Kyng' Margareta vx" . iiij.e^. 

Willelmus Kirkman Auysia v^" , m}.d. 

Kobertus Busby, Smyth\ Eden tsT vj.c/. 

Willelmus Pekeryng Annot' yiT . iiiyd, 
Andreas de Bentlay & Isabella vx" 

ejus. ..... luj.a. 

Johannes de Daltoft k Eaterina 

vx*' ejus nij.d, 

Nicholaus seruus ejus . . . iiij.d. 

Thomas Milner Beatrix yjC . . iiiyd. 
Rogerus Taillour & Filisia yx'*' 

ejus uij.a. 

Willelmus de Notyngbam Alicia 

yjC ejus iiij.cl. 

Johannes de Mydsak', Smyth*, k 

Isabella viT ejus • • . ji.d, 

Emmot' filia ejus . • . . iiij.c2. 

Walterus Bacun Annot' yiT ejus. iiij.c2. 
Philippus Fleocher' & Elisot' vsT 

ejus mj.a. 

Johannes Smyth' k Johanna vxT 

ejus iiij.e2. 

Johannes 5"°^ .... iiiyd. 

Johannes iiliua ejus . . . iUj.(2. 
Willelmus Strynger k Alicia vx"* 

ejus iiij.d. 

Thomas Toumour, Couper . . iiij.(£. 
Thomas seruus Koberti, k Alicia 

vx'^ejus myd, 

Hugo Berker Johanna vi" ejus . yyd, 

Kicardus seruiens ejus . . iiij.(2. 
Willelmus Fi^nt, Walker, k 

Annot' vx*" ejus . . . . vj.rf. 
Johannes Wryght and Betrix v^ 

ejus n\}.d, 

Thomas Taillour, Webster, k 

Alicia yif ejus . . . . y},d, 
Johannes de Natofl, Smyth\ k 

Magota vx** ejus . . . vyd. 

Johannes seruus ejus • . . iiiyd, 

Summa Totalis Pontiffimct. — ^xiiij.Zt. 
viij.«. ^.d. 

TKit Total U VfriUen ai the bottom of the 
first column on mtmhrant 196. 



(Membrane 20, column 1 .) 
Till ATA db Camps alb. 

Johannes de Slepill' k Agnes v^ 

ejus, Chapman . . . xij.<£. 

Edmundus de Drouneefeld* k 

Johanna vx" ejus, ffrnnkeleyn . xl.e^. 
Johannes de Braytofl, Armiger Tl.d, 

Johannes de Irland' k Dionisia 

vx"'ejus iiij.d. 

Johannes Shephird* & Alicia y-C 

ejus m}.d. 

Willelmus Bandolf * k Johanna vx** 

ejus, Smyth' .... vj.rf. 



Willelmus de Badclif & EliEabetha 

vx''ejus 

Henricus de Birkyn k Mai^gareta 

Tx~ ejus, Taylour . . . 
Johannes Taylour . 
Thomas Norays k Agnes vx^ejus, 

Webester 

Johannes Noras k Dionisia y:C 

ejus 

Johannes Petipas k Alicia yx~ 

ejus . * • • • • 
Willelmus Carter k Alicia vx" 

ejus 

Johannes de Arundell* k Alicia 

y^Tejus, Souter . . . . 
Robertus Barbour k Agnes yx*" 

ejus • . • • • • 
Mei^reta de Spaldyng* 
Riouxlus Cenyer . . . . 
Henricus Tirbeiy k Agnes Yif 

ejus, Jfy^Aer . . . . 
Philippus de Crayk' k Alicia yjC 

m 

6jU8 • » • • a « 

Johannes Hodelegh* k Cecilia y^ 

ejus, Smyth* .... 
Robertus Bird' k Alicia yx" ejus . 
Rogerus Chuffer k Magota yx*' 

ejus 

Johannes de Burgh' k Johanna 

Yi^ejus 

Johannes Qibsoft ft Mergareta 

YjTejus 

Cecilia Barbour .... 
Johanna Barbour . . . . 
Johannes de Bentelay k Leticia 

Y^^ejuB 

Thomas Webester k Johanna 

Yx^ejus*, Webetter , . . 
Johannes Noras ft Agnes y:^ 

ejus .•*... 
Johannes del Pitte ft Johanna vx** 



• •• • « 

iuj.a. 
Yj.d. 

• • • • « 

iuj.a. 



▼3 



4. 



ejus 



Johannes Whittobull* ft Johanna 

Yx^ejus, Spicer 
Johannes Clerk' ft Cecilia vf ejus 
Thomas Barker ft Johanna Yif 

OjllB • • • • • • 

Adam Lauerok' ft Johanna yiT 

ejus ....»• 

Ricardus Noras ft Cecilia viT ejus 

Willelmus Watty ng* ft Alicia yx~ 

CJuo • • • • • • 

Rogerus Gard' ft Cecilia YiTejus. 

Thomas Mody ft Agnes yx*^ ejus . 

Johannes de Edlyngtofi ft Jo- 
hanna Yx" ejus . 

Adam del Hirst' ft Magota yjC 
ejus . . . . • • 

Kicholaus del Dyk* ft Agnes yx"" 
ejus, Souter .... 

Thomas de Tumbholm' ft Emma 
Y±"ejus 

Willelmus de Qwytlay ft Alicia 
Yx^ejus, Taylour 

Thomas atte Lanehend' . . . 



luj.a. 
luj.a. 
uij.a. 
vj.rf. 
uij.a. 

• • • • ■ 

layd, 
mj.et. 

YJ.rf. 

... • « 
luj.a. 

vj.rf. 

• • • • • 

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nij.a. 

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uij.a. 

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• •• • m 

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uij.a. 
uij.<i. 

• • • • ■ 

U1J.(/. 

uij.a. 

• * • • • 

uij.a. 

Yj.rf. 

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• • • • 9 

uij.a. 



WAPPBMTAGIUM DB OSQODCROSSB. 



9 



WdleliDQt de Mem k Matilda 

tC ejtiA, Tajfl&ur . TJ.d. 

Tkomu Qudybour. . . iiij.d, 
Bkardns atte Laneheod* & Agnai 

T^ejns iiij.d. 

Willelmoa Vikerman k Johanna 

T^Tejua iiij.<l. 

Thomaa de Birkee ft Emma tjT 

ejaa inyd. 

Johaonae Lyvter A Alicia vx ejus iiij.d. 
Bobertna da SUkebtofl Sl Agnea 

Tx'eJDa iiij.d. 

WiUdmua de WhittUT & IiabeUa 

Tirejua» fFc6€ii(«r « yj.d. 

Eliaa Ode iiij.d. 

AiidaOde iiij.d. 

Bobertna NobiU* k Alicia tC 

ejtia iiij.d. 

Adam Orayne k Matilda t^" ejua iiij.d. 
WiUelmna de Hagh' k IiabeUa 

viTejna iiij.d. 

Willelmaa filius Robert! . . . iiij.d. 

laabeUa Cordewan . iiij.d. 
Bogema de CaateUy k Magota 

Tx^ejna ..... iiij.d. 

Johanoea del Hint' iiij.d. 
Johannee Chadeaaj k Cecilia t^ 

ejiia iiij.d. 

Jokaana del Hint' iiij.d. 

Robortiia de Croft' . . . • iiij.d. 

JokaDDea de Egebuigk' iiij.d. 
Adam de More k Beatrix vz" 

ejoa iiij.d. 

Jokanfiea Vynaand' k Isabella tx" 

ejoa iiij.d. 

Bobotoa Oodbarft iiij.d. 
Wil^lmoa Godbarfl k Emma vxT 

ejoa iiij.d. 

Jokannea Sootcrilc Alicia tx" ejoa iiij.d. 

Jukaaoea WilUaraaoii . iiij.d. 



<Membmie 20, eoloma 2.) 

Hu^ KyngaoS k Johanna rx" 
tfjua iiij.d. 

IiebcUa de Wombewell* . iiij.d. 

Agoea da Marre iiij.d. 

WUIelmua de Borlay k Agnet 

T^ ejoa iiij.d. 

Jokannea Adamaoh k Agnea nC 
ejua iiij.d. 

WiUelmna Oerk' k Cecilia t^ 

» »•• • • 

ejiia mj.a. 

Bjcardna de HotoS k Johanna tx"* 

ejns . . . . . . iujjf. 

▼j.d. 

iuj.d. 

luj.d. 
uij.d. 

▼j.d. 



de Haytefeld*. WfUsta- 
k<4jvrtua de ( 'nutkorp' k Matilda 

▼x" ejua 

BobrftuB del Aack* k Alicia rC 

•jna 

Bni^vnifl de Sutton k Alicia riT tj ua 
Aliau* Ha^le k Agnei tx** ejus, 



Johanna de Athewyk' . • . iiij.d. 

Matilda Thomlynwyf . . . iiij.d. 
Willelmus Pocok' k Johanna vjf 

ejus iiij.d. 

BogeruB de PlesyngtoH k Johanna 

vjfejus iiij.d. 

Johanna de Tkomehirst* . . . iiij.d. 

Robertus fiUus WiUelmi . . iiij.d. 

Willelmus Node . . . . iiij.d. 

Agnes Node . . . • iiij.d. 
Johannea Sotill' k Johanna yiT 

ejua iuj.d. 

Summa — ^xxxix.«. yiij.d. 



ViLLATA Dl BbaXWTTB'. 

Johannes de Schaghthorp' k Jo- 
hanna tjT ejus . . iiij.d. 
Willelmus Wayte k Agnes vr 

ejus iiij.d. 

Johannea Clerk' k Jokanna tx" 

ejus. . . . • . iiij.d. 
Jokannes Waiyn . . . . iiij.d. 
Alicia Robynwyf . • . iiij.d. 
Johanna filia ejus . . . . iiij.d. 
Matilda de Buryngham iiij.d. 

WUlelmua Jakaoii k MatUda tx" 

ejua iiij.d. 

Matilda Custedogkter . . . iiij.d. 
Tkomas Smyth' k Johanna nT 

ejus, Smyth* .... ▼j.d. 
Johannes filius ejua . . . iiij.d. 
Hugo Megoteoft .... iiij.d. 
Mergareta Leneook' . . . iiij.d. 
Simun Waryn .... iiij.d. 
Willelmua Dowenying* k Cecilia 

▼x~ejua iiij.d. 

Henricus BettewodsoA k Matilda 

▼x*ejua iiij.d. 

Bobertus Lenecok' . iiij.d. 

Robertus de BirtoiS k Alicia r^ 

ejus iiij.d. 

Diouinia de Berwyk' . . iiij.d. 

Waltenis Cok' k Dionisia tsT 

ejus iiij.d. 

Johannea Milner k Agnea tx*^ ejus iiij.d. 
Johanna Lenecok' . . . . iiij.d. 
Hugo Robynsoft k Johanna nC 

ejua iiij.d. 

Hugo Jakeon k Agnea rx* ejus . iiij.d. 
Jokannea de Wodhous' k Maiga- 

ntaTjTejua, Tayfour vj.d. 

Robertua JaksoA k Isabella tC 

ejus iiij.d. 

Willelmus I^Amberd' . . . iiij.r/. 
Willelmus del Hint' k Dionisia 

y^ejua iiij.d. 

Bicardua Lcneook' k Margareta 

TiTejus iiij.d. 

Ricardus WilkynsoA k Alicia tjT 

ejus, WtUMfT . . Tj.d. 

Tkomaa HauiOiint' k Alicia yf 

ejua uij.d. 



10 



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Johannes de Belton k Matilda vi" 

01 US « ' « • • • • 

RobertuB Wilkynson & Magota 
vx"* ejuA ..... 

WiUelmus de Belwod* & Agnes vi* 
ejivB • . • • . « 

Johanna del Wod' 

KobertuB Taylour & Johanna vx" 
ejuB ...... 

Thomas Henrysofi & Cecilia yx*" 

61 uB . . . . . . 

Adam de Bladeworth' & Alicia yjC 

61 U8 •••••• 

RicarduB Robynsoii & Agnes tx* 

ejus, Taylour . . . . 

Alicia filia ejus .... 

Johannes Dyconsofi k Emma tiT 

61 118 * • • • • • 

Johannes Dyconsoil janior . 
Rogerus fforester . . • . 
Alicia Henrywyf* 
Rogerns CiBsofi k Alicia vx 

ejus 

Ricardus Waryn k Johanna yiT 

6JUB •••*•• 

Robertus Joneeob k Matilda yjT 

61 UB • • • • • • 

RobertuB de Hallom . 

PetruB Adamsoh k Agnes txT* 

ejus 

Ricardus de Bladeworth* & Cecilia 

v±" ejus, Taylour. . . . 
Summa — xvij.f. Tj.d. 



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• •• • _f 

111 J .a. 

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jiij.a. 

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mj.a. 

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mj.a. 
▼j.rf. 

• • • • V 

mj.a. 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • » « 

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mj.a. 

mj.a. 

mj.a. 

mj.a. 

• • ■ ■ « 

mj.a. 

mj.a. 

vj.rf. 



(Membrane 20, column 8.) 
Yjllata ds South kirkebt. 

Adam Edward' k Johanna yjT 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Robertus Howet* k Agnes vx^ejus iiij.rf. 

Mei^reta filia ejus . . . * mj.d. 

RictfduB Payn .... iiij.6^. 

Beatrix de Uoglay • . . . iiij.cf. 

Johannes Perot' . . . . iiij.d. 
Johannes Doughty k Alicia vx*^ 

ejus, Tatflour . . . . TJ-rf. 

Juliana del Wode . . . iiiyd. 

WillelmuB filius Ricardi . . . inj.d. 

PetroniUa Custaunce . . . iii^.d. 
Johannes del Wode k Alicia vx*^ 

ejus ..... iiij.(f. 
Willelmufl Tuket' & Johanna yiT 

ejus . . • • • • iWyd. 

Ricardus Howet' k Elena vx*^ ejuB iiij.t^. 

Thomas Clerk' k Elena vx" ejus . iiij.d 
Johannes de Bynglay k Johanna 

vx^ejufl iiij.d. 

Johanna de Rothewell' . . . iiij.(f. 
Adam Smyth* & J ohannayx*^ ejus, 

Smyth* ..... vj.rf. 
Johannes Wrygh' k Alicia vx" 

ejus, CarpcHUr . . . . vj.rf. 



Johannes Quererom & Elena ti^ 

ejuB 

Johannes del Wroo . . . 

Johanna Skynner • 
Petrus Hobbesofi . . . . 
Johannes de Vpton k Agnes vx" 

ejuB 

Ricardus de Scolay k Agnes tx^ 

ejus • . • ■ • • 
RicarduB Hyne k Matilda ▼f'ejxiB. 
Johannes de More . • • 
Sibilla Trigof . . . . 

EdwarduB Baae .... 
Johannes de Baddeswotth* k Sara 

vtC ejus, Taylour . . . 
DioniBtM de Brimschagh' . 
Johannes fflyntilman k Matilda 

vif ejus 

Ricardus Robert k Matilda tiT 

ejus, Webetier .... 
WiUelmus Lamberd' k Anabilla 

ejus, Sclasttr . . . . 
Alicia Hyne .... 
WiUelmus Base k Cecilia yiT ejus, 

Chapman . . . • . 
Johannes de Homeby & Matilda 

vx"" ejuB ..... 
Agnes de Homeby . . . . 
Johannes W^ard' .... 

Alicia Dauy 

RicarduB Dobman & Emma t^ 

ejus 

Johanna seruiens ejus . . . 
Ricardus filiuB Stephani k Agnes 

Tx'ejuB 

Johannes de fflynthill' k Johanna 

vif ejus, Webesttr . . . 
Johannes de Wetherby k IsabeUa 

vx""eju8 

EgidiuB de Hoggelay k PetroniUa 

yx~ ejus 

Alexander del Wroo • 

Adam W^rygh' k Margareta yx~ 

ejus, WryglU . . . . 
Johanna Saunder 
Johanna Jackewyf* . . . 

Mergareta filia ejus 
Thomas de Holwell' k Dionisia 

yx" ejus 

Adam Henrisofi k MatUda yx" 

ejus, SniyUC .... 
Johannes Stokyng* k Johanna yx" 

ejus . . . • . . 
Mei^gareta filia ejus 
Johannes filius Juhannis . . 
KicarduB Blome .... 
Johanna del Kechyn ', . . 
Isabella de Scolay 
W^iUelmus Holbesoil ft Johanna 

yx'*ejuB 

WiUelmus de Skelbrok' & Matilda 

vx"" ejus 

Elena seruiens ejus . . . 

Johannes de Soham 

WiUelmus de Halghtofi . . . 



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mj.a. 

yj.<i. 
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mj.o. 

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mj.a. 

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mj.a. 

yj.ei. 

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yj.d 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

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mj.a. 

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mj.rt. 
iiij.e^. 



WAPPEKTAOTUII DB 08QODCR08SB. 



11 



AduD WUkyiuoll . iiij.ii. 
JolunDM Webwtar ft Anoi* Yf 

•joa luj.o. 

EuA ikftbttyn, WebaUr, Tj.<i. 



YnxATA DB Wbatkxbbok'. 

JohanDM Pobyne k liaUldaTx" 

• •••• » 

B}QM uij.a. 

Kkardns Jonetofi k Emma tx" 

ejus inyd. 

JobanuM JoDflaoll . . . iiij.d 

AUeta Joatdo^ler iiiyd. 

Jnhano— dal Schagh' . . iiij.4. 

Hugo Polayn • • . . iiij.<f. 

Kagioaldoa Polajno . . iiij^ 
Johaonea del Grsiie k Ceeilia nC 

•joa uij.a. 



(MembniM 20d, eoluma 1.) 

Tbooaa Bargan k Costaoda t^ 

•jiia, Wrfjfki ... Tyd, 

B«b«rtiu Scutt* .... iiij.<f. 

Johaima Bakeater • iiiyd. 

JvliaiiA filia ejoa .... iiij.d. 

Elma ftlia Lodaae • . • iuj.</. 

Alicia Lord* .... luj.eL 

Abcia aaniiana ajus . . uij.a. 

JohuuMt Adamaoft . iiij.d. 

MatikUWrld' .... iiij.<f. 

Johuuia Uuniecaatiir . . biyd. 
WiUelmoa Beigan k ICaigarota 

▼I* •joa, Ckapmtmm • . rj.d, 
Johanoaa Jabbo k Johanna nC 

«j(ia inyd, 

AgDca filia ajoa . . ilij.d. 
Kvbenua de CariatoB k Elena nC 

•jua iiiyd. 

Caalia del Orane . . • iiij.d. 
Summa — Tiij^. 



ViLLATA DB HaLDAKBT. 

Eofenia Margeryioft k Johanna 

viTvjaa iiij.d. 

Ronpenia lU/e k Maigareta tiT 

•Jos iiij.dL 

Jobannea Theker k Alieia tjT 

•joa iiij.4. 

Abcia Jookyn . . . iiij.t^. 
HoUrtna Jak' k Johanna t^ 

•joa iilj.fi 

BobertiM de Haldaabj k Mar- { dimid. 

yHa TK* eju% Attoiinie { maro. 

wvtoa film* ejoa . . iiij.fi. 

lynBaa aemieoa ejua • iiij.rt 

Kimdaa acnuene «jtia . . • myd. 



ejua 



Johannea ■eniiena ejua 

Alicia seruiena ejus • • 

Jobannes Rede 

Robertus JuUy k Alicia wiT ejua 

Thomas Uar|iour k Agnea vif 

ejua .... 
Johannes Philipeehank* 
Johanna Skynner . • 
Emma ffelia' 
Johannea LudyngtoS k Agnes viT 

ejus, £frayukeleyn 
Johannea &aunoeya k Maigareta 

TiC ejua . 
Alicia filia ejua 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Johannea de Egmantoft k llar< 

gareta tx" ejua 
Thomaa Wy !s k Alicia t^ ejua 
Kmma de Kilburft 
CedliaJullT .... 
Hicardua Vi ykys k Alicia ^ 
Alicia filia ejua . 
Willelmua Piper & Agnea tiT ejus, 

Taylowr 

Willelmus Alezaaunder, Wdntier 
Johanna filia ejua 
Johanna ffloure 
Johannes Netehird* k Elicabetba 

TjTejua 
Alicia Page . 
Mergareta Kemp' 
Agnee de Oldom . • 
Robertua de Oldom k Agnea viC 

ejua .... 
Matilda Garter . 
Rogerua Pirre • 

Johannea Knyght* k Agnea t^ 

ejua 
Johannes filius ejus 
Johannea Qrom k Agnea tiT ejus, 

Wthttitr , 
Johannes filius ejus 
Johannes de Dentofi k Johanna 

Tl^eius . . . . , 
Radulphua Burre k Maigareta tx' 

ejua .... 
Mergareta Layne 
Willelmua Straunge k Alieia Yf 

ejua .... 
Beatrix Pyof 
Johannea Marionaoft k Alicia tx^ 

ejua .... 
Johannea seruiena ejua 
Agnes filia dicti Johannia 
Waltema Seaphoua' k Alicia tx' 

ejua 
Johannea Seaphoua* 
Ricardua Tumay k Qisabetha 

T^ejua . 
Johanna filia ejua 
Willelmua de Kfletoft* ' k Agnea 

Tx" ejua, fformoar de Manere . 



• • • • • 

nij.o. 

• • • • • 

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■ • • • • 

iuj.a. 

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■ # • • • 

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« • • • • 

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iuj.<i. 

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mj.a. 

• • • • • 

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• • • • • 

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12 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DE OSQODCROSSR. 



(Membrane 206, column 2.) 

Elizabetha de Kftoft'* . . . 

Thomaa aeruiens ejus . 

Adam de Blaketoft* & Edonia yiT 

m 

CjU8 « • • • 

Ricarclus Broil' k Cecilia viT ejus 
Willelmus Taylour and Cecilia 

▼if ejus, Taylour 
Robertas Hunter ft Alicia y^" 

ejus 

Robertus ffrayn & Isabella viT 

ejus. 

Kicholaus Jackesoii & CrisUana 

y:C ejuB^Webetter . . . . 
Matilda filia ejus .... 
Nicholaus seruiens ejus . . . 
Henricus Walsche & Idonia yiC 

Mergeria Modir . . . 

Ricfutlus Tbeker .... 
Matilda Theker . . . . 
Isabella Tbeker .... 
Robertus Tbeker & Isabella tsT 

01U8 » • • • • • 

Johannes Hudom 
Agnes ffrancke ... 

Ricardus Pocok' .... 
Alicia seruiens ejus. . . . 
Rogerus Tbeker & Alicia v^ ejus, 
SmyuC . . • • • 
Jobaniies filius ejus. . . . 
Isabella filia ejus .... 
Alicia filia ejus . . . . 
Robertus Kaye .... 
Margareta Constabille . . . 
Hugo Parcare .... 

Thomas Dey 

Johanna de Blaketof t' . 

Summa— xxxix.«. 



ViLLATA DB WhITOTFT'. 

Johannes de Walcote k, Johanna 
vx" ejus, fferyman . . . 

Robertus Toure ft Alicia Ti* ejus, 
ffeTymcin ..... 

Ricardus Milner ft Alicia t^" ejus, 
Wryght* 

Johannes filius ejus . 

Stephanus Raye ft Margareta yiC 

01 US • • • • • 

Agnes Kemme .... 
Willelmus Partryk' ft Margareta 

vx*" ejus 

Johannes Talpe ft Margareta yiT 

Petnis Milner ft Alicia y^ ejus, 

Wryght' 

Mergareta filia ejus • 



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uij.a. 



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■ • • • « 

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inj.a. 

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Tj.d. 

■ • • ■ « 

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Agnes filia ejus 

Robertus Jowet' ft Beatrix ▼x'" 



ejus, 



Johannes Peocke ft Elizabetha 

vjfejus .... 
Johannes Serigant' 
Robertus Clerk* . 
Willelmus Clerk*. 
Thomas Farsonsoii . 
Johannes seruiens diet! Roberti 
Edmundus Sogker 
Isabella de Ellay . 
Robertus Couper ft Agnes tx"^ 

ejus 

Thomas Toury 

Johannes Dauentry ft Johanna 

vx^'ejua .... 
Willelmus Rucke ft Isabella vx" 

ejus 

Johannes de Cou%ntre'. 
Johannes Theker ft Alicia y^C 

ejus 

Agnes Wasseoote. 
Agnes de Balne . . 

Margareta Hallewoman 
Johannes de Rypon ft Margareta 

vx^ejua .... 
Willelmus Hure . 
Johanna Prestewoman . 
Willelmus Souths ft Agnes Yi* 

ejus 

Johannes de Balby ft Johanna vx** 

ejus, Smyth* 
Willelmus Wymark' . 
Thomas Clerk' ... 
Johannes fib us ejus 
Willelmus de CayttoA ft Johanna 

vjf ejus 

Summa — xiij.«. Y}.d, 



(Membrane 20b, column 3.) 

YlLLATA Dl SkELLAWI. 

Johannes Taylour ft Cecilia Tx" 
ejus, Taylour .... 

Johannes filius ejus. . . . 

Johanna filia ejus 

Robertus seruantman . . . 

Willelmus seruantman 

Johanna Maydefi ... 

Willelmus filius Petri ft Cecilia 
YiC ejus, Smyth* 

Willelmus Hepet' ft Agnes y:C 

GjUo • • • • • ■ 

Johannes de Skellawe ft Criatiana 

▼x'"ejus, Taylour 
Johannes seruiens ejus . . . 
Hugo de Askame ft Johanna yaf 

ejus 



mj.a. 
mj.a. 



• • • • m 

mj.a. 

• • ■ • * 

mj.a. 

• • • • f 

mj.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.o. 

• • • • _ff 

Ulj.O. 

• * ■ > m 

mj.a. 

■ • • • <f 

uij.o. 



• ■ • • m 

mj.o. 
mj.o. 

mj.a. 

uij.a. 

• • • • m 

mj.a. 
mj.o. 

• • • • » 

uij.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.rt. 
mj.a. 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • •« 1 

mj.a. 



YJ.d, 

• • • • J 

mj.a. 
luj.a. 
mj.a. 

mj.d. 



YJ.d. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 

« • • • • 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 

■ • • • • 

uij.a. 

vj.d. 
uij.a. 

vj.rf. 

• • • • « 

mj.ei. 
iiij.d. 



' ? Should be Estoft*. 



WAPPKNTAOIUM DE OSOODCROSSK. 



13 



5UmoQ Coke 

JohJuuMB Hubtona 

Kobcrtus SkyniMr & Sibilk nT 

•jtifl, SlymMT 
Johannes ftUus cjot 
Kobertiu Schajle & Johanna rf 

•j*a 
Id«nia filia Simonit 
WiUelmoa de ffrikeUj k Johanna 

rx mitMB, ffeimoor del Qraunge^ 
AhtiM nlia ejus 
Johannes fiejne & Edonia nC 

ejus .... 
J«»hattnei AljMofi . 
Thomas Sutor ft Alicia y^ ejus 



MatikU Howei' 

J«>hanna Uowei' 

WiUelmoa Bole ft Johanna nT 

ejtts, Bower 
Johanna ftlia ejus . 
Agnes filia ejus . 
Adam Pofops ft Kagota rx" ejus 
Beatrix fiUa ejoa . 
Cecilia Marowe 
Thomas Taylourft Alicia TiTejus, 

Ttflomr 
Johannes 
AUeuTariand' . 
Johanna filia ejus 
Willslmas filius Hngonis ft Jo- 

hanna tjT eja% Drapowr . 
Bobertns ssniisns ejus • 
Johannes aeruiens ejos. 
Matilda semiens ejus 
Thomas BoUe ft Johanna nT ejus 
Johannes filius Michaelis ft Alicia 

Ti* ejoa, TayUmr 
Alicia Michel wyf < 
MagoCaMarode . 
Elena Marode. 
Idooia Talbot' . 
Agnss filia ejus 
Mkhaeias Walksr ft Agnes tx" 

ejusi WaXkcr 
Rinfdns filius ejus. 
Johannes filius eius 
Bobsrtus Smyths P^htr . 
Juhames filius ejus 
Matikia de Skelbroke 
Johannes Thnsher 
Rogarns Wsfd* ft AUcia tx" ejus 
Johsnnss de Hnsoroft* ft Dionisia 

▼:rejus 
Johannes filios ejns 
Johsonss Pynder ft Maigareia viT 

•jus 

Willclmos Walker 

Tboi^ Tytofi ft Idonia nC ejus 

Pstnia de WaHoU' ft AlieU tsT 

•i" 



uij.a. 

• • ' • e 

luj.a. 

Tj.rf. 

• • • • J 

iuj.a. 

luj.a. 
uij.a. 

xij.rf. 
iiij.(2. 

iiij.a. 

• • • • _fl 

uij.a. 
vj.rf. 

• • • • • 

xiij.a. 

• • • • w 

uij.a. 

TJ.<I. 

• « • • ■ 

• • • • • 

iuj.a. 

• • • • m 

iuj.a. 
uij.a. 
mj.(i. 

TJ.<I. 

iWyd, 

• •• • • 

uij.o. 

• • • • • 

myd, 

zij.d. 
Uij.a. 

• • • • • 

iuj.a. 

• • • • J 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 

▼j.<i, 
uij.a. 
iuj.a. 
iuj.a. 
iuj.a. 
iuj.a. 

▼j.rf. 

• « • * • 

ng.a. 

iiij.ri. 
▼j.rf. 

• • • ■ • 

mj.a. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 

• •• • e 

uij.a. 

• « • • « 

uij.a. 
iuj.a. 

.•• « • 
uij.a. 

Wxyd. 

uij.o. 

• • • • • 

uij.<i. 



Johannes de Kendale ft Alictavx" 

ejus iiij.fi. 

Johannes Robjnsone . . . iiiyd, 

Johannes filius ejus . . ux^.d. 

Sttmma~xxiij.«. viij.ci. 



(Membrane 21, column 1.) 

YlLLATA DB ThORNI.* 

Rogerus Sperke ft yiT ejus . . iiij.rf. 
Johannes Uerte ft Margareta ynC 

ejus m},d, 

Johannes de West ft Isselda t^ 

ejua iiij.(i. 

James de Ingelwode ft Alicia v^ 

ejus \i\},d. 

Ricardus Clerk' ft Aicnes viT ejus iiij.(2. 
Willelmos de ffysselak' k, Johanna 

T^Tejus iiij.<i. 

Willelmus Wjwoo ft Alicia t^ 

ejua •iiij.A 

Johannes filius Boberti ft Marga- 
reta tiT ejus .... iiij.rf. 
Johanoes de Popultofi ft Matilda 

vi^ejus iuj.rf. 

Johannes filius Matilde senior ft 

Agnes Yif ejus . . . iiij.rf. 

Ricardus Lene ft Agnes tx" ejus . liiyd. 
Henricus de Reuolif . . . iiij.c{. 
Johannea Malkynsoft junior ft 

Emma T^^ ejus • • . iiij.(i. 
Johannes Chulle ft Alicia yz' 

ejus myd. 

Rioudus de Bamebj ft Matild* 

▼xTejus Uij.rf. 

Willelmus Hsnselyn ft Matilda 

TxTejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus Stere ft Alicia viT ejua m},d. 
Johannes Star' senior ft Mai^gareta 

Tx-ejua iiij.<i. 

Johannea Stere junior ft Agnea 

Tx"ejus iiij.il 

Rogerus del Oest' ft Alicia vr 

ejus iiij.<f. 

Johannes del Crest* ft Matilda tiT 

ejus iiij.(f. 

Thomas de Were ft Matilda tC 

ejus mj.o. 

Willelmus Roka senior ft Alida 

Tx^ejus iiij.dL 

Robertus de Wilsewyke ft Agnes 

Tx^ejus iiij.dL 

Henricus Thoman ft Cecilia yiT 

ejus inyd, 

Robertus Qrubbe ft Johanna tx" 

ejus iiij.^. 

Ricardus Orubbe ft Alicia rx ejus iiij.r/. 
Ricardus Dewy ft Dioni«ia tx*" ejus iii j. ci. 



* Mow indoded in the Wapeutake of Strafforth and TicklulL 



14 



WAPPEKTAQIUM DE OSGODOROaSE. 



• • • • _V 

luj.a. 
mj.a. 



JohanneB Qrayne k Agnes yx~ 

ejus. ..... iiij.£^. 

Jordanos Ladde & Agnea vx" ejua uiyd. 
RobertuB Baker . . • iiij.d. 

KobertuB Herte k Alicia yx~ ejus. m^.d. 
Johannes Hanselyfi junior k. Ag- 
nes y:^ ejus . . . , m}.d. 
Thomas Wadde k Johanna vjT 

ejus, Taylowr . . . . v\,d. 
Johannes Borre k Matilda yx'*' 

ejus iiij.ff. 

Johannes de ffysselak' . . . iiij.e^. 
Robertus Belle k Alicia wiT ejus . m}.d, 
Robertus Smyth' k Margareta vif 

ejus iiij.£2. 

Johannes Belte k Alicia yiT ejus . m\,d. 
WiUehnus Algar k MatUda yxT 

ejus iuj.a. 

Johaones Haoun k Agnes yx" 

ejus iiij.<2. 

Johannes de Lathes. . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes Barun k Agnes yi^ ejus iiij.c2. 
Johannes Hunter k Ceoilia yjf 

ejus iiij.(2. 

Rogerus del More k Agnes yiT 

ejus . . . . . . mj.a. 

Robertim de Askeby k Alicia yxT 

ejus 

Thomas Garchener k Matilda yif 

ejus 

Thomas de Harpam k Alicia yx" 

ejus mj.a. 

Willelmus Reke junior & Alicia 

yif ejus, Chapman . . . xij.(2. 
Johannes de Sandal' k Johanna 

yf^ejus iiij.(2. 

Ricardus Paterik' k Isabella yx** 

ejus mj.a. 

Johannes Taylour k Annott' yx"^ 

ejus iiij.el. 

Johannes Hanselyn k Beatrix y^ 

ejus, Mercer , ... xij.rf. 
Ricardus de West . . . iiij.£{. 
Willelmus de Kanensar k MatQda 

yx^ejus iiij.(2. 

Willelmus Qrayne k Mariot* yx*" 

ejus iiij.d 

Henricus Hamor'son . . . iiij.(2. 
Thomas Ythim k Matilda yx~ 

ejus iiij.(£. 

Hugo Hamond^ & Emma viT ejus iiiyd, 
Thomas Reder k Emma vx" ejus . iiij.e{. 
Ricanlus de Houk' k Agnes yx" 

ejus luj.a. 

Johannes Westremman k Msgota 

yx^ejuB iiij.(2. 

Willelmus de Bemwyke k Agnes 

yx^ejuB iiij.rf. 

Johannes de Heldernes . . iuj-d, 
Johannes Leicester k Johanna 

yx^ejus iiij.d. 



Johannes Fslmer k Agnea yiT 

ejus *■**.. 
Johannes de Leggesby k Eliiabeiha 

▼x~ejus 

Johannes de Gayte k Agnes yx" 

ejus 

Johannes Roke &.Dionisia yx~ ejus 
Willelmus £fox k Johanna yx" 

ejus 

Thomas de Gayte k Cisoilia yx" 

ejus 

Johannes Grubb' k Beatrix yx" 



iuj.a. 
iiij.<2. 
liij.a. 

• • • • • 

iuj.a. 



mj.a. 
mj.a. 



ejus 



mj.a. 
mj.a. 



uij 



Willelmus Paterike k Matilda yx* 

OJUB • » • « • ■ 

Johannes Mergrame & Isabella yx" 

ejus 

Robertus filius Galfridi k Alicia 

yx'^ejus 

Nicbolaus de Holme k Juliana 

yx" ejus ..... 
Johannes filius Willelmi k Alicia 

yx'*ejus 

Johannes Dewy . . . . 
Johannes Coltehird* k Maigarata 

yi"eju8 

Johannes Bateman k Agnes yx" 

ejus. ..... 

Hugo ffox k Alicia yx** ejus . . 
Adam de Schples (ric) k Isabella 

yx" ejus ..... 
Robertus de Stayngat* k Matilda 

yx^ejus 

Stephanus del Bothe k Dionisia 

yx^ejus 



,d. 



uij.a. 

uij.a. 

iuj.a. 
uij.a. 

• • • • « 

iuj.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 

iiij.<2. 

• • • • « 

UIJ .a. 
iuj.aL 



(Membrane 21, column 2.) 

Rogerus Penne k Johanna yx*" 

. ..... 

ejus uij.li. 

Willelmus Thine k Agnes yx"" 

ejus iuj.a. 

Johannes fflyher k Dioniaia yx" 

ejus uij.a. 

Johannes Milner k Dionisia yx" 

ejus iiij.<2. 

Ricardus Hanselyn k Emma yx" 

ejus mj.a. 

W^illelmus de Ellers k BCatilda 

yx'ejus iiij.(2. 

Sumina — ^xxxj.i. yj.ci. 



VlLLATA SB FFT88HELALAKX {tic).* 

Johnnnis (n'c) filius Rogeri Alicia 
yx* ejus ui}.d. 

Ricardus Leuger* k Elisabetha yiT 
ejus iiij.cf. 



^ Je. Fifihlake ; and now included in the Wapentake of Strafibrtb and Tickhill. 



WAPPENTAOIUM DB 08Q0DCROSSE. 



15 



JohviiMi B«ehel<r* k Ii»be11a rx 

eju» uij.a. 

Jt^uBoet Roag»to k AUoia rx 

•JUS uij.a. 

TbomM Weberter fc Cteilia tx" 

•jo* m}.d, 

BoberiM ftTiua WOlelmi k Aliew 

▼x^ejiM iiij.^ 

AduD d« HiU* & A^oetr tT ejui 

JoliMiDai Pjnda' ft Johaxuui yx* 

cjas iiij^. 

WiUelmiia BoUat ft Alicia tx" 

qua m},d, 

Bobwtas BUkb^ ft iMbdU tT 

•JIM m}.d, 

JohauMi d0 C3i«ftoat6 ft AUcU 

▼x*«jafl iiij-d 

Bifludus Almw' ft JohMUA t^T 

•)« ui}.d. 

una Chapman . . . iiiyd. 

BobOTtoa I^debOT* ft Emma tx" 

•joa uij.<l. 

WiUnlmoa Dieooaoo ft Johaima 

▼X e|aa uij-o. 

JokaaiMi Scftjimai' ft AUeU TiT 

•J1W 1UJ.<I. 

WnWlmiM I^jofw" ft Alida y:C 

•joa uij.ei 

Hcnrietaa £lja ft Alicia TiTajua . ii^.(i. 
Jcftaaaai 4m PoamefrgyiaiJic)* ft 

Alida Tx" ajoa .... ii^.^ 
Robvtoa MaosUoda ft Alict* tx" 

•jut iui.d. 

WilMmna BftU ft Alida yT ejua, 

J ay 'T ..... Tj.if. 
WUlebmM da Bill' ft Alicia tx" 

a|aa . . iuj.a. 

Jakaonaa BrooDa. . iiij.dL 

Jahaaaaa da Lyfita ft Alida tT 

ajoa iiij.d:. 

JoLABsaa da Bdwoda ft Alicia t:^ 

9j9a mj.o. 

WiUelmiM Balgraaa ft Bniol* Yf 

ajoa, StpmUr rj^d, 

Bieaidua H oil' ft Emma t^ ejua • iiij.<f. 
Johaanaa Thoma ft Koima Tx'^aj ua iiij.(i. 
Wawdvia Halyfax ft Agnai' tiC 

ajoa lUJ.oL 

AduD ParfcynaoS ft Roaa wiT ajua uij.d, 
Adam Oamal ft Johaaiia tx" ajua. iiij.<i. 
Johannai Parkyn ft Johanna Tjf 

ajoa • iiij.a. 

Hanricoa RanCaerft Alicia ▼x'*' ej ua iii j .d. 
B fl fMu a Hoafaarna ft Alicia vjT 

ajoa liVyd. 

Hugo Parkyn ft Cioilia ri^ejua . iiij.r/. 
H«iincua Bania .... iiij.ti. 
JakaoBM filiua Petri ft Cidlia Tx" 

•jaa iiij.cf. 

Tkamia J udaauij ft Cioalta vx" aj ua iiij.d 



Johannea Ayloi ft Johanna vx" 

6JU8 « • • • • 

Ricardua Chapeman, Mercer, ft 

AJicta ▼X*' ejus .... 
Ricardua MundeaoA ft Angnet* vx" 

ajua • . • . . « 
Adam Berne ft Petronilla yx" ajua 
Willelmua Clarkaao& ft Agnes yiC 

ajua 

Thomaa Grayne ft MargBrata tC 

ejua 

Thomaa Boiheler ft Alicia nC 



• • • • « 

U1J.«. 

Tj.d, 

• •• • m 

• « « « • 

mj.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 



ejua 



Robertua Loooka ft Agnea v^ 

aju0y Mtrctr. 
Thomaa filioa Robarti ft Marga- 

rata vx*^ ejua .... 
CioeUa de Cathmota . . . 
Huffo fflemyge ft Alicia T±"ejua . 
Nicholaua da Wodeworth, Welh 

eUer 

Willelmua Knyghi* ft XatUda txT 

ejua 

Robertua HamaoA ft Uaiilda vf 

ejua 

Johannea Snell' Emota tx** ejua . 
Ricardua Webeatar ft Cicilia yiC 

ajua 

Adam Diconaofi ft Alicia t^ ejua. 
Thomaa Parky n ft Alicia t^ ajua, 

Souter 

Willelmus Perkyn ft Sibilla tT 

ejua 

Thomaa Roayngton ft Alicia yjT 

ejua 

WUlelmua Pacoka ft Cidlia yT 

ejua 

Willelmus Hudaaofi, Drapomr 
Johannea ffiliua ejua . • 

Willelmua ffratar ejua . . . 
Willelmus Hudesofi junior, Souter, 

ft Agnat' Tx" ejua . 
Johannea Chapeman ft Alicia tsT 

ejua 

Willelmus Salman ft Cioalia yjC 



uij.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 



••• • • 
mj.a. 

• • • • ■ 

iiij.a. 

t • • • J 

m}.d. 
vj.rf. 



mj.dL 
mj.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.o. 

ui^.d, 
mj.a. 



Tj.d. 
i^.d. 



ejus 



mjui. 

uij.a. 
xiyd. 

■ • • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

▼j.d. 

Uij.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 



Willelmua Draper ft UatUda tx" 
ejua iiij.^. 

Johannea Bonda ft Johanna vx* 
ajua iiij.<i. 

Robertua Prestecrofte ft Alicia vx" 
ejua, StmUr xxyl, 

Ricaniua Smyth ft Elena yx" ejus hxyL 

Johannea fielgreue ft Matilda vx" 

« ***** 

ejua mj.o. 

RobeHua Palmer' ft Matilda vx" 

ejua iiij.(j. 

WillelmuB HeasoR senior ft Ag- 

net* vx" ejtia. Spteer xlj.d. 

Willelmua UennoA junior ft Emiua 

t:^ ejus, TayUntr vj.dL 



* ? ihould be Poumefrayte. 



16 



WAPPENTAGIUM DE OSGODCROSSE. 



(Membrane 21, column 3.) 

Johannes Smyth k Cicelia vx** ej us iuj.d, 
WillelmuB Fyacher' &, Alicia vx"* 

ejus iiij.ef. 

Willelmus Emdyn k Agnes vx" 

ejus iiij.d. 

WiUelmuB de Syke & Johanna viT 

ejus, W<Uker .... y}.d. 
Johannes Turpyn & Cidlia v^" 

ejus iiij.^. 

Emmot* Palmer* . . . . iiij.d 
Thomas filiua ejus . . . iiij.£{. 
Willelmus Foxhold & Agnes vx*^ 

ejus iiij.(2. 

Johannes filius Ricardi & Diota 

yx''ejuB uij.d. 

Samma — zxx j ^. 



ViLLATA DB POLLTSQTON*. 

Hatkyn Benete, Constabularius 

juratuB nij.d. 

Sawnder Manggo, Juratus, & Bea- 
trix y:C ejus .... iiij.ei 
Johannes Saundirson, Juratus, k 

Cicilia yiT ejus, Taylour . . vj.rf. 
Johannes Pynder k Beatrix v^f 

ejus uij.d. 

Thomas seniiens ejus . . . iiij.(2. 
Johannes Benet k Beatrix tiT 

ejus iiij.d. 

Johannes Gemme (?) k Agnes v^ 

ejus . . . . . iiij.ci* 

Ag^es filia ejus . . . . iiij.d. 

Johannes Hek' Clisot' vjC ejus . iiij.d. 

Alicia Kybume .... iiij.e^. 

Adam Storure k Elissot' yx~ ejus uij.d. 

Cisaota filia ejus . . . . iiij.e^. 

Thomas Storre k Johanna yf" ejus iiij .d. 

Matilda filia ejus . . . iiij. (2. 

Uenricus Sterre k Amys vx" ejus iiij.rf. 

Johanna filia ejus . . . . iiij.ei. 

Isabella Broyne .... ui^.d. 
Johannes Schote k Matilda tx" 

ejus iiij.a. 

Siasot' Scote .... iiij.e^. 

Thomas filius ejus . . . . iiiyd. 

ElisBota filia ejus . . . mj.d, 
Johannes Knyghte (t) k Alicia yx** 

ejus . . .... iuj.d, 

Alicia mater ejus . . . iiij.d 
Willelmus Webester k Matilda 

▼x"'ejus ..... iiij.<2. 

Alicia Kay m^.d. 

Johannes Chylde k Alicia vx" ejus mj^d. 
RobertuB Wryght & Johanna vx" 

ejus . . . . . . iiij.fl^. 

PetniB fflechare k Alicia vx" ejus . iiij.^.' 

Anabilla Pynder . . . iiij.d 

Johanna filia ejus • . . . iiij.d. 

Matilda Hurtylle . . . myd. 

Margaieta Baugg'^e (? Bauggure) . iiij.d 



Ricardus Bonn atte ye yat' k 

Alicia vx*^ ejus . . . . iiij.^. 

Willelmus seruiens ejus . . iiij.d, 
Robertus Harchar* & Agnes vx"* 

ejus iiij d, 

Agnes seruiens ejus • • . iiiyd. 

Johannes Park' . • • . iiij.ei. 

Agnes seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d. 

Willelmus Kay k Agnes ▼x"' ejus iiij.ri. 
Robertus Kay k Isabella yx" ejus, 

Smyth* Y}.d, 

Johannes Schypare k Johanna yx 

ejus iiij.ef. 

Johannes Slipar Edan yx** ejus . iiij .(2. 
Saundir Saryaunte k Anot' yx~ 

ejus iiij-d. 

Johanna filia ejus . . . . mj.d. 
Willelmus Dalle k Margareta yx** 

ejus, Wrygh' .... vj.ti. 

Petrus filius ejus . . . . iiij.c^ 

Henricus seruiens ejus . . iiij.d. 

Thomas &anche k Elena yx" ejus iiij.d. 
Johannes Rusthay k Margareta 

yiTejus iuj.d, 

Agnes filia ejus . . • . iiij.ef. 

Symon Huchare & Alicia yjf ejus iiij.<2. 

Oliue (nc) filia ejus . . . mj.d, 
Johannes Milner & Johanna yx" 

ejus i\ij.d, 

Johanna Marohalle • . . iiij.(2. 

Robertus Jepsofi Cissilia yif ejus . uij.d. 
Willelmus Tempulman & Johanna 

yi"ejus iiij.d. 

Willelmus de Burgofi, Drapour, 

& Johanna y±" ejus . . . xij.d. 

Nicholaus seruiens ejus . . iiij.d. 
Rogerus de Burgon k Agnes vx" 

ejus iiij.d. 

Agnes filia ejus .... iiij.d. 

Willelmus Marchar . . . . iiij.d. 

Johannes seruiens Rogeri predict! iiij.d. 
Johannes Marchal' k Agnes yx" 

ejus iiij.d. 

Thomas Taylour k Alicia yjf ejus iiij.d. 
Johannes Hansofi k Matilda yx" 

ejus iiij.d. 

Johannes filius Beatrix (sic), Tay- 

^ur, & Matilda y^ ejus . yj.d. 

Willelmus filius Johannis k 

Juliana ysT ejus . . . . iiij.d. 

Adam Dilkoc k Matilda yf' ejus . iiij.d. 

Emma filia ejus .... iiij.d. 

Willelmus Carter k Alicia yx" ejus iiij.d. 



(Membrane 215, column 1.) 

Willelmus Bagger k Matilda yx" 

ejus. . . . . . iiij.d. 

Thomas Koke k Johanna yx" ejus iiij.dl 

Robertus Nag k Agnes yxor ejus iiij.d. 

Margareta Soyl* . . . . iiij.d. 

Thomas Bott k Alicia yx"ejua iiij.d. 

Walterus Rykard k Agnes vx" 

ejus iiij.d. 



WAPPBNTAOIUM DB OSOODCBOSSE. 



17 



JolmnMi 6e Pufcnal' k AgnM yf 

0JIM 

Hcoricos H*w k AlidA nT ejusi 

Anjfw 
Bieb«rdoiL7tata> ft AUdayz'ejui 
Riebodas filim Thome & Elis*- 

bethtnTejus . • . . 
Matilda filia ejus 
WiOalmiis d« High* k Johanna 

▼i Tojoa . . . . • 
WiUehnaa Ballyn, Lptitr . . 
Matilda aaraiana ejus . 
Wiildmiia aaroiena ejua . . . 
Bobcrtoa aeniiena ejoa 
Thomaa Djlkok' k Alicia Ti' ejua, 

Waikr 

Knot* Dilkok* .... 
MruiflDaejaa • . • 
acmieoa ejoa 
Thomaa atta Btiak* . • 
Agnaa at Buak* . . . . 
Maqptreta at Huak' . 
WilMmoa M^n^olfe k Beatrix 

▼x'ejaa 

Johanoea Jarwaa k CIcelia yx 

•jua 

KsKiCa filia ejtia .... 
Johannea Wude k Emmot' t^ 

ajtta 

Johanna lllxa ejua • 

Thomaa Bjrna 
Matilda aenuena ajoa . 
Johaooea Cooper k Cioelia tiT 

ejoa 

Robwtoa Bemifloa ejoa 
WUlelmua Webeatar and Johanna 

▼^'ejua 

Imbella filia ajua . 

MargwHa filia ejoa . . . 

Kobattoa atta Sjkt k Beatrix tx* 

ejoa 

Johanaea aeroiana Emmota Dil- 

kok' 

WOMmw Chjkla k Alicia tx" 

ajna •••■•. 

Somma— xxxTV-'- ^^' 



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VlLLATA DB KlBXEBMITBTOll'. 

Johaaoea da Thorp*, Ta^hitr , w},d, 
Botartna Wrjght ft Agnea tx* 

ejoa iiij-i. 

Ricanloa da WarwyV, Maraehall', 

ft MatiUarTejua . yj-d, 

Bmia filia ejua iiiyd, 

Johannaa aeniiena ejoa . iiij.<i. 
Bobcrioa del iBaunderaa ft Alicia 

tT ejoa uij.d. 

Magota de Kortofl . iiij.<^. 

b^alla Marchaunt . . . iuj.<<. 
Thomaa Tavluor ft Amicia vx" 

ejoa mj.a. 

Thomaa BalT, CaHer, ft Cieelia 

Tx'ejoa Tj.cf. 



ruL. \u 



Robertna Pyrcok' ft Johanna tx" 

ejua iiij.d. 

Johannee Shirwodman ft Alicia 

▼i^ejua iiij.rf. 

Claricia Storchebof . . . . iiij.<2. 
Adam Coyt ft Idonea viT ejoa . iiij.£?. 
Johannea de WodehouSy Juratua, 

ft Diot' yjT ejua . ... iiij.cf. 
Robertua da Monaolay . . uij.d. 

WillelmuB Storcbebof, Juratus, ft 

Amida, vx" ejua • . mj.d. 

Willelmua atte ye Tounende ft 

Johanna vx*" ejua . . iiij.<£. 

Johannea atte ye Tounende ft 

Johanna vx* ejua . . . iiij.dL 
Ricardua de Kyrkeby and Elena 

Ti*ejua . - . . . iiij.rf. 
Thomaa HanaoR ft Cioelia y^" 

■ • • • • « 

2U8 iuj.a. 
tenia Baaceby ft Matilda rx" 

• Mm 

ejua 

Aujicia mater ejua 

Johannea aeniiena ejua . . . 

Robertua aeniiena ejua 

Juliana aeruiena ejua . . 

Sibota seruua ejua 

Alicia YX* Sabeo& . 

Elena filia ejus .... 

Agnea del Daine • . . 

Matilda filia ejua 

Robertua aeruua ejua . . . 

Henricua aeniiena ejua . 

Adam Carter ft Elizabetba vi^ 

ejua 

(Membrane 215, column 2.) 

Johannea Oartar ft ICargareta tx" 

ejua. ..... iiij.rf. 

Alicia Lauinder (f) . . . . iiij.c^. 

Johanna Norya . . .uij.d. 

Henricua CsMwro {$ic), SouUr, ft 

Emmot' vx" ejua. . . . yj.d. 

Ricardua Salman .... iiij.d 

Thomaa Akastra • . . . iiij.ti. 

Johanna Doxttar .... iiij.<^. 

Johannes Her* . . . . nij.d. 

Johannea Babne .... iiij.d. 

Thomaa filius ejua . . , iuj.d. 
Summa — xTij.t. yiij.d. 

YlLLATA DB NOBTOV*. 

Willelmua Theker^, Constabil* 

juratua, ft tx" ejus . . iiij.^j. 

Willelmus Harschail ft Cicilia tx" 

ejua, Smifth* xij.d, 

Robertua de Kereke (T), MaMoik^ ft 

Johanna vx" ejus . yj.d. 

Waltema Schephird' ft Juliana 

tx" ejua Mij.d. 

Alicia del Hoyle .... iiij.d 
Agnea Jeorgewyf' , . iiij.d 

Johannaa Bolna ^f) . . . iij.d 

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18 



WAPPKNTAGIUM DE 08GODOROSSB. 



Willelmiia de flesill' k Beatrix tx^ 

ejiia 

RicarduB Treacher & Alicia vz 

Matilda de Racohedale . . 

Johaunes Miluer Sc Agnes vx" ejus 

Alicia Kenir 

Bobertus Sauadirsoii . 

Johannei Gryme 5c Agnes yt 
ejus 

Robertas de WeU'hagh & Mar- 
gareta ▼x*' ejus .... 

Johaanes at Prioura senior & Bea- 
trix vx"' ejus . . . . 

CuBtancia Qibwyf 

Bicardua Jonsofi Margareta tx* 

OJuS • • • • • • 

Robertas QybsoA 

Alicia nuper yx*" Roberti Cria- 

tiansolk 

Bicardus Adamson Wylicynaoik 

{sic) & Agnes vx"* ejus 
Willeltnus Pynder & Agnes yx*" 

ejus 

Wiilelmus Bell* k, Emma yx" ejus 

Amicia Wauasour 

Johannes Mylner Custancia yx"^ 

ejus . . . . . 

Thomas de Wellehagh' Agnes yx**" 

ejus ..•••. 
Johanna de Wellehagh . . . 
Petrus at Hall* & iQnes YiT ejus 
Henricus Schipmen & Johanna yz** 

ejus a .... . 
Jomiunes Betonsofi k Agnes yx*^ 

ejus 

Thomas Taylour k Elisot' yxT 

ejus, Taylour .... 
Ricardus PoUerd k Johanna yx" 

ejus . . ^ . . . . 
Howisia de Nortoii 
Johannes Smyth k Margareta vjf 

ejus, Smyth* . . . . 
Henricus filius ejus 
Cioelia tilia ejus . . . . 
Johannes Mawer k Dionisia yjT 

ejus 

Matilda Marschalmaydyn . . 
Robertus Clerksofl k Dionicia yx* 

ejus, Sclatter .... 
Agnes Schephird' . . . 

Johannes del Lund' k Matilda v^" 

Johannes Adkynson k Custancia 

Yx"^ ejus ..... 
Eleina Pollerd' .... 
Andreas Wyk' k Johanna yx"^ 

ejus 

Johannes Hodgeson k Cicilia Yjf 

ejus 

Ricardus May re k Cicilia Ysfejus, 

Glouer 

Thomas Bayard k Kleoa yx"^ ejus 
Ricardus Smyth* k Agnes yx" 



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Johannes Marioft k Cissot' yx* 

ejus mj.a. 

Wiilelmus Taylour k Agnes yiT 

ejus, Taylour .... yj.d. 
WaJterus del Mylner . . iiiyd. 

Thomas Ibsoli k MatUda y^ ejus iiij.ci. 
Johannes at Priours junior k 

Elena yx" ejus, Tkeker Yj.ii. 

Wiilelmus Mayr^ k Johanna y^ 

ejus ...'.. iU},d, 
Wiilelmus Karter k Agnes Yif 

ejus uiyd, 

WiUelmuB Dawesofl k Agnes yx" 

ejus iiij.^. 

Hugo Taylour k Cicilia yx** ejus . iiij.4. 
Jacobus Knyght Cicilia Yx" ejus . iuj.^. 
Johannes Sawle k Agnes yx" ejus mj.d. 
Robertus de SilkiateA k Emma 

yx" ejuB iuj.d. 

Stephanos Baret k Agnes yx" 

ejus iiiyd^ 

Johannes Parker k Johanna yx" 

ejus mj.a. 

Johannes de Braythwayt' k Elia- 

abet yx" ejus . . . m}.d. 

Wiilelmus de Brerelay k Hewyaia 

vjC ejus i\i}.d. 

Thomas de Braythwayt k Elena 

Yx"ejus mj,d, 

Johannes Raynaldsofi . . . iiiyd. 
Johannes Pape ... iiij.ci. 

Wiilelmus del Croft . . . liij.d. 



(Membrane 21b, column S.) 

Adam de Haueroroft Alicia yx" 

ejus, Webuter . ... YJ.rf. 

Ricardus seruiens ejua . . . iiij.<2. 

Johannes Porter . . iiij.e^. 

Thomas Porter Magota y^ ejus . iiij.rj. 

Wiilelmus Benet Elena yiT ejus . m}.d. 
Henricus de Cayuill' Cecilia yjT 

ejus iiij.ef. 

NichoUus Brewster Magota yx" . iiij.d, 

Ricardus Qryme . . . uij.d, 

Wiilelmus Breksekyll* Magota yx" u\j.d. 

Thomas de Gunby Amicia yx\ . iii'yd. 

Alauus Tayllour Magota y^ ejua . iiij.f/. 

Johanna Clarke . . . iiij.ct. 
Wiilelmus Frystoli Johanna yx" 

ejus iiij.d 

Thomas Barber Alicia yx" ejus . yj.d, 

Agnes seruiens ejus . . . iiij.cit. 
Robertus Onaset Margareta nC, 

Mason yj.rf. 

Thomas Cay .... iiiyd. 

Johanna Bell' iiij.d. 

Johanna seruiens ejus . . iiij.d. 

WiUelmus Ketyll' Amicia yjT . . iiij.rf. 

Thomas de Cromweldeii . iiij.rf. 

Johannes Leycy Alicia yx" . . Hi yd. 

Johannes Jake Matilda yx" . iiij.ci. 

Johannes Kypax Cecilia yx" . . uiyd. 



WAPPBNTAQIUM Dfi OSQODCBOSSE. 



19 



Adam Howloi Afrnem vx" 
JchanneB Sawle Alicia tx", Smyth* 
VufAreta leruieos ejus . . . 
Robertiw £«hlay Agnes y:C, Toy- 

Umr 

Willclmus Nonliouse . . 

IdoDi» Byxlotte .... 
JoluuiDea N jlsoft Jolisoa ▼x"' . . 
Thootts Thuntan Johsonft tx* . 
EfenaWrygiht . . . . 
Msgota fiUa ejus 
Jolunnes de Klmaaale, Simyik* 

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ViLLATA DE RXDKHSSBB. 

Robertas Haanger, de Redenease,* 

TajfUamr .... vj.d. 

Tbovnss de Redeness*, Chiualer . xx.5. 

CttstanciA filia ejas . iiij.cf. 

Jtsnoos Miles myd, 

J<thsnnes de Blmessle semiens 

dieti Thome .... iiij.<{. 
Peims asniiens dicti Thome . . . mjui. 
Sjmaa seruieos Johaimis de 

KjrrlMby iiy.ii. 

Mmnm de HelsUy ft Alicia tx" 

ejus myd, 

Willelmiis Bllos Johannis ft Jo- 

bamia t:^ ejus .... iiij.d 

TbooM de BaUmm. . . iiij.<t 

AfDcsSprote .... iiij.<i. 

Alicia fiHa ejus . . iiij.d 
Riosfdas Ptdmsr ft Johaona tx*" 

cgoi utj.d 

Rifliirdiis semiens itjos . . . mj.d, 
JohaoiMs AdamsuA ft Agnes tiT 

ejus iiij.d 

MargsKta filia diete Agnetia . . iiij.<2. 

Johannes filins diete Agne(tiB) . iiij.<i. 
Willelmiis WatsoA ft Agnes yiC 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Joltiones Clerl^e ft Agnes ri" ejus iiij.ci. 
WiUehntts Lewcj ft Aliota nT 

•|na uij.o. 

Raesfdns flymher. . iiij.d 

Alkia Rohynwyf . ... iiij.ii. 

Johanna Caa .... iiij.(<. 

JohsDBes filins ejus. . . iiij.d 

AdamWymsr .... iiij.^i 

Johannes Botteeromb* . . iiij.cC 
WOklmos Oodefere ft Alicia t^ 

9}im,fjfuker .... ^.d, 
JanyniiB senuun* <iic) Thome de 

Rcdcnesse Ug.e<. 

Johannes Thomsofi ft Alicia tx" 

ejtts iitj.'i. 

Ehabetha P(roo)toar . . iiij.fi. 

Alkaa Pftwioor .... iuj.</. 



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Johannes Pynder* ft Johanna vx" 

ejus iiij.e^. 

Johannes Thomsofi, de Whidgift, 

& Alicia yjT ejus 
Johannes filius ejus. . . . 
Willelmus de Hummynglay & 

Alicia vx"* ejust #ystA^ 
Thomas de Jadyn ft Margareta 

▼x'^ejus 

Johanna mater dicti Thome 
Jacobus de BroxtoA ft Mai^gareta 

vifejus 

Alicia dicti (tie) Jacoby 
Willelmus Haung' ft Isabella viT 

ejus, Merctr, 
Robortus Norman ft Alicia yx*^ 

ejus, Taylour .... 

llogerus Rose 

Johannes Beruiens dicti Uogeri • 
Johannes Clerk' .... 
Adam Broun ft Cecilia yiC ejus 
Johanna aneilla ejus 
Thomas filius ejus . 
Willelmus semiens ejus • 

Katerina de Bobemme . . 

Alicia de Crull' .... 
Ricardus seruiens dicti Thome de 

Redeneese 

Robertus de Crull' ft Margareta 

vi"ejus 

Thomas Coke 

Willelmus de NomjmgtoS . 
Johannes de Clyderowe Agnes tiC 

m 

61 UB • • • 

Henricus Bond* Agnes nT ejus 

Robertus Dowfe Alicia tjT ejus . 

Willelmus de E^gmantoil Johanna 
TiT'ejus . . • . • 

Johannes de Frystofi . . 

Agnes Pogg^ .... 

Johannes Pogg* . . 

Thomas Pogg* filius ejus 

Rogerus Pogg^ filius . . 

Petrus de Beuerlay, Smj/lh\ Isa- 
bella vjf ejus .... 

Willelmus Sponer Anabylla nT 

Thomas de Cmll' Magota yiC ejus 
Johannes filius .... 
Thomas Pogg^ Johanna ▼x'^ejus . 
Ricardus de Blmesale Agnes vx^ 

ejus, ffy$$her 
Ricardus Uayn ft Mariota tx" ejus, 

Selaster ,j\-^' 

Elena filia ejus . . . iiij.r^ 

Adam Coke Beatrix yx^cjus . iiij.'^ 
Willelmus Coke Isabella vx" ejus . iiij.'/. 
Willelm us Cay Agnea v x ej ua. . ii i j . if. 
Isolda Wry^l't* . . . *. iiij.'^ 

Alicia Smyth' M^J ''- 

Johannes de Alkbarugh* . iiij.</. 



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c 2 



20 



WAPPBirrAGlUM DB OSGODCROSSB, 



BobertuB de Lymburgh' Margareta 

vx" m},d, 

WaltenuB de Rysom' Idonia vxT* 

ejus iiij.c^. 

Nicholaus Souter . . . . iiiyd. 

Magota Smyth' .... iiiyd. 

WillelmuB Swynflete . . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes Pyshanke, Piator . vj.^. 
Robertus de Stapultofi Margareta 

v:r ejus, Souter . . . . TJ.ef. 
Johannes de Poelle Matilda vif 

ejus mj.d. 

Johanna Crenda . . . . iiij.d. 

Robertus filius ejus . . . mj.d. 

Willehnus Douf Magota vx^ejus . iiij.ef. 
Johannes de Lymbergh' Custancia 

vsT ejus, Mason . . . . YJ.d. 
Johannes de Lymbergh' Idonia 

Tx~ ejus uij.d. 

Willelmus Pyndar* Amysia t^ 

ejus iiij.ei. 

Johanna v±" Johannis Rychardsofl uij.d. 

Johanna filia Amicie . . . iiij.d. 

Thomas Ward', Diker . . . Yyd. 

Thomas Collay .... iiij.d 
Summa — ^liij.a. Yj.(2. 



(Membrane 22, column 1.) 

VlLLATA SE Hok'.' 

Johannes Adam & Johannes {$ic) 

viTejus, Camifex 
Auicia 'Adam famula . 
Ricardus de More & Johanna vx~ 

ejus iiij.d. 

Agnes del More .... iiij.d. 
Johannes Aldus . . . . iiij.c^. 
I'homas ffenewy & vx*" ejus . . iiij.d. 
Simon de Heke & Johanna v^ 



ejus, 



Ricardus atte Oke k Auicia tjC 

ejus 

Johannes de ffenwyk* & Auicia 

yjT ejus, MareharU' de Bettet 
Willelmus filius ejus 
Willelmus de Hok' k Auicia y:^ 

ejun, Souter 
Johannes atte Lidyate . 
Cicilia atte Lidyate 
Johanna atte Lidyate 
Alicia Bonet' 

Matilda ffrere .... 
Thomas Spilwods ft Johanna vsT 

ejus 

Johannes' Smyth' & Elena vxTej us, 

Smytk*. .... 
Johannes filius ejus . 
Henricus frater ejus 
Johanna relicta Robert! Smyth' 



Beatrix filia Boberti . 
Willelmus filius Roberti k Agnes 

ynC ejus . . . . . 
Johannes filius ejus • 
Johanna filia ejus . . . 

Thomas Rayner & Alicia yx~ ejus 
Beatrix Rayner .... 
Willelmus filius Laurendi . . 
Agnes filia ejus .... 
Johannes atte Oke & Isabella vx" 

ejus . . . . . . 

Summa — xj.<. i}.d. 



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YlLLA^TA DE HbTHEVSALB. ^ 

Nicholaus Theker & Agnes yx" 

ejus ...... 

Henricus Lady k Alicia vxT ejus, 

Artificer^ Smyth* , . . .'' 
Johannes Qromes k Alicia yx"* 

ejus, Backer .... 
Robertus Bate & Agnes v^ejus . 
Johannes ffendard* k vx~ ejus . . 
Mitilda de Whitelay . 
Agnes filia ejus . . . . 
Willelmus de Rouohe k Johanna 

v]f ejus 

Johanna filia ejus . . . . 
Elena que f uit yx~ Laurencii Ray- 

nold. . . . • • 
Alicia filia ejus . • . • 
Johannes del More 
Johannes Benet k Beatrix vx" 

ejus 

Alicia filia ejus .... 
Margeria de Derthyngtofl . . 
Robertus del More 
Elena filia ejus . . . . 
Robertus Lady .... 

Johanna Lady 

Robertus Mellyng' k Cecilia v^ 

ejus . . . . • . 
Alanus Shepherd' k viT ejus . . 
Adam Raynald' k Alicia rjT ejus, 

Smyth* ..... 
Johanna filia ejus . . . . 
Elena filia ejus .... 
Thomas Raynold k Johanna yx~ 

Gjus • • ■ • • 

Agnes filia ejus .... 
Willelmus firanceys k Isabella vf" 

CjUB • • • • • • 

Willelmus de Whythelay k viT 

61 uB ••••■• 

Johanna Semester . 

Johannes HusoSi k Margareta vx~ 

Robertus Grome k Johanna vjT 
ejus « . . . . . 



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WAPPENTAOIUH DE OSGODCBOSSE. 



21 



JobaoDM ■emiena ejus . iiij.d. 

Willdmui GeruayB i JohanxuT^r 

•jus luj.d. 

Botertna del More ft Johanna viC 

•jus uij.d, 

Eobertos de LancMtre . . . iiij.dL 
Summa — ^ziJA Tj.<2. 



YlLLATA 01 OflSirFLETB*.* 

mDdmiM HoMoft k Alicia yx* 
•jfM, Smiier .... 
Johannes RatoA, TaiUcur . . 
TlaomM Bene k Alicia tx" ejus . 
Bobertus Heghcok' k \f ejus 
ThfOBSs Kerne k Alicia riC ejus . 
Bobertos Gndjnegh' . 
WiUelmns Hesdaj, Artificar, 



rj.d, 
vj.rf. 

• • • • « 

luj.a. 

• • • • 1 

liij.a. 
iiij.a. 

• • • • a 

tuj.d. 
idj.d, 

• • • • « 

iuj.a. 

• ■ • • • 

iiij.a. 
vj.rf. 

•• • • J 

uij.a. 
iiij.<^. 

• • • • • 

iiij.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 

• « • • • 

luj.a. 

• • • • ■ 

uij.a. 

■ • • • • 

uij.a. 

• • » « • 

iiij.a. 
uij.a. 

uij.a. 



Johannes Fige .... 
Thomas Eslsman * . . 

WiUefaniis Daukeman ft Isabella 

Tx*, Wrjfffhf ...» 
Adam Mayner ft Isabella tiT . . 
Johanna Toteband* 
WiUdmns MicheU' . . . 

Johsnnes I^m ft Alicia TiTejas . 
Alida filia ejus . . 
Petms Chapman .... 
Willefantts Kesfea .... 
Bobertus Broun .... 
Allies Broun • 

WiOdmns Whytberd' ft nT ejus. 
Johannes QnUls ft Agnes vx*^ 

ejus 

Johannes Williamsofi ft If argareta 

r^eJQs iiij.rf. 

Thomsi Faseh ft Alicia tx"^ ejus . iiiyd. 
Alida filia ejus .... iiij.t^. 
Johannes Nedhard* . • . . iiij.ii. 
Adam Colynsoh • » . . iiij.cf. 



(Membrane 22, cQlninn 2.) 

WsHenis Shepeid* ft Alicia tiT 

ejus uij.a. 

Adam Tan ft Tdonia tC ejus mj.d, 

Agnes Broun iiij.^j. 

Johsnnes Wattcssofl . . iiij.dL 

Johannes filius ejus • . . iiij.cf. 

Johannes srruiens ejus iiij.dL 

Thomss Aydyng' . ... iuyd. 

Bobertos Talp ft Juliana tiT ejus . iiij.ri. 

Uenrieos Wryght', Ca(r)peHt€r ♦ Tj.rf. 

Agnes senijens ejus . iiij.cf. 

Thomss Pynder ft Johanna Tx*' 

ejus iiij.d, 

Bioudiis Kem ft Msgota TiTejus. iiij.ti. 



Johannes Blank ft Juliana viT 

ejus iiij.<2. 

Adam Botheland' ft Johanna yx" 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Margarets Oudsofiwyf . • iiij.t^. 

Alicia filia ejus . . . . uij.d, 

Margarets seruiens ejus • . nij.d. 

Thomas Mosse iiij.<2. 

Ricardus Batoft ft Matilda yiC 

••• • J 

lUJ.O. 



ejus. .... 
WiUelmus Webster ft Alicia viT 

ejus 

Johanna Modir . • 

Henricus de TikhiU' 

Bobertus de Swerd' ft Alicia yxT 

ejus, Smyth* . • 
WiUelmus LetUman • • 
Agnes seruiens ejus 
Johannes Buk ft Matilda yjC ejus 
WiUelmus Uugune . 
Bobertus de Castere ft AUcia tjT 

ejus 

Johannes Hunt 

Summa — lix^t, x.d. 



VnXATA DB VpTOH'. 

WiUelmus Graynsoli ft Johanna 

vx^ejuB .... 
Johannes Cane ft Alicia yrC ejus 
WiUelmus OUuere ft Sabina yx' 



ejus 



Johannes Polayn ft Agnes Yif 
ejus 

Johannes Doweson ft Agnes y^ 
ejus 

Bobertus Amis junior. • 

Johannes Adcok' junior . 

WiUelmus OUuer junior 

Bobertus de Birtofl ft Isabella yiT 



ejus 



WiUelmus Daudsoft ft CecUia yiT 
ejus. . • . . 

WUlelmus seruiens ejus . 

Johannes Bai^yne 

Bobertus de Wyghtofi ft Elena yx' 
ejus 

Bicardus Anotaofi ft MatUda tC 



ejus 



Thomas de Croftofi ft Alicia YiT 

ejus 

Biaudus Jubbe . 
Agnes Hayforth' 
Agnes fills ejus • 
Bicardus Gepmouthe 
Johannes fibrester . . 
Johannes Hsdcok' . 
Bobertus Amys ft Alicia yf ejus 
8umma — ^y^.!. yu}.d. 



luj.a. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 

vj.rf. 
uij.a. 

• • • • J 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 

• • • • s 

uij.a. 
luj.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 



uij.a. 
uij.a. 

• at* « 

Uij.a. 



Yj.<i, 



• •• • • 

luj.a. 
uij.a. 

• • « • « 

luj.a. 

• • • • m 

luj.a. 

• • • • 9 

uij.a. 

YJ.rf. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 
Uij.a. 

uij.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 



UIJ.O. 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 
Uij.a. 
uij.o. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

Ulj.O. 



•«. Ooseflee 



22 



WAPPENTAGIUM DE OSG0DCBOS8B. 



ViLLATA DB HOUK*.'® 

Ilicardua Straone k Cecilia vx" 

ejuB, Taylour .... vj.d. 
Johanna Malkyndoghter . . . iiij.^. 
Cecilia Malkyndoghter. . . iilyd. 
Johannes Spikall' k Agnee vx'ejuB iiij-^* 
Johannes Seriaunte . . . iiij.rf. 
Magota de Bemeslay . . . ivi.d. 
Picardus Boner .... iiij.rf. 
Willelmus Short . . . . iiij.rf. 
Thomas seruiens ejus . . uij.d. 

Thomas Chapman - . . . . iiij.t^. 
Johannes Mundson & Johanna v^ 

ejus, MereJumt de Bestes . . xij.d. 
Johanna seruiens ejus . . iiij.c^. 

Johannes de Helmeshall* ft vsT 

ejus iiij.ef. 

Johannes filius ejus. . . . iiiyd, 
Johannes Porter k Kmma v^ 

ejus ' iiij.d, 

WiUelmus CoUehird* . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes Lentill' k Magota tx*' 

ejus iiij.e^. 

Walterus Dowe & Johanna vx" 

ejus . . . . . . iuj.d. 

Willelmus Strek' k Johanna viC 

ejus mj.a. 

Robertus Pyle, TaUlcur . . . 
Johanna seruiens ejus . 
Willelmus Torell' k Johanna vf* 

ejus, Smyth* . . . . 
Beatrix Hayworth* 
Johannes de York & nT ejus . . 
Johannes del Brig* k Johanna vx~ 

Robertus Broune k Agnes viT 

01 UB • • • • • 

Johannes Sotherone k Matilda viT 



ejus ...... 

RicarduB Moldsofi k Emma yx"" 



ejus 



Robertus Roper k Matilda vx" 
ejus ...... 

Johannes Lewete k Isabella v:C 



ejus 



Johannes de Bouland' k Emma 

vx" ejus 

Johannes fi&weir k Johanna yiT 



ejus 



Thomas Walker k Agnes yjT 

ejus iiij.ri. 

Rogerus de Holdemesse k Auicia 

v^, Webester . . . vj.rf. 

Willelmus seruiens ejus . . . m}.d, 
Rogerus Amald' k Margaieta vx"^ 

ejus iiiyd. 

Thomas de Moram, WalheTf k 

Margareta yx" ejus . . V},d. 



(Membrane 22, column 3.) 

Johannes Hobsoii k Johanna vx*^ 

ejus uij.d, 

WUlelmus de Willutoft k Elena 

Yx'ejus iiij.ci. 

Robertus Abot .... iuj.d. 

Rogerus Spark' k Alicia viT ejus . iiij.(2. 

Johjunes filius ejus. . . . iiij.<2. 

Magota Prayt .... iiij.c^. 

Petrus Thomeson . . . mj.d. 

Agnes Brodhedr . . . ihyd, 

Johannes Stokman k Alicia vx*^ 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 



vj.rf. 
uij.a. 

TJ.rf. 

uij.a. 

• • • • J 

iiij.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

■ • • • •» 

mj.a. 

••• • J 
mj.a. 



Willelmus de Kilyngholme k viT 

ejus. ..... iiij.cf. 

Nicholaus de fferyby . . iiij.e2. 

Willelmus del Legh' & Juliana vx"* 

ejus, Taylour .... vj.rf. 
Thomas Costard* k Agnes, yx~ 

ejus uij.d. 

Robertus GibsoA k Johanna v^ 

ejus iiij.d. 

Johannes Warde k Agnes vi"" 

ejus iiij.rf. 



ejus 



Johannes Smyth' k Alicia vx*^ 

ejus 

Johannes de Eetofte k Magota Yi" 

ejus, MaaoH 

Radulphus seruiens ejus 
Johannes Sneir k Johanna yjC 

ejuB . . . . . • 
Johannes Toye k Agnes yifejus . 
Henrious seruiens ejus. 
Thomas Berier k Elena yx" ejus . 
Radulphus Godsale, Taillour . . 
Johannes filius ejus 
Johannes Spark' k Johanna vx*^ 

ejus • . • . • • • 
Thomas seruiens ejus . 
Johannes Westeman k Peronilla 

(? Pe(t)ronilla) vx" ejus . . 
Rogerus Wryght' k Isabella tx" 

61Ub ••••■• 

Ricardus Egrimunde k Alicia vjT 



• •• ■ « 

uiyd. 



ejus 



Johannes Peresofi k Alicia vxT 
ejus ...... 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . . 
Willelmus Bradehed' k Cecilia vx*^ 

Robertas Elissoft k Isabella vyT 



ejus 



Johannes Bate k Matilda vif 

OjuO • • • ■ • • 

Thomas Pigot, Pusher. 

\ Johannes seruiens ejus . . . 

Johanna Milner .... 

' Johannes Adsofi, Walker. . . 

Johannes seruiens ejus 



▼j.rf. 
mj.a. 

.... J 
uij.a. 

• • • • m 

uij.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 

iiij'.ti. 

▼j.rf. 

iil).d. 

uij.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

« • • ■ « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
Uij.a. 

■ • • ■ « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

■ • • • ■ 

tuj.a. 
vj.rf. 

• • • • ■ 

iiij.a, 

• • t • m 

lllj.ff. 
Vj.rf. 

mj.a. 



» ? Now Hick. 



WAPPE5TAGIUM DB 08GODCROSSR. 



28 



PKna Vttyng* & Dionim tx" 

eja« ..... 

J.-hatiDcs Snell* k Xargareta yx" 
ejus, Sw^ytJk* .... 

UwlalphuA aemiensejiu. . . 
• trtiiniw Bir« k, tx" ejus 

l-.'hertiM Dowwofi k AlicU tz*^ 
«jlM. 



iiij.a. 



JohanocB Tftory ft Agoes v^ ejiu, 



J. 

Vol 



Batoraer k Johanna 



ejus 



i« Jannes de Burgh' k AiicU t^ 
•jos 



TJ.rf. 

uij.a. 

• • • ■ « 

mj.o. 

••• • J 
uij.a. 

iiij.aL 

uij.a. 
iuj.a. 



Itigcrtia Anotiolk . 

JiihanDM Tottj .... 

Kjcardo* de Eftofi . 

JohAiuMs Totty ft Maigareta nT 

^JUB • . • • . . 

KcbcTtuB de BorgV . . 

WilltsliDUt Drnweooft ft Margmta 

Tx* cjaa 

Waltenw QoodSV ft AJiew tT 

•!«• 

— — •• • • 

▼uj.a. 



iif).a. 

• •• • « 

uij.o. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 

iiij^f. 

• ■ > • • 

nij.a. 



YnjLA DB KOBTHBUaBAIX'. 



de Wynteworth' ft(dimid. 
iT eja% i>eriaBt . ) 
Johannee de Kookeli^ . 
J«<hamMe de QokUle 



Bcnueoa ejos • 
KlfRia Scmaotwumaa v 

KjcardiM Long ft Johanna nC 

^J*^P m m m • • 

Bobertna Roper^ itoptr, ft Agnea 

TiT cjna .... 
JolianiMe Bopcr . 
Harg'.Afreta Uoper . 
Juhaiina dd Weei 
Agnca CoDcaoA 
J«4iA Pcrceou ft EKzebethA tx" 



cjoa. 



WUIefanna TaOlow ft Matilda tx^ 



Johanna TaiUoor . 

Rohertoa Damyaeir ft Margarela 

rf e jna .... 
B^obcrtua Snjth' ft laaheUa t^ 

ejna. Smfik*, 
AlioaSnijth 
%0-heTttm de HaltoA ft Emma rx 

»jtta 

Wilkhatti W*giii^ ft Cecilia tx' 



Wagnr^ 



iuj.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 



▼j.rf. 
inj.d, 

uij.a. 
viyd. 

uij.dL 



TJ-rf. 

inj.'i. 
iuj.a. 



iiijjd, 
iiij,^/. 

• • « > • 



Ricardtia 8tt« WeD* ft Marguvta 
▼^"ejna 

Johannea ffiape ft Johanna tx" 
ejos 

Hugo Wagure 

Willehnua Diecmaofi ft Emma rx 
ejoa 

Johannea Hare ft Tmbella Tx^ejoa 

Alicia MoldatMS 

Emma Dunok' .... 

Johanna <ac) RobertwA ft Jo- 
hanna TiC ejua 

Bobeitoa Punok* ft Agoea tz* 
ejua. ..... 

Johannea Anea ft Emma Tx"ejua 

Matilda de GarlctoA . . 

Johannea Oode ft Cuatanda nT 
ejoa 

Adam Atkynaoft ft Matilda r^ 
ejua 

Diottiaiitf de A^eworth' 

Bobertna Blaunt ft laabcUa nC 
ejua 

Alicia Perkjnaofl. 

Ungo Hugune ft 

Bobertna Swynhcid* 

Willebnna Bdward' 

Dioniatacff Edwanf 

Johannea atte WeDe ft Alicia 
ejua 



(Membrane 225, colonm 1.) 

Mimer • • . . 
Bobertna Keraa ft Cecilia r^ ejna 
Robertoa Anea ft Johanna tx* 

ejna 

Bicardoa Hagnne ft Petrooilla, 

Tx'ejoa 

Johannea del North' . . , 
Boji^enia Milner ft Johanna tx" 

ejua 

Bir^rdna WiBijnarifi ft Agnea rt" 
Bobcrton Bicotte k A|m«« tx" ejua 
Summa — xxiij^. ruytL 



uij.a. 



iiij.'/. 

iiij^dl 
inj.a. 

iiij^. 
nij.a. 



T^Tejua . 



mjtf. 
m}jL 

Jiij.a. 

hi} A. 
ir.yd, 
myA. 

iiij^i. 



Vi]A. 
ui'}A. 

U\}A, 

iiij.d. 

iii:.//. 



lii.y/ 



iiij 'Jf. 
iiij.'A 



TiLLATA DE GbiDLTBO'. " 

Johannea Hmiter • . 

Johannea fill oae jna 

Johannea de Couwjk* ft Margareta 

TiTejoa 

Willelmoa Frankji ft Johanna 

Tx' ejua 

Ricardua Milner ft I«abel!a tx* 

ejiia 

Matilda Wjlymof 

Bicardoa Fox 



• « • • • 

i!ij a, 
i'.ijA, 

i'lijA. 

iiij d. 

IIIJ d, 
h'jA. 
iiij d. 



^ Now Cridling-Stul.U. 



24 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB OSaODOROSSB. 



£ua de Beghall* .... 
Mergareta de 8tapilto& . . . 
Willelmus Nicsoii & Matilda Txr 

ejus, Taylour .... 
Johanna filia ejuB . . . . 
Cecilia Prentls .... 
Johannes Mathewe & Johanna vx" 

ejus, Smyth' . . . . 
WillelmuB Theker ft Alicia yx"* 



ejus 



iiij.d I 

• • • • J 

mj.a. 

YJ'd, 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

▼j.d 

... • J 
mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 



Robertus de B^hall* & Mergareta 

Tif ejus . .... 
Thomas atte Well' & Agnes yx" 

e J us ...... 

WiUehnus Howetsofi & Johanna 

Yx" ejus, Smyth* . . . . YJ.<2. 
Henricus Dey .... uij.d. 
Robertus Braugwayn k Agnes yjT 

ejus mj.d. 

Eua Wade iiij.e^. 

Johannes Fox & Alicia yjC ejus^ 

Webuter Yj.rf. 

Margareta seruiens ejus . iuyd. 

Cecilia Wade, Webster . . . Yj.<i. 
Willelmus Pyter & Margareta yx" 

ejus,iira«o^ . . . YJ.e2. 

Johannes Wade & Matilda yx"^ 

ejus, Walker . . . yj.d. 

Summa — ^ix.«. Yj.<2. 



Thobf* Audeltk. 

Robertus Day & Alicia yx*^ ejus . iiij.<2. 
Uicardus Courteney & Sabina yx~ 

ejus, Wryght' . . . . YJ.d. 
Nicholaus de Dodale & Alicia Yif 

ejus, Webester . . , . vj.d, 
Johannes Dra}x>ur & Mei^gareta 

vi" ejus, Drapour . . . yj.d. 
Johannes Rokhurft k Mergareta 

Yx~ejus iiij.d. 

Johannes de Tumeham k Dionisia 

Yx~ejus iiij.d. 

WUlelmus de Willutoft k Isabella 

vi"ejus iiij.d. 

Johannes de Dowedale . . iiij.d 
Willelmus de Dowedale . . . iiij.d. 
Willelmus Shepherd* . . . iiij.d. 
Robertus de Crumwelbothom k 

Alicia Yx" iiij.d. 

Henricus Latte k Emma viC ejus iiij.d. 
Johannes Seynpoule k Emma yz!*' 

ejus mj.d. 

Johannes Courtenay k Alicia yx" 

ejus 

Willelmus Shepherd' k Isabella 

Yx'ejus ...... 

Thomas Shephird' k Johanna yx~ 

GJU8 • • • • ■ •• 



• • • • m 

mj.d. 

• • • • « 

mj.d. 
mj.d. 



Rogerus Prestman k Agnes nT 

ejus iiij.d. 

Adiim Bakester k Agnes yx"^ ejus, 

Oateler xij.d. 

Willelmus de Husoroft k Isabella 

Yi* ejus iiij.d. 

Willelmus Smyth' k Dionisia ysT 

ejus, OtleUr xij.d. 

Robertus Smyth' k Dionisia yjC 

ejus iiij.d. 

Thomas de ffenay k Isabella Yif 

ejuB, Vtteler xij.d. 

Thomas Somere k Agnes YiTejus iiij.d. 
Johanna filia ejus. . . . iiij.d. 
Willelmus Mulyners . . . iiij.d. 
Johannes ffleshewe k Isabella yjT 

ejus, Boeher .... vj.d. 
Summa— xj.«. iiij.d. 



VlLLATA Dl FOWEWABDBT.^ 

Johannes N uttyng' k Johanna yiT 

ejus, Taylour .... YJ.d. 

Elena filia ejus .... iiij.d. 
Willelmus Hencotte k Johanna 

yi" ejus, ffiankdeyn . . . xLd. 

Alicia filia ejus .... iiij.d. 

Alicia seruiens ejus. . . . iiij.d. 

Johannes de Duflfeld', WebeHer . Yj.d. 

Robertus filius ejus . . iiij.d. 
Rogerus atte Tonehend* k Agnes 

yx"*, Taylour .... YJ.d. 
Thomas Grayn k Johanna yiT 

ejus, Mcuoii .... YJ.d. 

Robertus Keng* .... iiij.d. 

Johannes Gosse k Alicia yx"" ejus, iiij.d. 
Robertus ShuUe k Agnes yx** ejus, 

Spioer xy.d. 

Johannes Pynder . . , . iiij.d. 

Agnes seruiens Roberti predicti . iiij.d. 

PhiUppus Bullok' . . . iiij.d. 
Radulphus Raussofi k Alicia yi" 

ejus iiij.d. 

Robertus Hogesofi k Johanna yx"* 

ejus iiij.d. 



(Membrane 226, column 2.) 

Thomas Palmer k Alioia yx" ejus iiij.d. 

Johannes filius Rogeri . . iiij.d. 

Msgota Pereswyf • .... iiij.d. 

Cecilia Strands .... iiij.d. 

Johanna Couper . . . . iiij.d. 

Alicia Payntour .... iiij.d. 

Magota Pynder .... iiij.d. 
WillelmMs Veyhill' k Isabella yjT 

ejus, Taylour .... YJ.d. 



" ? Now Fockerby. 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB OSGODCROSSE. 



25 



TlioaiM de ^gmanton, fEranke* 
kjn, ft KtieniiA tx" . . 

Johaanes •eniiens ejus 

JobannoB Fig«t & Cecilia t^" ejus, 
7iijfto«r 

Rieaidiis ftliiu ejuB 

JohaaiMa SduMme ft Alicia tx" 
ejus, irCvcater 

Mafpota Mmiena ejus . 

Juhanaea WjUe 

Ucniieaa Cartwiyght ft yx* Ca{r)' 



■ • • 



Petnia Wrygfat . 
Jobaaoea ftUiu Willelmi . 
Kobertoa Soaier 
Thooaa filiua Petri, WryghV . . 
Suinma^zzA yjd. 



ViLLATA DK ADLTKQFLKTB. 

Jobaimea Mewe ft Agnea tx" ejui, 



xl.rf. 
uij.a. 

TJ.rf. 

iiij.a. 

uij.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 
uij.a. 

• • • * • 

luj.a. 
vj.rf. 



• • 



Johiimf Philipaofi ft Margeria vx** 
JohsBDfla RaaMll' ft Alicia tx" 

•!«• 

Muaam Bakertere ft Jolianna 

Tx ejoa • • . . • 
WHlalmaa Sotharoft ft CecUa tC 

ejoa 

Jnhannf Stra ft Johanna rt" ejua 
JohaniMM I>orand* ft Johanna vx" 



TJ.rf. 

Uij.a. 

• •• • « 

iiij.(2. 

luj.a. 
uij.a. 



ejoa mj.a. 

Willehnm Sagher ft Juliana t^ 

•JOB iiij.d. 

WiUelmoa Aland' ft Emma tjT 

•joa iiij.ef. 

Thomaa Wefaator ft Alicia nC 

ejoa, Wtbtater Tj^d, 

R<»bertaa Shepherd' ftMargareta 

▼X uij.a. 

Johannes Kemp' ft Emma y^ ej ua iiij.ci. 
Beatrix VUjng . ... niyd. 
Johannes Bone ft Agnes nT ejus iiij.<2. 
Hog«> de Bossjngtofl ft ▼x'^ ejua . iiiyd. 
Ilenrieua Launache ft Oliua nT 

e|ua ..... uij.a. 
Roijcrtna Bayly ft Agnes tx~ ejus iiiyd, 
Johanna de Watertofi . . . iiij.c2. 
Waiehnoa Webster ft Alicia viC 

ejua. W^UtUr yj.et. 

Kicholaas Oafflet ft Isabella vx" 

ejoa, Ifrankeleyn . . xLe{. 

Johannsa Oodyiiogh' ft Alicia tx" 

ejna uij.a. 

Robcrtna Rage ft Alicia tx"" ejua . iiij.ti. 
Mcfipreta Lajaing . . iiij.<iL 

Johwinea Broune ft Alicia Tx'*'ejus^ 

Tofiwtr ..... TJ.<I. 
Johannea Cooper ft Agnea Tx^'ejus, 

Wiyjk* Tj.(2. 



... • J 
iiij.a. 

• • ■ • V 

mj.a. 



• ••• 9 

uij.a. 

• • • « m 

uij.cL 

iiij.e?. 

YJ.dL 



WillelmuB de Hedoft • . . 

Cecilia de Wales 

Robertus Coke ft Alicia yiC ejus, 

firaukeleyn xL(^. 

Johannes Gudhall' ft Juliana vx~ 

ejus 

Johannes de Carlethorp* ftyif ejus 
Thomas Qiaunte ft Johanna vx"* 

ejus 

Johannes Eirkeby ft Katerina yx" 

ejus, Bocher . . . 

Johannes Nouthird' ft Alicia yx"* 

ejus iiij.<2L 

Thomas Long* ft Beatrix vsT ejus iiij.e^. 
Johannea Pape ft Alicia yif ejus . iiij.c^. 
Isabella Oetwall' . . . . iiij.^. 
Johanna Wryght . . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes Loue ft Margareta yx 

ejus . • • ■ . « 
Thomas Clerc ft Isabella yx*" ejus . 
RadulphuB atte Hall' ft Cecilia yiT, 

WebetUr .... 
Agnes Neucomen . 
Walterus Wryght . • 
Willelmua de Branby 
Agnes Bonde • 

Willelmua Lighstafb 
Matilda Snere . • 

Johannes aeruiens ejus . 
Johannes Abotman . . 
Robertus Monckeman 
Radulphus Qodenogh* 
Johanna de Wraweby 
Margareta Norys 
Willelmus Ka 
Willelmua Godeman . 
Johanna Quavnt . • 
Johanna de Pull* 
Johanna Symond* . 
Agnes de Estoft . 
Isabella Huchondoghter . 



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iuj.a. 

• • • • m 

mj.a. 

Tj.rf. 

• • • • m 

ill jo. 

• • ■ • m 

lUJO. 

> • ■ • « 

UIJ.O. 

• • • • * 

UIJO. 

Uij.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • « m 

uij.a. 

• • • • m 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
iiij.dL 
mja. 

• • • • J 

uij.a. 

• « • • • 

mj a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • _m 

mj.a. 

• • • • ■ 

mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 
iiij.(i. 



(Membrane 22b, column 8.) 
Summa — xxyj.«. 2..d. 

YlLLATA DB TUBBBSWALDTKO*.** 

Johannes Stokes ft Lucia y^ ejus, 

ad yalorem Militia . . . xx.ff. 

Jacobus Vawaaour, Armiger . . xl.d. 

Henricua Carter ft Johanna yf" 
ejus, Wryght .... 

Johanna filia ejua . . . 

Emoia seruiens ejus 

Willelmus Rane ft Dioniaia riT 



ejus . . 

Robertus de Cheaterfeld' ft Elena 

yx ...... 

Willelmus Colyer ft Agnes yx** 

ejua 



vj.d, 
iiij.f^. 

f • • • J 

mj.a. 
luj.a. 
mj.a. 
iitj.d. 



^ Now Stubbea Walden. 



26 



WAPPENTAQIUM DE 0SG0DCB08SE. 



Johannes de Seliok' 9l Beatrix 

y^ ejus iiij.d. 

Johanned filius ejus . . . iiij.cf. 

Johanna filia ejus . . . iiij.ci. 

Cristiana de Hesill' . . . . iiij.(i. 

WillelmuB de Westman . . iiij.d. 

Johannes de Cambrege, Taylour . Tj.t2. 
Thomas de Souihgate & Agnes 

vifejus . . ... iiij.d. 

Robertus Meggotsofi . . mj.d. 
Thomas Smyth* & Johanna vx* 

ejus iu}.(L 

Adam Couper & Matilda vf* ejus iiiyd, 
Adam Comyn A Maipureta yx 

ejus iiij.<2. 

Johannes filius ejus . . . u\}.d. 

WillelmuB filius ejus . . • iiij.e£. 

Johannes Pynder . . . . iiij.c2. 

Radulphus Vawasour . iiij.d. 
Ricardus Joljman & Agnes vx~ 

ejus iiij.cZ. 

Johannes de Thorp' & Alicia y^ 

ejus iiij.o^. 

Summa — xxxj.5. iiij.d 



ViLLATA DB PaRUA SmTTHITON*. ** 

Willelmus de Scargill', Chiualer . xx.«. 
Alanus de Horom & Elena vx" 

ejus iiij.(2. 

Willelmus Cokes & Beatrix vx" 

ejus, Souter .... vj.d. 
Johannes Coke k Alicia vx" ejus . iiij.^. 
Johannes Pynder & Agnes vx~ 

ejus iiij.t^. 

Robertus Shorebuk & Matilda 

vx"* ejus iiij.rf. 

Magota del West . . . . iiij.c^. 
Kicardus M aleak' & Dionisia tx" 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Ricardus Ledeman & Beatrix vx*" 

ejus iiij.d. 

Willelmne de Croft & Dionisia vx~ 

ejus, Mu^rchant de Bestes . . xij.d. 

Willelmus Chapman . . . iiij.^. 

Thomas Martyn .... xiij.c^. 

Johannes Cokes . ... iiij.d. 

Summa — ^xxiiij.t. x.d. 



(Membrane 28, column 1.) 

VlLLATA DB KnOTTTKGLAY. 

Juliana yiC Johannis Butteler' . iiij.rf. 

Isabella filia ejus . . . . iiij.d, 

Johannes 61ius ejus . . . iiij.e^. 

Alicia filia ejus . . . . iiij.e^. 



iitj.d. 

• • • • ■ 

mj.a. 
vj.A 

• • • « m 

Ulj.O. 

• • • • » 

luj.cr. 

• • • • ■ 

UlJ.tf. 

• • • • ■ 

uij.a. 
luj.cL 

• • • • « 

mya. 
mj.<2. 
uij.dL 



Willelmus Ceterday & Alicia v^ 

ejus 

Willelmus filius ejus . . . 
Betissa Browne, Taylour . 
k Robertus seruus ejus . . . 
Margareta ati cilia ejus 
Margareta \:C de Bewrlay . . 
Willelmus Thorn wod* k ▼x*'ejus . 
Thomas Holme k Agnes vx** ejus 
Johannes Rjche .... 
Willelmus Brode k Margareta vx" 

ejus 

Thomas filius Thome k Johanna 

vx"" ejus 

Rogerus de Wakfeld' k Johanna 

vx^ejus iiij.d. 

Thomas seruiens ejus . iiij.ci. 

Thomas filius Alexandri k Agnes 

vx"* ejus ' iiij.tif. 

Johannes Hare k tx*" ejus . iiij.<2. 

Willelmus filius Thome k vx*" 

ejus iiij.<2. 

Adam de Popoltoii k vx" ejus . iiij.ti. 
Willelmus Hare k Johanna yx" 

ejus iiij.(2. 

Thomas de JBeyall' k yx ejus • uij.d. 
Robertus Tot k Agnes vx" ejus . iiij.<<. 
Alicia YiT Thome . . . . iiiyd. 
Symon filius ejus . . . iiij.d. 
Johannes Hicksofi k Johanna Yf 

ejus . ■ . . . . . uij,d. 
Johannes Wyld' k Ag^es vx"' 

ejus ...... iiij.il 

Agnes filia Johannis Mylner . . uiyd, 
Thomas de Castell' k Johanna yiT 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Robertus Skeltoft k Johanna tx"^ 

ejus iiij.ct. 

k filia ejus .... iiij.ci. 

Johannes Derman k Alicia yx*" 

ejus iu}.d. 

Nicholaus seruiens ejus . . iiij.(i. 
Johannes Symond' k Ag^es vx" 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Willelmus filius ejus , . . iiij.<i. 
Johannes Rrotherton k vx" ejus . iiij.^f. 
Johannes Boner . ... iiij.d. 
Rogerus Tumour k vx" ejus . iiij.c^. 
Margareta Rafly , . . . uij.d, 
Johannes Balne . • . . iiij.«{. 
Juliana seruus ejus . . . iiij.(i. 

Johannes Ryaon k Alicia vx"^ 

ejus iiij.o. 

Adam Lepper k Agnes vx*" ejus . iiij.dL 
Petrus Schephirde k Johanna yiT 

ejus ..... iiij.<i 

Henricus Manerd k Margareta vx*" 

ejus . . ... . . iuj.d, 

Johannes ^ohenge k vx" ejus iiij.d 

Isabella filia ejus . . iiiyd, 

Thomas Arsse k vx" eju» . . iiij.cf. 



** Ix. Little Smeaton. 



WAPPBNTAGIUM D£ OSQODCBOSSE. 



27 



Johumes Aaae frmtar ejus & Agoat 

T^T «ju« iiij.(i. 

TbtvtDM SiwoA & TX* ejus . . ii\j.d. 

WiLelmna hlias ejus . . u\yd. 

Johaanes Maaerd & Tx* ejus . .• iiij.(i. 

JobuuMft Byard & Agnes t:^ ejus iiij.cf. 
JohaaiM* Ryche & Majvareta vx" 

• • • • » 

uij.a. 

• • • ■ a 

ruj^i. Tj.a. 



ViLLATA Au8TOK\" 

ThnoHM Sehorhj & Agnes rf" 

fjttS .... 

Tbijass Toting' 

J.^uonsB Baysyn ft M»tiM> t:^ 

ifus .... 

JubaoDss SinhH (f) ft Katilda yx"^ 

ejus 

WUlfelniiis SehidUnd' ft Johanna 

▼X* ejos . • « . 
If aulda laebeU' . 
JohaoDca d« Abay ft Johanna nC 

ejus .... 

Biardna WiUde ft Johanna tx" 

ejtw • • . . . 
Helwa Itori ft Senota vx* ejus 
Kjfmm «tte Styhiir ft AHci* tx*^ 

ejus, Marcktmi . 
Johannca Champian 
Johanna Frara • 
TVjinaa Webesior ft Agnes tx~ 

ejus, Wtbtter 
Alidalabeir 

Iticardus Isbell* ft Diot' tx" ejus 
Jofaannea seruiens ejus 
kicanius Ward' ft Agnes vx'^ ejus 
AlSci* Waide 
J.>fasnnes Wsfd' . 
Htf^gcTQS de Thomervi' ft Alicia 

Tx*ejus .... 
AipMS nlu ejus 
j. hanni fili* ejus 
Thomas Taylonr ft OiUot* tC 

ejus, TaiUwtr . 
J<4ianna Ljnde 
JiihannflB Tar{n]er ft Matilda viC 

ejos .... 
Jihaiww Chanter . 



uij.a. 

• V • • • 

uij.a. 

■ • • • m 

Ulj.Ct. 

• • • * m 

liij.a. 
iiij.a. 
iiij.d. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 
uij.d. 

T).d. 

• • • • s 

uij.d. 

vj.rf. 
myd. 



(Membrane 23, column 2.) 

.Mieia filia ejus .... itij.rf. 

Ketnda filia ejus . ... itij.'/. 

>1 ujcn Byrpn ft Johanna yx^ ejus . iiij.i^ 

I 1 A," Daynuir .... iiij if. 

U bertos fRc,;^ ft Alicia tx" eju& iuj.d. 

WiUelmos Liet* ... iiiyd. 



luj.a. 

• • • ■ ■ 

uij.o. 
mj.a. 

TJ.rf. 



• • • • m 

uij.a. 
»• • • • 
iuj.a. 

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uij.a. 

• • • • 9 

mj.a. 
ij.f. 

■ • • • « 

iuj.a. 
mj.a. 



Willelmus Thornyll' ft Diot' tx' 

ejus 

Adam Carter ft Kmmot* vx'*' ejus 
Johannes Frere Hibbot' vx~eju8 
Johannes Issebell' ft Johanna vx' 



ejus 



Willelmus Derman Betiicia yx~ 

ejus 

Magota seruiens ejus 

Johannes Issebell' ft Emmot' vx' 



ejus, 



Thomas Issabell' ft Johanna y^ 
ejus 

Ricardus Bafibrti. 

Willelmus Scausby & Leticia yx"" 
ejus 

Adam Wadinlof . 

Johannes fillus Willelmi Johanna 
yx" ejus . .' . 

Johannes filius Thome ft Alicia 



yx ejus .... 
Matilda Itori . . 
Johannes (filius ejus) . 
ft Matilda filia ejus . 
Johannes atte Baris ft Hebot' yiT 

ejus 

Johiannes de Norto& 

Agnes yif ejus 

Willelmus de Holte ft Alicia yif 

ejus 

Alicia Bole .... 

Roberttts Warfeld' . 

Robertus Taylour ft Alicia yjT 

Ta(i)Uour 
Johannes de Scausby ft Johanna 

yif ejus, Smyth* . 
Willelmus Titofl ft AlicU yiT 

ejus 

Willelmus de Schrlay {tic), Souter^ 

ft Kmmot' yi.'" ejus 
Willelmus de Air. 
Hugo de Huscroft' ft Agnes yx' 

ejus 

Cisot' de Hustcroft* . 

Margareta filia ejus. 

Edmundus de Holme, Barker*, ft 

Alicia yx~ ejus. 
Johannes Holler 
Ricardus Pog' seruiens ejus. 
Johanna de Holme, Webster . 
Johanna Webester 
Rogerus Leche ft Agnes yx"" ejus 
Johannes ffrankis 
Johanna Huscrefl seruiens ejus 
Adam de HoUme, Walktr . 
Robertus Laysyng* ft Agnes yx 

ejus ..... 
Hibot' de Buskeby 
IVtrus Ttoing (?) ft Diof vx^ ejus 
Rogerus de Qrene ft Annot' vx* 

ejus 



• • • • « 

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• • • • « 

iiij.a. 

■ • • ■ « 

iiij.a. 

• •• • « 

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• • • • « 

uij.a. 

■ • • • « 

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• • • • « 

mj.a. 



• • • • -m 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

mj.a. 

■ « « « « 

mj.a. 

• • • • m 

mj.a. 
mj-o. 

• V • • « 

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• • • • « 

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• • • ■ m 

Uij.a. 

mj.a. 

... . . 
mj.a. 

mj.a. 

• • • • -m 

IIIJ. a. 

• • • « * 

mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 

yj.d. 

yj.d. 

mj.a. 

yj.d. 
mj.a. 

mj.a. 
iiiyd. 
mj.a. 

ij.#. 
... • J 
iiij.rt. 

iiij. (2. 

yj.<i. 

yj.dL 

yj</. 

t • • > « 

mj.a. 

mj.o. 

vj.rf. 

• • • • • 

mj.ff. 
iiij.'/. 
iiij d. 

mj.a. 



>* Now Owstun 



28 



WAPPENTAOIUM DB OSGODCROSSB. 



Thomas de Qrene & Alicia tx"' 

ejus iiij.^. 

Adam filius iuj.d. 

& Hugo filius ejus . . . iu^.d, 

Johannes filius Magoie & Agnes 

viC ejus iiiyd. 

Willelmus de Thomholme k Stella 

(?) (vr) ejus, Dyker. . . vj.d. 

Hugo filius ejus . . . . iiij.tf. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . iiij.cf. 

Agnes Summerhil* . . . . iiij.d 

Adam de Thomholme Diot' Yf 

• « • • « 



ejus , 



Willelmus de Hage & Betricia vx" 

ejus mj.a. 

Johannes Launde & Agnes vx^ 

ejus m}.d. 

Agnes filius Thome . . . iiij.o?. 
Robertus Drfi&lld' (<ic) & Johanna 

vx^ejus myd, 

Johannes de ffemelay k Alicia viT 

ejus iiij.<:2. 

Johannes Leche & Isabella vf 

ejus. ..... iiij.d. 

Summa — zxziiij.«. yu.}.d. 



ViLLATA DB HaBHTN. *• 

Johannes Hayll' Margareta vif 

ejus, Peryman . . . . vj.rf. 
Johannes Moram k Cecilia tx" 

ejus, fferyman .... TJ.rf. 
Willelmus Baituur' k Beatrix vx" 

ejus iiij.f:^. 

Symon Telar' k Alicia V3f ejus . myd. 
Rogerus Sarchantman & Johanna 

v^ ejus iiij.c?. 

BicarduB Camsall* k Alicia tiT 

ejus iiij.c^. 

Thomas SSmyth k Agnes vx" ejus, iiij.c?. 
Johannes seruiens . . . iiij.(2. 
Robertus Taylour k Johanna 

vx^ejus vj.d. 

Willelmus Ratofi. k Johanna vx^ 

ejus, Smyth* . . . . vj.d. 
Johannes seruiens ejus . . . iiij.tf. 
Cristina seruiens ejus . . . iiij.ef. 
Thomas Qwep k Johanna y^ 

ejus inj.d. 

Robertus Qud'feir . . . iiij.ef. 
Thomas Raubot k Johanna v^ . iiiyd. 
Johanna Raubot .... iiij.d 
Adam Feriman k Johanna v:^ 

ejus YJ.d. 



(Membrane 23, column 3.) 



• •• • • 

lUJ.tf. 

• • ■ • • 

uij.a. 
mj.a. 



uij.a. 
vj.d. 

• • ■ • « 

UIJ.O. 
Ulj.O. 



Thomas seruiens ejus . 
Johannes filius ejus. 



• •• • « 

. UIJ.O. 

. . luj.a. 



Symon Yendilok' k EaMV tx" 

ejus 

Johannes Ibotsofi k Matilda tx* 

ejus ...'.. 
Henricus Vendilok' k Matilda vx" 

ejus 

Willelmus Taylour k Dionisius 

(«c) vx" ejus . . . . 
Johannes Halman k Alicia yl 

ejus, Flessher .... 
Magota Merehalk 
Johannes Douf k Johanna yiT 

ejus 

Adam Gybsofl k Mariota vx*" ejus, 

Drapour 

Annot' seruieens {sic) ejus . 
Willelmus Haryeth. . . . 
Willelmus BuTgh k Johanna y:^ 

ejus, WrigK .... 
WUlelmus Wendelok' k Cecilia 

Tjfejus 

Elys Burton k Matilda yC ejus . 
Hugo Smyth k Matild& vx" ejus . 
Johannes seruiens ejus. 
Margareta seruiens ejas • . . 
Thomas Trout k Agnes Yf ejus . 
Magota semiens ejus . 
Robertus Haynso& k Beatrix yiC 

ejus 

Kmmot* seruiezis ejus . 
Willelmus seruiens ejus . . . 
Thomas Hulet k Alicia vif ejus . 
Johannes Qybsofi k Ksabella tjT 

6 J UB • • • • • • 

WiUelmus Saper* k Matilda yiT 
ejus . . . . . . 

Willelmus Thecal' 

Johannes Caupland*. . . . 

Adam Qrayf k Margareta vsf 

Johanna Grajf . . . 

Matilda Maradl' .... 
Johannes Hayfy k Matilda vx*' 

ejus 

Johannes Taylour k Agnes yif 

ejus . . ■ . a • 
Robertus Hatter . . . . 
Alicia seruiens ejus . 
Recardus («tc) Barcar' Johanna vx" 

ejus 

Galfridus Barcar &; Isabella yjT 

ejus iiij.<i. 

Johannes Braydhed' k Mariota tx** 

.ejus, Smyth* . . . . vj.rf. 
Thomas seruiens ejus • . . myd, 
Ricardus seruiens ejus . . . iiij.cf. 
Isabella seruiens ejus . . . iiij.<2. 
Robertus Hagot k Alicia yiC 

ejus iiij.if. 

Johanna Bayldon . • , . iiij.<2. 
Johannes seruiens ejus . . myd. 



xij.fi. 
mj.a. 

■ • • • « 

mj.a. 

Yyd. 

mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.o. 

• •• • • 

mj.o. 

• •• • « 

mj.a. 

• • • • _■ 

iiij.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • » • 

mj.a. 

• ■ • ■ • 

mj.a. 

• « ■ • ff 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• •• • m 

mj.o. 

• • • • « 

liij.a. 

• ■ • • m 

mj.a. 

mj.d. 
mj.a. 

f • « • J 

mj.a. 

mj.a. 

yj.rf. 
mj.a. 

• • • • v 

mj.a. 

• • • ■ « 

mj.a. 



*• 7.e. Armin. 



WAPPEKTAOIUM DE 0SG0D0R09SE. 



29 



WiOelfflnB Bnftn ft XargareU rx" 

«jiBi, Ckaptman 
WiOehnaa ■oruieiis ejus 
lUgma Badnuai mkn' (?) . . 
Tb'imM Souter & Cecilia Ti" ejiu 
JLibflrtua iUyll* k Johaooa vx" 
fjos. • • • . > 
Smytli* . «... 
nruMos ejoB 
ruianaejiii . . 

Boi^Bnifl QoU & Ifai^veU yx" 
ejus. • . • • • 

M^ota atOHngloft . . . 

Sjummi Pid* Ifc Jobaniu rx^ejut . 
Jvhtmaam Hmstjoot k Johanna tx" 
•jua. • • . . . 
WUlalmiia Hayr k Johanna tx*" 

•J» 

WiUelmoa Smyth k Alicia t:^ 

ejus. 

Adam dal fiayldofi k Johanna 

tC ^^m 

Jobmm dm Wjdajrf tlaam (I) 
Alicia Alook* . . . . 



idyd. 

• • • • _» 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 

TJ.rf. 

itij.a. 
uij.a. 

• « • « • 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 

iiij.<2. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 



liMnrBMi 



Boot k Matilda Tif 



uij.a. 

»• • • • 

uij.a. 
luj.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 
inj.o. 
uij^a. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 



cjna 

TVmiM Boia k UargareU tC 

•JOB. • • • • • 

Alicia Qv&p . . . . 

Baroai^ k Alicia yiC 



mj.a. 



•joa 

TVomaa aaniiaoa ajua . • 

nomaa Barov k Edonia tx"* 
Jobaaom ToriL* k MagoU tx" 

•jna 

▲Ikaa Galas 

J^tkmnnm Clark' k Johanna t^ 

viOB 

Xtbannea Clark* & Agnes ▼jT ejus 
SymoQ Terre (f) k Agnet* {tie) 

▼x'ejos 

WilWlaiia Fachlayk' ft AUeU tT 

•!«• 

Rogtfas ICaahsr k Alicia vf ejus 

SiumnA — ^xxxiiij.«. 



iiij.<2. 
uij.a. 

• •• • • 

iuj.a. 
uij.oL 
uij.a. 

lllj.O. 

iuj.a. 

uij.a. 
iuj.a. 

wj.a. 

uij.oL 

Ulj.O. 



(Msmbnaa 236, column 1.) 
VizxATA m Soutb'ilmisbali. 

VU^tmtn Onjnflsofl k Sibilla vx* 
•jus iiij.(i. 

Riosrdiia Otmyiiesoft ft Johanna 
T^«jiia uij.o. 

BamrdoB RobeK ft Dionisia tiT 
•jam, Taplvmr • • . . Tj.tf. 

EmmaiUiaejaa . . iiij.d 



Robertus Elys .... 
Ricardus Belay ft Elena YiT ejus . 
Kioardus Wilkynsoft . . 

Robertus DicofiaoA ft Alicia ▼x"' 



ejus, 



Johannes Smyth junior ft Elena 

Tx'ejus 

Kicholaus seruiens ejus 
Robertus Wilkynsofl ft Matilda 

Tx* ejus 

WiUelmus Dobsofi ft Emma v^ 

ejus 

Beatrix Ward' 

Johannes Mollard ft Agnes nC 

ejus 

Johannes de Wadeeworth' ft Ag- 
nes vi* ejus 

WiUelmus BeU* ft Alicia tx" 

ejus 

Riokrdus BeU' ft Matilda v^ ejus 
Ricardus Wiikynson, Sm^" . . 
WiUelmus seruiens WiUcdmi Bell' 

ft Emma yiT ejus . 
Magota Skynner . . 
Johannes de Berwik* ft Johanna 

TiTejua 

Sabina atte Brig^ . . . . 
WiUelmus Smyth' ft Johanna yx" 

ejus, Snjfth' .... 
Cecilia seruus ejus . • . . 
Magota seruiens ejus . 
Ricardus de Ledersege • . . 
Adam de ffrikelay 
Ricardus Wattesoft ft Msgota nC 

ejus 

Robertus fiUus Ricardi Wattesoft 

ft Johanna y:C ejus . 
Alicia de Whittelay . . 

Johannes SibaoA & MatUda yx* 

ejus, Smyth* .... 
Thomas Smyth ft MatUda t^ 

ejus 

Robertus atte Lytheyate ft AUda 

Tx" ejus, TcUlour • 

Johannes Kok' ft Cristiana tx" 



« • • • « 

luj.a. 

• ■ • * « 

iiij.a. 
uij.a. 

uij.a. 



iuj.a. 

• •• > 9 

uij.a. 

• « • • « 

uij.oL 

iuj.a. 
iuj.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 



*• • • m 

uij.a. 

• • • * m 

lllj.O. 

• • • • m 

uiya, 

• • • • m 

uij.a. 

uij.a. 
mj.a. 

lllj.O. 

mj.a. 
▼j.rf. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 

• • • ■ « 

iiij.a. 

U1J.O. 

• • • • • 

Ulj.O. 

mj.a. 
iiij.a. 

• • • • • 

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vj.rf. 

• • t • • 

iuj.a. 



ejus 



Henricus Whyte ft Agnes nC ejus 
Nicholaus Johannasofi ft Agnes 

T^ejus 

Henricus Derkyn . 

Thomas Skynner ft Emma t^ 

ejus 

NabUlaLyteU* . . . . 
Isabella seruiens WiUelmi Smyth' 
MatUda Cok' . . . . 
WUlelmus Derkyn ft Johanna v^ 

ejus 

WiUelmus Wryght ftCliva^Tx"* 

ejus, Cnrtwriyht (f) . 

Ilugo Robert 

Alida fiUa WUlehni NellesoA 



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uij.a. 

• • • ■ • 

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uij.a. 

• • • • J 

u\).a. 



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Ulj.O. 

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... a 

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^ ShouU be OUva. 



30 



WAPl'iSNTAOlUH DB OSGODCKOSSE. 



luj.a. 
mj.a. 



Emma Trigot' iiiyd. 

Margareta iilia Jobannis Smyth* . iiij.c/. 
Kicardua filiuB Kicardi de BeA- 

worth iiij.rf. 

Alicia Graynewyfe . . . . iiij.d 
llobertus Uellenian . . . iiij.^Z. 
Kobertus Skymier & Isabella V]f 

ejus .... . liiyd. 

Johamies Howet*. . -. . iiiyd, 
Thomas filius Thomesmyth* . . iiij.^. 
Johannes Kobertman atte Lythe- 

gat' iiij.d. 

Johannes filius Jobannis de Frik- 

elay iiij./£. 

Alicia Wilkynsondogbter . iiiyd. 

Ricardus Wryghtdoghter . . iiij.d. 
Adam de Baumford & Isabella 

vx'ejus iiij.£^. 

Ricardus Pollerd & Matilda v^ 

ejus iiij.<f. 

Matheus Walscheman . . uiyd. 

Johannes Dobsofi 9l Emma vx" 

ejus . . . . . . iiij.ef. 

Willelmus Taylour k Alicia tx*" 

ejus 

Thomas Gepsofl A Magota Yf 

ejus 

BobertuB Diotsofi & Dionisia vz" 

ejus iuj.d. 

Willelmus Marschall' . . . iiij.d 

Agnes de Hoton .... iiij.t^. 

Margareta Perrin (f) . . . iiij.c^. 

Summa — xxiij.«. iyd. 



(Membrane 236, column 2.) 

YlLULTA DE BBOHALLE. 

Willelmus Nell* k Emma y^ ejus, 

Taylour vj.d. 

Agnes Willewyf . . . . iiij.rf. 

Johanna filia ejus • . . iiij.c;^. 

Johanna Jonkynwyf . . . iiij.^. 

Johanna filia ejus . . . iiij.d. 
Johannes Diconsoii k Johanna y^ 

ejus, Walker . . . . vj.d. 

Johannes Warde k Agnes y:C ejus iiij.d. 
HenricuB Willeeoft & Ciistiana vjT 

ejus iiij.d 

Johannes Jonkynson k Johanna 

Yx^ejuB iiij.d 

Robertus Couper k Elena yiC 

ejus iiij.d. 

Isabella Yoir . . . . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes YoU' k Alicia ytC ejus . iiiyd. 
Johannes Wilkynsofi k Johanna 

▼x" ejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus Wilkynsofl . . . iiij.rf. 
Willelmus Birkynman k Johanna 

vx~ ejus iiij.d. 

Thomas Oubray k Isabella vx^ 

ejus, Smyth* . yj.d. 



Cecilia de Wynkelay . . . \\\}.*l. 

Johannes Daweaoil, Taylour . . \ytl. 

Eua Robert iiij.'^. 

Alan us filius ejus . . . . iiij.^^. 
Willelmus Thomesotk k Emmavx" 

ejus iiij.r/. 

Dionista Thomewyf . . . iiij.d. 

Thomas filius ejus . . . iiij.(/. 

Johanna filia ejus . . . . iiij.(i. 
Willelmus Jaksun k Johanna filia 

ejus iiij.d, 

Cecilia de Knolle . . . . iiiyd. 
Johannes Birkyne k Katerina vxT 

ejus ixij.d. 

Thomas de Birkyn . . . . iiij.ci. 
Johannes de Stubbes k Auicia 

vx'ejuB iiij.d. 

Robertus Nanaofi k Agnes yx~ 

ejus m}.d. 

Robertus Diconsoii k Johanna 

ejus. . . . . . iuj.d. 

Johanna Mome . . . . iiij.(^. 

Johannes filius ejus . . . iiij.//. 

Katerina Meyn . . . . iiij.c/. 

Henrious Kayner k Agnes v^ 

ejus, Taylour . . . , yj.d. 

Johannes Emmesoli . . . iiij.ci. 
Johannes Denny k Elisabetha yx 

ejus uij.a. 

Willelmus Dicoli. k Agnes tiT 

ejus, Smyth* ▼j.dL 

Johannes del West k Agnet yx"^ 

ejus, Walker . . • ryd. 
Johannes Denny k Matilda y:C 

ejus iiij.fi. 

Thomas Crudd' k Auicia y^ ejus uiyl, 

Rogerus Kell' k Matilda yx"* ejus, iiij.c/. 
Aciam Uayre k Alicia viT ejus, 

Webetter yj.rf. 

Emma Kell* iiij.c/. 

Johannes del Grene . . . iiij.c/. 

Thomas del Qrene . . . . uiyd. 

Emma del Qrene. . . . uij.d. 

Johanna Jame (?) . . . . iiij.e/. 
Summa — xyij.«. iuj.c/. 



YlLLATA DE ROUHALL' (f). 

Willelmus de Prestofi k Agnes j dimid. 

YiTejuSjSerigant . . ( marc. 

Thomas seruiens ejus iiij.ci. 

Johanna Mergeretdoghter . . iiij.c/. 

Mergareta Dey .... iiij.c/. 

Willelmus filius Jobannis . . iiij.c/. 

Thomas filius ejus . . . iiij.c/. 

Johannes Williamson . . . iiij.c/. 

Alexander Cok' .... iiij.c/. 

Thomas de Parysch' . . . iiij.c/. 

Auicia Moyne .... iiij.c/. 
Ricardus fieldrak* k Elizabetha 

Y3fejus iiij.c/. 

Summa— x.s. 



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81 



ViLLATA DR BkKLBBOK*.** 

WUklimia IngeU* & Johanna vxT 

ijus iuj.(2. 

WiMmos Sajnt Poole & MatUda 

▼x* ejus iiij.ii. 

ThocDaa Shephiid* liij.d. 

Pclraa del Uay ft Johanna tx* J dimid. 

Oalfridai luuiiini ejaa . . . iiij.ct. 

■entieMejiu. . iiij.d. 

aeniienaejoa . . iiij.d. 

ejos . . uij.a. 

JohaoDea Ragfvs . . iig.^i. 

J«haiiiMi Htslyn .... iiiyd, 

DiuiiiaiaM aeruiaos ejaa . • . iuj.(f. 

Haf^ireta HelTn .... iiij.d. 

Willalmna Sayllea . ... iig.dL 

Bobertua Lon^ikyB . . iiij.d. 

Jofaaoaea ie (^uthorA . . itiyd, 

Johanna de Cauthorft . iiij.d. 

Rohartua Hatter ... iiij.<f . 
Hobertoa Laaey k Xargarela tx* 

ajua iuj.a. 

. . luj.a. 



(Hcabcmne 236, column 8.) 
Blakflworth' & Emma t^ 



•joa . 
Johanoet fllioa ejoa 
flUkia de SlepUl*^ . 



egua. 
Somma — ziiiJA iilj.ci. 



1UJ.CI. 

mj.a. 

*« • • J 

UiJ.O. 

• « « • a 

iii].a. 

• •• • • 

uij.a. 



ViLLATa OK KfLTltOTOli'. 

Jefctimaa Hardere ft Agnes tx" 

ejua iig.a. 

Hcoricoa Weatrrn ft Alicia tx" 

ejus mj.a. 

WiUelmua de Teriholm' ft Emma 

Tt^ejua }i}i'^' 

Johanna filia ejoa . . iiij.c/. 

JohaoDea Rutte ft Auieia Tx'ejus itij.</. 

Johannaa Weai .... iiij.<i. 

Bogorna Damjot' . . iiij.<<. 
Kkardna Roper ft Alida tx* ejua, 

Vomper ▼}.<!. 

iDbertao Cooper ft Agneo tx* 

ejoa iiij.<i. 

M*^int** Dikaofi ft Johanna tx* 

afos uij.tf. 

RobaKoa fillua Ricardi . . . iiij.<^. 

Rohertoa Uo«reeuft . viyfi, 

Robertoa IhmM .... ihj.d. 

Johanoea Robynaoft . iiij.c^. 



Bobertua Williamaoi^ . . iiij.<i. 

Alicia seruiens ejus . . . iiij c/. 

Willelmua Willia{naou . . . iiij.r/. 

Alicia WilUamwyf ' . . . iiij.r/. 

Alicia del Oamme . . . . iiij.cj. 

Willelmua fillua ejuB . . . iiij.d. 

Robertua filiua dicte AUcie . . inj.d. 

Agnea del Gamme . . iiij.d. 

Johannea filiua dicti Johannia, 

Smyth* Tj.d, 

Auieia Mllner .... iiij.d, 

RogeruB de Knottynglay . . . iiij.ci. 

Cuatancia Nicoldoghter . . iig.</. 

CecUia AlUcok* .... iiij.rf. 

Johanna Preatdogfater . . . iiij.f/. 

Cecilia Birkyn iiij.<i. 

Alicia Birkyn .... iiij.c£. 

'Johannea filiua ejua . . . ii^.ci. 

Johannea Birkyn . • . iiij .(2. 

AUcia Qefdoghter .... iiij.d, 

Alicia Defray wyf ' . . . iuyd, 

Agnea filia ejua . . . . iiij.c^. 
Willelmua Neuooyn ft Alicia yx" 

ejua .... . iiij.rf. 

Willelmua fillua ejua . . . iiij.c/. 

Thomaa fifox ft Agnea yjT ejua . iiij.</. 

Alicia Grene iiij.U. 

Robertua Chelleray, Wtbater . Tj.«/. 

Alicia Smyth' iiij.c/. 

Willelmua Scole .... iuj.d. 
Johannea Burgayne ft Agnea y^ 

ejua ...... inytf. 

Cecilia Hardowe . . . . iiij.r/. 

Alicia de ffiiU' iiij.«/. 

Henricua Shephird' . . . iiij.(/. 
Willelmua Spenaere ft Agnes vx" 

ejua iiij.ef. 

Agnea Speosere .... iiij.cf. 

Ricardua U»chet' . • . . iiij.d. 

Johannea PresteaoA . . . iiij.ci. 

Johannea filiua ejua . . . iiij.fl(. 
Rogerua Smyth' ft Agnes tx* ejua, 

Smyth* v'].d, 

Johannea Weatryn • . . . iiij.<^ 

Johannea I'hryue . . • ivyd. 

Elizabetha filia ejua . . . iuyd. 

Johannea ULion . . . . iiij </. 

Alexander Keng' & Alicia tx" ejua iiij d. 

Willelmua Uodefray . . . uij.d. 

Alicia Batewyf ' . . . iiij.d. 

8umma~xx.f. iiij.d. 



YlLLATA 01 QUKLDALB. 

Adam de Roderfeld', Chiualer, ft 

Agnes vx' ejua « . • . xx.#. 

Robertua Mathewe ft Johanna 
viTejiia • . ... iiij.f/. 

Johanna filia ejua . iiij.</. 



^ Now Slielbruuke. 



32 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB OSGODCBOSSE. 



RobertuB Perkynsoii & Petronilla 

vx'ejuB .... 
Thomafl Coyne 
Robertufl de Carletoil . 
Isabella de Carletoli 
Johannes Mahewe 
Thomas Shaket' . 
Robertus de Saxton . 

Summa — xxhj.s. 



(Membrane 24, column 1.) 
Snatth. 
Ricardus de Snayth, Atioumatus 

Thomas de Snayth, Seriaunt', | 

Alicia vx~ ejus . . • ) 
Alicia Brandan .... 
Willelmus del Wode Matilda yjT 

ejus 

Johanna de Hok* . 

Stephanus Roos Matilda v^ ejus 

Alicia de Stubbes • 

Johanna filia ejus . 

Johannes de Scarghyll' Mai^gareta 

Tx" ejus .... 
Alanus Walkere, WaUcere 
Ricardus Bryane . . • 
Ricardus Marynell' Agnes yx' 

ejus 

Willelmus de Stirstorpe Beatrix 

vx"* ejus, Tayl4}ur 
Cecilia seruienc' ejus 
Izabella Burdofi . 
Alicia do Snayth 
Aueiina de Leybume . 
Willelmus Spenser . 
Willelmus Uardhede . 
Johannes Edmund Johanna vx' 

ejus 

Thomas Lady 

Ricardus Lady 

Reginaldus Flesshewere Agnes 

vx'*ejus .... 
Adam Webster Cecilia vx" ejus 
Willelmus de Stubbes Johanna 

vx" ejus, Sutor 
Johanna Qarnet* 
Thomas Adam & Alicia vx*" ejus, j 

Attume .... I 

Margareta del Hoke, Webester 
Alexander de Hok' . . . . 
Ricardus de Thometoft 
Marioria de Drax . . . . 
Johannes Aylese Agnes vx" ejus . 
Johannes Walkere Magota v^f 

ejus 

Alexander Chapman Agnes yiC 

ejus, Tayleyour . . • . 
Cecilia seruienc' ejus . 
Johannes Fox Custancia vx" ejus . 
Johannes Pynder Izabella vx*^ ejus 



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iiij.a. 
iiij.a. 

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• » ■ ■ ■ 

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• • • • « 

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. viij.a. 

dimid. 

marc. 

• • • • « 

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• • « • "■ 

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• • * • m 

iiij.a. 

• • • • 1 

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uij.a. 

luj.a. 
vj.d. 

• • « ■ « 

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mj.o. 

mj.a. 
mj.o. 

vj.d. 

mj.a. 

dimid. 

marc. 

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mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

mj.a. 



V.d. 

• • • • _m 

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•• • • J 
mj.a. 



Johannes Pyper Agnes yiC ejus . iitj.<2. 
Johannes de Wrtlay Agnes vx" 

ejus iiij.ti. 

Petrus de CruU' Alicia vxT ejus, 

Ostelere xij.<2. 

Thomaa de Crull' Agnes vx" ejus iiij.c^. 

Ricardus Kemry Izabella vif ejus iiij.d. 

Johanna Kemry .... iiiyd. 

Robertus Lyster Gillot' vx" ejus . iiij.d. 
Willelmus Oufflete Emma viT 

ejus iiij.lj. 

Johannes Lytster Matilda vjf ejus iiij.c^. 

Elizabetha SmaU'wode . . . iiij.d. 

Gillot' Fox iiij.d. 

Johazmes Fox Agnes tC ejus, Tay- 

lyw yj.d. 

Johanna seruienc' ejusdem Jo- 

hannis iiij.cf. 

Robertus Marschall' & Emma vx" 

ejus, Smi/th* vj.rf. 

EuaSaundur .... iiij.c^. 

Cecilia Whippe . . . . iiij.<£. 

Johannes Cooke & Alicia vx" ejus iiij.cl. 
Willelmus Kechyn & Beatrix vx" 

ejus, Smyth* vj.rf 

Willelmus Cowper Alicia vx" ejus m}.d, 
Henrious Heyndflagh' Beatrix v^ 

ejus iiij.d. 

Willelmus Whelewryght* Agnes 

viTejus iiij.d. 

Johannes de Nabume Johanna vx" 

ejus ■ . \\i].d. 

Robertus Lentoft Alicia vx"ejus iiij.d 
Johannes de Beuerlay Johanna vx" 

ejus iiij.ei. 

Henricus de Brvgg* Alicia v^ 

ejus iiij.(2. 

Willelmus Dey Isabella vif ejus . m^,d, 
Robertus de West Johanna Yi" 

ejus iiij.c^. 

Colecta de Rughschawe . . iiij.cf. 
Johannes Hugh lot & Mariona (f 

or Marioria) vx" ejus . . . iiij.<2. 
Johannes Ryscher Johanna v:^ 

ejus iiij.(£. 

Johanna de More . . . . iiij.<2. 

Thomas Cokk Alicia vif ejus . iiij.c^. 



(Membrane 24, column 2.) 

Elizabet deBurgon. . . . iiij.<2. 
Johannes seruiens de Henrici de 

Gledwe iiij.rf. 

Johannes Graunt Isabella vjf ejus, 

SmyOC . . . . . vj.c/» 

Willelmus seruiens ejus . . iWyd, 

Thomaa Bagger . . . . iiij.<i. 

Robertus Webster . . , iiij.rf. 

Honricus Bonde Cecilia ex" ejus . iiij.ei. 
Johannes Vndyrhyll' & Gyllot* 

vx"ejus iiij.d. 

Alicia filia ejus . . . . iiij.d 

Thomas Knaptofi Matilda vx" ejus \\\'}.d. 

Willelmus filius ejus . . . iiiyd. 



WAPPENTAGIUH DB OSGOBCBOSSE. 



S3 



Jokinafli de Dimyiofi Hariona tx* 

t}9» ... 

ThocBM iUiaa ejo« 

Jokuaei Boode Johanna Tifejiu 

JohamM TOa k, BoOrix tx" 



C|gs 



AlWaodw de Qledow Johutna yx* 

.•P« 

KaunaWttU* 

Alida Tuiiimii Heoriei Qledehow 

MiUdmns JackaoA Alicia nC 

CJOB .... 

Rkardoa wnileni ejus 

filiaWiUelmi . . 

lift ejos 
Wjiklmiie G:rlbert» Sm^\ Jo- 

oeraiens ejos 
WjUalmiie ecji uiem ejus . . . 
Elcaa aemicne ejus 
HflBricue de Qledehow, Samta^, 

KlflBe t:!^ ejus 
HcBricoe filius ejiu 
AlidalUiaejiie . . . 

■mieiie ejue . 
Skott Cedlie nT ejne . 
Aden Kydd* Emmot* rx* ejus 
Johaimes filins WUlehni Judsoii 
Alids Tx* ejus .... 
Adun WyUewA Cecilia t£- ejus . 
WiUdmos de Tyrdale . 
Msf^puwla CaiDTne . 
Bealrix filia ejus .... 
Johtnnes 8kott Alicia rx ejus . 
Jnhsnns filia ejos 
HsBricos Whrte Agnes tx* ejus . 
Robntos de Daltofi . . 

BcBnena Hordaiie Elcoa tx* ejus 

Johaanes de Sombj . 

TbonuM Kowyks^ 1fn^4% Julisaa 

▼iTejaa 

Cecilia Lyrieoke 

Ilolwrias de Piestoft 

Lanraoeias Rodd', 8mftk\ Alicia 
▼x^ejus 

lliftildaDMijer . . . . 

Mstilda senueos Lanrendi Rudd' 

WiUslmiis de Colbj . . 

WiDcbnosStasnl' 

Attc^HMhoi. 

Jobanna de Booirof i . 

Johannes Hunler . 

Ubabel Snyth' . 

Adam Canyne 

BcBriens JoesA, Smyth* 

Benrictts seniieos ejus . 

Easna aamiens ejos . 

Wdlefaava Coke Alicia tx* ejus 

VOlriaitts Coke Alicia tx* ejus 

Johsaaa semiens ejus . 

Johsanes flkere, Hmrekant 

Benricassvuiens ejus 

Alida s e rui en s ejus 

Johanoei Dey Matilda tx* ejus 

Markaa ilia ejus 

TOI. TI. 



iuj.a. 

• •• • * 

iuj.a. 
iiij.a. 

iuj.a. 



AUexander Rudd' Johanna tx* 



ejus 



iuj.a. 



I 



iuj.a!. 
luj.o. 
iiij.d. 

m}.d. 
iuj.a. 
uij.cf. 
iuj.a. 

▼j.rf. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 
iiij.<2. 

TJ.rf. 

iuj.a. 
uij.a. 

• • • • « 

iuj.a. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 

uij.a. 
iuj.a. 

Ulj.(l. 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 
inyd. 
\i\].d. 

•• • * • 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

liij.a. 
Uij.a. 

▼j.<i. 
iiij.rf. 
iuj.a. 

▼j.rf. 
iiij.(2. 

•• • • • 

nil .a. 

... » • 
nij.a. 

uij.a. 

iiij.r^. 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 
Uij.a. 

vj.rf. 
uij.a. 
iuj.a. 
uij.a. 
uij a. 
uijo. 
ij.f. 
uij.a. 

iiij.ri. 

iiij.f/. 

iiijc/. 



Robertas filius Gilberti Alicia vx" 

ejus m}A, 

Willelmus Home . . . m^A. 

Henrious CaidynsU' CustandaTx" 

ejus iiij.^. 

Stepbanus Neuport . . iiij.c2. 

Agnes Bate iiij.^/. 

Willelmus Bate Agnes tx* ejus . iiijui. 

Willelmus Scott^ 8myth\ Agnes 

vx''ejus rj.d, 

Johannes West, TajfUour, Jo- 
hanna tx* ejus rj.d, 

Willelmus Mylnaro . iiij.<f. 

Ricardus filius ejus . • m}.d. 

Johannes Fyaher . iiij.<f. 

Stephanus FTtheUr* . . iiij.<i. 

Johannes filius Roberti . myd, 

Ricardus Hordane . iiij.</. 

Ricardus Fonnane . iiij./2. 

Willelmus Watsofi . . . iiij.<2. 

Robertus Fyschsr . iiij.^. 

Johannes filius ejus . . iiij.d. 

Johannes Scott .... iiij.<i. 

Thomas Frere Isabella tx" ejus . ilij.(2. 

WUlelmus Wiyght Isabella tsT 

ejus iiij./^ 

Johannes de Drax Elena tx" ejus uiyd. 

Johannes Long. MarckoMd de Bts, 

Emma tx** ejus xij.<f. 

Ricardus seruiens ejus . . . n\\ d, 

OUfridus ffox Idonia Tx* ejus \^i^' 

Hugo Clen Isabella tx* ejus . . iiij.'^ 

Thomss filius ejus . . iiij.c^ 

Leticia de Thomhyll* . . iiij.ii. 

Ricardus de Drax Alicia tx* ejus iiij.<?. 

Johannes de Byraay Amicia tx* 

ejus iui.d, 

Thomas Paynoth*, Smyth', Alicia 

Tx^ejus ▼j.d. 



I 



(Membrane 24, cdlumn 8.) 

Robertus de Hertoft Agnes TiT 

ejus iiij.^. 

Amicia flbx myd. 

Willelmus Wylkynsofi Johanna 

TiT ejus 

Agnes Adam 

Willelmus Home 
Johannes Walkare Oliua tiT ejus. 
Thomas Maubird' Alicia t^ ejus . 
Johsnnea Bemiy ft Alida t^ 

ejus 

Robertas Rudd' .... 

Johannes in le West* Beatrix tiT 
ejus. ..... 

Henricus Donnynr Alicia ▼x'ejus 
Henricus de Uek ft Johanna t^ 

ejus 

Thomas Malkyn Alicia tx" ejus • 
Rogerus Jaksoft Johanna tx ejus 
Johanna Home ...» 



ilij.4i. 

• •• • • 

uij.a. 
ixiyd. 
iiij.^. 
uij.a. 

iuj.a. 

iiij.f/. 

ill}, ft. 

iuj.a. 

iiij.</. 

• • • • ■ 

llij.a. 

« • • • ■ 

utj.o. 
iiij.(^. 



Si 



WAPPENTAGIUM DB OSGODCROSSB. 



Margareta de Hek' . 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Auelina seruiens ejus 
Thomas de Went* worth' 

Suzniua— iiij./i. viys. 

ViLLATA DE RaWCLYFFE. 

Willelmus de Wygan, ffranklayn, 

Mariona vx^ ejus . . . . 
Johannes Machall*, MarchaiKT ^ 

Johanna vx^ ejus . 
Johanna seruiens ejus . . . 
Willelmus de Ottelay Mariona viT 

e J uSa • • • • • 
Johannes de Frystou Agnes vx" 

ejus > • • • • • 
Symon de Cokschaghe Cecilia yx~ 

01 us •••••• 

Johannes de Redd* Cecilia yx~ 

GjUS • • • • • • 

Johannes Broil' Magota vx" ejus . 
Johannes del Parkhouse Criutiana 

viT ejus ..... 
Willelmus de Redenesse Cecilia 

vx^ejus 

Ricardus Laycestre (?) Smytht, 

Juliana vx" ejus 
Matilda de Hyllii .... 
Alicia filia ejus . 
Johannes Gumyld' Johanna vx 

ejus • • . . • . 
WiUelmns filius ejus . 
Johannes Mayi' & Johanna vx" 

ejus 

Willelmus Sergaunt Margareta vx"' 

ejus . . • . • 
Adam de Methlay Alicia vx*" ejus. 
Agnes mater ejus . 
Amicia Daunce .... 
Afi^es seruiens ejus . . 

Willelmus del Leghe Custauuia 

Tx~ ejus ..... 
Thomas de WarwyV Alicia vx"" 

CJUB 9 • * ■ • ■ 

Henricus de Rouclyfife Isabella 

vx** ejus 

Johannes Randsoft Magota vx^ 

ejus • . . 

Willelmus de SeytoSi, Scht/pmanef 

Ailicia vx ejus. 
Johannes filius ejus . . . 
Henricus Mawer Johanna vx~ ejus 
Johannes Wryght* Cecilia vx" 

ejus 

RicarduQ de Crull' Magota vx" 

01 US • ■ • • • • 

Johannes Dralays Cristiana vx" 
ejus ...... 

Henricus Glouer Alicia vx" ejus . 

Beatrix de Sylyngdeyn . . . 

Thomas Costy Magota vx" vyis . 

Willelmus seruiens Abbatis de 
Selby Johanna vx" ejus 



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Willelmus Yrry Johanna vx" ejus 
Willelmus Sponcr Johanna vx" 

ejus . . . . • « 
WiUelmus Frerd Cecilia vx" ejus . 
Isabella Cade . . . . 
Alicia Walays, Wd>3ter . . 

Henricus Redenesse, Bakester, 

Dyonisia vx" eius . 
Henricus de Balne Mariona vx" 



ejus 



Thomas Wylde (?) Beatrix v^ 
ejus. . . . . 

Henricus Tayllour, PyaJicr, CoUett* 
vx"ejus 

Ricardus de Belton MatUda v^ 

61118 •••••• 

Galfridus CruU' Isabella vif ejus . 
Thomas Glouer Johanna vx" ejus 
Thomas Gyndeler Alicia v^ ejus . 
Robertus de Vkkyrby Agnes vx 

ejus 

Henricus Bower Magota vxT ejus. 
Willelmus filius ejus . 
Agnes de CrostkaJf . . . . 
Thomai) Kyng Auelyn vjC ejus . 
Johannes de Coppawe Agnes v:^ 

ej us ...... 

Johannes de Newsiehouse Dyonisia 

vx" ejus 

Johannes filius ejus . 
Johannes filius ejusdem . . . 
Agnes (ilia ejus .... 
Recardus de Cattoft Alicia vx" 

CJ118 • • • • • ■ 

Thomas Bathe Agnes vx ejus 
Robertus Scotanl' Magota vxT 

61 UB •••••• 

Willelmus de Haytfeld' Elizabet 

vx" ejus 

Johannes Garlande Lucia vx" ejus 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Johannes Emmesofi Cecilia vx" 



ejus 



Willelmus Crybbe Magota vx" 
ejus ...... 

Henricus Gybsofi Matilda vx" ejus 

Willelmus seruiens domini Jo- 
hannis Capellani de Kouclyfife . 

Agnes mater dicti domini Jo- 
hannis . . . . . 



(Membrane 2ib, column 1.) 



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Hugo Dey Magota vx" ejus . 
Thomas bhypwryght Elizabet vif 

ej us . . . . . . 

Johanna de Whytlay . 
Johannes Skyfillyng' Amicia vx" 

ejus • . . . . • 
Johannes Swan Auelyn vx" ejus . iiiyd. 
Robertus Shypman Eiena vx" 

ejus 

Ricardus Webster Johanna vx" 

ejus, Webster . . 



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WAPPENTAGIUM DE OSGODCROSSE. 



35 



-• tanaes Cokk* Emmft vx" ejiu 

Axi»e« de Baldwyn 

JokaoDes de ffry8hem(e)FBhe ^' 

lAbelJa TX* ejus . 
R<4*«rtui dd UjUu MitUldA tx' 

ejuA. .... 

TUiouui Webster . 
JobAnnea de Haukeewelie Agnes 

xx" ejus .... 
AnieiA Koberd* 
Johsmift Ponter . 
Beatrix WsDcsr 
Kmm* Qwefdermy 
Johannes Rjder k Johanna vx 

ejus ..... 
WiI>ljDttS ffrere Emma tz" ejus 
EWoa de Beriay . 
Juhanoes GodeUdd* Johanna tx" 

ejus 

Willelmna de Balne Agnes tx 

ejoa 

Rkardos Paroune Agnes vx" ejus 
Jciuanes Cooper Emma tx" ejiv 
Hmricua de Salwyk Agnes yx~ 

ejus 

S^hertos SUuester Emma vx"^ ejus 
Will^lmoa Chapman Johanna vx 
ejus. ..... 

Tt«rtnas de Bahie Alicia yx ejus . 
ViUelmus de Qwyntyfl Johanna 

▼x~ ejoe 

Beatrix asmiens ejus . 
Johannca Sergaunt Dyonisia tx" 

ejua . • . 

BoberUia ffogheU' Amida yx" 
ejus •••... 
Bieyrdna Badger Cristiana tx" 

ejua 

lfag«>U fftigheD' . . . . 
Johannea Cooper Katerina tx" ejus 
Reeardos Couper Magote tx" ejus 
lla7|;araU filia ejus . 
Jii^umes Waynflete Custancia tx" 

ejos 

Johannea BeQe Elixabei tx" ejus . 
Johannes Skotte Alicia tx" ejus . 
AnabiDa de CruU* 
J«.haDD«a Wyld* Agnes tx" ejus . 
1«4-U de Bradlay . . . . 
U'lUehnoa KeijU* Katerina tx" 

Beatrix Annays . . . . 
Hc&neiia Matyylare Juliana tx" 

ejus. ..... 

Rafsrua Sefgauni Hagoia tx" ejus 

Ihocnaa filius ejoa 

WaWhnna SkyfUyng Katerina tx" 

ejus 
Jtihannes scniiena ejos 
JohauM* Wty^t Custancia tx" 

ejus 



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Joh.nnnes de Howrlcft Alicia tx 

ejus 

Alicia filia ejos 

Henricus Schypwryght Agnes tx" 

ejus 

Willelmus Gamett, TayUour, Alicia 

tx" ejus .... 
Johannes Byser . 
Johanna seruiens ejus 
Kicardus Chaxyto Johuiua tx' 

ejus 

Thomas de Hales Isabella tx" 

ejus 

Johannes Wylde Dyonisia tx 

ejus 

Johannes de Hypeswello Alicia tx 

ejus 

Summa — xlTiij.5. y'liyd. 



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VlLLATA DE EOBURGB*. 

Henricus Shyrwod*, Afarchand^ f 

de Be», Elizabet yyT ejus . ( 
Johannes de Qwarine seruiens 

ejus 

Alicia seruiens ejus. 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Henricus seruiens ejus 
Margareta seruiens ejus 
Johanna seruiens ej us . 
Margareta de ShynK'ode, Otfelcr 
Willelmus filius ejus 
Henricus filius ejus 
Kicardus s«'ruiens ejus 
Alicia seruiens ejus . 
Amisia seruiens ejus 
Johannes Cbyrholme Matilda T±^ 

ejus ..... 
Amisia filia ejus . 
Johannes de Mylforth' 
Robert us de Atherne Isabella tx" 

ejus .... 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Elena seruiens ejus . 
Ricardus Jonet Custancia yjT 

ejus 

Johannes Lauerok* Alicia t^ 

ejus 

Willelmus seruiens ejus . 

Adam de Went Eounot' tx" ejus • 



(Membrane 24^, column 2.) 

Ricardus filius ejus . 

Amisia filia ejus 

Adam Westrine Alicia vjT « j • ^ 

Isabella filia ejus . 

Agnes Wylle<li»ghtyr 

Johannes Sheperd' 



dimid. 
marc. 

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n 2 



86 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB OSOODCEOSSB. 



Hagiflter Robeitus Cecilia y^C 

ejuB iiij.d. 

Walterus Shyrwodman Anabella 

yjC iiij.rf. 

Johannes Mylner Emmot' yx" 

ejus luj.a. 

Ricardus Crudd' Johanna yi" 

ejus iiij.6?. 

Johannes Moyer Cecilia vjC ejus mj.d, 
Johannes Crudde Petronilla yx~ 

ejus m}.d, 

Johanna filia ejus iiij.^:^ 

Alicia seruiens ejus . . iiij.c2. 

Willelmus seruiens ejus iiij.d. 

Johannes Ward' . . . . mj.d, 
Allexander TykiU' Amisia yx* 

ejus iuj.d. 

Johanna filia ejus . . . iiij.(i. 

Amisia de Tykill' . . . iiij.<;?. 

Johannes Smyth' Agnes vx" ejus . mj.d. 
Robertus de Egburgh* Cecilia vx" 

ejus *..... m}.d. 

Henricus Edlyn .... iiij.o^. 

Ibbota de BoUe . . . . iilj.d 
Allexander de Shyrwode Alicia 

YsTejus m).d. 

Matilda mater ejus . . iiiyd. 

Willelmus seruiens ejus . iiij.d 
Randulfus de Egburgh' & D>o- 

nisia yx~ ejus . . . . iu].d. 

Willelmus de Lunde . . mj.d, 

Summa — ^xxvj.«. fiij.d. 



VlLLATA DE AOKEWORTH*. 

Johannes Kurre & Agnes vx** 

ejus uij.a. 

lUcardns Brande & Matilda ytC 

ejus, Taylour . . . . 
Johanna filia ejus 
Robertus del More & Cecilia vx*^ 

ejus 

Johannes Farleben k Agnes v^ 

ejus iiij.d. 

Johanna filia ejus . m}.d. 

Johannes de Wollay . . iiij.cS. 

Robertus Cok' . . . iiij.i^. 

Johannes ffaythe & Alicia vx 

ejus iiij.^. 

Jchann6s filius ejus . . . myd. 
Thomas Maundrell & Elena vf" 

ejus iiiyd. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . iiij.c^. 

Johannes Bakester h Johanna vx" 

ejus iiij.d. 

Adam Raynald' & Magota tsC ejus iiij.c^. 
Willelmus Raynald* i Agnes tsT 

ejus iiij.d 

Johannes Rylle & Auicia rifejus nij.d, 
Johannes Jonesoil & Agnes v:^ 

ejus uij.d, 

Johannes Couper &; Elena yiT 

ejus iuj.d. 



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PetniR Gauge and Auicia yx** 
Robertus atte Hole & Alicia vx** 

Willelmus Raynald' k Johanua 

Yx^ejus 

Matilda seruiens ejus 

Adam Derkyn k Alicia yx"" ejus . 

Robertus del Hill' k Isabella yx" 

ejus, Smyth* .... 
Johannes seruiens ejus . . . 
Johannes Homer k Johanna yx** 

ejus, Taylow .... 
Willelmus seruiens ejus . 
Johannes Waleys k Johanna yx~ 

ejus 

Thomas Harman & Agnes yx" 

ejus 

Emma Longe .... 
Agnes filia ejus . . . 

Thomas Gren .... 
Johannes seruiens ejus . . . 
Thomas Shephird' k Johanna yx" 

ejus .•■... 
Henricus Croftone k Margareta 

Yx" ejus . . . . 

Isabella del Hille 
Adam del Hole 
Alicia seruiens ejus 
Willelmus Taylour & Matilda yx" 

ejus 

Robertus Shephird' k Katerina 

Yx^ejus 

Johannes Merre & Custanoia 

Yx^ejus 

Johannes Shephird' k Alicia yjT 

6JUfl ■••••• 

Thomas Carter k Magota yx" ejus . 

Johanna Grewe 

Willelmus Carter k Magota yx" 

ejus, Wryght .... 
Willelmus Waleys k Alicia yx 

ejus 

(Membrane 2ih, column 3.) 

Willelmus Smyth' 
Eilena seruiens ejus . . 

Adam de Mappelbek' . 
Robertus Smyth' k Johanna yx" 

ejus 

Alicia de Seorofte 

Johannes de Wodhou8'& AlidaYx"' 

ejus . . « * • • 
Johannes Smyth' k Johanna yx" 

ejus 

Adam Whyteheued k Clara yx" 

cnuo •••••• 

Robertus filius ejus . . 

Hugo de ffetherstafi k Emma yx" 

ejus. . . . . ^ 
Johanna (tic) Long' k Johanna yx" 

ejus 

Johannes Partrik' 

Robertus filius ejus . . . 



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WAPPENTAGIUM DE OSGODCBOSSE. 



87 



UaMda de flentoft h Emnu tx"* 

•JQB 

/ohuuMi Wi7s:bi It Alicia tx** 

^•n» 

KardiM de HoliDe & Johanna yx" 

tfot 

JahaBMs Uahone & Cristiana tx 

<9V • • .... 
£ku de Groftone 
WilUmos Clerk* ft Johanna tC 

ejus 

idem Jooeaoft ft Agnes tx" ejua . 
WiQefanna Smytli* ft Agnes v^T 

*jus ..... 
Johanna Loog^ 



• ••• « 

• ••• m 



Adam WtlkynaoA and Johanna 
Ta"ejii» • . . . 

Johanaea aaruieoa ejus 

AffMmQnw 

Johannes Nmrj • 
l«hsQaH^da7 • . . . 
iHoniaiitt lUtHe ejus 
Jchanna fiUa ejua . . . . 
WiUefanna Whythowe 
WOMmtiade SautyngUy ft Alida 

TX^ejOB 

WiUehttOB de Wath' ft IflabeUa 

▼x^ejna 

Edmundua de Beaill' . . 

I'^nima de Doudale 

Edfflttndoa AmTaii ft Isabella t^ 

ejoa, Ta^lamr 
Bicaidiiade Thornehill' ft Johanna 

Ti^ejua, Wtyffkt 

Sununa— xxTiij.«. viy.d. 



YlLLATA DB STAnLTON\ 

Johannes dd Thwayt' ft Ceeilia 
^^ejoa, Jfoaofft . • . . 

Thonae del Chaumbre ft Alicia 
nfejne 

DiofueM Rosedoghter . . 

^ iUelmna Ingrajmaofi, Sm^th' • 



llobataa Taykmr ft Agnes rf 

cjne 

Bebertne Bemsn ft Smma yiT 



fiobertoa Edmondsoft, Ta^lomr . 
kiesffdos Bolmer ft Alicia tx*" 

•!»• 

J«^HiDse Ifartyn ft Alicia ynC 

ejoe • • • • • 
Ro^arae Taylour ft Emma t^ 

ejns 
Petms Mlfaier ft Emma ynC ejus . 
WiDefanos aUe Yate ft Johanna 

Tx*'ejae 

Johannes Alcok* ft Agnes tx'" ejus 
Johannca de Uajtefurd*, Walktr . 
iOias KiodeoA . . . . 



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Hugo Hobsofi .... 

Alicia Bene 

Agnea Carter .... 
Willelmus Beeman ft Alicia yx" 

ejus 

Agnes de Scargill', Wdtuier . 
Johanna seruiens ejua . . 

Ricardus Taylour, Webetier . 
Johannes dA Hill' ft Alicia vx"* 

CyUB • • • 

Willelmus atte Hall* . 

Beatrix Neugate 

Eobertua ffirere ft Johanna yx~ 

ejus 

WiUelmus de Merre ft Agnes yiT 

ejus, Taylour . . . 

Johannes filius ejus . • 

Summa — x.i. x.dL 



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(Membrane 25, column 1.) 

YlLLATA DE BUROHWAUnTS. 

Thomas Totyng* ft Haigareta viC 

ejua 

Johannes de Neusofi ft Agnes vx" 

ejus, Wryght . 
Johannes Dobsofi 
Willelmus Grayne 
RobertuB de Mewsoft Johanna Tf 

ejua 
Hugo semns ejus . 
Johanna ancilU ejus • 
Johannes Taylour Agnes tjT ejus 
Matilda de Balne 
Johannes Downs Katerina viC 
May Downe 
Johanna filia ejua . 
Hugo Halman Dionisia v^ . 
W^illelmua Letis 
Alicia Letia 
WUlelmua de Pnstofi Alicia tC, 

Tayhw .... 
Johannea Prestonman 
Johannes Maystirionsofl Maiga- 

letovx* 
Johanna filia ejus 
Johannea Downe Alida yx 
Edonia Tumour Agnes yx*" . 
Walterus de WaUehag" Agnes yx' 
Willelmus Boiler Johanna yx 
Johannes de Scherlay Emma yx' 
Dionisia del Wyk' 
Robertoa flhm^ Matilda yx**, 

p<mr .... 
Robertna Garter . 
Alexander (Kang 
Ricardus ffu^gman 
Alicia Carter . 
Dionisia de Dodmor' 
Johanna Od 
Johannes de Keswyk' . 



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38 



WAPPENTAOIUM DE OSGODCROSSB. 



Willelmus Chufiforth Beatrix vx* 
Rogenis d' Begtoil Agnes vx" . 
Johannes Wryth Johanna vx* 
Qalfridus {sic) Alicia vx* ejus 
RobertuB Spofiforth Johanna vx"' 
Willelmus Od Johanna viC . 
Johannes Anot Johanna v^ . 
Willelmus del Abbay Emma vx 
Hugo Perison 
Willelmus del Hirst' senior Alicia 

vx , « • • • 
Johannes Cowper Johanna vx'' 
Johannes DodgesoA Agnes vx*" 
Willelmus del Hirst' junior Mar 

gareta yjT .... 
Adam Totyng' Isabella vx"* . 
Johannes Totyng* Johanna vx~ 
Robertus del Hagh Matilda ryT 
Johannes de Famelay Margaret 

vx . • • . • 
Johannes Megsofi Alicia vx*". 
Rogerus flawne Elena vx" 
Kobertus Wylkynsoil Isabella vx"" 
Bobertua Magsoii Alicia vx" ejus . 
Summa— xix.s. 



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ViLLATA DE DeRTHTNQTOW*.*^ 



Johannes Wynttok Johanna vx"" . 
Henricus filius .... 
Ricardus Waltofl Alicia vx* . . 
Willelmus Sadeller Cecilia vx*" 
Agnes Webster .... 
Alicia Robertdoghter . . . 
Emma Robeftdoghter 
Rogerus Clerk' & Margareta vx" 

ej tis . . • • • • 
Ricardus Taylour & Agnes vx" 

ejus . . . . . 

Robertus Smyth' & Elena vx" 

ejus . . • . • • 
Emma v^ Ricardi Disoii 
Johannes Smyth' . 
Robertus del* West' & Margareta 

vx" ejus 



(Membrane 25, column 2.) 



Custancia atte Ogben 
Itobertus Dodmor' Elisota vx" 
'Johannes RoggersoSi Elena vx" 
Willelmus Soroules Johanna vx" 
Willelmus Botyng Johanna vjC 
Robertus Went Emma vx" . 
Johannes Dewsbyri Alicia vx" 
Johannes Dodmor' Elena vx"" 
Cecilia Tocher (?) . 
Johannes Scotte Alicia vx" . 



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Willelmus Treshar Agnes v;."" 

Smyth* .... 
Johiinnes Stokes Cecilia vx". 
Johannes Marr' Lucia vx" Tay 

lour 

Willelmus Ade Isabella vx" 
Alanus Prynkayle 
Agnes Dobdoghter . 
Margareta Dobdogter . 
Robertus Mylner Agnes vx" 
Johanna Byrone . 
AVillelmus Dodmor* Matilda vx" 
Petnis Scheperd Isabella vx~ 
Robertus Taylour Giliana vx" . 
Johannes Pyke Anabella vx" 
Alicia Jubbe .... 
Willelmus att Oghen . 
Hugo Wyghman 
Johannes Browne 
Cecilia famula vicarii 
Willelmus Swynherd Alicia vx" 
Johannes Ayerdayl Alicia vx* 
Rogerus filius Matild' fil' {iie. ) 
Johannes Holme Dionisia vx* 
Alicia Tromper 
Isabella Webster . 
' Rogerus Herdew3k' Matilda vx" 
Robertus famulus . 
Johannes Dowcastre Emma vx" 
Johannes Sorowles Felix vx* . 
Willelmus Rogger Margeria vx* 
Johannes Socroft Petronella vx* 
Willelmus Roggerson Agues v.." 
Henricus Taylour Cecilia vx* 
Johannes Stabes Anabella vx* 
Custancia Sorowles . 
Johannes Lyster Matilda vx* 
Rogerus filius Agnes fil' . 
Johannes att Oghen Johanna vx" 
Willelmus Gilsoii 
Johannes famulus . 
Alicia Parisch .... 
Mayster Jon Amicia vx* 
Willelmus filius Matild' fil' 
Johannes Sawndre Amicia vx* 
Willelmus Scheperd' Margareta 

^ * 

» X. • • « ■ • 

Matilda Sagh niaden . 

Radulfus Wryth Sarra vx* 

Elena Hutyn 

Henricus Halyday Elena vx" . 

Johannes Peryssofl famulus . 

Custancia famula . 

Alicia Shaghe 

Robertus att Brygg Matilda vx" 

Alanus Pykok Matilda vx* 

Summa— xxv.«. viiij.cf. 



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^' Now Darriiigtou. 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DE OSGODCEOSSE. 



39 



Villa de WartTBLAT. 

0*thann9m Westrjfl' Agnes vx*'p 

TMUowt ..... vj.r^. 

WUIelmua fiUus ejus . . iiij.^. 

i 4iafiDeB de Bestofl Miyd. 

JtiliAiiiiea Weetryft AlicU yiT . . iiiyd. 

Kobcrtus Trminner Agnes tx* iiij.c^. 
Akxaader del Qredoft Constanda 

rx mj.d, 

JohamMS filioa ejus k Agnes filia 

ejus iiij.c/. 

Adam Lord* Emma tx" ejus . . iiij.d. 
Agnes filia ejus & WiUelmus filios 

^jos Mijui. 

WiUelmofl Haddysfeld* MatUda Yx" uij.d. 



(Membrane 25, column 3.) 

AirD«« 1«ejcedoghter . 

Tlr»mas dc Grjrnistofi Johanna rx" 

JuhAnaes 61ius ejus Agnes filia 

rjtie ..... 
Wilielmos Snatcbberd 
WOMmiis fiUus ejus . 
filia ejus 
filia fljns . 

atte Halle Cecilia tx 

rjiiSi 8m%fth\ 
WUlelmufl filius ejus 
Tbomas filius ejus . 
>ienricas frater ejus 
J<jhaones Roper Aroteia vC 
Alicia att Halle . 
Agnes Mj'ner . 
Matilda filia Henrici 
Thomas Roper Johanna tx** 
Heoricns att Ok* Johanna vx 
Johannes att Ok* C'ristiiuia yx" ej us 
Johanna anctlla ejus . 
Johanna de Wath . 
Johanna Smyth . 
W«]t«rus Plasterar Matilda vx* 
WUlelmus Ricard* 
Hugo <*ulle Johanna tx*" . 
Johanna filia ejus 
Rihertus Calas Johanna vx" 
J •hannes att Ok' Juhauna vx' 

Tayfomr .... 
Kogrms Ta>]our Johanna vx" . 
Agnea Yddroaydofi 
Robertua Atkynsofi Matilda tx^ 
Samma^xiij.c x.tL 



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YlLLA DE QOLDALK.^1 

Johannes Spylwede, TaifUmr, 

y:\jwni* rx ejus vj.d. 

Rcbertns soruus ejus . . inj.d. 



Alicia famula ejus- 

Hawysia fain ula ejus 

Thomas de KecUies Magota vx 

ejus 

Tbomas MoUyng' Cecilia yx"^ . 
Idonia filia ejus . . • . 
Willelmus de Belasise Agnes vx' 

ejus 

Willelmus Raynald Agnes yx" 
Johannes de Suydale Cecilia yx' 

ejus 

Willelmus Brown Johanna yx' 

ejus 

Rogerus Broun . 

Johanna Broun 

Matilda del West . 

Thomas de Calthorfi Isabella yx" 

ejus 

Alicia Holyn 

Willelmus de Essbetoft' Alicia yx"" 

ejus 

Alicia YX*" Thome. 

Johannes Snawe Johanna yx" ejus 

Willelmus Huwet Alicia yx" . 

Magota MoUyng . 

Ricardus de Uouk' Alicia yx" . 

Willelmus Malkyn Johanna vx" 

Tbomas filius Robert! Cecilia yx 

SmyUC 

Thomas Sybry Matilda yx" . 
Rogerus in le Lyne Cecilia yx" 
Johannes Whyte, Armiger . 
Henricus filius Jobannis Alicia yx" 
Adam Vendilok' Juliana yx". 
Johannes Fox 
Adam Godewyll' Alicia yx" 
Robertus del Mor' Alicia vx" 
Summa— xiiij.«. 



(Membrane 256, column 1.) 

ViLlJlTA DE HoOHTON'.'^ 



Ricardus Scheperd Alicia yx" ejus 
Johannes W*arde Johanna vx" ejus 
Elena relicta Petri de lioghtou 
Johannes West & Matilda vx" 
Hugo Couper Elena vx", Smf/th* 
Johannes Nundy Margnreta vx" 
Henricus de Uidell' Matilda vx" 
Johanna Wyllyam 
Hugo Dey Elena yx" 
Robertus de l^estofi Agnes yx" 
Ricardus d* Burmyne Johanna yx 

Smt/ih* .... 
Thomas famtdus dicti Kicardi 
Agnes famula dicti Ricnrdi ^ . 
Johanna famuU dicti I»ifan1i 
Alicia ^Veb^te^ 



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^ /.« Houghton Glass. 



40 



WAPPBNTAGIUil DE OSGODCBOSSB. 



Matilda Lyiiirjwowd' . 
Adam Solito CruBtiaiia ▼x"' 
Johannes Comyne Custancia tx*", 

Taylour .... 
Willelmus filius ejus 
WillelmuB Sowter Matilda xx" 
Henricus Hudson Matilda vx"' 
Walterus Tromper Elena ▼x~ 
Hobertus de Beuerlay Dioniaia vx' 
WillelmUB Duffane Cecilia vx*" 
Adain Scharpe Dionisia vx*" . 
Hugo Tallour Alicia yx 
Johannes £mmot*sone Johanna 

V A • ■ ■ • • 

Johannes Dughti Dionisia vx" 

Adam Tallour Custancia ▼x'" ejus 

Johanna Doughti 

Alicia filia ejus 

Johannes Wryth Margoreta yx' 

ejus 

Agnes Lyster .... 
Thomas Lauerok' & Alicia vx' 



ejus 



Ricardus de Costilforth' & Alicia 

vx^ejus .... 
Johannes ffox & Johanna vx^ejus, 

Taylour .... 
Johannes Selito & Alicia vx*" ejus 
Johannes ffox junior 
Hobertus fforester and Johanna 

Yx^ejus .... 
Willelmus Carter & Agnes vx 

ejus 

Willelmus Garter junior & Alicia 

Yx^ejus .... 
Willelmus Halvmanne & Matilda 

Yx^ejus, WebcsUr 
Willelmus seniiens ejus 
Johannes Cok' & Isabella yx' 

ejus 

Agnes filia ejus . 

Henricus de Merre . 

Johannes de Ryghtoii & Alicia 

filia ejus .... 
Willelmus Nonnane 
^iohoIauB DuflOme & Alicia yjT 

ejus, Wrygh* 
Bicardus Byshop' . 

Summa — xYij.<. x.d. 



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YlLLATA DE BaDBSWORTB*. 

Johannes Masofi & Magota yx** 

ejus ii^'.d. 

Henricus Shephird' & Margareta 
Yif ejus iiij.d. 

Cecilia Crakemore . iiij.d. 

Johannes Williamsoft & Johanna 

v^Tejus iiy.d 

Willelmus fiUus ejus . . iUj.d. 



Henricus filius ejus. . . . iiij.ci. 

Rogerus Parsonsotl iiij.<l 

Cecilia filia ejus .' . . iiij.(i. 
Johannes fforester k Johanna y:^ 

ejus mj.o. 

Henricus filius ejus . . . ii\j.<2. 

Rogerus filius ejus iiij.d. 

Kicardus Clerk' ft Eua yx** ejus . iiij.d. 
Henricus Wadde & Custancia yiT 

• ••« _9 



ejus 



Hobertus Clerk' & Juliana yx" 

OJUs • • • • • 

Ga&idus filius ejus 
Mai^ereta filia ej us . . . 

Agnes del Hill' .... 
Johannes PykestoA k Elena Yif 

ejus 

Thomas Hougynman & Mergeria 

Y3f ejus 

Johannes Smyth' k Katerina yjT 

ejus 

Elisabetha yx*" (tie) ejus 
Thomas Parsonso& k Johanna yx" 

ejus . . 
Mergeria filia ejus 
Johannes Semer k Isabella yx" 

61 u8 • • • • • • 

Hobertus Pepir k Margareta yx" 
ejus 

Thomas Chetill' k Johanna yx" 
ejus . . . . . 

Thomas de StortoA 

(Membrane 256, column 2.) 



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Mei^gareta Pepir . iiij.cl. 

Johannes Biilner k Sara yx" ejus . iiij.ci. 
Johannes Knyght k Dionisia yx" 

ejus mj.a. 

Willelmus Milner . iiij.ci. 

Johannes Ally k Johanna vx" ejus, 

, Taylour Yj.ci. 

Sunmm — z.«. x.d. 



ViLLATA DE WiLMERSLAT'.** 



Matilda nuper yx** Thome Neu- 

marche, Chiualer 
Hobertus del Wodde k Agnes yx 

ejus, WebeMter 
Johannes filius ejus 
Johannes Ricard k Johanna yx 



ejus 

Alicia filia ejus . 

Robertas Smyth' k Alicia yx 

ejus 

Johannes Prest' . 

Johanues de Hauenfeld' & Johanna 

yx" ejus 



YJ.d. 

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* Now Womersley. 



WAPPKNTAGIUM DB OSGODCROSSE. 



41 



JflhaaiMi Denyaa mud DionisUTx" 

Adm £dK>& h Alicia tz" ejuB 
Jchmat^ HoUnd* & Te&n tx" 

•ja» 

lUfote Cwtwryght 
lUtt]dA NftbUy . . . . 
Simoo Tumottr h. Joluaiiui yiT ejus 
Jijimaatm fflcKk' & JohMnxuk tx" 

•jo* • . .... 

BobertuB BctonK>fl k AlieU tx" 

JohjuuM Bodenn & Cocilia Vx** 
fjos ... 

JohauMi If Mofi k Cedlift tT 

•io» 

KwuUm Tajlour k CedlU vx- 

•j«M 

Johannas Wymond* 

Bo^enis Tajlour k Cecilia tx* 

•ju» 

Willelinui dm Stapiltofi k Agnes 

YiT ^ua .... 
Bttgo B^«rter & Agnes Tx" cgus 
BcfftholoiiMai Brabexn 
AdamPrwi^&MagoUTx'^ejat . 
Johumca da Teres k Bus tx* 

•jus 

WiiWlmua de Methelay k Elens 



Benricna Bskester k Matads rx" 

•j». . . . . 

^iil^mns de CUnpssle k Eliza- 

betba Tx*ejii8 . . . 

Ricsrdas SmTth' k Johanna tx* 

•jus 

Johaimes Wakrnsolk 

Msrsv«t* del Hill' 

Johannes site Yata k Agnes tx' 

ejus . • • . • 
Johannes RobgrnsoS k Emma tx 

ejus 

Johaanes JfagotsoA k Johanna tx* 

•Jos 

Johannes Gartwryg^t* It Agnes 

TX* ejus . 
BMtnx Laadrik' 
Willelmus LooodL* k 

ejns . 
Alkia Maonseir 
Mcrgena WyoV • 
Bobcrtos Aobanf . 
Cwtaacia Maonseir 
Ricsffdns Tainelmll* 
Alaona Kjngeaman 
llatUdadaBaiiofl . 
SoUrlQs SaTiiiU k 

ejos. 

Robtftos Serooi' k Alicia tx* ejus 
WiUdmns Pnsietoft' 




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iig.a. 



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ini,d. 
iiii^d. 



Ricardus Praance k Alicia tx* 

cjuB iiij.cr. 

Thomas deHetofl . iiij.</. 

Willelmus de Campeale k Eliza- 

bethavx-eju8 .... iiy.rf. 

Thomas del Hill' . . iuj.d, 

Summa — xxxTij.«. vjjd. 



VlLLATA DE PbISTOM' JaKILTH.'* 

Willelmus de Querenby k Agnes { dimid. 

vx* ejus, Serigant . ( marc. 
Ricardus Williamson k Alicia viT 

ejus, Wryght .... v\.d. 

Isabella filia ejus .... iiij.rf. 
Henricus de Prestolk k Alicia tx** 

ejus, Manehant de Bestei . . :dj.d. 

Johannes filius ejus . . iuj.d, 

Mergeria iilia ejus . iiij.dL 

Thomas seruiens ejus . . iin.(;. 

Johanna seruiens ejus . , iiij.rf, 
Ricardus de Went' k Isabella t^ 



ejus 

Johannes de Went ft Isabella yx* 



ejus 



uij.d. 

••• • « 

in^.d. 



Thomas Barkerre ft Johanna yjC 

•j«» mid. 

Johannes Couper . , . iiy.rf. 
Ricardus Thresher ft Elena tx*" 

ejus iig.rf, 

Willelmus Lycherohe ft Dionisia 

▼x*ejus iiij.rf. 

CecUta filia ejus .... mi.d. 

Ricardus Rvlle .... iiy.rf. 

Johannes Tydde .... iiij.d. 

(Hembnuie 25b, column 8.) 

Willelmus del Hall* ft Emma yxT 

ejus wj.d, 

Cecilia Delyng* .... myd. 

Emma filia ejus .... iiii.ri. 

Thomas Spioer ft Emma tx" ejus iiij.df. 
Johannes Walker ft Mngota tx"* 

ejus. . . , iilj.rf. 

Isabella filia ejus .... iiij.rf. 

Johannes Heydsoft . inj,d. 
Johannes atte Tooehend* ft Agnes 

vx" ejus, Ta^fUmr . . r^ui, 

Elizabetha Pynder . iiiyd. 
Willelmus Adamsoft ft Johanna 

vx"ejos iiH.rf. 

Johannes filius ejus . uij.d, 

Agnes filia ejus .... iiij.ii. 
Willelmus Kaufsofl ft Isabella tx* 



ejus . 
Thomas filius ejus . 
Alicia filia ejus • 
Henricus de Cotes . 



d. 

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iiij.a. 
iiij.<<. 
iiij.(<. 



^ Now Pesnton-Jsglin. 



42 



WAPPENTA^aiUM DB OSGODCROSSE. 



Adam Hale & Agnes vx^ejus 

Johanna filia ejus 

Johannes Aldull' . 

Ricardus de Prestofi & Alicia y:C 

ejvLBf Smyth*. 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Thomas seruiens ejus 
Robertus Wrygh*, Smyth" 
Alicia filia ejus 
Ricardus seruiens ejus 
Johanna Sharpe 
Isabella de Sandale 
Ricardus Ardewyk' . 
Matilda Tolus 
Johanna .Wayneman 
Willelmus tiancok' 
Alicia filia ejus 
Willelmus filius ejus . 
Hugo de Went* 
Robertus de Santynglay, Taylour 
Thomas de Santynglay 
Johannes Bame & Isabella vx'ejus 
Henricus Lawesoft k Agnes yjT 

ejus, Wehester .... 
Thomas Taylour & Alicia vx" ejus 

Taylour 

Johanna filia ejus 

Kmma Milner 

Magota filia ejus .... 
Robertus Brcwester & Isabella yjC 

ejus, Spicer 

Summa — ^zxvi\j.«. xd. 



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in].a. 

» 9 • • W 

uij.a. 

yj,d. 
uij.a. 
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111) .d. 
iiij.a. 

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HI) .a. 

• • * • • 

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uij.a. 

vj.rf. 

• • • • « 

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• • ■ • •■ 

mj.a. 

▼j.d. 

vj.rf. 

iiij.d. 

• ■ « ■ « 

111) .a. 

• ■ ■ « « 

iiij.a. 
xij.rf. 



VlLLATA DB FfkTHSBSTASE. 



Henricus de fietherstan & Agnes 

xx" ejus, Draper 
Johannes filius ejus 
Robertus Hipperon 
Ricardus seruiens ejus 
Elizabetha WUcok' . 
Henricus seruiens ejus . 
Thomas Broune, Taylour . 
Willelmus Rogersofi & Agnes vx" 

ejus 

Cecilia filia ejus . 

Thomas Haldefi & Johanna vx' 

ejus 

Alicia de ffetherstane . 

Ricardus Hipron 

Alicia de Holme . 

Alicia seruiens ejus 

Alicia del Mere 

Johannes de fietherstau & Alicia 

vx" ejus, Marchant 
Thomas BaghilF, Souier 
Mergareta Baghiir . 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
)lobertus de Stanelay 
Willelmus Elyne . 
Henricus fibx .... 
Johannes Colet' . 



xij.rf. 
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■ • ■ • • 

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luj .rt. 

• • a • « 

iiij.a. 
\\\\.d, 

• • « • * 

iiij.rt. 
\^.d. 



Rogerus Smyth* 
Magota de Moldene 
Henricus Buktrour. 

Summa — z.s. iiij.e^. 



(Membrane 26, column 1.) 
Villa db Castelfobd*. 



Johannes Louc & Agnes vx** ejus 
Johannes Porter & Johanna vx~ 

ejus, Smyth* . . . . 
Willelmus Walker & Agnes tx 

ejus, iS^ou/(?r 

Johannes Otour & Margareta yx" 

ejus, Spicer 
Thomas filius ejus . 
Johannes fiyssh' . 
Deonistus fiyssh' 
Cecilia seruiens ejus . 
Hugo Storour & Alicia yx~ ejus 
Johannes de Carletofi 
Willelmus Clerk' . 
Rogerus Storour & Agnes vx' 

ejus 

Johannes filius ejus 

Robertus Swaynne & Juliana vx" 

Johannes Astyn & Margareta vx" 

ejus 

Johanna de Cestleford, Wehester 
Thomas filius ejus, Waiker . 
Johannes seruiens ejus . 
Alicia seruiens ejus 
Rogerus Wytlay & Isabella vx* 

ejus t . . . . 
Stephanus de Beghtofi . 
Mergareta de WMlmerslay 
Johanna de Dunysford, Wdtester 
Robertus filius ejus . 
Thomas filius ejus . 
Willelmus Cariour, WrighC . 
Isabella filia ejus 
Thomas Rauson & Johanna vx* 

ejus. 
Robertus Smyth' & Katerina V3r 

ejus .... 
Mergareta de Cokesforth' 
W^illelmuB de Queldale 
Willelmus Rose & Agnes vx*" ejus 
Johannes Cambe & Matilda vx~ 

ejus 

Johannes Daudsofi & Agnes vx 

ejus . 
Johannes Culle 
Alicia Hoghe 
Katerina de Queldale 
Ricardus Burgeys 
Johannes RausoSi & Alicia vx" 

ejus, Smyht*. 
Robertus del Bank' 
Johannes Mark' 
Johannes Hudsofi 

Summa — xv.f. x.d. 



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111) .4. 

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y^.d. 

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WAPPBNTAGIUM DE OSGODCROSSB. 



43 



WlLLATA DB FfBTOTOH*.** 

Robertofl filius Ricardi ft Ceeilia 

▼i* ejiu iiij.rf. 

Robcrtufl fferuteiis ejus iuj.d* 

Adun Milner ft AlicU yjC ejus . iiij.d, 
Jobumes filiiu RicaitU ft Matilda 

T^ejoa iiij.d. 

Robcrtua Raweaoft ft Alicia r^ . iiij.ci. 
Ricardua Raweaoft ft Johanna riC 

•jaa. Taiiomr .... TJ.d. 
Henricua Moldaoii ft Alicia tx", 

HVterfer ... vi.d. 

Robcrtua aeruiens ejus ii\j.ci. 

Rubortua Robenaoft, Wall-er . . vj.ci. 

Robcrtua filius ejna uij-<'' 

RUna filtua ejus iiij.<2. 

Hcnricoa Balle .... i'vyd. 

Jobaanea Wryth' ft Tx" ejus . . iiij.ti. 

Robcrtua Orayne ft Agnes tx" iiij.d. 

WUtelmtis ShalEet ft Anable yiT . iiij.d. 

Jobanncfl Code ft Johanna tx" iiij.d. 

Johuinea RobyDSofi ft J ohaona t>.^ ii\j .d. 
WiiMmus Huji^chonsofl ft tx* 

ejus iiij.d. 

Agnes filia Hogonis tiij.d. 

Matilda seruiens ejus ii^j.cf. 

Robertas Attkjnuofl, Smyth yj.d. 

WiUdmua filius ejusy 7ui/«rur . . vj.d. 

Matilda filia ejua .... iiij.tJ. 
Johannei atte Water ft tx* ejus, 

frriwKM vj.</. 

Tbooias Spenster. iiij.f/, 

WiQelxnus filius ejus . . iuj.(2. 

Johaonas Walook* ft tx*^ ejn« iiij.d. 

Johannes Eliner ft Agnes vx . . iiiyd. 

^lUelmus Dayner ft Agnes rx . iiij.(l. 

Malalda filia ejus. iiij.tf. 
Johannes Rond' ft Alicia tx", 

Wailxr y^.d. 



(Membrane 26, eolumn 2.) 

Bdmvndns de Thometoil, Sfnkf 

sic) 

A)i« ta Deynour 

Johanna Prsst .... 

Johaonca Marchall* ft Isabella vx* 

i^mjfht* . . ... 

Willelmus de Selby ft Elena tx" 

ejus ...... 

Johannes Symnsofl ft vx* ejus, 

ToUuwr 

Johannes filius ejus 

Johannes Uugge^on ft \x* Tailonr 

(read 
J«vhannes Heniy ft tx~ 
Johanna att Water 
Agnes Dtconwif* 
Jobennes seruiens cjtis 



• « 



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iiij.'/. 

I 

y'yA. 

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iiij.'/. 

TX.r/. 

▼j.rf.) 

• • • • • 

iiij.a. 
iiij.^/. 
III].'/. 
iiij.<^. 



ej^us 
vx*" ejus, 



Johannes Plasterer' ft vx*" 

Agnes Henrivif ' . 

Willelmus atte Wykers ft tx 

Johannes Shopman 

Johannes filius ejus 

Alicia Shephird' . 

£ma Piper 

Agnes Frankys 

Robertus filius ejus 

Johanna filia ejus 

Elena Hopper . 

Johannes Saule 

Alicia Ben' 

Johannes liichard' ft vx 

Johannes IMour ft 

SmytK . 
A lanus filius ejus . 
Johannes filius ejus 
Johannes Payntour ft tx" ejua^ 

Payntour, 
Robertus Cotiller . 
Willelmus seruiens ejus 
Meigareta filia ejus . 
Johannes de Morlay, Souter, 
Hugo seruiens ejus . 
Emma ancilla ejus 
Johannes de Breres, Shetker 
Thomss de Carleton ft vx^'ejus, 

Ifarcheal .... 
Robertus filius ejus . 
Johannes filius ejus 
Henricus de Bub with', Smiftk . 
Willelmus Coteller ft vx" ejus . 
Willelmus seruiens ejus 
Emma filia ejus 
Johannes Dicas ft tx** ejus, 

Barker* .... 
Johannes seruiens ejus . 
Agnes seruiens ejus . 
Meigareta seruiens ejus . 
Emma seruiens ejus, H'ebfMitr 
Johannes filius Bugonb. . 
Willelmus seruiens ejus 
Johannes Noras ft Matilda vx' 

ejus, 5mylA' . 
Johannes WillesoA, Somter . 
Thomas filius ejus . 
Johannes seruiens 
Johannes Scrofpronr (T) . 
Thomas seruiens ejus . 
MatUdaCok* . 
Thomas Coteller . 
Anabilla Souter 
Agnes filia ejus . 
Johannes de Lede ft yiT ejus 
Gilbertus Nouherd* ft vx'^ ejus 
Jurdanus Buigan ft riT 
Thomas Chappman ft nT, Smyth* 
Johannes de Ilotofi ft tx*^ ejus 
\V illelmus de Euerynham ft nT 

ejus, Frankelayn 



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iiij.d 

• • • • • 

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• > • • • 

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iiij.ei. 
.... , 

inj.o. 

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Vj.f/. 

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/.»•. Ferry- Kryntuuc. 



44 



WAPPENTAGIUH DB OSGODCROSSE. 



Inbelk aeruieiiB ejuB 


. mj,d. 


Petrus Beruiens ejuB . 


• • • • « 

. UlJ.tf. 


RobertuB ffox ft riT ejus 


• • • • 9 

. uij.a. 


Johanna Tomedoghter 


. iiij.d. 


Kicardus filius ejus . , 




Emma filia ejus . . . . 


iiij.d. 


Hugo Thomesoft 


. iiy.rf. 


Bogerus de Walton & vaf . 


■ 1 • • m 

luj.d. 



(Membrane 26, column 8.) 

Rogerus Milner .... iiij.d. 
JotaanneB Coieller & Isabella vx" 

ejus, Smyth' .... vj.ci. 

RicarduB Qudale iiij.ci. 

Johannes filius ejus . iiij.dL 

Alicia Ck>k' iiij.ef. 

Johannes Diconsofi . iiij.(i 
Summa — jXvj, x.d. 



YlLLATA DB CaBLBTOM*. 



es vjf 



Johannes Walker 
Willelmus Tailour . 
Johannes de Burtofl k Agnc 

ejuB 
Alicia de Neusom . 
Willelmus Treser 
Thomas Heuedefi ft Alicia vif 

ejus • 

Katerina Forester 
Robertus GriBse ft tjT ejus 
Johannes de Garehuis* (?) 
ThomsB del HUl' ft txT ejus 
Beatrix de Warth* 
Johannes de Carlehiir 
Thomas fforester 
Thomas Palysser ft Agnes v^ 

ejus 
Johannes Bourdewrych* 
Willelmus Garter 
Ricardus Saghese . 
Johannes de Brighous' ft vx* ejus, 

Souitr 



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UIJ.O. 

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uij.aw 

• • • • « 

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• • • • ■ 

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• • • • 9 

UIJ.O. 

• • • • J 

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luj.a. 

• • • • • 

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• • • • • 

uij.a. 



mj.a. 

.»• • • 
un.cl. 

• « • • * 

luj.d 

• ■ • • m 

ug.et. 
▼j.dL 



Willelmus Ketmaker • . 
Grifltiana Walkemain . . 

Ricardus Masoii ft v^f ejus 
Thomas Swynherd' ft yx^ ejus • 
Johannes Ralams, Tkalow . 
HenricuB Heprofi ft yx" ejus . . 
Willelmus flSescher 
Willelmus Wiot . . . . 
Bicardus Shereman, MatoA . 
Ricardus de Wlakebour (f should 

be^Blakebour") . . 

Johannes Glover 
Thomas att Well' ft yiT ejus . . 
Robertus Watsoli ft T^ ejus 
Robertus Matofi ft ytT ejus . . 
Robertus Adkensofi ft ysT ejus 
Ricardus de Hunhill' . . 

Robertus Thomasson . 
Ricardus Kayner 

Johannes Alot .... 
Alicia atte Well' . . 
Thomas Hunhill' 

Thomas Hole 

Thomas Wilkensofl . 
Thomas Adkynsofl . . 

Thomas Rayner .... 
Robertus de Derby . . . 
Johannes Clerk' ft tjT ejus . 
Willelmus Went ft viT' ejus . . 
Willelmus Haliday ft Agnes yiT 

ejus, CKapman . . . 

Thomas seruiens ejus . 
Johannes Henrisofi ft Alicia rxT 

ejus, Webuter .... 
Johannes filius ejus . . . 
Robertus de Nottoil . 
Robertus Smyth' ft yx" ejus, 

Smyth' ..... 
Adam MathiA . « 

Johannes MatbiH 
Robertus Gartwryth' ft yx"^ ejus . 
Summa— xx.t. 

Summa totalis — ^lxxYij.lL zijs. ij 



iiij.ii. 

• • • • w 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 

• • • • w 

mj.a. 
vj.dw 
Yj.d. 

uij.a. 

iuj.a. 
vj.d, 

.... J 
uij.a. 

Ulj.O. 
Ulj.O. 

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luj.oL 
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• • • • 9 

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uii.a. 
iiij.dL 
uij.d. 

• • • • « 

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• • ■ • « 

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• • • • « 

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• • • • • 

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Yj.d. 

• • • • • 

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• • • « • 

liij.a. 



Yj.«i. 

♦ • • • J 

mj.o. 
mj.a. 

• ■ • • « 

mj.a. 



(This total for the Wapentake is written 
on the dorse of Membrane 89.) 



NOTE ON AN INSCRIBED STONE AT WENSLEY. 

4y tho kte Bey. D. H. HAIOH. 
OeamnmlMUd hf tho B«t. J. T. FOWLEB, M.A., F.B. A. 

When I supplied Prof. Httbner of Berlin with copies of 
our Northumbrian inscriptions^ I had unfortunately mislaid 
the accompanying drawing, made in 1 854, of a gravestone 




of the same class as those at Hartlepool, which I found in 
1846, lying in the flagged parement of a path in the church- 



46 »OTB ON AN INSCRIBED STONE AT WENSLEY. 

yard at Wensley, exposed to the wear oi every passing foot. 
I ventured to make application to the Incumbent, for it to be 
taken up and preserved in the vestry with another which 
bears the name DONFBID, stating at the same time my 
conviction that the same pavement contains other stones of 
the same class, inverted ; but without success. The stone 
is imperfect at both ends. The cross and lettering are in 
relief. The lowest line is more worn than the other two, 
and I overlooked it in 1846, but obtained it later from a cast. 
The whole was probably OSATE FRO EATBEBEHT £T 
ABujlNI,^ and the chronological notes appended to the 
*' Historia Ecclesiastica,'^ and Simeon of Durham, supply the 
date ; " a.d. 740 Aruwini et Eadberctus interempti;" "ipso, 
anno quo S. Acca episcopus ad coelestia migravit, Arwine 
fiUus Badulfi occisus est, die x Kal. Januarii feria vii.^' It 
was 23 Dec. 741. It is interesting to remark that the coins 
of the cotemporary king Eadberht, have the same spellin<j; 
of his na me, E ATBEBEHTVS as well as EAD— , and 
EOTBESEHTVS. 

* The last word had become very in- ft cast of it some ten years ago. It was 
distinct when I saw the stoue, and made then preserved in the vestry. —-J. T. F. 



THE YARM STONE. 



ON AN INSCRIBED STONE POUND AT YARM. 

By tho Ute Bct. D. H. HAIOS. 
CoBmankated and annoUted by the B«t. J. T. FOWLER, M.A., F.Sl A. 

The following notes have a mournful interest for us, as 
being among the last written by our Lamented friend, \i'bo 
took a warm interest in our Society, and was a frequent 
contributor to the Journal. 

"I am indebted to the kindness of the Rev. J. T. Fowler 
for an impression of the following inscription on a fragment 
of an early monumental cross, which has done duty as a 
mangle-weight at Yarm for some years, but now reposes in 
the ancient Dormitory of Durham Abbey, now used as part 
of the Chapter Library." 

PRB 

m6eRChc 
t + 8 ac + 
, alia + 8i3 

DumTCePcCR 
hiS 6Re02»eRa 

ysccae + » 

Tlie first lino contains Fresbiter abbreviated ; about hall 
the line is broken away, but there is room for three letters, 
which, combined with what follow, would give us the name 
Haem-, Helm-, Him-, or Tmm-berehct Sac is Sacerdos 
contracted. Alia is a personal name. The + before 
gigniun is perhaps intended to be taken with it,— crucis 
sigiiun=Tode-tdcen. Like -berehct in the second line, 
braodera indicates a very early date. The nouns fader, 
noder^ Inrother, sweater, dohter, which should follow our 

> I bdicT* Father Haigh countered berehct* (and) to tbe bishop Alia, in 
a a portion of tbe inecriptioti bad been memory of hia brothers, set up (this 



btokee away from the top. and proposed crosi (sigiium).*' — J. T. F. 
Ui rander i% " iV.) to the priest (Trum), 



48 ON AN INSCEIBED STONE POUND AT YARM. 

rule of declension, exhibit many anomalies in all the Teu- 
tonic dialects ; most frequently appearing without any 
inflection, but sometimes taking one. The inflected forms 
must probably be regarded as the earlier. With regard to 
brother, in particular, the two great monuments of North- 
umbrian speech, the Harewood and Lindisfarne glosses of 
the gospels, display great divergence ; the former usually 
preferring the uninflected form. Thus, for the nom. and ace. 
plural, the Lindisfarne glosses have brother (Matt. iv. 21), 
brothera (Matt^ iv. 18), brothero (Marc. iii. 31, and xii. 
46), brothra (Matt. xii. 48, and xix. 29), brothro (Matt, 
xxii. 25, Marc. x. 29 & 30, xii. 20, & xxiii. 28, Luc. xiv. 26, 
xvi. 28, xviiL 29, Joh. vii. 3 & 5). To these correspond 
brother eight times, gebrother twice, gebrothor once, 
brothra & brothro each twice, in the Harewood glosses. 
On the Runic casket we had gibrothser ; here we have 
breodera, especially remarkable for the Towel sound eo, 
afterwards contracted 6, in the first syllable. This is also, as 
far as I know, the only instance of the preposition aefter 
governing the accusative. The first letter in the last line is 
y, of a form which occasionally occurs in Northumbrian 
and Irish MSS. of the seventh and eighth centuries ; the form 
jBetae, parallel to isete iu one of the Thornhill inscriptions, 
is especially remarkable on a monument so early as this. 

Another very interesting feature in this inscription is the 
occurrence together of the titles presbiter and Bacerdos. 
The former has always had the sense which it has now, and 
in the earlier ages was the only title of the priestly rank. 
We have it in two inscriptions, probably of the fifth century, 
at Cefn Amlwch, Caernarvonshire : — 

MEBACIVS FBB HIC lACIT; 

SEXACVS FBSB HIC lACIT CVM MVLTITVDINEM 

FBATBVM : 

On one, probably of the seventh century, from Ripon, now in 
the museum at York, ADHVSE (F)BB ; on a fragment of a 
cross firom St. Mary Bishophill Junior, also in the York 
Museum, SALVE FBO MEBITIS FRESBITER ALME 
TVIS ; and on the fine tombstone at Monk Wearmouth, 
mC IN SEFVLCBO BEaVIESCIT COBFOBE HEBE- 
BEBICHT FBB-B. 



ON AN INSCRIBED STONB FOUND AT YARM. 49 

The latter, in the earlier ages of the Church, as a title, 
belonged to, and especially designated bishops. 

So, in an inscription in the Catacomb of S. Calixtus, S. 
Damasus (A.p. 366 to 384) speaks of his predecessor S. Mel- 
diiades. 

Hic posmrs lonoa vixit avi nr pace 

SACEBDOS; 

and S. Ambrose in his Epistles (v. 30) speaks of '' Sanctus 
Damasua RomansB ecclesiae sacerdos/' 

So, in the beautiful testament of S. Perpetuus, Bishop of 
Toora, we have : — " Ego Perpetuus, peccator, TuronicaB 
eccledae sacerdos, presbyteris, diaconibus et clericis ecclesisd 
meae — ; evangeliorum librum quem scripsit Hilarius quon- 
dam Pictariensis sacerdos, tibi Eufronio fratri et consacer- 
doti dilectissimo, do, lego, yoIo, statuo — ; tibi fratri et 
ooQsacerdoti carissimo de quo Dominus providebit post de- 
oessum meum ecclesiaa nunc mead tunc tuaa, — tu, frater et 
oonsacerdos carissime, presbjteros, diaconos, clericos, virgines, 
meos. tuos. ama, exemplo juva^ benevolentia praeveni." 

So Gregory of Tours says "Decedente sacerdote apud 
Nolanam urbem ipse in locum episcopi subrogatur (Gloria 
Confesaonim, 107). 

So also, A.D. 673, S. Theodore calls each bishop who came 
to the synod of Hertford " frater et consacerdos/' 

In his *' Historia Ecclesiastica " Yen. Baeda designates bj 
this title SS. Grerroanus, Lupus, and Severus, the bishops who 
came to Britain to refute the Pelagians in the fifth century ;' 
and also Cor man, the predecessor of S. Aidan ;' but he ex- 
tends it also to others who were certainly not bishops, as 
Adamnan Abbot of Hii^ and Boisil Prior of Melrose ;* and, 
although we have traces of the ancient custom considerably 
later, as 8ACERD0TIS NANNENSIS aVIBIACI, a.d. 
98S, (on a seal,) we may consider the date of his great work 
as marking the period of transition. 

We may therefore regard the precious inscription at 



' Hm relereooes mn to Bsoda, Hist. the name of Connan, but this bishop is 

Ub. L, cap. xvii., zriiL, xzi. King to called by Hector Boethius, bk. iz. 

Aifrwra ▼erakm doea not contain the * Bioda, V., zzL, in a letter not given 

faimOel pMHgva. by Alfred. 

* BcBcUp IlLt ▼•• where Alfred*! reralon * Bnda, IV., zzTii Alfred here ren- 

lisda does not mention der* ' Moerdoa' by ' Msae Preoet.' 



Tou ru 



50 ON AN INSCRIBED STONE FOUND AT TARM. 



Stonykirk, Wigtonshire,— HIC lACENT SCI ET PRAE- 
CIFVI SACE&DOTES ID EST VIVENTIVS ET MA- 
yOBIVS, — as undoubtedly commemorating two early 
bishops, successors of S. Ninian, in the fourth pr fifth cen- 
tury ; and the rude stone pillar at Llanthetty, Brecknock- 
shire, inscribed + OITJBDAN SACERDOS, as the monument 
of another of the same rank, since it can scarcely be referred 
to a later date than the seventh century. These are the 
only instances of the occurrence of this title, in our early 
inscriptions. 

On the Yarm monument two persons were certainly com- 
memorated, one entitled presbiter, the other Bacerdos ; the 
distinction shows clearly that the latter was a bishop, and we 
cannot hesitate in completing his name Trumberehct. 
Trumbriht or Trumbyrht, as he is called in the English 
Chronicle® (Ven. Baada calls him Tunberct),'' was consecrated 
Bishop of Hexham in 681, and deposed in 685, for reasons 
unknown to us. 

The exclusive use of Romanesque letters in this inscription, 
and the occasional use of Latin words, afford a strong pre- 
sumption that the writer, as well as his brothers, had re- 
ceived holy orders, and so perhaps he was the Aella pbr* 
named in the " Liber Vit»," fol. 20 br 

Since the above remarks of Father Haigh were written, 
paper casts of the inscription have been examined by Professor 
Stephens, of Copenhagen, and by Professor Earle, of Oxford. 
The former says, in a letter to me, dated Dec. 18, 1877, — 

" I am in the third heavens about your glorious Yarm find. 
It is worth its weight in diamonds, or rather it is simply 
priceless. It gives us the missing link in the Scando-Gothic 
tungs, the dative in the word BBOTHEB, not onlyJbreaking 
the Yowel, EO, but also ending in the full A, for which we 
must hitherto go back to the Sanscrit. Thus, BBEODEBA. 
Our friend Mr. Haigh . . . adds that he has found in the 
broken first line t he best part of PRE . . . and that the word 
has been PRESBYTER, and that by some reason which I 
cannot understand and which is not grammatical, the cross 
was raised to two persons, a priest and a bishop, and that 

• Sub annul 631, 685. oeater has Tunbert^ sub anno 681. 

7 Bsda, IV., xxviiL Florence of Wor- 



OH AH IHSCRIBRD 8T0NB POUND AT YARM. 



51 



BBBODEBA is in the accusative plural." Prof. Stepliens 
goes on to state his own view thus : — 

** 1. The whole inscription as it stands cannot possibly 
signify that the monument was raised to two people. 

'* 2. At tliis early time AFTEB governs a dative, not an 
aocosatiTe. 

" 3« Who ever heard of burying a priest and a bishop in 
the same grave ? Especially when no reason is given for a 
thing so ecclesiastically monstrous. 

'*4. The whole line has doubtless borne + PBESXJL 
TRU. FBESUL or PRJESUL is a well-known olden 
church-word, as applied by respect and courtesy to the 
highest ecclesiastical dignitaries. It was an epithet equal to 
our Dignitary or Right Reverend, and was given to Arch- 
bishops, Bishops, mitred Abbots, etc., and therefore standing 
alone would not be sufficient Consequently the distinctive 
EPISOOPUS, for SANCTVS ® was at this time largely used 
therefor, was necessarily and properly added. Therefore the 
whole is absolutely correct and grammatical. 



( + ) PRE(SUL TBU) 
MBERBHC 
T + SCS (sie) + 
ALLA + SIGN 
UM AEFTER 
HIS BREODERA 
/SETAE.» 

~ The oldest dative singular BBEODERA, and the oldest 
J for I on one stone ! Can you ask for more ? '' 

I must now mention that to Canon Greenwell and myself 
the first character in the second line, which is less distinct 
than almost any of the letters, has always looked like NI or 
SI, and we have thought the name might have been 
irgttTMgingm yr or TUIULBEBEHCT. The two or three 
letters in the top line are very indistinct, and the first in the 



* pMl Stepbons has inadTeiicntly read 
SCS for 8 A C, the letters un- 
&oQhUdlj cut on the atone. But, aa 
rrthn* Haifli baa well made ont, 
SACXSDOS Blood for biahop ; ao that 
it ooDM* to the aame tbtog. I believe 
tbai tbe words ** Eeoe Sturrdot magnua, 
qtu IB dieboa aoia placoit Deo, et inventus 
est jufltqi^'* ATS •ppVmd in tbe IfiaMla 



and Breriariea to none but biRbope. Tbe 
passage ia adapted from one in l^leaiaa- 
ticua, wbere tbe word Sacerdoa duea not 
occur, nrhich makea its liturgical applica- 
tion the more noteworthy.—^. T. F. 

' 1 suppose Professor Stephens would 
translate *'Tbe Dignitaiy IVumberebct 
tbe Bishop to AlU. in memory of bis 
brother, set up (this) cross.'*— J. T. F. 

B 2 



52 ON AN INSCRIBED STONE FOUND AT TARM. 

last line is somewhat obscure. There is no doubt whatever 
as to any of the others. I sent paper casts to Prof. Earle 
in May, 1879, studiously avoiding the least hint of any 
reading, and he has suggested the following ; — 

(P)RO (HE) 
RIBEREHC 
T + SAC + 
ALLA + SIQN 
UM AEFTER 
HIS BREODERA 
(Y) SETAE + 

" For Hereberht priest (or, For H. sacred ?) Alia erected 
this cross in memory of his brother ; '' but he adds, ** I wish 
I could see the T more distinctly/' 

For my own part I think that the fragments of letters in 
the top line look more like BO than anything else, and the 
supposed B in hne 2 I take to be X. I would further 
suggest that there may have been OBATE in a line above. 
Thus we might have, (ORATE P)BO (TXT) etc., '' Pray for 
Tuniberehct bishop (or priest). Alia erected (this) cross 
after (or in memory of) his brother." 

With respect to the front side, the illustration speaks for 
itself. The back and the two remaining sides are occupied 
by patterns similar in character to that on the fronts though 
not identical in design. 

I may just add that the dimensions are : height, 2 ft. 3 in. ; 
width, 1ft. Ofin.; thickness, T^in. 



Cfye late Heii. JDanirl ?^ntvs ?|aig[9« 

This learned and much respected member of our Associa- 
tion died after a short illness on the evening of Saturday, May 
lOth^ 1879, at St. Mary's College, Oscott. He was born at 
Brinacall Hall, near Chorley, Lancashire, Aug. 7, 1819, but 
always considered himself to be a Yorkshireman, for he was 
educated in Yorkshire, and his family had originally come 
from Huddersfield. His father died when he was a child, 
and his mother when he was only sixteen, whereupon he 
found himself in a place of responsibility as the eldest of three 
orphan boys, who had come, in equal proportions, into the 
possession of a large fortune. He began life by going into 
business in Leeds. Here he threw himself heartily into that 
Church reviyal which the late Dr. Hook was enabfed to 
bring about, and, beheving that he was called to serve God 
as a priest, resolved to devote life and fortune to that service. 
With this view he went to live with the clergy of St. 
Saviour's, and contributed liberally to the schools and other 
works connected therewith. In those unsettled times, when 
four of the St. Saviour s clergy joined the Roman Communion, 
he too lost heart about the Church of England, and went 
with the rest, Jan. 1, 1847. He had, in great part, built a 
new church in Leeds before taking this step, that of All 
Saints, York Road, and it remained in the possession of 
those for whom he had intended it. It is in one of the 
blackest and poorest parts of the town, among the mills, 
where probably the founder meant himself to labour. Ho 
went to Oscott to study for the Roman priesthood, and on 
the feast of St. Augustine, ''Apostle of England,'" a.d. 1848, 
laid the foundation of a very beautiful place of worship for 
the Roman Catholics at Erdington, about two miles from 
Oscott In an unpretentious house close to this building he 
Kved till 1876, dividing his substance, then much diminished, 
with a large family of orphans^ whom he gathered about 



54 THE LATE REV. DANIEL HENRY HAIQH. 

him and kept under his own roof. Their number was 
usually about twelve, and one of his last works in retiring 
from Erdington was to find new homes for these little ones. 
Working with kindly and unobtrusive energy among the 
large population of poor Roman Catholics in Erdington, he 
went on training souls in godliness, beautifying the holy 
house he had raised for God, adding to its furniture, and 
bringing it nearer to his ideal, which, we may here remark, 
was thoroughly English. In its pure English architecture, 
in the perfect taste shown in its fittings, including a proper 
screen with the "Rood, Mary, and John,^^ it was in its 
general effect and character as like an old English church, 
and as unlike a modern Roman one as it well could be. And 
it was a pleasant sight to witness how he went about among 
his people in his cassock and biretta, with a kind word or 
smile for all, for which young and old alike seemed ever 
to be on the look out. In 1875 he had the happiness to 
celebrate the twenty -fifth anniversary of the consecration of 
that beautiful building which he loved best on earth, with a 
truly mediaeval blending of religious rites with brotherly 
kindness and good cheer. And at the sound of the bell all the 
happy throng gladly assembled for Vespers, the good pastor 
officiating in the sight of his flock, who, though on a 
working-day, were filling the House of God from end to end. 
Such was this good man in his ministerial capacity. His 
recreation consisted in the study of the past, and herein his 
heart ever turned to Yorkshire with especial pleasure. As 
soon as he heard of our Association, he was eager to join it, 
and he has made frequent and valuable contributions to our 
Journal. The two last will be found in this present Part. 
His learning was of a very varied character. "Anglo- 
Saxon" and Runic lore was that by which he was best 
known, but he w.as also familiar with the cuneiform inscrip- 
tions of Assyria, with Hebrew, and with Chaldee. His lines 
of research will perhaps best be understood from the 
appended list of his writings. 

In his later years Father Haigh suffered at times from 
bronchitis, and more tlian once thought he should not live 
through the winter. Two years before his death he retired 
from his Erdington mission, and went to live in the College 
at Oscott, within a short walk of his former home. Here he 
might have spent a quiet and happy old age, but his own 



THE LATB BEY. DANIEL HENRY HAIGH. 55 

expectation that he should not live long was fulfilled. Ue 
died, as we have said, after a short illness, and to the great 
grief of his former congregation and his friends at Oscott as 
well as elsewhere. He was always ready to help in any 
archaeological inquiry, and had many correspondents, who 
will now greatly miss his characteristic letters, full as they 
were of valuable information and kindly feeling. He quite 
hoped to be able to join our excursion in 1878, but was 
prevented. Had he been able to come, many of our members 
would have had the privilege of becoming personally ac- 
quainted with a man whom they could not but have admired 
and respected, and whom they could not soon have forgotten* 
The appended list of his works is as complete as we have 
been able to make it, but it will probably require some 
additions. 

PuBUBHKD Works and Comtributioks to Vabious Journals, &c. 

On the Fragments of Crosses discovered at Leeds in 1838, in Appen- 
dix to Greenwood's ** Early History of Dcwsbury." 

An Essay on the Numismatic History of the ancient Kingdom of the 
East Angles. Leeds, 1845. 

The Conquest of Britain by the Saxons : a harmony of the ** Historia 
Britonum," the writings of Gildas, the ** Brut," and the Saxon Chronicle, 
with reference to the eyents of the fifth and sixth centuries. London, 1861. 

The Anglo-Saxon Sagas, an Examination of their value as aids to 
history ; a sequel to the *' History of the Conquest of Britain by the 
Saxons." London, 1861. 

Ciyptac Inscriptions on the Cross at Hacknees, In Yorkshire. 8vo, pp. 26. 

Notes on the History of S. Begu and S. Hild, etc. 8vo,pp. 40 and vii. 
Hartlepool, n. d. 

The Saxon Cross at Bewcastle. 8yo, pp. 47. 

The Runic Monuments of NorthumbriiL 8yOy pp. 40, no title. 
Leeds, n. d. 

The Coins of the Danish Kings of Northumberland. 8yo, pp. 57. 
From ** Archteologia iEliana,** yoL yiL 

On the Jute, Angle, and Saxon Royal Pedigrees. 8yo, pp. 32. From 
" Arch»ologia Cantiana,*' yol. yiii. 

Coincidence of the History of Ezra with the First Part of the History 
of Nehemiah. 8yo, pp. 4. From " Trans. Soc. Bibl. Arch." vol. ii part i. 
1873. 

The Compensation paid by the Kentish Men to Ine for the Burning of 
Iful. From " Archieologia Cantiana," yol. x. 8yo, pp. 10. 

Notes in Illustration of the Runic Monuments of Kent. ** ArchaooL 
Cantiana,^ vol. yiiL pp. 164-270. 

Comparison of the Earliest Inscribed Monuments of Great Britain and 
Ireland. A P^per read before the Royal Irish Academy, Noy. 13, 1876. 
Published in their Proceedings, 2nd Ser. yol i. pp. 424-456. (PoL Lit. «!: 
Aotiq.) Dabltn, Uniyersity Press, 1879. 



56 THE LATE BBV. DANIEL HBKRT HAIQH. 

The following letter was received by Mr. Tomlioson from 
the renowned Egyptian scholar, Professor Lipsius, of the 
Royal Library, Berlin, together with the list of Father 
Haigh's contributions to the Zeitschrift fiir Aegyptische 
Sprache und Alterthumskunde, for which we are deeply in- 
debted to the learned professor's courtesy. 

** KONIGLIOHE BiBLIOTHEK, 

" Berliti, U 22 Dec, 1879. 
" Monsieur. 

*'Ce n'est que par yotre lettre da 17** que j'ai appris la mort 
bien regrettable du savant Dr. Hj. Haigh, qui depuis dix ans nous 
avait foumi des preuves nombreuses de son Erudition et de sa sagacity, 
dans les articles concemant tant6t TEgypte et tantdt TAssyrie. Yous 
m'avez demande une liste des diff^rentes articles de sa plume qu'il avait 
destinies pour notre Zeitschrift, Je ne manque pas de la joindre ici. 

" J'ai rhonneur d'6tre, Monsieur, 

" Votre tr^ d6vou6, 

**R. LiPSius." 



To the Editor, on Egyptian Geographical Names found in the Assyrian 
Texts. Vol. vi. pp. 80-83 (1868). 

Assyria. Vol. vii. pp. 3-6 (1869). 

Egyptian Genealogies, ib, pp. 43-47. 

Gosen, i6. p. 47. 

Remarks on Assyrian chronology, t5. pp. 117-121. 

Sardanapalus : his place in histoty. Vol. viii. pp. 86-88, 101-108 
(1870). 

Notes on the Calendar in Mr. Smith's papyrus. Vol ix. pp. 72-73 
(1871). 

Comparative Chronology of Assyria, Egypt, and Israel, ib. pp. 74-80, 
99-103. 

Assyrio-^^gyptiaca, ib. pp. 112-117. 

Nabonassar. Vol x. pp. 46-48 (1872). 

The Annals of Assurbanipal considered in their relation to the oo- 
temporary chronology of Lydia, Egypt, and Israel, ib. pp. 125-129. 

Cbaldeean and E^ptian synchronisms. Vol xii. pp. 12-23 (1874). 

Amarpal, Hakan, and Milukh, ib. pp. 53-55. 

The Country of Kheta, ib. pp. b6-^^, 69-72, 96-100, 130-132. 

An Assyrio- Egyptian synchronism, i6. pp. 67-69. 

Kharu, Reten, and Shasu. Vol. xiii. pp. 29-32, 60-64 (1875). 

The Story of Saneha, ib. pp. 98-105. 

On the Shasu People. VoL xiv. pp. 52-57 (1876). 

Origin of the XXII. Dynasty, Vol. xv. pp. 38-40, 64-71 (1877). 

Ramses, Messen, Horus, Horemheb. Vol. xviL pp. 154-160 (1879). 

The following list of Numismatic papers read by Mr. 
Ilaigh, and published in the Numismatic Chronicle, has 



THB LATE BEY. DANIEL HENRT HAIGH. 57 

been most obligingly supplied by Dr. Birch of the British 
Museum : 

Od the Coins of East Auglia. Vol. ii. pp. 47-51 (1839). 

Legends on British Coins, tb. pp. 27-28. 

Bemarks npon the Numismatic History of East Anglia during the 
eerenth and eighth centuries, ib, pp. 34-41. 

On Coins of Romanus I. and II., tb. pp. 54-56. 

Remarks on early Scottish Coins, and on the arrangement of those 
bearing the name of Alexander, ib. pp. 67-72. 

On the Gold Triens inscribed "Dorovemis Civitas," ib. pp. 120-121. 

Farther remarks on the Numismatic History of East Anglia during 
the ninth century, ib. pp. 195-200. 

On the Pennies of Henry III. with the short cross. YoL iv. pp. 201- 
204 (1841). 

On the Coins of the Cuerdale find with the names "Siefredus," 
"Cunnetti," and "Ebrauc." VoL v. pp. 105-117 (1842). 

On the Leaden Tokens. YoL vi pp. 82-90 (1843). 

Miscellaneous Notes on the old English Coinage. Yol. ix. (New 
s), p. 171(1869). 

Coins of JBlfred the Great. YoL x. (New Series) p. 19 (1870). 

CoirnaBUTiOKS to the "Yorkshire Arohjbolooioal Journal." 

Yorkshire Runic Monuments. YoL ii. 252. 

The Monasteries of S. Hein and S. Hild. YoL iii. 349. 

Note on the Healaugh Tombstone, ib. 408. 

Where was Cambodunum. Yol. iv. 56. 

Yorkshire Mints under Danish Kings, ib, 73-84. 

On Runic Inscriptions discovered at Thomhill, f6. 416. 

Yorkshire Dials. YoL v. 134. 

Additional Note on the Healaugh Tombstone, ib. 223. 

Caer Ebrauc, the first city of Britain, ib. 350. 

On two Altars, dedicated to the Matres, in the York Museum, ib. 406. 

On an Inscribed Stone found at Yarm. YoL tL 

Note on an Inscribed Stone at Wensley, ib. 

The following dates of events in his life he had entered in 
a missal at Erdington. 

"Daniel Henry Haigh, born Aug. 7, 1819 ; received into 
the Holy Catholic Church, Jan. 1, 1847 ; confirmed, Jan. 
10 ; admitted to the Tonsure, March 31 ; to all the minor 
Orders, April 3 ; to the Subdiaconate, Dec. 18 ; to the Dia- 
conate, March 18, 1848 ; to the Priesthood, April 8 ; departed 
this life, ." 

For this and some other particulars we are indebted to a 
notice in T/ie TaUet, for May 24, 1879. 

J. T. F. 



ABSTBACTS OP OLD DEEDS. 

Ckimmunicated bj CHARLES JACKSON, DonoMtor.^ 

Sciant &c quod ego Rogerus Rascine filius Rogeri 
abiuraui et quietam clamaui Canonicis de Brillington &c 
illam carucatam terre in Fraistingtorp^ quam Henricus Siluer 
aliquando tenuit de illis ad firmam et totum ius quod ali- 
quando dicebam me habere in terra ilia quietu clamaui 
simul et abiuraui et banc quiete clamantiam et abjurationem 
presenti carta Deo et beate Marie et prefatis Canonicis con- 
firmaui in perpetuum. Hiis testibus: Ricardo Rascine fratre 
meo, Nicholao de Biford, et Adam . . . ., Ernaldo et 
Nicholao de Buketon, Witto de Lekebum, Luca Siluer, 
Roberto Coco, et Waltero Escrop, et multis aliis liberis 
hominibus. {Twelfth century.) 

Sciant &c quod ego Michael filius Gilberti Coci de Bramp- 
ton dedi Thome filio meo vnum messuagium cum edificiis et 
crofto vna cum quadam bouata terrae quam habui in villa de 
Brampton, et ilium annuum redditum duodecim denariorum 
cum forinseco quem quondam de Domino Willelmo de Thorn- 
hill annuatim recipere solebam pro ma bouata terraa in dicta 
villa. Reddendo inde annuatim DominsB Egglentine' quon- 
dam relictdd Domini Raineri flandrensis, vel heredibus suis, 
duos solidos, ad duos anni terminos — medietatem ad assump- 
tionem beataB Marias et aliam medietatem ad festum Sancti 
Andreae apostoli, ffaciendo inde seruicium debitum. Hiis 
testibus: Johanne de Sschires, de Melton,^ Thoma de Eccles- 



* The original documents are in the 
pOBseflBion of Charles Thorold, Esq., of 
Welham, near Retford. Mr. Jackaon de- 
sires to acknowledge the obliging assist- 
ance he has received, in making these 
abstracts, from Dr. Sjkes, F.S.A., Don- 
caster. 

' Fraisthorpe, about 4 miles from Brid- 
lington. 



' Rainer Flandrensis, or le Fleming, 
living 1252, married Eglantine, or Bo.->»- 
mund, a dau. of Ralph de Horbury, sister 
to the wife of l^icholas de Wortley. 
(Hunter, S. Y. II. 66.) 

^ Jn Domesday, Merelton and Medel- 
ton. Usually called West Melton, to 
distinguish it from Melton-on-the-hiU. 



ABSTRACTS OF OLD DEEDS. 5& 

field, de eadem, Rogero Polain, de Brampton, Thoma filio 
Rogeri de eadem, Rainor de Holand^ Johanne Le Suthrin, 
Johanne de Neuhalle, Willelmo de Crigleston clerico, et 
aliis. Data apud Brampton crastino apostolorum Petri et 
Pauli. A.D. M"*^. CC™* . . . XX"^ sexto. 1 

Sciant kc Mjchael de Brampton dedi kc ThomaD filio meo 
capitale messuagium cum edificiis et crofto rnd, cum quadam 
bouata terrse quam babui in Brampton, et ilium annuum red- 
ditam xij denariorumcum forinseco quem quondam de Domino 
Willelmo de Thomhill annuatim recipere solebam pro vna 
bouata terras in Brampton. Reddendo inde annuatim Domine 
Eglatine relicte Domini Rayneri fflamang et heredibus suis 
daoe solidos annuos, &c. Hiis testibus : Johanne de Scjres 
de Melton, Thoma de Ecclesfeld de eadem, Rogero Pulain de 
Brampton, Thoma filio Rogeri de eadem, Rainor de Holand, 
Johanne Le Surays, Johanne de Neuhal, Willelmo de Crig- 
leston clerico, et aliis. 

Sciant kc quod ego Johannes capellanus filius Jojlani de 
Bramptona dedi Arnaldo capellano de Meltona in maritagio 
cum Margeria sorore mea et heredibus qui de illis exiverint 
unam dimidiam acram terrae in territorio de — omerwelle sicut 
jacet inter terras Rajneri de Holand et se extendit de via 
que vadit versus Wamwell, et abuttat super viam que vadit 
uersns Derfeld de Wath. Reddendo inde annuatim mihi et 
heredibus meis vnam rosam ad festum Sancti Johannis Bap- 
tiste pro omni seculari seruicio kc Notandum quod nullo 
lierede ex eis legitime procedente predicta dimidia acra terra 
post exitum dicti Arnaldi dicto Johanni vel heredibus suis 
revertetur. Hiis testibus : Ricardo de brereth Johanne de 
Shyre, Willelmo Carpentario, Johanne Helwine, Johanne le 
bures, Symone Brun, Johanne Haliday, Thoma de Ecclisfeud, 
Petro clerico de Wath, et aliis multis. No dale. 

« 

Sciant kc Willelmus filius Willelmi de Wath dedi Michael! 
filio Gilbert! Coter, de Brampton, totas partes meas de 
Hakestort,' in territorio de Brampton, quas habui de Henrico 
de Ker et de eodem Michele et do parte mea propria. Sci- 
licet sicut jacet inter Bruncroft et thnukcbec ct se extendit 
de prato Thomas Ecclisfeld, et abuttant super uiam que uadit 

• Alibi, Hakwtorp. 



.60 ABSTRACTS OP OLD DEEDS. 

uersus Hymlingfeld,® et preterea dedi &c dicto Michaeli totam 
partem meam de Haliker, et totam partem quam Henricus 
de Ker quondam tenuit de Haliker, scilicet que pertinet ad 
unam bouatam terrsD et predictse partes iacent inter pratum 
ThomsB de Ecclisfeld et territorium de Brampton et sinistro 
latere diuiditur, et preterea dedi dicto Michaeli vnam pertica- 
tam prati in fiettewro sicut jacet inter pratum bouatdd de 
Horbyry et pratum ejusdem Michaelis. Reddendo inde 
annuatim mihi et heredibus meis tres solidos et septem de- 
narios, scilicet, viginti et unum denarios et obolum ad 
Pentecosten et viginti et vnum denarios et obolum ad festum 
Sancti Martini in Hyeme pro omni seculari servicio &c. Hiis 
testibus : Ricardo de Breretysel, Willelmo de Swynton, Jo- 
hanne de Skires, Willelmo de Rodes, Roberto de Rodes, 
Johanne Surreys, Petro clerico de Wath, et aliis. 

Sciant &c quod ego Thomas filius Jordani de Caldelouhe 
dedi &c Roberto filio Nicholai de Sky res &c vnam dimidiam 
acram terrad in territorio de Brampton in Heldeberne cum 
longitudine et latitudine sicut jacet inter terras Rogeri de 
Scyres &;c. Reddendo inde vnum obolum ad Pentecosten 
pro omnibus seruiciis &c. Pro hac donatione &c dedit mihi 
predictus Robertus quatuor solidos argenti prsemanibus. 
Hiis testibus : Reinero de Wambwell, Hugone de Crigleston, 
Rogero de Scyres, Johanne Doynel, Roberto Walegrun, 
Johanne de Scyres, Willelmo de Rodes, Willo de Wudehall, 
Ricardo filio Thomas, et aliis. 

Sciant &c Henricus filius Reyneri de Roland in Brampton 
dedi &c Waltero filio Claricie manenti in Melton &c vnam 
acram terrse in territorio de Brampton vnde una dimidia 
acra jacet super Westpithille inter terram meam et terram 
predicti Walteri tenet de Ballinoxganke et vna roda 

terrae jacet super Stokwellemore inter terram Roberti Hurle 
et terram Prioris de Bretton, et vna alia roda terrae jacet super 
Stokwellemore inter terram Rogeri Polayn et terram Wiiti 
Brincfox. Hiis testibus : Henrico de AUertwayt ; Roberto 
filio Petri ; Henrico de Bosco ; Thoma Thori ; Rogero 
Polayn, Henrico filio Mar, et aliis. a.d. 1302. 

* JSow Hemiogfield, a hamlet in Wombwell, iu jMiriAli of Darfield, 4 4 nmaa £rom BamBley. 



ABSTRACrrS OF OLD DEEDS. 61 

Sciant &c Henricus filius Raineri de Holand in Brampton 
coDoessi Sec Waltero de Boulton in Melton ice vnam dimidiam 
arram terrse in Brampton sicut jacet in campo qui dicitur 
Wespithill inter terram dicti Henrici et terram dicti Walteri, 
et abuttat super croftum Henrici Burl. Hiis testibus : Ad de 
Brertuisil, Henrico de Bosco, Henrico de Suinton, Henrico 
filio May, Alexandre Polain, et multis aliis. Data apud 
Brampton yiij kalendas Aprilis a.d. 1302. 

Sciant kc quod ego Cecilia filia Kicardi Bate de Golde- 
thorp in mea virginitate et in propria potestate mea dedi &c. 
Waltero filio Claricie de Melton &c medietatem illius bouate 
terrae in villa de Brampton que vocatur Ballin oxgang, vide- 
licet totam illam terram cum toffto quam babui ex done et 
concessione Emicie matris mee, necnon et ex concessione et 
quieta clamacione Domini Roberti fratris mei, prout jacet in 
villa de Brampton iuxta Wath &c. Hiis testibus : Ada de 
brerewisil, Roberto de Wath, Rogero Perre, Willo Yog, 
Rogero Polayn, Henrico filio Reyner, Roberto Suard, Thoma 
Thori, et aliis. a.d. 1307 [no month or day]. 

Sciant kc ego Thomas Thory de Brampton concessi &o 
Matilde et Luciano filiis mee [sic] vnum toflum in villa de 
Brampton inter messuagium meum et toftum quondam Elie 
de Wigtuisil. Hiis testibus : Rogero Polain, Henrico filio 
Raineri, Johanne Carpentario, Rogero de Ridil, Witto fans- 
bran,^ Henrico Hurl, et aliis. Data apud Brampton. 3 Idus 
Oct. 1311. 

Omnibus kc Adam filius Elye Mod de Halgton salutem in 
Domino. Noveritis me recepisse octo decim marcas argenti 
et dimidiam de Henrico Sward de Bramton pro toto tene- 
mento quod quidem predictus Henricus ex me comparavit 
kc Ita totum pacatum de predicto Henrico fideliter recepi, 
sed nullam actionem versus dictum Henricum decetero 
possam movere kc Hiis testibus: Thoma tory, Roberto 
Sward, Willelmo fausebrene, Henrico Hurle, Willelmo filio 
Elye Mod. Data apud Bramton die mercurii in festo Sancti 
Marcij BwangelistaB, a.d. 1319. 

' jfUbif PaiuUreoe, Fausbreny, Faiia- Bnmpion, 2 Rich. II., 187S. — Torlv. 

bmn, Faiubrene, F*iubnin, Katubyrne, Arch, and Top. Journal ^ toL 5, p. 17. 

FawsbraDe, Fauzbrynjr, Fuwsbrena, Kox* Ponibly the name of Brinofox, in dood 

br«oe, Koxbryny. A John Flanzberyo, 1302, may have aome aoaooiatioQ with 

myth, WM aweaaod to a poll-tax at thia. 



62 ABSTRACTS OP OLD DEEDS. 

Sciant &c quod ego Willelmus malet de Boulton super 
Dime dedi &c Waltero filio Claricie de Melton iuxta Wath 
totam terrain cum suis pertinentiis .... quam ego habui 
ex dono et vendicione Jordan! de pekeburne fratris mei, 
in yilla et in territorio de Bramton. Dat xv""**. Marcii 
A.D. 1316. Hiis testibus . . . . de Brereth Wyfil, Thoma 
Haliday, Radulfo Vden de Wath, Roberto fil Petri de eadem, 
Rogero Perer [Perre?] Willo fausebrem, Roberto Suard 
clerico^ et aliis. 

Sciant &c quod ego Adam filius Elie Mody de Mickel 
Halgton [Great Houghton] dedi &c Henrico filio Roberti 
Suward de Brampton illud messuagium &c et omnes illas 
terras et ten. prata et pasturas communias et redditus &c in 
Brampton que habui de dono et feoffamento Thoraae filii 
Thomas filii Michaelis infra diuisas de Brampton. Reddendo 
inde per annum eisdem capitalibus dominis feodi seruicia 
que pertinent ad predicta tenementa. Hiis testibus : Gode- 
frido de Staynton, Willelmo Scot de Byrthwayt, Waltero 
Mody de Byllinglay, Thoma Thory de Brampton, Henrico 
Hurle, Roberto Suward. 

Sciant kc Henricus filius Johannis del Coldlawe de 
Brampton dedi Willelmo Pygot del Rodes, de Brampton, 
totam illam tertiam partem vnius placese bosci jacentis apud 
le Coldlawe in Brampton, quam habui de dono Johanne de 
Rome filia Willelmi de Swinton &c. Hiis testibus : Willelmo 
del Strete, Rogero del Rodes, Johanne del Lofts, Waltero 
filio Claricie, Roberto Seward, et aliis. Data apud le Cold- 
lawe die dominico in crastino Sancti Jacobi Apostoli. 

A.D. 1332. 

Sciant &c Robertus Syward de Brampton juxta Wath 
dedi &c Johanne filie mee vnam acram terras et dimidiam in 
campis de eadem vnde vna acra jacet in campo occidentali 
de eadem in loco qui vocatur ffordoles inter terram quondam 
Willelmi del Rodes ex vtraque parte et buttat super ad 
fibrdolegate ad vnum caput, et super le Crosseslacke le 
aliud caput, et dimidia acra jacet in le Cliffilde super Steynhill, 
inter terram quondam Walteri filii Clariscie de Melton ex 
parte occidentali et terram Abbatis de fibuniaynes ex parte 
orientali, et buttat super Poryng Wellegate ad vnum caput 



ABSTRACTS OF OLD DEEDS. 63 

et super Cliffestygke^ ad aliud caput. Hiis testibus : Henrico 
Syward, Johanna Syward, Willelmo fFoxbryny, Johanne 
CSarter, Johanne de Silkeston, et aliis. Data apud Brampton 
die dominica proximo post festum Sancti Mathei Apostoli. 
A.D. 1342. 

Sciant quod ego Robertus Syward de Brampton dedi 
Roberto fiiio Daniel Broune del Abdy totam illam bouatam 
terras in villa de Brampton quam habui ex donatione Will* 
elmi filii Simonis Broune et unam rodam terrse quam habui 
ex donatione Henrici filii Rayneri de Brampton, preter unam 
acrara jacentem in campo de Wymerwelle quam dedi Hen- 
rico attbrigs et unam rodam quam dedi Johanni filio Katerinas 
quae jacet in eodem campo. — Hiis testibus : Johanne de 
Melton, Waltero Mogs^ Henrico del Abdy,® Johanne filio 
Katerinae, Johanne fiFausbreny et aliis. Data apud Brampton 
die mercurii proximo post Festum Pentecostes. a.d. 1345. 

Sciant kc quod ego Robertus de Hendelay capellanus 
dedi kc Johanni Dene de Hymlyngfeld et Alicie vxori ejus 
ad terminum yite illorum vel alterius illorum diutius viventis 
omnia terras et tenementa cum pratis &c que quondam habui 
de dono et feoffamento dicti Johannis Dene in villa et campis 
de Hymlyngfeld infra metas de Wombewell et Bramtou 
jttxta Wath. Tenend kc predictis J. D. et A. uxori eius ad 
terminum vite illorum vel diutius viventium. Et post dis* 
cessum illorum J. et A. tunc volo quod omnia predicta 
Uicardo filio eorundem revertantur (remanere Roberto fratri 
ejus — Thomas fratri ejus — Willelmo fratri ejus — Elizabethao 
sorori ejus — ^rectis heredibus predicti Johannis Dene). Hiis 
testibus : Rogero Pek de Hymlyngfeld, Ricardo Pek de 
eadem, Johanne Pek de eadem, Roberto del Clif, de eadem, 
Ricardo de Mexseburgh/® et aliis. Data apud Hymlyngfeld 
die Mercurii proximo post festum Pasche a.d. 1362. 

Sciant kc quod ego Robertus de Hesilhed de Wath dedi 
kc Jssabelle Suard de Brampton, vnam placeam in Bramp- 
Utu cum croflo et toflo quondam There. Hiis testibus : Ad' 
Wyid de Brampton, Willelmo Webster, Johanne de Rydall, 

* Query, Cliffi Mtt ingi t derived their hereditary name from it. 

* Abdy. a farm io Brampton, in par. ^ Query, Meraebui^i^h. 
WaUi, king the reridenoe of a family who 



64 ABSTRACTS OF OLD DEEDS. 

Johanne foxbrene, Rogero Bacon ^* do Wath, et aliis. Data 
apud Brampton die lune proximo ante festum Sancti Marce 
evangeliste a.d. 1365. 

Sciant &c quod ego Henricus del Wode dedi &c. Ricardo 
Peck de Hymlyngfeld duas acras et dimidiam prati cum 
pertinentiis in Brampton iuxta Wath jacentes in quodam loco 
vocato Tofbon Enge inter pratum Prions de Bretton Mona- 
chorum ex parte australi et pratum Hugonis de Wombewell 
ex parte boreali. Hiis testibus : Hugone de WombeTtrell, 
Ricardo Shepeshank, Willelmo de Monnkhill, Roberto del 
Clyff, Johanne flFauxbryny, Roberto de Raynbergh,^^ et aliis. 
Data apud Brampton iuxta Wath die Sabati Sancti Barthei 
[Bartholomei X] Apostoli. a.d. 1365. 

Omnibus &c Willelmus de Legh salutem. Noveritis me 
quietum clamasse Jobanni de Coldelaw omne jus quod habeo 
in una acra terrsB jacente sub monte de Coldelaw inter 
Doleflate et Dray. . . . &c.; Data apud Waht in prima 
dominica post festum Sancti Marci. a.d. 1366. 

His testibus : Johanne de Strete, Roberto de Raynb[argh] ; 
Johanne de Huthwayt; Johanne de Lofte ; Johanne Fox- 
brene, et aliis. 

Sciant presentes et futuri quod ego Willelmus Stel de 
Melton dedi concessi et hac presenti carta mea confirmaui 
ThomaB fiUo Walteri de Melton capellano et heredibus suis 
unum toftum cum courtilagio adjacente cum pertinentiis &c. 
Hiis testibus : Willelmo de Melton, Johanne de Melton, 
Thoma Bynethgate, Simone Blannche de Melton, Willelmo 
Walker de Wath, et aliis. Data apud Melton iuxta Wath, 
dieLunas proximo post festum Sancti Andrese Apostoli A.R. 
Regis Edwardi tercii post conquestum AngliaB quadragesimo 
secundo. [1368.] 

Sciant &c quod ego Alicia quondam vxor Helye Walays 
in propria viduitate mea dedi &c Willo Stele de Melton iuxta 

^^ Hunter, quoting Dodswortb, vol. 71, asseeaed to the poll tax. 

f. 81, gives Roger Bacon aa one of the " Hunter says (S. Y. I., 889) he had 

witnesaes to a deed of Thomas le Fleming, not been able to discover who Robert 

armiger, 49 Edw. III. (1875-6) S. Y. II. Kainbergh was who claimed the church 

66. In a MS. note he adds that in 51 of Ad wick [upon Deame] against the 

Edw. III. Roger Bacon and Emma his canons of Nested, 
wife farmed the manor of Wath and were 



ABSTRACTS OP OLD DEEDS. G3 

Wath kc totam partem meam ynius messuagii in Melton 
inter tofium Rogeri filii Alicie de Melton ex yna parte et 
toftam Johannis del Skyres ex altera^ et buttat super viam 
r^eam ad ynum et super croflum Ade de Adhewyk ad 
ahenuiL Hiis testibus : Randulpho Baconn de Wath, Jo- 
hanne Gilbert de eadem, Waltero de Melton, Thoma Thory, 
de Brampton, et aliis. 

Korerint &c me Aliciam quondam vxorem Willelmi Stele 
de Melton iuxta Wath in mea pura et legitima viduitate re- 
miflisse kc Johanni Smyth de Bolton Percy totum jus &c 
qoas habeo kc in vna parte messuagii in predicta villa de 
Melton, ratione dotis roihi contingentis post decessum pre- 
dicti Willelmi kc. Hiis testibus : Domino Henrico de 
Barton, rectore ecclesie de Bolton Percy, Willelmo Samson 
de Appilton, Willelmo Cerf de Styneton, Johanne Paulyn de 
Bolton Percy, Willelmo Dresure de eadem, et aliis. Data 
apad Bolton Percy 6 July, 1379. 

Sciant kc quod ego Johannes Pene de Hymlingffeld in 
Wombewell dedi kc. Roberto filio meo omnia terras et ten. 
mem kc quas babui in villis et campis de Hymlingffeld in 
Wombewell et Brampton. Hiis testibus : Hugone de 
Wombewell, Ricardo de Brerelay, Ada de ouer Wodehall, 
Rtcardo de Smythelay, Johanne de Wystardrode, et aliis. 
Data apud Hymlingffeld, in Wombewell, die Jouis 18 May 
jlD. 1386. 

NoTerint kc me Ricardum Wade, de Whiston, remisisse 
et quietum clamasse Ricardo Belle de Melton capellano, et 
Johanni Chapman de Roderham, heredibus kc, totum jus et 
clamenm que habeo in toto illo asserto et duabus acris terrse 
kc que nuper habui ex dono et feoffaraento Roberti Donke 
de Hen^ngthorppe in territorio de Dalton, in loco vocato 
Wflbamrydding. Hiis testibus : Willmo Donke, Roberto 
Cissore, Johe Curtus, Willmo filio Johannis de Dalton, et 
aliis. Data apud Dalton, in crastino Sancti Laurencii mar* 
tyris. A.R. Regis Ricardi secundi decimo. 1386. 

Sdant qnod ego Robertus filius Cecilie de Oulnetwayt dedi 
kc Roberto filio meo omnia terras et ten. mea que habui 
ex dono Thome Bacon et Johannis flletburgh in Koldlaw* 



66 ABSTRACTS OP OLD DEEDS- 

Hiis testibus: Willelmo del legh, Johanne de Eoldlow, Roberto 
de ifausbyrne, Roberto de Abdi, et Willelmo de Melton, et 
aliis. Data apud Koldlaw in festo Sancti Pauli. a.d. 1389. 

Sciant &c ego Ricardus Legh nuper de Legh jiixta 
Wliatbe dedi Johanni Strett de Allartbwaite unam clausurum 
Yocatam foxcroft jacentem in villatu de Holand inter clau- 
suram Jobannis AUerthwaite ex parte occidental! et com- 
muuem pasturam ex parte boreali et venellam ducentem 
usque Allertbwaite ball ex parte australi, et clausuram Jo- 
bannis Skyres de Allertbwaite Hall ex parte orientali sicut 
metsB et devissa decent. Hiis testibus : Johanne de Swynton, 
Willelmo Steidc de Wyntwortb, Roberto Hawselyn de 
Harley et aliis. Wbatbe, 1 January 1397. 

Sciant &c quod ego Robertus Draper de Westmelton dedi 
&c Jobanni filio Jobannis Collowe vnam placeam terrse cum 
edificiis et gardino adjacente in Westmelton inter toftum 
ThomsB fflemynge ex parte orientali et toflum Jobannis 
Gylberd ex parte occidentali, cujus capud australe buttat 
super communem viam et capud boreale super croftum 
Prioris de Bretton. Hiis testibus : Tboma Benetbgate, 
Jobne del Abdy, Ricardo Spenser, Jobanne Bacon, Roberto 
Blanncb, et aliis. Data apud Westmelton, die Jouis 
proximo post festum omnium Sanctorum. A.R. Regis Henrici 
IV. tercio. 1401. 

Noverint &c nos Jobannem de Collowe, et Jobannem del 
Abdy, remisisse et quietum clamasse Jobanni filio Jobannis 
de Collowe totum jus quod babemus in vna placea terrae 
cum edificiis &c cum gardino adjacente in Westmelton iuxta 
Wath que quondam babuimus ex done et feoffamento 
Roberti Draper de Westmelton iuxta Watb. Hiis testibus : 
Roberto Blancb, Ricardo Spenser, Jobanne Bacon, Tboma 
Benetbgate, Willelmo Delbyll, et aliis. Data apud West- 
melton die Veneris proximo post festimi omnium Sanctorum. 
A.R. Regis Henrici IV. tercio. 1401. 

Sciant quod ego Jobannes filius Jobannis CoUow manens 
in Mekesburgb dedi &c Jobanni Coterell *' de Watb capellano 

w John Cottrell, instituted Vicar of Wath, 1 May, 1422, died there. {S. Y. II. 71.) 



ABSTBACT8 OF OLD DEEDS. 67 

et Roberto fausbrene do Brampton vnam placeam terrse cum 
onmtbus edificiis superedificatis cum gardino adjacente in 
Westmelton inter toftum Thome fflemyng' militis ex ytraque 
piuie. Hiis testibus : Johanne Cressj, Roberto de Abdy, 
Johanne Bacon, et Johanne de Abdy, et aliis. Data apud 
Melton 15"* Sept. A.R.R. Henrici 4** decimo. [1409.] 

Ilec indentura testatur quod Johannes Talbot Dominus 
del Fumyrale, et Galfridus Laucher tradiderunt et ad fir- 
mam dimiserunt Thome BuUok et Johanni Bullok omnia 
terras et tenementa kc- quo nupcr fuerunt predicti Thoma) 
et Johannis in Onston in Com. Derbey, Roderham, et 
Bamesley in com. Ebor &c. Reddendo insuper nobis &c 
auiuatim unam unciam pi peris ad festum nativitatis Do- 
mini &c Hiis testibus : Johanne Gray de Onston, Wil- 
leimo Wolhous, de Roderham, Radulpho Povay de oadem, 
et aliis. Data apud Roderham in festo Sancti Jacobi A. R. 
Regis Henrici IV. duodecimo. [a.d. 1411.] 

Sciant Ac quod nos Johannes Tylncy de Wath, Robertus 
ffansbrene de Brampton, et Johannes Wode, dedimus &c. 
Willelmo Rayngbargh &c omnia terras et tenementa &c 
que habemus in villa et campis de Hyholand, Nethyrholand 
et Brampton Byrlagh, in parochia de Watlb super Dyme, 
que nuper habuimus ex done predicti Willelmi Ray nbargh &c. 
Hiis testibus : Ricardo Barton, WiSo Bacon, Wittmo Yueson, 
Johanne CoUogh, Willelmo Kok de Wath, et aliis. 23 
June, 13th Hen. IV. 1412. 

Sciant Sec Johanna Seward de Bramton^^ dedi &c Jo- 
hanni de Sky res et Willo Iveson do Wath omnia terras et 
tenementa que habco in villa et territorio de Brainton- 
kyrlagh juxta Wath. Hiis testibus : Robto flfowsbrene do 
Brunton ; Willo Darley de eadem ; Johanne Crcsse ; Jo- 
hanne Abde ; Thoma Bynethgate, et aliis. Data apud 
Brunton, die Sabbati proxima post translationem Sancti 
Thorn® martyris et episcopi, A. R. Regis Henrici prime, 
(nc ; bnt query some omission.) 

Sciant &e quod ego Robertus de Skyres dedi &c Johanni 
de Skyres, do Skyres, omnia ilia terras et tenementa quo 

M la th« ptfiih of Wath, W. R Tork- Bjcrkw. (Honter*! S. 7., 11. 74.) 
OMialljr diaUogoialMdM Bmnptoa 

F a 



68 ABSTRACTS OF OLD DSEDS. 

habui in yilla et infra diuisas de Brampton Birlagh. Hiis 
testibus: Roberto ffawesbrene de Brampton, Willelmo de 
Darlay, Roberto del Abdy, Willelmo Bakon de Wath, Wiito 
Iveson de eadem, et aliis. Data apud Brampton in festo 
Sancti Michaelis Arcbangeli. a.d. 1413. 

Robert de Skyres appoints Wm. Iveson ^^ of Watb to de- 
liver seisin of the said lands &c to John de Skyres. Sealed 
at Tykhill Michaelmas a.d. 1413. 

Sciant &g quod ego Willelmus Wyndehill de Doncastre 
dedi &c Willelmo Cooke dc Holmesfeld, et Radulpho Barker 
de Doner, vniim toftum cum gardino et duodecim acras terras 
in Appulknollc inter terram Roberti filii Radulphi ex vna 
parte et messuagium Ricardi Durge ex altera, et duodecim 
acras jacentes in diuersis locis in campis de Appulknolle viz. 
decern acras jacentes in loco vocato Nortonland, et duse acras 
jacent buttantes super predictum toftum. Hiis testibus : 
Willelmo Maynard, Ricardo Cartelage, Johanne Gray, Rogero 
Curteys, Willelmo Shemeld, et aliis. Data apud AppulknoUe 
in festo Sancti §edde Episcopi A.R. Regis Henrici quinti 
sexto. A.D. 1419. 

Sciant &c quod ego Johannes del Strete, de AUerth^ray t in 
Holand, juxta Wynteworth, dedi &c. Ricardo de Worteley, 
armigero, Thoma) de Wodhall de Wynteworth, Roberto de 
Lee, et Roberto filio meo, omnia terras et tenementa mea, 
redditus, et seruicia, boscos, prata, &c que habeo in villa et 
territorio de Allerthwayt et Holand &c. Hiis testibus : 
Johanne de Wodhall de Wynteworth, Willelmo del Steyde 
de eadem, Johanne Wylliamson de Holand, Johanne Wynter 
de eadem, Johanne Wyndehill, de eadem, et aliis. Data 
apud Allerthwayt in Holand, in festo Apostolorum Petri et 
Pauli, A.D. 1432, et regni Regis Henrici VI decimo. 

Sciant &c Alicia Lonnde,^^ de Addewyke, filia et heres 
Johannis CoUowe nuper de Mexburghe in mea pura viduitate 
et legitima potestate dedi &c Johanni Whitton capellano et 

^* Agnes, daughter and heir of Wfllxam Alice Lund held the manov of Adwick 

Iveson of Wath, was wife of John West^ of Payn de Tibetot as one knight's 

a younger brother of Richnrd West, Lord fee, doing suit at the Court at Bentlej. 

Dela War, temp. 11. VI. (1 422-1461.) A Jane Lund married Richard Washing- 

** Under A dwiok-le- Street, Hunter ton, whoee descendants were of the same 

Bays that in the 82 Edw. I. (1802-8) sn Adwick. {S. Y. I. 842>d). 



ABSTRACTS OF OLD DEEDS. 69 

Johanni Okes de Addewyke omnia mea terras &c in West- 
melton et in Brampton Bjlaght. Hiis testibus : Johe Skires 
de Aller&wate, Willelmo Crescy de Wath, Thoma Okes de 
Addewyke, et midtis aliis. Data apud Westmelton die 
marcorii proximo post festum Apostolorum Petri et Paali. 
AJL B^;i8 Edwardi IV. vicesimo secundo* [a.d. 1483.] 

Sciant &c quod nos Radulphus ffrechwell, Hancorus 
ffirechwell, Bicardus Wodehall, Johannes Wylcock junior, 
et Johannes He wet de Walys, tradidimus dileberauimus &c 
Badulpho Skyres omnia ilia terras et tenenienta, prata, &c 
io Allartwhayte, infra villatam de Nether Holande, que 
noper simul habuimus ex done et feoffamento Johannis 
Skyres nuper defuncti. Et si contingat prefatum Radul- 
phum Skyres sine herede de corpore suo legitime procreate 
obire» tunc volumus quod omnia predicta terras &c rema- 
neant rectis heredibus predicti Johannis Skyres, secundum 
ultimam suam voluntatem, ut in quodam testamento inde 
oonfecto plenius continetur. Hiis testibus : Willelmo Wynte- 
worth armigero, Willelmo Hawsleyn, Thoma Adamson^^t; 
multis aliis. ' Data apud Allartwhayte predictam, 10°^ 
Mardi Henrici VH. 14™». [a.d. 1498-9.] 

Endorsed — Carta in tallio facta pro feoffamento Badulphi 
Skyres, A^ xiiij R. H. VII«*. 

Sciant &c qnod ego Johannes Huet, filius et heres Wil- 
lelmi Huet de Eynwalmarsh, dedi &c Thome Huet de Wales 
et Ricardo Eliot de Waleswode^ ynum messuagium in Eyn- 
walmarsh et tres clausuras pastura) continentes decern et 
octo acras terrse in Eynwalmarsh nunc in tenura (Henrici T) 
Eliot, quarum una clausura buttat super aquam de Roder 
Tocata sex akyrs, et alia clausura buttat super moram de 
Kynwalmarsh vocata Hawasteredyng, et alia clausura buttat 
super dictum messuagium vocatum HavercrofL Hiis testi- 
bus : Johanne Huet de Wales, gentilman ; Ricardo Hunton 
de Kynwalmarsh, gentilman; Willelmo Orene de eadem, 
yoman ; Henrico ynce de Spinkhill, yoman ; Roberto Huet, 
de Eynwalmarsh, husbandman ; Data die 12™^ Aprilis 
lUnrj VII 24*« (1609). 

[1548.] This bill made the xxiijd day of October in the 
second year of King Sdwwd the sixth witnosseth that John 



70 ABSTRACTS OF OLD D£BDS. 

Brayshawe of Huddersfeld co. York labourer hath receiyed 
at date of these presents of William Dughtyman of Thurgo* 
land, yeoman, £6 13 4 sterling in part of a greater sum due 
to said J. B. by reason of an award made betwixt the said 
John and the said William and Alice his wife, as in the said 
award, dated 3rd of August last, more plainly appeareth, 
which sum he hereby acknowledges. 

Sealed and delivered in the presence of Hugh Savell, 
Matthew Wentwortb, Thomas Burdehead, Henry Grice, and 
others. 

April 6th— third year of King Edward 6th [1549]. 

Endorsed — old Deeds, Brampton & Melton. 

[1563.] Termino See Trinitatis Anno quinto Regine Eliz, 

Tribus Septimanis See Trinitatis. 

flFoster. 
Ebor. Ss. Radulphus Eawson versus Barnabeum Skyres de 

placito. 
Adam Doo et predictus Barnabeus qui tulit breve Domina) 
BeginsD versus prefatum Radulphum de predicto placito iiij*^ 
die placiti solemniter exacto non venit, nee est presens breve 
suum predictum. Ideo ipse et plegii sui de present! in 
misericordia sunt, &c. Queruntur nomina plegiorum, &c. 
Et predictus Radulphus eat inde sine die, &c. 

P me Thoraam fibster clericum Esson.*^ 

Omnibus &c Georgius Wylson de Owlcotes" in com. 
Nottinghamiae, yeoman, salutem. Sciatis mc pro et in parte 
performacionis quarundam convencionum in quadam inden- 
tura inter me et filium meum Thomam Wylson ex una 
parte et Arthurum Mower de Barley Woodsettes co. Derbiae 
yeoman, ex altera {of even date with this) concernentem 
maritagium inter predictum Thomam et Doratheam filiam 
dicti Arthuri habendum, dedisse Jacobo Ly nacre de Lyu- 
acre Hall co. Derbiee, armigero, Roberto Eyre de Spittle, 
CO. Nott., armigero, Francisco Parker de Whytley in com. 

^' Esaoniorum, t.e. of Essoins. An *^ Olcotes, hodie^ Oldoo&ts; a town- 

essoin signifies an excuse for one sum- ship, pai*tly in Bljth and partly in Har- 

tnoned to answer to an action, &;c., for worth, Notts, 4 mUes north from TickbiU. 

any just cause of absence, See line's ^i8t, Blyth^ X58, 



ABSTBAOTS OF OLD DEEDS. 71 

Ebor generoso, et Jobanne Burton de Owlcotes, totum ilium 
mtnerium aiye capitale messuagiura Tocatum Wolthwajt ^^ 
in parochia de Tickhill, modo in tenura Francisci Foliambe 
aimigeri &a, ac omnes terras arabil., prata, pascua, &c., 
ac omnia alia terras &c.> et hereditamenta quaecunque mei 
dicti Greorgii jacentes in Tyckhill, Steyntone, Bugthorpe, 
Maltbje et Sandbecke. July 2, 1589. 

1680-1. March 16. Indenture of Exchange between 
George Ellis " of Brampton co. York gent, of the one part, 
and William Skyers of Halgh Greene in the same county, of 
the other. 

The said George Ellis in consideration of 2 little lands 
lying under BincU£f house, N.E. and against the long hedge 
and highway, also two lands more on the same shutt now in a 
dose taken in under Bincliff house, also one land lying on the 
Wellspring flatt next to Mr. Senior's land N.^ also 10 lands 
lying on a short shutt on the Cockshutt flatt abutting on the 
Knolbolk, also 3 lands and a goore, and one land more in 
the Land Ends Shutt^ with all the meadow ground in the 
land Ends or the Ingg, thereto of ancient right belonging, 
containing about 4^ acres, all in the Cliff Field of Brampton 
Byerlaw, and formerly exchanged by the said W" Skyers 
unto said George Elhs, and long since delivered to him. 
Now he the said George Ellis in consideration of such ex- 
change doth hereby grant &c. in exchange to said W™ 
Skiers all that one land lying in the Dogghole next a balk 
between the lands of the Earl of Strafford E. and Mr. Senior 
W.y and one land on the Long Shutt between said earl ou 
both sides, also 2 lands more on same shutt going up to the 
Cliff lying betwixt the lands of Mr. Shaw, N. and the said 
earl, S.^ also one land in the Land Ends lying between the 
lands of said earl, W. and M*" Shaw, E.^ also two lands 
lying in the Wellsprings Shutt betwixt the lands of Widow 
Pearson, S. and said W"" Skyers, N. also two lands more 
on the same shutt near Groodale's house, betwixt the land 
of the said earl on both sides, and also one land abutting on 



* WolUiwsyty ■ometimet eallod Wool- pUc4!^ nttiriod Elisabeth, daughter of 

fiU a iann in th« pamh of Tickhill, John Qorficld, yicar of TickhilL (S, Y^ 

brfrtf^ging to the Earl of Scarborough. I. 289.) 

UnBter »ja, " The Wilaona were aotient ^ CoDcerning Geoige EUia, see Huq- 

at Wollbwaite." Nioholaa WilM>n, of that ter's A Y. II. 72-75, 



72 



ABSTBACTS OF OLD DEEDS. 



the said Stile in the long hedge by a baike there, all 
which lands are in the said Cliff Field, and also one little 
pingle of meadow at the bottom of the Cliff Close — ^in all 
about four acres and a half. To have and to hold in ex- 
change to the said W" Skyers.^ 



'^ William Skiers of Haigh Green, 
Worsbro' (belieyed to be the same peraon 
aa the William, party to thia deed of ex- 
change) bad a daughter Jane, married to 
Josiaa Stevenson of Rotherham, whose 
daughter and heiress, Dorothy, married 
Edmund, son of Robert Mower of Barley 
Woodseata, and had a son, Skiers, who 



died in infancy, and a danghter, Elimbeth, 
married to Benjamin Haigh, mayor of 
Doncaster in 1765; the daughter of thia 
marriage became the wife of Edward 
Bower, sui^geon, and had a son, John 
Seddon Bower, M.D., of Doncaster, father 
of Edmund Chivers Bower, now of Wad- 
worth Hall. 



EXTRACTS FROM ME. ROOEB DODSWOETH'S MANUSOEIPTS 
BELATING TO BBIQHOUSE, CLIFTON, KIEKLEES AND 
HABTSHEAD, IN THE WAPENTAKE OP MOBLEY, IN THE 
WEST BIDING OF THE COUNTY OF YOBK. 

Oommunloatod by OEORQE JOHN ARHTTAQB, F.S^. 

Thb following extracts are transcribed from HarL MS., 
No. 797, in the British Museum. This book is one of a 
series of thirteen which contains collections from Mr. Dods- 
worth's MSS. in the Bodleian Library at Oxford, but, to use 
the words of the catalogue, '' with this difference, that what 
Mr. Dodsworih wrote sparsim in his several volumes accord- 
ing as matter occurred to him, they place under the names 
of the towns to which such matter relates. And also, that 
whereas Mr. Dodsworth transcribed his originals in their 
own language, they translate the same into English — even 
epitaphs and inscriptions/^ 

Tlus collection is mostly in the handwriting of one Mr. 
Jennyns, but some parts are in that of Mr. Tillotson. The 
volumes are from 793 to 805 inclusive, each volume, with 
one or two exceptions containing a separate wapentake ; for 
example, 795 relates to Barkestone, and is written by Mr. 
Tillotson ; 797, that now referred to by Mr. Jennyns, relates 
to Morley ; 798, also by Mr. Jennyns, relates to Staincross ; 
799, to Claro, by Mr. Jennyns and Mr. Tillotson ; 800, to 
Osgodcross, by Mr. Tillotson only ; 801, relating to Stn^- 
forth, written by Mr. Jennyns for the greater part ; 802, to 
the wapentake of Skirack, by Mr. Tillotson ; 803 to Agge- 
brig, and 804 to Staincliffe and Encrosse, are in the hand of 
Mr. Tillotson. 

Dodsworth's collections are comprised in the Bodl. Lib. 
MSS., 4143-5101, and it is from those manuscripts that 
these volumes are mostly compiled. The former are fully 
described in Bernard's Caialoyi libb. Manuscriptorum 



74 EXTBACTS FBOH MB. BOQEB DODSWOBTH's 

AngliiB et HibemiiB^ pp. 187-233, and at the end of that 
description is a note to the effect that Roger Dodsworth 
was born the 24th of July, 1585, and died in August, 1664, 
and was buried at Eufford. 

This date will be sufficient evidence of the great value of 
the collections made by this eminent antiquary. The ex- 
tracts speak for themselves, and are of the greatest possible 
value to the Yorkshire historian ; and although these that 
follow are but an insignificant portion of the whole collection, 
I hope they may be of some service to the members of the 
Yorkshire Archseological Association, if it is only to call 
their attention to the valuable source from which they can 
so readily obtain a summary of documents relating to each 
township in the county. 



^Thb Hibtobt and Antiquities of Yorkbhibb bt Rogbb Doddbs. 
wobth/' Harl. MS. 797. Mobley Hundbeb. 

BrigghouBe, fo. 12 6. 

X X. 86. a. Inquia. 18 H. 8 21 Oct. John de Eland lyred a^ 19 £. 3. 

18 H. 8. YiY^Q g^YQ Brig1u>m mannor to John do Eland Knight <& to 
Alice and to the heires males of their bodjes, y* reversion to 
Philip de Eland esq^ 

D D. 150 a. ffines 46 E. 3. between (Mtej de Warburton k^ k Alice 
46 £. 8. lug ^ife pitb k John Sajvill of Eland knt k Isabell Lis wife 
deforciants of the manners of Brighmu and Karlynhow, 

RR. ff. a. Heniy Saviles office a^ 5 et 6 ph. et ma. the Jurors say 

5 6tdPlL6t upon their oath that the foresayd Heniy Savile kn*. was 

°^*' seised in his demeasne as of fee of and in the mannor of 

Brighouse &o. w^^ thappurtenances &o, 

A A 21 (. John the son of John de Eland by his Charter given at 

19 E. 8. Brighouse a^ 19 E. 3 hath given to John Eland kn^ & Helen 
his wife & to their -heires his mannor oi Brighotiee w^ the 
appurtenances &a 

— 140 h. A» 36 E. 3 note that in this yeare John Savile of Eland 

86 B. 8. kn^. <& Isabell his wife (to wit the da. of John de Eland) ac- 
knowledged the manners of Carlinghow & Brighawse to one 
Thomas the son of John de Eland kn^ k to the heires of his 
body, the remaynder to the heires of Isabell. 

— 146 a. ind" that I saw [that is I Roger doddesworth] at Car- 

linghow a Charter of the mannor of Brighoiue made a® 19 £. 3 
by John de Eland kn^ to John de Eland his son d; to Alice 
his wife w^ a scale of the Armes of Elaod being a scallop 
snoUf 



MANUSCBIPra BELATINQ TO B&IQUOUSE, CUFTOK^ &0. 75 



8 



▲ A.11I Au 
IB. S. 



S4R.3. 



7H. 4. 



— 128 5. 



— 140 a. 
7H.5. 



— 145 a. 
S3E. 8. 



Clifton vpon Colder et Clifton near KirJcUtB. fo. 17 (. 

Inquis. taken at Sherburne in the County of York 6 Sept. 
%• Car. a<» 1632 before <Smx, after the death of Henry Sayile 
kn^ ds Baronett. The Jurors say vpon their oath that Heniy 
Savilo dyed seised in fee tayle (inter al) In the 4^ part of 
one manner k oapitall mess ealled Clifton Hall, 2 bames 
60 acres of land, 30 acres of meadow, 100 acres of pasture. 
40 acres of wood, and an hundred acres of comon h more 
w^i* the appurtenances in Clifton upon Colder, The rem 
therof to &c. His heires are his two sisters £liz. ^ Jane. 

Out of the Court Rolls of Wakefeld.— At a Court held 
there a® 1 £. 2. 

Ranald le fflemang son and heire of W°* le fflemang 
deoeaied came k offered himself as true and lawfull heire of 
the same William of the tenements which he held of the 
Lord in his fee in Clifton^ and of full age and is received to 
fealty w^ he made. 

Thomas son k heire of John ffleming holds the manner of 
Clifton and hath done fealty after the death of John his 
father a^ 24 E. 3. 

lb 7 H. 4 Thomas ffleming knt did fealty to the Lord and 
acknowledged that he held of the Lord the manner of (7/(/bn 
and the fourth p^ of the mannor of Dewsbuiy by the service 
xl* by the yeare &q. in socage. 

Inquis. taken at Halifax a® 13 Eliz. Anthony Thorald k 
Anne his wife William Reyiier and Cecily his wife hold Clifton 
as in right of their wifes the daughters and coheires of Jane 
Constable. 

Memd* that in Clifton John Armitage esq^ holds the scite 
of the late priory of Kirkeleys.* 

Thomas ffleming did fealty for the mannor of Clifton. 

The same yeare John ffitzwiiliam knt dyed and John his 
son did fealty. 

The Tume held at Brighouse 22 Dea a<> 23 E. 3. in the 
tyme of the plague. 

Thomas son k heire of John de ffleming comes here in 
Coort and doeth his fealty for the mannor of Clifton in w^ 
he is entered after the death of the said John his father, and 
acknowledged that he held the sayd mannor by fealty and 
by the service of xx* by the yeare and suit of Court from 
three weekes to three weekes and he gives to the Lord for 
releife 



1 ThfB Priofj of KirkliMH wis duMoIved 
OB lb* Sith of November, 1589. The 
rite wmd Uode appear to haTe been 
SI I liad to John Tuboisih and Nicholas 
fciOi^ wmd they appear to have gnnted 
IhflB to the RamaiVm, for in the 
1 Bd. TL k a lioaoee gianied to William 
'^alieoaadi aoitam prioratoa 
d« KJiklavin Com. Ebor. Thomn 



Qargrave et heridibua.** On the 20th 
Feb. 3 Ed. VI. 1647-8. Tlioaiaa Oar- 
grave of Elmeahall aold the mbm to 
Thomaa Pilkington of Bradlej, and on 
the 26th Oct 1565, John Armjpt^ pur- 
chaMt Kirkleea from Robert PflUngton 
and Alice his wife. Thia John Annjtsjie 
was the anoestor of the proawt oi 



76 



EXTRACTS FROM MR. ROGER D0D8W0RTH S 



A A« 150 a. To all &0. Walter Calverley knt Greeting know y« that I 
14 H. 8. have released to Jone Constable the wife of John Constable 
of Clifton esq' &a the lands and tenements w^'^ I have in 
Clifion &o. 20 Sept U H. 8. 



SarUshead, 



fo. 28 b. 



KKN.84a. 



O. 80 a. 
BE. 3. 

A A. 122.5. 
17E.8. 



— 188 6. 
2H.0. 



— 142. 
Banz. d. 



— 162. 
6E. 3. 

— 164 b. 



— 169 a. 



Betweene William de Radeclive pltf & Thomas de Norbir 
tenants of 2 carucates of land with the appurtenances in 
Hertiskeved <£rc. The right of the same William <k& 

A^ 8 E. 3 ffines Gilbert de la Legh Juliana his wife. 
Lands in HerUJhed, 

William the son of John ffleraing gave to Thomas his son 
and to the heires of his body all his lands k tenements w^ 
messuages and edifices w^^ he had in Hei^teihevet dated Anno 
1343. 

Robert de fflemiug hath given by his Charter to Richard 
Brigg and Margery his wife one place of arrable land w^ the 
meadow belonging to the same land in y* village and feilds 
of Eertishead w<^^ sometymes Adam de Bush held, and one 
acre of land in the same village w<^^ Jone Brigg sometymes 
held <fec. Kendring yearely xij" for all service. Witnesses dbo. 
Dated at Hertishead 2 H. 5. 

William de Radcliflfe gave to Hugh his son all Eertahevet 
to wit 2 carucates of land w^ the appurtenances To hold of 
himself and of his heires in fee k iuheritauce paying yearly one 
pound of pepper for all services except the fon*aine service 
Witnesses kc sanz date. 

Court held at Wakefeild 6 £. 3 William de Abberford did 
fealty for the tenements w^ he purchased in Eertesheved of 
Di:>nisia da. of John Gierke of the same. 

In the Red book^ Adam de Radeclifife gave to Robert de 
Badeclifif his son all his right w^^ he had in the towne of 
Eerttshest w^ the appurtenances kc, Rendriug a pair of 
white gloves &c. Witnesses <&o. sanz date. 

Richard the son of Robert de RadclifPe gave to John 
ffleming son of W"* ffleming all the lands and tenements &a 
w^^ descended to him by hereditary right after the death of 
Robert his father in Eerteslieved except that land w^^ he let 
to John Clerk by Charter. Witnesses, dated 10 E. 2. 

ffine 47 £. 3. betweene Thomas de Maihom <& Richard 
Brand chaplains pltfs and Henry de Risheworth and ... his 



* The Red Book or Liber RubeuB of the 
Exchequer, whioh ilerives ita name from 
the colour of its binding, was compiled by 
Alexander de Sweref ori, Ardideacon of 
ShrewBbory, who died 14th Nov. 1246 (81 
Hen. III). It contains, among many 
miacellaneoua entries respecting the 
court and kingdom «t lai^ge, iei;^'ecifi(tef, 



knighta fees, and prima ecutagia of the 
reigns of Henry IL, Richard I., John and 
Henry III. An abstract of tl^ record is 
in the library at Lincoln's Inn, another in 
the College of Arms, and a third is in the 
British Museum (ffarl MS, 7022) (Sims's 
Hanuali p. 41). 



MAKUflCRIFTS BELATIKG TO BBIOHOUSE, CLIFTON, &C. 77 

wife deforciants of 1 mess, and 13 acres of land in Heriuhed. 
The right of Thomas and Richard of the gift of the foresayd 
Henry & his wife. And the foresayd lands are held of W°^ 
de Bradeley by fealty and the service of 14^ by the yeare as 
of his manner of Herteshed w^ manner the same William 
holds of the Earle of Cambridge as of his manner of Horbuiy. 
y. 19 b. William Earle of Warren gives to the monastery of Lewes 

among other things the chapel of Hartithed, sanz date.' 



KirJceyUyi Prvory, Chantry there. fo. 34 h. 

AA.141 6. The King granted licence to John Mouuteney Kn^ Jo: 
19 R. 3. Woderove, John Amyas and W^ Sandall, Chaplayne that 
they might give to the Prioresse of Kirkleya 50 acres of land 
in Mirfeld w^ the advouson of the Church of the same towne, 
to find a certaine chaplayne to celebrate divine offices every 
day for the soule of John Burgh kn^ deceased Ac. in the 
Conventuall Church of Kirklees. dated 20 April 19 R 2/ 

C 19. 6L Charters 20 H. 3. The King confirmes to the Nonnes of 

Kirkelay dca of the fpSt of Reyner son of William fflemmyug 
the place in w^ they remayne ^. m 1.* 

— 9S«. Ciiarters 2 H. 3. Omissa, Things omitted — ^The King con- 
firmes to the Nonnes of Kirkelay 20 H. 3 m 1. D, 80 b. 

VLVth, Sir W? Scot of Great Halghton kn^ dyed 8 H. 4 bequeathed 

to the fabriqz k mayntenance of the Church of Nonnes of 
Kirldeys 10 marks and to the Nonnes k sisters of the said 
House of Kirkleys 10 marks. 

K 199 «. The Charter of Reiner fflemyng of the foundation of the 

monastery of Kirkeleys in the keeping of John Armitage Esq', 
who now dwelleth there.' 

To all the sons of holy mother the Church Reiner fflemyng 
son of W*^ fflemyng Greeting. Be it knowne to y* all that I 
Reiner fflemyng have given granted and by this present 
Charter confirmed in free and pure and perpetuall Almes to 
God and to Saint Mary & to the Nonnes of Karkales the 
place in w^ they remayne to wit Karkelay and Hednesley 
as the water of Kelder goes to the old rayU as far as to the 
River Petroeslanus and so from Blacheland and from Blachelan 
as far as to Wagestan and from Wagestan so by the bounds 

*- k of Liveraeg and Herteshevet and MMeld &a AH w'^'in the 

mentioned bounds Ac and besides this xij acres of land kc 
Witnesses kc sanz date.' 

A brave scale and the donor on horsbabk &a 

A confirmation of the former by W. Erie Warren. 

> CoUoQ MSa YnpaBian, F. 16 fo. * Priotad in I>ngda]6*8 i/biNiifiMii 

IS, Bria«h MoMum. JfiT/iVaitiiM, Ed. lSJf>, voL v., n. 788. 

« PriotMl in Whitaker'a Loidi9 and • Ibid. 

JIaiff, pw 969. Mbid. 



78 EXTRACTS FBOH MB. B06ER DODSWORTH's 

B. (. ffine a<> 10 and Eleventh Eliz. between Andrew Oglethorp, 

lO&llEli*. Nic. Durley and Tha Bulmer Gent, pltfs and Clement Ogle- 
thorp gent, and Cecily his wife deforciants of the moiety of 
the mannora of Clifton and Ardislaw w^ the appurtenances 
and of the moiety of 40 mess 40 tofts 1000 acres of land 
300 acres of meadow in Clifton — &c — in the County of 
York ko. The right of the same Andrew ko, 
^(. To aU &c. William ffleming Esq' Greeting. Enow yee 

8 K 4. that whereas Thurstan Banaster holds for terme of his life 

the manner of Clifton with its appurtenances in the county 
of York, the reversion thereof after the death of the said 
Thurstan to me and my heires. Know ye that I the fore- 
sayd W>^ have given dbc to Henry Sothill and to John 
Sothill Esquires the reversion of the said manner w^ thap- 
purtenances after the death of the said Thurstan Banaster 
To have to the sayd Heniy and John and to the heires of 
the sayd Hemy for ever And allso know yee that I have 
granted kc to the foresaid Heniy and John all other mess, 
lands and tenements w<^ lately were of John ffleming knt 
father of Thomas ffleming knt in Clifton aforesayd To 
have ko, witnesses ko. dated 12 Sept. 8 £. 4. 
~ 151 a. John Vavasor of Deningby hath given to Robert de 

U. 4. Houton of ffameley and to Richard Popeley his mAnnor of 
Clifton. 

t6. William Crofton releaseth to John Clifton Clerk all the 

right w^^ he hath in the manner of Clifton vpon Colder, w«*' 
manner with the appurtenances he had by the ffeoffement of 
Thomas ffleming kn^ dated 9 H. 4. 

ih. Thomas ffleming knt did attome John Clifton, Clerk to 

9 H. 4. deliver seisin in y<^ manner of Clifton to Robert Watterton 

and John Vavasor of Deningby, June 24 eP 9 H. 4. 

ib. John Clifton, Clerk and W? Tayller Chaplaine gave to 

12 H. 4. Roger Banaster Esq^ and to Isabell his wife their mannor of 

Cbfton in the County of York w^ thappurtenances To have 

and to hold to the foresayd Roger and Isabell for terme 

of their lives. Rendring for the whole terme 81* yearely with 

3 like remaynders more. Witnesses ko. dated 12 H. 4. 

The. ffleming kut his confirmation hereof a^ 13 H. 4. booke 

B. 147 b. 

— *. The ptition of the lauds 'w^^ were the Lady Jane Con- 

19. Eliz. Btables Tate of Kimalton in the County of Nott by Cutbert 

Bevercote Esq^ according to the purport of one Indenture 

dated 28 mch 19 Eliz. made betwixt the sayd Cuthbert on 

t t<fc in IdeU. ^jjQ ^^^ pt and W« Oglethorp brother of the s* Cutbert on 

the other p^. 

The one p^ The other p^ 

The moiety of the LoP of The moiety of the LoP. of 

Clifton in Com. Ebor. Kymalton in Com. Nott. 
kc kc 

K. 84 a. An Inquitt taken at Wakefeld 19 E. 4 of waste w^ in the 

X9 £. 4. Lordship of Wakefeld Heniy Sottell holds the mannor of 



JCAKUBCRIFTS SBLATINO TO BRIOHOITSE, CLIPTOK, &0. 79 

Clifton with all the appurtenanoes w^ he hath purchased of 
William fflemmyng and renders by the yeare zx*. 

K. 108 «L In Beaumont's evidences W? Mirfeld Thomas Beamont 

6 H. 7. Parcivall Amyas Esquires and Peter Rome have dd and con- 
firmed to Richard Dalton son and heire apparent of John 
Dalton and to Elizabeth his wife daughter of Thomas Sayyill 
Esq', all their lands and tenements w^'* the appurtenances in 
Clifton called Whitwode and one mess, in lepton w<^^ lands 
we had of the gift of Richard Daltoa Dated 5o H. 7. 

W.ilfl. fine 19 H. 3 at York between Walter ArohbP. of York 

pttf and John de £9emang deforciant of the manners of Wath, 
Dalton, Clifton and Routhmele &a the right of John &a 

C M 6. Charters n^ 59 the King granted to Reyner le ffleming 

€ £> ^ finee warren in all his demeasne lands of his manner of 
Clifton — kc. 

R. 67 h. Office vfi 28 after the death of W" le flSeming. The 

U E. 1. JnrolB say that the sayd William held the manner of Clifton 
of the Earle of Warren by fealty and suit of Court of 
Wakefcild from 3 weeks to 3 weeks and by the rent of zx* by 
the yeare And there are there vj" acres of land and 5 
acres of meadow Aa 

Bl 64 «. In an extent of the rent k service of the free soke of 

II IL 8. Wakefeild made on Christmas day in the yeare of our Lord 

XOOOXIIII. 

John le ffleming for Cl^ton xz*. « 

14S «. Clifton standee on Calder bancke 

and Karteshead on a hill 
Kirkeleyes standee within the dale 
and many comes ther till. 

^ 41* The Constables Lords of Clifton in the Yiaitatioti of YoA- 

shlre. 

It will be observed that the above entries are not in 
chronological order, but they are printed verbatim to give 
an accurate idea of the contents of these valuable manu- 
scripts 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS— ST. OSWALD'S CHURCH, 

GUISELEY, YORKSHIRE. 

(Commmilcatod I7 6E0R0E JOHN ABHTTAOB, F.S.A.) 

The copies of the inscriptions which appear in the follow- 
ing pages were taken about two years ago, when the 
late Mr. Ferris was rector of the parish, and through his 
kindness I had an opportunity of reading the inscriptions 
on the Hawksworth tablets under the Communion Table, 
which were partially covered with a sort of wooden step, on 
which the table stood, and which step he had removed that 
I could read them. I have corrected the proofs from the 
inscriptions fit the church about a fortnight ago, and I was 
sorry to find that I had to add another, viz., that of the late 
Rector himself, which has been placed over the vestry door. 

Whitaker in his Loidis and Elmelej p. 208, mentions some 
of these inscriptions, and gives a short account of the churcb, 
together with an excellent engraving of the nave. 

The following is a complete list of the monuments within 
the churcb, except the floor-stones, of which there are 
doubtless many more under the pews : — 

In the centre aisle, south side, west end. 

ADJACENT 

LiETH interr*d the Body of 
Jeremiah Marshall of Guiseley Gent 
who died October 21»t 1752 
aged 50 years. 
Also The Body of Anne 
His wife who died May 29**^ 1751 
aged 42 years. 
Also the bodies of Three 
of their Children who departed 
this life as Followeth 
Mary May 12<»> 1746 aged 11 ) 
Hugh June 28^^ 1751 aged 14 Wears 
Alice Sept' 14^1" 1752 aged 18 j 



MOKUMKNTAL IKSCBIPTIONS — ST. OSWALD CHURCH. 81 

Centre aisle, south side, on marble tablet. 

lu memery of 

Thomas Walker Esq" 

Sei^geant at Law 

and Accountant General of the 

High Court of Chancery who 

died 29t»» January 1802 in the 

75th year of his age 

and was 

buried in the Benchers Vault of the 

Middle Temple in the Temple Church 

in London 

He was the Son and Heir of 

Thomas Walker of this Parish of 

Guiseley 

by Susannah Harrison his wife 

both of whom were buried 

in the Churchyard 

of this Parish. 



On a square marble monument, north side, south aisle. 

SACRED to the Memory of James Hulbert 

of Vicarage near Bingley gent, who departed 

this Life 27^*' June 1799 aged G9 years 

(underneath in an oval these arms) : 

Sable, a croas or between four leopard's heads jessant de lis argent 
(Hclbbbt). 
Cr«i#."— From a ducal coronet or a talbot's head issuant ai^nt. 
MMo, — Honor premium virtutis. 



On the west side of the south transept, on a marble 
monument 

AimB. — Vert, three goats trippant argent (Stanbheld) ; surmounted 
fey an escutcheon of pretence argent, on a chief gules two cross crosslcts 
cf the first (Farrakd). 

Cror.— A lioQ*8 head erased on 



82 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS— 

SACRED TO THE MEMORT OF ROBERT STANSFIELD ^ 

OF EBHOLT ESQ* 

HE MARRIED JANE ELDEST DAUGHTER AND COHEIR OF 

RICHARDSON FARRAND OF HARDEN ESQ' AND BY HER HAD 

TWO DAUGHTERS TVIIO DIED IN THEIR INFANCY. 

HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE SEPT* 14™ 1772 AGED 44 YEARS 

HE WAS OF A FRIENDLY, GENEROUS AND AFFECTIONATE 

DISPOSITION, ESTEEMED BY HIS ACQUAINTANCE, BELOVED 

BY HIS RELATIONS, AND WAS TRULY DESERVING 

THE CHARACTER OF A WORTHY GENTLEMAN. 

ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF ELIZABETH SECOND DAUGHTER 

OF WILLIAM ROOKES H8Q* BY ANN HIS WIFE THE ONLY 

SURVIVING SISTER AND HEIR AT LAW OF THE ABOVE 

ROBERT BTANSFIELD ESQ* 
SHE DIED 5™ OF MAY 1780 AGED 15 YEARS. 



ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF JANE STANSFIELD RELICT OF 

THE ABOVE R. STANSFIELD ESQ* DIED JUNE 18^" 1796 AGED 65 

HER CONDUCT AS A WIFE WAS IRREPROACHABLE AND HER WIDOWHOOD 

OF 24 YEARS WAS SPENT IN UNAFFECTED PIETY AND UNIVERSAL 

BENEVOLENCE TO ALL AROUND HER PARTICULARLY TO THE AFFLICTED 

AND DISTRESSED TO WHOM SHE WAS A CONSTANT BENEFACTOR. 

SHE LIVED BELOVED AND DIED LAMENTED. 



On a flagstone within the communion rails. 

AfTns, — Quarterly 1 & 4 Sable, three falcons argent (Hawksworth) ; 
2 (& 3 Sable, a fess between three asses passant argent (Ayscouoh), 
impaling Azure on a chief or a demi-lion rampant issuant gules (Mark- 
ham). 

Crest, — ^A falcon ppr. 

Here lyeth Interred the Body 

of S^ Walter Hawkssworth* of 

Hawksworth Bar* who was 

born the 22 day of Nov (ember) 

1660 and he Departed (this) 
Life of a Consumption the 21^^ 

day of February 1683 
He married Anne the seventh 
daughter of S*" llobert Mark- 
ham of Sedgbrook in the 
County of Lincoln Bar^ and 
had Issue by her at one b(irth) 
a Daughter and a Son. 

^ The son of Robert Stansfeld, of Brad- Bradford, 24th January, 1727, and died 

ford, Esq., by Anna, his second wife, the there. 

eldest daughter of William Busfield, of ^ Son of Walter Hawksworth, Esq., by 
Rysh worth, Esq. He purchased Esholt Alice, daughter of Sir William Brown- 
Hall, or Priory, from Sir Walter Blackett, lowe, Bart., of Humby, Co. Lincohi. He 
Bart., in 1766. He was baptised at was created a Baronet t)th December, 1678. 



ST. OSWALD CHURCH, GUISELEY, YORKSHIRE. S3 

Also within the commuuion rails, ou a black marble 
flagstone^ the arms in a sunk oval raised in relief. 

Amu, — Sable three falcons ai^ent (Hawkeswoutii), impaling Or, an 
tneecatcheoQ within an orle of eight martlets sable (Brownlow). 
Cre$L — ^A fiUcon ppr. 

Motto, — W££ SHALL MELT. 

Here Ljeth interred the body of 

Mrs. Alice Haukesworth' wife of 

Walter Haukesworth of Haukes- 

worth in the County of York Esq', 

Daughter of S' William Brownlow 

of Great Humby in the County of 

Lincoln Barronet, who died 

^larch y*^ 14 Anno Domi 1674. 



Also within the communion rails, on a flagstone, the 
upper part inlaid with an octagon piece of marble, beauti- 
fully carved in relief, with the following : 

Arms (on a lozenge). — ^Azure, on a chief or a demi-lion rampant 
iasoant gules (Markham). 

In hopes of a Joyfull Kessurrection 
Here lyeth Interrd the Body of 
Diana the ninth Daughter and 
one and twentieth Child of S'. 
Robert Markham of Sedgbrook 
in the County of Lincoln Bar^. 
by Rebeckah the Daughter of S^ 
Kdward Hussey of Huniugton in 
the Same County Bcu't 
She died of y^ Small Pox at Hawks- 
worth the 21 day of Novem : lG7d 
Aged 15 years. 



lu the chancel, within the raili^, ou the north wall, on a 
marble monument. 

Armjt.'Krminc on a bordure engrailed gules eight mullets or ( WicK- 
uiM), ioi|Kiliug Sable, an inescutcheon between eight birds. 

* The mother of iba aboTo. 

o 2 



84 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS — 

luxta 

Quiescit olim praemiis beata 

ANNA HENRICI WICKHAM* 

EcclesisB hujus Kectoris Conjux 

Quo) Pietatem minime fucatam, 

lucundo Sermone, 

Moribus SuayissimiB, 

et insigni erga omnes 

Benevoleatia 

Augere simul et illustrare 

Calluit 

lUi certe, sive Forma Corporis, 

Sive Animi Vigor te capiat Magis, 

Foominia} nihil Elegantise deerat 

Yirilis nihil Ingenii, 

Aut Gonstantia3. 

Talis cum fuerit, ne mireris, Lector, 

Si triste Sui Desiderium Omnibos, 

Exemplum Paucis imitabile, 

Reliquerit 
AK-f /Aprilis xi® 1736 
^^^^ \MteLt BUSQ 27^. 



Over the vestry door on a brass plate. 

IN MEMORIAH 

THE R£V° THO' BOYS FERRIS, M.A. 

FOR NINETEEN YEARS RECTOR OF THIS PARISH 

BORN NOV". 1" 1810. DIED 8BP» 2" 1878. 



South transept, south side ; marble monument. 

Arms, — Argent a fess sable between three rooks ppr. on an escut- 
cheon of pretence Vert, three goats trippant aigent. 
Crest — On a sheaf of com, a rook ppr. 

SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 

ANN ROOKES* 

WIFE OF WILLIAM ROOKES ESQ. & SISTER & HEIR AT LAW OF 

ROBERT STANSFIELD OF ESHOLT HALL ESQ*. 

DIED FEB*. 12, 1798, AGED 68. 

* The daughter of William Calverley, was buried in the Abbey Church at 

of Leeds, and wife of the Rev. Henry Bath, M.I. 

Wickham, M.A., Fellow of Trinity Col- * The daughter of Robert SUnaBeld, of 

lege, Cambridge, Rector of Quiseley, and Bradford, Esq., by Anna, daughter of 

Chaplain to the rrinceas of Wales. He William liusfield, of Ryahworth. 
died the 2nd of June, 1772, nt. 73, and 



ST* OSWALD CHURCH, GUI8BLEY, TORKSHIRB* 85 

MOTHKB or FIVE CHILDREN OF WHOM TWO ALONE SURVIVBD HER 

FROX A HIGH REGARD FOR HER RELIGIOUS CHARACTER AND 

UVaHAKEN RESIGNATION DURING NINE YEARS PAINFUL SUFFERING 

0EB SON IN LAW JOSHUA CROHPTON • HAS DEDICATED THIS MEMORIAL. 

ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF 
WILLIAM ROOKES ' ESQ*. HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE ANN R00KE8 

SENIOR BENCHER OF GRAY's INN 
AND LAST SURVIVOR IN THE MALE LIKE OP THE 
ANCIENT FAMILY OF ROOKES OF ROYDES 
DIED OCTOBER 24™ 1789 AGED 70 

ALSO 
TO THEIR BON WILUAM ROOKES ESQ. STUDENT OF GRAY'S INN 

DIED OCT\ 8™. 1786 AGED 25* 



A similar monument also on south side of south transept. 

Arms, — V^ on a bend ai^ent double cotised ermine, a lion pas- 
tant gules between two covered cups or, on a chief azure three 
pbeoDS or (Crompton) ; On an escutcheon of pretence Quarterly^ \ k \ 
Argenty a fess sable between three rooks ppr. (Rooees) ; 2 «b 3 Vert, 
three goats trippant argent (Stansfield). 

6'rf«f. — A demi-horse sable vulned in the chest with an arrow ppr. 

sacred to the memory of 
ann maria crompton 

eldest DAUGHTER AND COHEIR OF WILLIAM AND ANN ROOKES 
MARRIED FEB* 28, 1786 TO JOSHUA CROMPTON* ESQ* OF YORK 

DIED 5 JUNE 1819 AGED 56 

HSR EXEMPLARY CONDUCT THROUGH THE VARYING DUTIES OF LIFE 

HER UNAFFECTED PIETY AND UNIVERSAL CHRISTIAN BENEVOLENCE 

WHILE THEY ENDEAR THE REMEMfiRANCE OF HER, WILL 

LONG EMBITTER THE LOSS 
TO HSR AFFLICTED HUSBAND AND NINE SURVIVING CHILDREN 

AS WELL AS 
▲ LARGE CIRCLE OF ATTACHED RELATIVES AND FRIENDS. 

ALSO TO THE MEMORY OF 

STANSFIELD THEIR ELDEST SON 

WHO DIED JUNE 25™ 1801 

AGED 13 

AND OF 

JOSHUA CHARLES, THEIR THIRD SON WHO DIED AN INFANT 

DEC* 12"; 1794 

* ThM MQ e Sunuel Crompton, of lUm Rodes, of Great Houghton, Eaq 
Drrbj, Ek|., and of Beal, Co. York, died He was bom 27th August, 1719, ai 
\Uk V^hruMTW, 1382. Koyd'a Hall, married at Otley, od hin 

* Soo of WUUim Ritokefi, Km]., of and hU wife's birthday, 27th AitgiLit, 
Boyd's HaU, by Vary, daughU^r of WU- 1758. 



86 MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS — 

South transept, east end ; marble mural monument. 

Arms, — Giiles a fess vair between three unicorns statant (argent). 

In Memory 

of 
Ann the Wife of 

Joseph Wilkinson Esq. 

of Hawksworth Hall 

who departed this Life 

the 10<h July 1805 

Aged G5 Years. 

Also 

of the said 

Joseph Wilkinson 

w^ho departed this Life 

the 30t»» June 1810 

Aged b5 Years. 



Centre aisle, south side of choir ; marble mural. 

TO THE MEMORY OF 

ELIZABETH 

THE BELOVED CHILD OF 

BENJAMIN AND ELIZABETH THOMPSON 

OF PARK GATE 
WHO DIED ON THE 8™ OP JUNE 1830 

IN THE 14™ YEAR OF HER AGE 

PRECIOUS IN THE SIGHT OP THE LORD 

IS THE DEATH OF HIS SAINTS. 



Underneath the last ; mural marble. 



IN A VAULT BELOW ARE INTERRED THE REMAINS OP 

BENJAMIN THOMPSON of park gate 

A JUSTICE OF THE PEACE FOR THE LIBERTY OF 

CAWOOD WESTON AND OTLBY AND FOR THE WEST RIDING, 

THE SECOND SON OF THE LATE 

REV^^ JOHN THOMPSON incumbent of 

knottingley in this county 

he was born at castleford the 4™ day of february 1783 

and died the 16™ day of february 1857, 

ALSO OP ELIZABETH relict of 

THE ABOVE BENJAMIN THOMPSON and daughter 

OF WILLIAM WHITTAKER of Bradford who died 

MAY 1" 18G6 IN TUB 80™ YEAR OF HER AGE. 



ST. OSWALD CHITRCH, GUI8ELET, YORKSHIRE. 87 

Choir, north side ; mural marble. 



SACRED 

TO THE MEMORY OF 

THE RET' THOMAS HAMILTON 

WHO WAS CURATE OP THIS PARISH 

UPWARDS OF 30 YEARS 

HE DIED THE 1" JANUARY 1817 

AOED 68 TEARS. 



In a window in the north transept are the following arms : 

Quarterly, I. Argent, ti(eB% between three pbeons sable (Rawdon); 
2. A fess between two lions passant sable (Follifoot) ; 3. A chevron 
between three hinds' heads erased gules (Becrwith) ; 4. Argent, on 
a fessy sablo three e8calloi)8 of the iirst, a canton ermine ; impaling 
Anient a fess between three cross crosslets azure (Aldburqh). 

Cr''jtt — A pheon sable. 

Underneath is written : 

In hae parte septentrionali sepeli 

=tur corpus Francisci de Rawdon^ 

una cum proauis suis et Dorothea) 

uxoris SU8B, fillflo Gulielmi Aldburg Armigeri qui Connubijs 

vixerunt annos 57. Ipsa obijt anno 16G0 

ille die 25 Aprilis, IG68. 



In north aisle a window. 

Co ^t mrmocB of George Gatlimet Sutseon 

to^ y^iti at ffiutBeles 2\t jHob* iSGi in tfft 6619 sear of %i» age. 

€W tomtoto lja0 been ererteti &s W iStepteto^* 



North aisle ; mural freestone moimmeut. 

Armi, — Sable a cross patec fitch6e gules (Collyer). 

Lyeth interred the 

body of STimotts 

OTollser late of 

Nether Ycadon who 

departed this life y^ 

1*^ day of March 1690 

iEtatis su» G8 Mcus. 7 

* Son of Qcorgo Rawdon, of Rawdon and coheir of John IkokwiUij of tL*o 
HiU, Eaq^ hj Anne, youngest daughter SUawi, Co. York. 



88 MONUMENTAL INfiCBIPTIONS — 

Underneath the above. 

ADJACENT 

LTEXn INTERRED THE BODIES OF 

JOSHUA AND MART CHILDREN OF 

JOSHUA COLLYER OF NETHER-TEADON 

WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE ONE 

UPON THE 15™ AND THE OTHER UPON Y® 

16™ DAT OF NOVEMBER: BOTH BURIED 

IN ONE COFFIN. 

And also 3(O0f|Ua 

atoUitt Father of the said two ChU- 

dren who departed this life the 2i^ 

day of the same month in the 42^ 

Year of his Age Anno Domini 

1699. 



Under the east window. 



1864. 

Cl)i<5 toinlioto to tfie fllorfi of ©otr 
anil tfte memora of manu memietH 

of tfie famtlied of itttrfiutttoatte 

^ollarH anil Stanisffeft 

tofto are infrrrrt toittm tftw; (ttSurcfi* 



On the floor in the chancel : 



Here lyeth the body 

of John Stanhope of 

Horaforth Esq. who 

Departed this life 

the ll^^day of Junein 

the year of our Lord 

1693. 

In memory of Elizabeth 

Daughter of George <fe Anna 

•Stansfeld of Bradford Bom 

the 12th of February 1817 

Died the 21'* of January 1818 

Also of Elizabeth Pollard a- 

nother of their Daughters 

Born 26*J* January 1825 

Died 6 July 1827 
The remains of those two 



ST. OSWALD CHUBCH, OUISELET, TORKSHIBE. SO 

Children are depoeited ia the 
Vault beneath as well as those 

of their Father the above- 
named Geoxge Stausfeld who 
was born the 20*'» day of Feb- 
niary 1784 and died 6»^ of 
March 1834 
Jane Pollard Stansfeld 
Died 26i»» of March 183G 

Aged G years 

Also of Sarah Ellen eldest 

daughter of the above said 

Geoi^ Stansfeld who died 

October 5^^ 1857 Aged 38 years 

Here lies interred Maxy the 

Daughter of M' Richard 
Micklethwait of Leeds who 
departed this life the 5^^ 
day of July 1700 Aged 11 ' 

months 
Also Elizabeth daughter of 
the above Richard Mickleth- 
wait died 7^*» August 1791 
Aged 3 years 
And Edward a Son who 
died an Infant. 
Here also is intcrrM Eliza- 
beth wife of the said Rich- 
ard Micklethwaite now of 
New Laiths in this Parish 
who departed this life on 
the 25th of May 1803 
Aged 41 years. 
Also the above said M' Richard 
Micklethwait who died June 3*^ 
1822 Aged 66 years. Also Eliza- 
beth Daughter of the above who 
died Oct' 22^ 1816 Aged 
17 years 
Also Richard Son of the above 
who died Feb^ 18ti> 1823 Aged 
30 years. 

In memory of Annabela 

Stansfeld Daughter of 

George and Anna Stansfeld 

of New Laiths in this Parish 

who died April W^ 1837. 

Aged 15 years. 

Tlicre are evidently several more floor stones, but tlicy 
are covered by the boards of the pews. 



90 MONUMENTAL INSCBIPTIONS — 

la the churchyard. 

Sacred to the memory of 

Agnes wife of the Rev^ James Bailet Vicar of 

Otley who died on the 2^ day 

of June A.D. 1812 in the 48^** 

Year of her Age 

Also of Mary Daughter 

of the above said Rov^ 

James and Agnes Bailey 

who died Juno IG^'' 1813 

in the 17^^ year of her Ago 

Also of the RcV* James 

Bailey above mentioned 

who was bom December 29^^ 1753 

and died July 15^1* 1816 



In Mcmoiy of 

tho Revtl James Bailey 

late of Gargrave in Craven 

who died in this Town July 

12t»» 1785 in the 67*^ year of his 

Age 

Also of Mary wife of the 

abovesaid Rev^ James Bailey 

who died February 9^^ 1787 

in the 69*^ year of her Age 

Dorothy their Daughter 

died February 6^^ 1770 in the 

15*'» year of her Age. 



M. B. 

1787. 


M. B. 

1813. (No. 219.) 



If on this stone 

You cast a wep- 

ing eye know 

vndemeath 

doth William 

Baildon lye his 

body's dead and 

in this grave 

doth rest liis 

souls alive and 

free from death 

Conquest 



ST. OSWALD CHTTRCH, 0UI8BLBY, YORKSHIRE. 91 

this William 

Son of Peter 

Baildon of Nowel 

died the 22 of 

November Anno 

Domini 1680. 

AmuL — (Argent) three fleurs-de-lis (sable). 



On the west wall of the church tower, outside. 



.». 



ADJACENT IS INTERB D 

THE BODY OP JOHN 

MYERS LATE OF GUIL8LEY 

PARISH CLARK WHO 

ENTERED UPON THAT 

OFFICE IN THE YEAR 

1635 BEING THE 13 YEAR 

OF HIS AGE AND CON- 
TINUED IN IT 54 YEARS 
AND DYED THE 28 DAY 
OF NOV. 1689 AGED 67 YEARS 

Also Ellen his wife died March y^ 2^ 1685 
And John his son Feb. y* 5^''. 



There are several more iuscriptions in the churchyard, but 
I have not noticed any of sufficient interest to warrant me 
taking up any more space in the Jommal. 



Geo. J. Arhttaqe. 



Cf JFTOK WOODHEAD, 

lOih January, 1880. 



LETTEES OP THE YOEKSHIEE COMMISSIONEES OF 

SEQUESTRATIONS, &o., 

to 

OEOMWELL, 

in 165&-6. 

[From tbo Original State Fapan In the Bodleian.] 
By SIR OEORGE DUCKETT, Bart. 

May it please yo"^ Highnes, 

The Petic'on and paper herewith humbly presented 
from a well affected person, and y® matter therein repre- 
sented, is concerning a place of the greatest trade, & most 
populous in o" county, and wee, finding it directly contrary 
to yo' Highnes proclamac'on on that behalfe, and a great 
mischiefe, and that in o'' humble opinion, in case many such 
cases may fall out w^in this commonwealth, (namely, that 
p'sons not well affected to the publique peace, and p'sent 
government, & to the good people, who contributed their 
assistance in time of trouble and danger against the common- 
enemy bee in office), it may be of inconvenience to the peace 
of the commonwefidth ; have thought it o' duty, humblj- to 
represent it to yo'Hignes, and shall be ready (by God's 
assistance), to serve yo' Highnes for the peace of the Common- 
wealth, and humbly waite for yo' Highnes further directions, 
not onely in this, but in all such cases ; our instrucc'ons (as 
wee conceive) not extending thereunto. There are alsoe many 
Stewards of Courts, SoUicito", Attumeyes, and other officers 
in these parts, who have bin very stirring for the late Kings 
party, and are, & have bin, very active in such places against 
well affected people, and doe thereby act the Cavaleires 
revenge against honest men, who have bin instrumental 
to the Commonwealths service ; w^*" wee doe find a great 
discouragement to, and oppression of honest people; all 



LETTSSS OF THB TOBKSHIRK COMMISSIOKBUS TO CROMWKLL. 93 

w*'' vfee humbly leave to yo' Hignes further conciderac'on, 
to take such course herein, as yo*" Highnes shall thinke fitt ; 
remaining, 

Yo' Highneses 
Most faithfuU and humhie servants, 
Yorke, 8 Jan*^ 

1655 (Signed), 

Geo: Eure, R^: Lilburne, 

T : Dickenson, Luke Robinson,^ 

Ra. Rymere, Tho : Morgan, 

Chr: Perchehay Rob : Walters, 

Jo : Pickeringe, Geo : Tayler, 

Tho: Stangwayes, Will: Goodricke, 
Jo: Hatfield, John Hewley, 



fir: Lascelles. 



[RawL MS. A. 34, f. 315] 



[TUS C01U1ISSI0N£BS AS TO FbISONSBS IK THEIR 

Custody.] 

Mat it plsasb to' Hiohnes, 

Wee doe here inclosed, send yo^ a list of such p'sons, 
w^ their qualificac'ons and addic*ons, as have been convented 
before us, and found guilty, and w^in compasse of y* first 
head of ou' Instrucc'ons, ^^ y" grounds and reasons of 
y* judgm\ Whereupon wee have secured these p'sons, 
Til* S' Henry Sliugsby, Coll: Brandling, Henry Darcy, 
Walt' StricUand, Sutton Oglethorpe, W" Frankland, & 
Cap^ John Crofl, and Richard Hutton, Esq' ; being men of 
Quallity in y* garrison of Hull. M** Katharine Walter is 
sent to y* Marshall Gen'all at London, where wee are in- 
formed M' Robert Walter, her husband, is. S"* Richard 
Malliyerer* is fled. Y* rest of them, being of mean quality, 

* Luke nubioflon, uf Pickering, York- Maiileverer, (2of1) lUirt. Hi» lather wm 
»hire. (See intoreepted leitor to him, ono of those who eigned King Charlee's 



1U»1. M5. A. 60.) dciith wwrmot, and wm outlawed in 1C6I. 

^ Sir lUchard If aulererer, of AJlertoa 



94 LETTERS OP THE YORKSHIRE COMMISSIONERS OP 

are secured in y® common goale for y° county of Yorke, and 
such of them as have estates are sequest^. 

Wee remaine, 

Yo'" Highnes 

Most humble serv** 
Yorke 14 March 

(55) (Signed), 

Tho : Bourchier, R* Lilburne,^ 

Ra : Rymere, Chr : Perchehay, 

T : Dickenson, 
(Addressed) & Will. Goodricke. 

For his Highnes the 
Lord Protector &c, & 
The Councill, 

Whitehall 
London 
(Endorsed) 

M. G. Lilburne to his Highnesse 
about several yersons secured in 
his county. 

Yorke 14 March 1656. [Rawl. MS. A. 48, £ 167.] 



[To THE Protector touching Lady Mauleverer, and 

charges against uer.] 

May it please your Highnes, 

Understanding a protection is granted by yo*" High- 
nes unto the Lady Maulliverer^ to repaire to her husbands 
house at AUerton Malliverer, and to dwell there with out 
molestac'on ; and fiforasmuch as wee conceive she may have 
made some p'tences of her inocencie, and that she is not 
guiltie of any designe against yo*" Highnesse or the Com- 
monwealth, upon w*'^ she has obtained this favour; Wee 
thought it our duty to acquaint yo^ Highnesse, that the said 
Lady appeares to us to be of a very dangerous sp'ritt, and 
to have bin active in the late plott, k a promoter of it ; & 

^ Major-Oenenil Lilburne. The office * She was Ann, daughter of Sir Henry 

of "Major-General of Districta" waa Clerk. Mention is made elsewhere of 
abolished in 1656. her chaplain, Morrall. 



SEQUESTBATIONS, &C., TO CKOMWELU 95 

that she b found to come within the first Article of our 
Instructions, & that it will he of evill consequence to restore 
her to the liberty of that habitac'on, and tend to the dis- 
couragement both of the honest tennants, and many well 
affected people thereabout. The consequencies of w'^^ and 
her corrispondense with other dangerous people^ wee humbly 
ky before yo' Highnesse, as 

Yo^ Highnesses most 
Yorke 4*^ July humble servants 



1656. 



(signed), R\ Lilburne, 

Ra : Ryraere, T : Dickenson, 



Geo : Tay ler, Will : Ooodricke, 
(Addressed) Luke Robinson. 

For his Highnes y*' 
Lord Protector, 

Whitehall. . [Rawl MS. A, 40, 85.] 



[ASSIONMEKT OF THE MaNOR OF GrIMSTONE TO LaDY MaRY 

cokayne, on her sefaratino from her husband.] 

May it please yo" Highnes, 

In pursuance of yo*" Highnesses reference of the 18 
May last, in the case of the Lady Mary Cockaine, wife of 
Charles Cockaine of Rushton, in the county of North'ton 
Esq'. ; Wee humbly certify : That it appears by articles, 
dated the first of March, 1654, proved upon oath between 
the said Charles Cockaine of the one part, and the ho^'^ 
Olliver ffitz-Williams of Ibston Esq., & S*" W" Russell of 
Strensall Barr\ for & on the behalf of the right ho^^* the 
Lady Mary Cockaine on the other part; That (upon a 
mutual] consent of y^ said parties for a separac'on), the 
manner of Griraston in this county of Yorke, w*^ the appur- 
tenances of (anions»;st other lands), is granted to the s^aid 
Lady Cockaine^ for, & towards, her private maintenance, 

* (liArles Cokayne. son and heir of Sir in 1627, Mary, eldest danghter and co- 

WiQiMD Cukayo, of Uuahton, Co. North- heir of Henry O'Brien, 6th £ari of 

amploti, arvme time Lonl Mayor of IioncKm, Thomond, who, at hli decease, re*niarried 

adrmooed to the Peerage of Ireland, Ueo. J!lount, eon of Kir Geo. Blount, of 



aa Maoonnt CuUen, in ldi2. He niarried, Sodington, Bart Lord Cullen died, 1661; 



96 



LETTERS OF TH£ YOBESHIRE COMMISSIOKERS OF 



during the said separac'on ; Butt in regard Mr. Cockaiue 
appeared to be a person w^ in our instrucc'ons, wee deci- 
mated the said estate ; ^ and because the said settlement was 
after November 1653» wee saw no cause to discharge it; 
All which wee leave to yo'" Highnesses further considerac'on, 
& rest» 

Your Highnesses 

most humble servants, 



Yorke, 12 Septemb' 
1656. 

(Addressed) 
For his Highnes y* Lord 
Protector, &c., 
Whitehall. 



(Signed), 



W"" Stevenson, 
John Hewley, 
Will : Goodricke, 
Ba. Rymere. 
[Rawl. MS. A. 42, f. 339.1 



[To Cromwell bbspkcting a Meeting at Rufpord/ 

SUSPECTED ROTALISTS) AND SiB OeOBGE SaVILL]. 

May it please yo' Highnes, 

Upon the first notice that I had from Grantham of 
the meeting at Rufford, I sent notice of it to Col. Hacker ; 
the Major-General's horse at Doncaster; and the high 
SheriflFe of Yorkshire ; and thereupon divers p'ties were sent 
to examine the truth of it, but we could learne nothinge ; 
but upon the receit of yo"* highnes letter and information, wee 
acted more successfully, and march'd that night towards the 
place, where, Cap* Needham w*^ two troopes of CoU. 
Hackers Regim* coming first, made a good entrance into the 
busines, and seized divers gent', a list whereof you will see 
here ; and upon examination, wee gott some further light 
into the business, the substance whereof is inclosed. Wee 
expect Coll. Hacker here p'sently, and we shall use ou'' ut- 



Lady Mary in 16S6. That she Ib styled 
Lady Mary Cokayne in the above letter, 
arises from the fact, that titles conferred 
by Charles I. during his last years, were 
not acknowledged by the Commonwealth, 
BO that from 1(>48 to 1660, she would be 
so designated, and not Lady Cullen. 
* To decimate an estate, implies (as 13 



well known) to pay a tenth part of ity in 
order to meet the charge, which (in words 
of that time), " the Commonwealth was 
put to by the unquietnees of their tern* 
per, and the just cause of jealcosy they 
had administered." 

7 Rufford Abbey, Notts; belonging to 
Sir George SaTille. 



BEQUESTSATIOKS, &0., TO OBOMWELL. 



97 



most endeavour to p'fect this search to the utmost. Weo 
have here 2 troopes of [the] Major Generall ; 2 of Coll. 
Ilacker ; and my owne ; and for what wee heare of in York- 
shire, we [will] acquaint Major Goodrige at Doncaster with 
it» and leave it to his care. S' George Savill is not at home.^ 
Wee have detained one M'. Coventry, who is the Lady 
Savill's brother until S'. George shall appeare to yo"" highnes. 
lie is said to be in London at his house in Lincolns in field, 
at the comer of queene streete, called Carlisle house or 
Savill house. Wee can find nothing in his house, that gives 
any light, onely we heare that one of his family, M^ Davison, 
who is Tutor to S"" George, was at the meeting, and stayed 
in the house till after dinner on fryday, and then went away. 
We cannot yett get him. Both S" Roger Coops sons are 
absent ; one is said to be in London, viz^ Cis ; and the other 
in Darbyshire. Wee hope Coll. Hacker hath sent to seeke 
him. Tomsoti of Newark is at London, but expected home 
suddenly. We hope ere this goe away to give you an ac« 
count of the pistolls. A party is gone to the place, where 
they were left. The carter hath at last confessed somewhat 
fully, and wee have p'missed to befriend him ; being a poor 
fellow. As wee get intelligence, wee intend to move, but 
shall alwaise have {MS. defaced or injured). 

(Endorsed). (Signature wanting). 

A letter to his Ilighnesse 

concerning y* meeting at 
Rufford ; the searching after 

George Savill &c. [Rawl. MS. 25, f, 33. •] 



• Sir G«orge SairiUe (4th) Bart., wu 
■dvuMd to the Peerage in 1688, m 
Vueonnt IJAli&ac, ol Kland, and subee* 
qofloUy Barl and Marquis of Halifax. 
T^ title became extinct in 1695. The 
brother, here named, of Lady Saville was 
Sir Ueorge*a uncle, aon of Thomaa, Lord 
Cerwilry, Liord Keeper hi 1628. Lady 
SaTilk was a woman remarkable for her 



aotiye seal in the Royal oauae. 

* It may Ixi observed that four of the 
foreeoing letters have been copiod in 
Birch's CoUectioo, but with such total 
disregard to all accuracy, especially in 
proper names, or the characteristic or* 
thography of the originals, as to render 
them of no Talue for antiquarian pur- 



VOfc. Yt. 



KNAEESBOEOUGH CASTLE. 



By GEO. T. CLARK.i 



Among the yarious windings by which, still bearing its 
original British appellation, the river Nidd finds its way from 
its sources in Nidderdale and on the flanks of Whernside to 
its union with the Ouse a few miles above York, none are 
more remarkable than those by which it traverses the ancient 
forest of Knaresborough, where it lies within a deep ravine, 
celebrated, even in Yorkshire, for its happy combination of 
wood, and rock, and water. 

Near the middle of this part of its course a bold promon- 
tory of rock projects as a rugged cliff* towards the stream, 
rising on its eastern bank to a height of about 230 ft. Two 
tributary ravines, to the north and south of the rock, 
isolate it from the adjacent high ground, and become broader 
and deeper as they descend towards the river, so that the 
rock is strongly fortified by nature upon its northern, 
southern, and western fronts. To complete the strength of 
the position nothing was wanting but a ditch connecting the 
heads of the ravines and traversing the neck of the penin- 
sula, and this was long since executed, and with it the upper 
parts of the ravines were also rendered deeper and broader, 
so that the position, before the use of gunpowder, must have 
been well nigh impregnable. 

By whom, or by what people, this formidable platform 



^ This Paper is based on Mr. aark's 
Bpoken addresB at Knaresborough, and 
the Council decided to print it in the 
Journal, instead of merely reprinting 
the newspaper report of the proceed- 
ings at the Excursion. Bj the kind- 
ness of Mr. Edward Birchall of Leeds, 
the Council is enabled to add several 
^lustrations, which are lithographed 
from plans expressly made by and at 



the expense of Mr. Birchall, to whom 
the thaiiks of the Association are due. 

The Council is desirous of taking this 
opportunity of acknowledging its obliga- 
tion to Mr. S. Powell, deputy-steward of 
the Manor Court, for his readinees in 
offering facilities to the members during 
their visit to Knaresborough, and for his 
valuable help to Mr. Barber in preparing 
the programme. 



KKARBSBOROUdH CASTLE. 99 

was first turned to account, is unknown, but no inhabitants 
of the district to whom security was an object could have 
orerlooked its adyantages. There is, howerer, no actual 
eridence of either British or Roman occupation, unless the 
rectangular area fortified by bank and ditch still to be traced 
through the streets of the later town can be accepted, as at 
Tamworth and Wallingford, as the work of semi-romanized 
Britons ; a people who having acquired some knowledge of 
the principles of Roman castrametation, were yet unwilling 
or unable to include their strong places within walls of 
masonry. 

The Manor of Cnaresburg is mentioned in Domesday as 
the private demesne of the Conqueror, as it had been of the 
Confessor. Nothing is said of an * Aula ' or a castle there, 
but as eleven Berewicks depended upon it, it is clear that it 
was during, and probably long before the time of Edward, 
the centre of a considerable estate, and if, as was usual, its 
early lord had there a fortified residence, it would naturally 
be placed upon the rugged and knotty platform that bore the 
descriptive name of Cnaresburg. 

William granted the manorial lands, returned in Domesday 
as * wasta,' to Serlo de Burg, Burg being probably the manor 
now called Boroughbridge. Burg was a territorial designa- 
tion, not a regular sirname, and does not appear to have 
been used by the family. The Pipe Roll 31 H. 1, 1130, 
mentions Serlo as holding lands in Notts and Derby, and 
gives the names of Osbert his son, and of another Osbert his 
^ nepos " or nephew, both of whom seem to have died before 
their respective fathers. The successor and heir of Serlo was 
John the One-eyed, whose son, Eustace Fitz John, was a York- 
shire Justiciar. He appears in the same Pipe Roll as farming 
Burg and Chenardesburg, and to him was then allowed jCll 
for the king's works, evidently upon the castle, at the latter 
place, Eustace married Beatrice, a de Vesci heiress, and 
their son William assumed that name. Richard Fitz Eus- 
taoe, another son, married Albreda the daughter and heir 
of Robert de Lisours by Albreda sister of Ilbert and Henry 
de Lacy, and aunt and heir of Robert de Lacy of Pontefract, 
who died childless, 1 1 93. In consequence, Roger, Constable 
of Chester, the son of Richard Fitz Eustace and Albreda, took 
and transmitted the name of Lacy. Eustace had also a 
bfx>ther. Pain Fitz John, a considerable Herefordshire land* 



100 KKABESBOBOUGH OASTLB. 

owner, and ancestor of the Barons Fitz Pain.' With Eustace, 
who fell in the Welsh wars in 1159, the family occupation of 
the Castle ceased, and it was from time to time granted by 
the Grown to various castellans. One of these, Hugh de 
Morville, took refuge here after the murder of Beckett. It 
was held also by the Estotevilles, and, in the reign of John, 
by Brian de Lisle, who is reputed to hare excavated the 
castle ditch, and to have repaired or added to the buildings. 
Henry the III. granted the castle to Hubert de Burgh in fee. 
Before that time the Manor had been erected into an 
Honour, and the Honour, the Peculiar, and the Forest of 
Knaresborough are from time to time the subject of royal 
grants. In 1257 Henry the HI. gave them to his brother 
Richard, who founded a priory on the river bank below the 
castle. Edward the II. repeated the grant to Gaveston, 
about which time the Slingsbys appear as keepers of the 
Forest. In 1327 the castle was taken for the Earl of Lan- 
caster, but only to be resumed by Edward the III. who, in 
1371, granted it to John of Gaunt, and it has ever since 
formed a part of the Duchy of Lancaster. Bichard the II. 
was imprisoned here in 1399, and the keep has since borne 
the name of the King's tower, it is said, in consequence. In 
] 642 the castle was held for the King, and was the head 
quarter of an active and somewhat unscrupulous body of 
soldiery. It was, in consequence, besieged and taken by 
Fairfax in 1644, and in 1648 was, bj' the Council of State, 
ordered to be slighted, which seems to have been effected 
by removing the curtain wall, and blowing away one angle 
of the keep. 

The castle occupied the whole area of the platform up to 
the edge of the ditch, the crest of the ravines, and the river 
cliff. In figure the plan is an irregular oval, in the proportion 
of about three parts east and west, to two parts north and 
south, aAd containing about 2^ acres. Close south of, and 
dependent upon, the castle, was the town. The area within 
the line of the town ditch measures about 500 yds. north-east 
and south- west, by 850 yds. north-west and south-east, and 
includes all the older part of the town. About 1 70 yds. of 
the ditch, where it divided the castle from the town, has been 
filled up since the dismantling of the castle. The castle was 
contained within a great curtain wall 7 to 8 ft. thick, and of 
the unusual height in places of from 30 to 40 ft. The keep 



KSABK8B0R0U0H CASTLE. 101 

forms a part of the enceinte, being built upon the crest and 
slope of the northern ravine, not far from the centre of that 
front The curtain abutted upon its two ends, so that the 
building was partly within and partly outside the area. Con- 
nected with its southern angle are some fragments of masonry 
showing that the area was divided by a cross wall into an 
eastern and western part, the one being the outer and the 
other the inner ward, and the keep is so placed that its 
south-eastern face looks upon the outer, and its south-western 
and north-western faces upon the inner ward. 

Very nearly the whole both of the curtain and cross wall 
are gone, but the projection from the northern angle of 
the keep shows that the curtain, at that point at least, was 
above 40 fl. high and at least 11 ft. thick. It would seem 
that the curtain had originally no mural towers, for these, in 
the shape of half round or segmental solid buttresses, have 
been added, built against the face of the curtain, the removal 
of which has laid bare the rough face of the appUed work. 
Leland speaks of eleven or twelve of these buttress towers. 
There remain at present only six. They have all been faced 
with ashlar. Upon one is a good string course of perpen- 
dicular date, and on another is seen the shaft of a garderobe, 
the upper part of which must have been on the battlements. 
Two of the largest of the buttresses are placed opposite to 
the town, about 21 ft. apart, forming a sort of soUd gatehouse, 
and flanking the main entrance to the castle through the 
outer ward. The gateway was 1 8 fl. wide and at least 18ft. 
high to the springing. The arch is gone. The square groove 
for the portcullis remains, and within is a rebate for the 
door. Outside in the northern jamb is a hole as for the heel 
of a drawbridge, but there is no corresponding hole on the 
other side, so that the indication is probably deceptive. A 
drawbridge there must have been, but it was possibly more 
advanced. Leland also mentions a subterranean passage 
opening upon the slope of the ditch, but this, of which 
nothing is now known, was probably a sewer. In the 
inner ward is the house in which are still held the courts for 
the Honour. This is a modern building, but it contains an 
original decorated doorway, and a large fireplace, plain, but 
probably of the same date. There is said to have been a well 
near this, now lost» and local tradition describes a chapel as 
having stood near the court house. 



102 KNABESBOBOUGH CASTLE. 

The principal interest of the building centres upon the 
King's Tower or keep, of which the remains are consider- 
able. It may be described as rectangular in plan, 64 fb. 
north-west and south-east by 52 ft. north-east and south- 
west, or nearly square. Its symmetry is however broken by 
the cutting off of the north angle. Also the whole of the 
eastern angle is gone, and it is a question how far out this 
extended, and with much of the north-east side the whole 
south-east end and the angle between them are gone, but 
enough of the two other sides remains to show the general 
plan and details of the building. [B. Fig. a.] 

The western angle is capped by a cylindrical turret of 
solid masonry, 6 ft. diameter and, at present, 62 ft. high. It 
was probably, together with the main building, about 10 ft. 
higher. This was the height from the level of the inner 
ward ; the absolute height of the keep, measured from the 
dungeon-floor, was about 16 ft. more, or about 78 or 80 ft. 

The principal or south-west is also the most perfect front, 
and that which looks into the inner ward. It is here seen 
that the keep was composed of a sub-basement below the 
court level ; a basement at the level ; a first or main floor ; 
and an upper floor : the lines of floor being indicated by 
two string courses or mouldings. 

The sub-basement consists only of the dungeon. [A . Fig. «.] 
The entrance is by a sunken doorway approached by a des- 
cending flight of steps. It is placed 14 ft. from the western 
turret, and the top of the doorway arch shows just above 
the ground-level. The doorway opens into a vaulted passage 
down which twelve steps lead to a second doorway, that of 
the dungeon. This may be described as a square of 23 ft., 
of which the two north-eastern angles are cut off, reducing 
one end to a sort of apse of three faces of 9 ft. 6 in. each. In 
the centre is a plain cylindrical pier, 3 ft. diameter with a 
chamfered base but no cap, from the head of which branch 
out twelve ribs, plain and substantial, with a slightly hollow 
chamfer. They are arranged in groups of three, separated 
by four rather wider openings, of which two, including the 
two right angles, are traversed by diagonal ribs, so that the 
plan of the vault is an octagon. There is an air-hole 3 ft. 
square in the north wall, whence a passage, slightly zigzag, 
and 14 ft. long, ended in a loop, now broken down. There 
seems also to have been a garderobe, as the mouth of 



lif t 



Clcimtkm or KtiP nnM Imhcr VUkd 



r^■^ 



Knaresborouch Kei 



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Figl. 



Aectioh oh LiheCH 



XKARSSBOBOUOH GASTLB. 103 

a sewer is seen outside at the foot of the waU^ 10ft. below 
the loop. 

The basement floor contains three chambers, entered from 
the inner ward by three doors. [A. Fig. £.] Of these a narrow 
one of 2 ft. opening placed close to the turret leads by a 
vaulted passage 3 ft. long into the Record Room. [B. Fig. a.] 
This is an L shaped chamber, of which the arms are 6 ft. 6 in. 
broad, and on the longer sides 12 ft., and on the shorter 5 ft. 
6 in«, one limb being a few inches the larger. In the north- 
west wall is a loop for air. Each limb is crossed by a plain 
chamfered rib, and the square space thus formed, common to 
the two limbs, is crossed diagonally by a single rib. This 
chamber was recently used as a debtor's prison. 

Next to the record room, and nearer the centre of the 
fronts is a large window, of which the ashlar casing and 
tracery have b^n removed, and the cill cut down to convert 
it into a door. At present the aperture is 6 ft. broad and 
13 ft. to the crown of the arch. Close to, but beyond this, 
is the original doorway, now blocked up but quite perfect. 
It was of 5 ft. opening with a low drop arch, and over it a 
good decorated drip stone or hood moulding. This door led 
into the Kitchen. [B. Fig. a.] 

The kitchen may be described as a square of 24 ft., having 
applied to its north-east side an apse of three fieices of 8 ft. 
each ; or it may be called a rectangle of 24 ft. by 30 ft. with 
two of its angles cut off so as to form an apse. 

This chamber is also vaulted after a peculiar fashion. 
Twelve feet from the apsidal end is an octi^onal pier, from 
the head of which spring eight ribs at equal angles. At 6 ft. 
from the pier, that is at the crown of the vanity each rib is 
met by two others, sixteen in number, which spring from 
eight half piers or responds in the angles of the wall. There 
are however actually only six of these wall piers, two being 
replaced by a different arrangement, rendered necessary by 
the oblong form of the chamber, which leaves a space 6 ft. by 
24 ft. to be covered in. Of this space one-third, being the 
western angle, is solid, and in £stct contains one Umb of the 
record room. The remainder is divided into two square 
bays, vaulted diagonally. Between this compartment and 
the larger one stands a second pier, which receives the thrust 
of three ribs from the main pier, and has five ribs besides of 
its own« The general result is not unpleasing, but the 



lOi K27AEESBOROUGH OASTLE. 

vaulting is exceedingly complex, containing eight rhombs and 
eighteen triangles, great and small. The height to the crown 
of the vault is 12 ft. Besides the great window towards the 
inner ward is a small opening, probably a loop, though now en- 
larged, towards the ditch. The fireplace occupies one of the 
north-western bays. It is 7 ft. broad, and the grate stood 
in a half-round recess of 3-6 radius, with a vertical flue 
in the wall. From the kitchen open two smaller cham- 
bers and a well-stair. One of these, plainly vaulted, and 1 1 ft. 
by 7 ft., is placed in the south-east wall. It is entered by a 
small door from the side of the kitchen, and near the door is 
a loop also looking into the kitchen. This was probably the 
cook's bedroom. 

A second chamber, 8 ft. by 9 ft., also vaulted, is placed in 
the north wall, and is entered by a small and much mutilated 
doorway and a short oblique passage. This chamber has a 
loop towards the ditch, and a garderobe, the outlet from 
which seems to join that from the dungeon. 

The staircase is contained within the wall at the south 
angle of the chamber, and is lighted by two loops from the 
inner ward. It is entered from the kitchen by a small door 
opening into a straight passage, whence the well staircase 
rises. This leads to both the first and second floor, and 
has a stone hand-rail carved in the wall. It is 2/^6 radius. 

There remains only in the basement to be mentioned the 
Porter's Lodge. [B. Fig. a.] It is composed of a couple of 
cells, at present occupied by the keeper of the castle. The 
outer cell is entered by a small door very near to the passage 
between the outer and inner ward. The hollow angle formed 
by the junction of the cross wall with the keep, is crossed by 
a squint or oblique arch, which supports a bartizan turret 
above, and affords a sort of hood over the door. The outer 
cell, vaulted, measures 1 2 ft. by 9 ft. One angle is filled up. 
There is a small two-light window towards the inner ward. 
From this cell a door opens into an inner cell, 7 ft. by 8 ft., 
also vaulted, and with a small window or sort of loop, now 
broken down, which is formed in the south-east wall, and 
seems to have opened beneath the first arch of the bridge 
which carried the ascending road from the outer ward to 
the level of the first floor of the keep. 

The first or main floor of the keep presents its chief pecu- 
liarities. [B. Fig. i.] It is, or was, a rectangular chamber 



KKABESBOBOUOH CASTLE. 105 

24^6' by 31 ft. and 19 ft. high to the boarded floor of the 
room above. The north-west end, which is tolerably perfect, 
v% wholly occupied by a segmental arched recess with a 
handsome moulding. It is 2\9^' deep, and contains a sort 
of table or shelf 2 ft. high and of one foot projection, the 
upper part of which is hollowed into a narrow trough, as 
though for animals to drink from, had it been a little broader. 
It is much broken, so it does not appear whether it was 
provided with a feed-pipe and drain. What it was intended 
for it is difficult even to guess. The wall is broken, and 
within it is seen the flue from the kitchen fireplace below. 
Above, a weather-moulding in the wall shows that at some 
time there was a low-pitched roof. 

Of the adjacent north-east side only about 12 ft. remains. 
It is chiefly occupied by a large fireplace, 7 ft. broad by 4 ft. 
deep. It was flat-topped and quite plain. The wall has 
been broken down and the flue is disclosed. Next south 
of this is the jamb of a bold arched recess which runs 
through the wall, 14 ft. deep, and must have contained a 
large window opening over the ditch. 

With the eastern angle is also gone the south-eastern side. 
Much of this must have been occupied by a large doorway, of 
which the south-west jamb remains, and its external and 
internal mouldings, in the Decorated style and of a very 
elaborate character. The wall was 10 ft. 6 in. thick, and in its 
centre, half-way between the two moulded arches, is a rect- 
angular portcullis groove. It is evident that this was a 
regular gateway, fortified in the usual manner, and, as what 
remains of the arch shows, of a large size. 

The south-west wall, which is tolerably perfect, contains at 
its north end a door of the same size as that just described, 
saving that there is no portcullis, which, this being the inner 
gate, was not needed. The wall is here lift, thick, giving a 
very deep recess 10 ft. broad, in which the doorway was 
placed. It is panelled and 1 5 ft. high to the arch crown ; 
the recess narrows to 7.^'6 width, which was that of the door- 
way. The doorway is richly moulded, and the mouldings 
are continued down to the cill, showing that it was a door, and 
not, as some suppose, a window. There was, however, tracery 
in the head, of which a fragment remains, but not enough 
to show the pattern. In the jambs are a set of stauncheon 
holes, too large for the rods by which window-glass waa 



106 EKABESBOBOUaH CASTLE. 

usually supported, and which are evideutly the remains of 
the bars inserted when the Keep was used as a prison. The 
outermost hollow of the mouldings contains a band of deli- 
cate ball-flowers. There is also a handsome drip supported 
by two heads or corbels. 

Outside the doorway, in the wall on either hand, are two 
square grooves 7 in. broad and about 6 in. deep, and 1 1 ft. 
apart. They commence at the string course, which cor- 
responds with the cill of the doorway, and are 6 ft. high. 
Above this, 10''. 6" from the stringcourse, and 12ft. apart, 
are two similar grooves, ^".^" long, and which therefore 
reach a little above the level of the top of the doorway arch. 
It is evident that these two pair of grooves were connected 
with the drawbridge, the lower pair probably receiving the 
ends of the parapet rail, and the upper the struts supporting 
the beams of the bridge. 

Next to this door recess, in the inside of the chamber, is a 
small plain fireplace, placed in a tall pointed recess, like a 
doorway, and beyond this again is a lower recess, but broader, 
and also pointed, in which is a plain square-headed window, 
4 ft. high by 1 ft. broad, looking towards the inner ward. In 
the jamb of the recess is a side-door, leading by a short pas- 
sage into the well-staircase from the kitchen, which also, at 
this level, has a loop towards the inner ward. 

The floor of this chamber at present rises about 2 fl., or 
1 in 26, from the outer to the inner gate. This, however, 
may be a modern arrangement intended to carry off the 
water from the asphalt with which the floor has been paved. 

Outside the outer gate of this chamber towards the south 
is a small mural chamber, lighted by a very handsome win- 
dow, 2'.6'' broad, with tracery in the arched head and a 
handsome drip-stone above, looking towards the inner ward. 
This chamber opens upon a sort of lobby, now mostly de- 
stroyed, outside the great gate, and provided with a small 
doorway of its own, fitted with a portcullis, and from this 
descends a small staircase with a ribbed and vaulted roof, 
which commuiucated with the lodge connected with the 
entrance from the outer to the inner ward. This was evi- 
dently a postern for such foot-passengers as came after the 
great gatc3 were closed, and who did not wish to enter the 
main or guard chamber of the keep. From this lobby ascended 
a well-stair to the upper storey, rather larger than the other 



KKARESBOROUOH OASTLB. 107 

ooe, iffhich was close beside it in the wall. The position of 
the larger staircase is marked by a sort of bartizan or pro- 
jecting round turret, which commenced at the first floor leyel, 
and was lighted from the inner ward. Most of this is broken 
away and only traces of it remain. 

Of the upper floor but little remains save the wall towards 
the inner ward. In this wall is an excellent trefoil-topped 
window of one light beneath a square head. This is placed 
in a recess of the wall, vaulted and ribbed. 

Near it a small door opens upon the head of the staircase 
from the lower floor and the kitchen. The other staircase 
from the postern is destroyed. 

It appears from what has been described that the main 
floor of the keep was in fact a passage by which the principal 
entrance led from the outer to the inner ward. As the level 
of the first floor is 17 ft. above that of the inner ward, and 
something more above that of the outer, the approaches were 
upon arches leading up to the gateways. The outer bridge 
DO doubt was built against and protected by the curtain of 
the outer ward. That the road rested upon arches is evident 
from a trace of a skewback or springing stone below the 
gateway, and from the position of the window of the inner 
cell of the porter's lodge. There is similar evidence of 
another bridge from the inner gateway down to the level of 
the inner ward, and excavation there would probably show 
the pier bases. How there came to be two fireplaces in what 
must have been the guard-chamber, and what was the use of 
the trough, are questions as yet unanswered. So far as I 
know this is the only example of a main entrance so raised 
and carried through the keep. 

There remains to be noticed the fragment of a building 
attached to the southern angle of the keep, and from which 
evidently sprang the wall which ran between the outer and 
the inner ward. [B. Fig. a.] This seems to have been an 
oblong, divided into two compartments. One, of which 
much of two sides remains, was 1 1 fl. square, vaulted and 
ribbed, the fans spreading from the four angles. This was 
entered on one side from a small Decorated door of 2\^" 
opening, which led into a bent passage. The face towards 
the inner ward seems to have contained a second small door, 
by the side either of a window or a larger door. From this 
chamber a door probably led, through the second chamber. 



108 KNABESBOBOUOH 0A8TLE. 

now removed, to the base of the winding steps ah'eadj men- 
tioned as ascending to tho eastern entrance to the keep. 
The designs of the mouldings of this appended building are 
peculiarly delicate and graceful, and well executed. 

This keep is probably the latest example of a rectangular 
keep as well as a singular one of a keep with its main 
floor employed as a gate-house. Its ornaments and de- 
tails generally are in the late Decorated style, and of the 
reign probably of Edward II., though it is by no means 
hkely that the work was due to Gaveston. Ashlar ma- 
sonry is freely employed outside and inside the building, 
and the details throughout are admirable. It is probable 
that the addition of the solid buttresses to the curtain was 
the work of the builder of the keep. The masonry and 
material correspond. The portcullis grooves are alike, and 
the solitary string course on one of the bastions is nearly, if 
not quite, of the pattern of that employed on the keep. It 
is much to be desired that the inhabitants of Knaresborough 
would obtain the castle as a promenade, reopen the ditch, or 
part of it, restore the bridge leading to the outer gate, exca- 
vate the foundation of the north-east angle of the keep and 
of the bridge covering the way into the prison, and check 
the progress of weather and exposure in the upper portions 
of the keep. A moderate sum would execute all that is 
required, and the result would add to the comfort and aug- 
ment the attractions of the town. 

Geo. T. Clark. 



[It may be interesting to notice here a passage in Roger Gale's MSS., 
which has been pointed out by the Rev. W. C. Lukis, M.A., F.S.A. 

EXTBACT VROU ROOBB QaLB's MSS. 

'* Phylacierium Judaicum manui applicandum, nuper inventum in antiquo Caatello 
Enaresburgeiiai. ▲ D. 1738. Judm ex Anglia expuki 1290." 

(Here is given the sketch of which a tracing is endosed, and the quotation in 
Hebrew from ** Deuteron. vL v. 4 ad 9, vid. etiam Matth. xxiii v. 5.") 

" Quid, et quern in usum sit inscriptio hsec ex e& ipsft partim constat. Est torijb 
quod a Grsecis pvXoicHipiop, ab Hebrseis Cotaph vocatur : quorum duo sunt genera, 
alterum fronti, alterum manui applicandum. Hoc autem cum iuYentum esset semi- 
circulare, non fronti sed manui alligatum fuiBse videtur."] 



OBSERVATIONS ON SOME MOATED MOUNDS IN YORKSHIRE. 

By OBO. T. CLARE. 

The moated mounds of Barwick in Elmet^ and Laughton- 
en-le-Morthen are well known as ancient Saxon seats, as are 
those of York and Tickhill as having been adopted by the 
Normans, and become converted into castles of masonry. 
To the former class may be added Bardsey and the Law 
Hill at Wakefield, and to the latter Tadcaster and Sandal. 

Bardsey, a village and parish 7 miles N.N.E. of 
Leeds, stands upon the Buckstone gill, a rivulet which falls 
into the Keswick beck, which again is tributary to the Wharf, 
all within a short distance. Close north of the church, upon 
a knot of red sandstone rock, is an eminence known as 
Castlb Hill, a name which, in this part of the country, is 
usoally applied to a moated mound. The eminence, like 
the knoll which it crowns, may be natural, but it is scarped 
and entrenched by art. It is about 20 ft high, and oval or 
oblong in figure, with traces of a circumscribing ditch. The 
western end is isolated from the main body of the mound 
by a cross cut, across which lies a narrow bank of earth or 
causeway. The aspect of the whole is by no means cleai*. 
It has some of the characteristics of a small British camp, 
but if so it has certainly been occupied and altered by some 
English lord. The bill is about a furlong from the railway 
station to the south-west, and about the same distance below 
and south of the hill is the parish church of All Saints, a 
small structure containing some good Decorated work, and 
especially some good flat-topped windows in that style, much 
like those in the vale of Berks. But the most remarkable 
feature is the tower, a small, square, and rather lofby struc- 
ture, placed at the west end of the church, and evidently of 
very early date. In its small face is a two light or rather a 
coupled window, round-headed, with a central baluster of rude 
pattern, and set back at a considerable depth in the wall. 
There are some Decorated insertions, and in the contiguous 



110 OBSERVATIONS OK SOMB MOATED HOUNDS IN YORESHIRIL 

west walls of the aisles are E. English lancet windows, or 
perhaps transition Norman. This tower well deserves the 
attention of the Society, and a correct plan of the mound 
would be usefiil. 

The Law or Low hill is one of two very remarkable 
moated mounds upon the river Calder near Wakefield. It 
stands about three quarters of a mile south-south-east of the 
parish church of Wakefield, and a short half mile from the 
river upon its north or left bank. The hill on which it 
stands is about 250 ft. above the plain, the mound is wholly 
artificial, conical, and about 40 ft. high, with a fiat top about 
60 ft. diameter. It is very steep, and composed of the 
sandstone debris of the spot. The rain has somewhat rounded 
the edges of its platform, and excavated deepish furrows in 
its side, so that a good deal of its material is deposited below, 
in the form of a number of small deltas. 

The mound stands in a circular ditch, about 40 ft. broad 
and 6 ft. deep from the outer edge, and in wet weather still 
containing water. Towards the south, where the ground falls 
steeply, this ditch and a slight outer bank are the only de- 
fences, but to the north and north-east the ground forms a 
level platform, somewhat triangular in shape, its base being 
applied to the ditch of the mound, and its extreme projec- 
tion being about 150 ft. The defence of this platform, the 
base court of the fortress, is a steep scarp of about 20 ft., 
and below and beyond this again is a second scarp of about 
6 ft. which terminates upon the natural slope of the hill. 
There can be no question that the Lowe or Law hill is a 
Burh, similar to those recorded in the Anglo-Saxon chronicle 
as thrown up by Eadward the Elder and ^thelfiseda. 

Sandal Castle crowns a natm*al hill on the opposite or 
south bank of the Calder, rather above a furlong from the 
water. The two works are a short mile apart, and may have 
been intended, like those at York, Stamford, Hertford, and 
Buckingham, to defend the passage up the stream. No 
doubt garrisons might there find security, but they are very 
different from the other works cited, which are or were 
wholly artificial, and were placed much nearer to the 
stream. 

Sandal is best known by its castle in masonry, but most of 
this has disappeared, and the far older earthworks once again 
form the prominent features of the work. The mound is 



OBSSBYATIOKS OK SOME MOATED MOUNDS IK TOBESHIBE. Ill 

eonical, 40 ft. higb, very steep, and with a flat though scarred 
rammit about 40 fit. (Uameter. It stands within a circular 
ditch, of unusual depth, and which to the north forms the 
sole defence of the place. Its contents, however, have been 
thrown up upon its counterscarp as a bank, which was no 
doubt strengthened bj a palisade, as otherwise it would have 
afforded cover for a besieging party. 

On the opposite or south side, where the hill is less steep, 
a straight bank projects directly outwards and ends in a 
small mound which looks as though it had been occupied by 
a round tower. Probably this sort of spur work was con- 
nected with the approach to the keep, which occupied the 
great mound, and from some traces of the foundation seems, 
as was probable, to have been of the shell type. Outside 
this work, and covering a part of its proper ditch, is a more 
or less semilunar platform defended by a steep scarp held 
op by a revetment wall, of which a part remains. At the 
foot of this wall is a deep and broad ditch, connected at each 
end with the ditch of the mound. On this platform, which 
seems to have constituted the outer ward of the castle, stood 
the principal buildings. Of these but two fragments remain, 
probably parts of the hall. There are the broken apertures 
of four windows, but only a fragment of a moulding in the 
recess of what seems to have been the end window. The 
general aspect of this masonry is Decorated or early Perpen- 
dicular. The exterior wall of the castle seems to have run 
along the outer edge of this ward. Beyond this and on the 
outer side of the main ditch, are traces of a second ditch in- 
cluding a narrow strip of ground. This was no doubt 
palisaded, as there are no traces of masonry. 

Sandal Castle is recorded to have been built by John Earl 
Warren, whose ancestors had long held the manor. The 
Earl, being without lawful issue, surrendered his estates to 
Edward the IL, who regranted Sandal with other manors to 
the issue of the Earl by Maud Nerford, who is said to have 
resided here. Eventually Maud's issue failed, and the Earl's 
widow, Isabel Holland, held the castle for life. Finally it 
reverted to Edward III., who granted it to Edmund of 
Langley, his fifth son. It thus fell out that Sandal, during 
the wars of the Eoses, belonged to Bicbard Duke of York, 
who held it against Margaret the Queen of Heniy the VI., 
who dared him to meet her in the open field. The result 



112 OBSBBYATIOKS OK SOUS MOATISB HOttKDS IK T0RK8HIBE. 

was the battle of Wakefield, fought below the castle, between 
it and the riyer, 31 Dec, 1460. The castle then reverted 
to and long remained in the Crown. 

Whether there was any castle in masonry here before that 
built by Earl Warren is unknown, but it is evident from the 
aspect and character of the earthworks that Sandal, like the 
Law Hill, was an English Burh, and one of very great strength 
and importance. 

Tadcaster, like Sandal, consists of a group of earthworks 
of early date^ upon which a castle in masonry has been con- 
structed, and which is now destroyed. These earthworks are 
of considerable size and extent, and occupy a portion of 
rather low land on the right bank of the Wharf, a little above 
the town and close to the parish church. The group con- 
tains three isolated conical mounds, about 30 to 40 ft. high, 
and about 40 ft in diameter on the flat top. The most 
western of the three is very distinctly a moated mound, but 
it has been much mutilated to supply materials for banking 
out the river. From the other mounds it is divided by a 
very deep and broad ditch, which evidently was filled from 
the river, and is still, when the river is full, flooded by water 
which i-ises through the gravelly bottom. 

The other two mounds are also separated by a very for- 
midable ditch. Of these the one neai'est to the river is the 
most considerable, and probably bore the shell keep of the 
castle, of which however no traces are now visible. In the 
skirts of the third mound, that nearest to the church, are two 
vaults, entered through a sort of pigstye or shed. Upon a 
very superficial view they did not appear to be very old, 
but they may have been the receptacles beneath a garderobe. 

The church is said to have been taken down and rebuilt 
with the original ashlar work. In it are some Norman frag- 
ments. 

A good plan and a close examination of the Tadcaster 
earthworks are much needed. They are certainly not British, 
and, notwithstanding the Roman history and name of Tad- 
caster, can scarcely be attributed to that people. They are 
more likely to be of northern origin, and not improbably the 
work of the Danish settlers, of whom Anlaf or Olaf seems to 
have had a residence here towards the middle of the 10th 
century. 

Geo. T. Clab£< 



CHABTEBS OF THE PBIO&Y OF SWINE IN H0LDEBN£Si3. 

(Among ttM lUwlinaon 1188. in the Bodleian.] 
By Sir OEOROS DUCKBTT, Bait 

Ths object of the present paper is not so much to add to 
the hitherto little-known history of the Priory of Swine, the 
obscure particulars of which doubtless require much elucida* 
tion, as to rescue from oblivion some of the charters of its 
eariiest benefactors ; for of the several grants to be here 
recorded, none were later than King John or Henry III., at 
least of the Sutton family, whilst one of them is shortly fol- 
lowing the original foundation and endowment of this religious 

house. 

Dugdale in his Monasticon refers simply to two charters 
relating to it ; and Burton, in the Monasticon Eborascense, 
records only two others, neither seeming to have been aware 
of the grants of the owners of Sutton, in the neighbourhood 
of Hull, or as little of those pointed out by Tanner among 
the Dodsworth MSS., as furUier inedited materials for its 
history. We purpose, therefore, to fill up this void in the 
ensuing paper, with a few prefatory remarks as to the 
foundation and site of the Priory. 

Swine, Swyn, Swinhey, or Swina, was a Cistercian abbey 
of nuns, dedicated to the Virgin Mary, in the deanery of 
Holdemess, and was founded by Robert de Verli, some time 
towards the close, according to Tanner, of the reign of King 
Stephen. The community is stated by Burton and others, 
at one period to have partaken of a mixed character, inas- 
much as in a charter of one Erenburch (Emeburga) de 
Barton, wife of XJlbert Constable, in the 33 Edw. I., a grant 
is made to ** Magistro, Fatribus canonicis, et MoniaUbus ; " 
nevertheless, in its origin, the establishment was simply for a 
prioress and fourteen nuns, and we hesitate to accept such 
assertion without stronger proo^ for neither in any of the sub- 



lU CHARTERS OF THE PRIORY OP SWiNE IN HOLDERNESS. 

sequent charters, which are of about that date, and certainly 
in none of the earlier grants, or in those given by Dods worth, 
as quoted by Tanner, can any mention whatever be found of 
such a mixed community. The latter are probably chiefly 
decisive on this point, being all subsequent to the date iu 
question, and in every instance made to the Prioress and 
Nuns of Swine. As the matter rests upon the sole autho- 
rity of a single charter, its authenticity is open to great 
doubt. 

The site, although in the highest part of this notoriously 
flat, and, at that time, marshy district, seems entirely to have 
been selected for seclusion from its inaccessibility, especially 
in winter, but not a vestige of the building was to be traced 
as late as 1758, at which time (as stated by Burton), and 
probably still, a farm house alone marked the spot, where at 
one time this abbey existed. Thompson, in his History of 
Swine, states that the site of the priory was occupied by a 
house, in his day called *^ The Hall." The locality in question 
would appear, at any rate, to be unfavourable in perpetuating 
similar edifices, for the contiguous abbey of Meaux (or 
Melsa) is scarcly traceable at the present time. The early 
and rapid decay of the Priory of Swine is doubtless attribut- 
able to the action of, or proximity to, the sea. 

The first of the following donations or grants having refer- 
ence to this abbey and its early establishment, are from a col- 
lection of charters, among the Bodleian MSS., not relating to 
it alone, but transcribed from the original chartularies of dif- 
ferent religious houses, and are headed '* Cartse Antiquse 
CoUectSB a Joan Blackbourne, A.M., olim S.S.Ste. Trin. Col. 
Cantab," among which are interspersed notes and observa- 
tions by the writer. How these grants to Swine Priory, 
therein specified, should have escaped notice, whilst others to 
the neighbouring convent of Melsa, from the same Sutton 
family, are recorded by Burton, is somewhat unaccountable. 

Sutton, and its dependencies, lying to the east of the 
Humber, wherein the lands granted are situate, is in the 
vicinity of Hull, many of these latter now forming part of 
the actual town and port, viz., Drypool, Southcotes, Stone- 
ferry, Somergangs, &c. 

At the date of their several donations, the family of Sutton 
seem to have held the manor from time immemorial, and are 
especially conspicuous among the earliest benefactors to the 



CHASTERS OF THE PRIOBT OF SWIKB IN HOLDEBNESS. 115 



of Swine. Without going into genealogical details, 
we may observe that the pedigree given by Burton, and fol- 
lowed by others, in his East Riding Pedigrees^ setting forth 
the descent from Syward de Sutton, temp. Conq., omits 
all mention of many Suttons, benefactors or donors, in tho 
diarters now under consideration, rendering that descent, 
thus recorded by him, of at least somewhat doubtful 
authority % whilst from the prevailing Christian name of 
** Saer '' occurring in them, and in the family history gene- 
rally, from 3 Hen. II. to 20 Edw. I., it is not possible, with 
certainty, either to fix the dates of the several grants, or 
their different donors, so as to place them in chronologic<il 
order. We are enabled, however, to arrive at an approxi- 
mation of them by the names of some of the witnesses, and 
this applies particularly to the first on the list, which is un- 
doubtedly of the date of Henry II. 

Witbont particularizing minutely the different ensuing 
charters, it may be sufficient if we shortly state the purport 
of some of them. 

Stephen Fitz Peter Fitz William de Sutton, gave in pure 
and perpetual alms five acres of meadow, formerly belonging 
to Rayner de Sutton, at Howdailes in Sutton, lying between 
the Sutton and Southcoates' pastures, free from all secular 
aenrioe and customs whatsoever. This grant is attested, 
amongst others, by Hugh de Yerli,^ which fixes the date, 
temp. Henry II. 



' TIm Approxlmata data of Uus charter 
■ inaniftt from tU attMtaiion bj Hugh 
4« Vvli Thii witaats is autheDiieatad 
bj aovanl aotrica, both on iha Great Roll 
ol tha S9»30 k Si of HeDry It; tha Rolls 
of th« Curia Rsgis, 6 Richard I.; and tha 
Twm Bolb of 11 flan. IIL (1227); an 
MftiT oo tha lailar taattfying to bis 
dwlk ; whikt othan in tha aarUer reigns 
yntm him to hava Uvad shortly aftar tha 
int fonndatifln ol tha priorj. Wa may 
■lima, tharalbra, wiUi avary dagrea of 
wobabilit^, that ha was son to Robart da 
Varliy ite max foondar, and as tha sareral 
mtriaa hava soma int ert a t , it may not ba 
ma% of placa to reoapitulata tham. 

Ib S» Han. II. his *'Donum/' computsd 
it lOOlL la tha old enrrsnoy of thst raign, 
WW paid bj him into tha Traasuiy at sa 
squvaiaat rata of 89/. lis. 8<i., or accord* 
m% to tha valna of tha naw eoinsga then 
m ccrenlation :~'*Hago da Varlt raddit 
fwnpotnm da CI, Tataris monatn da dono 
sao: In ibassnra quatar zx. at iz./. k 



zj.«. k Tig.<f., novae monetso, pro Ql, 
retaris monat« ; at quietus est." — [Mag. 
Rot. 29 U. II., Rot. 56. EverwicbBoira.] 
Two years Uter (81 H. II.) he pays a fine 
of 100/. that his son may be "in the 
King's protection,** ss one of his Demesne 
Clerks {U,, Clei^ in the Office of the 
Crown snd Demesne Lands ; hodie Woods 
and Forests) ; having the year previous 
(30 H. II.) paid 40«. to ba quit of his 
oath (in an assise) relating to William da 
Otringeham, a name which occurs in one 
of tha Swina Charters, now under con- 
sideration : — ** Hugo de Verli reddit 
compotum de C/., ut filius suus sit in 
proiactione Regis siont dominicus clericus 
suus."— [Msf. Rot 81 U. II., Rot. 6a.; 
Kverwichschum.] ** Hugo da Verli, r. a 
da zlii ut sit quietus de saoramento de 
placito tsnsft varsus Willelmum da 
Otringaham: In thasauio libamvit, at 
quietus asf-^CMsg. Rot, 80 H. IL; 
Rot 86; Hsdox. Hist Exch.]. A dinputo 
in tha 6 Richard L between Hugh de 

I 3 



116 CHARTERS OP THE PRIORY OF SWINE IN HOLDERNBSS. 

Saer de Sutton, miles, son of Saer de Sutton, militis, 
gave to the priory and nuns of Swine right of way for their 
servants and cattle from the bridge at Bilton, through the 
meadows and pastures of Sutton to the dyke at Somergangs 
(Somergaraes)y and again through the same pastures and 
marshes as far as Drypool and Southcoates, and generally in 
the marshes of Hull, Sutton, Drypool, and Southcoates (Sud- 
cotes), with other concessions. This grant is attested by 
John de Bilton, miles, Simon de Preston, John de Surdvale 
(Surdevile, Sourdyvale), William de Burstwick and others. 
Assumed as about temp. John, or beginning of Henry IIL 

Another grant of Saer, son of Saer de Suttou, is tested by 
William de St. Quintin, and others, which causes us abo to 
fix the date at about temp. King John, or the commencement 
of Henry IIL 

Saer, son and heir of Saer de Sutton, probably the same, 
grants to the nuns of Swine all the land he held in that part, 
between the close of Amandus de Watthon, and that of Simon 
Scott of Hull, abutting upon the river there ; with free in- 
gress and regress for their men and cattle to the abbey, and 
free from all secular service. Attested by William Con- 
stable, William de St. Quintin, and John de Bilton, knights, 
with others. Probable date same as preceding. 

The same, gives in pure and perpetual alms thirty acres of 
land, with their appurtenances, and common of pasture in 
the marshes of Hull. Witnessed by the same. 

Ralph, son of Stephen de Sutton, confirms to the church 
and nuns of Swine the five acres of meadow which they had 
of the gift of Stephen (his father ?), free from all secular 



Verli And Amandus de SuUon, with 
rsBpect to 60 acres in the marahei of 
Branceholm, tends to identify both with 
these charters, and the Lordship of Sut- 
ton. The pssture of Branceholm appears 
(Lan8d.MS.402, 6 4a) to have been granted, 
some few years later by Saer de Sutton, 
son of the said Amandus, to Walter, 
Archbishop of York, so that the ''duel" 
recorded between them, (according to 
Fleta) for the adjudication of a disputed 
right, resulted apparently in favour of the 
Sutton fsmily. " Hugo de Verli queritur 
quod Amandus de Sutton praxtcoupavit 
60^ acras in mariscis de Bramsholme 
Branceholme), post duellum inter eos 
percussum, etc.** — [Pladta de anno sexto 
Uegis Ricacdi primi ; Bot. 6 ; £bor.*] 



The concluding entry on the Fine Rolls 
of II Hen. III. marks the time of his 
death, vis., forty-four years from the 
first entry, or about seventy-three years 
from the death of King Stephen, about 
which time the Priory of Swine was 
founded by Robert de YerlL 
De testamento ) Rex Viceoomiti 
Hugonis de Verly. ( £bor*,SalutemyCape 
in manum nostram omnia oiitalla que 
fuerunt Hugonis de Verly in balliva tua, 
et postea ea habere facias ezecntoribus 
testamenti ipsius Hugonis ad executionem 
testamenti sui faciendam, salvo nobis 
debito nostro, quod idem Hugo nobis 
debuit T. R. apud Korhampton^ ix die 
Aug. (11 Hen. II.}. 



CHABTEB8 OP THE PBIORY OP 8WINB IN HOLDBRNESS. 117 

service and custom* To the confirmation of this grant 
are the same attestations^ fixing it in the early part of 
Henry III. 

Wimarca (or Wymarc), wife of Stephen, son of Ralph de 
Sutton, grants and quit claims in her lawful widowhood, 
to the nuns of Swine, all the five acres with their appurten- 
ances, which she had at Sutton in right of dower. Tested 
by the same. 

The Sayer de Sutton, termed miles. Lord of Sutton, who 
is the donor in four of these ensuing charters, we assume to 
be the son of Saer, mentioned in Archbishop Gray's Register, 
as having a grant of the advowson of the chapel of Sutton, 
whose father was contemporary with Hugh de Verli [Reg. 
Mag. Album, iii. 94 ; Sur. Soc. v. 56, 201] ; who also gave the 
pasture of Branceholm to Walter, Archbishop of York. 

Omnibus has literas visuris yel audituris, Stefanus filius Petri, filius 
jym, WUlelmi de Sutton, salutem in Domino. Noverit uniYereitas vestra 
me oonoessisse, A dedisse, et hao pnesenti charta niea confirmaBse Deo et 
Ecclesiip SanctaB Manse de Swina & Monialibus ibidem Deo servien- 
tibus, Tidelioet quinque acras prati in pratiB de Suttuna in Howed dailes, 
acilioet illnd pratum quod fuit a Rudulpho filio Keineri de Suttun, et 
tendit a campo de Suttun usque ad pasturam de Sothecotes, in puram et 
perpetuam £leemo6ynam, liberam et quietam ab omni seculari Bervitio 
et ezactione. Hanc donationem feci pro salute animse meao, et anteces- 
aorum et suocessorum meorum ; et £go preedictus Stefanus et hseredes 
met hanc prsBdictam pratam warantizabo, et roantenebo, et defendebo 
contra omnes homines in perpetuum. Hiis testibus, Hugone de Vli, 
Saiero de Suttun, Simone de Seiflig, Alano de Banethorp, Henrico 
Coleman. 

Omnibus ad quos prsesens scriptum pervenerit Sayerus de Sutton 
miles, filius Sayeri de Sutton militis, Salutem in Domino. Noveritts me 
dediase, oonoessisse, et hac pnesenti charta mea confinuasse Deo et 
Kcdesie Sanct«e Mari» de Swyna, et Priorissn et Monialibus ibidem 
Deo serrientibus, in liberam, puram et perpetuam Eleemoeynam, liberam 
Tiam ad carras et carrectas, homines, equos, et ad omnia csetera animalia 
SUA fuganda quandocunque Toluerint, sine impedimento mei vel heredum 
meorum, de ponte de fiilton per medium prati de Sutton, usque ad 
foasatum quod Tocatur Sumergangdike, et per medium illius pastura) 
qoK Tocatur Sumergange, usque ad Dripole et Sotescotes, et ad ber- 
carias suas, in longitudine et latitudine prout sibi melius viderint ex- 
pedire. Concessi etiam prsedictis Priorissa) A Monialibus, ut cum suis 
bominibns equitantibus et euntibus, utantur semita ilia quce se extendi t 
de terra de Sutton usque ad Dripole, per medium prati de Sutton, &, 
de Hul, A de Dripole, sine impedimento mei vel heredum meorum, 
sicui homines de Sutton A de Dripole utuntur. Prater hsec ooncessi 
specialiter prsfatis Priorissn et Monialibus unam seuitam ad lac- 



118 CHARTBBS OF THE PBIORT OF BWINS IK HOLDERKESS. 

tatrioes suas, de terra de Sutton ultra Gatesterte usque ad bercariam 
Martini de Ottringham, sine impedimento mei vel haeredum meorum. 
Prseterea concessi dictis Priorissaa & Monialibus unam semitam a 
Marra de Swyna per medium le Estker' de Sutton usque ad viam qus 
jacet propinqius dauso Thorns de Nintona Tersus orientem in Sutton, 
sine impedimento mei yel bseredum meorum. Concessi nichilominua 
prsBuominatis Ptiorissffi et Monialibus in perpetuum, quod sine lioentia 
et impedimento mei et hroredum meorum, possint cariare bladum et 
fsenum suum de Dripole et de Sutton, ubicunque etiam habuerint in 
feoudo meo bladum vel pratum, quandocunque viderint sibi melius ex- 
pedire, et quod decimas suas ubique in feoudo meo, et in dominico meo 
possint coUigere et cariare, bene et in pace, sine impedimento mei yel 
baeredum meorum, quando Ego vel badredes mei bladum nostrum 
cariaraus, et per eandem viam vel per aliam, si voluerint. Item concessi 
et tactis Sacrosanctis juravi, pro me et beeredibus meis, quod nunquam 
averia prsedictarum Monialium capiemus yel imparcabimus, vel capi 
proourabimus pro transgressione aliqua, nisi pro firma debita tantum. 
£t si dampno bladi vel prati mei, sive in aliquo alio dampno meo inventa 
fuerint, statim sine imparcatione vel detentione aliqua dimittentur, 
vadio dato pro dampno restaurando, et tunc emendabitur per sacra- 
men tum custodis averiorum, vel per visum bonorum et legalium virorum, 
per concessionem utriusque partis ad hoc electorum. Haeo omnia con- 
cessi eis pro salute animas meas et antecessorum meorum, fide media 
iideliter tenenda. Ita videlicet quod quotienscunque Ego vel haeredes 
mei in aliquo contra ea quaa praescripta sunt venerimus, debimus Domino 
Regi, nomine paenae, sexaginta solidos sterlingorum, et insuper praedictis 
PrioriassB et Monialibus de dampnis suis, sine oontradictione aliqua 
satisfaciemus, quantum se dampnificatas averiorum suorum, custodes 
vel alii servientes sui affidaverint. Et ad majorem securitatem con- 
cessionis meae fideliter tenendae secundum formam praesoriptam, volo et 
concedo pro me & heredibus meis, quod Yicecomes Eborum, qui pro 
tempore fuerit, vel Ballivus de Holdem' possit noe, si necesse sit, dis- 
tringere per terras et tenementa, ao omnia bona nostra mobilia et immo- 
bilia, ubicunque inventa fuerint, tam ad dampni dictis Priorissae et 
Monialibus facti satisfactioncm, quam ad paenae, si commissa fuerit, prae- 
stationem. In cujus rei testimonium huic scripto sigillum meum 
apposui : Hiis testibus, D*uo Johanne de Bilton milite, Sjmone de 
Pre8tona,Johannede Surdvale, Will'o deBrustwike,Rogero Dole, Will*o de 
Wjdthona, Roberto de Berthe, et aliis. [Sigillum huic chartas appensum, 
est unciale, rotimdum, const ans ex viridi cera, cum impressione semi- 
lunaD fere circumdantis stellulam, hoc modo o3. Inscriptio: ^ 8. 
8SeBL FIL SSeRI De SY ZZ'] 

Omnibus banc chartam visuris vel audituris, Sajerus filius Sayeri 
de Sutthon Salutem. Noverit universitas vestra me dedisse, conoessisse, 
et hao praesenti oharta mea confirmaisse Deo et ecclesisB beatao Mariae de 
Swyna, et Monialibus ibidem Deo servientibus, in liberam, puram, et 
perpetuam Eleemosynam totam sedem illius bercarias cum pertinentiis, 
quae sita est in ilia cultura quae jacet juxta culturam quae vocatur Hedo- 
netoft in Sutthon, sicut fossatis includitur, habendam et tenendam 

* Kst-Ker (Eaat Carr, near Branceholme Mank). 



CHARTERS OF TH8 PRIORT OF SWINE IN HOLDERNESS. 119 

pnediotis Monialibus, llbere et quietoi bene et ia pace, cum libero exitu 
et libero intruitu, k cum omnibus aliis pertinent iis, libertatibuB, et aj- 
friamentia, infra Tillam et extra, liberam, aolutam, et quietam, ab omni 
secnlari seryitio & demanda. £t Ego Sajerus & hasredes mei warantiza- 
bimua pr»dioti8 Monialibua pnedictum tenementum, sicut preedictum est, 
eootra omnes hominesy A ab omnibus servitiis, oonsuetudinibus, et 
eecularibus exactionibuB adquietabimus et defendemus. In cujus rei 
testimonium huic scripto sigUlum meum apposui : Hiis Testibus^ D'no 
Will'o de Sancto Quintano ; Simone de Presthon ; Roberto de Lesetche ; 
llenrioo de Stutevill ; Rogero de Dol ; Roberto Cooo de Swyna ; Simone 
filio Hugonis ; Uugone filio Agnetis de Cadomo ; Roberto de Stavem 
(Stanem). [Sigillum ipeissimum cum prsecedenti.] 

OmnibuB Christi fidelibus ad quos prsesens scriptum pervenerit, SayeruB 
filiuB et hiereB D'ni Sajeri de Sutthone militis, Salutem in D'no sempi- 
temam. Koverit universitas Testra roe pro salute anim» meas et 
anteceasorum meorum, et successorum meorum, dedisse, concessisse, et 
hac praesenti charta mea confirmasse Deo et ecdesise beat» Mariee de 
Svioa k Monialibus ibidem Deo servientibus, in liberam, puram, et 
perpetuam Eleemosynam, omnes terras et tenementa, sine aliquo 
retenemento, qun habui in campis de Sutthon, jacentia inter clausum 
quod fnit aliquando Amandi de Watthon, et clausum quod fuit aliquando 
SymoniB Scoth apud Hul, in latitudine et in longitudine a pratis de 
Sutthon TersuB oriontem, Bicut se extendunt usque ad filum aquie de 
Hul, ad indudendum et meliorandum quibuscumque modis voluerint, 
cum oommuni pastura ad averia sua post cariationem faani, usque ad 
medium Martium, ubique in terris arabilibus et in pratis, habeuda et 
tenenda omnia prsedicta pranlictis Monialibus et suis succeBSoribus, cum 
liberis introitibus et exttibus, libertatibuB, paBturis, pascuis, et fossatis, k 
cum omnibus pertinentiis suis, et asjamentis, infra villam de Sutthon et 
extra, ad predictas terras et tenementa pertinentibus, adeo libere, solute, 
et quiete, aheque omni sectdari servitio, impedimento, sen demanda, sicut 
aliqua EleemoByna liberius et quietius dari potent seu teneri in per- 
|>etttanL £t I^ preedictus Sajerus, et heeredes mei, omnes praedictas 
terras et tenementa cum suis pertinentiis, sicut preedictum est, proodictis 
Monialibus et sucoessoribus buib contra omnes homines in perpetuum 
waimntisabimuB, et omnibus demandis, consuetudinibus, et servitiis, qu» 
ad terram pertinent, vel aliquo casu pertinere poterunt, adquietabimus et 
defendemus. Et in hujus rei testimonium pnesenti scripto sigillum 
roeom apposui : Hits Testibus, Dominis WiU'o Constabulario ; WilPo 
de Sancto Quintino ; Johanne de Hilton, militibus ; Sjmone de Preston ; 
Thotna de Flinton ; Johanne de Siudevale ; Ricardo de Buton ; Lau- 
rent io fratre ejuadem ; Rogero Dol ; Ricardo Coleman. [Sigillum pro- 
dictum.] 

OmnibuB Cbristi fidelibus ad quoe pnosens Bcriptom perreiierit, 
SajeruB filiuB Sayeri de Sutton, Sisdutem. Noverit uniyersitaB vestra 
roe dediase, ooncessisse et hao pnesenti diarta mea confirmasse Deo et 
ccdesis beaUe Marice de Swina et Monialibus ibidem Deo sorrientibus, 
ia puram et perpetuam EleemoBjnam triginti aoraa terra cum perti- 
oentiiB in Snttona, menBuratas per perticam decem pedum. Scilicet 
oomeB terras et tenementa quso habui, jaoentia, sine ullo retenemento, 



120 CHARTERS OF THE PRIORY OF SWINE IN HOLDERNESS. 

inter clausum quod fiiit aliquando Amandi de Watthon, et clausum quod 
fuit aliquando Sjmonis Soot apud Hul, in latitudine et lougitudine a 
pratis de Sutton versus orientem, sicut se exteudunt usque ad filum 
aqusB de Hul, ad includendum et meliorandum quibuscumque modis 
Yoluerint, cum com muni pasturse averiis suis, per cariationem bladi et 
fseni usque ad medium Martium ubique sine ullo impedimento, tam in 
pratis quam in terris arabilibus, habenda et tenenda prsedictis Monialibus, 
libere et quiete, bene et in pace, cum omnibus pertinentiis, libertatibus, 
et aysiamentis, et cum libero introitu et ezitu infra villam et extra, 
solutas et quietas ab omni seculari servitio et demanda. £t Ego Sayerus 
et hseredes mei igvarantizabimus praedictis Monialibus, preedictum tene- 
mentum cum pertinentiis, sicut preedictum est, contra omnes homines, 
& ab omnibus servitiis, consuetudinibus et demandis adquietabimus et 
defendemus imperpetuum ; et in hujus rei testimonium presento script o 
sigillum meum apposuL Hiis Testibus : Will'o ConstAbulario, Will'o 
de Sancto Quintino, Johanne de Bilton, militibus ; Sjmone de Prestona ; 
Stephano Pasmer ; Johanne de Surdeval ; Ricardo de Buton ; Laurentio 
fratre suo ; Henrico Coleman ; Ricardo fratre suo ; Roberto de Stayeru. 
[Sigillum ut prius.] 

Omnibus hoc scriptum visuris vel audituris, Sajerus filius Sayeri de 
Sutton, Salutem in D*no sempitemam. Noverit uniyersitas yestra me 
pro salute animsa mesB <& antecessorum et successorum meorum, dedisse, 
conoessisse, et hac preesenti charta mea confirmasse in liberam, puram, et 
perpetuum Eleemosjnam Deo et beatae Marine de Swina, et Monialibus 
ibidem Deo seryientibus, yiginti et uuam acram terree et prati in pratis 
de Sutton, quarum decem et octo acree et dimidia jacent in pratis de 
Sutton juxta Hedoncroftes ex parte boreali, prope bercariam dictarum 
Monialium de Swina, inter terram capellee de Sutton ex parte australi, et 
terram AndresB Clerici ex parte boreali in latitudine, et extendunt se in 
lougitudine a comrauni pastura del Sumei^nge, usque ad terram ara- 
bilem yersus le Hul, et duse acres et dimidia jacent in eisdem pratis de 
Suttona in latitudine inter terram meam ex parte boreali, et terram 
Amandi de Fitteling ex parte australi, et extendunt se in longitudine de 
communi pastura del Sumergange, usque ad terram arabilem yersus 
Hul, pro excambio sexdecim acrarum terrae et prati, tribus fallis et 
dimid' minus jacentium in tribus Dailis: YideL in Brime octo acris 
tribus fallis & dimid' minus, et in Stanmaurdajles, quatuor acris et una 
stang, et in Fritholindayl tres acne & dimid', & duodecim fallse, & pro 
remissione et quieta clamatione quinque acrarum prati in pratis de SodUe- 
cotes in perpetuum, quas dictse Moniales prodecimafeeni inde percipere con- 
Bueyerint, t«nend' et habend' praedictaB ecdesiae et Monialibus, et earum 
sucoessoribus cum liberis introitibus et exitibus, & cum omnimoda 
communa, libertatibus, pertinentiis, & asiamentis, adeo libere, integre, et 
quiete, absque omni seryitio, auxilio, consuetudine, secta curiae, et 
demanda seculari, sicut aliqua Eleemosjna liberius et quietius dari 
poterit seu teneri : Ita quod lioeat praedictis Monialibus et earum suc- 
oessoribus praedictam terram quoounque modo yoluerint meliorare, 
faenum falcare et cariare, et uti pastura pro suae arbitrio yoluntatis, sine 
contradictione yel impedimento mei yel haeredum meorum in perpetuum. 
Et Ego Sayerus et haeredes mei totam praedictam terram, pratum, cum 
pastura et suis pertinentiis, contra D'num Regem Angliae, D'num Comitem 



CHARTKRS OF THB PRIOBT OP SWINE IN HOLOERNfiSS. 121 



AIImd MarluB, Rectorem capellae de Sutton, quicunque pro tempore fuerit, 
et oontra omnes homines in perpetuum warantizabimus, defendemus, et 
de omnibus qu» ad terram pertinent, vel quocunque jure vel oasu 
pertinere potenmt, adquietabimus. £t ut hseo mea donatio, concessio, 
h eonfirmatio rata, stabiliB h inconcussa in perpetuum pereeveret, huic 
acripto sigillum meum apposni : Hiia testibus, D*no Will'mo Consta- 
bttlano; D*no Will'o de Sancto Quintino; D'no Godefrido de Melsa; 
D'no Jobanne de Bilton [militibus] ; Boberto de Hiltona ; Waltero de 
Fauoonbeiga ; Symono de Preetona; Jobanne Surdeval; Rogero de 
Dd, h alii& [Sigillum ut prius.] 



Omnibus hoc scnptum visuris Tel audituris, Radulphus filius Stephani 
de Sutthon, Salutem. Noverit universitas vestra me conoessisse, et pr»- 
aenti charts mea confirmasse Deo et eoclesiae beat« Marise de Swina, et 
Monialibus ibidem Deo serrientibus, quinque acras prati cum pertinentiis 
in Suthony quas habent ex dono Stephani de Sutthon, habendas et 
tenendss pnedictis Monialibus in liberam, puram, et perpetuam Elee* 
moejnam cum omnibus pertinentiis, solutam et quietam ab omni seculari 
serritio et demanda, sicut charta quam inde habent de prsedicto Ste- 
phano testatur. £t Ego Radulfbs et hcDredes mei warantizabimus 
prsedictis Monialibus prsodictam terram cum pertinentiis contra omnes 
homines, et ab omnibus servitiis adquietabimus et defendemus in per- 
petuam. £t in hujus rei testimonium huic scripto sigillum meum 
apposui. Hits Testibus : Will'o Constabulario ; WiU*o de Sancto 
Quintino ; Henrico Coleman, k, Ricardo fratre suo ; Ricardo Mares- 
challo ; Alezandro de Witheton ; Simone filio Hugonis ; Hugone filio 
Agnetis. [Sig^lum forma ovi, paulo superans unciam, cum semisse in 
longitndine, latitudine vero unciam : cum hoc inscriptione, & R7[- 
DVLFI FIL CTeFSNI D' SVTT.] 

Omnibus hoc scnptum visuris vel audituris, Wimarc*, quondam uxor 
Stephani filii Radulfi de Suthon, Salutem. Noyerit universitas vestra 
me in viduitate mea propria et ligia potestate, remisisse et quietum 
cUmasse de me in perpetuum, totum jus et damium quod habui, vel 
habere potui in quinque acris prati cum pertinentiis in Sutthon, nomine 
dotis, Deo et Ecdesise beat«e Maries de Swina, et Sanctimonialibus ibidem 
Deo aervientibus, Scil' quas habent ex dono Stephani de Sutthon, k in 
hujus rei testimonium huic scripto sigillum meum apposui. Hiis Tes 
tibus : Will'o Constabulario ; WilPo de Sancto Quintino ; Henrico Cole* 
mail, h Ricardo fratre suo ; Ricardo Mareschallo ; Alexandre de Withon ; 
Roberto filio Alani; Simone filio Hugonis de Swyna; Hugone filio 
Agnetis de eadem ; Roberto de Stounnia. [Sigillum constat ex viridi 
cera, et proportione simili cum priore, et hac inscriptione notatur: 
8. lUTM^^RC VXD STeFSNI D 8VTT.] 

UniTersis sanctie Matris Ecclesin filiis, ad quos preesens scnptum 
perrenerit, Radulfns de Sutton, filius et hares Stephani filii Radulphi de 
Sutton, salutem in D*no sempitemam. Noverit universitas vestra mo 
conoessiase, et pnxasenti charta mea confirmasse, et de me et hseredibus 
meis quietum damasse imperpetunm Deo et Ecclesies beatie Mario) de 
SwtnSy et Monialibus ibidem Deo servientibus et earum suooessoribiis. 



122 CHABTERS OF tTHE PRIORT OF BWINB IK HOLDBRNESS. 

deoem et aeptem acras prati et dimidiam in pratis de Suttotii illas sell' 
quinque acras prati propinquiores le Horsdail versus orientem, et illas 
quatuor acras prati in pratis de Sutton jacentes juxta Stainmar versus 
orientem, et iUas tres acras prati et dimidiam jacentes juxta dailam 
D'ni Saieri de Sutton in Galugaire versus orientem, et illas quinque acras 
prati juxta dailam D'ni Saieri de Sutton versus orientem, in daila quae 
vocata Brime (Brune?), et unam selionem teme arabilis in territorio 
de Sutton, continentam in se tres perticatas terrSB, jacentem inter dailam 
D'ni Saieri de Sutton, et dajlam Rioardi filii Presbjteri de Sutton, quam 
tenet de dicto D'no Saiero, et pasturam ad duos boves vel vaccas, ubique 
in pastura boum de Sutton, et pasturam ad triginta multones in le 
Westelier, et ubique in communi pastura de Sutton, preater en le Saltes, 
et pasturam ad decern boves sen vaccas, ubique in tota communi pastui^ 
de Sutton, et fossuram quatuor carrectarum turbas per annum, & singulis 
annis, habenda et tenenda omnia supradicta prsedictis ecdesis et Moni- 
alibus, et earum successoribus libere et quiete et pacifice, cum omnibus 
pertinentiis, libertatibus, asiamentis infira villam de Sutton et extra, 
reddendo inde annuatim mihi et hseredibus meis duos solidos argent! ad 
quatuor terminos anni, Soil' ad Pascha sex denarios, ad Nativitatem 
Sancti Johannis BaptistsB sex denarios, ad festum Sancti Michaelis Arch- 
angeli sex denarios, & ad festum Sancti Andrese Apo6tx)li sex denarios, 
pro omni servitio, exactione et demanda seculari imperpetuum. £t Ego 
Badulfus et hsei^des mei omnia supradicta cum omnibus pertinentiis 
suis, prsedictis Ecclesise & Monialibus et earum successoribus pro prse- 
dicto servitio annuo, tm' sicut prsedictum est, contra omnes homines et 
fsBminas warantizabimus <bc. In cujus rei testimonium huic scripto 
sigillum meum apposui. Hiis Testibus : D'nis Saeiro de Sutton ; Jo- 
banne de Bilton, militibus ; Roberto de Hilton ; Herberto de Sancto 
Quintino ; Andrea de Sutton derico ; Will'o filio Roberti de Sutton ; 
Ricardo filio Hamonis de eadem; Simone filio Hugonis de Swina; 
Ricardo Mareschallo de eadem ; Roberto Coco de eadem ; Roberto clerico, 
hujus cedulsB notario. [luscriptio sigilli rotundi : 8IGIL : R^DVLFI 
FILII STePSNI D SVTTON.] 

Three other charters follow those of the foregoing Suttons 
to the Priory and Nuns of Swine; viz. two of Galfridus de 
Watthon,^ and another of Sayer, third son and heir of Saer 
de Sutton. There are no dates to any of these grants, but 
they are probably about the same period, from their attesta- 
tions. 

The names of two of the witnesses to some of them are of 
interest That of '' Constable," which, existing till this time 
in the person of " Constable of Burton Constable," first de- 
rived its appellation from the important office of '' Constabu- 
larius ; " whilst that of " St. Quintin " is identi6ed with a still 
existing family of very remote antiquity, from the place of the 

* Watton, near Beyerley. 



CHASTBB8 OF THS PRIOfiT OF 8WINB IK HOIiDBRKESS. 123 

same name in Normandy, the evidences ot which go back to 
a time anterior to the Conquest. 

[Rawl. MS. B. 461, f. 2, 5.] 



Tlie Dodsworth MSS., six in number, quoted by Tanner, 
as further evidences of this House, to which we have alluded, 
are the following ; but we will simply give the heading and 
names of the donors : — 

Carta domini Rob'ti de Hilton militis. 

(22 Ric. XL) Hec iudentura facta apud Brauoeholm A® r. r. Ri'ci xxij^, 
inter RoVtum de Hilton militem ex una parte, et prioriBsam et 
oonTeutum monialium de Swjne ex altera parte, teatatur, ^ 

[Doda. MS. YiL 251^.] 

Carta Johannia filii Amandi de Ruda militia. (32 Edw. I.) Uniyeraia 
Sanctae MarisB eocleaif filiia, hano cartam cyrograffatam viauria 
yel audituria, Joh*ea de Ruda filius D'ni Amandi de Ruda militia, 
Salutem in D'no aempitemam. Noverit univeraitaa veatra, quod, 
Aa [has reference to a controversy between the Prioress and convent of 
Swine andAmandns de RudOy coiuxming land in East Beningholm], 
Tested by Walter de Faukenberg, Robert de Tillioll, Amandua de 
Ruda, John de Sutton,* Simon de Gonaill, John de Faukenberg, 
John de Carleton, knighta ; Robert Constable, Henry de Wyneton 
and otbera. Dated at Swyn, " Anno Dom. M^ccc"><* quarto, an^ 
r. r. Edwardi filii Regia Henrici trioeaimo aecundo." 

Carta Hugonia de Puaac',* eodeaie Eboi' theaaurariL H de Puaao' 

diyina gratia Eboraaoenaia eod'ie theaaurariua, necnon archidia- 

oonua, omnibua Sancte eccleaie filiia, tam preaentibua quam 

futuria, Ac. Salutem [conjirms to the nuns the gift of Hobert dj 

Veriij the founder^ of the church of St. Mary at Swine,] 

Oral aeal pendent to thia charter of confirmation; a male figure robed, 
»ith thia inacription : '* ijhSigillum Hugonia Eboraaceuaia Tbcaau."* 

[Fo. 259.] 

Carta Radnlfi de Amundevilla. 

[Gave lit perpetual alms the mill at I%orp\ 

"• [Fa 304*.] 

* Thh witD«« would appear to be John between the data of the writ and that u( 

«)e SuUon, aamtnooerf to Parliament aa a the charter. 

IWoQ from 34 to S5 Kdw. UL, although * Pudwy, or de Puaeaco. 
ta inch caw there la a diacrepancj 



124 CHARTBBS OF THE PBI0R7 OF 8WI^B IN H0LDEBNES8. 

Carte Jacob! de Mideltona. 

Sciant, Ac., quod ego Jacobus de Mideltona dedi, concessi, et hao. 
presenti carta mea confirmavi Deo et eoclesie de Swina et moaia- 
libuB ibidem Deo servientibuB, pro salute &c., duas boyatas terre in 
Cubtou Kotas • [lying between the land of Adam de EveringJiam 
and the land of John Tothe of Cave,'\ 

[Fo. 330^.] 

[Dods. MS. VII. ; ff. 247, 261, 252, 259, 304, 330.] 



^ 



ON THE DISOOVEBY OF CHIPPED FLINTS BENEATH THE 
PEAT ON THE YOEKSHIEE MOOES, NEAR HALIFAX. 

By JA9. W. DAVIS. V.8.A., P.O.B. 

ExTEKDiHO in a westerly and northerly direction from 
Halifax is a range of hills rising to a height varying from 1000 
to 1400 feet above the sea level. Geologically they are com- 
posed of the hard sandstones with thick interbedded shales of 
the millstone grit series. The slopes of the hills form one side 
of the semicircular basin, in the hollow of which lies the South 
Yoricshire Coalfield. The sandstones, by reason of their 
greater density and hardness, have resisted the varied de- 
nuding agencies to a much greater degree than the shales, 
and the result is that the higher ground is invariably found 
to consist of gritstones, whilst the hill-sides and the val- 
leys are composed of the softer and more easily denuded 
shales. The gritstones form extensive, even plateaux, 
sloping gently towards the centre of the basin, and covered 
with a great thickness of peat, resulting from the decay of 
heather, mosses, and grasses. Formerly the land appears 
to have been covered by extensive forests ; now, however, no 
trees grow on these elevated regions. That they did so at 
some remote period, is proved by the great number of large 
roots and stems which are found beneath and embedded in 
the peat, where it has been dug up or excavated On the 
moors, north-west of Halifax, several large reservoirs have 
been constructed by the Corporation of that town, and 
daring the progress of the works quantities of roots and 
trunks of large trees were exposed, which were generally 
quite black, and after being dried served for fuel The 
peat on the borders of the moors has for many years been 
used by the cottagers and farmers of the district as fuel, 
and whilst cutting it tree-roots are frequently met with. It 
was a common practice of the Romans to burn down the 



126 ON THE DISCOVBRY OP CHIPPED FLINTS 

trees and forests for the purpose of dislodging and conquer- 
ing the inhabitants of the country, and it may be possible that 
the forests on the Yorkshire moors have been burnt down 
for the same reason. It is well known that in the neigh- 
bourhood of Goole, on Hatfield Chase, and other places the 
forests were destroyed by fire, the charred stumps of the 
trees being there found in abundance. It is not known, 
however, whether any of the tree-stems or roots dug up on 
the moors near Halifax presented traces of having been 
burnt, but the ground is often found to have been calcined, 
and masses of charcoal have been picked up after the peat 
has been removed. Many evidences have been found in or 
near the Warley moors of British occupation before the 
advent of the Romans. At Tower Hill the remains of early 
British burial have been exposed, consisting of urns 
measuring from 6 to 14 inches in height, and containing the 
cremated bones of men. The urns are a little less in dia- 
meter than their height, and their upper half is decorated 
with incised markings, simple in character but showing a 
considerable amount of artistic ability in their application.^ 
Other urns and several stone and bronze implements have 
been found in the Warley and adjoining districta On 
Saltonstall Moor, near Sleepy Law, and only a short dis- 
tance from the place where the flint arrow-head has recently 
been found, a barrow was opened by the Rev. John Watson. 
It was below the peat, and covered with thin pieces of shale 
laid regularly, like the tiles of a roof ; the hollow beneath 
contained nothing but charcoal and the burnt remains of a 
body. 

About a year ago, at a distance of a mile and a half in 
an easterly direction, there was found a large urn, which 
contained the remains of more than one human body.^ It 
was discovered in making an extension of the burial ground 
of St. John's Church, above Mixenden, a few yards beyond 
the boundary wall It is 20 inches in height, and 14 inches 
in diameter in its widest part ; the base is very narrow, and 
not being broad enough to support the urn, it was placed 
with the mouth downwards on a slab of stone. The space 
in which it was found was filled with sand. 



^ Two of these are engrayed in " The ' At present exhibited in the Muaeum 

History of Haiifax/' by F. A. Leyland. of the Halifoac PhUoaophical Society. 



OH THE TOBKSHIRE HOOBS, HEAR HALIFAX. 127 

Thus whilst there is abundant eyidence of the presence 
of the Britons, more than one Roman road passed through 
the district a little further to the south, and the Roman 
remains found at Greetland and Slack (Cambodunum) attest 
to their frequent presence along those roads. It is not im- 
probable that the iter or road from Manchester (Man^ 
cunium) to Ilkley (Olicanum), and a second one from the 
first-named place to Aldborough (Isurium), passed over or in 
the immediate vicinity of the Warley and l^ltonstall moors. 
Such being the case, it is easy to suppose that the Britons, 
driven to these mountain districts by the advancing Romans, 
would carry on a gueriUa warfare against their opponents. 
The woods would afford them shelter and, to a considerable 
extent, protection, and the Romans would set fire to the 
trees in order to complete their subjection. The peat varies 
from 5 to 10 or 12 feet in thickness, and beneath the peat 
there is a thin stratum of fine sand or sandy clay, doubtless 
formed by the decomposition of the rocky surface before the 
deposition of the peat began. It is in this sand that the flint 
chips and flakes, with an occasional arrow-head or other 
worked implement, are found. They have been found in 
considerable abundance on Warley and Saltonstall Moors, 
and along Cold Edge ; in fact, wherever the opportunity 
for prosecuting a search has occurred the flints have always 
appeared in varying quantities. 

On the edge of Saltonstall Moor, near Green Edge Farm, 
the peat has been taken away for fuel, and the sand above 
the rock is left exposed over an area of some hundreds of 
yards, and on this surface many fragments of flints have been 
found. The rainwater gradually removes or displaces the 
sand, and at the same time exposes the flints which lie 
buried in it A beautiful little arrow-head was found at this 
place by Mr. James Binns, to whom the writer is indebted 
for much information respecting the occurrence and distri- 
bution of the flints. Specimens have been found at Fly in 
baring the rock for quarrying. This place is more than 
1400 feet above the sea level, and is the highest part of 
the district On the opposite side of the hills, near Haworth 
parish, a number of similar flakes and chips have also been 
discovered. At Fly flats, in one instance, a large number of 
fragments were discovered aggregated together round a 
central point ; two or three cores were found, and hundreds 



128 ON THE DISCOVERY OF CHIPPED PUNTS NEAR HALIFAX. 

of pieces ^hich bad been struck off. It would appear 
tbat the makers of these implements brought the material 
from a distance, probably from the chalk wolds of the East 
Riding, and made their weapons on the moors where they 
are now found. It may be inferred, from the great rarity 
of such elaborately finished weapons as the arrow-head 
already referred to, that the people who made them were 
content to use a sharp-pointed flint-chip, without giving in 
many instances the greater care and skill necessary for the 
production of the highly finished celt 

Jas. W. Davis. 



"ROTULI OOLLECTORUM 8UB8IDII REQI A LAICI8 
ANNO 8E0UN0O OONOE88I IN WE8TRYTHYNG0 
IN COMITATU EBORAOI." 



« COLLECTORES WESTRYTHYNQL* 

(oojrnMUKD rsoM p. 44.) 



(Hembnne 27, column 1.) 
WAPENTAGIUM DE BARKESTON*. 



ESTHATBEUAT.^ 

JobiBMt d« ffeltofi, Chiualer 
JoluMiiMi Wataofl AlbrecU vf 
Johannes Svrayne M*tUdA va 
OUbetius Wower k viC 
JohuinM del Pole & ▼z"' . 
J<^aDnee Hudeon & vf 
Rieerdoe Swayne It tx' . 
Willelmus de Heueneair k vi" 
RiouduA Wryght k vx* . 
WiUelmua IboUofi k tx" . 
TboDua Walkoo k ^x" • 
WtUelmui Wdcok' ^ Tx- . 
Rienrdna Scoiteft vx" . 
Robertua ffox' krf , 
WiUelmua Lembe k tx* . 
Robertua Balcok' k tT 
Johnonea Chaumberlayn k rx 
Robertua Abbot k rf . 
Johnonea ffbx 
Johumea Gardiner 
Cecilia Waitle . 
Robertua Preetotafi 

filiuB Ricardi 

filia WiUelmi 
Crietiatta Lamberd' 

de Selby 
Summa — zxviij.t. iiij.(i. 



Btrxr.' 

WiUelmua Thomsoft k vx" 
Johaonea Coke ft tx" 
WiUelmua Takmr ft rf 
WtUebnua fforeatar* k vx" 
J^Aannea Hopaoort* ft tx" 
Jehannea ThomaaaoA ft tjT 
Thomae Bakeete r ft tx" 
Hqgo Trewlol ft tx" 



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Rogenia Magioli ft tx" 
Nioholaus Roper ft yx" . 
WiUelmua Huesoti ft ▼x'* 
Willelmus Robertaoft ft vx" 
Thomaa Howmfra ft wx" 
Johannea Hawaofl ft tx* . 
Robertua Dawsofi ft tx" 
Thomaa de Thomour ft tx" 
Robertua Smyth ft tx" 
Thomaa filiua Johannia ft tx 
Thomaa filiua laabelle ft tx" 
Willeboaua de Braycewell' ft tx 
Robertua Snaw ft vf 
Johnnnea Milner ft tx" 
Thomaa Barker ft tx" 
Thomaa Couper ft Tif . 
Hugo Ryche ft tiT . 
Johannea Baay ft tx" . 
Johannea Talour ft tx" . 
Johannea Teler ft t^ . 
Thomaa del Wro ft tx" . 
WiUelmua Dyconaofi ft vx" 
Johannea Wataoh ft tx" . 
WiUelmua fiUua Jobannia ft vx" 
Robertua Theker ft vx" 
Johannea fiUua Alicie ft tx" 
WiUelmua in ye Wro . 
Johannea Kelaoh 
W^iUelmua filiua J<»hanDi« 
WUlelmua de Drax 
WiUelmua Hawaofi 
Johannea Snaw 
WUlelmua aeruiena Thorue 
iMbelU relioU WiUelmi . 
Johannea filiua Johsnnia 
Rafgareta fforeater . 
Johanna Talour . 
Matilda Noraa 
WUlelmua Molot 
Emma Hawdoghter • 
Alicia relicta Thome . 



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• I,e. Bum. 



130 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB BAKKESTON . 



JohannoB filius Willelmi . . liiyd. 

Willelmus Smyth . . . iiij.ei. 

Agnes seruieiiB Willelmi . . iiij.e2. 

Agne« Snaw .... mj.d. 
Summa — zvij.5. viij.i2. 

Qayteford'. 



Thomas de Qaytford* k vf , At- 
torne vj.«. 

Johannes filius Robert! Lascy, 
Marchaunt .... 

Johannes filius Thome Lasoy, 
Afarchaunt ... . . 

Johann^ Lascy, Lyster, 

Jacobus de Bur8taII^ BarheTf . . 

RobertuB Carter kvx , 

Jenyn de ffraunce & vx . . 

Johannes Webster senior & vx" . 

Johannes Webster junior, Textor 

Johannes Birde & yx . 

Ricardus de firystoti & vx" . . 

Thomas Milner & vx~ . 

Hugo filius Beatricis k vx"* . . 

Adam Ryche k vx"" 

Adam Stany k tx~ . . . 

Alanus Carter & viT . 

(Membrane 27, column 2.) 



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Willelmus Couper & vx . . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes Smyth k v£' . iii].d. 

Robertus Thomsofi k tx" . . iiij.^. 

Willelmus Schephird' k rx . iiij.d. 
Willelmas filius Johannis k vx"* 

ejus, Carpenter . . . yj.<2. 

Hugo del Hirst' k vx" . iiij.d 

Robsrtus Pocok' k vx . . . myd. 

Willelmus Coke k vx" . . iiij.e^. 

Johannes Crepyn k vx . . . iiij.c?. 

Johannes de Bracebryg', Faber . vj.cf. 

Robertus filius Johannis k vx" . iiij.<2. 

Willelmus del Werke k vx* . iiij.<£. 

Johannes Whytlay k yx . . ui].d. 

Willelmus Schephird & vx" . iuj.d. 

Johannes Hudsoii k viC . . . iiiyd. 

Willelmus de Burtoh k yx" iiij.e^. 

Hugo Burdens k yx . . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes Webster senior . . mj.d. 

Johannes filius Hugonis . . . uij.d. 

Georgius de Birstall' . . mj.d. 
Alicia qu(e) fuit yx* Willelmi 

Lunde iiijul. 

Alicia filia Hugonis . . . iiij.d, 

Adam filius Alani . . . . iiij.<f. 

Johannes filius Alani . . . uij.d, 

Johanna filia Willelmi . . iiij.e2. 

Emma filia Willelmi . . . iii^.d. 

Oliua relicta Ade Thomsofi . • iii^.d. 

Johanna filia Oliue . . . iiij.<2. 



Thomas de Suttoli . 


. iii].a. 


Mnrgareta de fifery 


iiij.rf. 


Alicia Masofi 


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lllj^ 


Emma de Burtofi 


, iiij.rf. 


Willelmus filius Johannis . . 


uij.a. 


Alicia Hykyn . . . . 


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ilij.a. 


Agnes Boteler . . . 


• • • • _• 


Elisabet filia Willelmi 


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. 111,1 .a. 


Agnes relicta Johannis . . . 


m % » • M 

. uij.d. 


Amida de Hirst* . . . . 


• • ■ • V 

. iiij.a. 


Agnes de Tankirlay 


. iiij.rfL 


Juliana de Hatekay . 


• • • • • 

. iuj.rf. 


Johanna de BoltoA . . . . 


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. iiij.a. 


Amicia relicta Johannis Bate 


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Johannes filius Amicie . . . 


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Willelmus filius Johannis 


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Agnes Squier 


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Robertus Squier • . . . 


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Agnes ffyssher 


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Johannes filius W^illelmi, Cisaor . 


vj.d. 


Thomas filius Johannis Hudsofl . 


iiij.d. 


Nicholaus filius dicti Johannis 


a • • • m 

. luj.a. 


Johannes filius Hugonis . . . 


iiij.e{. 


Summa— xxxYJ J. iiy.<i. 




Brkttoit'. 





Johannes de Marrays k yx% | dimid. 
firankliiA, . . ^ marc. 

Thomas Chapmafi k vx'^ . . iiij.<f. 

Willelmus del Grene k yx* . u\}.d. 

Henricus Lascymafi & yiT . . i\i^.d. 

Henricus at ye Welle k Yx~ . in}.d, 

Johannes de Bullay k yx" . . iiij^. 

Johannes Mawher k Yf . iiij.<£. 

Johannes Blakeburfi k yx" . . iiixui, 

Robertus Dyonysmafi k yx ui^.d. 

Thomas Hunter k yx" . . ii^.<£. 

Robertus Wryght & YX* . . uij.d. 

Dionisius del Pole k yx" . . m^.d. 

Johannes firancemau & Yf" . . iiij.c2. 

Willelmus Chapmafi . . . ii^.(i. 

Johannes at ye Welle . . iiij.(2. 

Alicia Blome .... iiij.e2. 

Alicia Talour uij.d, 

Alicia Blome senior . . . iiij.<f. 

Maigeria Sponer . . . . iiij./f. 

Anabella Raulyn .... mj.d, 

Johannes Robynsoft . . . m\,d. 

Johannes del Pole . . ui}.d. 

Summa— xi^.f. Yiy.(2. 



Hamtltox*." 

Ricardus de G oldall' k y£. Carpenter Yj .d. 
WilleLnus Bcnde & YX* . . . iiij.e2. 
Thom 18 de Bcmeslay &; Yf . . iiij d. 
Thom IS Milner & YX* . . . iij.r^. 
Johannes Emson & yx . . inj.d. 



' /.f. Hambleton. 



WAPPENTAOIUH DR BARKESTON*. 



131 



RiofdoB Spyrad* A tz^ . 
JohftiiDM Blajre k vx" 
Robcrtua Salmaft ft yx"^ . 
Jchannm Spinnl* ft yjT 
JohaiiBet Lmjtyng ft tx^ 
WilJeliniu Byrne ft y£" 
JohAoaan JaJLaoft ft vjC . 
Robertttt flbrwtor ft vz" 
fiieardui Vodyrwode ft vz" 
Adaa BuiM ft yjC 
WiUelmtu d«l HiU' ft rx" 
JhotDMB Bew ft TZ~ 
Johiniw Smyth ft tz*" . 
JohuiDc* Barker ft vf* 
WUIelmtts Talour ft v£- , 
WiUelmuA de Bayldoft ft yz^ 
Robertoa de Hewlwod' ft vz 
WillehDua at ye Kyrkehend* ft vz' 
Johaimes Roper ft vz" . 
Johaonea Warde ft vz' 
^ tUelmtu fforeater ft rx" 
Pctnia at ye HaU* ft rT . 



(Membraae 27, oolunm S.) 



Johaaoea Sponer ft t^ 
Jehaonea de Wiltob ft vz 
Robertoa Alook' ft y^ . 
Heoricua Morter ft vz*^ . 
Johannea Sponer ft tz" 
Johannea Bew ft tjT 
Thomaa Salmab ft yiT 
Thomaa Webater ft vz* . 
WiUelava Jooaob ft v^ 
Thomaa fforeiter ft v^ . 
WiUelmua del UaUe ft vz" 
Jobannee Noblea ft vx"^ . 
liTiUelmiia ToweU' ft vz^ 
Willelmiia filiua Ade ft vz"^ 
Johannea Raodolf ft v^ 
Qalfridoa de 8p«»fotd* ft vx* 
Johannea Wefaeter ft vz" 
Johannea Vndirwode ft v:f 
8tephaaiia Latymer ft vx" 
RicaHoa de GoldaU* ft vC 
Johannea Bonde . 
ICafgarrta liok' 
Johannea Storour 
WiUelmua Medf.iUDt« 
Johanna Kempe . 
MargareU Wryght* . 
MamreU Colbrand* . 
Cecuia Schyllyng . 
Mafgafvta Spooer 
Raeardoa PotterUy . 
Johannea Huelyn 
Alanoa Boode 
Alicia de B«irtoft . 
Acnea de Nabaift . 
Johannea Vndirwode . 
Afinea Vndirwode . 
Varsareta de l^antoA . 
laaboOa Prynoe 



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WiUelmus Webster . 
Alicia Smyth .... 
Thomas Malster . 

Summa— zzij.f. z.«2L 



Carleton' 

Willelmus Crease ft vif 
Heorious Chapman ft viT 
Johannes Crease ft vif . 
Willelmus Dey ft vx"* . 
Willelmus Bakester ft vjf 
Jobannes Mawer ft vjC . 
Thomaa Newsom* ft vz*" 
Johannes Dey ft yjC 
Ricardus Amald' ft Yf 
Heoricus Dobbe ft vx*^ 
Willelmus Dobbe ft vz~ 
Willelmus Qerford' ft vz" 
Willelmus Broxton ft vz" 
Johannes Dey ft vzT 
Willelmus Qyllow ft rf 
Rogerus Bradefote ft viT . 
Johannes Topclyf ft vjT 
Johannes Westryn ft vx" 
Johannes Bene ft vx" . 
Willelmus Rychard' ft vx" 
Thomas Kyder ft vx" 
Willelmus Schaklok' ft vx" 
Henricus Wertelay ft vx" 
Johannes Nuttebroune ft vx^ 
Willelmus Uogger ft viT 
Jobannes in ye Lyen ft vx 
Johannes Hsrdyng* ft vx 
Thomas in ye Lyen ft jx 
Bicardus in ye Lyen ft viT 
Thomaa Alius Ricardi ft vx" 
Jobannes Persoh ft vjT 
Johannes Bradhirst ft tT 
Thomas Boyea ft vx" . 
Thomas Uwdyng* ft vx" . 
Willelmus Tott ft vx" . 
Johannes Milner ft vz" . 
WiUelmus Picaid' ft vz" 
Johannea Haidyng' ft vz" 
Johannes de Kendall' ft vx" 
Johannes Harsschall' ft yiT 
Hugo del Welle ft v^ . 
Willelmus in ye Lyne ft vx" 
Alanua Webster ft vx" . 
Robertus Hirde ft vz' 
Joh.'uines Marchaund* ft vx' 
Jobannes de le Law ft vz" 
Jobannes Bonde ft vif . 
Johannes Cuthbrid ft vz" 
Johannes Effniyde ft vjT 
Thomaa Burraa ft riC 
Johannes de Popiltofi ft v^ 
Rogeriis Bate ft vx" 
Jobannes 61ius Gilbertt ft vx" 
Thomas Cyasoh ft vi* . 
Adam Smyth ft vf* . 
Johannes de Craueft ft v^ 



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132 



WAPPENTAGIUM DB BABKESTOK. 



Willelmus Walur & vf" 
WillelmusWyntertofi & vx 
Johaones del Nease ft vx . 
Thomas Nuttebroune & ▼x'* 
JohnDDes Ory£^n k vx* 
Willelmus Lascy & vx" . 



(Membrane 28, column 1 .) 



Johannes Lascy k y^ . 
Johannes Jaksoli & vx~ . 
'Willelmus Chapman & vx 
Willelmus £frer ft vx* 
Johannes Emsoft ft vf 
Johannes del Cotes ft vx" 
Willelmus Walur ft tx 
Robertus ffbrester ft vx*^ . 
Willelmus filius Johannis ft vx" 
Willelmus Charite ft vx"^ 
Johannes Enaresburg' ft tx' 
Rogerus filius Thome ft tx*^ 
Johannes Madur ft viT 
Johannes Belle ft vsT 
Ricardus del Law ft vx~ 
Rioardus Talour ft y^ 
Willelmus Vtmafi ft vx"* 
Johannes Westmerland' ft tx" 
Robertus Couper ft vx** 
Adam Webster ft vx 
Willelmus del Byne ft vx* 
Johannes filius Ricardi ft vx~ 
Johannes MUner ft vx" 
Willelmus del Law ft vx" 
Thomas Rose ft ri^ 
Robertus Holme ft vx^ 
Rioardus Ryghtwayt ft vx* 
Johannes Camaby ft vx* . 
Rioardus Broune ft vx*" 
Willelmus del Cotes ft vx 
Johannes Sawder ft vx"* 
Willelmus Sawder ft vx" . 
Rioardus Bakester ft vx" 
Ricardus de Crauefi ft vx" 
Thomas Otlknafe ft vf" 
Hargareta Melrose . 
Margareta Warde 
Margareta Kydder . 
Margareta Pogge . 
Agnes Syluestr' 
Matilda del HiU' . 
Willelmus SUuestr" . 
Margeria del Sayll' 
Margareta del Water 
Thomas filius WiUelmi 
Alicia filia Johannis 
Agnes filia Johannis . 
Johannes del Lyen . 
Adam Totte 
Agnes Hardyng 
Agnes filia Thome 
Johannes filius Johannis . 
Elena filia Johannis 
Willelmna de LeuirtoA . 
A^uea del Lyen . • 



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Johannes Brandaft . . iiij.<f* 

Robertus filius WiUelmi . . uiyd, 

Af^nes filia Willehni . . . n}yd. 

Johanna filia WiUelmi . . . in^-d, 

Johannes Marschalsolk . . n\}.d. 

Enota Walur iiij-rf- 

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Johannes Marlebare . . . }}}i'^' 

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Agnes Bate IHJ'^* 

Johannes Coke . . . • ]i\\-*^' 

Ricardus Birds . . • • iiij^> 

Isabella Bridde .... iiij.<2. 

Alicia Ualdegate . . . . jjfj-^* 

Johannes Smythmafi . . iujul. 

Isabella Dey iiij-<^. 

Thomas Jonsofk .... iiij.rf. 

WiUebnus Jonaoft . . . . inyd. 

MatUda BuUok .... myd, 

Thomas filius Rogeri . . . ifU-^- 

Mai^gareta Marchaund . . ii^jd. 

Johannes Willamsofi . . . uij.d, 

Agnes Yrneir .... nijd. 

A^nes Mabler V.^J/^' 

AUcia del N esse . . . . iiij^j. 

Symon Tredhard* . . . . iiij-rf. 

Johannes de Braytofi . . . iiij.<i. 

Agnes de Bray ton . . . . iiijVI. 

Agnes Dey iiij-cf. 

Cecilia Leuebame . . . iiij.<f. 

Johanna Walwy .... iiij-cf. 

Johannes Knaresburgsoli . . iiij.(2. 

Ricardus KnarsburghsoA . m\.d. 

Ricardus Sawndirsoli . . . iiij.t'. 

Johannes Webster . iiij.<f. 

Margareta filia Johannis . . . iuj.d. 

Alicia filia Rogeri . . , liiyd. 

Alicia Smere j!!*!*^' 

Agnes Barburgh* .... ^\-d- 

Margareta del Law . . . . iiij.ef. 

WUlelmus Blius Rogeri . . ui^.d, 

WUlelmus Burre ... ui^.d, 

Johanna filia WiUelmi . . iii^.d, 

Willelmus Pulter .... iiij.rf. 

Elena Belle iiij.fi. 

Alicia de Kelyngtofl . . . iiij.<i. 

Rogerus fiUus Johannis . . iiiyd. 

Ricardus filius Johannis . . . iiij.<2. 

Johannes seruiens Thome . iiij.<i. 

Agnes Walur uij.«^. 

(Membrane 28, column 2.) 

Johannes fiUus Thome . . iiij.(i. 

Thomas filius WiUelmi . . . m\.d, 

Agnes reUcta WUlelmi . . iiij.(£. 

Johannes fiUus Hicardi . . . iiy.(f. 

Cristiana Sawndir . . ii^.^. 

Ricardus filius Johannis . . . iu'yd, 

Alicia filia Henrici . . iiij.<i. 

Johannes filius Johannis . . . iiiyd, 

Cecilia filia Johannis . . iiij.ii. 

Summa — Ux.i. iiij.d!. 



WAPPBNTAOIUM DE BARKESTON . 



183 



Saxton'. 

WUlelmvi d« Sallay, ffranklayii 

Roberdii Ryvytl't/mi^r . 
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JohftDiMB fiUus MaiiMe & rx" 
WUlelmua Walmafi k vx~ 
Jobansea Heailwoda k vx^ 
Thomaa Swyft' k rx 
Kicardua PreatesoA k vi" 
Johannea filioa Thome k tx 
Robertua Smyth k tiC . 
JIagiatar Johanoaa k v± 
JoluoDca de Brerlay k tx' 
Johanoea Brabafl ft tx^ 
Thomaa Goale k vx^ 
Johaooea Milner k ttC 
Thomaa Scliirwode k rf 
Juhaonea Smyth k rx" 
K«)bertua BerUot k tx". 
Hugo Tracy k rx* . 
Johannea Sekker ft tjT. 
Johuinca Wataoft ft ▼x'^ 
J«>haonea Lamberd* ft tx^ 
Tbomaa Geivd* ft vx*^ 
hrmofk SalUymah 
Eimade Lede. 
Cu^tuicia ffoxolea 
Petma aertiiena Johannia 
Agnea filia Margerie 
AfTiea Mafloft . 
Alicia de QattoA . 
Matilda aeruiena Johannia 
JCatildA Tyaa 
Ai;;nea Saatcr . 
Jubanna Raynald . 
Agnee filia Roberti . 
Criatiana Webster 
Johannea Brmbanmaft 
MatildA Ormunto . 
Ceeta Tracy 
Beatrix famula Roberti 
Jobannee Wodhooae 
Laurmeiua ftliua Jacobi 

8amma — xxij^ 



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Johannea Turpyn ft tx" 
Rageraa del C<>te ft tx" . 
Willelmna Qodeth ft tx" 
Badnlfna de EoopT ft tx" . 
WiUelmuB Oayle ft tx". 
Wdlelmoa de Methele ft tx" 
BadttlfoB Talour ft TXT . 
Johannea del Oayle ft tx" 
Rieardoa DimesoA ft tx" 
WiUelmua Milner ft tx" . 
Johannea Btyfne ft tx" . 
Ricaardita Talour ft tx . ^ 
Johannea ftliut Ricardi ft tx" 



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Adam Carter ft tjT 
Johannes filius Thome ft tx" 
Johannes filius Willelmi ft vx 
Johannea del Bek' ft tx" 
WiUelmua Tumour ft tx" 
Adam Koo ft tx" . 
Thomaa Talour ft tx" 
Robertas MegsoA ft tx" 
Amulphus ft tx" 
Johannes del Kychyn ft tx" . 
Ricardus Abbot ftTx" 
Robertas Spyer ft tx" . 
Johannea Wilsofi ft tx* . 
Henricus Belnaa ft Ti" . 
Ricardus Belnaa & tx" 
Robertus de Midiltoft ft tx* . 
Johannes de MorlaT ft tx" 
Margareta de Kcop 
Agnes del Oaylle . 
WiUelmua flysher. 
WiUelmua aeruiena Roberti 
Margareta fi^sher. 
Robertus Pano&mafi 
Willelmus Belnaa^ 
Cecilia seruiens Henrici . 
Margeria de Morlay 
MatUda filia Henrici 

Summa — xix.f. viij.c^ 



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Stephanus de Towtofi ft tx". 
Willelmus Alkebray ft tx" 
Robertus de QrenehiU* ft tx* 
Johannes de QrenehiU* ft tx" 
Hobertua Wylcok' ft tx" 
Willelmus del Halle ft " 
Henricus Joly ft tx" 



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WUlelmoa Smyth ft tx" . 
Robertas Talour ft vjT 
WUlelmus filius Ade ft tx* 
Johannes Alius Rogeri ft tx' 
Thomaa del Banke ft tx" 
Johannes Whitte ft yx". 
Kicardua del IliU* ft t^ 
Adam de Haltob ft tx" . 
Johannea Stoute ft tx" 
Gilbert us Chapmah ft tx' 
Hugo filiua Ade ft tx" 
Adam HuUe ft tx" 
Thomas Sroalcher ft tl 
Johannes de Haltoh ft tiT 
Johannes Cynsotsoh ft tx" 
Johannes del Halle ft t^ 
Johannes Talour ft tx" • 



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WAPPENTAGIUM DE BARKESTON . 



Johannes Walsemaft & viT 
Alicia del Orene 
Biota de I^keryng' 
Agnes Smyth . 
Cecilia Carter 
Henricus WryghtmaA 
Matilda Walker . 
Alicia Gibmaydeft . 
Isabella Magdoghter 
Alicia del Halle 
Magota del Halle . 
Johannes del Halle . 
Alicia filia Rieardi 
Adam Wilcok\ 
Thomas WylkynsoA 
Agnes Dauewyfe 
Thomas HuU' 

Sttmma — xiiij^. iuj.d. 



Cltfford'. 

Kobertns Maklayk & vx" . 
Alonus Coaper & yx . 
Robertus Crosek' & vx* . 
Johannes del Grene & vx*^ 
Willelmus Rybstane k yiT 
Johannes Milner & tjC , 
Willeimns Grenehude k y:C 
Willelmus de Crauefi k riC 
Symofi del West' k vx . 
Ricardus Smyth k nT . 
Robertus Knaplow k vx"* . 
Ricardus Scotte k rx . 
Johannes de Bank k vx" . 
Johannes de Grene k y^ 
Robertus Hopper k vf* . 
Helias Maklayk k viT . 
Willelmus Herue k vx"' . 
Johannes de Toddehow k yjC" 
Willelmus filius Johannis k \:l 
GalfriduB Rose k tsT 
Willelmus Milner k vx" 
Willelmus ffox k v^" 
Rogerus Maklayk k yx 
Johannes ffox . 
Henricus Toddehow 
Willelmus Bargh . 
Elisabet Talour . 
Agnes Hoppermaydeft 
Johannes seruiens JohaniuB 
Alicia filia Rieardi . 
Matilda de Crauefi 
Alicia de Grene 
Robertus de Grene 
Magota de Merstoh . 
Willelmus Bradefote . 
Agnes Wryght. 
Elena Schawseby . 

Siunma — xij.«. iiij 



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TxT . . . . 
Galfridus Barker k tx . 
Johannes Towre k yiT . 
Willelmus Byrkyne k yx" 
Robertus Burdeclener k vx 
Robertus Dy k yx . 
Thomas Waldyng' k yx 
Johannes Waldyng' k yx 
Willelmus de Towtoft k yx 
Ricardus Parkehur k, tiT. 
Johannes Talour k yx. 
Johannes de ffentofi k yx 
Willelmus Lyawer k. y:^ 
Henricus Clerk k yx" 
Robertus Wryght k yx" 
Thomas Schephird' k yx, 
Thomas Avbra k vi" . 
Ricardus Hermer k yiT . 
Ricardus Megsofl k TiT 
Willelmus Gybsofi k yx . 
Johannes Sclater k yjT. 
Thomas Schephird* k yx 
Johannes Megson k yx" 
Johannes del Hill' k yjT . 
Willelmus Barker k yx 
Thomas Rode &; ▼x*'. 
Johannes Hulle k yiC . 
Robertus Dobsoii k yx . 
Johannes Vesey k vif . 
Johannes Leper k tx"^ 
Robertus Andrew k yx" 
Johannes Waldyng* & vx" 
Rogems Brouneflete k yx 
Johannes Benesoe k yx . 



(Membrane 29, colunm 1.) 



Hugo Berker k yx 
Willelmus Marschall' k yx" 
Thomas DudemaA k yx" 
Ricardus Broune k yx" . 
Johannes de Cruke k yx 
Johannes Brake k yx" 
Willelmus Dykmafi & vx*^ 
Johannes Bryafi k vx" . 
Robertus Hull' & vx . ^ 
Johannes de Berlay k yx 
Willelmus Beneste k yx 
Johannes Waldyng' k yx 
Robertus de Durem k vx"" 
Johannes Tawre k yx" 
Henricus Malynsoft k yjC 
Johannes Dudemafi k vf 



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WAPPENTAOIUU DE BABKESIOil'. 



135 



Robertus Mure & tx* . 
Johannm de }i^miktC % t^T 

BicarduA fforestor ft vx* 
Kicardua ffysher ft yC 
Bicvdus Uawel ft tC 
Roberiua ffremaft ft tC 
Robertas Bryan ft vx* 
Roberiua Qraani ft tx^ 
Thomaa Wylkaoft ft tx" 
Thomaa Tawre ft tx"^ 
Henricua Oyliolt ft v^ 
Kobertiia Potter ft vx" 
Ricardut Berlaymaft 
JobaniMB Tawre . 
Robertua Tawro 
Agnee Byrkyn 
Tfaomat Giblot 
MaUlda Oiblot . 
Henricua de ffentob 
Johannes Schefihird' 
Agaee Rawya . 
Cuataneia Uobkeme 
Juliana Sperk . 
Jobaanea de Towtoft 
AgneaHuU' . 
Alicia Uybeoft 
Alicia de Carletoft 
Thomaa de Carletoft 
WiUelmua Broune 
Alicia Hudbarae . 
Thomae filiui Alicia 
Alida filia Agnetia 
Alicia ffurester 
EluCa Brjaa 
Rmma Graunt' 
Kmnia Barker 
Thomaa Orauni 
Rieardue Dudemail 
Johannes Wylksoft 
Robertus Beneioe 

Summa — xxxiiij.«. i..d. 



SnroN*. 

Jvhaanea de SuttoA, CiMiTt ft tC 
fiiephanua Morlaytnafl ft vx* 
Johannes Schokelegh' ft tx" 
Johannea Smyth ft rx" 
Waltenia del Stone ft ▼£ 
Thomaa Adamson ft vx" 
Thomaa ffullour ft tx** 
Johannes Htrde ft vx . 
WiUelmus Denmore ft tx"^ 
Adam Derbogh ft W . 
Ricaidua le Bsme'ft tx*' • 
Johannes Isot ft viT 
Johannes de Kyrleby ft tx* 
Hugo del Halle ft vx* . 



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Ricardus de Bygyng' ft vx** . 
Johannes filiui Ade ft vjT 
Cecilia Belew 
Katerina Crowder . 
Maiigareta filia Johannis 
Alicia de Brettoft 
Thomas de Burton 
Johanna filia Thome 
Hargareta Dennour 
Hargareta laod 
Thomas Alius Ade 
Johanna de Cowyk 

Summa — ix.«. ij-d. 



Stottow*. 

WiUelmus Custesofi ft tjT 
Johannes Wynter ft tx^ . 
Johannes de Stuttofi ft yi 
WUIelmus de Helperby ft tx* 
Robertus Guditson ft vx* 
Robertus fiUus Stephani ft tx^ 
WiUelmus MarahaU* ft tx" 
Adam Lylle ft vx* . . 
Ricardus Lylle ft vx"^ . 
Johannes Mason ft rif 
Adam Clerk* ft vx" . 
Johannes Clerk' ft vx* . 
WiUelmus Baker ft vx" 



(Membrane 29, column 2.) 



Johannes Watson ft vx* . 
Robertus Wynter ft vrf" , 
Robertus Masofi ft vx** . 
Johannes ffysher ft v^ . 
Johannes Schepbird' ft t£ 
Robertus Masoh ft vx" . 
Hugo Carter ft vx" . 
WiUelmus Way we about ft v^ 
Johannes de Homyngtoft ft vx 
WiUelmus May ft vx" . 
Robertus Rotour ft vx" . 
Hugo WUUamsoft . . 
Johannes Lylle . • 
Robertus Milner . • . 
Agnes MasoA 
AUcia seruiens Johannis 

Summa— ixx vig.c/. 



Barlat.* 

Ricardua Basy, Drapow, ft nt 
Heoricus Jaksob ft vx" 
Stephanus Leuet ft vx . 
Johannes Vtreth ft vx" 



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136 



WAPPEKTAOIUM DE BABKBSTON . 



Willclmni Testard* & tz 
Johannes filius Johannis & vx* 
Bicardua ffox & yiT. 
Johannes filiua Henrioi & vx* 
Johannes de Euensall' & vx* 
WillelmuB Smyth k vx" . 
Willehnua Pyper & tx* 
Johannes Gardiner & yiC 
Kicardus Smyth & vx** 
Johannes Waae 9l vx 
Johannes Smyth & vx** 
Ricardus Couper k vx" . 
Johannes Trwpage k vx*" 
Willelmiu ffirer & v^ 
Willelmus de Qarthorp' & vx' 
Thomas Talour & v^ 
Thomas Swanne k vjC 
Ricardus Pyper k vx** 
Johannes Swayne k v^* 
Thomas Milner k ^rx 
Willelmus Coke k yx 
Johannes Bakester k yiC 
Johannes Daun'ce (?) k viT 
Johannes Teatard k vjf . 
Petrus Wysmafk k v^ 
Willelmus PriourmaSi k vjf 
Johannes Wthreth k vjT 
Johannes ffox k yx 
Johannes Walker k nC 
Johanna filia Johannis Henris 
Agnes filia Johannis 
Ricardus filius Henrioi . 
Alicia relicta Hogeri . 
Cecilia Heuensall' . 
Ricardus Heuensall* 
Agnes filia Willelml 
Johannes filius Willelmi 
Agnes filia Kicardi . 
Juliana de H euensall* . 
Agnes Brademer 
Alicia Couper 
Alicia seruiens Thome 
Johannes Basy 
Alicia Basy 

Margareta seruiens Ricardi 
Willelmus Swanne . 
Robertus Swanne 
Johannes filius Willelmi . 
Alicia filia Willelmi 
Henricus Swanne . 
Cecilia Swanne . 

Summa — xviij.9. vj.ef. 



FflKTON*. 

Laurencius de Lede k vx 
Willelmus Mihier k vx' 
Johannes de Oxto& k vx" 
Qilbertus fforester k yjC 
Johannes Cokreir k vx* . 
Willelmus Pawsofi k vx" 
Adam de Tarletoii k vjr~ . 
Ricardus Swyft k yx . 



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Adam Turpyn k vx*" . 
Johannes fi'oreet«r k tx . 
Henricus Schephlrd' k viT . 
Johannes de Setill' k yiT 
Laurencius Totty k yiC" 
Willelmus Elyssofi k vx" 
Johannes de Duffeld k vx* . 
Johannes Allandes k yx" 
Johannes de Oairestang' k yiC 
Johannes de Byrom' k vaT 
Robertus Whitehed* & vx* . 
Ricardus del Pytte k vx" 
Willelmus Skynner k vsf 
Robertus Talour k viT . 
Johannes Wryght k vx** 
Thomas Watmaft . 
Radulfus Wylcok' k yjL . 
Willelmus Brynne k v^ . 
Walterus Talour k vx" 
Thomas Smyth k y^" 



(Membrane 29, column 8.) 



Ricardus de Hesilwode k yx" 
Johannes Archedeken k yx" 
Thomas ElyBsoh k yx 
Johannes ffoxholes k vx* 
Thomas Carter k vx* . 
Johannes Caldebek k vjf 
Johannes de Ledsam k vx' 
Thomas Jem k vx* 
Johannes de Santofi k vx* 
Johannes de Staynetoii k v.\* 
Ricardus de Staynetoii k vx" 
Willehnus Bug' k vx* . 
Willelmus Schakelford' k vx* 
Elena Bame 
Isabella de ffentofi 
Margareta de Prestofi . 
Elena Hede 
Agnes Laysyng' . 
Johanna seruiens tforestar* 
Matilda Cokrell' . 
Alicia Belnays . . 
Thomas filius Alicie . 
Johanna del Pytte 
Johannes Kyrkebymafi 
Isabella del Chaumbird* 
Ricardus Duffeld* 
Agnes Wryght 
Johannes Moldecroft' . 
Alicia del Bixifie 
Alicia Smyth 
Johannes Totty 
Katerina seruiens Johannis 
Johanna filia Walteri 
Alicia filia Radu.fi • 
Johanna Ala& . 
Johanna Webster 
Isabella at ye Halle 
Agnes del Ker 
Agnes filia Cleric! . 

Summa — xxij.*. viij.rf. 



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WAPPBKTAGIUM DE BAREESTON'. 



137 



South MiLroBD*. 

WilMmus Trewluf ft vx" . 
Willelmus Bene ft yx* 
Willelmue de StuUoft ft vx . 
Wilklmue Ben ft rx" 
Jolunnee filiue Thome ft ▼x*' 
Tlioaus de BennuF ft rx"* . 
Symon de Lumby ft tx" 
jMhaones at ye Wall* ft vx" 
Adam Colyn ft vaT * 
Johannee de Honford* ft tx~ 
JobMinee Beoofl ft yx* . 
Waltenie Stoueii ft vx" . 
Rieudua Hswe ft yx* . 
Tbomaa Prop ft y^ 
Henricua Wyawall' ft yx" . 
Johannnea Wynger ft yx" 
Johannea Kylnehint ft yx* . 
Bicardua de Newthorp* ft yx^ 
Tbomaa Salman ft yx" 
Johajinea de Ewelay ft yx* . 
Willelmua Colyn ft nC » 
Johannea Oylle ft yx* . 
Tbomaa Widker ft yx" . 
WiUdmua Lcuaatofl ft yx" . 
R«>beriua Gylle ft yx* 
Willelmua de Mewae ft yx" . 
Johaonea Broune ft yx** . 
Johannea Saregrane ft vx" . 
Willelmua de Barkeatob ft yx 
Oilberiua Broune ft vx* 
Johanoea Ben 
Willelmua VeroB 
Johannea aeruua Johannia 
Alicia aeralena Johanoia 
Robertua Beruieoa Johannia 
Johanna a^ruiena Thome 
Thomas Trewluf . 
Johannea Jameamaft 
CosUocia Chaumbtrlayh 

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Willelmua de Randoil, OtUltr, ft 
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Johannea 9ny talT ft yx^ . 

Willelmua Talbot ft v^ 

Thomaa Marionaon ft yx" 

Adam Cremet ft v^ 

Kioardua Dunyng' ft yjT . 

Johannea filiua 8t4*phani ft yx" 

Rkardua de Bramhop* 

Johannea CyaMih ft vx" 



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Rioardua de Lincoln (?) ft yx' 
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Willelmua MarachaU' ft v£ 
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Thomaa del Roth ft yx" . 
Adam Theker ft vx" 
Johannea de Aberforth ft yx" 
Willelmua Cremet 
Willelmua Talbotmaft . 
Cuatancia Nog* 
Anabilla Wydow 
Elena Gray . 
Beatrix filia Johannia 
Johanna fflecherware . 
Alanua Carmanmaft 
Alicia Nuiya 
Robertua de Roudolk 
Thomaa de Lincolh 

Summa — xii^.*. vj.c/. 



(Membrane 205, column 1.) 

HE8ILWOD*.* 



Eliaabet Vauaour, Yeoue, dame de 

Chiualer .... 
WiUehnua Sohephird' ft vif 
Johanoea Henriaoh ft rf 
Rogerua de Ledaam ft nC 
Johannea de Heailwode ft viT 
Johannea Halynaoh ft yx" . 
Johannea Qrayne ft y:^ . 
Johannea Lylly ft nC . 
Oilbertua Thomaoh ft yx" 
Thomaa de Cokyaford* ft yx" 
Johannea Couper ft yx" . 
Robertua de Soureby ft yx . 
Agnea Hwet . 
Johannea Dey 
Matilda Rutour • • 
Johannea Henriaoft 
Ricitfdua Malynaoh . • 
Agnea Couper 



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Johannea de OkilBthorp', Mar* 

ekaunif (ft) vx" ij.f. 

Johannes de Pudeaay ft vx". i'lijjL 

Walterua at Touneend* ft yx" . . iUj.(<. 

Willelmua de Lede ft vx" . utjjd. 

Alanua Schephird' ft yx" . . . i^\^^ 

Willelmua Lauaofl ft yx" • • iiij.^ 

Adam Derlyng' ft vx" . . iig.d. 

Willelmua Hawioh ft yx" . . iig.<i. 



* /.€. Uaalewood. 



138 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB BABKBSTON . 



Johannes Talour k tx^ . 
Johannes Whitoe & vx** 
Laurencius Asdeil & vx" . 
Johannes fforester Sl vx~ 
Johannes Masofi & vx* . 
Willelmus Dawsofi k \jC 
Willelmus Colet k tx" . 
Willelmus Sakan k yt 
Hugo Schephird' k vx" . 
Johannes de Berght k vx^ 
Robertus Barker k ▼x"' . 
Johannes Couper k v^" 
Johannes Scotte k v^ . 
Bobertus Nelsoli k vf 
Johannes Knyght k yx" . 
Willelmus Couper k vx 
Bicardus Swaiilay k yt . 
Willelmus Nabilsofl k vx 
Johannes Thomlynsoil k y^T 
Petrus Souter k vjf . 
Willelmus Walker k vx . 
Johannes Talour k v:^. 
Thomas Smyth k yiT 
Willelmus Pape k yx . 
Constantinus Walker k y:C 
Ricardus Wryght k vx* 
Willelmus de Hedlay k v/* 
Robertus filius Stephani k yjT 
Beatrix Campiofi * . 
Henricus del Hill' 
Robertus del West . 
Cecilia del West . 
Ricardus Carter 
Alicia Carter 

Johannes del Monkhagh . 
Johannes Trewfelagh . 

Summa— xix.«. Yiij.c2. 



Sghtrburn'/ 

Ricardus at ye Strete, ffostUer, k 

Adam Thebaud', HoiiiUr, k y£ . 
Johannes Qrenfeld', Hoaliler, k 

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Willelmus de Schirburfi, BosiiUr, 
k vi^ ..... 

Johannes ffole, HostUer, kYiT. . 

Johannes Dunnyng, HostUer, k 
VX- 

Adam Webster, Webster, k yx. . 

Alexander Skynner, Shynner, k 

Rogerus Talour, TaUmr, k y^ 
Robertus Smyth, Smyth, k yx . 
Willelmus Souter, Souter, k vf* . 
Johannes Smyth, Smyth, k YiT 
Robertus Mannsfeld', CarpetUer, 

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Thomas ffrest k yjT, . . . 



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Willelmus at ye Eyrkgat* 
Johannes Trauas k yx . 
Thomas Schak k yx" . 
Johannes Warter k yjC . 
Johannes Colier k yx . 
Thomas de Wystow k yjC 
Adam Barkar k y:^ 
Willelmus Lambe k yx . 
Willelmus Scotte k yiC 
Thomas Hurre k vx 
Johannes Beuerlay k yx" 
Johannes Barostofi k yx" . 
Willelmus Wystow k vx 
Thomas Haire k yx 
Johannes de Shirburfi k vx" 
Robertus Wateofl k vx*" . 
WUlelmus Reech' k vx^ 
Robertus Calcote k yx . 
Rogerus Bonwill' k vx^ 
Willelmus Havraoti k vxT . 
Robertus Buk k vx** . 



(Membrane 296, column 2.) 



Willelmus ffleshewer k vx 
Johannes Hurre k yx" . 
Adam Milner k yx . 
WiUelmus Bouwell* & vf 
Johannes ffrest k Yf 
Johannes de Mewhes k yx 
Henricus Hesillyngfeld' k vf* 
Johannes Waus k yx . 
Symon Arundell' k yjC . 
Thomas Laysyng* k vx* 
Johannes Bauwell' k yx" . 
Henricus Wyrall* k yjT 
Johannes Patryk k y£ . 
Willelmus Watmafi k yx' 
Johannes Nawthird' k vx 
Johannes Mawher k yjC 
Hugo del Hoy k yjC 
Rogerus Ryther k vsT . 
Johannes de Ryther k "^x 
Thomas de Knyghtofi k viC. 
Thomas de Wharell' k vx 
Thomas Glower k vx 
Thomas Roper k Tx" 
Blena Bayofi 
Magota Schephird' . 
Agnes Pipar. 
Agnes Smyth . 
Juliana Panter . 
Magota de Bartofi . 
Ascilla Anmdell* . 
Adam seruus Johannis 
Johanna filia Agnetis 
Agnes Malbrang^ 
Margeria de Merstofl 
Eaterina Smyth 
Alicia Benne 



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7 /.e. Sherburn. 



WAPPBHTAGIUII DB BABKE8T0N 



139 



mj.a. 
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JohaiuiM Souier 

CuvUoctt Scryuener 

WilldmoB Bukmafi. . , 

Robertas Tebaudmafl . 

Johuma Ferour 

Juliana fferour 

Thomaa filiua Rogeri 

Sununa — ^xxriij^. viij^. 



TOLLIBTOIi*.^ 

Olioa Danyl, Ho&tilfr , . jyii^.d, 

Ricardua filiua Henrici k vx*' . . iiij.(2. 

IVUlelmua Ooldesoft ft tx" . . m^.d, 

WiUelmua de Mewhaa & vjT . . iu^,d. 

Hagp de Sanreby kr^ . iiijui 

Johaanea Walkyngtofi ft yx" . m^.d, 

Heorieoa de MolwbT ft 'vx' . . iiij.<<. 

JohaimeadelSchagh* ft.Tz" . . iii^ui, 

WiUelmua de Allirtofl & tiT . mj.d, 

Jobaasea Warde ft nC . . . iiij.d, 

Ricaidua Brynhill' ft nC ii\).e{. 

Ift'UlelmuB de Dalbj ft vx^ . . iu).d, 

Tbomaa del Cote .... m\.d. 

Rofperua If ichelmaft . . iii^.d, 

Agnea de Byrom\ uijji, 

Johaimca D^ylmab . . Ui^ui, 

Caiaaupdcr Danyll* . iiij.(i. 

Teffim Daoyll* iuyd. 

JuhaaiMaQuldeaoft . iiij.d. 
Summa—T^JA rj^. 



Cawod*. 

Johanoea de Cawod*, fiaoklaft, ft 
t:C • • . . yj.*, 

Johannea Barbar, Ho&UUr, ft tx" . 

R(»berti]8 Daanok, HoatiUr^ ft tjT 

Johanoea Alanaofi, HotiUer, ft tx^ 

WiUelffloa de Kome^ Ho^Her^ ft 
▼X* 

Johannes Brwer, HoMiler, ft ri" . 

Ricardoa Anlaby, Ho$tiUr, ft tx* 

Johannea de Rome, liosiiUr, ft rx' 

Johannea BoTse ft W . 

Johannea Coke ft y£ 

Johannea Tup ft tjT 

Tbomaa del Biyg ft tiT . 

Johaanea Qrayneby ft vx 

Johannea Smyth ft nT . 

Adam Sootte ft rf 

Thomaa Talour ft yx' 

Robcrtua Tumour ft yf 

Johannea Ifeiymaft ft vx" . 

Robertna Brwhouae ft riC 

Johaanea Hueaoft ft Ti" . 

AdamHakamaU'ftTx'^. 

WUlelmus de CarlehiU' ft rx" 

Johaanea Carter ft vx** . 



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Johannes Grymyd* ft 
Johannes Brwster ft vx"* 
Johannes Schall' ft riT . 
Ricardua Schall* ft yx"^ . 
Robertus de CoUa ft vf* . 
Johannes Sagher ft vif . 
Johannes Oylutsoft ft vx*. 
Rogerus Wryght ft yx . 
lliomaaSerll'ft Yjf. 
Thomaa de Lynom' ft ViT 
Robertua del Pollea ft rT 
Robertas ffox ft yx' 
Willelmua Elpha ft Yi* . 
Thomaa Watsofi ft yf . 
Ricardoa Ewot ft yx" 
Ricardua Bakester ft yx* 
Johannes Thomsoh ft yx*" 
Johannes Howmund* ft yx^ 
Robertus del Stede ft y^. 
Willelmus Pody ft tC . 
Johannes Hewman ft yiT . 
Johannes Derlyng' ft y^ 



(Membrane 206, oolumn 3.) 



Adam Souter ft yx" . 
Thomas Smyth ft y^ . 
Rogerus Tumour ft yx" . 
Ricardus de Cawod' ft yjT 
Willelmus Trump ft yx" . 
Willelmus de Scruby ft wiT 
Robertus de Dugybby ft yx" 
Willelmus Carter ft r£ 
Johannes Curre ft yx" 
Johannes Qruby ft y^. 
Alexander del Newhag* . 
Ricardus Brewster ft yx" 
Adam de Cawod' ft yiT . 
Johannes Lyghtfote ft yx" 
Johannes de Beohom* ft yx' 
Walterus PeriamaA ft tC 
Robertus de Rypolk ft yx" 
Johannes Bayt ft y^ . 
Johannes Brwer ft y:^ 
Johannes Gyb ft yx" • 
Johannes NaUsofi ft yiT . 
Radulfus Carter ft rT . 
Thomas Qybmaft ft yx" . 
Johannes Scha^et ft yx" 
Johanna at ye Toiineend* 
Amieia Elpha 
Willelmus WatsoA . 
Willelmus DawsoA 
Johannes AnlebymaA 
Elisabet Knet* 
Johannes de Ellyrtoft 
Alicia de Selby . 
Juliana filia Rioardi • 
Alicia Serjll* 
Juliana filia Alexaodii • 



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140 



Wappentagium db barkeston'. 



Mai|;areta de Kyrkeby. 
VicholAUB Carter 
RicarduB semienB Johannis 
Isabella Pulter 
Adam PeraoH 
Macilda Brwer. 
Isabella filia Willelmi 
Margeria Bate . 
Agnes BraDBoft 
liAariota de Wiltob . 
Jobannes filius Robert! 
JohaoDes Teler 
Walterus Schephiid' 
Katerina Boyse. 
Adam Theker 
Willelmus Jed' 

Summa— zzzix^. vj.d. 



Btrktn. 

Thomas de Midiltofi, ffranklaft, & 

▼X* ..... vjjr. 
Bobertus filius Ricardi & yx 
Johannes Broune ft vx^ . 
Henricus de Semer ft tx^ 
Thomas de Selby ft Yx" . 
Adam Lore ft y^" 
Robertus Milner ft yx"* . 
Robertas Storour ft t^ 
Johannes Sorour {tic) ft ytT 
Willelmus Strynsall' ft vx" 
Kicholaus de Berwyk* ft y:C 
Johannes Couper ft ▼i' 
Ricardus de NortoA ft y£ 
Johannes fforester ft v^ 
Johannes Sclater ft yiC . 
Johannes de Beljnglay ft yjT 
Willelmus de Bradelay ft vx* 
Willelmus Cophird* ft vx" 
Oliuerus de Byrkyn ft tx^ 
Alicia Broune 
Thomas Scotte 
Alicia seruiens rectoris 
Johanna Cowhird' . 
Alicia Kanoth 
Alicia Cowhird* 
Johanna seruiens Oliueri 
Kmma de Chaworth' 
Agnes seruiens Emme . 

Summa — xta Yui.d 



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Johannes Batesoft ft tx" . 
Willelmus de Hessay ft yiC . 
Johannes Wallar ft vx"' . 
Johannes de Claytofi ft yiT . 
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Johannes Whittehed' ft tx" 
Johannes Whittehed' junior ft 

▼x"' . . . . 
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Alicia de Stanlay . 
Johanna filia Ricardi . 
Elena del Halle 
Robertus de Hessay . 
Ellas Jonemaft 
Agnes seruiens Johannis 
Margareta le Xurys . 
Agnee de Chypyn 

Summa — yij.«. yi^.(2, 



(Membrane 30, column 1.) 
Ktrkibt. 
Robertus de Ledes, Frankeleyn, ft 

Willelmus Newbald', Carpenter, ft 

▼X ... 
Johannes Hobiltrotte, Talour, ft 

vx* . . . . 
Johannes Bylburgh* ft yiC . 
Ricardus Vausour ft vf . 
Willelmus Pyk' ft vx*" . 
Johannes Stevyn ft vx" 
Johannes Chapmafi ft vx" . 
Nicholaus Vausour ft vx* 
Johannes de Bayldofi ft vx** . 
Johannes WiUiamsofi ft yiC 
Thomas Seriaunt ft vx"* 
Cristiana Hobiltrotte 
Agnes Bilburg* 
Cecilia de Lede 
Alicia de Lede 
Ricardus Nicholsofi 
Willelmus Cambus 

Summa — xij.«. viij.rf. 



Newtoh' Ktme. 

Thomas de Brynkell' ft vx" . 
Egidius de Newtofi ft vx 
Rogerus Irford* ft v^ . 
Johannes iEu-hare ft tx" . 



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WAPPENTAOIUM DB BARKESTON*. 



141 



Johannet WiUoR ft r£ 
Tliuinas Popder & ^x . 
Johannat Gtmynasoft & tx' 
Juluanes Vauaotir k tx* . 
Riottrdtu Lyodelay k viT 
Hugo Clerk* k r^ . 
Hugo de LyntleUy ft r^ 
Henrieiu de LyndeUy ft v^ 
Thomas Emmyngbur^ ft vi 
Robertna ffayrebame ft ▼x'* 
Thomas AdjonAoft ft vx" 
Johannaa SagicaA ft rx 
Thomaa Wyly ft vx* . 
Riratrdua Lyndelay junior ft vx 
Alicia Swynop 
Cecilia relicta Johannid . 
Johanna Thomdoghter 
Elena Crake 
Elena relicta Johannia 
Juliana Kygbelay . 
Johannes Popeler 
Agnes aeraiens Margarete 
Margareta de Hedelay . 
Johannes seruiens JobaDois 
Johannes Rucbefford' . 
Nicholatis Swynard' 
Johannes Broune 
Crake . 

Siimma~xji. Tiij.i. 



Barkeston*. 

Agnes de Bradelay, liMtiUr 
Kicardua de BradeUy ft vjT 
Jobaoaea Dobsoft ft vjT 
Waltenis Seriauiit ft vC 
Willelmos Ifalbxank ft tx 
Ricardus ffox ft t^ . 
Johannes Lambberd' ft v 
Adam Pamay ft yx 
WiUelmus de CattoA ft v 
Rogerus Rosioft ft vx^ 
Thoous Dewsbiiy ft vx* 
Heoricus Hllner ft vx* 
Johannes Tobsoh ft vx" 
Willelmoa Bayldofi ft vx" 
Rieaidtts Rosell* ft vx" . 
Johannes Kyohyn ft vx" 
Willelmos fiaysand' ft vx 
Willelmos Dobsoft ft vx"^ 
Custancia ffletam . 
RobeKus Bowland* . 
Margareta ffenton 
MatiidaRoee . 
Agnes Jemme 
Alicia Cattoft . 
MatUda Milner . 
Elena ffox 
Juliana Ma whir . 
Wa]t«rus Dob«oh 
Beatrix lfl«»('h(>r 

Suuima ix.t. x.d. 



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Johannes Smyth* ft vx" . 
Adam Pocok ft vx"^ 
Ricardus Grayne ft viT 
Johannes filius Robert! ft vx' 
RobertuB Coke ft v^T . 
WalteruM Ci>ke ft vx"* 
Johannes Uudadft ft vx"^ 
WillelmuB Bouedjll' ft \\ 
Adam filius Johannia ft vx"^ 
Janyn de Thorp* ft vx" 
Johannes Pocok . 
Elisabet Smyth 
Robertus Smyth . 
Alicia Smyth . 
Magota Coke 
Margareta filia Ade . 

Summa — y.j. iiij 



Hddilstom' cum Lumrt. 



Thomas de Berwyk ft vx* 
NichoIauB Vausour ft vx^ 
RicarduH fflecber ft vx"^ 
Johannes de Hetoh ft vx*^. 
Robertas Wbitehed ft vx 
Ricardufl Jaksoft ft vx" 
Johannes Pocok' ft vx"^. 
Johannes Halyday ft vif . 
Rogerus de Lumby ft vt" 
Johannes de West ft vx* . 
Johannes de Lumby ft vx"^ 
Johannes Alius Rogeri ft vx' 
Agnes filia Johannia 
Isibella de York 
Alicia filia Isabelle 
Magota filia Johannia 

Sununa— v.«. iiij.f/. 



Gbtmkston*. 

Robertus de Saxtoft, ffranklai^. ft 

vx*" iij«. 

Thomas Vyntener ft tx"" . 



(Membrane 30, column 2.) 



Johannes Mawar ft vx" 
Robertus Cok* ft vx* 
Kicholaus de Bynglaj ft vjT 
Robertus Sonnyng" ft vx" 
Johannes de Soottoft ft vx" . 
Robertus de fiernelay ft vsT 
Johannes de M^nne ft vif . 
Ricardus Bargemaft ft vx' 
Johannes del Scbagh* ft v^ . 
Thomaa seruiens Jobannis 
Alicia de Qraynyng^ 

Summa — Tij-t. iiij. 



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142 



WAPPENTAGIUM DB BARKESTON . 



Ledbam— parte. 

Johannes Webster & v£' . 
Johannes Warde k vz~ 
Johannes Grayne & vx" . 
Henricus Sekker & tC 
Willelmus West' & vx" . 
Robertus Talour & vx^ 
Johannes Schephird* & tx" . 
Isota Sekker .... 
Johannes de Newtofk . 
Johannes Went 
Thomas Law 
Alicia Broune 
WiUelmus filius Agnetis 

Summa — iiij.9. iiij.(2. 



Tadecastre. 

Willelmus Dryffeld', MarchauiU, 

& vx" ..... 

KogenisChaumbirlafi, MarchaurU^ 

Si * X • . 

Willelmus Hardy, AfarchaurU, & 

vX •••).• 

Willelmus Barker, Hostilcr, k vx . 
Thomas Golde, Hostiler^ k nC 
Willelmus Parso&, HastUtr^ k vx" 
Thomas Hardy, Hosiiler^ k vx*" . 
Ricardus ffi-er, JBostiUrf k vif 
Robertus Chapmafi, Vapour, k 

vX ••«.■. 

Willelmus Marschall^ Marschall, 

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Johannes £ferour, fferouVf k vx~ . 
Thomas Masofi, Masofi^ k yjC 
Willelmus Smyth, Marsehalt, k 

Johannes Cissofl, TahuVt k v^ . 
Johannes Colstali, Sutor. k viT . 
Robertus de Dalto&, SiUor, k yjC . 
Willelmus de Quenby, Talour, k 

Symoli Liuerseg*, Tinctor, k v^ . 
Henricus Wryght*, Wryght, k yx" 
Willelmus Burlay, Walker, k vx" 
Johannes Tumour k v^ . 
Johannes Gygelswyk* k vx"*. 
l^icholaus Soureby k yjT 
Johannes de Hillom* k tx" . 
OalfriduB Couper k vx . 
Johannes de Colyngham k vx" 
Willelmus Bernard* k tx" 
Thomas Melsanby k tx 
Willelmus fflecher k viT . 
Thomas fflecher & vi" . 
Johannes de Coplay k vx" 
Johannes de Kyrkeby k tx" 
Johannes de Thorp' k viT 



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Robertus Clerk' k vx" . 
Johannes Wautofi k vx" . 
Willelmus de Soureby k vx 
Johannes Tasker k vi" . 
Johannes Milner k ^x 
Henricus Hardymab k yiC 
Johannes Jompier k vx~ 
Willelmus Symsofi k yx . 
Johannes Bradeford' k vx 
Willelmus Lascy k vx . 
Johannes Spoford' k yiC 
Johannes Saltemerohe k vx 
Willelmus de Thometoii k yx 
Robertus Rychemund' k yiC 
Patricius de Mail & vsT 
Willelmus Hyne k vx** 
KobertuB Schephird' & vx"" 
Johannes de Brothgtofi ^^ k yiT 
Willelmus Caber k vx" 
Johannes Chapeleyft k vjf 
Robertus Hay ward* k yx" 
Thomas Porter k tjT 
Johannes Carter k vif . 
Johannes Birkebayn k rx 
Willelmus Vicarmafi k vjT 
Hugo Tumell' k vx*" 
Johannes Lemyng' k vx" 
W illelmus Dryffelmafi 
Robertus Dryfielmaii . 
Agnes seruiens Driffeld' . 
Cecilia filia Oalfridi . 
Alicia Chelwra 
Matilda filia Lucie 
Kadulf us Hardymaft 
Matilda seniiens Hardy 
Hicardus Hardy mafi 
Elena seniiens Willelmi 
Henricus Barkermah 
Willelmus seruiens Thome 
Johanna Hayward . 
Magota Hayward 
Coletta ffrer . 
Matilda Sprygonell' 
Henricus Cai-ter 
Robertus Hare . 
Isal^ella Hardenute . 
M.igota Spirard . 
Alicia Tumour 
Rogerus de WaltoA 
Ricardus Lemyng . 

Summa~xlj.5. vyd, 



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WAPPENTAOIUM DE BARKEST0N\ 



143 



H«iricus Kempe ft yx" . 
JoliMiDM Symsofi ft tx 
Robertus Wrjth ft wi" . 
Rogenu Wmtju ft vjf . 
JohaoiMi Lftjiyn^ ft tx** 
Petnit Dey ft v^ 
Robertua Periasofi ft tx" 
JoliAiuias Bndemer ft y£ 
TbofDM Smyth ft rf 
Johannas Duffeld' ft vx' 
Jobaauke^ Lyndeaay ft nC 
Thomas Om ft vx** 
WiUdmoa Barnom* ft tx" 
Thomaa Clark' ft TiT . 
LAareodua Coke ft yx* . 



(Membrane 80, column 8.) 



Johannea Duate ft viT . 
Johannea Talour ft tx*^ . 
Johannea Warlay ft riT 
Johaooea Walker ft riT . 
Kobartua Daltoft ft vf 
RieaHtta Oudlad* ft tx** . 
Thomaa Duate ft tx . 
Thomaa Carter ft tiT 
Rieardua B^kester ft tsT 
Johannea Wyonalk ft vx** 
Johanna Carter . 
WUlelmua Kempe . 
Robertua Trauers 
Johannea Orre 

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Adam Paroft ft tx 
Johannes Palmer ft vx"^ 
Henricua del Chaumbir ft vx 
Robertua de Byrkyft ft rx 
Oeruaaiua ft vx . 
Hvnrioua P^>Mr ft wi" 
Kiebolaua Qryffjrn ft rx* 
WiUelmna Skynner ft t^ 
Johannea Theker ft vx 
Thomaa Skynner ft ri' . 
'^'illelmua Tnmour ft yx 
Rf *berttta Qryffyn ft yx" . 
Wtllelmua Huekjn ft tx" 
Hesrieua Leeget ft y^ . 
Johannea Baaselaw ft y^T 
Johannea del Lane ft tC, 
Thomaa Smyth ft tx . 
Thomaa Randolf ft tx 
Edmundua AdkynaoA ft tiT 
Rieardua Oemme ft tjT . 
WUlelmua fflynt ft tx*^. 



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Johai^nes fi9ynt ft v^ 
Johannea at ye Wode ft yx' 
Rieardua Tumour ft yx" . 
Johannes Tumour ft yx" 
Matilda Qryfiyft 
Johannea Oryffyfi. 
Robertua aeruiena Matilda 
Johanna Bull' 
Johannea Bakeater 
Elisabet de Cheater 
Johanna Palmer 
Johannea Schypmafi 
Johannes Smjth 
Johanna SmYth . 
Alicia Smytn . 
Willelmua Alcok'. 
Henricua fflynt 
Agnes aeruiens Hugonia 
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Willelmus Clerk, Carpenter, 

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Johannes Jonet, Talottr^ ft yx** 
Adam Spenser ft yx" 
Johannea Broune ft yx" 
Robertus Rowlay ft yx" 
Johannea Couper ft yx" 
Hugo Nelsoft ft YsT . 
Thomas Smyth ft yx" 
Johannes NauaoA ft Yif 
Henricua Baret ft yx" 
Willelmua Brune ft yiC 
Thomas Rygge ft yiC 
Thomaa Leper ft Tif . 
Rieardua ffmnkya ft y^ 
WiUelmua Wodook' ft yx" 
Johannea Baret ft yiT 
Hugo Lenthe ft yjT 
Johannea DawaoA ft tC 
Johannea Wuwer ft yiT 
Thomaa Preatmafi ft yx* 
Johannes Souter ft y^. 
Johannes films Ade . 
Amicia fiUa Ade . 
Agnee filia Johannia. 
Kmma filia Johannia . 
Willelmus filiua Roberto 
Juliana Knyth 
Agnes filia WiUelmi 
W*illelmua filiua Johannia 
Agnee relicta Thome 

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WAPPENTAGIUM DE BARKESTON . 



FFAnBDRK*." 

Johannes Milner k vx. 
Rogerus Marschall' k vx. 
Willelmus Tumour & vaT 
JohannoB Sandalman & vx^ 
Thomas Brakan & vx^ . 
Johannes de Darthyngtofi k vx 
BobeituB Poook' & vx". 
Johannes de Brune & vx^. 
Johannes Gylmyne (?) k tx^ 
Johannes Pocok' k vi" 
Hugo Sadiller k vx" 
Robertus Thomsofi k viT. 
Ricardus de Wend k vi" 
HenricuB Spark' k viC . 
PetniB Doweir k vx . 
Johannes de Blakeburft k vx" 
Robertus Broune k vx" 
Robertus Benet k vx 
Thomas Hendesoii k vx" 
Ricardus de Suttofi k viT 
Johannes Nobil k vx*" . 
Johannes de Clyffurd' k viC 
Robertus Jakmafi kviC 
Willelmus Sclater k vx . 
Johannes Dycsoli k viT 
Thomas JakBo& k vx 
Johannes Jakmafi 
Adam filius Robert! 
Isabella Marchall* 
Johannes Tumour . 
Agnes fiUa Johannis . 
Robertus Peiysman. 
Adam Blakburfl . 
Johannes de Drarthyngtoft 
Ricardus filius Robert!. 
Johannes de Byrne . 

Summa— xij^. 

Drax. 

Johanna Gramoyr, veoue, dame de 

Chiualer .... 
Willelmus Capyngtoli k vx* . 
Ricardus Hemmyngburg* k viT 



(Membrane 805, column 1 

Ricardus de Burtoli k vx' 
Willelmus Haldeh k v^ 
Adam Talour k vx"' 
Henricus Dyker k vx~ 
Ricardus Alcok' k v^" 
Johannes Palfraymafi k vx 
Adam Bullok* k viT 
Ricardus ffolay k vx" . 
Petrus Hubard' k vx 
Willelmus Buteler k viT 
1'homas de Marlay k vx 
Thomas Ketill' k vx" . 
Johannes Eliot k vf 



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Johannes de Rowclyf ' & vif 
Walterus Denne k vx 
Thomas Talour k viC 
Ricardus Bacoli k vx . 
Adam Ketill' k vx 
Johannes de Saxtofi k vx 
Willelmus Bacofi k vx . 
Robertus Coke k vx . 
Willelmus Hudsofi k vx 
Ricardus de Schurch k v\ 
Nicholaiis del Schurth k v\ 
Ricardus de Rusholme k v\ 
Ricardus Blaunchard k viC 
Thomas Ferymafi k vx 
Johannes Robertsofi k vx 
Johannes Batesofi k vx 
Thomas Dicorwft k vx . 
Thomas Haldeii k vx . 
Laurencius fforester k vx 
Willelmus CrukebayA k vx 
Johannes Ingram k vx . 
Johannes CrukebaJI & vx 
Thomas Legete k vx* 
Willelmus Kede k vx . 
Johannes Warde k vx 
Willelmus de Breresdyk* k 
Walterus Bone k vx 
Johannes Dyconsoh k\x 
Willelmus Henrysoh k v\ 
Willelmus de Nesse k vx" 
Willelmus Henrisoh junior k 
Johannes Hemyngburi;' k vx 
Willelmus Bacoft k vx . 
Ricardus seruiens Johannis k 
Johanna Gramary . 
Willelmus Piper . 
Margareta ^ ngram . 
Thomas Kedhed' . 
Alicia Ingram 
Margareta Talour 
Margeria seruiens Willelmi 
Johannes Kedlay . 
Johanna Prys . 
Johanna Gryse 
Mai-gareta Chyryhohni* *' 
Thomas Drynkale 
Thomas Midiltob . 
Johannes Hespell' k vx 
Willelmus Crukebayft k vx^ 
Willelmus filius l*home k vx 
Walteras Bullok k vx . 
Adam filius Thome k vx 
Willelmus Catryk' k vx 
Johannes de Cruir k vx 
Symoft Talour k vx 
Ricardus Ertynger k vx 
Johannes Wyghtofi &'vx 
Ricardus Helot k vx 
Robertus Malster k vx" . 
Johannes de StetoSi k vx" 



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145 



TbomM Chattar ft nT 
TlKnDM EbaoA ft t:^ 
Thomas llortoft ft tx* 
JohuuMs da Morton ft tiT 
Thomaa Noblar ft wf 
WiUelmoa Wabatar ft t£ 
WiUelmua Bauarlaj ft x^ 
Johaanaa SiaaotmaA ft vx 
WUlalmaa Stpakint ' 
Banricua PaU& . 
Cecilia Sjra . 
Thomaa da Crall' 
Willaimua Wryght . 
Laaranciaa Botelar 
Alicia Hubard 
Jobannaa Ruaholma 
HaDiietia Oyrra 
CbmtuuuWarda 
MangaraU da BajldoA 
Wdlalmua Pry . 
Thomaa Kjder 
Bobartua Halot . 
Caeiliji KairUod' . 
Jobaasea Radda . 
Caeilia Emmyngboigb' 
CaeillA Crobajn . 
CoUUElot' . 
Thomaa Calflurd' 
OUoA HabiUar 
JohaDOa ralicU Thoma 
Oilow aaruiaoa Johannia 
JohaaoA da Flatam 
Elaoa d€ Moraby . 
Eoota fFoz . 
WiUelmua da Snayt 
Alicia Mab . 
Jobannaa Danny 
MalildA relieU WiUalmi 
Johanna filia WiUsbni 
Stepbanua T^Uyng 
lUtUdA filia Jobannis 
Thomaa Wilaob . 
Hanricua filioa Johannia 
Jobannaa Ingram 
Alidft Mieholmaydaft 

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Jobannaa Smyth ft tx" 
WiUelmua at ye Kvrk ft vx" 
Haariooa at ye Hall ft tx*" 
BoKcnia da Dime ft yx 
WUlelmoa 8el> mab ft vx* 
Banricoa Joneaoh ft tx*" 
Jobannaa Creaty ft riC . 
WUlelfflua Stale ft wi" . 
WUlalmaa da Snayi ft yff 
RkarduB Pyndar ft tx" 



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(Membrmne 805, column 2.) 



Adam Hyk ft nC 
Adam Dene ft viT . • 
Robertua Daksoft ft tz" 
Jobanoea Hawmund* ft y£ 
WiUelmua de Rome ft y^" 
WUlelmua Spark ft yiC . 
Jobannea de Tanfeld' ft yx* 
Ricardua Kymacbelf ft yz^ 
Jobannea Talour . 
Magota Barker . 
Agnea Selymab . 
Isabella Crtnj 
Magota de Snayt' 
Agnea Pynder 
WiUelmua de Botha 
Jobannea da Botha . 
Magota Spark 
AJicia Lepar . 
MagoU CoUei^ ' 
Diota Smyth . 

SummA — zJA mjA 

NbWTOH WALSTa. 

Robertua Hardstkemalk ft riC 
Jobannea filiua Amerie ft y^ 
Robertua filiua Roberti ft vi" 
Thomaa de Scbolea ft yjT 
Henricua da Markham ft yjf 
Thomaa Cowhird' ft yx" . 
WiUelmua del Bowra ft yx^ . 
Jobannea filiua Rogeri ft y^ 
WiUelmua filiua MatUda ft yx'^ 
Jacobus de Balne ft riC 
Jobannea Warde ft yx^ . 
Margareta filia Roberti 
Matilda Wryght . 
CecUia del Boura 
Jobannea BouramaA 

Summa— r^. 



Hillom'. 

Jobannaa del Rode ft viT 
Jobannea filiua Rogeri ft yz** 
WiUelmua ifremah ft r^ 
Jobannea da UUtoft ft yz** 
Jobannea de BeghaU* ft yz*" . 
Jobannea Broune ft y£* . 
Robertua de Ledeaam ft yz** 
WUlelmut Webatar ft yx 
Symoh Talour ft yz^ . 



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146 



WAPPENTAGIUM DE BABKESTON . 



Willelmni de Rode & vz* 
Johannes de Newsom' ft tx* 
ThomM del Rode & v^ . 
BicarduB PusoA & vx*' . 
WillelmuB Thomsob & y£ . 
Johannes Hedet ft vx** . • 
Johannes Wyoteofi ft ▼z*' 
Johannes de Boulto& ft vx" 
Johannes de Newsom* ft vx^ 
Henrictis Schypmali ft vx*^ 
Adam de Scheplay ft vx*' 
Kicholaus Bret ft vx"' . 
Petrus HenrisoA ft vx^ . 
Adam Belle ft tx" 
Robertus MasoSi ft tx** 
Ricardus Parlebene ft viT 
Jlobertus Thombarne ft tx~ 
Henricus Marschall' ft t^ 
Ricardus Perso& 
Johanna Persob 
Alicia filia Johannis 
Johannes seruiens Johlmnis 
WillelmuB seruiens Johannis 
Mu^gareta de Stanf orth 
Gec^ Theker 
Johannes fillus Johannis 
Johannes de Ledsam 
Ricardus Broune . 
Ricardus HenTymalL 
Johanna Talour . 
Matilda Colynwyf . 
Juliana filia Mattlde 
Johanna Harpour . 
Agnes de York . 
Johanna ffiremali 
Johanna filia Willelmi 

Summa — xya 



Btrom*. 

Thomas Saynte Paule, firanlce 
leyn, ft vif . . iy 

Johiuines Wilbame ft tx" . 
Johannes de fiery ft vxT . 
Johannes de West* ft vjT 
Robertus Parlebenesoii ft tx* 
Johannes Bame ft ri" . 
WillehnuB de Westby ft viT 
Johannes de Grene ft ▼x"' . 
Thomas del Pille ft tx" . 
Alicia de Wygyng* . 
Matilda de Homeclyf 
Elena de Byrom* 
Matilda de fiaroeley . 
Robertus Wilbarne . 

Summa— vij.s. Yuj.d 



Bbotherton'. 

Johannes de Craneby ft vx* 
Thomas Dynysmaft ft yjC 
Willelmus Uendruur ft rx . 
Johannes Smyth ft vx^ . 



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Johannes de Weryngtoft 
Johannes Wynter ft tx* . 
Johannes Eydder ft viT 
Ricardus Ctfter ft tx*^ 
Johannes Yndirhill' ft tiT . 
Hugo Brwster ft y:t 
Johannes del Lee ft tx"* 
Rogerus del West ft tx* 
Willelmus del Halle ft t^ . 
Johannes Warde ft yf 
Johannes Daw ft ff 
Jehannes Rendrour ft vx*^ . 
Johannes Wynter senior ft yiC 
Johannes SuttobmaA ft vx* . 
Johannes de Crogilstofi ft vx*^ 
Willelmus Dynysmafi ft tx"^ 
Ricardus Dynysmaft 
Cristiana Russell' 
Agnes Hunter 
Waltems de Brothertoft 
Ricardus de Brothertofi 
Johannes Derby . 
Thomas de Schorby 
Magota Talour . 
Alicia Wynter 
Margareta Marscball' . 
Johannes de ffisntoft 
Johannes del Hill' 
WiUelmua HundirhiU' 



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(Membrane 806, column 8.) 

Matilda Wynter . . . ii^^i. 

Johanna Barofi . . . . iiij.<i. 

Johanna Bene iii^xl, 

Johanna Hunter ' . . . ui^jd, 

Summa^zy.^. iiij.(i. 



Bblbt. 

Dionisius Maraase, Esquier en 

seniioe, ft tiT . . iij#. iiij.4. 

Johannes Barburer, Mar- 

e^iMil, ft T^ . . iy.«. iig.^. 

Johannes Wystow, MarehaiMt^ 

ft Tf i\|.«. m^jd, 

Johannes Pelter, MarekawUf 

ft vsT 4).«. li^ui. 

Ricardus Wyntryngham, Mttr- 

ehauMt, ft ▼/" . . i^.f. iiijul. 

Robertus ffirer oosyn, Mar^ 

ekawnt, ft yf . . . i^.s, iiij.c{. 

Robertus Pottemaft Mar- 

chatmt, kv£ , . iij.«. ix^.^^. 

Thomas Goldale, ffottiUr, ft vi" . ^.«. 
Thomas de Byrne, B<mtilet\ ft viT ^.«. 
Thomas Danyell', Boti^er, ft viT . xij.tf. 
Thomas Coke, HostUer, ft yx . ^-d. 
Willelmus Mone, Carpenter, ft vx . vj,d, 
Johannes Copyn. fflecher, ft tC xij.d. 
Ricardus Bygyng, Draper, ft vx* xi^jL 
WiUelmuB de Hathelsay, Lytter, 

ft Tx n}.d. 



W4PPKKTA0IUM DE BARKESTON*. 



147 



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Jnhaaam Bskrjke, Iftter, k "^ . 
Johaonaa Boeber, Bmeker, k tx* . 
JohMUM M artiiMy HmtOer, k y^ . 
Baewdoa Ksniar, CarpttUer, k yjT 
JohaaaM HTprom', SomUr^ k v/* . 
Jfthaimai Btbbjf Talmr, ft viT . 
Bof ua Bdkar, Bmtktr, k vx* 
Johaaoaa Bopar, IUmm*, k vx* 
Jckaooaa LTatar» Xfater, k rz 
Biaaidaa Mihiar, OshmiI^, k vx" 
Bafa Wjalow, /^rafter, k vx* 
Wdlalmiia da Oravna^ UiUr.k vf* 
Jobaimaa Dada, Aiair, k nT 
iobamia Bkakabryif , ITefreifar 
WiOaliBiia llaroar, Ftrvmr, k r:C . 
Willalmaa Bakaatar, Talomr, k rjT 
Waialmiia Wajta, Lvtier, k vjT . 
WilWmaa If ar^ma, Sm^\ k vf 
Xan^HvCaWakljng', ir«6€rter 
RiBardoa ElaoA, Ftrmir, k vx** 
Rkardna Kathorp', TaUmr,kwi' . 
Vieholaoa Qa7ta£ord',iladfcar,ft vf 
If idiolMM Goka, BocAai^, ft vf . 
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nC 

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Bobavtoa Oiajnahaia, Taionr, ft 

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ft T^ .... 

Wnialimii Coapar, Couper, ft vi" 
Bmieua Sdatar, Seiater, ft yx* 
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Ward\ Webttm', ft vx* 
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Johaonaa Bpuk%t Sm^tk, ft viT 
BoUrtoi liaaoA. JfoaoA, ft vx" 
Haorictia Tonga, TWavr, ft vjT 
BobMtna Oawod* ft viT 
Haatkua B^nar ft vf 
ftdam dil Kald' ft ▼z" . 
noiDM Oiiilabj ft tT 
BobvtwdalllaftTx'-. 
Bobattei PalfrwmaA ft vjT 
BobartaaOjfiaftvx'' . 
^oluamaa dal Halaad ft vr. 
Bobartoa Hawborft ft vx 
Hi^a Bawar ft tT . 
AooMa da BnloA ft vx"* 
^abaDoaa MaltaaCar ft vx" 
JobMsaa Brabafl ft vx* 
WaHana Tmiapoar ft viT 
WiDalmaa M mida ft vf 
WOlalmiia Bukar ft vx* . 
Bidfeobw Botor ft vx* . 
Jahanaaa Wabalar ft vf 
ThaoM Walkar ft vx* . 
Jatemiaa flaehar ft vx* . 
WiBaloMia Gtetar ft vx* 
jo^aaaa Sntar ft vr . 



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Patnu Oanyell' ft v^ 
Jobannea d« Spttall' ft vx 
Tbomaa SibbotaoA ft v:r . 
Henrioua Oayta ft vx* . 
Robertua Sawar ft viT 
Tbomaa Rotall' ft t^* . 
Ricardua Qweldryka ft vx" 
JobaniiM da Moaaalaj ft viT 
Jobannai Coupar ft tsT . 
Tbomaa Sawar ft vx" . 
Jobannaa da Ryoall' ft vjT 
Ricardua da Draz ft y£ 
Jobannaa Halow ft vjT 
Tbomaa Lambbaid' ft viT 
Walterua da Yarwell ft tx* 
8ymo& Skynnar ft v^ . 
Jobannaa Mody ft vx* 
Hugo Day ft tjT • 
Jobannea Hatbalaay ft vx 
Jobannea filius Hugonia ft % 
Jobannaa Smytb ft vx* . 
Robartua Buidewrytb ft vx 
Willalmaa Wrygbt ft v^ 
Robartua Carter ft vx* 
Hugo Boya ft tx* . 
Jobannea ffrara ft vx . 
Kiobolaua Tarwali* ft vx* 
Robartua Blleaoft ft v^ 
Tbomaa Barker ft y£ 
Adam £akryk ft vf . 
Waltama Grayna ft vaT 
Jobannea BiytboA ft vjT 
Jobannea Btteater ft vx* 
Jobannea Bovlwele ft vx 
Robartua Tottalay ft viT 
Jobannea Daunaer ft vx" 
Willalmaa Kav ft viT 
Jobannea Galdamvtb ft v.^ 
Jobannea Bvrmvalay ft vx 
Jobannea Cleric ft viT . 
Rogarua Plummer ft rf 
Jobannaa Kalfeld' ft vi* 
Willalmaa Bakeatar ft vjT 
Willabnoa Qilliota ft vx* 
Jobannaa da Qayneabofgb 
Adam da Gawod ft vi" . 
Jobannaa Bamab ft viT . 
Tbomaa Oayta ft r£ . 
Robartua del Hill' ft tx* . 
Jobannaa Gayta ft vf . 



(Mambraoa 81, eolumn 1. ) 

Jobannaa da Hamyrton ft vx* 
Jobannaa Kingloi ft viT . 
Willalmaa Hunter ft T:r . 
Jobannaa Katiir ft vr . . . 
Rleaidoa Danataft ft vx* 
Jobannaa Cntalar ft vx* . 
Bieardua Talour ft viT. 
Jobannea flliua Siapbani ft vx" 
Eiaardoa Barker ft viT . 
Jobannea Kawland ft v^" 

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WAPPENTAGKJM D1& BABKESTON'. 



Johannes Dede k rf . 
Thomaa Pertryk & viT 
Johannes Gaynte & rf 
Johannes Boltoli k vf 
Johannes Basthowf & wt 
Johannes Wystow & vt . 
Johannes Barteft k vsT 
Stephanos Boswyll' k vf 
Kicholaus Talour k tjT 
Johannes Munde k tx . 
Ricardus Lorymer k yi" 
Adam Smyth k Tf 
WiUelmus Wylmafi k y£ 
Robertus Lyne k v£ 
Thomas Snay th k vjT . 
Ricardus Pynder k riT . 
Johannes de Chaumbir k t£ 
Johannes Tesur k viT 
Johannes Peryssoli k vjT 
Johannes Crake k t£ 
Ricardus Ottelay k v^ 
Robertus Haylyf k tjT . 
Willelmus Mawer k vx 
Johannes Holyfi k ▼£* 
Johannes Whittemore ft ▼£* 
Johannes Palframaft ft y£ 
Johannes CarltoA ft viT 
Robertus Talour ft vf . 
Johannes Wayte ft tjT 
Adam Skete ft vjC . 
Rogerus Nutell' ft vf . 
Hugo WaynemaA ft vx"" . 
1^'illelmus Humfray ft vjT 
Oalfridus Sawer ft vx" 
Rogerus de Brunde ft yf 
WUlelmus Perle ft tx* 
Thomas del HiU' ft yx- 
1 homas Arlby ft vz" 
Thomas Botheby ft vx" 
Willelmus Hoster ft vf . 
Willelmus Schypwryght ft tx" 
Kdmundus Roper ft v^ . 
Willelmus Emmyngburgh* ft vx* 
Walterus Claryk ft yf . 
Johannes Spanie ft y£ 
Johannes Pygge ft y£ 
Thomas Munde ft v^ . 
Johannes Wallyne ft ▼£" . 
Johannes Norras ft V3f 
Ricardus Sartryne ft tC . 
Johannes Tanere ft y£ 
Robertus Swanne ft vjT . 
Ricardus de Erwyrk* ft yt 
Johannes RwmaA ft tx** . 
Johannes Karystofi ft yf 
Johannes Braycebryg* ft yx 
Johannes Ryttelord* ft vf 
Willelmus Walker ft viT . 
Willelmus Bardilby ft y£ 
Johannes Stute ft t^* 
Henricus in ye Lane ft yf 
TLomaa S^armaii ft tx* 
Hugo Seerher (?) ft vx 



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(Membrane $1, colunm 
HenricuB Chaumbirlaft . 
Johanna de Haubyn . 
Alicia Martynmaydefk 
Alicia de Thorp' . 
Johanna Martynmaydeft . 
Magota Brwer 
Elena Roper . 
Agnes Skynner . 
Alicia del Seler 
Johannes seruiens Johannis 
Emma Qlouer 
Johannes seruiens Johannis 
Agnes Skynner . 

Agues Skynner jonior . 
Agnes Carter . , 
Isabella Goldale . 
MagotaWlfe . 
Alicia Trew • 
Lesia Alkebarw 
Johanna Steyk • 

Margeria Waldyn . 
Agnes Storme 
Matilda seruiens Johannis 
Willelmus Skynner , . 
Agnes seruienn Johannis . 
Alicia Skynner . 
Robertus de Spitell* 
Thomas Husteler 
Alicia Kelfeld' 
Alicia Polke • 
Elena Bene 

Johannes seruiens Willelmi 
Hugo seruiens Thome 
CecUia Coke 

Agnes seruiens Willelmi . 
A^es Burgee 
Agnes Hede . 
Alicia Hebbe 
Cristiana de Chester 
Johanna Schalyngburft 
Thomas SarmaA 
Agnes Balne • 

Dionisius de Hensale 
Agnes de Hensall' 
Thomas seruiens Johannis 
Johannes Keller . 
Hugo de Apiltob • 
Alicia Eskryke 
Johannes seruiens Ricardi . 
Alicia de Waddesworth 
Agnes de Berv^yk . 
CcKcilia Pertryk . 
Isabella fferurer 
Johanna del Marthe . 
Johanna del HiU' 
Alicia Bemaft 
Alicia Maundelayn . . 
Thomaa Hudde . 
Agnes %8her . 
Emma de Londoft 
Johannes seruieus Willelmi 
Johanna Alismaydeh . 
Agnes filia Willelmi 

Summa— TJ./«. yj.*. 



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WAPrENTAGIUM D£ BARKESTON 



149 



VlAKKLV. 

WaUelmiu DoU k r£ . 
JohAoiiM de WhetUy ft vjT 
▲dun Sele ft tiT . 
JobftniMS Wyaohede ft wx 
Bobertus Bag* ft yx 
Heluw Bi«' ft tjT . 
JohaoiMB Skynner ft tx 
JohaniMt Michelsob ft tx 
Johanimt DoCa ft vx 



(M«inbr»ii« 31, column 3.) 



JobMMm^B ffowke ft t£ 
Jt»buuM» Magotooft ft tiT 
JohaniMt Totell' ^F) ft \% 
]licha«lus Wemiowt ft tx* 
Joluiiiiet Clerk ft vx** 
JohaaiMS Smyth ft vsT . 
M'iUelmus ToCeU ft tx^ 
J<iuooe8 Magot«u& ft vx 
\^'illelmua Bairker ft vx 
StephAoiis Hag* ft tx . 
Willelmui Sinr ft vx 
Willalmus del Kycbyn ft tx" 
>icfaoUiu Oybooauli ft vx . 
JohaniMS Carter ft vx* 
ThoiDM Bvker ft yjf . 
Hugo f Tj i i her ft viT 
JobMUMi del More ft yx* 
JohMiiiat PUysUr ft vf 
Willelmue B^S* . 
WUlelmoe filiue Johanidi 
Agnes Clerkdogbter . 
Robertas Nicholmab 



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Agnes Rydair 
Magota de Homygtoli 
Willelmua Siaar . 
Johanneede Dulfeld* 
Jofajmaea filiua Mathet 

Summa — xij.«. 

Nkwtborp*. 

Wnielmua filias Thome ft vx 
Willelrous Schepbird' ft vx" 
Thomas Walker ft v^ . 
Willelmus Schepbir(d') 4 

junior .... 
Alexander Talour ft y£ 
Robertus Russell* ft vx* . 
Willelmus Nauso& ft vx" 
Johannes Bemom ft y£ . 
Johannes Webster ft vjT 
Henricus del Hill' . 
Willelmus de Meltoh ft vx 
Radulfus de Hedsam ft v£ 
Agnes Crane (f) . 
Johannes filius Ada 
Thomas Someer . 
Willelmus Steneby . 
Johannes Nawtehird* . 
CeoiUa Sueherd' 

Summa — vj.f. 



vx 



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Summa totalis Wappentagii— xlvj IL ij.d. 

(This ToUl for the Wapentake is written 
at the bottom of the membrane ; it ia 
also written on the dorse of membnuie 
30.) 



'ROTUU COLLECTORUM SUBSIDIi REGI A LAICI8 
ANNO 8ECUND0 CONCE88I IN WE8TRYTHYNQO 
IN OOMITATU EBORACI." 



'* COLLECTORES WESTRYTHYNGL" 



(Membrane 82, column 1.) 



WAPPENTAQIUH 

YlLLATA Dl WaKITILD*. 



Johanna Walkar . 

Johannes Hode 

Robertus Walchapman, If arcA a n(f, 

Magota Yz ^ua 
Johannes de Wnlley Alicia viC 

ejus 

Mai^areta Hipoli 

Isabella Hipoli , • 

Elena de WoUey . 

Johannes Broli, TaiUaur, & Jo 

hannavxejuB . 
Alicia de More • • . 
Thomas PrestoA « 
Alicia Theker 
Johannes Snydale & Ydonea tx 

ejus 

Robertus Welos, Walkar\ Cecilia 

TiTejus 

Willelmus Castelforth*, Marchand 

d$ Bes, Emma y£ ejus . 
Johanna de Snydal 
Robertus Megsofi, WaUcar^ k 

Emma tx* ejus . 
Robertus Kyng' seruiens ejus 
Johannes de Acworthe, Mercer^ 

Idouia viT ejus 
Robertus de Beuerlay . 
Thomas Webster seruus ejus . 
Henricus Bate seruiens ejus 
Adam Thekau seruiens ejus . 
Johannes Baugher seruiens ejus 
Thomas Webster k Johanna vi* 

ejus, Webster . 
Willelmus de Smyth' seruiens 

ejus 

Thomas Banaster seruiens ejus 
WiUelmus de Ky* Wodekirk . 
Johannes de Wodekirk 
Robertus 1 ikham . 
KobertuB Swan . 



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uy a. 



DE AGQEBRIQ'. 

Johannes Todebyiy k Alicia y£ 

ejus 

Ricardus Couper seruiens ejus 
Johannes Megsofi k Alicia tjT ejus 
Thomas Dawsoli k Beatrix tjT 
ejus . • . . . 
Thomas Megsolk k Alicia yiC ejus 
Willehnus Bate, Barkair', k Jo- 
hanna TiT ejus • ... 
Johannes Chaloner seruiens ejua. 
Adam Andrew seruiens ejus 
Willelmus Kartar seruiens ejus . 
Adam Strang* seruiens ejus . . 
Henricus Oirdelar Johanna t£ 



iig.cC 
iii].a. 



ejus 



mid, 

m^xL 
iiij.c{. 

iiU-d. 



iiy.tf. 

▼j.dL 

zij.A 



Johannes de Blithe k Agnes y£ 

ejus 5?j*^ 

Gtennanus GardynerBeruiens ejus. tiij.ci. 
Willelmus ifisoher seruiens ejus . iiij^d, 
Willelmus de Thong* seruiens 

ejus 

Willelmus de West' Juliana vr 

ejus, W^)e9ter 
Johannes Robert, J)rapur, Alicia 

Tjf ejus 

Robertus DykunsoA 4c Johanna 

T^Tejus ii||j.cf^ 

Johannef Swerd .... iii^.<(. 
Robertus Densoft . . . ii^.42. 

Robertus de Hirstewode . . iiij.eC 
Thomas de Maltoli . . . iiij.dL 

Johannes de SelbT . iiij.<l. 

Henricus Grenehode, Bttriat', 

Isabella viT ejus . . . T^.d, 

Willelmus Brwse seruiens ejus . iiij.<l. 
Robertus Heme k Johanna v:^ 

ejus iiij.(l. 

RiMidus de Claytofi k Johanna 

▼x"'ejiis iiy.il. 

Isabella MUot' .... iiy.il. 
Johannes Watte, WebgtertEMwkhet 

▼r" ejus TJ.<i. 



* This the )ieginniug r»( a name written in error f 



Wappsntagiuu de aqoebriq'. 



151 



JobaniiM do K«ndale Emma T3f 



Bioanlaa Bultcro MargareU vjf 

•jus, Jf ereer 
Jfthaniit K«Di* Alict* tx^ «ju». 



Rieardoa dm SUnUj Agnes vjT 

•jot T^tfftomr 
Adam Bobot^ Jfraymr^ JuIiaiM 

Tx"«jua 

JobADoc* Liiler A CrktiuiA viT 

CJIM 

flu^ Lawdog* AgDM t^" ejus 
Alicia Kawrii .... 
M iUtOaas ShakaU' k Emma t^ 

ejoa 

Jobaonea da Claworth Cecilia v^ 

•iua 

Boffema Uater Johaima t^ ejua, 

TaylMir, 

Johannai Laehe Katanna yjT ejua 
Jobamfees Tbeker Cecilia vx ejua 
Johaanaa atta Bana Johaima Tjf 

ejoa • 

TbomaadeKetjtElifabeih TiTejua 
WillalmuaWeattTmieman A Alioia 

Tfejua . 
Bioardua flynchedeyn, JforcAaal, 

Margireta viT ejua . . 

JobaocMa Thorpe, fiankeleyn, 

Oudcha* TiT ejua 
Johaooea Dikarlela BarguvtaTiT 

frjua ..... 
JvhaMmm de Worthnyngtoft, Bfh 

€^, Margarvta vx* ejua . . 
Hugo Walkar Betria rx" ejua 
Bicardna Tumar (?) A Johanna 

TiTajiia 

Adam Oria Alioia vx^ ejua, Tag* 



Thomaa PoQaid' A Johanna t^ 
ejua 

JohaoDea Biitoft, Boeker, Caoilia 
riT ejua 

Hcnricua de CroftcA Johanna viT 
ejua, Wrfgkf 

Alicia Dikman Mraiena ajoa 

Bohertcw Spieer Juliana tz ajoa. 



xiyd, 

Ji}.di 

Tj.d. 

zij.<f. 

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«• • • » 

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▼j.<i. 
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uij.a. 

• • • • ■ 

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ij.«. 

z).<i. 

mj.a. 

uij.(i. 

iUj.<l 

▼j.rf. 

ii^.d. 



(Membrane 82, column 2.) 



Thomaa Marschal A Johanna vx 
ejua 

Bobertua Poyntour A Johanna tx' 
ejua .... 

Johannea DawsoA A Johanna vif 
ejua 

MaguU Toumour, Webtler . 

Jobaiines tiliut ejus 

Kua Godayr 

^^'alterus Irland Kateiioa vi'^ejua 

Matilda Swerd' 

Johannes Webster 

Johannes Toumour A Johanna rf 



ejua 



Bieardna Spicflr AUda nT ejna, 
Drap^mr .... 

Adam Bo^ar aamiana ejua . . 
Bicardoa Bocbar seniiena ejua 
Jcb a a a es de Bigbj aeruiena ejua . 
Jobasnea Matbersay seroienaejua 
Ceeilia Sboti semiana ejus • 
Willelffliia Sagber A Agnea tx** <|Jua 
Adam Anoi A Johanna tC ejua . 
JobamMS WhitobaH Agnaa ^^ 

m 

ejna • • • • « 
Jobaanaa Pnt» Skpmtr^ A Agnes 

w^^tm 

BoUrtoa Bradlay, (ktiier, Alicia 

TiC e^ia ..... 



ij.«. 

wyd, 
mj.<i. 

▼J.A 
mj.a. 
iijj.a. 
iiij.(f. 
uij.o. 
iiij.d 
iiij.a. 

• * • • • 

uij.a. 

iiijd. 

▼j.rf. 

zij.tf. 



Henricua Rolstolk A Alicia vjT 

ejus .... 
Willelmus Lokwode A Matilda ri 

ejua 

Thomaa Milner Alicia Yf ejua 
Bobertua SHstofi, ffiurmer de Par- 
sonage, A Alicia nC ejua . 
CeciliaNeawtenl' . 
Willelmus Calfe ... 
Willelmua Glouer A Magota xiT 

ejua 

Johannes Knoll' Alicia ▼x'^ejua 
Johannes ffery Alicia tx"^ ejus 
Kubertus Sulgar Juliana v^ ejus 
Johannea Sulgar seruiens ejus 
Ricardus Megsofi Agnes vx'ejus 
Johannea seruiens Eue OoJhayr 
Matilda Milner seruiens ejua 
Thomaa Appulyerd' A Elena n 

ejua 

Thomas StralTorth* seruiens ejua 
Johannes Koiw seruiens ejus 
Willelmus Founieasa Margareta 

Tx*ejns 

Robertus Atkynaoii A Alicia vx^ 

•j«^ 
Thomaa Qoldamyth' A Johanna 

Tx" ejus, Goidnnjftk . 
Alicia Wartsoii seruiens ejus . 
Willelmus Wilson, Tuillour, Ana 

bellaTi^ejoa . 
Bobertua Krle Cecilia t:^ ejua 
Agnes Harward' seruiens ejus . . 
Johannea Malynaoft, 0Um4r, A 

Johanna T^^ua 
Ricardus ffilkok'A Johanna Tjfejus 
Bioardus Me|:^fi, Tauemerer {tic) 

Maigareta Ti" ejua . . 

Johannea Uomer A Johanna nC 

ejua 
Thomas Portar, TaUour, Juliana 

▼iTejus .... 
Willelmua flratar ejua 
Badulphua Soular A Margaiata 

▼iTejus . . . . . 
Bobartus Gemsofl, Smgth\ Marga 

rata tjT ejua 
Johanna de Qrang* aeruiena ajtu 



iiij.<2. 
iiij.(f. 

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• • • • • 

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« • • • • 

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• • • • • 

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152 



WAPPENTAQIUM DE AOGEBRIO . 



Johannes Dentofi, MarchantP de 

Be$i & Matilda yjC ejua 
Thomas Albay, Smyth*. 
Alicia WattaoA 
Johannes do Godlay . 
Benriciu de Hettofl k Alicia vx" 

ejus 

Johannes Qamer . 

Robertas Uode ft Johanna riC 

ejus 

Henricua Thomes Idonia rx^ejus, 
Willelmns Skynner Johanna f% 

ejus 

Rogerus Marschal Magota vz 

ejus ..... 
Johannes Smet<^, WaUcar', AUcia 

Tifejus .... 
Bobertus Chaloner Johanna ysT 



zlj.cf. 
▼j.d. 

» • • • « 

iiij.a. 

■ ■ • • « 

uij.a. 

• • • ■ « 

uij.a. 
mj.a. 

• •• • « 

mj.a. 

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iuj.a. 
iuj.a. 



ejus 

Adam Walkar' seruiens ejus 
Robertus Erlewalkar^ Emma t^ 

ejus 

Rogerus TaUlour seruiens ejus. 
Henricus Jacsob seruiens ejus 
Johannes Thurstonland', TaiUour^ 

Amicia vif ejus 
Vagota MicheU^ 
Adam de Roides seruiens ejus 
Johmnes de fflettoli seruiens ejus 
Roberius Webster ft Isabella yiC 

ejus . • • • * 

Thomas Poyde ft AJicia tx" ejus . 
Johanna Burdews 
Willelmus Ospryng'. . . 

Adam de Lept<A| Barkar, Cecilia 

Tx* ejus 

Ricardus Pejmtour seruiens ejus . 
Robertus Tewer seruiens ejus . . 
Johannes Teirsall' Margai*eta t^ 

ejus 

Ricardus Smyth' ft Alicia yx~ 

ejus 

Robertus Berewater Alicia tx*^ 

ejus' 

Robertus Mille seruiens ejus . . 
Thomas Danyell' seruiens ejus 
Johannes de fieri ft Alicia ▼x*' 

ejus • • • . 
Johannes BoswilP seruiens ejus . 
Juliana Jonessoft, Webster . 
Willelmus Midrewode . . . 
Johannes Leyland seruiens ejiis . 
Thomas Reyual, Smyth, Marga- 

reta y^ ejus 
Adam de Karleili', MaaoSiy ft Alicia 

Tx'^ejus . . . . . 
Johannes Cesner Cecilia Tx'^ejus . 
Henricus Nelot, TaiUoWy Juliana 

vaTejus 

Johannes Cussyng*, Wri^% Alicia 

vifejus 



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uij.a* 

xij.^* 

xij.cf. 

▼j.<f. 



Johannes Wrightf Emma tx* 

OjuB • * • • • 

Thomas Sadeler, MarchantF de 
Bets, Alicia vx^ ejus. 

Robertus Leche, Tauemer, Alicia 
Tx^ejus 

Johannes Marschal, Smyth, Matilda 
T^ejua 

Henricus Randolf, Otteler, Ma- 
tilda TiC ejus . . . zij.^. 

Thomas Rose JoUana tx'* ejus . iiij.cL 

Alicia Spynk .... myd. 

Willelmus Hodlay seruiens ejas . iiij.cf. 

(Membrane 82, column 3,) 

Johannes Bordwrygt' . . iiij'.cT. 

Johanna Molfet .... iiij.(2. 

Matilda TopynelT . ... mj-<^- 

Matilda Watson .... iiij.d. 

Henricus Hotlay seruiens ejus. . iiij.<2. 
Thomas fiburbour ft Johanna vx*^ 

ejus iiij.tl. 

Alicia HUlour seruiens ejus . . iiij.cL 
Willehnus Walkar Magoto txT 

ejus iiij.d. 

Matilda de Brygge semiens ejus . iiij.cf. 
Rogerus Taillour ft Margeria tx" 

ejus T}.(l. 

Summa — iiij./t. xt.i. yi\}.d, 

ViLLATA DC SoaRSTOir*.* 

Ricardus Spynk ft Agnes tx" ejus mjjd. 
Thomas Prondfoster ft £mina yiT 

ejus . . • iiij.cf. 

Sibota at Layte .... iiij.d. 

Margareta filia ejus . . . iiij.<i. 
Robertus Boswylman ft Matilda 

tjT ejus iiij.d. 

Edwardus Cook', Parmour de 

Maner, Elizabetha Tf ejus . . zij.d. 

Johanna seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d 

Robertus seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d. 
Ricardus Plummer ft Alida tjT 

mj.a. 



ejus 



Johannes de Wark ft Cecilia yjC 



ejus 



Thomas de Cote ft Lucia vif ejus. 
WiUelmus seruiens ejus 
Johannes de Sandall' Alicia yiT 



ejus 



• •• • « 

ug.a. 

• • • • J 

]ig.a. 
uij.a. 

« • • • « 

mj.d. 



Thomas firater Edward! Johanna 

T^ ejus ii^.d. 

Johannes seruiens ejus . . . iiij.d. 

Robertus Pusofk ft Isabella v^ 

ejus iiij.c<. 

Johannes Halward . , . iiij.cf. 

Jacobus Wade .... iiij.d. 

Robertus del Work Agnes vif 

ejus . -. . . . \ m^.a. 



^ r Should be " Robertus Erie, Walhar," fto. 



' Now Sharlston. 



WAPPBKTAGIUM DE AGOEBBIG'. 



153 



Matilda MraictM ejiu . 
Kobefiiu Paiilw & Cecilia mil 



•Jua 



Thomas Wiygt' & Hagota \:C ejua 
JobaniMa Fox .... 
Agnci ftlia ejua « . 
JohaoiMs Wade Iiabella yx" ejus. 
JohaoDsa filioa RioArdi k Johanna 

T^ejua 

Johannea Wade k Margareta tx" 

ejua 

Johannea 6Uu8 ejus. . . 

Willelmua de Btrkea k Agnea riT 

ejus 

Juliana filia ejoa 

Emma filia ejus .... 

Willelmua seruiens ejus . . . 

Adam de Ayidale 

Maigareta seniiena ejua . . . 

Johjmnee de West 

Alicia filia ejua ... 

Willelmua Sisatard' 

Johannea Fox Sabina yiT ejua 

Johannes del Smeihe laoldavf^ 

ejus • • «... 
Kmma Stuite .... 
Johannea Kartere Johanna tT 

ejus 

Btephanua Smyth Alicia t:^ ejus . 
Bobertus flbimain Isolda yiT ejus 
Willelmua Kelan Margareta vjf 

^ns. . • • • • 
Kmia de Badesworth* . . 

Johannea Oxherd Anabolla rf 



ejus, 



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luj.a. 

uij.a. 
iiij.d 



Uij.a. 



Willelmua de Daltofl AUda yT 

ejua iiij.<f. 

Alicia Wslaa .... iiij.d. 

Alicia Bene mj.d. 

Simon Sdater Alida y^ ejua . iiij.<f. 
Agnes d(e) Brounnin . . iiiyd. 

Bmma Shepherd* .... iiij.c(. 
Adam de Wodhowae Magota nC 

mus iiij.d. 

Willelmua Willmot It Agnea y^ 

ejua ...... 

Johannea deBallehoas* Ceoilia nT 

ejua 

Elcma Royae .... 
Willelmua ffletcher laabeUa yx*^ 

ejua 

Rubertoa Sabynaofi Bmma yiT 

ejua iiy.<i. 

Johannes Taillour Johanna nC 

ejua iiij.ci. 

Hugo Swynherd' Johanna yjT 

ejua u^.a. 

Johannea Brtgge Eliiabet yx"^ ejus iiij.<f . 
Juliana Kjnkidogter . . iiij.<i. 

Synkyn doigter .... iiij.<i. 

Uena Wales ixiyd. 

Agnea Taillour .... iiij.c/. 
Johannes Riche Hatilda yx" ejus . itij.r/. 
Sybota Touraour . . iiij.f/. 



iiij.<<. 
Uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 
iiy.<f. 



Ricardus Portour k Johanna Ysf 

ejus mj.d. 

Mai^eria Tille iiij.<i 

Willelmus Souter . . . iiij.d^ 
Johannes filius Stephani . . . iiij.d 
Alicia Kyng' .... iiij.^C 
Thomaa ffleschehewer Emma vx*^ 

ejus Yj.<f. 

Johannea Bamefsder Alicia viT 

ejua iiiyd. 

Summa— xxY.a. viij <2. 



ViLLATa OB StANLAT. 

Adam Whete, TailUmr^ Alicia vr 

ejua Yj.cf. 

Johannes Bowyom k Alicia yjC 

ejus iiij.<l. 

Andreaa de StanUy MatUda viC 

ejus iiij.cC. 

Johannes Bojam KatUda tx^ ejua iiij.ci. 

Alicia filia ejus . '. • . mj.d. 

Bicardua Oldschewe . mi.d. 

Johannes BuDslet . ... iiiyd. 

Willelmus Borre .... iiiyd. 
Henricus Boyom' Johanna yx~ 

ejus iiij.<i. 

Bobertua Cokapour . . iiiyd. 
Johannes filiua Henrioi Johanna 

Y^ejuB myd. 

Bobertus filiua ejus . myd. 
Hugo Helipp% TayUmr, k Agnea 

Y^ejus Yj.d. 

Simon kochille .... iiiyd. 

Hawen Cropure k Gude yiT ejus . iiiyd. 

Bicardua atte Tonehend' . m}jd. 



(Membrane 82^ column 1.) 

Johannes Holdshrewe . . 

Johannes Kent Kwim/^a 

Alicia Filyp 

Bobertus Aubray, TaUlour 
Emmota filia ejus . 
Bobertus TYde Alicia y^ ejus 
Katerina filia ejua . 
Johannes Walet Alicia yiT ejus . 
Bobertua Harmy Emmota yx** 

ejua 

Johanna filia ejus . 
Johannes ^Mmfn Hatilda Yx'^ejua 
Johannes Filyp Matilda yz" ejus • 
Henricus Fil^ Alicia yx" ejus . . 
Johanna Penaofi .... 
Willelmua BausoA Johanna yiT 



uij.a. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 

YJ.rf. 

iuj.a. 
uij.a. 
iiij.4f. 

• • • • • 

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m^.d. 
Uxyd. 

• • • ■ • 

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mj.a. 
iig.aL 



ejua 



I 



Bobertua Souter Johanna yx" 



iiiyd. 



e)us 



Johannea Holdshrew Agnes nC 
ejus * 

Willelmus de Hngton, SomUr, 
Johanna yx* ejua • 



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Uij.a. 

Yj.rf. 



m 



WAPPBNTAOIUM DE AOQEBBIO. 



Willelmiis de Kendale A gnat riT 

•jus uij.a. 

Henricua Tythym uij.d. 

WiUelmiu Filip AlioiATz''ejut . iiiyd. 

AfcaeB Karter .... wi.d. 
Tbomas filius Jofaumis Alioia viC 

ejai ii]j.a. 

Joliannes Isbell* ICftgoto nC ejua . mi.d. 
Hugo Gimma (?) JohuiiiaTx''ejus, 

Taillimr TJ.cf. 

Adam aeruienfl ejus . . iii j.d 
Willelmiui Fonter Margareta ▼x*' 

ejua mj.d, 

Matilda aoror ejus . . iiij.d. 

Johannea filiua ejus . . iu}.d. 

Emmota Batill* .... mi.d. 
HenricuB filiua Jobannia Alicia v^ 

ejua iiij.d. 

Cecilia aeruiena ejua . . . iiij.cf. 
Holiuer Hankoo huabond Johanna 

▼i" ejua, TaiUour ^j.d, 
Johannea de Helay Margareta vjC 

ejua iiij.d. 

Alicia Hoabeme .... iiij.i. 

"Willelmua Nikaefi Agnea vif ejua ii^.d 

Alicia Tx" Jobannia Alaft . . iiij.d. 

Bobertua ^nker . . . . iuj-cf. 

Johannea iarter Johanna viT ejua iiij.d. 

Johannea Kade Johanna vi" ejua . mj.d, 
Willelmua Karter Emmota viT 

ejua iiij.<£. 

WiUelmuB Haileroft Alicia tx" 

m).d. 



ejua 



... . J 
mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 

• • • • « 

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uij.d 
ii^.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 



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■ • • • V 

iiij.a. 

• • • » « 

mj.a. 



Thomaa filiua Henrid Alicia tiT 

ejua . 
Robertua de Grene Alicia vx'^ejua 
Adam Pudaaj Johanna vjf ejua 
Thomaa Dey Alicia t^ ejua . 
Johannea Berbot Alicia vx"^ ejua 
Robertua Bewya Margareta t£' 

ejua 

Bogerua de Preaawe Alicia Yf 

ejua 

Alicia Penx^ 

Johannea Seuthwode Agnea yx'* 

ejua 

Bobertua Taillour Johanna viC 

cgua ilij.ct. 

Thomaa Birkyaohagha, Taillour, 

Margareta v^ ejua . . Tj.<2. 

Willelmua Sothdyf^ Smyth, Alicia 

▼x'^ejua . . . • . ▼j.d. 
Bobertua Baret Johanna tjT ejua . iiij.<2. 
Willelmua Shilwyn Agnea tiT ejua' wj.d, 
Robertua Malyfi .... iiij.d. 
Willelmua Sariaunt, Frankelayn, 

A&Yx'^ejua .... xl.fi. 
Willelmua Bronamyth* Johanna 

TiT^ua iiij.fi. 

Robertua Haghe, Souter. . . . iiij.fi. 
Thomaa Dikaoft .... ii^.fi. 



▼j.ci. 
iiij.ci. 



• • • • « 

u\).a» 

• • • • ■ 

mj.a. 

• ••• _» 

mj.a. 



yj.fi. 

• • • • • 

mj.<i. 
inj.d. 



Willelmua Ltppiahede, 8aiiier, 

Johanna yiC ejua . . • 

Johannea More, Wrpffh', Alicia 

Tjfejua 

Alicia de Mora 

Johannea Kliot k Johanna y^" 

ejua 

Agnea Olyot' ..... 
Johannea Kayller & M«got«T]f 

eiuB. ..... 

Willelmua Pogher, Tot^our, Alicia 

yifejua 

Matilda Forbuaohour . 

Agnea Karter 

Willelmua Luphede Johanna y^T. 

ejua mj.fi. 

Johannea Mariot iiij.(i. 

Johannea Lupyahed' Alicia vjT 

ejua iiij.ci. 

Johannea Lnpiahede iiij.d. 

Rogerua Bonne, Mctrchamd del 

bes, Juliana yjT ejua • . • xig.dL 
Johannea filiua Jobannia . iiij.fi. 

Johannea Bunne Johanna yif ejua iiij.dL 

Johannea Weatrop Juliana yx*" 

• ... . ■ 

ejua uij.ci. 

Johannea Sirelott Agnea y]f ejua . iiij.fi^ 

Henricua Malyn Cesot' yiT ejua . iiij.ci. 

Simon Bronamyth' . iiij.ii. 

Summa — xxxyiij.a. 



VlLLATA DM CxOFTOK*. 



Johannea Golye k Johanna yx* 

ejua ...... iiij.<i. 

Jaoobua filiua ejua . . . mj.d. 

Thomaa Cecilia yiT ejua iiij.A 

Willelmua filiua ejua . . iiij.d. 

Johanna filia ejua . iiij.fi. 

Johannea de Bradelay . . iiij.ci. 

Ricardua aeruiena ejua iiij.<i. 

Johanna aeruiena ejua . . . iiij.fi, 

Magota aeruiena ejua . . iiij.fi. 

Johannea de Dike Agnea y:C ejua iiij.fi. 

Robertua Man Mai^reta y±" ejua iiij.fi. 
Thomaa de Kokya laabella yjf 

ejua mj.<JL 

Margareta Bibatoft iiij.ci. 

laabella Oldfeld . . iiij.dL 
Alexander Wynk Margareta yx~ 

ejua mj.a. 

Robertua Wynk Margareta yx^ 

ejua mj.d. 

Hugo de Walea ft Johanna yjT 

ejua mj.dL 

R^ud Comer Johanna y:rejua . iiij.<i. 

Johanna filia ejua . iiij.c{. 



* 1 Should be Peny. 



• ? Should be Elyot. 



WiPPXKTAOIUlf DS iGGSBRIO*. 



166 



(HcmbniM 826, column 2.) 

WiUmiM SmTtli Johanna ynC 

^m ••••■• 
Bolwi tm fUioa ejus . 
WOkimas Kyng^ Johanna t:^ ajoa 
Bob«rtaa flliua ejiM 
JohamMB Wrigth iMbaUaTjT ajua 
WiUaLBmaftlioaejua • . 

Jobannaa lUiua ejua 
Bicardna LoUa^ Spicetf Alicia tx" 

ijna ...... 

BobariotWoUaT. 

B u f twu a Maaoft Johanna nT ^ua . 

Bobertna Darwant Johanna t^ 

• jna 

H«uieaa FHara, SoiUer^ Elisabeth 

▼^ ^Qiia 
JcbaniMa Ora Johanna ra" ejua . 
Alida Smyth .... 
WilUmoa Day ImbaUaTz" ejua . 
Jaooboa de Ljndeaay laabella tiT 

•jna 

Jaeoboa da Cojica Juliana riT 

^na 

Bicardna Fkaia k Johanna tx^ 



iiij.(<. 

• • • • a 

uij.a. 
ii^.d 
iiij.<j. 

• • • • m 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

iuj.a. 

• • • • • 

liy.a. 

vj.rf. 
iiij.ej. 

• « • • ■ 

uij.a. 

• « • « • 

mj.a. 



▼j.<<. 
iiij.d. 
iii^.<<. 
iiij.d. 

iiij.(i. 



eiua 
riUdmna 



WiUdmna da Faiyach* Agnea fiC 
ajna 



Benrieoa da Daltofi Agnea rC 

«rfiia 

Johaonaa Smyth Alicia Tx" ajna . 

Snmma— xiaij.a. iiy.d. 



iiy.<l 
uij.fi 



iiij^. 
iiij.(f. 



YuLaTA Shtball*. 



Sowwbal Alicia tx"^ ajna 

aaraicoaajna . 
Agnaa Chapnaii 
Banncna l<irtar • • • . 



Badalphna Tcog* Hoabond* Agnea 

TTejoai StmUr 
Vatilda malar ajna . . 
OanaTopUyff . . . . 
▲dam da Siubbaa . 
Jobaanaa fiaclier Oeoilia rf ejua 
Jobaimaa WoUala Matilda t^ 



ajna. . . . . . 

Bobartw da Mora laabeUa tx" 



iiij.d 

• • ■ • a 

uij.o. 

••• • • 

UIJ.O. 

itij.(f. 
iiij.<l 

TJ.(I. 

Uij.<l. 
iiij.<l 
iiij-df. 
iiij.<i. 

iiy.i. 



iUj.<i. 



Bdmnndoa Hambatgafanan Jo- 




hanna tiT ejui . 


iUj.<2. 


Afida filia Bugpda . . . 


iiij.(l. 


Wallania Botbwall* Johanna tT 




•r» 


Uij.<i. 


Jobamat da Laaglay Johanna tC 




^i- 


iWyd, 


ilicianeUe 


m.d. 


Kobaitai TatinaU* . . . 


ti^ui 



Ricardua da Weat' Agnaa tx" ejua 
Agnea filia ejua .... 
Agnea da Scbaunewik' . . 

Ricardua Shepherd Batrix tx*^ 

ejua 

Johannea Kawtard Matilda y^ 

ejua 

Thomaa Maoger Alicia Ti" ejua . 
Willelmua ffiietonmail . 
Magota aemiena ejua . . 

Riourdaa de BayldoA Agnes vx*" 

ejua 

Robertna fUina Johannia Smyth 

Agnes v^ ejua 
Johiuma seruiana ejua . 
Ricardua Warde Johanna tx"^ ejua 

Summa— X.J. i}.d. 



!ilj.dL 
iiij.<f. 
iiij.tf. 

iiij.<i. 

uij.a. 
iiij.(l. 
un.<2. 

lUJ.O. 

iUj.<f. 



... . • 
mj.a. 

iiij.cf. 

uij.a. 



VlLLATA WaTOS'. 



Johannea filina Filippi Agnea tx* 

ejua 

Adam Fleoher laabella tiT ejua . 
lUcardua Roper Johanna tx*^ ejua. 
Ricardua da Bank Isabella vjf 



ejua 



Galfridus Taulynr Maigeria Tif 
ejua . . 

Johannea Hsirod' Mariona Ti" 



ejus 



WiUahnoa da Ktrkby Elana tx" 

ejua . • 

Adam iUiua Betria Huaband Agnaa 

tC ejua 

Robartua ffontar Beatrix nT ajna 
Hugo Wynter Alicia rf ejua . . 
Johannea V^jnor laabella t^T ejua 
Willelmua TayU'waU' Mariona t:^ 

ejua 

Hfloricua Wrigib, Smuth, Alicia 

▼:f aiua 

Adam Laoarok Alida tC ejua 
Simon de W^a Beatrix t^ 



iiij.<i. 
iiij.<i. 

iiij.<C 
iUj.<i. 

mid. 

iiij.cli 

liij.dL 
iiij.<l. 
liij.dL 
iiij.ll. 

iiij.<i. 



ajua 



iUj.<l. 
mj.ll. 



m 



Johannea Plummar Elena t^ ejua iiu xL 
Beatrix TTIianrioi fllu Johannia. iUj.cl. 
Johannea Kyng*, Smjfik, Agnea 

T^ejua iilj.dL 

Johannes da Braytofi Mariona ▼z'^ 

ajua iiij.iL 

Johannea Fabar k Johanna nT 

ajua liiidL 

Thomaa Wrigth Isabella TiT ejua. illj.dL 
Jobaanaa da StoA k Mariona nT 

ejua iiij.A 

Johannea Huda Johanna r^ ejus. Hi^JL 

Johannea Norfolk' Alicia tiT e jua iiij.dL 

Summa^TiijA 



I 



156 



WAPPENTAGIUM DB AGGEBRIG'. 



YlLLATA DB HaIKTOM'.* 

Johannes Clerksoli vz** ejus . 
Ricardus Clerksofl Elena yiT ejus. 
Thomas filius Johannis Beatrix 

▼x~ ejus 

Johannes de Kirkham Alicia vx*^ 

ejus 

WiUelmus KlercsoA Johanna vx"^ 

ejus 

Johannes Homoti Margareta v:C 

ejus 

Robertas de Balne Cristiana vx"* 

ejus 

Adam Doughty Idonia yjC ejus . 
Johannes de fflaundres Johanna 

Yf ejus 

Margareta seruiens ejus 
Johannes de ffiaundre yx~ ejus. . 
Thomas Elys ft. Johanna vx" ejus . 
Johannes Plumbto (?) seruiens 

ejus 

Summa— iiij.«. iiij.(2. 



(Membrane 325, colunm 3.) 

VlLLATA Dl HOBBERO.' 



Thomas Magsofi 

AUcia HUr 

. Custancia seruiens ejus . 
Matilda seruiens ejus . 
Johannes Roys Margareta tx" ejus 
Bogerus Webeter, Taillour, Emota 

v±"ejus 

Johannes Tong\ Smythf Alicia 

vi^ejus .... 
Thomas filius ejus . 
Johannes Swayn Emmota y^ 

ejus 

Alicia Frere .... 
Johannes Wilson . 
Johannes Judd' AUcia rx" ejus 
Johannes Ricroft (?) Alicia vt" ejus 
. Waiehnus filius WiUelmi Alicia 

vx^ejus .... 
Willelmus Curie (?) Eua tx" ejus 
Alicia DiSe .... 
Thomas filius Henrici, Smyth 

Agnes vx" ejus 
Thomas filius Thome . 
Johannes seruiens ejus . 
Johannes RoUay EUsota tx" ejus 
Johannes seruiens ejus. 
Matilda Summan (?) 
, Robertus de BortoA, TaiUour, Jo 

hanna vx"" ejus 
Alicia v^ Johannis . 
Robertus filius ejus 



• • • • s 

luj.a. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 

• • • • « 

luj.a. 

• •• • • 

mj.a. 

« • • • f 

uiyd. 



• • • • 9 

uij.a. 



uij.a. 
mj.a. 

uij.a. 

• • • • « 

iiij.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 

■ ■ ■ « T 

mj.a. 



iuj.a. 

• • • • m 

111 J .a. 

• « • « « 

iiij.a. 

• • • • _• 

mj.a. 

• • • • J 

mj.a. 
Yj.d. 
vj.d. 

• • • • 9 

mj.a. 

• ■ ■ • « 

mj.a. 

« > • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
iiii.d. 
uiyd. 

• • - • • 

mj.a. 
wj.d. 
mj.a. 

Tyd. 
mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 
iiij.a. 

• • « • f 

mj.a. 
yj.d. 

• • • « • 

mj.a. 
iiij.a. 



WiUelmus Wulpfay. . . 

Hugo Clarke .... 
^Villelmus filius Uugonis. . . 
Johannes filius Ricardi Cliaot' t^ 

ejus .... 
Johannes Godhalle . . . . 
Johannes Elyssoft. 
Marot' Soewter • . > . 
Johannes Schewter Alic'a vxT 

ejus • ■ a • . • 
Johannes Hamyng* Alicia vx~ejuB 
Matilda filia ejus . • • . 
Willelmus Greyne, Taillour 
Johannes Whitt' ^?) Johanna yx" 

6JUB • « • • • 

An* Perkyn . . . • . 

Adam Perkyn 

Agnes Pyper .... 
Ricardus Shepherd* . . . . 
Thomas Clark Margareta vx'ejus. 
Adam Kitener Matilda yx" ejus, 

Wrigh', 

Johannes filius Ade Matilda yx~ 

6JUJ9 •••••• 

Johannes de Burtelay, Webster 
Johannes Child . . . . 
Robertus U raise .... 
Henricus Ibbotson Johanna y^ 

0JU8 • • • 

Cecilia Brone . . . . 
Johannes Femlay Alicia yx"^ ejus . 
Katerina Roklay . . 

Summa — xyiij«. yiij.ci 



VlLLATA DE SaNDALB. 

Ricardus Broune .... 
Johannes de Taywell' . . 

Johannes Diconsofi Johanna yx~ 

ejus 

WiUelmus 8nydaU' Matilda yx~ 

ejus . s . . . . 
Johannes Triske M^itilda yx" 

ejus 

Johannes de Norwich Johanna vx^ 

ejus 

Amicia filia ejus .... 
Johannes Thomsofi Agnes yx*" ejus 
Ricardus Sayuyll' Agnes yx'ejus . 
Edmundus filius Heiirici Alicia 

yjfejus 

Alida Uanook' .... 
Johanna soror ejus . 
WUlelmus Clerk Caterina vx'' ejus 
WiUelmus Stautohird" Margaret* 

yx'ejus 

Robertus de Okes Matilda yx" 

ejus 

Alicia yidua 



• • • • • 

mj.a. 
iiij.d. 

• > t • « 

mj.o. 

mj.a. 
iiij.(l 

• « • • m 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

mj.a. 
.... . 
mj.a. 

mj.a. 

yj,<t 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 

• * • • m 

itij.a. 
mj.a. 
iiijd. 

• • • • • 

mj.o. 
mj.a. 

• • • • » 

mj.a. 



• • • • « 

mj.o. 

yj.rf. 

mj.a. 

iig.d. 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 

• • • • • 

ug.a. 



■ * • » m 

mj.<I. 

• • • • • 

mjcf. 
liy.a. 

■ • • • • 

mj.a. 

• ■ • • • 

mj.o. 

• • • ■ • 

mj.o. 

• • • • J 

mja* 

iiij.^. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.(i. 
iiij.if. 

> • • • • 

• •• • « 

uij.d. 

• • • • « 

ui).d, 

• • • • * 

mj.a. 



' Now Acton. 



' I.e, Horbmy. 



> ? Should be Nautehini. 



WAPPENTAOIUM DB AQQEBRIO. 



157 



Wilkhiiiit Tafllour IhgoU t^ . 
JoluuiiMa Smyth AlieU t^ ejiu . 
Kobarttts Grajme AlieU wiT ejus . 
Thcmiaa fiUus •joM 
Rieardut TmIIout JohftooA nC 



•JOS 



JohuinM Lftunoe AnabelU rt" 

•JQS ...... 

Thomaa Broil Idonui Tifojus . . 
JuhannM Doiuyng* Uaitlda tx* 

ejos 

Adjtfn Idonia nC ejui . . 

^\ ilklmtiB Wilsoft AlieU v^Tejut . 
Willelmoi Amondeyn Juliana y^ 

igua 

JohaoDMcia Plagfawyk Eliaabeih 

Ti"ejaa 

JohaaxMt aeruient ejoa. 
JohaniMa Pl^^man Alicia t^T ejut 
BoberiiM Bonlayii laabella vt* 

ajua 

Johanma 6«gli«Ile Johanna wiT 

•jna. 

I. ▼iij.'l. 



iiiycL 

• •• • a 

iuj.a. 
iiij.<l. 
iiij.<2. 

Uij-d 



iiij.<f. 

myd, 

• t • • • 

iiij.a. 
iiij.(2. 
Uj.a. 

iiij.(<. 

iu)d, 
uij.a. 

m}.d. 



iiii.d. 



(ICembraoe 83, oolumn 1.) 
YiLLATA ni Warnbfeld'. * 

Johanoat flfrankja Anahilla tC 

ejua, Smj^ .... TJ.ef. 

Heuricua lemiaiis ejus . . iiij.fl?. 

M illelmus ■eniiens ejus . . iiij.<i. 

Tbomaa de Holme Alicia t^ ejus ii'iyd. 

Thomss ffrankT* Juliana wx" ejus iiij.rf. 

Robertua Tornour k Agnes rt 

ejus iiij.<l. 

Jobaones Cinoft ft Cecilia vx" ejus iui.d. 

Alicia Ikwyf * iu).d. 

Agne* Lowe .... iiij.e/. 

Cecilia ElisU iiij.4. 

Ilr>bflrtus Alius ejus i'liyd. 

Thomas Jonesofl Alicia tx" ejn« . InyL 

Tbomaa de Eland k Agnes vx ej ms 

Taylomr TJ.e^. 

Bobertus del Scfaagh' MatiKb vx^ 

... . • 

ejus • • liij.a. 

Johannes Lepar Emma yx" eji^ . iiij.tf. 

Adam ffrankys Bmm% vx" ejii^ . iiij.ri. 

Robertus Barkar Alicia vx" ejus . iiij.c/. 

Bobertus de Ardetlawe Elena vx* 

ejus iiij.//. 

Elena semiens ejus. . . iiij.</. 

Maiigeria '** tilia ejua . . iiij.<f . 

Thomaa seruiens ejus . . ui).d. 
Thomaa JonkynaoA lCargeri.i vx 

ejua iiij.<i. 

Bobertna lUins ejus . . iiij.<f. 

Johannes Lowe Matilda tiT ejita . iiij.c/. 



Henricus Hawkynne Agnes t^ 

ejus 

Riatrdus Wryght Agnea.yf" ejus 

Wrygth .... 
Johannes Mayney Cecilia vx" ejus 
Johannes seruiens ejus 
Johannes del Schagh' Agnes nT 

ejus 

Willelmns Cosyn 

Johannes Cosyn 

Robertus de Estfeld 

Alicia Schainke 

Adam Schankes Cecilia tx" ejus 

Willelmus de Esheholt' . 

Thomas ffiunkys Alicia yx" ejus 

Cecilia atte UaU' 

Johannes flrankys . 

Agnes seruiens ejus 

Johannes de Bradlay Hargeria tjT 

ejus .... 

Robertus del Hall' Margeria v£ 

ejus 

Alicia filia ejus . 

Johanna filia ejua 

Ricardus Chaster 

Johannes filius ejus 

Willelmus Spanald Isabella v^ 

ejus. .... 
Margeria Pene 
KobertuB P«)ket* & Alicia rx" ejus 
Willelmus del Mor' A MagoU vx" 

ejus .... 
Adam de PreHoli 
Johannes de Prestofl . 
Henricus de Chesterscbyr 
Thomas de Bradlay A Margeria 

vjf 

Margeria filia ejus . 
Ricardus de BurtoA A Isal>ella ^x" 
Summa~xxviij.«. xjL 



Uij.d. 

▼j.rf. 
iiij.df. 

• • • « « 

ivj.d. 

• • • • ■ 

iiij.a. 

• • • • m 

iiij.a. 

• ■ • • • 

luj.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 

« • • • a 

nij.a. 

• ■ • • ■ 

iiij.a. 
iiij.a. 
inj.a. 
uij a. 
iiij.d. 

iiij.cl. 

luj.a. 

• • • • • 

iiij.a. 
uij.a. 

• • * • « 

iiij.a. 
uij.a. 

■ • • • m 

uij.a. 
iiij.t:^. 
iiiyd. 

• • • • m 

luj.a. 
iiij.d. 
viyd. 
myd. 

• • • • _a 

UIJ .a. 

• • • • a 

inj.a. 
iiij.il. 



VlLLATA Dl ORiaSLSTO.M'.ll 

Andrea Spygenot* A Agnes wx" 

ejus 

Johannes de Dyrtoft A Alicia vf 

ejus 

Johannes de Andeslay k Matilda 

▼x" ejiiH 

Willelmus Deyne A Alicia t^* 

ejus 

Thomas Harpour and Agnes vf 

3 us 
lelmua Emmot' A Agnes vx^ 

ejus 

Thomas Qryse A Alicia t^* ejus . 

Johannes MasoA A Johanna rx 

ejus 



... . m 

iuj.a. 
liij.cf. 

• « • ■ a 

luj.a. 
ui},d. 



uij.a. 



inj.a. 
iiij.'i. 

• • • • # 

Ulj.tf. 



» Now Warmfield. 

* Query, if tlie above name (in ita con* 
tracted form M*ger'; is nut throughout 



this membrane inteodod for Margerata, 

not Msr^iiii. 

" Nuw Criggleston« 



153 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DE AQGEBRIQ. 



rx 



Thomu Andrewe ft Matilda tx 
Bobertua de Rylaj ft Agnes v£ 

•jua 

Hugo Wade ft Agnea yf ejus . . 
R<MMni8 Reeoft ft Alicia ▼jT ejua, 

Tapluur 

Robestua Garnya . 

Johannes Bell' ft Boae yi" ejua . 

Thomas Garnya .... 

Jaoobua Skyn 

Cecilia Whytebelt' 

Alicia Deyne 

MatUda filia ejus 

Thomaa Webeater ft Agnea v^" 

W^etter 

Johannea de Morehoua' ft Alicia 

▼aCejua . . .... 

Willelmus Broneamyth 

(Membrane 38, column 2.) 

Henrioua Bruneemyth 
Johanna seniiens ejus . 
Rioardus Walkeireft Johanna 

ejus, Walker 
Thomaa seruiens ejus . 
Maria Halifax . 
Rioardus Esset* . 
Magota de Quallay . 
Robertua Standlate 
Ceoilia seruiens ejus 
Alicia seruiens ejus . 
Thomaa Scutte ft Agnes ▼£* ejus . 
Robertus Alius ejua . 
Ricardua de Halyfaz ft Johanna 

TsT^'ua 

Johanna Qodeohylde . 
Willelmua Dey ft Agnea yf ejua 
Bobertua Nabelsoft ft Alicia yjf 

ajua . . . . 

Johanna Bate .... 
Johannea del More Alicia yx* ejua 
Johannea de By lay 
Adam filius ejus .... 
Johannes DioonsoA ft Agnes yjf 

ejus 

Thomaa Pynder ft Alicia riT ejus 
Johannea SawndersoA, Wtyth* 
Thomaa filiua ejua . 
Johannes del More, Jfcuof . . 
Johannea Qrenehode ft Alicia riT 

ejus 

Rioardus Valet* 

Robertua Stubber ft Agnea yjT 

ejua 

8amma^xyiij.9. 

VlLLATA DI WBTTEWODX. 

Willelmus Selito ft CeoUia yiT 

•jus, YTrrtA .... 

Isabella seruiens ejus 
Jurdanua Selito ft Johanna riT 
ejus, Smjflk .... 



uij.a. 
iiij.<f. 

• • • • J 

uij.a. 



iuj.d. 

• • • • m 

iuj.a. 

• • • • a 

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• • ■ « « 

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uij.a. 

• « • ■ m 

iuj.a. 

• • « • • 

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yj.<i 



.... • 
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• • • • * 

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mj.cf. 
uij.a. 

yj.c2. 

• • • • « 

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- •• • • 

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m 



iiiyd. 
mj.a. 
iiij.ei. 

• • • • • 

n\}.d, 

• • • • J 

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uij.a. 
uij.a. 

• • • • m 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
iiij.ci. 

mj.a. 

• • • • • 

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• • • • • 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
uij.a. 

mj.a. 

iiij.(2. 

yj.rf. 

• • • ft • 

mj.a. 
xij.d. 

iiij.A 
iiij.<l 

mj.ci. 



Johannes aeruiens ejua . . . 
Johannes de Myr'felde, Drapour 
Johannea seruiens ejus 
Johannes Selito ft Alicia yx~ ejua, 

Taylour 

Willelmus filius ejua . 
Bobertua Bate 

Robertua Selito .... 
Johanna filia ejua . 
Margeria de Gloghcowe 
Robertua SohepersoA 
Johsflna Touxys (f) . 
Willelmus Cok' ft y^ ejus . . 
Alicia Carter . . . . 
Oliua de Thorp' . . 
Johanna Lake .... 
Bobertua Lake ft Agnea y^ ejus, 

Taylour 

Johannes seruiens ejus 
Jonannea de Methelay ft Alicia 

yx'ejus, Webeater . . 

Thomas Couper ft Alicia nf ejua^ 

Wrytk' 

Johannea Wryth' ft Diomaia 7f 

ejua 

Alida del More .... 
Willelmus filius ejus . . 

Matilda filia ejus 
Hugo Champyofi ft Agnes vf* 

ejua 

Summa— ix.«. x.d. 



YHXATA DI NORXAXTO!!' CUM HoBPIT'. 



liijul. 

yj.dL 

iiij.il. 

yj.cl. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 

• • • • _» 

iuj.a. 
iiij.ii. 
mj.a. 

ft * • • _m 

iuj.a. 
iiij.d 
mj.a. 

ft • • • • 

tuj.a. 
iiij.<l 

• ft • • • 

mj.a. 

ft • • • » 

mj.a. 

vj.d, 
iiij.<f. 

yj.d. 

yj.d. 

iiij.<l. 

.... J 
mj.a. 

• ft • ft ^ 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

iUj.<f. 



Thomas de Manyngham ft flelicia 
yjT ejus, Marckant de Beetee, . 

Johannea Malet' .... 

Robertus Malet ft Emma yx*^ ejus, 
Drapour 

Rioardus Woderone ft Agnes vC 
ejus, Chapmam 

Willelmua de Nornuinton & Isa- 
bella yjf ejus, Smyth . . 

Johannea de Byistall' Juliana y^ 
ejua, Taylour .... 

Johannea Lak* ft Johanna yx"* ejua 

Adam Baker ft Beatrix v^ ejus . 

Johannea de Pyllyngtoli ft Mar- 
gareta yif . 

Margeria Mylner 

JohsAna de Ketyne 

Alicia Diconwyf 

Isabella filia ejus 

Thomaa BeU* ft Matilda yx" ejus 

Matilda Taylour 

Robertus Dobeoft 

Robertus Covehyrde 

Johanna de Ripoh 

(Membrane 88, column 8.) 



iiij.<l. 

zij.A 

Tij,d, 

Y}.d. 



yj.<l. 
iiij.<l. 

••• • • 

iig.a. 
\ii}.d, 

• ••ft ^ 

mj.a. 

.... • 
ug.a. 

iiij.d. 

ft • • • ft 

mj.(<. 
u«j.a. 

• • ■ ft _m 

mi.a. 

...» J 
mj.a. 

••• • • 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 



yj.rf. 
iii^.d. I 

I Emma Spondelep' 
yj.i^. ' Johanna Watdo^hter 



ftftft ft _m 

uxi^d. 

• •• • • 

mj.a. 



WAPPENTAOniM DB AOOEBRIG. 



159 



JcJiMHW Coberd ft JofaaDiu tiT 

€jaa 

Aflsn 8uDp0oii • . • • 
JobaosM PSiygtrd 4 Emm* rit 

•joa 

Bkwrdus da Lotalay k Criatiaiia 

TjTejaa 

Kmina da Sohapdaft . . 

Juliana filia ajna 
IfaoBuadaKatoft' . . . . 
iMbella Caitar . . . . 
Johaonaa Owtar k Agnaa ▼jTejut 
Rieardna Sehaphard ft Johanna nC 

ajoa 

J<»liaiuiaa Wodarona ft Agnaa vif | 

ajua, AUnu , , , ) 

Johaanaa da Eatoft' ft Johanna 

Tx^ajoa .... 
Alida Baker 
Johaanaa fiakar ft Margeria wiT 

ajoa . • . . . 
Gacilsa Blia cgna . 
WiUalmua Bakar ft Juliana tz* 

ajoa 

Alieia Caratoftinrf 

Rkaidoa d(a) Bolhea ft ImbeUa 



Y:raiaa 
^ dabyujmg 
Adam dal HaU' ft Alicia tx* ejua 



Fogo da Byll; 



iiij.({. 

■ • • • » 

mj.a. 

iiij.<i. 

iiij.<i. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 
Uij.a. 
iiij.a. 

• • • • J 

u]j.a. 

uij.a. 

dimid. 

marc. 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 

iiiyd. 
utj.a. 

luj.a. 

• • ■ • a 

u\).a. 

uij.a. 
iu).d. 

• • • • ■ 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 

iiiyd. 
uij.a. 

• • • • • 

iiij.a. 

• •• • a 

mj.a. 

• « • • • 

iuj.a. 
iiiyd. 



Tbomaa Smjth* ft Alieia rx" ajua 
Johanna filia ajua . . 
WillaliaQa TaUaaoA ft InbalU wiT 

ajoa .... 
Thomaa Talleaoft 
KMoa liBpar ... 
Johaoaaa 0ofaaoA ft Agnea tx^ 

tgoa ..... 
Agnaa Dobioft ... 
Villalniua da Bcatoft k Elana t^ 

ajoa 

Bobartoa Wnvth' ft Matilda vt 

ajoa iiij a. 

ThonaaCutar . . iiij.<^. 

Hanricoa Mjlnar ft Elana viTejiia iiij.rf. 

Johaana Dobtoil .... iiij.rf. 

Somma— zzvij.!. 



Viixa Ds Sbttltvotom'. 

Jobaaaaa Amyaa tenior ft Alicia 

TiT ajoa, Fimynkalayn xl.rf. 
Johaanaa Amyaa jonior. .lAir- 

trAammi ij.4. 

Robcrtoa Btythalay, Wtytk' . tj.i<. 
VUlalmaa Adaaiaoft ft Alicia rz* 

irjoa luya. 

Rinrdoa Beiaoft ft A gnaa tz" cj ua iiij . d, 
Johaaaaa Halwya ft Alicia vz" 

ajoa aiyd. 



Johannaa Cosyn ft Agnas riT ajoa iiJj.<f. 

Johannes Peae ft Alicia t^ ejua . iiij.(i. 

Adam Rose ft Agnea y^T ejua . . ujj-^'- 

^Villelmua Dipay. . . iiij.d. 

Thomaa Corebryg^ ft Agnea vif 

ejua . . ... uij.o. 

Wiflelmoa Alaynaofi . . . iiij.<f. 

Adam Coke (f) .... iiij.<f. 

Nicholaa de Mathelay . . iiij.cf. 

Johannea Walker ft Agnea rx 

ejua uij.a. 

Johannea Donnok' ft Agnea tz* 

ejua iiij-d. 

Johannea da Badforth* ft Johanna 

vjT uij.a. 

Hugo Bakbrouna ft Alicia nC 

ejua uij.a. 

Willelmua da Badforth* . iiij.<<. 

Johannea Machufi ft A gnes tiT ejua iiij.if . 
Willelmua BamyU* ft Agnes vr 

ejua iiij.d. 

Adam Bemyll* ft ICargeria vx" 

. .... J 

ejua uij.a. 

Willelmue filiue Thome . . . iuyd, 

Tbomaa iryacbei' . iiiij.i. 

Agnes de Benglay . . . uxyd. 

Johannes Wytere . iiij.J. 

Rubertus Machon . . . iiij.<i. 

Johannes Hygyngh* iiij.cC 

Willelmua Crappe . . . iiiyd. 

Rieardus Thomessofi . . \iiyd. 

Robertua de Clyf* ft Agnes Tjf 

ejus uij.a. 

Johannea de Clyf . iiij.cf. 

Johanneft Colsoft ft Amida vx" 

ejua uij.tf. 

Thomaa de Mosseley ft Agnes rf 

ajua IV^.' 

Johannea Malaoh . . iiiyd, 

Johannes filiua Thome ft Alicia 

T^ ejus iiij .if. 

Robertua Jakaoh .... ii^.d. 

Stephanus Thure . ... iitj.£f. 

Johanna Erie .... iii}ji. 

Alicia Whyta . .... iiij.<l. 
Sununa^xriij.^. ij.fi. 



(Membrsna 836, column 1.) 
Tai.ATa DB Hrtun'.^ 

Rioardoa dal Woda ft AguM t^ 

ajua iiij.4. 

Robertua HeroA ft Johanna tz" 

ejua i\ii*d, 

Rieardus de Buriay ft Alicia tx 

ejus iiij.d. 

Hugo de Ingelworth* ft Johanna 

Tz** ajna ii\i.d. 



» /. f. Kirkllaaton. 



160 



WAPPSNTAGIUM DE AGOEBRIGf'. 



WillelmuB Dolyppe ic Agnes yiT 

ejus iiij.(2. 

Thomas Biyche ft Alicia yiC 

ejus uij.d. 

WillelmuB de CopeUy & Agnes vx*" 

ejus mj.d. 

Thomas de fforeet' & Agnes yx" 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Alicia Alisaundere . i ij.tf. 

Willelmua de Whytewode iiij.d. 

Henricua Thomesofi . . . iiij.cf. 

Johannes Norre .... iiij.<2. 

Thomas de Heayll' . . . iiij.^f. 

Johannes d(e) Naburfl . . . iiij.d. 

Robertua Voket & Alicia tx" ejua. iuj.d. 
Ricardus Broune & Agnes y:C 

ejua iiij.cl. 

Johannes Sootte k Alicia v^ejus. uij.d. 
Johannes de Dyghtoli &, Alicia Tf* 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Rioaxxlus de Dyghtoft . . . iiij.^. 

Isabella de HeUyngworth' iiij.ci. 

Maiigareta Bryae . uiyd. 

Johimnes Dolyf . . . iiij.(2. 

Johannes de Rouley . . . i\^.d. 

Willelmua DyghtoA . . iiij.rf. 

Sibilla de Tong* .... iiij.d. 
Summa — viiJA mj.d. 



VnxATA DE Walton*. 

Johannes Qretheued* k Alicia y:C 

ejus, Frankeleyn . . . . jl.d. 
Adam del Stokes & Agnes v^ ejus, 

Spicer xij.rf. 

Thomas de Waltofi, Drapowr^ k 

Alicia v£ ejus . . . xij.ef. 

Johannes de Uepworth, Smyth, k 

Isabella vjf ejua vj.d. 

Adam Stagg* k Agnes yiT ejus . myd. 
Johannes Ferour k Isabella tiT 

ejus iiij.d 

Robertus del Mylne k Johanna 

vx" ejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus Herdheued* k Johanna 

vx ejus mj.rf. 

Henricus del Myre . . m].d. 

Johannes Schephyrd' k Agnes vx"* 

ejus iiij.fi. 

Ricardus de North* k Agnes yx* 

ejus iiy.ef. 

Willelmus Longlegh' k Alicia yx" 

ejus iiij.(2. 

Thomas de Longlegh k Alicia tsT 

ejus mj.a. 

WiUelmus Thomesofi . . . iiij.(£. 
Johanna Bynethefeld' . . . iiij.<2. 
Anabilla de Dynet . . . . m},d. 
Elena Crouder .... iiij.rf. 
Elena Tomedoghter . . . iiij.rf. 
Matilda ffiamyng*. . . iiij.o;. 

Summa — x.«. x.</. 



VnXATA DK LeFTOV'. 

Ricardus Lasoy k Agnes yx*^ ejus, 

Taylour 

Johannes del Hole k Emma Yi* 

clUB • • • • • • 

Willelmus del Hole k Agnes y^ 

Ojufl ■ • • « • • 

Johannes Cok' k Emma y±^ ejur. 
Johannes Qibsofi k Isabella vx" 



TJ.ll. 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 
inyd. 

luj.a. 



ejus 

Rioirdus de Gaukethorpe k Isa- 

bella Y^ ejus . . . . iii}.d. 
Johannes del Qraunge . iiij.cf. 

Laurenciusde Stayntoh k Isabella 

Y^ ejus, Marchant del Bestes . xij.d. 
Thomas Taylour k Agnes yx"^ 

ejus iiij.d. 

Johannes Cok' k Isabella yiT ejus iui,d. 
Willelmus de Wyrkeley k Agnes 

Y^ejus, Taylour . YJ.cl. 

Adam de Hoptofi k Alicia yx"' 

ejus mj.a. 



Johannes de Ronlay k Johanna 

YxTejus iiij.<2. 

Margeria de Hetofl . iiij.tE. 

Johanna del Croffe iiij.d. 

Agnes de Qrene iiij.<f. 

Elizabeth de Schepplay iiij.cf. 

Johannes Lasse iiij.<f. 

Agnes Wxyght' .... iiij.d. 

Matilda de I^eptofi . . . iilj.d. 

Katerina filia ejus uij.d. 

Johanna Taylour . . . iiij.0l. 

Johanna de Hepworth' iiij.d. 

Margeria Qraunt* • iiij.ct. 

(Membrane 836,' column 2.) 

Johannes Sootte .... ilij.tf. 

Matilda filia Willelmi . . iiiyd. 

Summa— x.<. 



Whttelat. 

Robertus de Whytelay & Agnes 
YiT ejus, Taylour . . YJ.d, 

Robertus de Westland' k Alicia 
Yx'^ejus inyd, 

Ricardus del Grene k Agnes yx^ 
ejus mj.a. 

Johannes Moldsoft k Alicia yiT 



ejua 

Johannes de Skelmerthorp' k Jo- 
hanna nC ejus . . . . 

Willelmus Schephyrd' k Agnes 
Y^ ejus 

Thomas Adamaoii . 

Johannea filiua ejua . 

Thomas Palmer k Alicia yx"^ ejua. 

Adam del Hyrst* k Alicia viT 

Hugo ffox k Agnes yx" ejus . . 

WiUelmus de Byngley . 



• • • • • 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 

• • • • « 

lltj.O. 

iiij.a. 

• • • • • 

UlJ.ff. 

• • • • • 

iiij.a. 

• ■ • * • 

mj.a. 

• • • • « 

iiij.a. 

■ • • • « 

ii^.a. 



WAPPENTAOIUH D£ AQOKBRIQ . 



161 



Hugo Machoft ft Joluuiiia yiC ejut 
ThocDM llox . • • • 
iMbalU d(e) WhTteley 
Mar^n/km rjT Joliaimis Hende 
WUlclmoa del Grena 
ImMU Sdiaphyrd* . 
Johanna Notare 
da BjngUj 

Bummft — Tj-J. x^. 



VILL4TA Dl CoMBXBWOIITB'. 

RobatioB da RjaUy ft Agnea t^ 
ajaa 

WUklmna Joaop' ft Agnaa viT 
ajna 

JolianttM TomaaoA ft Alicia t^ 



iiy.<i. 
iiij.(i. 

Ulj.a. 
Ulj.a. 

• • • • 9 

uij.o. 

• •• • a 

Ulj.a. 



iiij.d. 



miJ, 



Wilklmna da Liphauad' ft Alicia 
▼iTajoa 

Tbomaa Milnar ft laabalk nC 
ajna 

WftHama dal Broma 

Johanoaa Alook* 

OaUridoa Nadeaooa 

Johannaa Thomaaaoft . . 

Agnaa Uttnt' .... 

JoliannaB Jaaop' ft Alicia tiT ajua 

Jctkaana fllia 

Jithannea d« Rylaj ft Agnes nT . 

Aitnea da Rylaj 

Adam da Hynchaclyf ' . 
ajua . . 

r. luj.a. 



iUj.<i. 

iuj.a. 

\]i\,d, 
iiij.(f. 
Ulj.a. 
Ulj.a. 
Ulj.a. 
Ulj.a. 
iiij.<<. 
Ulj.a. 

mid. 

• •• • a 

iuj.a. 
Ulj.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 



VlLLATA D« BtKTOM'.'* 

Johanoaa Peddar ft Agnea tz" 

cjiia ..».*. 
Johanoaa Tajlour ft llarKareta nf 

•jua 

Tbomaa Haljnaon ft Agnea riT . 
Rieardiia Jonei ft laabeua tx* ejus 
Robartoa da Rjlca ft Alicia v^ 

•jua 

Thomaa Eldefeld* ft AlicU x^ 

•jua ...«•* 
Oilbartoa Oryma . . . . 
Adam PraBteman. 
Johanoaa de Rentolea ft Agnea tiT 
Robcriua Tollar ft Johanna vx^ 

eiua • . . . < . 
Thomaa Dioonaofi ft Isabella tx* . 
Adam Walkar ft Agnea Tx^ejua . 
Hatiricua Walkar ft Margnreta tx" 

ajua 

Tbomaa Leydeman 



.... ■ 
uij.a. 



iaj.rf. 

Ulj.rl. 

• • • • t 

luj.a. 

ijy.(^. 

Ulj.a. 
iiij.^ 
uij.a. 

Ulj.'/. 
Ulj.rf. 

• • » • • 

uij.rt. 
iiij.rf. 

• « • • • 

Ulj.a, 
ujj.a. 



Rogfrna Walker . 
Ricardus de Thomelay 
Matilda Kane 
Elisabetha Kena • 
Johanna Bene 
Alicia Bene 
Isabella Bene 
Ricardus Peddar 
H argareU del North* 
Johsona filia Juliana 
Alicia filia Juliana 
Elena Soonnell* 
Alicia saruiena ajua 
Johanna fllia ajua . 
Johannaa M ychell' ft Agnea tC 
Bumma — ^ix.«. ynyd 



. iiij.<l. 

. Ulj.a. 

. Ulj.a. 

. Ulj.a. 

. Ulj.a. 

. iuj.a. 

. uij.a. 

. uij.a 

. iiy.(iL 

. iiij.cf. 

.... J 

. 111^ .a. 

t • • • • 

. iuj.a. 

. Uij.<l. 

. iig.d. 

• iiy.c(. 



(Mambrana 836, column 8.) 

ViLLATA DB SCBKLLAT. 

Johannaa de Houlay ft Agnea r^" 

ajua, Sm^* .... r^^d, 

Willalmua saruiena ajua . . . liij.cf. 

Margeria del Wroo '* . • ini,d, 

Adam Turuar . , . • ii^.d, 

RobartuB de WodhousT . iitj.ti. 

Johannaa Alot' ft Agnes yiT ejus . ii^jd, 

Thomaa Mercer ft Alicia t:C ejua . iiij.<<. 

Emma de B^rkya • . iiij.d 

Robertus fihus ejua . . . . iUj-<'^ 

Willelmua del Mero ft Agnea rf . iig.<i. 

Willalmua del Chaumbur . . iiij.</. 

Alicia samiens ejus . . . iig-tl 

Ricardus del Bjrka . . . iiij.d 

Agnea del £gge • . . • iiij.ci 

Adam Dam pit* .... iiij-d. 

Thomas Ketson ... U^.dL 

Willelmus filius ejua . . . iiy.c£. 
Thomaa MoreaoA ft Alida t^ 

ejua iiij.r/. 

Robertus Wortleyroan . . . iiij.<i. 

Robertus de Holay, Soiiter . . vj.d. 

Matilda Colser .... iiild. 

Robertus del Hole . . itij.r/. 
Summa— vij.<. Tiij.c/. 



VlLLATA TbUBSTANLAVO*. 

Robertas de Stokus ft Alicia nC 

ejus, WebcHer .... v}.d» 
Joliannea de Stokea ft Agnes riC 

ejus iiij r^ 

Juhaunea de Reylay ft Agnes vx" 

ejus iiijV* 

Ricardus de Meltham . . . itij.rC 
Adam Cubbok' ft Johanna viT 

ejua liij '^ 



** /.<. KirkBurtiin. 



i« r ShouU be *<del Wroo.' 



v«»i. Tl. 



162 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB AGQBBRIG . 



Johannes Bage k Alicia vjf ejiu . 
Adam HuddeaoH &, Agnes yjT 

ejus ..... 
Johannes Honyot 
Ricardus de Brokeholus & Alicia 

Yx" ejus .... 
Willelmus del Masse . 
Thomas de Meltham 
Johannes de Meltham & Alicia 

V ^ ■ • • • • 

Ag^es del Marehe 
Johanna del Stokes 
Johannes Mylner 
Johannes HudsoA 
.Johannes Base 

Bumma — v.s. z.(l. 



iiij.a. 
nij.a. 

• • « ■ « 

uij.a. 
luj.a. 

• • • • « 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 

... • J 
mj.a. 

uij.a. 

■ • • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• ■ « • « 

wj.o. 

• • • ■ _9 

lUJUt. 



VlLLATA DE SOHXPLAY. 

Willelmus de Scheplay k Alicia 

▼if ejus, Marchair . 
Willelmus de Wollsy k Agnes viC 

OjUB ■ • • • • • 

Johannes Elkoo' k Agnes viT 

Willelmus filius Johannis . . 
Johannes filius Stephani 
Henricus Magsoll 
Willelmus del West' k Agnee t^ 
ejus ...... 

Adam Siluester* . . . . 

Johannes Judsoft .... 

. JiicarduB Lettell' k Agnes vif ejus 
Beatrix de Rylay 
Kmma Nurys .... 

Margeria filia ejus . . . 

Willelmus de Wortelay 
Johannes Sthephensoli (tic) . . 
Magota del West' 
Johannes de Burcheley . . . 
Adam Willeman .... 

Mai^eria seruiens ejus . . 

Summa — vij.«. 



zij.cf. 

a*. . y 

mj.a. 

lUJ.rf. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • I 

mj.o. 

• •• • m 

mj.a. 

• • • ■ « 

mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• •• • « 

mj.a. 

• • ■ • m 

in}.d. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.d. 



(Membrane 84, column 1.) 

VlLLATA Dl ObSBT. 

Thomas Wodhowse 
Willelmus filius Ricardi . . . 
Thomas de Westerton, Marckant 
Kobertus Hyruyng* k vx^ ejus . 
Alicia filia ejus . . . . 
Johannes de fifernlay 
Matilda de fiemlay . . . 

Willelmus de Hill' k vsT ejus . 
Thomas Hogg' k vx" ejus . . 
Willelmus filius ^ugoni k vt" 
ejus, TaUlour .... 
Willelmus de Balne k YiC ejus « 



• ■ • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
xij.cf. 

t • • • « 

mj.a. 

• • p • « 

luj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • « « 

u^.a. 
mj.a. 

vj.rf. 
uij.a. 



Willelmus Halane k vx'^ejus 
Adam iSchephird' k yt" ejus 
Thomas de Hyll* k yjT ejus 
Johannes Norwod k vx" ejus • 
Magota Wilbome 
Hugo Ranald* .... 
Matilda Swansoft . 
Adam filius Thome k y£ ejus 
Johannes Bull' k y^" ejus, Soutter 
Alicia Margery . 
Ancilla Willelmi "Richard 
Johannes Wod' k vx" ejus, Wrigh' 
Johannes Hardgat k tsT ejus 
Willelmus filius Johannis k yjT 

ejus . . . r « 
Eaterina ancilla ejus . 
Ricardus filius Johannis, Smifth* 
Alicia ancilla ejus 
Johannes JudsoA k yjT ejus . 
Isabella filia ejus . 
Thomas filius Willelmi k yx' ejus 
Willelmus Butt k ▼x'^ejus, Tail- 

Icur 

Ricardus Mawnfill' k yx ejus . 

Hugo Malsoii k vx ejus 

Henricus Hawkisue 

Elizabetha de Balne . 

Alicia Hardgat 

Thomas Hyruyng k y:C ejus 

Alicia Swaynsoft 

Ricardus atte ye Thounhende 

Johannes de Clatofi 

Willelmus fibster .& yjT ejus 

Magota de Hetoii 

Alicia filia ejus . 

Johannes Wylbor junior . 

Magota Scott' 

Johannes Mawsell* k y:C ejus . 

Hugo Soot & yx*" ejus . 

Thomas Grene k vx^ejuSy Walker 

Alicia y:C Hugonis . 

Ricardus filius Hugonis, Smyth* 

Alicia de Morlay 

Agnes Cowper 

Ricsrdus Hyrueryng* {sic) k vx 

ejus, Souier .... 
Willelmus filius ejus . 
Ricardus Malynsoft k vjT ejus 
Adam filius Johannis . 
Johannes de Grene k yx" ejus, 

Wrffgh* . . • . 
Johannes Wilbore k y:C ejus . 
Willelmus Discheforth k yx" ejus 
Johannes filius Thome k vjf ejus, 

Couper .... 
Robert us Somafi k vx" ejus 
Matilda de Lokytofi 
Thomas fiUus ejus . 
Hugo filius ejus . 
Johanna filia ejus . 
Thomas Dyschforth' k yx ejus 

WalUr .... 
Ricardus Willesofi . 
Alicia de Merlay . 
Johannes del Wodde k y^ ejus 



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WAPPENTAGIUM DB AOaEBRIO'. 



163 



JohuuiM Hardgaia k yiT ejus • \i\}.d. 

WiUelmtts Jon«M>ft at ▼t'ejus . iiiyd, 

KttWin* anoUk ▼i'ejiu («t«) . . W].d, 

Samnw^xxTij-i. x.(i. 



(Membnna 84, oolumn 2.) 

ViLLATA DR ThORNBILL*. 



JofaaniiM Denay Xary r:C ejus, 

5i>ia«r 

AUda da Wbittel«7 . . 

Kioardus dal Qrona 
Agnas da NewMom. Wfbiter 
Juhaonaa.da Lak' MatUda tx* 

ajua .... * 

Johaanaa Strangar .... 
WilUlmoa CunoA 
Johannaa Curaofl junior . 
AlieUJudaDogfatar . 
WiUalmoa dal Orena, Wrgght' {tie), 

iL Baatriz wx ajua . 
Alicia Tayloor 
Adam Waiyn k Caoilia riT ajua, 

Tailiomr 

Johaanaa Wairn 

Tbomaa Shephird ft Bfargarota 

TiT ajoa, SouUr 
WiUdmuB Oaunia . . 
PecUia Hjn* .... 
WUlalmufl Cartar k Matilda rT 

ajua, WehaUr . • 

Wtilalmoji dal Kychyn 
Jfihaooaa Loket 
Rliabatha Wryglit . 
Johannaa Day k r:C ajui . . 
ICargarata Aljma .... 
RobcTiuB Cartar k Agnaa rx" ajua 
Johannca Walkar 
Afcoaa da Whetlay, Webster . . 
Heorieua Pynder 
AToea Taylour 
Hugo Alaynaofk k Johanna v^ 

•jua, NailUr . • • • 
WilUlmaa Hnahonaoft . . 

Johannai Wykarman,^* Ta^flour, 

k Mar^uata yt ajua . . . 
RUoadaTong^ .... 
Kioardua Sbaphird* k AgQa4 tx" 

cjua 
Almarioa da Sotill* 
Uaaricua Tliomlynaoft, Xayler, 

Johanna tx* ajua . . 

WiUalmua Wryghi k Baatrix tx" 

ajua 

Johaanaa Spanoar k Alicia riT 

ajua • 

Juhaaaaa Coopar k Johanna tx* 

ajoa 



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Willalmufl Shaphlrd* k Agnea vsT 

ajua 

Alicia Sbrp* (ac) >' 
Margarata Machob . . 
Ricardua Symsoft k Matilda viT 

ajui 

Willalmua Kyng* . 

Thomaa SwayaUnd k Matilda viT 

ajua 

Anabilla Parkar . 

Agnaa dal Grana 

^tilda Ibotdoghtar . 

Adam dal Kyohin k Johanna y^ 

ajua, 7*ay^tw 
Alanua KargiU* 
Ricardua Symaoft . 

Johannaa Danay . . . 
Johannaa Sprynca . 
Galfndua dal Tiaghea k Matilda 

▼jfajua .... 
Matilda Gadda 
Johanna Gadda . 
Johannaa Prynca k Matilda viT 

ajaa 

Hanriooi del Kychyn k Alicia ytC 

ajua 

Johannaa Kemp' k Alicia yiC 

ajua 

Willelmua Stranger 
Johanna Stranger junior . 
Willelmui Cartar junior k Elena 

T:f ajua .... 
Johanna Stranger aanior . 
Johannea Emaofl, Taffl^tur, k Ma- 
tilda yiC ajua . 
Johannaa Kyng* 
Johannai Couantra Johanna rC 

ajua 

Johannaa Strynger, Nayler 



(Membrane 34, oolumn 3.) 



Johannea Riohardaoft k Cecilia 

▼t*ejua .... 
Thomaa Tyaa k AUoia yiT ejus 
Rogerua Haaaaholf ' k laabelU vx"" 

ejua 

Caoilia Sapa .... 
Johannaa Uolyngfaage lenior 
! Petrua de Gaunt 

Thomaa Nyoboll* . 
I Willalmua fflouachargh' k Marga* 
r<*ta rf ajua 
Johannea Uolyughega junior 
Cacilu Cokwald' 
, Johannaa Botha . 

Summa — xxvj.#. yyK 



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164 



WAPPENTAOIUM DE AGOEBRIO'. 



ViLLATA DE AlLTOFTKS. 

Johanues Morm&n k MatiUla v:C 

ejus . . • . 
Johannes Swyer fc Matilda vf 

ejus 

Adam Dodworih k Margareta viC 

ejus, Wryyhi' 
Beatrix filia eorundem. 
Alicia Heland .... 
Willelmus Malkynsofl ft Agnes 

Tx'^ejns .... 
Thomas Knottyngman & Matilda 

vx"" ejus .... 
Johannes Knottyng' senior & Jo- 
hanna vifejus, TayUmr . 
Agnes seruiens ejus 
Johannes Knottyng' junior . 
Robertus Emsofl 
Johanna Weston . 
Hugo SymsoA k Agnes tiT ejus 
Johannes Lyndessay k Matilda 

vx"'ejus .... 
Michael Grayne k Alicia Tf 

ejus 

Johannes Broum . 

Willelmus Michel k Johanna vx" 



ejus 



Willelmus Potter k Elixabetha 

vx^ejus .... 
Alicia de Byltofi . 
Matilda de Rowlay 
Henricus Payne k Alicia vx*' ejus 
Kobertus Wyldgoee k Agnes xf 

ejus, Souter 
Alicia Wyldguse . 
Willelmus Taylour k Matilda viC 

ejus 

Ricardus Souter k Johanna vjC 

ejus 

Johanna Emys 

Henricus Howesaoii k Johanna 

vx" ejus .... 
Isabella Hate .... 
Kicardus Nayler k Cecilia \x 

ejus 

Johannes Dauyman k Auida v^" 

ejus 

Johannes Mode k Isabella yjC 

ejus 

Robertus Smyth de Altoftes k 

Cecilia y:C ejus 
Henricus d(e) Southorp' k Cris 

tiana vx~ ejus . 
Johannes Nayler k Juliana tx 

ejus 

Thomas Nayler Elena vx^ejus 
Juliana filia corundum. 
Johanna soror ejusdem Juliane 
Johannes Lepar k Anabilla vx"* 

ejus 

Agnes filia ejus 
Thomas Taylour k Alicia ▼sT' ejus 
Johannes LaIc' & Cecilia vx"^ ejus . 
Johannes de Trland 



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ejus iiij.rf. 

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Alicia I^par .... illj.d, 

Beatrix Holay iiij.cf. 

Johannes Tilly k Elena vx" ejus, 

Shippewryghi .... v\.d. 

Johannes Cowhird . . • iiij.t^. 

Isabella seruiens Johanms Tilly . inyd. 

Johannes Wryght iiij.^. 

Thomas de Surii k Beatrix vx" 

. .... . 

ejus mj.a. 



(Membrane 346, column 1.) 

Thomas Nellesoft k Alicia vx^ 

ejus iiij.(l. 

Robertus Nellesoft k Matilda yx"" 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Robertus del Heth* . . . iiij.ri. 
Isabella seruiens Robert! Nellesofi i\i}.d. 
Johannes Smyth k Agnes vx"* 

ejus iiij.ef. 

Johannes Webster &; Johanna vC 

ejus \\\}.d, 

Johannes de SouttoA k Johanna 

▼x~ejus m].d, 

Robertus filios Johannis k Emma 

vx" ejus, SouUr . . . vj.rf. 

Robertus Carter . . . inyd. 

Rogerus Smyth' Agnes vx" ejus . iig.of. 

Agnes Kemester .... iiiyd. 

8umma~zxj.«. ^yd. 



YlLLkTA DE rrLOCTON*. 

Johannes EdmondsoA . iiij.rf. 

Thomas del Ouerhalle k Johanna 

▼X ejus uija. 

Willelmus Wryght k Johanna yiT 

ejus mj.a. 

Edroundus de £3octofi k Katerina 

YiC ejus, Souter . . . vj.d. 

Ricardus Elcok* k Cecilia tsT ejus, 

Taylour V}.d. 

Adam seruiens ejusdem Ricardi . iiij.(2. 
Alicia de BjrnglHy . . . . ilij.d. 
Alicia Perkyn .... iiij.if. 
Sibilla que fuit vsT Ricardi Souter iiij.<2. 
Anabilla filia ejusdem Sibille . . iiij.<2. 
Willelmus Kumtoli & Matilda vx" 

ejus iiij.d. 

Agnes filia Johannis Horeknaue . uij.d, 
Edmundus Jaosoli k Margareta 

vx'^ejus iiij.<£. 

Willelmus Cook', Barker . . yj.d. 
Robertus seruiens ejusdem Will- 

elmi myd. 

Johannes de Almanbyry k Marga- 
reta vx- ejus .... iiij.rf. 
Willelmus Wryght' k Diot' vx" 

ejus, Tayloar . . . . vj.rf. 



WAPPENTAOIUM DE AGGKBRIG 



165 



Roberioi Mruieiu ejuadetn Will- 
•Imi. . . . • . 

JohaoiiM MyliMr ft Diot' t:^ ejus, 
Som/er 

Thomaa •emiens ejusdom Johan* 



xij.(l. 



A<lam aeniieiia ejiudem Jolumnifl 
A<l«n sflruiens ejuwleni Johumia 
Johanna aeraieiia ejuadem JohaDr 



Johannaa Perkynaoft aeoior . 
Jobannea Perky oaoft junior ft 
KUxabetha tjT ejua. Junior 

AgBW ^ Seweaebyry . 

il«»ricna Shephird' 

Hcorieua Wryghi ft Jobaooa tx^ 

ejua 

WUIalmua de Hanlay ft Margareta 

YiT ejtia ..... 
Amida Marchand* 

Sumina— ^.f. iiij.<f. 



VlLLATA DE HOLMFBITH. 

Rioardua AUokaoft ft vif ejua 
Tbomaa CiMoft ft vx^ ejus . . 
WQIelmus Couper ft tJT ejua 
WtUelmuN Benet ft ^tiT ejua . . 
^'iltolmus de Holme ft vi" ejus . 
Rioardua de Rodes ft viT ejus 
Tbomaa de Rodes ft vjT ejua . . 
Tbomaa de Coldwell' ft yiT ejus . 
Joba&nea de Bemby ft tiT ejus . 
Jobaooea Smyth ft Johanna y^ 
ejua .... 

Tbomaa de Mourboua ft tx" ejus . 
Jobannea Edmunaoh ft t^ ejus . 
JobaBoea de Rode ft tiT ejua . . 
Rioardua de Uoxle^* ft tiT ejus . 
Robartos de Stauelegb ft Tf ejus . 
Tbomaa Lrynley ft nt ejua 
Tbomaa Tbynker ft tx" ejus . . 
Adam TbomassoA ft 'wiT ejus 
Bdmundus Rogeraoh ft viT ejus . 
Jiibanoea Tynker' ft rx** ejus . . 
Thomas de Boterley ft Ti* ejus . 
WiUelmus Matbeu ft tjT ejua 
Rjcardua de Qrene ft tiT ejua . . 
Tbomaa Boodrode ft rC ejua 



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Wnialmoa AlenaoA ft t^ ejua . iiij.i<. 
Johannes da UynebecIylT ft tjT 

ejua iiij.ci. 

JobanacB Pcnaoft ft t^ ejua . . VA'yd, 

Jobannea RyoetbpiUe* ft vx" ejua m,d, 

Adam Wylis ft vx^ ejus . nij.<i. 

Rieardua Co«iper ft tx'^ ejua . . iiij.rf. I 

Adam Wade ft w\ ejus iiij.'/. 

Rieardua de Bothe ft vx" ejua . . m},d. ■ 



Matbeu Robert ft vx*^ ejus . iiij.^. 

WillelmuB Barouneft vx''ejus . . iiij.^. 

Johannes Nayler ft vjT ejua . iiij.<i. 

Kicarduii Taylour ft vif ejus . . iiij.rf. 

Adam de Wode ft ▼x*' ejus . . iiij.^^. 

Robertus de Dam* ft v^ . . iiij.r/. 

Johannes Bnde ft vsT ejus . . iiij.</. 

WiUelmus de Bromchill' ft vr 
ejus iiij.f/. 

Johannes deHiir ft Tx" ejus . iiij.c/. 

Johannes de Litylwode ft tjT 
ejus m}.d, 

Johannes Hayward ft v^ ejus . inyd. 

Adam de Grene ft vx* . . . iiij.rf. 

Thomas Tarlour ft vr ejua . . myd, 

Johannes Hemchagh' ft vx" ejus . liij.r/. 

Thomas de Motlawe ft tx" . . iiij.r/. 

Robertus Loukes ft vx ejus . iig.c^. 

Tbomaa Wade ft vxT ejus . . iuj.f/. 

Johannes Babell' ft vfejus . . nxyd, 

Thomas Sclater ft viT ejus . . itij.r/. 

Willeknus Wilkocaoh ft vx* ejus . iiij.f/. 

Thomas Akarland' ft vx* . iiij.e/. 

RicardusLytilwod'ft vx^ejus' . \\iyL 

Jobannea Mokoc ft vx* ejus . iiij.r/. 

WUlelmus de LiUlwod* ft vx* ejus iiij.r/. 

Willeknus deAreulland'. . . iiij.</. 

Thomaa de Bothe ft vjT ejus . iiij.c/. 
Adam de Bothe ft vx* ejua . . myL 
Adam Jepaoh (f) ft vx" ejim . iiij.r/. 

Rieardua de Brodhed ft \x ejua . iiij.r/. 
Johannes de L'emeslay ft vjT ejua . iiij.c/. 
Hicardus de llyncheclir ft vx* . iiij.r/. 
Johannes ffelagh' ft vjT ejus . . iiij.t/. 
WiUelmus de HynehecUff* ft vi^ 

ejus iiij.(f. 

WiUelmus Roger ft vjT ejus . . iiij.c/. 
Thomas Wade ft vr ejus . . iiij.r/. 
Adam Soutar ft v^ ejua . . iiij.c/. 
Galfridua Benet ft viC ejus . . iiij.rf. 
Johannes DiconaoA . . iiij.^. 

Johannes Thomassoh . . iiij.d 

Rogerus de Morehous . . iiij.dL 

Johsnnes de Coldwell* . iiij.(/. 

Johannes Alynaoft .... iiij.r/. 
Jobannea de Bothe . iiij.r/. 

Adam de Bothe .... iiiji/. 
Matheus de Romadeyn . Uij.r/. 

PetrusLord' iuj.rf. 

WUlelmus Haywaid' . . iiij.</. 

Johaoncs de Dam* .... uij.</. 
MagoU de Cartirortb . . iiij.r/. 

MagoU filia ejua .... iiij.</. 
MagotaWnryn .... iuj.rf. 
AnabUlaCoU' .... Uij.</. 

WUlelmus Diconsoft . . iiij.</. 

MaUldaRaroun .... iiij.rf. 
Auicia de NabV . . . Uij.*/. 

Johanna ftlii ejua .... iiij.r/. 
WiUelmus Soutereoh . . uij.rf. 

WiUelmus MalynaoA . . iuj.r/. 

Isabella Souier .... iiij.r/. 
WUlelmua DiconaoA . . . iiij.r/. 
WiUelmus de BrannhuU* . uij.r/. 

Johanna de Butha . ... iiij.r/. 



166 



WAPPEKTAGIUM BE AG0EBBIG\ 



Agnes de Grene . . i . ii^.c^i 

Agnes de Grene . . .1 uVyd, 

Alicia Clis doghter . . • iiij.(/f 

Alicia Tynger iiij.(2. 

Matilda Wylkyndoghter . iiij.<£. 

Johannes Jacsoii ... iiij.(£. 

Agnes Rakw[y]fe iiij.cf. 

Diet* Elyndoghter . . iiij.ei. 



(Membrane Mf, column 8.) 



Johanna Kyng'doghter. . 
Thomas Moketer . 
Alicia de Hole. 
Agnes de Crauen. 
Magota Thomas doghter . 

Summa — xxxvj. i. 



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ViLLATA Dl MeYDLAY.>" 

Johannes Lund k Kit* vx* ejus, 

Souter ..... 
Johannes Brom* & Eaterina vx^ 

ejus 

Alicia Kuyght .... 
Matilda filia ejus . 
Johannes seruiens k Isabella vx"^ 
Willelmus seruiens ejus . . . 
Johannes Carltoli Isabella vx" ejus, 

Souter 

Johannes filius ejus . . 

Bogerus seruiens ejus . 
Cecilia seruiens ejus . . 

Willelmus Broun & Magota tjT 

ejus 

Alicia Palden iiij.<f. 

Diot' UaBoh .... iiij.r£. 
Johannes Samptoft, Jurator, k 

Johanna vx*^ ejus . . . . iiij.(2. 
Bogerus Broun Annot' vx" ejus . iiij.^. 
Diot' seruiens . . . . iiij.rf. 
Cissot* seruiens Thome Helys . . iiij.<2. 
Annot' Cykhous . . . . iiij.d 

Alicia Porter iiij.rf. 

Bobertus Ryyir* .... iiij'.d. 
Thomas Hek k Matilda v^ . . iiij.d 
Johannes Webster k Elena vx"^ 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Hugo DubUy k Alicia yjC ejus . iiij.cf. 
Adam Broun k Diot' vif ejus . uij.d. 
Thcmas Qwytwod k Matilda vx"' 

ejus, Souter . . , vj.d. 

Willelmus Halyfax k Johanna vx*' 

ejus iiii.d. 

.lohannes Holt k Elizabetha vx" 

ejus iiij:rf. 

Johannes Labum Magota vx~ ejus iiij.d. 



Bobertus Huso& ... 

Johannes Summa (?) k Isabella 
T^ejus . . . « • 
Adam Norman • . . . 
Johannes Qweldall' 
Thomas in the Hyme Johanna vx 
Thomas seruiens . • 
Johannes Wamfold' Annot' vi^ 

Johannes Popclay k M'old tit 

ejus 

Johannes Kyslav .... 

Isabella Manalr 

Johannes Auisson k Isabella yx" 

m 

0Ju8 ■•#••» 

Cecilia Boyom* . . . . 
Adam Spen k yjT ejus. 
Willelmus filius Boberti . . . 
Johannes Wardall' Johanna rx 

ejus, Wryght . . . . 
Hugo Caylle, Marchant de SeaUa 
Johannes seruiens . . 
Bioardus Lone Margareto r^ 

ejus .*..•• 
Bimrdus filius ejus . 
Johannes Bawdwyn Johanna yx 

ejus, Souter * . 
Johannes Pran k Maxgareta ▼x"' 

ejus . . . '. . . 
Bobertus Hall' Annot* T^ ejus . 
Johannes Soot .... 
Thomas Smyth' k Alicia vif ejus, 

Barker 

Johannes More k Alicia yif ejus . 
Elyna filia ejus .... 
Bobertus Wryght' Annot' yx** 

ejus 

Willelmus Law k Matilda vjf 

ejus, Smyth* .... 
Bobertus Bolt Annot* yif ejus . 
Bobertus Smyth Mai^gareta yif 

ejus 

Cristiana Wryght' . . 
Hugo Gud' Emmota vjf ejus 
Bobertus Holt Cecilia v]f ejus . 
Johannes Clay Magota vx'^ejns . 
Johannes Hawsthorp Annot' vx"" 

ejus 

Henricus Carter Annot' vx'*' ejus . 

Cecilia Gud' 

Thomas NicoU' Annot' tx" ejus, 

Wryghf 

Willelmus Thornton Johanna vx"* 

ejus, Souter . . 

Hugo Gud' Annot' vx" ejus . 
Henricus Armlay Eua vx** . . 
Annof Lund' .... 
Bobertus Presman Johanna vaT 



iiij.(2. 

iiij.<£« 
iiiyd, 
iiij.<£. 

• • • • J 

mj.a. 
iiij.<£. 

liij.d 

iiij.<f. 
]iij.(2. 

• •• • J 

mj.a. 

u^.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • • 

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• • • • m 

mj.a. 

xij.e{. 
x\.d, 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 

... . f 
mj.a. 

• • • ■ « 

mj.a. 

vj.rf. 

iiij.c?. 

• • • • • 

mj.o. 
iiij.(/. 

vyd. 
.... . 
mj.a. 

mj.a. 

■ • • • • 

mjo. 
vj.rf. 

• • • • * 

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• • • • « 

mj.a. 



mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • 1 

mj.ff. 

• • • • B 

mj.a. 

• • B • * 

mj. 



ejus 



Bogerus Wakfeld' Beatrix v:C 
ejus 



mj.a. 
mj.a. 

vj.d. 

vj.rf. 

B • • • • 

mj.a. 

• • • • ■ 

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• • « • f 

m^.d. 

• • • • • 

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mj.rf. 



^» /.c. Methley. 



WAPPENTAOIUM D£ AQOEBIUG . 



167 



(Membnne 34^ — tJt. a flmsU dip 
aiUch«d to membrmne 84.) 

ThoiDM Vwoii k. Matild* tz" ejus, 

Barker TL\\.d, 

Adam WyodMll' k iMbelU yiT 

ejoa iiij.cf. 

Rkaidus Sw«rd* k Aticia Ti" ejuB iiij.<<. 
JohumM \jggef k Johanna tx" 

•jus iiij.({. 

WiUebnua aerk* k HagoU t:^ 

•jua, WebeMtr .... ▼}.<<. 
Robertas Halyday ft Emma tiT 

ejus 
JohaniMi BoUyBg' & Isabella vr 

91110 ••**•• 

Hugo Broun k Alicia r^ ejus. . 
Johannes Ckrtwryghi k Isabella 

wiT ejus, Bonier 
Willelmus Ptan k Cecilia y^T ejus, 

owrtBtr 
Adam IVest* k Johanna yf ejus, 

Tajflemr ..... 
Johannes Pesmareh' ^ . 

Klisabetha sentiens ejus 
Johannes Duke 

Thomas Lam k Alicia tx" ejus . 
Hugo Snytair k Johanna Tf 

ejus .•.*•• 
Willelmaa Plmn k Agnes Tt^ejus, 

Mf^ricer 

Pjnuer .... 
Samma^zzxTJ.^. 



(Membrane 35, column 1.) 
Nobtb' Cbossbuoid'. 

Hentictts Benneman k Johanna 
Tx* ejus, Marckanf de BcmUm . 

Willelmus del Ermytache** k 
Agnes nT ejus .... 

Oilbertosdel Mors k Agnes tx'' 
ejus 

Thomas ds Oonehall* k Alicia tx*^ 



•jus 



Johannes de Dsotoft k Agnes rsC 

^iis 
Johannes ds Rooley k Emma t^ 

ejus ..•••• 
Adam DiconsoA k Johanna tx" 

ejus 
Johannes Milosr k Agnes t±" 

ejus 

Kacardus de Crosseland* . . . 
Johannes Bretwell' k Cecilia vjT 

•jus. . . • . . 
Thomss de Qoldhill* k Agnss vr 

ejus 



iiij.d 

iiij.d. 
uij.a. 

▼j.<i. 

yj,d, 

xij.d. 
iiij.a. 
iiij.d. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 

luj.a. 

▼j.rf. 
iiij.cj. 



xlj(2. 
iUj.rf. 
mj.a. 
iiij.<£. 



mi.d. 

luj.o. 
iiij.f/. 

iiij.</. 

iiij.r/. 

iiij.f/. 
iiij.'i. 



Willelmus Ardland' k Agnes vx" 

ejus V}):^' 

Rogerus Dey k Johanna tx"^ ejus . iiij.r/. 
Johannes de Hungate, Smyth* y}.d. 

Ricardus del More k Agnes yjT 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Ricardus Benild' k Johanna yiT 

ejus iiij.cf. 

Summa — yys. '^xl. 



VlLLATA OV HaUMKLBT.** 

Johannes Bondrode k Alicia v^ 

ejus inj.d, 

Uenrious Irenherde k Johanna 

▼3f lllj.rf. 

Rogerus Couper k Alicia t^ ejus iiij.c/. 
Johannes Dene k Agnes t^ ejus, ixij.d. 
Adam del Stone k Aiicia tiT ejus iiij.e/. 
Thomas Judsofl k Agnes vjT ejus iitj.(/. 
Adam de Hakenay k Agnes yiC 

Sus uij.a. 
elmus de flfeney k Isabella 

Tjfejus uij.rf. 

Willelmus Uerdeschelf ft Dionisia 

vifejus iiij.rf. 

WiUelmus de fforeet* k Alicia viT 

ejus . • • iiij.». 

Johanna (tie) Halle ftAgnea ▼x'ejiia 'wyd» 
WUlelmus WUltwofi k Isabella vx*^ 

ejus ixij.d, 

Thomss Walker k Agnes viTejufi. uiyd, 
Thomas de Ireland* k Alicia tx" 

ejus iiiyd. 

Adam de ShitlyngtoA k Johanna 

TjTejus iiij.rf. 

Johnnnes Reny k Alicia tiT ejus . myd, 
Willelmus Fumes k Isabella vx" 

ejus . . . iiij.fi. 

Willelmus de Ireland* . . . iiiyd. 
Henricus Rayerd* . ... iiij.f/. 
Willelmus Hansoft k Johanna yx** 

ejus iiij.'/. 

WiUelmus Walker k IsabeUa vx" 

ejus iiij.c/. 

Johannes Bondrod' k Alicia vx" 

ejus iiij.^. 

Willelmus Otesoh k Cecilia wx" 

ejus ti\).'f. 

Elixabetha de Wellehiir . iiiyd. 

Summa — Tiij.!. 



Viixa Di rrARKELAT Tyas. 



Johannes Kay k MargarcU tx* 

ejus, ffrankeleyn . 
Henricus Bibbe k Agnos vx" fjus. 



iiiyd. 



** I.t, ArmyUgOk 



^ It, lloiiley. 



168 



WAPPBNTAQIUM DE AOGEBRIO'. 



JohanneB ffliweli k Alici* yx 

ejuB iUj.c2. 

Adam de fiany & Iiabella yjl 

ejus iiij.(2. 

Thomas Cobok* & Alioia vx** ejus . iiij.ci. 

Juhanaes Tyas & Agnes vt^ ejus . iiij.e^. 

Thomas DisoA & Juliana tx*" ejus mj.d. 

WillehnuB Dawesofi k Cecilia yx 

ejus iiij.(£. 

Alicia Vtdue iiij.cf. 

Willelmus Belou .... iiij.c^. 

Alicia Sclaster iiij.<2. 

Johannes seruiens Johannis Kaye mj.d. 

Agnes seruiens Johannis Kaje iiij.<i. 
Summa — vij.i. iiij.d. 



ViLLATA DE CbOSSELAKDFOBSE. 

Willelmus de Bergh* k Isabella 

y£ ejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus de Bergh' junior . . \n).d. 
Willelmus Walker k Isabella tx^ 

ejus iiij.d 

Thomas Lokewod' k Isabella yjC 

ejus ...... ii]j.(2. 

Thomas de Coeseland' (ne) . . mj.d, 
Johannes de Dentofl k Alicia yjT 

ejus iiij.ef. 



(Membrane 35, column 2.) 

Simon de Akirland* k Emma Yf 
ejus 

Willelmus de Lokewod' . . , 

Thomas Sclaster .... 

Adam Disofi 

Johannes de Bautre 

Johannes de Brydeley . . 

Johannes Smyth' &* Isabella yiC 
ejus 

Elisabetha de Lynwayte . . . 

Cristiana de Appelyerde 

Matheus Walkerre . 

Summa— y.«. iiij.rf. 



• • • * • 

nij.a. 
m^.d, 

• » • • • 

uij.a. 

■ • ■ • m 

m^.d, 

• • • • V 

Ulj.<2. 

mj.d. 

.... « 
uij.d. 

uij.a. 

• • • ■ « 

uij.a. 
mj.d. 



ViLLATA DM HkLTBAM. 

Johannes de Dendby k Isabella 

vx-ejua iiij.rf. 

Thomas Qodeman k Agnes yiC 

•ju» iiij.rf. 

Willelmus deMeller . . . iiij.<;. 
Johannes de Hoderfeld' k Isabella 

▼^ejus iiij.(i. 

Thomas M ichell' k Isabella v^ 

ej"« iiij.rf. 



Thomas de Siluantolk . . 

Adam DiconsoA «... 
Willelmus Salter k AlicU vx" 



ejus 



WiUelmus de Siluerstersofl {tie) k 

Agnes Ti" ejus . 
Willelmus Gudemaa . « 

Johannes del Gastell' k Alicia yjT 



iiij.<f. 

• « • • • 

uij.a. 
iuj.<;. 



ejus 



Nicholaus de Derlegh' k Alicia 

vjT ejus 

Johannes SmythesoS . 
Johannes Smyth' k Alioia y£ ejus 
Willelmus de Honelay . 
Bicardus Hynne k Alicia vf ejus 
Thomas seruiens ejus 
Matilda Marioft . 
Emma de Brenneley 
Adam de Dendby 
Johannes de Dendby 
Thomas EyngesoA 
Johannes ThekhousT 
Thomas filius ejus 

Summa— yiij.«. 



ViLLATA Dl QUSBKNBT. 

Willelmus del Stopp* k Alioia vx 
ejus 

Rioardus Tumour k Agnes v£ 
ejus 

Amida de Hekirtoii 

Johannes Sele k Agnes txT ejus 

Johannes Date 

Nicholaus Wechyn 

Isabella seruiens Willelmi de 
Querenby . 

Thomas Thewelesse 

Matilda Masoft 

Henricus de Lelay 

Robertus del Wode . 



iiij.<f. 
mj.a. 

iiij.i2. 



Johannes seruiens ejus 

Thomas de Nottofl-* 

Magota de Derfell' 

Robertus de Batelay k Agnes vx^ 

ejus 

Johannes de Haught k Agnes yiC 

ejus 

Robertus Bate k Alioia yT" ejus 
Johannes de Dentofi . 
Elisabeth de Bockecroft' . 
WiUelmus del Okes 
Johannes de Hole . . . 

Ricardus Swyfte k Juliana vx^ 

ejus 

Henricus Questonerode " k Ci 

cilia yx*^ .... 
Robertus Kayler . 
Isabella Deweir 



Uij.(2. 
mj.a. 

• ■ • ■ ■ 

mj.a. 

■ • • « • 

mj.aL 

• • « • • 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

■ • • • • 

iiij.a. 
mj.d. 

■ • • • ■ 

mj.d. 
utj.a. 
mj.d. 



iiij.d. 

iiij.d. 
mj.d, 

■ • • • m 

m).d. 

• • • • ■ 

uij.a. 

• « • • • 

iuj.a. 

iiij\(2. 
iiij.d. 

• • • • • 

iuj.a. 

■ •• • • 

mj.(f. 

• « • • m 

UlJ.d. 

■ • • • « 

in^.d, 

• • • • • 

iuj.a. 
mj.a. 

iiij.d. 

...» « 
mj.a. 



• • • ■ m 

nij.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 

• • • « s 

mj.d, 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 
mj.d, 

mj.a. 



.... * 
mj.a. 

• ■ • • « 

mj.a. 

• •• • • 

wj.a. 



" Query " Noctoh." 



» ? /.«. « QuesUon Road." 



WAPPENTAQIUM DE AQQEBRIQ . 



169 



JobuuMsM More 
RobwtM DtttwoA . 
Hmom* DmuoA . 
Jiihmnnm dtl Hint' . 
Kanna d« DaltoA . 
WilUniiia TonwoS . 
WilMmiM Colkr . 
Hqgo Souter • 



(Membrane Z5, oolumn 8.) 

Tbomas de Lockewod* 

Alicia d« CoppelAy . 

TIkndm QwyUcree 

AdaiD do Lyodeky . 

Matilda Oowen' . 

MargaivU Niooldoghter 

Wiilolmae de Neltofl 

Johannee JackeeoA . 

WflUliiiui Beryer & Agnea jiT 

ejiu . 
AgDce de Braythewell* 
ItMaidua Tomotir 
Bieardna del Uaye k Alicia tiC 

•jus 
TKomaa del Haye 
Adam de Hegerton . 
Adam Qwyacree {rie) 
leabella Bylegh* 
C4«ilia de Nurtbelaod* 
Johanoea de Cauthorb 
Matilda GudeUr . 
Tbomaa de Welle . 
Bicaidua Godfaaf. 

gumma — xTiij.f, 



ViLLATA DB EMLAT. 

iohaanei de WhiUeUy k AlicU 
Willelmua de Wodbooi^ k Agnea 

Henricua del 8yke k Alicia tjT 

ejua 

Johannea Miohell* k Magola y£ 

ejua 

Kieanlua Alcok' k Johanna ▼£ 

ejua 

Jobaooee de Kirkeby k Magota 

vjTejua .... 
lliomaa Oraynciob k Agnea rt 

ejoa 

Edmondoa Milner k AnaUUa tjT 



iiij.if. 
iiij.a. 

• • ♦ • ^ 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 
mj.a. 



iiij.d. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 
uij.a. 

• • ■ • • 

luj.a. 
uij.a. 

• •• • • 

iiij.a. 

• • • • ■ 

uij.a. 
iii}.d, 

Uij.(£. 
luj.a. 

• • • • ■ 

uij.a. 
iiij.d 

• ■ • • • 

mj.a. 
uij.a. 
iuj.a. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 

• • • • m 

Uij.a. 
Mij.a. 

• • • • • 

luj.a. 

• • • « • 

uij.a. 



qua 
Jobaanea Beane k Cecilia ti* ejue 
Kieaidua BogMft k Johanna tx 

•i 




Robertua Alcok' k Agnea y£ ejua 
Thomaa Popofi k AOcia vx* ejua 
Ricardua Taylour k Alicia yjC 

ejua. . . . . . 

Johannea ffelagb' k Alicia viT ejua 
Willelmua Knyght* k Cecilia vi" 

ejua 

Adam Graner k Cecilia u£ ejua . 
Henricua Jacaofi k DioDiaiavifejua 
Rogerua Clerk* k Isabella vx*^ ejua 
Johannea de Bhattofi k Margeria 

YiC ejus . 
Ricardua Knotte k laabella t£ 

ejua 
Johannea Crapha k Johanna Tf 

ejua 

Johannea del Wroo k Agnea vx" 

ejua .... 

Johannea Clerk' k Alicia yx ejus 
Johannea Keng' k Dioniaia vx 

ejua . 
WiUelmua Philipao& k Juliana 

r£ ejua .... 
Johannes Roeaelyn k Magota ▼£ 

ejua. 
Adam Bonfrere 
Jobaonee Bonfrere 
Magota Coesyn 
Isabella Coesyn . 
Thomaa del Wroo . 
Johannea Smyth* 
Willelmua Leche 
WUlelmus Web^st«r 
Ricardua de Kirkeby 
Agnea Bonny 
Mergareta Shepherd' 
JohMina Chete . 
Johanna del Wroo . 

Summa— xigt. iiij.«l. 



illiJ. 
mj.a. 

.... J 
mj.a. 

wj.a. 

uij.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • ■ ■ 

mj.a. 

• • • • J 

mj.a. 

uij.a. 

liij.c/. 

iiij.«2. 

mj.<c. 
iiij.(^. 

uij.a. 

... . • 
mj.a. 

• • •• a 

mj.a. 

• • • • a 

mj.a. 
uij.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • m 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 

■ • • • • 

uij.a. 
mj.a. 
iii}.d, 
mj.a. 
iiij.r^. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 
mj.a. 



uij.a. 



(Membrane 856, column 1.) 

VlLLATA Dk ALMAHBBaT.*' 

Thomaa de Uokkea k Cecilia tx" 

ejua iiij.<l. 

Pelrua de Thorp' k Alicia tx" 

ejua ....•• iii}.d. 
Johannea de Thorp' iiij.(i. 

Johannea de Neuaom k Agnea tx^ 

ejua Uij.<l. 

Johannea Taylour k Cecilia tx" 

ejua mj.a. 

Johannea del Wodde k Agnea vx"^ 

ejua iiij.if. 

Mergnreta de fTeyney . iiij.il. 

Juhannea Clareuaux k Johanna 

vx^ejua iiij.<l. 



" i.f. Almond bury. 



170 



WAPPSNTAGIIXM DE AGGEBRIO'. 



Iflabella filla ejus . . . uiyd. 

Gilbertus de Holyngbrig* . . iii}.d. 

Johannes £Bouth' .... iiij.(2. 
Robertus %theler & Cecilia tz"' 

ejus m}.d. 

Johannes Hudeeofi & Cecilia vx"* 

ejufl mj.d. 

WiUelmuB Beruiena ejus . . . iiii.o^. 

Agnes de ffenej .... ui}.d. 

Adam Walker iiij.d 

Symon fflemyng' 8l Johanna y£' 

ejus iiij.c£. 

Johannes de Hepworth' k Agnes 

▼X ejus Siij.a. 

Robertus HughsoA ft Alicia vx*" 

ejus inyd. 

Sibilla de ffeney . . . . iiijuf. 

Alicia Halyday .... iiij.d 

Petrus Hudesone . . . . iiij.cf. 
Robertus fflescher k Agnes Yit 

ejus iiij.d 

Magota del CasteU' . . . mj.d. 
Thomas de ffeney ft Alicia vx'*' 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Adam de Daltoft uiyd. 

Willelmus de Longlegh . iiij.tf. 

Nicholaus Whyte . . . iiij.rf. 

WillelmusdelWodde, Wryghi . vj.rf. 
Willelmus de ffeney ft Alicia vx'^ 

ejuBf Smyth' .... vj.rf. 

Johannes Daud* . . iiij.rf. 
Summa — x.«. viij.rf. 



ViLLATA BB SlaXTHWAYT'." 

Willelmus de Bridelay ft MatUda 

vf ejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus filius ejus . . . ii^j.rf. 

Emma filia ejus . . . iiij.d. 

Willelmus Uawyne ft Alicia v:^ 

ejus iiij.ff. 

WiUelmus filius ejus . . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes filius ejus . . iiij.rf. 

Adam del West' ft Johanna vx"^ 

Ulj.O. 

• • • • « 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 

■ • ■ ■ • 

uij.a. 
Uij.a. 

Ulj.ll. 

iiij.rf. 



ejus 

Thomas de^Northland* ft Alicia vx" 



ejus 



• 



Johannes Campioh ft Agnes vx 

Thomas seniiens ejus . . 

Hu^ del Lymbe ft Alicia vx~ 

ejus 

Henricus del Hole ft Matilda vx*" 

6JU8 « • • 

Alanus Godeyere ft Magota v^" 

ejus 

Summa — iiij.«. iiij.rf. 



YlLLATA DB HoDBBFELO*.** 

Johannes de Mirfeld* ft Agnes vx"" 

ejus, Marchant ij.«. 

Rioirdus de Botheiod' ft Alicia vjf 

ejus, Wryght ... vj.rf. 

Adam Haonesofl ft Agnes vx'^ejos, 

Smyth* vj.rf. 

Johannes de Blakebume ft Cecilia 

vx'^ejus, Souter , vj.rf. 

Johannes Gledhowe, Taylowr vj.rf. 

Johannes de Grenewode ft Agnes 

vx^ ejus, fiBirmour de Graunge . xij.rf. 
Johannes Milner & Agnes yiC ejus iiij.rf. 
Robertus Rose ft Johanna vjT ejus iiij.rf. 
Thomas Hudsofi ft Alicia vx^ejus iiij.rf. 
Johannes AnnotsoA ft Agnes V]f 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Johannes de Copelay ft Cecilia vx*^ 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Henricus Bythebroke ft Johanna 

vjTejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus Bythdbroke ft Cecilia 

V3f ejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus Rose ft Agnes viT ejus . iiij.rf. 
Robertus de Lyghtfeld* ft Alicia 

vx*^ ejus iiij.rf. 

Henricus Milner ft Agnes vx'^ejus iiij.rf. 
Meigareta de Battelay . . iiij.rf. 



(Membrane S56, column 2.) 

Adam Diotsofi ft Cecilia yiC ejus iiij.rf. 
Johannes Bayner ft Agnes vx"" ejus iiij.rf. 
Johannes de Bergh' ft Johanna 

vx" ejus iiij.rf. 

Johannes de ffisumelay . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes Lyghtriche ft Cecilia viT 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Johannes de Wykers** ft Johanna 

vifejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus Hardgate ft Cecilia vx"" 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Willelmus Couper ft Agnes vx*^ 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Johannes Slagley ft Alicia vx" 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Ricardus de Slaxthe ft Agnes vx" 

ejus uij.rf. 

Johannes de Battelay ft Agnes vx" 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Henricus del Hagh* ft Johanna vx" 

ejus iiij.rf. 

Ri<»rdus de Lythelay ft Sibilla vx" 

. ... . « 

ejus luj.rf. 

Thomas Broune ft Agnes viT ejus iiij.rf. 

Henricus Ba^e ft Matilda vx" ejus iiij.rf. 

Johannes de Whyacre*7 iiij.rf. 

Johanna de Grenewod* . . . iiij.rf. 

Thomas Hudesoft junior . . iiij.rf. 



2^ ? Should be " Slaythway t." 
» Now HudderBficld. 



* 7.C. " Vykere," now Vicara. 
87 ? Should bo « Whytacrc.^' 



WAPPEKTAGIUM D£ AQQBBRIo'. 



171 



JohaanM Bjrthebroke k Agnat vsT 

ejua 

JohamiM Moook* k Matilda y^ 

0)Ufl« • • « • • 

Matilda Walkerre . . . • 

Bicardoa Bttbelooa 

JohamiM dal 81ak* k Alida rjf 



•jus 



Racaidoa Bytharod* k Juliana rjt 

•jut 

Johanna Bayner 

Alida del Wro .... 

Thorn ThonuMMoft . . 



iiij.c;. 

iiij.i. 
iuj.<2. 

• • • • _• 

iuj.a. 



iiij.cj. 

• • • • * 

iuj.a. 

• • * • • 



Thomas de Lyndeley k Agnea vx 
ejua iiij.df. 

Ricardua de Grenewod* k Alicia 
T^'ejua iUj.d. 

Ricardua Bythebroka . . . iiij.t^. 

AdamDiaoS iiij.^. 

Johannaa Hauna . iiij.i^. 

Summa — zijLa. myd. 



Summa totalia — zzxij.ti. XTiij.«. vyd, 
(Thia total for the Wapentake ia writ- 
tan on the dona of membrane 32.) 



MAESKE, m SWALEBALE.* 

By the Rav. CANON RAINE, M.A. 

" A braver sylvan mayd, 
Scarce any shire can show ; when to my river's ayd. 
Come Barney, Arskt^ and Marske, their soveraigne Stvale to guide, 
From Applegarth^s wide waste, and from New Forrest side. 
Whose fountaines by the fawnes and satyrs, many a yeere, 
With youthful greens were crownd, yet could not stay them there, 
But they will serve, the SioaU, which in her waudring course, 
A nymph nam*d ffolgat hath, and Biadale, all whose force, 
Small though (God wot) it be, yet from their southeme shore, 
With that salute the Swale^ as others did before, 
At Richmond and arive, which much doth grace the flood. 
For that her precinct long amongst the shires hath stood." 

DrayUnCa Address to the Swale in his Polyolbian, PL II. Hi. 

The village of Marske lies in the middle of some of the 
finest scenery that even Swaledale can show. It is distant 
from Richmond, as you travel towards lleeth, about five 
miles. You may reach it by two different routes. The 
New Road runs boldly up the valley of the Swale within 
half a mile of the village ; but with the exception of a 
single glimpse of the hall, the passer by can only admire the 
long sloping pastures curving abruptly towards the north 
and crowned by thriving woods. The Old Road from Rich- 
mond skirts the hills on the northern bank of the Swale, and 
enters the village by a wild and precipitous descent called 
Clapg.ate. The church, the hall, and some twelve or fifteen 
low, grey-slated houses, scattered along the banks of a 
pretty rivulet which takes its name from the village, consti- 
tute the whole of Marske. It has a southern aspect, and 
lies low and warm at the foot of a long, steep hill, called 
Marske Edge, which shelters it fiom the north ; to the 
south-east . the valley gently undulates and widens through 
terraced gardens and copses towards the Swale ; and above 
the river, full against the sky, is the bold outline of the Red 
scar and the green, rounded hills of Downholme, which are 
still reckoned among the estates of the lordly house of 
Bolton. To the north-west the valley sweeps away to Glints 
and Skelton, hemmed in by wood-crowned hills, and rich 
with the finest pasture land. A pretty little Early Enghsh 
bridge spans the beck and leads you past the hall. 

Dr. Whitaker was greatly struck by the beauties of the 

• Reprinted, with many additions, from the Archceologia jBliana. 



HABSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 173 

scenery, and describes them with all that charming graceful- 
ness of diction which more than atones for his inaccuracies 
and deficiencies as an historian. And he might well 
admire them. On the hills above you have the wildest 
country, moss and moor, upon which the hand of culti- 
ration has made but little progress ; but in the valleys that 
run among them there is the roost luxuriant verdure. They 
remind you strikingly of the little valleys, bright with the 
richest green, that run up to the stony bases of the Alps, or of 
the friths and straths that you may see among the Scottish 
mountains. At Marske, however, the woods with which the 
hills are crowned enhance the beauty of the landscape, and 
give a grace M^hich you may look for in vain in Italy and 
Scotland. Nature is here most lavish of her beauties ; the 
inequalities of the ground give her constant opportunities of 
displaying them ; and at every turn you have something to 
attract the fancy and please the eye. 

The village of Marske has never probably been much 
larger than it is. The position attracted the notice of the 
ancient lords of Richmond, to whom it was given by the 
king at a very early time, and they built themselves a hunting 
box in that little green valley, which in course of time was 
bestowed upon a favourite retainer. He took up his abode 
upon the spot and erected a few cottages for his labourers 
and tenants. With their assistance he cleared the valley of 
wood and kept it in cultivation. Above him on all sides 
were moors and foresta To the north and west the great 
wood of Applegarth, the chase of the earls of Richmond, 
skirted his estate, and during the long nights of winter his 
retainers could hear with alarm the howling of the wolves 
which they were not permitted to destroy, as they camo 
trooping around the solitary fold from the white rocks of 
Glints. 

Cum fremit ad caulas, ventos perpeasus et imbres» 
Nocte super mediiL 

The forests are now gone, and more land has been 
assarted and become amenable to the plough-share, but it is 
probable that the whole population of the parish is not 
materially difi*erent from what it was in the earliest 
times. A country gentleman, at the present day, has fewer 
retainers beneath his roof than his ancestors, and any 
increase in the number of villagers only makes up the dofi- 



174 HARSKE, IN SWAIiEDALE. 

ciency in the hall. A small agricultural parish with a 
limited sphere of labour and few requirements is subject to 
very little change. In 1801 the population of the parish 
was 239 ; in 1811, 247 ; in 1821 and 1831, 290 ; in 1841, 
274 ; in 1851, 244 ; in 1871, 240. In 1851 there were 
only 47 inhabited houses in the parish. 

Marske has been very greatly improved during the pre- 
sent century. Mr. John Button endeavoured to reclaim some 
of the moorland, but with little success ; he was more happy, 
however, with his planting. The groves which clothe the 
hills, and many of the trees below, are memorials of his taste 
and care. His brother, Mr. Timothy Button, drained a great 
part of the estate and improved the grounds at the hall by 
removing an old corn-mill which stood near the lower gar- 
den. The mill was a very picturesque object, so much so 
that it has been perpetuated by the limner's art, but it took 
away from the privacy of the hall, and the site which it 
occupied has been very wisely enclosed in the pleasure- 
grounds. This is only a portion of the service which Mr. 
Timothy Button rendered to the estate. He added to 
its size by the purchase of several outlying properties, and 
left in every part of the parish the marks of his careful and 
thoughtful management. And yet he might almost be called 
an absentee -landlord. Be only resided at Marske in the 
months of August and September. During the remainder 
of the year he lived at Clifton Castle, near Masham, where 
the greater part of his long life was spent. 

Prom the retentive memory of Mr. Button, extending 
over a larger sweep of years than is allowed to most 
men, the author was permitted to derive many an in- 
teresting story of the past. Mr. Button, whose father died 
when he was a child, had been brought up among old 
people who told him what Yorkshire was like in the be- 
ginning of the last century. Within his own recollection 
there were not more than twenty acres of arable land in the 
parish of Marske. The rest was grass or heath, rough and 
undrained, with the native timber in the hollows and gills. 
The/<?r^ naturcB were consequently numerous. Mr. Button's 
grandfather shot upon Bellerby Moor what was supposed to 
be the last wild deer in the country, and he himself remem- 
bered the ravens making their nests in Budswell scar. The 
people in those days were primitively simple. The men of 



MARSKB, IN SWALEDALE. 175 

the village wore knee-breeches and plain fustian clothes ; the 
women kirtles and coarse blue petticoats. They wore no shoes, 
but clogs. Wheaten bread was unknown. You found oatcake 
everywhere, and every cottage had its roof of thatch. The 
chief occupation of the men was to carry lead on long 
strings of horses or ponies from the mines down the valley 
to Richmond. Living as they did so much to themselves 
there was among the villagers much individuality of character, 
and many a curious custom and tradition. 

You seldom heard a surname mentioned ; but such names 
as Bosie Tom's John, London Tom's Dick, &c., &c., were in 
abundance, a fashion which has not yet changed in the upper 
reaches of Swaledale. There are still, we believe, a few 
corners left in which the mannera and language of ancient 
Yorkshire are unadulterated by modern improvements. But 
how long will this continue 1 

The Yorkshire squires in the last century were passion- 
ately devoted to field sports. Mr. Hutton, who died in 1 783, 
would often leave Marske at five or six o'clock in the winter's 
morning, to be in time for the meet at a distance. Richmond 
races in those times were a rendezvous for most of the gen- 
tlemen in the North Riding, and at many a neighbouring 
race they would be seen, whilst from the coursing matches 
and cock-fights few would be away. Dinner was generally at 
four or five o'clock, with a hot supper afterwards. Among 
the squires as a class there was much drinking, swearing, and 
immorality. The ladies thought better of you, as Mr. Hutton 
said, if you went into the drawing-room in a condition which 
in these days would close the door upon you for ever. 
There was one house in particular at which the orgies were 
always commenced by each guest being obliged to drink a 
bottle of sherry out of a tankard, if possible with a single 
breath. The writer well remembers hearing many similar 
stories from the last male representative of the old house of 
Bowes, who died in Durham in 1844, at the great age of 
eighty-six. He recollected the days of bacchanalian 
riot at Newton Hall, when Sir Henry Liddell was its 
owner. In these the aged narrator used to join. It 
was the custom to lay six bottles of wine on the floor 
beside each guest, and then the door was locked that no one 
sliould leave the room till they were finished. As soon as 
the goal was reached, the horses of the visitors were brought 



176 MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 

in, and each man, if he could, rode up-staire to bed. Mr. 
Button's memory was stored with many a tale of Yorkshire 
society, goin^ back to the time of William III. or Charles II. 
It is well that some of them should be forgotten. It may 
be imagined that religion was at a very low ebb in times 
when such conduct was in vogue. Among the squires 
there was much infidelity both in theory and practice. Vol- 
taire and Rousseau were their fayourite writers. What would 
they think too of the Church when there were in it such 
bishops as Hoadley and Blackburne P The Vicar of Catterick 
openly left the Church and became a Unitarian. It would 
have been better, as some thought, if the Rector of Rich- 
mond, Francis Blackburne, had followed his example. He is 
probably the only person in that high position in Rich- 
mond who has been burnt in effigy in his own parish. 

The Church stands on a warm slope in the centre of the 
little village, among trees and gardens. The churchyard 
still retains the socket of its ancient cross. The church 
itself IS a small edifice and has never been highly decorated, 
nor is elaborate ornamentation necessary in so retired a 
place. It is dedicated to St. Edmund. It consists of a 
nave, chancel, and north aisle. In the outer wall of the nave 
there are remains of Norman masonry, and the south door 
is in that style of architecture. The bellcote contains an 
ancient bell. The windows, with the exception of one of 
late Perpendicular work in the chancel, are entirely modern. 
In the interior, the pillars in the nave appear to be of 
Early English work, but they are much disfigured by white- 
wash. There is also what is called a Founder s tomb in the 
north wall of the nave. There is nothing in the fittings to 
deserve any remark. 

At the Metropolitical Visitation of the province of York 
in 1633, when Archbishop Neile and his paity made a very 
searching enquiry into the state of discipline and order, 
Richard Clarkson, William Miller, and William Hall, the 
churchwardens of Marske, were proceeded against for neglect 
of duty. It is reported against them that the 'seates of 
their church are very undecent and unfitt, and the floare of 
their church unpaved, and the church yeard (un) walled, and 
that they have the schoole taught in the church. They 
want two bookes of Homilies, a decent pLace for the minister 



MARSKK, IN SWALEDALE. 177 

to read praiers in, a poore man's box, and two locks and 
keys for the chest. They want pottes of pewter for the 
wine at Communion, and a table containeing the degrees of 
marriage/ It is evident from this presentment that the 
MedisBval church was as yet untouched, retaining the old 
benches and stalls, with the floor unpaved and strewn only 
occasionally with rushes. The Ecclesi^istical authorities of 
the time were too strict to permit this state of things to go 
on, and, on Nov. 26th, 1634, Mr. Jackson, the rector, 
certi6ed at York that ' divers new seates are made in the 
charch, and the floore is in paveinge, and the rest wilbe 
finished Roe soone as possibly may be.' 

Everything which was done to tlie church in the I7th 
century seems to have been to the injury of the ancient 
fabric. The present font, of rude and coarse workmanship, 
bears the initials V ^^^ the date 1663. Dr. Whitaker gives 
an engraving of it It must have been the gift of Timothy 
Mutton, a younger son of Sir Timothy. He married 
Margaret, daughter of Sir John Bennet, and was a merchant 
in Leeds. On the two windows on the south side of the 
nave is the date 1683 and the name of John Hutton, Squ, 
They must have been put in by some village mason, so 
rudely are they done. In 1762 Mr. Ilorne, the rector, put 
a new roof upon the chancel, which cost him 12/. About 
fifty years ago the church, which was in a state of great 
decay, was restored by Mr. John Ilutton, the munificent 
owner of the estate. The chancel, which was of late Per- 
pendicular ^work, was rebuilt, a porch erected, and the 
whole of the fittings of the church renewed. It is the 
intention, we believe, of the present landlord to undertake, 
before long, a thorough restoration of the fabric, which 
would certainly be the better for it. 

In the windows of the nave are two shields of arms 
inserted by Timothy Hutton, Esq., — the simple bearing of 
Hutton, and Hutton impaling Chaytor. 

The late Mr. Dixon of Middleham, in his MS. description 
of the church, speaks of " a curious oM poor-box and a very 
old chest with a circular top like to one which is at Fingall." 
The poor-box was recently a waif and a stray in one of the 
stables at the Hall. The collections at the IleraUls' College 
have been searched in vain for any church notes at an 
earlier period. 

TOI., Vt. !f 



178 



MARSKB, IN SWALEDALK. 



The communion plate consists of a small silver salver bearing 
the arms of Mason, or, a double-headed lion rampant, azure, 
with a mermaid for a crest with her usual accompaniments, 
** a comb and glass in hand." Around the rim is engraved 
" Jere. Mason, bom in the parish of Marske^ July tJie 20, 
anno Bom. 1642/' These arms were borne by the poet 
Mason. There are also a silver chalice and paten with the 
inscription: For Marsk church. 1665. Cost 2l. Is. Od. A 
powter basin for the alms bears the initials J. H.^ and there 
is an old pewter flagon. 

Before the church was restored there were on the floor 
several grave-covers bearing *' crosses of curious and varied 
forms." They were in the payement before the altar rails 
and in the porch. Dr. Whitaker gives an engraving of one 
on which are represented the book and chalice of a priest, 
but it is remarkable for nothing but its extreme ugliness. All 
of these stones were destroyed at the restoration of the church. 
At the same time disappeared the following memorial, 
which Dr. Whitaker justly calls a ** pedantic relic of a 
pedantic age." Some account of the writer will be found 
among the rectors of the church. On three oaken panels 
fastened to the north wall of the chancel within the altar 
rails was the following inscription : — 



Jacksoniomnema, id piam memoriam, non in vanam gloriam, pocitum. 




A« 1039. 




Iambi 


H. S. E« 


Ci:gu8 etiam mater 


Pnelvit aut Bequetur om- 


Barclai us Jack son , f . 


(f Gsmina illuatri prosa- 


nia ho8 homo. 


Johannis Jackson, rec- 


pid oriunda et virtuti 


Yidefl, stupesq', quin 


torifl hujus ecclesiae ex 


deditissima) exnviaa 


monere protenus 


dilectA conju'^e Johan- 


mortalitatis hie depo- 


Cupiditatibustuis statim 


nA Bowes de Aske, 


suit, cl&usit diem suum 


mori, 


ci:^ius vita punctum 


tum clara fv^oyaorio, turn 


Deoque te dicare, sic diu, 


fuit aut paulo produc- 


summo bonorum om- 


vel hie, 


tius momentum : obiit 


nium moerore, anno 


Erie modo bonus, sic et, 


primo quinquemea- 


salutia suss 1639, Jnlii 


quod optumum, 


tris, Aprilis 


24, nt 41. 


FVuere mortuus beati- 


A. 1681. 




tudine. 




^ 


Sic iOfi^tC** Pi'o defunc- 






tia suia chariasimiB 




• 


pariter ac meIliti8t<imiB 






Johannes Jackson. 






6 /Af/iorwM^''Of.(ITim.v.5.) 






Kki 6 ikaxitrrArtpos. 






(Ep. ▼. 8.) 


; nee refert quam longa m 




Vita hominia fabula 


Bd quam bene acta. 






(Sen. Bp. 77.) 



KAR8KE, IN SWALEDALE. 



179 



Against the south wall of the chancel was another 
monument of wood, made with doors after the form of a 
cupboard or closet. The inscriptions, &c., were painted upon 
the wood. 



On the East Door. 

Sacrum pite meniorise Johannse 
Jackaon, filiie Radulphi Bowes, 
armigeri, uxoris Johaunia Jacksou, 
theologL 

** Molier timens Dominaniy ipsa 
kodabitnr.'' (Pro. xxxi. 30.) 

A woman in the act of prayer. 
WitbiUy a figure of death* 

^Thou fool, that which thou 
•owest IB not quickened except it 
die." (1 Cor. xv. 36.) 



On the West Door. 

A death's head with arrows in 
the mouth. The usual crest of 
Bowes. The arms of Bowes, Er- 
mine, 3 bows, gu., stringed, sable. 

Within, the arms of Jackson, 
Arg., on a chevron sable, between 
3 hawks' heads erased of the se- 
cond, as many cinquefoila of the 
first Crost, a horse arg : impaling 
Bowes, ermine, 3 bows bent in 
pale, gules. Motto, Virtute non 
sanguine. (Job. iiL 13, 14.) 



Within the recess uhxs this inscription. 



YERTUB IS THB BEST MARBLE. 



Notwithstanding lie heere the pietie of John Jackson, divine and pastor 
of thia church, toward his most deere and blesHcd wife Johanna, with 
whom hee lived in chast & holy wedlock a ja.st decade of yeeres, mu- 
tually moderating ye joyes, & becalming ye sorrowes of eche other. Her 
father waa Ralphe Bowes, of Barnes, esquiro, who was only son <& heyre 
to Robert Bowes of Ask, esquire, a gentleman of great wisdom & bounty, 
k of signall note in our English atmals for his services both to state <fe 
oountrv. Hir mother was Mria. Johan Hedlam, the sole inheritrix of all 
the lands and possessions of the cheife of that house & name. Shee was 
a gentlewoman well bredd <b educated, excellently catechized and prin- 
cipled in religion ; of a regular <& blameless converdation, a plaine <& open 
hart, a tender conscience, a loving & kind disposition, <b, lastly, for con- 
jiigall love and bowella of mercy shee was much more then vulgar. 
Shee bad notable gusts & prseinstincts of hir desolution, singular pree- 
oocupationa and autepasts of hir future happiness. In the latter end 
of ber sickness her soule grew truly divine dc spiritualized, powring forth 
many devout prayers, psalmes, hymues, and ejaculations, with unex- 
ampled fervour of spirit, and uttering fayr & godly sentences & apoph- 
tbegmes« worthy to be written in gulden characters. So as, indeed, hir 
last act deserves to be a patteme or prototype to dying Christians for a 
whole succeeding age or century of the church. And being thus ceased 
npoo by heavenly-mindedneKS, and by gracious illapses of the Spirit into 
ber soule, shee finally paid her debt to nature, on the vigil of St. James, 
July the 24th, and in the yeere of the last patience of the saints, 1639. 
Reader, if thou wert about to marry, thou wouldbt wysh such a wife ; 
if to dye, such a death. Ood, lot hir soule incessantly prayse thee : 
ill hir brimrafull of the beatificnll vision ; and tho* hir body bo sowou in 



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ISO MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 

"weakeness and corruption, yet raise it again to immortal ite and glorie ; 
and (lastly) gather in peace unto hir me her desolate husband : I. I.* 

On a marble tablet fixed against the north wall of the 
chancel, and surmounted by a bust, is the following inscrip- 
tion. Below it are the family arras. 

To the memory of John Hutton of Marske Esq™., M.A. of Christ's 
College, Cambridp^e. a.d. 1797, and High Sheriff of Yorkshire, a.d. 
1825. The generous patron of Societies for Agriculture, Literature, and 
Science : the liberal landlord and kind encourager of all practical im- 
provements : the steady supporter on every occasion of political reform, 
and the hospitable gentleman in the hall of his ancestors, honored and 
beloved by all who entered it as guests and as friends. He was born 
the 24th day of September, a.d, 1774, and he died the 14th day of 
August, A.D. 1841. 

On another tablet with the arms of Hutton impaling 
Chaytor and the motto, Spiritus Gladius, 

In memoriam. Timothy Hutton, Esq., of Marske and Clifton Castle, 
nat. Oct. IGth, 1779, obiit Nov. 18th, 1863. 
Also of Elizabeth his wife, nat. April 17th, 1779, obiit Jan. 4th, 1859. 

Close to these is another inscription, and there is no other 
in the church. 

Sacred to the memory of the Rev. John Fisher, B.A., rector of this 
parish, who died Sept. 12, 1808, set. 38. Also of Eliza Fisher his 
daughter, who died Jan. 23, 1820, a^t. 23. Also of Judith Fisher, his 
widow, who died June 3, 1846, set. 76. 

In the churchyard there is no monument of any moment, 
these two excepted. 

Mary wife of the Rev. Wm. Kendall, rector of Marsk, died Feb. 12, 
1845, aged 72, The Rev. William Kendall, rector of this parish, died 
Sept. 2nd, 1855, aged 72 years. ** What I say unto you I say unto all. 
Watch." St. Mark, 13 chap. 37 ver. 

In memory of William Rookby, aged 37, and Joseph Rookby, aged 33 
years, who were drowned in Clapgate beck on Saturday the 16th day of 
November, 1771. They were the only sons of William and Jane Rookby 
of Greta Bridge. Also, of Margaret the widow of William Rookby 
above mentioned, and daughter of John and Elizabeth Mewbum of 
Skelton, who died the 29th day of October, 1826, aged 86 years. 

* My authorities for these two inscrip- and some church notes made by the lata 

tionSf both of which are now gone, are Mr. Richard Dixon of Middlehun, which 

l)r. Wbitaker; an account of Marske have l^een kindly shewn to me by my 

church in the Northern Star, ii. 100, 101 ; friend Mr. Hailstone. 



MARSKE, IN SWALEBALI?. ISl 

Rectors. — R. capellanus db Mersc, occurs in a charter 
circa 1225. 

Samuel, persona de Mersc, occurs in a Marrick charter 
circa 1240. 

John, persona db Mersc, witnesses one of the Marske 
charters, together with John, clericus de Mersc, circa 1270. 
He occurs also in other deeds. 

Philip de Saperton, occurs as rector in no less than 
twenty-seven of the Marske deeds between 1294 and 1302. 
He was a trustee, and something more, in the sale of the 
estate. 

Stephen db Scrope, brother of Sir Henry le Scrope and 
uncle of Harsculph de Cleseby, occurs as rector in 1310. 
In 1320-21 he is mentioned in a legal document at Marske 
relating to Feldom common. He, also, occurs as rector in 
the Scrope and Grosvenor Roll. He became rector of 
Wharrara Percy, August 18th, 1323, and was, I believe 
prebendary of Welton Paynshall at Lincoln from 1322 to 
bis death in 1327. (MSS. Harl., 6954, 53, a.) 

Adam, parson of Marske, occ. in 1343 in a document 
quoted in Harrison's History of Yorkshire, i. 1.93. 

Thomas db Laton, son of Robert de Laton of West 
Ijaton, near Richmond. He is mentioned in' 1354, and in 
other years, among the Laton and Marske charter's. On 

12 Apr. 1347, the Archbishop of York granted letters 
dimissory to Thos. de Laton, rector of Marske. On Whit 
Sunday, 1349, he was ordained deacon in the house of the 
Friars Preachers at York ; and priest in York Minster on 
Sept. 19th in the same year. The Latons had at this time 
some property in dints. 

John db Preston, inst"*. 24 Oct. 1362, at the pre- 
sentation of Harsculph de Cleseby. (Reg. Archid. Rich- 
mond.) 

John de Ckesebt, inst. on the death of Preston, 21 June, 
1394, Thomas de Cleseby his brother presenting him. On 

13 March, 1399-1400, a John de Cleseby was ordained 
sub^deacon by the Archbishop of York, the hospital of 
8t. Nicholas', near Richmond, giving him a title. He was 
made deacon 13 Apr. 1400. In 1429 Robert Place of 
Egton makes him one of his executors and leaves him 
" optimum ciphum meum, murram, argento ligatam.'* (Test. 
Ebor. ii. 10.) lie occurs frequently among the Marske 



182 MABSKE, IN SWALBDALE. 

deeds. In 1401 he acquires lands in Cleasby lately be- 
longing to Thos. Cleseby of Cleasby. In 1476 John Trollop 
of Thornley, co, Durham, Esq., leaves a sum of money to 
the friars of Hartlepool to pray for Cleseby 's soul. Trollop's 
grandmother ^as Cleseby's niece, and he had been a trustee 
in the marriage settlements. (Wills and Inv., i. 97 : Surtees's 
Durham, i. 193.) 

John Dobley, inst. 23 Feb. 1440, per mort. Cleseby, 
Chr. Conyers, Esq., of Hornby, presenting him in right of 
his ivard, Bliz. dau. and heir of Robert Cleseby : ob. 23 May, 
1446. (Reg. Archid. Richmond.) 

RiCHABD Bennok, inst. 31 May, 1446, per mort. Dobley, 
Conyers again presenting. (Reg. Archid. Richmond.) 
Occurs as rector 1451. 

John Place, occ. as rector in a Marske charter in 1476. 
There was a close connection, probably of blood, between 
the Places and Clesebies. 

John Weddall, occurs Jan. 1531-2, in the wiU of 
Wm. Conyers, Esq. 

Matthew Blatmyer, occurs as rector, in 1552 and 1559, 
in wills at Richmond. On 23 Nov. 3 Eliz., RoUand and 
Richard Huchonson of Skelton, yeo., lease to James Phillip 
of Brignal, gen., the church and parsonage of Marske, and 
the glebe land, for 9 years, as they then had it by grant 
from Sir Matthew Blamyer, parson of Marske. In July, 
1562, Blaymyer was present at the Bp. of Chester's visita- 
tion at Richmond with John King, his curate. 

Anthony Addison. It is not known when he obtained 
the living. On March 9, 1603-4, he makes his will, nuncu- 
patively, which was proved at Richmond in December. It 
is very short. He mentions in it his wife, and leaves his 
children to the care of Henry Phillip, gen., and Robert 
Willance of Richmond, draper. He was buried at Marske 
on the 11th.* Five days after this his inventory was made, 
and all his effects were valued at the trifling sum of 31/. 19^., 
but he had 45/. 6s. in gold and silver in the rectory house. 
The schedule of his debts gives us some interesting informa- 



* Anth. AddisoD, quondam rector ejus- Marske, who probably stood for them at 
dem ecclesia) bur. His dau. Elis. was the font — a high honor in those days, and 
bap. on Sep. 28, 1598, and his son the names shew that the rector appro- 
Timothy on 22 Sep. 1601. The children oiated it. 
bear the names of the lord and lady of 



UARSRE, IN SWALEDALE. 183 

tion, especially as to the income of the rector at that time. 
Roger Beckwith owes him 20/. "Mr. Henry Phillippe of 
Wensley, 20/. Mr. Hutton, parson of Bamingham, 205. 
Mr. Hutton, for the rent of Orgate Spring, 10^. Cuth- 
bert Richardson, 2 yeares' tythe, 12d. Thomas Dente, for 
haye tythe, 6d. Edmond Higton, for oblacions, 6d. Thomas 
Temple, for a henn, 6d. Ewen Berie and Thomas Husband, 
their tieth woole, Ewen 2 yeares, and Thomas 1 yeare. 
Rowland Langley, for tyeth of sheep of Skelton mower 
goinge. Nicholas Smithson of Moulton, for tyth of his 
weathers. Mr. Hutton, for tythe woole of his sheepe of 
Maske moore, and for haye tithe of Orgate close, and for his 
oblacions." He owes 20^. to Mrs. Bradley for rent, and 30/. 
to Agnes Phillip for her portion. He had probably been a 
trustee under the will of one of the Phillips family. 

JouK Price, A.M., is said to have succeeded on the pre- 
sentation of Timothy Hutton, Esq., 21 Nov. 1603.* In the 
Hutton Correspondence, p. 205, is an amusing letter from 
him to Sir Timothy Hutton when he was at Chelsea in 
April 1607. It is full of those laborious witticisms that 
characterise the period, and that were so much encouraged 
by Archbp. Matthew. One or two extracts from it will 
suffice. He is not complimentary to the Richmond postmen. 
As an excuse for his silence he sa} s *' our trotters of Rich- 
mond (sic men-dicunt I) make so light of our letters in winter, 
that they make light of them indeede ; in soommer season 
they are so importable, that they still consecrate them to 
Vulcan or to Deucalion. Now havinge met so meete a 
messenger, I may not permit him to part illiterat out of our 
coasts. '' He now tells him of one of his youngest sons, then 
a mere infant : *^ Little John Hutton is well at Marricke ; I 
saw him upon Thursday the 16th of April.'' He then slips 
into his gaiety again : ** Your colledge of crowes multiply so 
exceedingly that we stand (almost) in as great aw of them 
as those nanes and pigmies do of the cranes. All Marske 
parish have concluded (to the utter impoverishinge of the 
poore parson) not to plough one forrow this yeare for feare 
of the croweSy which will hinder me more than I speake of.'' 
The rooks would now be in the middle of the breeding 



* 1636, Aug. 4, Matthew Price, t. of h\ui9d.^ Manlx Rtg, 
John Price, Ute rector of ihi* church 



184 



MARSKE, IN fiWALEDALB. 



season ; they are still domiciled in the lody sycamores that 
overhang the hall. 

John Jackson, A.M., p.m. Price 28 Aug. 1623. He was 
the second son of John Jackson,* rector of Melsonby, and 
was born in 1600. He received his education at Christ's 
College, Cambridge. From 1618 to 1620 he was master of 
the free school at Richmond. On Dec. 19th, 1619, he was 
ordained deacon at York to the title of the Free Grammar 
School at Richmond. He was made priest on Feb. 22ndy 
1623-4. 

Jackson seems to have been a man of piety and learning, 
and these quaUfications recommended him to the notice of 
yir Timothy Hutton and his son. He had his residence 
occasionally with the family in the hall, and at Sir Timothy's 
death there was a room there called '^ Mr. Jackson's cham- 
ber." He witnesses the will of that worthy knight, who 
leaves to " my very good friend Mr. John Jackson, preacher 
at Marske, one twenty shillings peece of gould to make him a 
ringe/' The testator charges liis son " that he will alwaies 
keepe a Levite in his house," and we may infer, therefore, 
that Jackson continued to be closely connected with the 
family after his benefactor's decease. He was probably the 
writer of the inscription upon Sir Timothy's monument in 



* He became rector of Melsonby in 
1573, and was so till he died. He was 
buried at Kichmond Feb. 20, 1606-7. 
His widow survived him more than *2Q 
years. She makes her will at Kich- 
mond, where she seems to have resided « 
on Kov. S, 162S. It was drawn up, I 
should imagine, by her son John. " Jesu 
direct me. 1 legacy e and bequeath that 
parte of me which is immortal, my soule, 
into His hnnds Who elected me before 
time, redeemed mee in the fullness of 
tyme, created me in time, Who hath 
mercifully preserved me from tyme to 
tyme, and V\ ho shall glorifie me when 
time shall be noe more ; Him doe I 
humbly b^tseech in all tearmes of holy 
abasement before Him, even for His 
Sonne's sake and my dear Saviour's sake, 
Jesus Christ, to be with mee to the end, 
and in the end preservinge my soule be- 
cause it belongs to Him, and preservinge 
tny body as belonginge to j* soule. I say 
noe more, but ' I am Thine, save me,' 
Psal. 119. Secondly, for my corps, the 
lay parte of me and sheath of my soule, 
I will that my bones be laid beside the 
bouea of my deare husband in the church 



yard of Richmond with such decent 
Bolemnyte as my children shall thiuke 
fitiinge, knowinge y* suche things are not 
to be neglected of them, though they be 
to be contemned of mee. My eldest son 
I'imothy Jackson (clerk) and John his 
son. To my younger sons John and 
Nathaniel my burgages and lands in 
l<ichmond. And thus, my lovinge chil- 
dren, the blessinge of your mother's 
death bed be with you, commendinge my 
motherly love to you, and you to Qod, 
with whose merciful! providence I durst 
w«^ll have trusted you, if I had had 
noethinge at all to have given you. More- 
over, in token of my loyall love and 
affection to my dead husband, I gyve his 
daughter Dorothy a small house at Brig- 
nell and, after her death, the rent there- 
of to be distributed among the poore of 
Richmond and Melsonby. To our godly 
pastor, Mr. Thomas Rookesby, 5 marks." 
Her burial is thus recorded by the ** godly 
pastor." *' Hanoa Jackson vidua pia ac 
valde beneiicens, quondam uxor roagistri 
Johannis Jackson, rectoris ecclesie d« 
Melsonbe, sep. 7 Nov., 1628." 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE« 



185 



Kichtnond church, and, perhaps drew up his will. With 
Matthew Hutton, Esq., Sir Timothy's son, Jackson was on 
the most familiar terms. There are two letters from him 
in the Hutton Correspondence, which give us a very favour- 
able notion of his epistolary powers.^ 

In 1628 Mr. Jackson preached a sermon at a gathering 
of the clergy at Richmond, which was sent to the press by 
Natljaniel Jackson, the writer s brother, who appended to it 
a preface.! The title runs thus : — ' Ecclesiastes. The 



* Cy. Hutton CoirespoDdence, 259^ 260. 
Both of tbeM let'em were written in the 
▼ear 1687| when Mr. Hutton was from 
home. A letter in thoee days was quite 
ao undertaking, and we can wvll imagine 
how carefully it would be studied and 
written out over and over again before it 
was sealed up and sent. The thirst for 
news, and the uncertainty of the posts 
made letters Tery precious. A strain of 
■crTile adulation runs thntugh all the 
clerical correspondence of the day, and it 
is not wanting in Jackson's letters. I 
give a few eitracts from them. 

*'Oo<id Sir, I do so tbiist for your re- 
tume, and languish so thorough my de- 
feated hope of having enjoyed yow heere 
thia night, that 1 have neither mind ne 
power to write more than two worda. 
And (indeed) to be cramped with reading 
a short letter is less torment then to be 
putt on the rack with a long. Touching 
your aweet self- multiply ed ones (of which 
yow desire to heare in the first place) Mr. 
Jones, in your absence, hath bene ua 
csrsfull of them as one could be of a 
chriatall glass. They are all three as your 
owne harts could wi«h them ; that is, very 
well, save that Jacky labooreth a little in 
his eyes. Baby (whose innocent actions 
carry theyr warrant with them) cheerea 
OS ail with her warms and moyst kisses 

.... From Marske, a place seated be- 
iweene 4 great hills, or (as yow may pro- 
perly speake) the English Alpes ; which, 
though it be our habitation, yet, in your 
so long absence, a place of banishment.* 

Kme months after this he writes again, 
**We now begin to grow impatient of 
yoor long abtience from us : so, as I am 
a grncrsll suitour to prav yow to fold 
npp your businesses and make hast norths- 

ward I perceave yow have very 

notably fitted mee with a Trilingu€ J'mI- 
terium^ which indeed ia jnst auch an one 
as 1 would have (if it be well printed.) 

.... I must needs, in the behalf of my 
wife, pny yow also to buy her 2 fayr and 
usefull bone combes, about 16 or lb</. a 



piece. God send us yow safie home is a 
piece of our March leitui^." 

t Preface.— To the Reader.— Vouch- 
safe in briefe to understand the occa- 
sion of bringing these meditations from 
the pulpit to the presse. The author, so 
neere to me, as nature and function 
could allye us, at a synode held st Rich- 
mond in the north sermoned upon these 
twelve stones. A gratefuU fame of which 
discourse found quicke and safe convey- 
ance to mee by men of severe judgments. 
Whereupon 1 dcfiretl of him a copy, 
which upon request he was pleased (re- 
priving a while his more serious studies) 
to transcribe, fyliug and burnishing it 
over againe. and sdding hereuuto ^vtc/mc 
^porTi5a« and secundam manum. He is 
my brother, and therefore love will not 
suffer me to dispraise any thing, nor 
modesty to commend much ; let this 
small peice speake for him ; yet thus 
farre I dare charge my judgment (if I 
may be allowed to judge). The conceit is 
new, and the proper birth of his owne 
brains, the matter likewise partly of his 
owne fresh invention, and his readings 
(which may commend him the more) dad 
with the mantle of his own wit and 
phrase. He is throughout curt, cult, 
and method icall. The whole smelling of 
the oyle of his lamps, and (which is much 
better) of the anoynting of God's Spirit. 

And tho the forwardnesse snd ambi- 
tion of some is justly complained of, 
who the better to put forward them- 
selves, put forth their sermons. A 
sermon preached at the Court, a ser- 
mon preached in the University, a ser- 
mon at the Crosse, a sermon at an As- 
sises, a sermon st a Visitation, a sermon 
before the Right Honorable, a sermon be- 
fore the Kight WorshipfuU, a sermon in 
Latin, a sermon in Eiigliiih, a Manage 
ssrmon, a Funerall sermon, a sermon, a 
sermon, a sermon, etc Tet in lieu 
thereof take the cenaure and sentence of 
a noble and learned gentleman apeaking 
definitively ; to wit, that if the ohoise 



186 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALK. 



Worthy Church-raan, or. The Faithfull Minister of Jesus 
Christ. Described by polishing the twelve stones in the 
High-Priests Pectorall ; as they were first glossed and 
scholyed on in a Synod-Sermon, and after enlarged by way 
of discourse to his two brethren. By John Jackson Parson 
of Marske, in Richmondshire. London, Printed by Richard 
Moore, and are to be sould at his shop in St. Dunstane's 
Churchyard in Fleet Street, 1628.' The Sermon gives a 
description of each of the twelve stones, its virtue and colour, 
and extends to fifty-eight closely-printed pages. The clergy 
were more patient listeners in those days than they are now. 
A discourse lasting for an hour-and-a-half or two hours was 
not deemed unreasonable. 

In 1629 Jackson took to himself a wife. The lady had 
good blood in her veins, being the daughter of Ralph Bowes, 
Esq., of Barnes, in the Bishoprick of Durham, and grand- 
daughter of Robert Bowes, the well-known ambassador to 
Scotland. Her mother was the heiress of the old Yorkshire 
house of Headlam of Nunthorpe. They were married in 
Durham, at the church of St. Mary-le-Bow, on the 13th of 
Oct., 1629. An only child, that died in its infancy, was the 
issue of the marriage. The afflicted father shall tell his own 
story of his son as he has written it in the parish register of 
Marsko. 

" Berkely Jackson, son and only child of John Jackson, rector of this 
parochiall church of Marsk (who was second son to John Jackson, rector 
of Melsonby) by his wife Johanna, (who was second daughter to Ralfe 
Bowes of Aske, Esq'.) was borne into this Bochim and valley of teares, 
November 7 th, about 9 a'dock in the morning, 1630 : Baptized in the 
baptisterie of the said church Decemb. 5 : his godfathers being the r* 
Hon. George Liord Berkely and William Bowes of Barnes, in the county 
of Durham, £sq^ (his uncle) : his godmother Mrs. Francis Dodsworth 
of Watlass, second daughter to S'^ Tymothy Hutton late lord of this 
mannour and patron of this church, and wife to Mr. John Dodsworth of 
Watlass. Hee did but tast of the mortality and misery of this life, 
in w^ hee was only about zxij weekes, and dyed Apnl 19th, anno 
Xpwroyovtas 1631. His soul being so speedily returned to God that 



and best of those observfttions, that have 
been made diapenedly in sermons, within 
his Majesties* Hands of Britaine, by the 
spaoe of these 40 yeares and more (leav- 
ing out the largenesse of exhortations 
and applications thereupon) had beene 
set downe in a oontinuanoe, it had beene 
the best worke in Divinity which had 
beene written since the Apostles tune; 



and I doubt not but some things in this 
discourse may worthily be oast into that 
Tolume. This little bee spoken by way 
of Apology, not for him but my selfe, 
lest any charge mee with unneoessaiy in- 
termedling. Thus committing the Author, 
the booke, and the publisher to thy kind 
love and aooeptance, I rest^ Thine in 
Christy H. I. 



MARSKE, IN 8WALEDALE. 187 

gave it, his body was sheeted in leade and lyes interred dose to the 
north wall of y^ quire, within the railes, in a vault made within the 
ground, as y^ inscription in the wainscott shewes. 

** Joanna, mother to y^ said Berkely, dyed in y« Lord in y* south 
diamber of the parsonage of Marske, July 24th, 1639, the ere of St. 
JameSb" 

Mr. Jackson was a member of the Puritan party, and in 
1634 was presented at Archbishop Neile's diocesan Visita* 
tion ' for not reading praiers upon the eves of Sundayes and 
Holy dayes, and sometimes omittinge to weare the surplice.' 
Anthony a Wood says that he was a member of the Assembly 
of Divines in 1643, and preacher at Gray's Inn. It is not 
known when he ceased to hold the living of Marske. 
Puritan although he was, he adopted the same political 
opinions as the Buttons, and was a Royalist. Balph 
Thoresby of Leeds speaks of Jackson with great respect, 
and mentions a touching incident connected with his 
decease. 

** This reminds me of Mr. John Jackaon, a good old Puritan, and one 
of the Assembly of Divines at Westminster, yet so zeiilously affected for 
King Charles I. vhen he beard of his being brought before a pretended 
High Court of Justice, that he prayed earnestly that God would please 
to prevent that horrid act, which would be a perpetaal shame to the 
nation, and a reproach to the Protestant religion; or at least would 
be pleased to remove him that he might not see that woful day. His 
prayer was heard and answered aa to himself. For not willing to depend 
upon common fame, I examined the register at Berwick in Elmet, and 
found he was buried the week before. When he lay upon his death-bed, 
he call'd for pen and ink, and writ these words — / Mieve the Forgiventm 
of tinsj the Resurrection of the body, and Life Everlasting, and died imme- 
diately, Jan. 164a" 

Thoresby treasured among his MSS. ^A common-place 
book in Latin, wherein are also many remarks in the Italian 
language, by the Rev. Mr. John Jackson of Berwick, 
formerly of Marsk, ex dono D. Hardcastle, Berric/' Also 
"* Mr. John Harrison's prayer, etc. This is not among 
those printed at the request of bis friends, 1647, by Mr. 
John Jackson of Berwick.'' The antiquary seems to be 
alluding to some devotional work which has been long 
forgotten. 

Timothy Jackson, the elder brother of John, was ordained 
deacon at Bishopthorpe on the last of February 1612-13, 
being then A.B. On the 19th of Dec. seq. he was ordained 



188 MARSEE, IN SWALEDALE. 

priest and licensed to the curacy of Hackness. He is 
probably the " Timotliy Jackson, A.M., preacher at Wragbie 
in Yorkeshire," who printed an exposition in 4 to of St. Paul's 
Second Ep. to the Thessalonians, which is mentioned by 
Thoresby, and occurs in Watt's Bibliotheca. 

Nathaniel Jackson, a younger brother, was ordained 
deacon at Bishopthorpe 8th June, 1623, being then A.B. 
of Christ's Coll., Cambridge ; priest 22nd Feb., 1623-4. On 
25th March, 1625, the archbishop licensed him to preach. 
He was then A.M. On May 19th, 1629, he was inducted 
to the rectory of Stonegrave* at the presentation of the 
Crown, and held it for the greater part of twenty years. 
In 1648 he seems to haye been Uving with his brother 
John at Barwick in Elmet. Ralph Thoresby had among his 
MSS. " Mr. Nath. Jackson of Berwick's notes upon certain 
herbs." Like his two brothers he was one of the Puritan 
party. After the Restoration he seems to have taken up his 
residence in York, and he died there soon after the 
passing of the so-called Black Bartholomew Act which slew 
the hopes of the Puritans. He was interred in that great 
rendezvous of his party, the church of All Saints in the 
Pavement on Nov. 1st, 1662, with the famous Edward Bowles 
and many others of his friends. The pulpit in which they 
held forth is still in existence, and is unworthily occupied at 
present by the writer of these pages. 

I give some extracts from his Will — 

Oct 18th, 1662. Nathanaell Jackson of Yorke, clerke. To be burjed 
Id decent manner in the church of All Saintes on the Pavement. 
Whereas the Earle of Northumberland, by ind. dated 18th Dea, 1647, 
demised to Phineas Jackson, mj late sonne deceased, a messuage and 
lands in Tadcaster for 21 years, 1 give them to my sonne in law Samuel 
Hallowes of Norton co. Darby gent, to pay to Anne my loveinge wife 20^. 
per ann. for the rem' of the tearrae, and to John Denton of Oswald- 
church clerke, Thos Wate of Wettwang clarke, & Stephen Arlushe of 
Enedlington clarke, 20^. yearely to be disposed to pious use& To the 
poore of the parishe of Stonegrave 10/. to be distributed hj Mr William 
Thornton of Newton & Mr Robert Butler of Stonegrave. To the poore 
of the parishe of Barwicke in £llmett 10/. to be distributed by Mr John 
Tayler & Thomas Vevers. To my wife a 3rd part. Another third to my 

* In the Stonegntve pariih regiiter the let May, Eli9.| dau. do., bp. 

following nottcee of the rector's children Klizabeth md. by Mr. Rathband 27th 

occur. 1632, Timothy, eon of ^'ath. May, 1658, to Samuel Hallowea, of Nor- 

Jackson, bom 23rd, bp. 29th Apr., bur. ton, co. Derby, gent. Nathaniel their 

5th Apr., 1686. 1638-4, 19th March, son, was bp. at Norton, Feb. 8, 1660*1. 
Fhineez, s. do., bp., bom 10th; 1637, 



ICARSKB, IN SWALEDALE. 



189 



dftu. Eliz. Hallowes, to be at her owne disposalL To the aforesnjd Mr 
John Denton, etc., 20/. more for pious uses. Sonne in lawe Mr Samuell 
Hallowes 20/. Mr Edward Nightingale three children 51. each. To my 
Sonne in law mj sadle nage and historie bookes, and to my dau. some 
Englishe bookes that Thomas Calvert of the citty of Yorke darke shall 
thincke fitt, and sett out for them. The rest of my bookes and library 
to the two sonnes of my nephew John Jackson of Doncaster dark. The 
rest to my wife — she ex'. My good frindes Mr William Frear of Crake 
A Mr Thomas Thomson supervisors. 

The following pedigree, which has never been printed 
before, connects the rector of Marske with a line of clerical 
descendants who for many years were beneficed in the 
deanery of Doncaster : — 



1. 



.:^=Joif?r Jackpoic. rector of Mel ^:AiiinE, or HAWVAn. 



.J 



j fonby, CO. York. 1 <73. Bur. at 
Richmond. Feb. 2oth, 1600.7. 



Hur. lit Rlrbmond. 7th 



Hanmah, mentioned bT her mother ; mar. at 
Mar»ke, Oct. Slat, 16:{«, John Hmitb, clerk. 



Nov. 1628. Will lid. Not. 3rd. 16;a ; pr. at Rich- 
rannd' 20th July, 1073, adm. irr. to John Jackiion, 
rlerk. ton and heir oi Timothy Jackaon, clerk, 
hor eldeet aon and heir. 



r "■" 

1. TmoTHT Jack-^o!!, a.m., to^hom his-T= 
mother leavoa a hon^, to defend to 
Jo>in, hia i»im, and hU oth»r children. 
lA^s 4, Feb. 2nd. Timothy Jackaun, of 
Arkaey, clerk, bur. at Arkvey. 



2. JoHM jACKBOir, 

rector of Marnke, 
mar Joun, diiu. 
RAlph Bowea, Kitq. 
Set elatwkert, ^ 



8. NATnAWteLjArKM>ii,M.A., 
mentioned by hl« mother. 
Will dated IHth Oct l^f.'I. 
Bur. at All Sainta' Parement, 
York, Not. let y^ 



1. lfAaDAi.K9,=;^roffy jACKvoir, A M., Vicar of Don.=^2. Klixabkth, dau. John Armi. 



da'i. . . . . . ! o»««t«r, and Rector «f RoMint'ton. 

Bur. at Don- W>U d.»t d. Uth July ; pr at York. 
e««ter, lOth ■ 'i.^nd Ang. 1690. bur. at Doncaator, 



Sept. ltW7. 



17th July. 



r 



ta«»», and wJd. of Andrew Burton, 
.\l«lomi.iD of I>>nc.iMtcr ; mar. 
UVH) Bur. at Doncnater, I6th May, 
1704. 



Ma RAH. bp. IKith Dee., 1670 ; bur. Apr. M, 1671, Doner. 



I 

Joiiiv jAmeojf. Rec. v 

tnr ff 9e«MT. and I 

then Vicar o^ Don- { 

e lat^r. and Rector "f ■ 

R<>«ii«iniitf>n Pom, | 

96th March, hp. at | 

Done.. 7th April if'l. 

Bnr. at Done , lOtb 

July, 1706. 



\?IKK. dvi. 
Wm. R«»vcll. 
of <'>)j*t4>n. 
CO ivHiv, 
F>q.;b 1 »•/••.•; 
m.tr. at l>«»n- 
c.i ter. Feb, 
Uth. lOHO-l. 



1 ^ 

Timothy, b.l9tH, 

bp at D. 2'.'th 
March, l«5 '. 
Bur l.>thJan. 
M>Vrt. 
TiMoriir, hapt 
Hept. 24. 1 57 ; 
bur. loth May, 
Iti^O. 



NATHAWfrr.. bp 
at D. 2:.th Dec, 
1651. Wil)dat4d 
19th Oct . IrtM : 
pr. at Vo-k. 4th 
Feb..Uk«vitl, Bur. 
at \Kn\- , Oct. 
2«h. \Mi. In 
ilulr Orders. 



11 ANN Air. bp. at D. 5th 
July. lrt.'»0. Mir at Thrl- 
b«TKh. 7-h Jan.I»*i I, Rev. 
Jnlin Br.iinhim, citrate 
of Ro««iit^'i>n : re mar. 
•t l>onc:iMt**r. N* •▼. 17th, 
lf»'X», >1.iriniulukcC'i(f.in. 
H<r will ia daUd 3rd 
Oct . 1700. 



Jomr J\cKaoN. bom at 
Swmj, 4th April. I(k<«) 
Jeaue ColL i'arob*!'*^. 
Rector of RcaMntrton. 
IHed. inh May. 17(» ; 
bur. at Ro«aington. 



Eliza Rrrn, dau. of John 
t'owley of D«>r carter, 
colli-ctor of EtcIso. Mar. 
at Done. (>c . I't'-, 171.'; 
bur. 'J5th Dec., 1760; 
»t 73. 



WirM4M, bp at 
D,?7Dfc.,16vf. 

Nat HAM L, bp. 
14h Oct , ir.<»7. 
At D« nc. Gram- 
mar 8chool« 



■ » I 
Annk, bp. 13th 

Atirf.. bur Ott. 

h'h, ]r,M. 
Ri tzAarm. 
Manr. 



r 



T 



John, bp. at Roaaington. 2^d Juno, 

1711; bar., ib., 4th Sept. 1716- 

17. 
KarwANtn., bp. at R., 90th Sept. ; 

bar. there, 7th Oct.. 1716. 
CaawTopHKn, bp. at Done, 30th 

Oct.. 1716 : bur. at R.. tlod May, 

1719. 



— 1 

Job IT jACKfloif, 

bp. S3rd Hept., 
1717. Died, on- 
marr ed. Oct. 4. 
1760. a}t. ^2: and 
waabur.tn Wigv 
%i*n n'«pital.co. 
L«(ceater. 



Annt, mar. Fmnda Billam, of Walea, 

C, Senior Surfc* on to the Lee«ia 
eral Infirmary. ^ 
. . . . mar. John Ore. n. o( Chapel 

AUerton, merchant, xfs 
? AtiCR. )>p. at Dititc., 7th Oet.. 1713. 

Ktis^BKTH, mar Abbot of 

Sutton, near l^eieeeter. 



190 UARSKE, IN SWALEDALB. 

John Jackson, the first vicar of Doncaster of that name, 
was appointed, probably in Presbyterian times, and had his 
Orders, I think, from the same source. In 1656 and 1658 
the corporation of Doncaster voted him a gratuity of 20^., 
"for his great pains in his calling, and not to continue 
longer." When the Bartholomew Act was passed in 1662, 
he deserted the politics of his family and bowed to the 
storm. On Jan. 14th 1662-3, he submitted to a re-collation 
to his living, to strengthen his previous title to it, and on 
the same day he was instituted to the rectory of Sandal at 
the presentation of the King. On 27th Feb. 1667-8, 
Jackson was instituted to the living of llossington at the 
presentation of the mayor and corporation of Doncaster. 
He is styled A.M. in the record. He was also rural -dean of 
Doncaster. I give some extracts from his will and that of 
his son, Nathaniel. 



Oct. 19th, 1683. Nathaniell Jackson of Doncaster, clerk. To my 
father, John Jackson of Doncaster, clerk, for his life, my lands in the 
lordshipp of Bows, co. York, — with rem. to mj brother John Jackson, 
rector of Seasay, and his heirs. To my sister Hannah Jackson, one 3rd 
of the rentcharge of 32/. per ann. out of the lordshipp of Barns, 
Hamilden, Clowcroft, co. Durham. My said sister, ex^ 

July 14th, 1690. John Jackson of Doncaster, clerk. To be buried 
in the sepulchre of my predecessors without any sermon, according to 
the Lituro:y of the Church of England, if it may be. To my son John 
Jackson, late of Seasay, clerk, 5/., he haveing already received his child's 
part, and all ye bookes which were either my father's or mine, and my 
ring with which this my will is sealed, and ye stone which I weare about 
my arme. Dan. Hannah Jackson 300/., the plate which was given unto 
her mother, 9 acres of land in a field called Long Newton, par. Don- 
caster, which I purchased in her name of Robert Wood, of Barton. My 
godson and grandson, John Jackson 10/. Granddau. Mary Jackson, 20/. 
The rest to my deare and provident wife Elizabeth Jackson. 



John Jackson, his son, was A.B. St. John's, Cambr. 1668 
and A.M. 1672. On 2nd May, 1676, he was instituted to 
the rectory of Sessay, near Thirsk, at the presentation of 
Sir John Dawnay, kt. At his fathers death in 1690, he 
succeeded him in his livings, being collated to Doncaster on 
Sept 16th, and instituted to Rossington on Dec. 4th. 

The last of the three rectors of Rossington was a man of 
some distinction in learning. In early life he published three 
anonymous letters in defence of Dr. Samuel Clarke's view of 



MAR8KE, IN 8WALRDALB. 191 

the Trinity, and for some time he continued to support the 
same opinions. As Mr. Jackson was then the only York- 
shire clergyman who was of that mind, Waterland, then 
chancellor of York, was requested, officially, to refute him. 
Mr. Jackson to the end of his life was a great writer. A list 
of his works will be found in 'Watt. The most important 
of his writings was * Chronological Antiquities, or the Anti- 
quities and Chronology of the most ancient Kingdoms,' 
etc., in 3 vols 4to, published in 1762, and dedicated to John 
Duke of Rutland. Mr. Jackson was at that time, in addi- 
tion to his living of Rossington, prebendary of Wherwell in 
the county of Southampton, and master of Wigston's Hospital 
in Leicester. He died in 1763, and a memoir of his life was 
published in the following year by Dr. Sutton of Leicester. 

Edmund Mauletereb, M.A., fourth son of William Maul- 
everer of Arncliffe, Esq., and connected therefore with the 
family of Hutton. His father in his will, dated in 1618, 
states that he has given him 40 marks per ann. out of 
Amcliffis, for his life, in accordance with a deed made 
between Sir Timothy Hutton and himself. Mr. Mauleverer 
was rector of Crosby Garrett in Westmorland, 1636-46. 
There is among the papers in the House of Lords an appli* 
cation, dated Feb. 6th, 1646-7, for an order for Dr. Aylett 
to institute and induct Edmimd Mauleverer to the rectory of 
Harske, with certificate of his fitness. (Lords' Papers, Hist. 
Commission.) Mr. Mauleverer seems to have left Marske 
for the more bustling and important living of Spalding in 
Lincolnshire, where he died in 1664. 

WiLLiAH MArLETERKB, of AiiicUflbk E«q.=^ELtAKOK, dAU. Rlebftrd Aldbrooirli, of Aldbrrnvb, B«q. 



1. JaMKS M ArLCT««KR, 1. FKAITOIES, dfttl. I%Ilip=pRDIiUlf1> ]fjkirLKTKBKA,=s S. ELtS4BKTH, 



muiiad Beatrix, dau. Ford, rt- ctur of NiinlMim- 
of 8ir Tlmotlij Hutton, holme: mar. thoro, Ibth 
or Mankt. xf^ M«y, 1038, • 



4th aoo, reetnr of wid. of !■>. Wy< 

Maiwko. Bur. at 8pald* vill, rector of 

inir, oo. Lincoln, Srd Si pt RpennlthorDO. 

164H, M minlatar of that Mar. tbora, Oct 

liaruh. l^ Itidl 



t ■ ■ T I " T 'I 

WiiUAM, bpi. at Croaby Oarrett, 9th March, Elranor. bp. ibfd.. tO Julj. 16^o 

ie4«-a. Prani a, bp. ibid. 25th U%\\ h'Al. 

Pniur, bp^ flild., Wth Mvoh, lM£w BcATaicr, bp. al Maraka. Kai . S. th, lM7-«. 



Bamaiu, bp. Ibid., £Cna May, Itf&K 



* 1654 5, Feb. 8, Frmncis, the tl dmn in the ebuicell of Mardc<— This date !• 
(wife) of Kclm. ManloTrrer, wm interred obriotialjr incorrect. 



19?. 



MATISKE, IN SWALEDALK. 



Thomas Hutton, inst. 28th Oct. 1661 ; ind. by Fr. At- 
kinson 28th Nov. His connection with the family of Marske 
is shewn in the following pedigree : — 



Philip Hitttow, 4tii son of Sir Timothy^ 
Huttctn, of MHrako.by Elix. dnu. Sir George 
Bowes, of StroHtiam. A " scholar" at 
Cambridflre, 1619-23. A.M., Trin. CulL ; 
ordained dsAcon at York, 24 Dec. U'26 ; *ind 
priest 15th Feb. 1626-7. Rector of Lanj^ton- 
upon- Swale. Bur. at Barnard Castle, Jan. 
7, 1637-8. Adm. grranted at Turk, Feb. 1.^, 
to his widow, wnen all the underruen- 
tioned children ware committed to her 
care. 



'Ei.iZABBTH, dnuffhter of Thos. 
Bowes of Streatlam, Esq., 
4th son of Sir Georfre, and her 
hushnnd's first cousin. Admrs. 
to her husband, and has tui- 
tion of her children 1637. Re- 
mar, at Romaldkirk, 10 Dec., 
1650. Bur. at Middleton-in- 
Teesdale, 21 Oct 1693. 



:RiEV. Tm. TULLY, 
of CUbbome, co.- 
Westmorland, 
Rector of Mid- 
dleton in Tees- 
djU.e, where he 
was iKiried, 9 
Mar. 1609-1700. 
He waa twice 
married. 



2. TlVOTHT HUTTOW, 

bar. at Barnard-cas- 
tle, 7 April, 1639. 

4. JOBH HOTTOy. 



8. Thomas nuTTON, rectorof MarBke.^^MAROARCT, 
ordained deacon and priest by Thoe , dau 
Bishop of Whitheme, Uth July, 1661. 
Bur. at Marske, Sep. 12, 1694. In 
1676, Dor. Tullie, of Middleton-in- 
Teesdale, leayes him " a f^nnoy " tor 
preaching her funeral sermon. 



hnried at 
Marske,Feb. 
19, 1716-17. 



Elisabeth, bp. 

at Baroard - 

castle, 30 Sep. 

\690. 
Akne, buried 

there 6 Dec., 

1641. 



f 

Philip Huttow. bom at Marske, Oct. 6, and bp. there 
Deo. 14, 1659—1682-3, nit. Feb. He. to teach Fvee Gram- 
mar School at Romaldkirk, to Fhilip Uuttun, B. A. 



1 



Marqarit, bp. at Marske, Apr. 18, 
1667. 



There are among the Hutton Correspondence several 
letters from Thomas Bowes, the rector's grandfather. He 
seems to have been frequently in difficulties. The TuUies 
were a Carlisle family, but this is not the place in which to 
give an account of them, 

Henry Staptlton, M.A., 18 Dec. 1694, p.m. Hutton. He 
was the fourth son of Miles Stapylton, Esq., Secretary to Bp. 
Cosin, and the grandson of Brian Stapylton, Esq., of Myton. 
He was, therefore, connected with the families of Hutton 
and Dodsworth. In 1703 he was instituted to the living 
of Thornton Watlass, which he held, together with Marske, 
till he died. 

The following are some extracts from Mr. Stapylton's 
will, taken from the York registry : — 

** Henry Stapylton, of the establisht church of England, priest. I 
give my grRcious God an entire sacrafice of body and soul, with my 
humblest thanks for that assurance w^'* His blessed Spirit imprints in me 
now of the salvation of the one, & of the resurrection of the other, & 
for that constant resolution established in me to live & die in the 
religion now proflfest in the said church. In expectation of a blessed resur- 
rection I desire my body may be buried as privately as consists with 
decency. My married datlrs have rec^ all I design them, except what is 
engaged to be paid after our decease. I leave EHz^^ «& Frances each 
1000/. If my ex'" think fit to add anything to Sarah's portion, I require 
it to be made to her and her issue. The rest to my dear wife <& our sou 



KARSKR, IX SWALEDALE. 



193 



John SL — They ex". To the Infirmary at York 20/., provided I do not 
pive it myself before, w«** I design first opertunity. To Capt. Miles 
Stapylton A his sisters Olivia & Jane 201, for mourning. Pr., 22 Feb. 
1747-8." 

The following scrap of genealogy may be of some use. The 
continuation will be found in Burke's Landed Gentry, if I 
may refer to so inaccurate a work. The descendants of the 
rector are now the only male representatives of the ancient 
house of Stapylton of My ton : — 



ResfWT BTArrLTOir. M A., rector of Marnke, and Thornton-: 
W.itluM Entortd at All Souls Collego, Oxfanl. 14 July, 108S, 
mt 16. B.A. 23 April, ItfUi. M A. 27 ()ct H94. Will dated 
1743 Pi d at WatLiM, F«b. 0, 1747-8, and wa« bur. thero on 
Um following daj. 



sMAnr, daii. Kor Orehard 

of Nowbtiry, Borks. Bur. a| 
Watlaaa, 32 Dm. 1755. 



I 

1 Bt.unr.r^oeji SrAPTLTOir, U.A..,- 
dAi lti»- rvctor of Thornton- Wat- 
^-••r Lev. liiM. 17«S-1707. Bp. at 
h>-] . of Watlaas Sep. 19, 1707. d. 
P.i-chin- there .Hrd Oct 17«7, »t. 
tlujrpe. M. M. I. Univ. C^ll. Ox- 
ford. B.A. 14 Oct. 17 i». 
M.A. 8 July. 1732. Will 
pr. at York Feb. 4tb,17tfd. 



4. LccT, dau. of 
Tho. Wycliffo, 
Knq , of Oailue, 
bi». «:< Sep. 17J5, 
mar. 4 K«b. 1754, 
at Kirkby Hill, 
by lie. dated Si 
Jan. 



Ol IVIA, = 

bap. at 
Wallas^ 
19 Sep. 
1707, & 
Tnnrried 
13 Apr. 
1738. 



sRbv. Tho. Ro- 
BiNiiON. rector 
of WycUfTe. 
Will pr. at 
V.irk, May 20. 
17(19, adm. to 
hie widow and 
sou. * 



Mart, bom 
8, hapUa.^ I 
July, itJwfl. 
at Miirske, 
bur at Wat- 
laas, 13 Sep. 
1723. 



8T%rn.TOi« RoBiHUOir, 
A H . at John's 
C'lmb. ll^X. A.M. 
i:>t. Curate of Whiek. 
htm. oo Durham, 
a .1.1 KT. to Jane hie 
«ii..JniM 30th, 17W, 

York. 



Mart, only=j=J(MHUA Orkkn- 



dau. and 
heir. ob. 19 
July, 1816, 
»t.70. 



wr.i.L of Kib- 
blesworth, co. 
Durhani, ob. 
1797. H't. :.«. rf. 
SwHef»' Dmrkam, 
Vol. U. 



I I II i 

Eliza, bp. at Marske 26 Aiiir. K^.'S; mar. 

'.'7 Sept 1757, at Well, Richard Tunnant, 

K^qui^e. 
Fkani:k.s, bp. at Marake 11 Jan. 1700-1, 

ob. unmarried. 
Sarah, bti. 19 Feb. 1702-8, at Mar8k^ 

mnr at Watlate 8 Aug. 1733, Mr. Tho. 

R«l'<l)eck, of Stockton. 
HsNRiKTTA, bp. '/0 April, 1704, bur. 19 

June at Marake. 
BiiNRiKTi-A, bit. at Watlaae 3 8op. 1714, 

uitr. Mr. Joiin Sous of Watlaee, Feb. 

14, 17:j9 40.>f. 



Mr. Stapylton resided principally at Watlass, keeping a 
curate at Marske. The parish register records the names of 
two of his curates, Thomas Lawson in 1720, and Edward 
KeJHonin 1730. 

Richard Hornb. Inducted by Mr. Blackburne, rector of 
Richmond, on the presentation of John Hutton, Esq., March 
3, 1747, having been previously curate, in which capacity he 
appears in the parish register in 173S. He was a native of 
Westraerlaud, and came into Yorkshire, as he used to say 



* He WM A 1011 of John Robinson, 
raetor of Sneaion, born at liutinghiim, 
educatad ftt Uichmond schcx>1, and adin. 
■ubatzar of St. John*% Cambridgi*, *2nth 
Apr.. 1716, •!. 18. 



2flUi July, 1727. Tho*. Robineon, 
LUB., ailm. curate of Up^.;lebamhy and 
Kakdiile, co. Vork. St John'a, Cambr., 
LL.B., 17i2. 



TOL. VI. 



194 



MARBKE, IN SWALBDALE. 



himself, with his clogs on. His first cure was the little chapel 
of Lunds, in the parish of Aysgarth. He held the living 
for a long period, and, dying on the l£th of Feb. 1803, was 
interred at Marske on the 17th, set. 89. There is a portrait 
of him at the hall, where he was greatly esteemed, represent- 
ing him as a short, thick-set man in a huge wig. He did a 
good deal for the rectory house and church. He used to 
go every now and then into the school at Kirkby Hill and 
give the boys a holiday, using always the expressive words 
which every blockhead is quick enough in comprehending, 
" Ite domum 1 Ite domum ! " Mr. Home was, also, incum- 
bent of Downholme. 

John Fisher, A.B., Christ's Coll., Cambridge, a college 
friend of Mr. Hutton, and a native of Westmorland, suc- 
ceeded Mr. Home on the 4th of March, 1803. He was 
thrown from his horse on the moors, and, breaking his leg, 
died from the eflFects of the accident on Sep. 12, 1808. He 
was interred at Marske on the 14th, aged 38. He was the 
father of Isa^c Fisher, of Richmond, banker ; of John Hutton 
Fisher, A.M., Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, and 
vicar of Kirkby Lonsdale ; and of Wm. W. Fisher, M.D., 
Downing Professor of Medicine in the University of Cam- 
bridge. 

James Tate, A.M., p. m. Fisher, 10 Oct. 1808. It is no 
easy matter in this narrow space to give any adequate 
account of the life and services of this distinguished scholar, 
" the scholar of the North " par ea;cellence^ as he was gene- 
rally called. 

He was a native of Richmond, a town upon which his 
talents conferred so much honour, and was educated at the 
Grammar School under Anthony Temple, a master of 
unusual ability. He was an alumnus of Cambridge, and 
graduated at Sidney, A.B. 1794, and A.M. 1797. 

In 1796 the mastership of Richmond school became vacant 
by the death of Mr. Temple, a scholar in his day of consider- 
able repute,** and, after an examination held before the Bishop 



* Mr. Temple was a big-boned, austere 
man, who for some years before his death 
never entered the school. The senior 
pupils went to him, the juniors never saw 
him at all. The late Mr. Cuitt, the en- 
graver, who was one of his pupils, des- 
cribed to me an expedition of his by the 



order of one of the senior boys into Mr. 
Temple's house, after an odd volume of 
Gil Bias. He wi^ caught. " Oil Bias ! 
I'll Gil Bias thee ! ' and then he felt the 
master's hand, which he said was like a 
shoulder of mutton. In the last rears of 
his life, Mr. Temple only went out once 



MAHSKE, IX SWALEOALE. 195 

of Chester, Mr. Tate was nominated to tlie office, being far 
superior in attainments to the rest of his competitors. Here 
it was that during nearly forty years he matured and im- 
parted to otliers those vast stores of learning with which 
scarcely any one was more richly endowed. No one could 
bo more skilful in conveying to others the knowledge which 
he liimself possessed. His nice appreciation of character 
told him where he was to begin and how far he could go 
with each of his pupils, and his enthusiastic love for what 
he taught, together with his childlike simplicity of manner 
and unaffected kindness, won the hearts of his scholars, 
whilst he raised and quickened their intellectual powers. 
Although not a mathematician himself, yet the careful way 
in which he led his pupils through the philosophical arrange- 
ment and the nicest grammatical subtleties of the Greek and 
Latin languages prepared them fully for the study of the 
exact sciences, and it was at Cambridge that the laurels of 
Richmond school were principally won. The highest prizes 
that Granta could offer were secured with ease by the 
Richmond schoolboys. 

In 1825, when Mr. John Hutton was High Sheriff, Mr. 
Tata was his chaplain. The sermon which he preached in 
the Minster, and afterwards printed, was exceedingly Liberal 
in its tone, and excited some criticism. It advocated tolera- 
tion and emancipation, at that time, unhappily, somewhat 
<iangerou8 words. Mr. Tate used to say that Sydney Smith 
was the only clergyman near York who sympathized with 
him. 

When Lord Grey became prime minister of England in 
1833, one of his first acts was to reward Mr. Tate for his 
long services with a oanonry at St. Paul's ; this piece of 
preferment, together with the valuable living of Edmonton, 
near London, he hold till his decease in 1843. 

Mr. Tate s literary works are not numerous, but they are 
all of them singularly good. He contributed many papers 
to the chassical reviews, and his treatise on (irerk Metres is 
well known and appreciated by every scholar. His Horatius 

in • ymx down hU own gnnVn in noe a mn(Iii!it4« for the linul-rnaKt^enthip at 

h.« I'l^;'. He waji CH(uip]K>(i am if fur nn Mr. T<-iiii \v\ doatli. Imt rv>it;T)«Nl aa minih 

ex|«lition to Silirriv, with Imj't* lxH>t- an Mi. Tati« ni>i>«*<rf«l in the ti<rlil. \ i« 

»t<Kkin-,rA r«»vcrrifi(; iiiii If^i*. The inn^tiT h-'ritix* t}M* inri-t4M- of the (jrautm.ir «rhiiol 

who hvl thi* ch.ai^t* of th»» hmrr h<!mm»I at Kirk<«y lUviii^uorth. 
Th<irua« Ja«*k»»n. Mr. Ja4.'k>«o)i «a4 



f> 2 



196 MABSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 

Restittitus gives us many most valuable illustrations of the 
works and life of his favourite poet and his times, worked 
out with that curiosa felicitas in which Horace himself was 
so great an adept. The work of his leisure hours in after- 
life was a continuous history of the Apostle St. Paul. 

I should not omit to mention the kindliness of his warm 
heart, which was ever thinking of the welfare of those 
around and under him. This endeared him to his pupils 
more than the fascination of his intellect. Nor did his 
interest in their well-being cease with their departure from 
his school. At college and in after-life he was always com- 
municating with them, and his letters to them were full of 
warm sympathy and affectionate advice. As a letter- 
writer he was a perfect pattern, and should his correspon- 
dence ever be published, it will be read with great interest 
and admiration. Through his letters and his conversation 
there sparkled and scintillated the keenest and most pleasing 
wit, that salt of the intellect which few people with a life 
similarly occupied are able to educe. No one could appre- 
ciate, or tell, a good story better than Mr. Tate. He could 
always enter into a joke, although, owing to the charming 
simplicity of his character, he would occasionally afford one. 
No one could pass from grave to gay by a readier and more 
pleasing transition. Sydney Smith met him in a coach and 
told a friend that he had been travelling with a man who 
had been dripping Greek. But he could easily throw aside 
his sesquepedalia verba and verify the description which his 
friend Mr. Surtees of Mainsforth gave of him during a visit 
to Harrogate — 

Doctus Tatius hie residet, 
Ad Coronam prandet, ridet, 
Spargit sales cum cachinno, 
Lepido ore et concinno, 
Ubiqiie carus inter bonos 
Rubei montis prsesens honos. 

Between Mr. Tate and Mr. Surtees there was the most 
kindly feeling and unreserved intimacy, and the wit and 
kindliness of heart with which they were so richly endowed 
endeared them, above all, to a kindred spirit who always 
accounted himself happy in having been the pupil of one 
and the friend of both. 



IIARSKE, IN 8WALSDALE. 



197 



Mr. Tutc held the living oF Marske conjoint]}' with the 
aiijacent curacy ofDowuholme. Upon alternate Sundays he 
drove to Marske, and officiated in the church.* A youthful 
Fcholar of his, whom he had taken by the hand wlien help 
was of all things necessary to him, was frequently his com- 
jtanion in those journeys. He always, on that account, took 
the liveliest interest in that little village, and that interest 
lias descended to his son. That youthful scholar in after 
Years made some little name himself, but he never forgot 
the affectionate care of his early master, and it was his in- 
tention, had God spared him a little longer, to have evinced 
his love and gratitude in a memoir of his preceptor. '* I 
cannot write it, I fear, but I have not the heart to say so" 
were his words to his son, a few weeks before he died. 
Death, alas I too soon afterwards stilled the beatings of that 
affectionate heart. Others may take up the duty which he 
left ; but none can fulfil it in a more kindly and a more 
thankful spirit. 

Mr. Tate left a large family behind him. Plis eldest son, 
another James Tate, cUter ab illoy succeeded him as master 
of Uichmond school. The present schoolhouse is one of the 
numerous memorials of Canon Tate which have been sug- 
gested by the gratitude of his pupils. 



James Tat*, fon of Junes Tato, 
u' Htchinoiid, bom there, 11- h 
June, 1771. Canon-Ke-l«lcuU:iry 
of 8t Pitiirn, and nc.ir of FA- 
moiiUm. l>ie<l at Cliftun, nuar 
Ilristol. :;n>l Nipt., \hi\i ; bur. at 
bt. Paui'a. 



MARnARCT, dau. Rer. Fielding 
WMllin. Mnr. ut Kens iifrtifii, 0th 
St'i't. 17'X«. l>icd at Edmuutou, 
t>th March, 1861. 



1 JAiiB*Titr. Ntmatv 
K<)uu«>nd. |:nh May. 
i- I K«tiic^tfd lit 
k 4 hmoiid School ; 
.\ •, . rrm. ('»»U., I'lUi- 
bn<lK'\ lvj,J: AM., 
!• .;. M«At«r t»f Kich- 
n. I d N.]>i>ol, ift a: 

\ * *T of Hi«»J»*, I*^.?^ 
l».e I, «t .Siff, Feb. ' 

••i. lv.3. And )»nr 
t.urr, ID tLe Ka^liah 
1 tuietery. 

I 
A 



An^r Ki iz«* 
RtTfi dau. of 

Thou. Simp- 
■tm, AldertDun 
«)f Kichtn<<Tid. 
Up Jlat »«>i»t,, 
Is 'J. l>ied, 



«. TMomp, bom at Rlchtnor d. r*Td 
Mrth. lb<'S; Trin. ('a>U. CamK; 
A.I).. Ih-ih; A.M., IK.'H. Curtte uf 
Kt. Juhn'i*, St^nwick : cnrato and 
thtn Ttiar (if F^monton. Ob. 'il 
Jan . Ih4t;t. M. 1. f-xlniunton. 

8. Amih)NY T»:Mrit, bp. .it Rich- 
ti.tinii, lit P«i-., iH'»4. A aohcltur. 
1) ol, Oct. lIlKl. 1H«.4. 

4. Kh«m im \\i.M KHi KNf, lip at Rich- 
ni« n<i, -JH May. 1»^"". M.ik'1 ' "I' » 
I miJ.iiiiK'*-: A.a.l*:^; A M ,\^A, 
\ mrut i hariiii?. Ktiit. in l*^ 4 

6. KiKLMso WALua, dio J, ^epL 5»th, 
1804. 



— tt;-"! 

1. j4Nr El.lZA, 

ninr. Hcv. 

ThouiHn An«- 

ti« , Vic.ir uf 

Rtf<1ntiiNb.di, 

CO. Uurl-Hni. 

S. MakoaRlt 

Wallii*. 
9. htHAII Ot« 
LI.V. 

4. M\ht Sim- 



* Mr. T»ie gave up the parvoDftir^ ftt 
Mftr»k« Ui bi« curate. One of bii« curate* 
was » Vr. Hick, father of tbe Her. J. W. 
Hick, incumbvni of Byemgreeo, in tbe 



county of Durham. Mr. Hick bad a 
achool Rt Mareke preparatory to that of 
Kichmond, and bia bouse «aa filled with 
boarders. 



19S 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDAIJS. 



A 

I 



I 
1. James Tahc.B. A.,= 
C. C. C, OXOD, 1659; 
M.A., 18^9. 8<»me 
time vicar of Marske 
near Rcdcar. P.C., 
Holy Trin., Rich- 
mond, 1863-5 ; roetor 
of Cruxton, L no.. 
186)-»; rector of 
Plaxtolo, Kent. 1869. 



:RoflE, eldest 
dau. of Rev. 
CharlcaUar- 
dy, rector of 
iiillborough 
Norfolk. 



2. Charles Tate, of 
Richmond, J. P. ,mar. 
J -ne, only aurviving 
child of Rev. John 
Ion, vicar «<f ilem- 
ingbro', and rector 
of Holsham, who 
died 12th March, 
1864, leaving an only 
datighter. 



-n 



3. Thomas 


Ellen Walus, ob. 


H U T C H I N- 


aet. 9. 


B()N, in Ca- 


Li'CY Hutch rK- 


nada, mar. 


soK, mar. Rev. 


and has is- 


J. 8. Wamuui, a 


sue. 


master in Rich* 


4. J O H H 


moud School. 


Samuel, in 


Died, lt>aving 


bumerset 


scTcnil chi drvu. 


House. /^^ 


AprU 6th, 187S. 



Jambs. 



Cbablxs. 



Ralph. 



MABOARCr. 



William Kendall, a native of Westmerland, and for some 
time curate at Marske, succeeded Mr. Tate in the livings of 
Downholme and Marske. He died Sep. 2, 1855, aged 72, and 
was interred at Marske. His cousin was recently incumbent 
of Downholme. Mr. Kendall married a sister of Mr. Fisher, 
his predecessor in the living, and was the father of the 
late John Hutton Fisher Kendall, incumbent of Holbeck, 
Leeds. 

Thomas William Robson, B.A. Univ. Coll., Oxford, M. A. 
1842, instituted p. m. Kendall, Nov. 2, 1855. Mr. Robson 
was the eldest son of Mr. Thomas Robson, of Holtbv, and 
was incumbent of the neighbouring church of Hudswell 
before he came to Marske. The writer gratefully acknow- 
ledges the assistance which Mr. Robson gave him in the 
preparation of this work. Mr. Robson died at Marske, on 
Sunday, Dec. 29, 1878, aged 71, and was buried at Kirkby 
Fleetham on Jan. 3rd, seq. 

Thomas Agmondisham Veset, eldest son of Thomas 
Agraondisham Vesey, Esq., of Portaferry, in Ireland, and 
private chaplain to Lord de Ros, inst. p.m. Robson. 29th 
Jan., 1879. The present rector, who has favoured the 
author with his kind help. 

Parish Registers. — The Registers begin in 1597, They 
are missing between 1661 and 1671, but, with this excep- 
tion, they are pretty perfect and in good condition. 1 give 
a few extracts from them, omitting everything that can be 
made use of elsewhere. 

1597. Dec. 16. Chr. sou of Rowland Milner, bp.* 



* The Milners formed a stroDg clan in 
Swaledale. There was a family of the 
name living at Skelion for more than two 
centuries. The Milners of Itun-Appletun, 



near York, came originally out of this 
dale, from a ])lace called Calvet Iioiifie, 
near Muker. Their wealth was made l»y 
trade in Leeds, where they were on the 



MARSIUe, IN SWALEDALE. 



199 



1634. Apr. 7. John Higden, of Marek, and his wife Anne, dyed both 
in one and the same hower and were bur}'ed on £a8ter day.* 

1G35. Jan. 1 1bbison, a groveman, buried.t 

1G;$5. July 30. Solomon Marshall, free-mason of the hall, dyed there. J 

1637. Mr. Nicholas Foster of Bambrough, in Northumberland, dyed, 
at Clinta, 10 Deo. bur. llth.§ 

1641. June 10. Richard s. Mr. Richard Foster, a stranger which came 
from Daniton, bp.|| 

1642. Nov. 8. Eliz. dau. Philip Warwick, Esq., and Dorothy dau. 
Mat. Hut ton, Esq., bp.lT 

1644. ^^Irs. Warwick dyed the 6th of August, wife to Mr. Philipp 
Warwicke, and daughter to Mr. Mat. Hutton, Esq.** 



moit int:mAte terms with Thorvsby, the 
antiquAry. I could ooonect, I dare iay, 
the two families of Calvet house and 
Skeltoo, but it is scarcely worth while to 
do so. 

* ** Co i ted e*eu in death." Such cases 
are not common. The ** poet and saint.,'* 
Hiihard Crashaw, writes the epitaph of 
another pair. 

To these whom death at^in did wed, 
This i^rave's the second marriaf^ b«d. 
ViT though the hand of fate could force 
*Twizt soul and Unly a divorce : 
It could not sever man and wife, 
Because they both lived but one life. 

i* A lead miner, who was probably en- 
ITM^cd upon his work somewhere in the 
dutrict. A few other extracts relating, 
specially, to longevity may be given 
here--'* li>S5 July So. A beggar's child 
dyed at the byrkhotise and buried gmtis 
— iriS5 Aug. 20. Widow Hutc«hins«tn of 
HcUiitrh in Swaledale, of an h (» y. old — 
1*»3'J Feb. 6. Francis Tlace, afWr hee had 
U'uge Uyd in extreuie micMTv, bur.— Feb. 
l0. Old widow Boui^h, ag«*d bo t>r there- 
about bur.— 1742 Nov. 11. Halph Fe- 
tlivmtone of AUgate, a>M>ve 8o, bnr. — 
1713 Apr. 29. Sarah &I finer of Skelt4>n 
Hall, .atrrd alwut 91. bur.— 17'I2 Mar. 'J3. 
>1r«. lUiilden, widow, mother to Mrs. 
H rxl at;ed 96. bur. " 

t Some alterations must have been 
going on at the halt 

$ The head of the great hou^ of For- 
stcr of lUiubro* and Blanch It ii<i. 

He was probably on a vivit to Clints 
mben he died. His ^itc isas a daimhtrr 
ai.d cohrir of Sit Wm. ( h.-ivtor of ( roft. 
The fwdiirree of the family w:ll be found 
in the Hii«tory of North I>urhqra. On 
Apr '29, If* 4:', a Mr. Fmncis F. Mer of 
( ill t« waji buried at M.-iii«ke. It i^ |ro- 
bii )e th^t he «i.u< a M>n of the L'<utlfii in 
mho h.v* j>:>t bctn nn'tit i*n>'«i. '1 ho bath- 
urvts, a family deeply learned in medi- 
cine, were now connected with Clints. 



Did these two gentlemen come thither for 
advice and change of air f 

II Some account of this family will be 
found in Surtees' Durham, iii., 857, and 
in Long8Ufr«»'s Darlington, 130. Cf. 
Kichmondshire Wills, where a document 
occurs which conneete the family with 
this district. 

% A daughter of fSir) Philip Warwick, 
the well-known author of the Memoirs oif 
Charles I. He married te bis first wife 
I'orothy, daughter of Matthew Huttoni 
Esq., by whom he had two children, 
Elizabeth and ^latthew. They both died 
in their infancy ; and on that account Sir 
Philip releaited £r>00 of his wife's portion, 
saying, when he did so, '* This respect of 
mine to my father is in acknowledgment 
of the great blessinge I had in my most 
virtuous pious wife (who is with God) his 
daughter." 

** She is mentioned by Christopher 
Wyvill, Eftq., in a choice and rare volume 
of poetry mhich he priiitetl at London 
in lfi47, entituled, "CVrtaine Seriou* 
Ihougbts mhich at several tiiiu-s and 
ufMm tfuudry occAiiions have st<>licn them- 
selves into Verse and now into the i'ub- 
like View." 

On ihf ffrnfh of our rfrtuotn anri iftnrf 
friend Afi^'nt Jpvn4hij Wuru ick at M«nsk, 
Auj. t)th, 1C44. 

If only Ii<ht griefs find a tongue ; and 

thoKe 

That are extream, cannot themselves dis- 
ci «»»*<» 
Ininiur'd by ntujii"! nilt-nce. surely then 
Nuthiuj^ buttloHing tearvs must from my 

pen 
Be blur thin pa| er : 'tis bevond the art 
Of langunire to expresse ihe lunalJeitt |<.irt 
Of our (tt'cp M>rrowes for her losse, mhose 

age 
Sc^ice t*» the Summer of her Pilin'imaffe 
Atuynifl had ; yet so rifH} fiuit, but few 
Alter the Autumne of tlieir yeares, can 
shew. 



200 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



1647. ... A dau. of Edward Ellerton, bur.* 
1698. Dec. 15. Mr. Samuel Alcock, bur.t 

1700. May 28. A boy, supposed about the age of 10 years, found by 
chance, was baptized by the name of £dward. 

1701. Feb. 10. Mr. John Bartlet of Nutwith Coate, par. Masham, 
and Mrs. Dor. Dodsworth, of par. Thornton Watlass, mar.} 

1701. Aug. 28. Eliz. dau. Brian Ascough, bp.§ 

1709. 25 Apr. Francis, son of Wm. and Auue Wanloy, bp.|| 

1715. June 10. Mrs. Eliz. Fowles, spinster, bur.lT 



No act of hers could be esteemed lesse, 
Then one step forward to that place of 

blisae ; 
Where now her &dth is crowned, and we 

find 
Her sweet and pretious memory behinde. 

* An ancestor of the late ReT. Edward 
EUerton, D.D,, who was a native of the 
adjoining parish of Downholme, where 
there is a monument to commemorate 
him. The Ellertons have been connected 
with that parish for a very long period. 

f A gentleman who was related to the 
family of Uutton. Olive, dau. of John 
Hutton, Esq., married Thomas Alcock, of 
Chatham. Mr. Alcock makes his will on 
Sep. 7, 1692, in which he styles himself 
** master caulker of their majesties shipps 
in their yard at Portsmouth." " To be 
buried with all decent privacy and fru* 
gallity. To my two brothers-iu-law, John 
Hutton of Marske, Bsq., and Mr. Matthew 
Hutton of Marske, all my goods, &c., on 
trust, to pay my debts, &c., and to divide 
the remainder between my two sons 
Si'muel and Thomas when of age. My 
daughter Frances Alcock. My brothers' 
ill -law ex'*." Proved at London IQ Feb , 
1693. 

Nov. 23rd, 1753, Frances Alcock of 
York, spinster. To Miss Elizabeth Hut- 
ton, dau. of John H. of Mask, Esq., my 
goM watch and cabinet The rest to the 
s^ftid John H. and Franc's Wanley, D. IJ., 
dean of Ripon, for the use of Henrietta- 
Maria Dods worth of 'i'hornton Watlass, 
spinster. Codicil, Uth Oct., 1754. Le- 
gacy to Mies Hutton revoked. T give her 
instead my new sett of tea-china, with 
the silver spoons, etc. My said cabinet 
to Jane, wife of Dr. Wanley. Pr. at 
York. Nov. 10, 1765. 

t 'I'he Bartletts of Nutwith Coat were 
a respectable family. I'his geutleman 
was the son of Simon Fartlett. He luid 
an only son, who bora bis name, and was 
buried at Matham in 1769. 

§ A member of a good Kichmondahire 
family. He seems to have restided at 
Mnrske, and to have been intimately con- 
nected with the tiuttons. In 16(15, he 



administered to the effects of John Hut- 
ton, Esq. " 1681, Nov. 29. Mary, dau. 
Brian Askough, bur.— 1683. Oct. 20. 
Eliz., wife of do., bur.— 1698. May 14. 
Marm. Ascough, bur. — 1701. Aug. 28. 
EliE, dau. Brian A., bur.— 1702. Oct 
34. Oswold Tennant of Arkingarthdale 
and Frances Ascough, md. — 1703. May 
29. Anth. Cotes and Eliz. A., md.^ 
1741. Dec. 26. Mat Askey, bur.*'— 
Marske Reg. — 1705. 8 May. i^dm. of 
Brian Aiscough of Snape to Anne his 
widow, Matthew Aiscough of Marske 
being her bondsman. 

II Francis Wanley, D.D., Dean of 
Bipon. His parents, Wm. Wanley and 
Anne Fowle, were married at Manske 
Feb. 2. 1704-5. He owed, without 
doubt, his advancement in life to the 
family of Hutton, and especially to Mat- 
thew Uutton, Archbishop of York, whoso 
chaplain and cousin he was. He was of 
Christ's College, Cambridge, A.B. 1731 ; 
A.M. 1735: Fellow : S.T. P. 1748. Vicar 
of Aldbrough, 1744-1750. Rector of 
Stokesley 1750-1791. Prebendary of 
Linton, at Hnreford, 1745. Prebendary 
of Noi-ton Paliehall, at Southwell, 1748. 
At York he held, successively, the chan- 
cellorship and the stalls of Stillington and 
Weighton. In 1750 he became Dean of 
Ripon, an office which he filled during 
the remainder of his life. He fell into 
great pecuniary difficulties, and was 
obliged to retire to the continent; on 
his return he found the deanery at Kipon 
occupied by the residentiary, who refused 
to relinquish possession. He lired ac- 
cordingly in a house in Kirkgate, assisted 
to the close of his life by many kind 
friends, who never deeei*ted him in his 
misfortunes. He died in 1 791, and was 
interred in Ripon Minster, where there 
is a monument to commemorate him. 
Ilis wife was a daughter of Sir Henry 
Qoodricke of Ribstone, and by her he 
had several children. 

1l A daughter of Humphrey Fowle or 
Fowles, Esq., of Rotherfield, by a dau. 
and co-heir of Wm. Dyke, Esq., of 
Fnint, the sister of Mrs. Hutton. Her 
bister, Auue Fowle, was the second wife 



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201 



1721. April 18. Leonard Stapyltou and Margery Milner, both of this 
parish, man* 

1730. June 16. Henrietta dau. Jno. Dodsworth, Esq., bur.f 

1745. Oct. 13. Sir Couyera Darcy, K* of the Bath, J. Hutton Esq., 
Thos. Metcalf, Esq., Rev. Mr. Playse, dean of Middleham and Rector of 
Bedale, received the Sacrament in the parish church of Marske from the 
hands of Richard Home, curate. 

1747. Matthew Hutton, lord bishop of Bangor, preached at Marske 
2Hth July and 2nd August. Translated to the archbishopric of York, 
Dea 1747. 

1751. Jan. 20 and 21. There fell the greatest snow that ever was 
knowen in the memory of man ; it snowed for 3 days some little, but 
the greatest quantity fell these 2 days, viz., Monday and Tuesday, and 
8(>me little for 4 days following : all the roads were stopd for 4 or 5 
days, and men were obliged to go with spades, (fee, to cut the roads both 
to Richmond and Rceth ; but it turned to a gentle thaw the following 
week, and people gut to tlie market I computed the snow would have 
been 1 yard deep if it had fallen level without wind. 

1756. July 25. Mr. Paul Glenton of Seymour Court, Chandos Street, 
par. St. Martins, London, and Mary Whitehouse, par. Maske, mar.{ 

1770. Dec. 23. Samuel Musgrave of Skelton, bur. Found dead in 
the river between Reeth Bridge and Fremington. 



of Wm. Wanley, E«q., of Eyford (son of 
Andrew Wanley and Frances Uuiton), 
and the mother of Dean Wanley. Wm. 
Wanley. K«q., by his first wit'e, Alice 
ftiwos had a son («eor}^e Wanley (Bowes), 
Em| . who ali(0 married a Hutton. 

* Leonard Stapylton was master of the 
Tillage school at Manke. and secretary to 
Mr. Hutton. He was relatid, 1 believe, 
to the family at My ton, and a cousin, 
perh«{M, uf the rector of Marske. 

Richard Stapylton of Barton makes his 
will. 14 Aug.. 17*22, desiring to be buric^i 
in his son Kichanrs grave in St. Clary's, 
Rart4m. He had by Mary hi:i uife three 
children^ Richard, bur. at Barton, 8 
May, 1487; Anne, the wife of Wm. 
(•itjMun. to mhooi she was married at 
Barton, 18 Feb., 1717-18 ; and Leonard 
htkpylton of Marske, bp. at Barton, *^0 
liar. lt>86-7. He administered to his 
father U Oct 1727. 

Leonard Stapylton, of Marske, was 
mar. at Martkeon 1^ Apr. 17*^1, to Mar- 
gery, dau. of Thos. Milner, who waa then 
3) years old They had the following 
children, Richard, bp. 23 Mar. 1721 2, 
Uving 1764 ; Leonard, bp. Feb. 3, 1723 -4, 
lirng 17*H ; Thos., bp. 6 Aug., 1734, 
living 1764: Saruh, bp. 28 Deo., 17'<^5; 
Mary. bp. Feb, 4, 1726-7, living unmar. 
I7»2; Sarah, bp. 14 Oct.. 172y, mar. 
Thoa. Woodhouse ; and Anne, bp. 6 June, 
1732. and bur. 9 l>ec., 1761. 

l>(M^*nartl SUpylt«>n, the father, waa 
buried at Marske, in June, 1763, «iud his 



wife on the 29th of Oottiber, in the fol- 
lowing year. 

The i^rish re^ster contains some 
earlier notoesof Stapyltons, with whom, 
be it remembered, the Huttons were 
most closely connected by blood an<i 
friendship. — 1635. Dec. 2u. Sythe dau. 
Marm. iStapIeton of Feldome, bp.— 1637. 
May. 28. Mary wife of Marm. 8. bur. — 

1639. Mar. 31. Chr. s. Marm. 8. bp.— 

1640. Apr. 11. Margt. dau. Marm. S. 
bur. — 1640. Dec. .. Anne dau. of Marm. 
S. bp. — 1641. .. Mary wife of Marm. 8. 
bur. — 1641. Aug. 1. Marm. 8. and 
Kliz. .. mar. 

t Her mother was a HutUm of M/irske. 
Her lister, another Henriettt Dixliivrt>rth. 
carrivd the Dtxlsworth estates to the 
Smiths of Newbnd Hall. The mother 
of these two children, Henrietta Hutton, 
livnl to the age of nearly a humlrwl 
ye.ini, survivinK her faculties for a long 
time. Kvery Saturday, when tlie Wat- 
lam a^vnt returned fntni Be<UIe market, 
she asked him, *' Haat thou bought me 
any spioe f 

t At the funeral dinner of a kiiiKman of 
this iienon, a xingular incident tinik p!a< e. 
'J'he arval was held at t)ie little village 
inn, and in the mi<ldle of the festivity a 
neighbour stood up and pro|MMieil as a 
t'Mkft ''A happY resurrection to our de* 
pttiUnl friend !* Another kinitnian wa«, 
till very nn'ently, kee{ier of the luoatio 
asylum at iJenshiim, near Gateahead. 



202 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



1771. Nov. 19. William and Joseph Rookeby bur.* They were 
brothers : both drown*d in Clapgate beck in coming from Richmond on 
tlie Saturday evening before, and found . on the Monday following. 
William Eookby lived at Skelton, and married John Mewbuni's 
daughter and left four children. 



* The record of a melancholy occur* 
rence. Two brothers are drowned in 
CI ipgate beck on their way home from 
Kiclimond market They were found 
locked in each other's arms. They bear 
a gentle name, and in their veins some 
gentle blood was flowing. They were 



lineal descendants, without a break, of the 
old knightly family of Bokeby. As it is 
interesting to trace the history of so 
illustrious a house, I subjoin the follow- 
ing pedigree, which has never been printed 
before : — 



TsoMAS RoKEBT, of Mortham. Esq., bap. 12 Mar.^MAROARCT, dau. of John Wy cliff 



16S9, at Rukoby, mar. at Klrkby HiU 22 Aug. 
1061. Adm. tu hit sou Ralph SO Apr. 1722. 



of O'tiles, Esq., bur. at Bokeby 
5 July, 1703. 



I II II 

]Uart Rokebt, bp. 27 

Aug. 1662. 
BusAKNA, bp. 7 July, 

bur. 11 Sep. 1G64. 
Mildred, bp. 29 Not. 

16<'>5, living 1720. 
Ma Ro A RET, bp. 6 Oct. 

UCu, bur. 12 Apr. 

1608. 
EiiZAHBTu, bp. 12 May, 

1676, mar. Peter Save, 

▼icar of Kirkby MhI- 

Keard, and liviug 1714. 



~\ 

Ch RISTO-qpANKE 

PHKK 

RoKKBT. 

of Boke- 
by, gen., 
bp. 25 
August, 
16«4. 



8ANDEB- 
80K, 

mar. SO 

May, 

1697, 

bur. 

1737. 



nil! 

i, bap. 20 Feb. 1 



Thomas, bap. 20 Feb. 1665-6, bur. 31 Jan. If 66-7. 

FRANrie, bp. 8 Jan. 16«iti-9. 

Ralph, bp. 8 Dec. 1670. Of Cliffe, gen. Adm. 
to hia father 1722. 

William, bp. 4 Fob. 1672. Living tibroad 1720. 
Mar. Frauc«)8 Pcirson of Luwthorp, £. R. 
Her will dated Oct. 12th, 1720. 

JoHKMf, bp. 2 Mar. 1674. living 1714, mar. C.ith. 
Buwes at St. Mary-le-Bow, Durham, aud had 
twfi children. Cath., bp. ib. 23 >ep. 171 S, and 
Thus., bp. 12 AuK'. 171*0. " Mr. Joseph Rokos- 
by, from Uurworth. formerly captuln in the 
army, bur. 2 Nov. 1737," Darlmgton. 



PrrER ROKEBY, 

of par. Wycliffe, 
yoo., bp. 4 July, 
1698, ob. 1761.xK 



Christopher R., 
baptized 28 Sep , 
1707, bur. 27 Doc, 
1772. ^ 



\ 

William Rorp«y,=7=Jame, 

bp. 3 Sep., 16'.)9, 

bur. 5 N'ov.. 1783. 



dau. 



bur. 
1766. 



1 May, 



1 1 

Elizabeih, bp. 

28 Fob. 1702. 
Ann. bp. 11 Mar. 

1704. 



Ann'k, bp. 16 
May 1781, mar. 
19 Feb.. 17..a, 
Francis Apple- 
by, of Baruiug- 
ham. ^ 



William Rokeby,= 
of Skelton, p;ir. 
M.irske, j«»intr,- bp. 
at Bokeby 10 Mar. 
17:i-i, mar. at Manske, 
26 A pr. 17'^3. Drowned 
16 Nov. 1771. 



:Margaret, dau. John and Eliz. 
Mew bum of Sktlton, ob. i!9 
Oct. lb'J6, ret. SO, bur. at 

Meirske. She le-nmr 

I)an))y, a miner, by whom she 
had two children, both of 
whom died young. 



Jos. ROKRBT, bp. 6 
July, 1737, drotvned 
with hia brother 
Wm. 16 Nov. 1771. 
Fkakcis, bp. 9 May, 
1743, bur. 12 Fob. 
17&6. 



William Bokeby,: 
bp. 1 Aug. 1771, of 
Gray's Jnn *Lane, 
Ijoudon. Married, 
30th May, 181' I ; 
died, June 16. 
1823. 



:AxN, dau. 
Bichard 
Jones of 
hhonley, 
Herts; 
died, April, 
1851. 



I 



Elizabeth, bp. at Marske, 11th June, 1764. Married John 

Jolmson of Mill Hill, Hendon, Middlesex, aud died July 

13th, 1813. 
Jane, bp. 2r)th Aup., 1766, died Sept. 24, 1846. Rho lived 

with the Allgood-s of Nuuwick, co. Northumberland. 
Margaret, bp. Nov. 29, 17H8, married Peter tienechale of 

Highgate, and died, i*. p., July 13th, 1813. 



Balph BooKBY.^l. FRANcrH, d. Jas. Dodge, of LiYcrpool; married, Feb. 21, 



of Cecil Cottage, 
Ware, bom, Oct. 
8rd, 1816. 



1^43. die.i.6Oct.,l'-00. 
2. Emilv, d. Wm. Poach, of Rockingh;«m Forest, Northanta; 
mar. 1863. 



William Ro.kby, l>»m, 1847 ;^t^Helbjca, d. Jostph Stringer 
married, 1872. j of Maidstone. 



Eight other 
ohiliireu. 



i 



Eight other children. 



VARSKE, IK SWALEDALE. 



203 



1776. Ang. 8. A negro servant belonging to Mr. Hiitton, and who had 
been in the family about 4 years, and supposed then to be about 1 7 or 
18 years of age, and could say bis catechism in a tollerable manner, bp. 
by the name of John Yorke, and confirmed at Richmond next day.* 

1781. Feb. 10. James Postlethwaite, the popish priest at Clints, bur. 
The service (at request) read as usual. 

1786. May 8. A child of Chr. Tideman's, just removed from Jingle- 
pot to Orgate, between 3 and 4 years old, stray'd from his father's house 
and waa found dead on Marske moont 

1788. Oct. 24. The Rev. Wm. Dockeray,^ rector of Watlass, my old 
schoolfellow and countryman, bur. at Watlass, a<;ed 74 or 5. 

1792. July 18. Anthony Prat, a member of the York Society, § dying 
at Thorn. Potter^s, in Marske, bur. here. 

At the end of the first register book, there is a record of 
the collections made in Marske Church in response to the 
briefs which were sent over the country in shoals. They 
must have been regarded as an intolerable burden to many 
a village congregation. I select a few of them. 

1661. June 30. For repairs of Ripon Minster, 3«. 5c?. || 16G1. Aup^. 
10. For repairs of Pontefract Church, 5«. Id, ICGl. Sept. 15. To the 
repairs of Scarbroup:}i Cjwtle, 2«. 23(/. 1661-2. Feb. 3. Kcj)airinj^ the 
ruinated buildings in Brid^^cnorth, which washoldeu as a gumsou in tlie 



• Mr. Button and Mr. Yorke were his 
8p<>n.<«)r8. The youth turned out badly. 
One of his fAOci<« was a desire to become 
a cl«>rgyiuiui, which, it it unncceiwary to 
■tat«*, WM not indulged. 

t The child followed iU father to the 
moorn and was lo^t. They searched in 
Tain all night, and found it dead next 
inorniiifs. The poor cliild ha<l taken its 
cloff-t off and tried to (<o to nleop. Mr. T. 
Hutt*m rememlK'reil the incident. 

Z Mr. Dockeray was a ^vel]-e<1iicated 
man, and a member of a WvHtuierland 
family. He was for some tinio cuiuto 
an<l schoolmahter at Barninghnm. Ho 
had a good fortune with his first wife, 
¥Aiz. Hutchinson, <!atight«'r of a re«i»»»ct- 
able miller at beminghnm. She died 
fn>m fright wh*le in child-bed (Xmr. Vvh. 
*J6. 174&). The servant maiii, running; 
up stairs, called out, **Uh, nuHtreifS Mr. 
John MiHKink's dea<l !'* which hatl an 
effect on her wh'ch »he could not recover, 
he being a particul.ir friend of the family. 
On Mr. Stapylton's death, a hard, arlii- 
trary man, Mr. MiUiank, from fri^nd^^hip 
to I>«ickeray, snd n<>t wishing his tmauta 
til l>e diatreKtml as hitheito by ltavin^ 
their tithfS taken in kind, ^'''^ve him the 
li^ini^of Watlass. then con'<idcrfNl t4) bo 
worth 2*M)l, per ann., causinfc them to 



promise that they would each lead him a 
loafl of coals; which they did, and had a 
g(K>d dinner at the rectory that day. In 
his latter days he was much afflicted with 
weakness in his knees, so that when he 
walked alone he seemef) as if intoxicated 
and ran straight forward wlien once sot 
vft In the i»atriarchal style he sat be- 
fore his door on summer eveninirs on a 
block, and calliHl out to or conyt;rM>d with 
the farniern a8 they returned from their 
labour, de«irini^ them to come to him 
and tike a draiiKht of ale, ^vliich he 
would call to hin daughter to biii)g, «ay- 
ing, ** Vou have borne the burthen and 
he.it of the day." 

Mr. DtKikeray's son, by a second wife, 
Sarah lianby. 'Ihomas Dockeray, bt>came 
curate of IUr<I.\le, and vicar of Well. He 
was born at Barningliam in 175r». — 
J. R. W. 

$ Prolablr some benefit club. Tlie 
York Amicable Society was, i believe, 
then in exii«tence. 

1) I have a copy of thin brief, which is 
a pample of this cla^ts of documents. It 
di .<«(Til>es at len»;th the wants of Kipon 
MiiiMrr. and was didy revl out in the 
church at Mamke. A blmk is left in the 
print i**r the name *>( the parish where 
the collection was made, and its amount. 



206 MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 

witches and witchcrafts, by Jo. Gaule. A muster roll of y« evill angells 
&c., by R. B. The Christian sacrifice, by James Barker. Stoa trium- 
phans, or two sober paradoxes. Directions for y** private reading of y* 
Scriptures, by Nicholas Bifeild. Meditationes Sancti Augustini. A 
golden chaine, by Tho. Rogers. Essayes, (fee, by Rich. Brathwayt. Me- 
morialis vitse Christianee {by Louts de Granada), i- ii. David persecuted. 
Bacon's advancement of learning. Christ sett forth, by Tho. Goodwin. 
Now or never, by Rich. Baxter. A short essay of afflictions. Sunima 
doctrinaj ChristiansB. Helps to Christian duties, by Hen. Whitfield. 
The cause and cure of a wounded conscience, by Tho. Fuller. August, 
medita [tiones]. An answer to Monsieur de la Militiere, dbc. Divi Aurel. 
Augustini, <fec. The doctrine of the Bible. Wisdome and innocence, <kc. 
A discourse of holy love, &c. The saint's guide, &c., by Tho. Hooker. 
An opening of the tenn coramandraents, by Will. Whately. Judgment 
and mercy for afflicted soules, by Fra. Quarles. The mirror of martyrs. 
A treatise of prayer. A miscellany of ejaculations, divine, morall, ttc. 
The practise of Christian perfection, by Tho. White. Faith and exper- 
yence, by John Collings. The saint's infirmitys, by John Preston. Milke 
for babes, <fec., by Martin Fynch. Psalmi sen precationes, <fec. The 
measures and offices of friendship, by Jer. Taylor. Physickc against 
famine, <feo., by W^ill. AttersolL Memoriale vita) Christianee, &c. The 
plaine man's pilgrimage, tkc, by W. W. The oxe musseled, &c. The 
rowsing of the sluggard, <kc. Tiie doctrine and use of y« Sacrament, «fec. 
Seventeene little sermon bookes. An essay of drapery, by William 
Scott 

These books, I believe, have long since disappeared. 

The rectory of Marske is valued in the king's books at 
12/. 6^. 3^rf. According to an old survey in the Registrnra 
Honoris de Richmond, the living paid 1 0^. for procuration 
fees, 4^. 6rf. for Peter-pence, and 1^. for synodals. 

Circa 1270, Hervey son of William de Marske grants to 
the church of St. Edmund of Marske and to John, the rector, 
and his successors, his arable land and wood " juxta le gyle 
in Henri wra," he releasing the donor and his heirs from the 
tithe of hens and eggs. This is, I believe, the 40 acres now 
in the possession of the rector. 

In 1446, when an enquiry was made into the value of tlie 
living, it was found to be worth 10/. and was taxed at 
10 marks, the amount fixed upon at the Nova Taxatio in 
1292, it having been taxed previously at 16 marks. (Reg. 
Archid. Richmond, & Rot. Orig. in Thesaurario Dunelm.) 
When Bishop Gastrell made his survey of the diocese of 
Chester, the living was worth, glebe, tithes, and fees, 71/. 5^. 
At the present time the tithes are commuted for 390/. per 
annum, in addition to which there are some 40 acres of glebe 
land, for the most part iu a bad condition. 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 207 

Charities. — la 1655 Thomas Hutchinson gave 100/. to 
the poor of the parish, invested ii) a yearly rent charge of 
5/. out of the Glints estate ; 3/. of it to be distributed in 
Skelton and the rest in Marske. The Rev. John Jackson 
bequeathed certain rent-charges for the use of the poor ; 
these, pursuant to his will, were sold many years ago, 
and invested in lands in the parish of Richmond and in 
tithes and land at East Harlsey, near Northallerton, which 
are let for between 60/. and 80/. per annum. The lord of 
the manor and the rector are the trustees. The poor have 
also a yearly rent charge of 10^. out of the Riddings farm, 
near Grin ton. 

There is also in the village a small school for the benefit 
of the parish, of which the lord of the manor and the rector 
have the management. The endowment of the school in 
Bishop Gastrell's time was 9/. per annum. Through the 
kindness of the trustees of the Hutton charity and the 
owner of the estate, the master now receives nearly 50/. 
per annum. 

The Hutton charity consists of a sum of money lefl in 
1814 by Matthew Hutton, Esq., for the benefit of the poor 
of the parish. The testator directed that it should be laid 
out in land within the parish of Marske. It was impossible 
to carry out this request, and the estate of the trust is in 
the neighbourhood of Northallerton. 

At the dissolution of the monasteries there were several 
parcels of land within the parish in the hands of ecclesiastical 
corporations. Feldom belonged to Jervaux abbey, and an 
account of it will be given afterwards. The nunnery of 
Marrick had property in Marske which was valued at 13^. 4^. 
per annum. This is mentioned at a very early period among 
the Marrick deeds in the Collectanea Topographica. There 
was also property in the village worth 12fi^. per annum be- 
longing to the tiny cell of St. Martin, near Richmond. 

At an early period there was a hermitage at Marske 
tenanted by a recluse who would find in this wild neighbour- 
hood the most perfect repose. The site of the cell is un- 
known. A little croft was attached to it which the hermit 
would cultivate. Without manual labour it would be 
scarcely possible for him to exist. Take away his croft and 
garden, and his little all was probably a scanty pension from 
the lord of Marske, and the gifts of the wayfarer or neigh* 



20S KARSKE, m SWALEDALB. 

bour. Oaten cake and milk and cheese would be his usual 
food. Perhaps in some happy hour, when a hunting party 
swept past his door, he would have an unwonted boon in 
some of the spoils of the chase. We will not suppose that, 
like his brother at Copmanhurst, he would join in it himself. 
Thb Hall stands on the southern bank of the rivulet, in 
a most charming situation. Sheltered from the northern 
blasts by a group of aged sycamores, and lying, as it were, 
in the smooth basin formed by an amphitheatre of hills, it 
looks towards the south-east. On either side of you the 
ground rises upwards in undulations so beautifully rounded 
that you might imagine that nature, for once at least, had 
simulated art. The prospect in. front is bounded by the 
abrupt outline of the Redscar, but, as the eye falls down- 
wards it rests upon a softer and a more pleasing landscape. 
Before you is a stately avenue of limes intended, perhaps, at 
some time to form the approach to the hall, and to divert 
the road towards the village, which now runs, with an 
agreeable effect, through the very grounds. On either side 
of the road are the gardens, covering a large area, and laid 
out in teiraces beside the brawling stream. Shrubs of the 
choicest kinds are blended on the slopes with the native 
brushwood, and among them, at the verge where the forest 
trees creep in, stands a silver fir, the finest, perhaps in 
England. The poet Mason, who was well acquainted with 
the beauties of Marske, does not forget it in his English 
Garden. 

Far to the north of thy imperial towers, 

Augusta ! in that wild and Alpiue vale, 

Through which the Swale, hy mountain-torrents swell'd 

Flings his redundant stream, there liv'd a youth 

Of poUsh'd manners ; ample his domain, 

And fair the site of his paternal dome. 

He lov'd the art I sing ; a deep adept 

In nature's story, well he knew the names 

Of all her verdant lineage. 

On the summit of the hill that overhangs the hall, to the 
westward, is the deer park, which has been in existence for 
more than a century. In it, on the loftiest eminence that 
can be found, there peers over the trees an obelisk of free- 
stone. It commemorates Matthew Hutton, Esq., who died 
in 1814. He desired that his bones should be laid near a 



HABSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 209 

place from which he had so often admired the beauties of 
the scenery around. 

Aapicit, et moriens dulcea reminlBcitur ArgOB. 

And his wishes were fulfilled. The funeral service was read 
over his remains in the little church below, and then the 
procession wound slowly up the hill and his body was laid in 
the earth at the appointed spot. Tiie pillar bears the follow- 
ing inscription to commemorate him : — 

H. 8* B. 

UATTBMVB BUTTON, ARMIQER, 

DB 

MACCLESFIELD 

COM. CESTRIAE 

OBIIT. ZXII DIE DECEM. MDCCOZIV. 

jBTATIS SUiS zxzv. 

The ball, as it is at present, bears no great appearance of 
antiquity. It is a plain substantial edifice, somewhat similar 
to Rokeby Hall, built, in all probability, about 150 years 
ago. Remains of the old house, however, may be found in 
the interior. There are no traces now of the '' faire place " 
which Leland saw at Marske in his pilgrimage ; but, as far 
as comfort is concerned, there is no reason, probably, to 
regret its destruction. The stables stand to the westward 
of the hall, and were built about 1 750. They were erected 
for the accommodation of a magnificent stud of race-horses, 
one of which, known by name of Black Chance, brought 
considerable credit to his owner. There is a portrait of him 
still preserved, shewing the proportions of a steed when 
four-mile heats could be run with no difficulty at all. 
Another horse, called Marske, was the sire of the celebrated 
Eclipse, and is well known to all who are versed in the 
history of the turf. He, too, had his portrait painted, of 
which there is an engraving.* 

* Xr. HuttoD*! groom used to be a He alwayt went to the Mine ehureh 

rrfolar attender of Ditrhun raoee about (Klvet), oeoupying the Mme aeat, and 

$« or 100 years since. He took over hia luteniog each year to the same sermon, 

nsaiar's horsee in the course of the pre> The vicar selected the eoeonragiDg test, 

ceding week, and on the Sunday moroing '* So run that ye may obtain ** f Tempore 

befo e the raoea duly went to church. mutantur. 

TOtb TL I* 



210 MARSKE, IK 8WALEDALE. 

The following is a list of the pictures at Marske to which 
any names are assigned. 

Matthew Hutton, Archbishop of York. A short, stem looking man. 
He wears a black cap fringed with white lace, and a white ruff. An un- 
pleasing picture. In the comer is ^'Ja. 16, 1G05, aetatis suae, 80." 
Staircase. 

The same. In the comer is the date 1603. It represents a very aged 
man in his episcopal robe& Age has somewhat softened his features, but 
the aspect is still forbidding. Library, There is another portrait of 
him at Clifton Castle. 

Matthew Hutton, bom 1652. In a green mantle. A long, pale face. 
Morning Room, 

John Hutton, Esq., d. 1731. A good-looking man, in brown coloured 
coat and wig. Morning Room, 

His wife, Dorothy Dyke. A short woman with a pleasing face. She 
wears a pearl necklace. Morning Room, 

John Hutton, £sq., d. 1768. A tall person, in brown coat and wig, 
and full face. Morning Room, 

His wife, Elizabeth, dau. and oo-heiress of James Lord Darcy. A 
tall and handsome woman, with a somewhat weak expression. Morning 
Room, 

Matthew Hutton, Archbishop of York and Canterbury ; in gown and 
bands. Whitaker describes the picture as that of " a plump and rosy 
divine, of tranquil times, when persecution no longer alarmed, nor pro- 
found theological studies wasted the frame of theologians. '^ Dining- 
Room, 

Henrietta Dodsworth, his sister, dressed in white and blue. A tall 
and handsome woman. In oval frame. Morning Room, 

John Hutton, Esq., d. 1782, when a boy of 15 or 16, with a sister. 
Dining-Room^ 

The same, by Hudson, a fine brilliant portrait, in brown coat and 
wig. The face beams with kindness and animation. Dining- Room. 

John Hutton, Esq., d. 1841. A small picture. A very intelligent 
face. Dining-Room, 

Captain James Hutton, his brother, d. 1803. Dressing-Room to Yellow 
RooTn, 

Matthew Hutton, d. 1814. Dining-Room, 



Sir Conyers Darcy, restored Lord Darcy and Conyers in 1641. A 
handsome face, florid and oval, with a Carolian beard and moustache. 
Half-length. He is in a court dress, and has a purple mantle with a 
surcoat of white point lace. A very pleasing picture. Dining-Room, 

Dorothy Bellasis, his wife. A pretty girlish face with light hair and 
brown eyes. She holds a watch in her hand, and is veiy richly attired 
in a brown, brocaded drass trimmed with lace. Her ear-rings, singularly 
enough, are attached to the ears by ribands. Dining-Room, 

James Lord Darcy of Navan, d. 1731, a tall, dark man, with hand- 



MARSKB, IN SWALEDALE. 2J1 

»ome bnt careworn face, dressed in a brown velvet coat. GalUry. 
There is another portrait of him in the Yellow Bed- Room. 

His 2nd wife» Mary, d. Sir Wm. Hickes. In a black dress, with a 
pearl neckLooe. Features good, but hard expression. Gallery, 

His 3rd wife, Anne, dau. Ralph Lord Stawell. Dressed in dark green. 
A round florid face, and dark hair. A fine portrait. Drawing- Boom. 

His 4th wife, Margaret Burrell. Dressed in green velvet. A hand- 
some, round face, with much colour in it Gallery. 

Anne Darcj, his dau. and co-heiress, the wife of John Yorke, Esq. 
A tall and handsome woman, resembling her sister, Elizabeth Hutton. 
Dark oval face, with colour. Dressed in a dark jacket edged with white 
fur. Gallery, 

James Jessop, Lord Darcy of Navan. A small and very pleasing 
picture. He is dressed in brown velvet, with his hair unpowdered. 
The countenance is open and florid, with keen, dark eyes. IHning- 

Thomas Lister, Esq., of Bawtry, d. 1670, husband of Barbara Hutton. 
Gallery. 

William Dyke, of Frant, Esq. (father of Dorothy Hutton). Brown 
Bed' Room. 

Mr. Penkherst of Kent. Dining-Room. 

Elizabeth, wife of John Dyke, Esq. Dressing-Room to Yellow Bed- 
Rfiom. 

Miss Shuttleworth of Forcett Gre^n Bed- Room. 

Robert Bowes, son of George Wanley Bowes, Esq. and Anne Hutton. 
The head of a boy 3 years old. Dining- Ro(tm. 

Master Metcalfe of Nappa, the last of that family. A tall, high- 
coloured boy, in a green velvet dress. Gallery. Next to him is a 
picture supposed to be the likeness of his mother. 

Rev. Richard Home, rector of Marske, d. 1803. Staircase. 

Cuthbert Tunstall, bishop of Durham, with beads in his hand. An 
original portrait from the collection at Wycliffe. 

Queen Elizabeth, in a richly jewelled dress, probably an original. 
Sfnircnse. 

A full-length portrait of the widow and son of Sir Walter Raleigh. 
This is a very interesting picture. The little boy bears the welUknown 
features of the unfortunate statesman, and there is a pensive, melancholy 
air about mother and son that reminds us of their troubles. She is 
dressed in black, with one arm resting on a table. Lady Raleigh's ring 
is also preserved at Marske. Staircase. 

Charles I. Two pictures. Staircase, and Drtmng-Rxtm to Yellow 
Bed-room. 

Henrietta-Maria. Two pictures. Staircase, and Drcising-Room to 
Yellow Bed' Room. 

Charles II. Staircase. 

I/>rd Holland and Kensington. Brown Bed- Room. 

Lady Holland and Kensington. Gallery. There is a replica of this 
picture at Langton Hall near Mai ton. Lord Holland appears also there 
wearing the Garter. This is the ill-fated peer who was lx>headed for his 
loyalty on 9 March, 1^18-9. The laced shirt which he wore at his 
execution and stained with hi.*) hlooil is preserved at Thornton Wiitlans. 

F 2 



212 MARSKE, IN SWALEDALR. 

James Duke of Monraouth. A Braell oval portrait. So beautifully is 
it paiuted that it looks like a miniature. He is in armour, with his 
long, dark locku rolling over the burnished steel. The face is radiant 
with vivacity and intelligence. Red Bed-Room. 

Mary Tudor, natural daughter of Charles I. and wife of James Lord 
Derwentwater. Small oval picture. Galhry. 

A daughter of Louis XIV., probably Mad^ de Blois. Staircase. 

Portrait of a Flemish lady. Stairca^. 

Council of Reformers, seated at their work. Staircase, 

I now come to the history of the parish and the descent 
of the estate. The number of Knglish statute acres within 
the parish at the last census was 5,220 ; the whole, with the 
exception of a scanty portion appertaining to the rector of 
Marske, is now concentrated in the family of Button. The 
whole estate was, in old times, part of the great Richmond 
fee, and was granted out, Applegarth excepted, by one of 
the ancient earls to the Roalds, afterwards to be identified 
with the Scropes of Bolton, under which lordship it is a manor, 
being holden by knight's service. They subinfeuded it to 
different tenants, and their properties remained distinct till 
a very recent period, when they were bought up by Mr. 
Timothy Hutton and his brother. I shall divide the parish 
into five properties, Marske, Glints, Skelton, Feldom, and 
West Applegarth, and shall consider the history of each 
separately. 

The Estate of Marske. — There is no mention of Marske 
in the Domesday Book. And it is also to be observed that 
when Walter de Gaunt gave the church of Grinton to the 
priory of Bridlington during the reign of Henry I., it was 
called the church of St. Andrew in Swaledale, as if there 
was then no other church in the valley. It is quite possible 
that at that early period the village of Marske had no exist- 
ence, and that the lands were not yet divided from some 
neighbouring manor. At all events they were included in 
the vast estates of Edwin the Saxon earl, which was seized 
by the Conqueror and bestowed by him en masse, as a royal 
guerdon, upon his nephew Alan earl of Brittany. Thence- 
forward Marske was a portion of the magnificent Honor de 
Richmond, and from its vicinity to the castle it is probable 
enough that it was retained for some time in the possession 
of the earls, for pasturage or hunting. It is not quite cer- 
tain when Marske became a manor, and to whom it was first 



MAR8KE, IN 8WALEDALB. 213 

granted out. When Rirkby's inquest was taken, the Roalds 
held immediately under the earl, but in the following charter, 
which was granted more than a century earlier, the earl 
himself grants common to a subtenant for all his lands in the 
manor, and that by the bounds by which the manor itself is 
afterwards conveyed by a Roald. I cannot ascribe to this 
charter a date later than 1171, and it is of so much value 
and interest that I give it in ea^tenso. 

Couanus filiuB Conani,* comes Richraondiee, omnibus homiaibns suis 
Fmncis et Anglicis, clericis et laicis, tarn prscsentibiis quam futuris, 
Silutem. Notum sit vobis quod dedi, concessi, et hac prsesenti carta mea 
coufirmavi Harschulpho Clesebj, meo carissimo consaiigiiiueo et con- 
stabilario castri mei Richmondiae, et omnibus terris et teaementis suis in 
Novo Foresto, manerioetdominio de Merske cum pertinentiis, libertAtem 
et communam in omnibus locis, terris, pratis, silvis, cumpis, moris, bosois, 
plants, pascuiset pasturis, cimi bonis suis omnibus et catallis cujuscunque 
generis vel s])eciei sint aut fuerint, et in omnibus aliis aisisamentis et 
pn>ficiuset ctjmmoditatibus ad aliciijus creatune usum pcrtinentibus vel 
intra aut supra terram cum pertinentiis spectantibus. 

Videlicet, a philo aquas forest se versus austrum usque ad comarium 
clausurse de Skelton, et deinde usque lapidem stantem in oriente fine de 
Uesylhowe, et de inde usque ad congeriem lapidum super Cockhowo, et 
de inde sicut aqua cselestis dividit inter dominium de Skelton et dominium 
de Merske usque ad Whytegate, et sicut Whytegate se ostendit versus 
austrum usque Tbjrlgate et Bratheow-bek, et sicut Bradehowe bekk 
deifcendit in aquam de Swale, et sicut aqua de Swale desceiidit usque 
pedem aquro forost», et ulterius sicut aqua de Swale descendit in pedem 
aquie de Felbek, ascondendo per Fcll^eck U8()ue pedem de Sowemjre, et 
de inde usque Wudkeld juxta locum qui vocatur Chapel-grene, et a 
Cbapel-grene usque pedem de Swnjnemjre, et de inde usque lapidem 
su{)er moram usque comarium albi muri, et sicut alba mora se ostendit 
et extend it verMus Occident cm usque lapidem stantcm super rodain qusa 
VDcatur Clevedale Rake, alias vocatur Hyne Hake, et sic linialiter do- 
scendendo per lapidem vocatum Whytc-stane super GrayHtane Hill u.scjue 
lyvolum de Clevedale, et sicut rivolus de Clevedale tran^jit in acpiam 
forestic, et sicut aqua foresUe dividit inter dominium de Merske et 
Skelton. Prtcterea, inHU{)er, dedi et concessi dicto Harsculpbo et bercdi- 
bus suis advocationem occIoMiic de Merske. Item dedi eidom Harsciilpbo 
in omnibus terris suis libcrtatom tenendi curiam cum juribus et omnil^us 
aliis aisisamentis a tribus scptimauis in tres veluti alicui curiie convrnit 
contingere et |)ertincre sine alicujus curite sectatioiie, pro hc, etbcrcdibus 
suis et tenentibus suis libere et intc;;re sine ali(]uo imi)edimcnto. Item 
dedi etiam dicto Arshculpho et terris suis pnedictis hbertatem piscanJi 
in omnibus aquis meis de forcsta cum ret is, sa^enis et instmtueiitis aliis 
piscationi convenient i bus. Similiter dedi predict o An<cuI|>bo et terris 
Buts predict is lihertatem ad sec tarn niulendinorum suorum unacum 

* WiM gTmodUth«r was Conan Duke of Cnnan. His o^n father wns AUn ■ur> 
BritUoj, tad h«no« he CilU himself ftu named Niger, Earl of hichmimd. 



214 



MABS&E, IN SWALEDALE. 



teiientibus et omnibus aliis infra metas prsedictas commorantibns. Item 
dedi dicto HarBcnlpho et heredibus suis libertatem venandi in omnibus 
boscis, vastis, pascuis et pasturis, infra dominium de Merske. Preeterea, 
etiam, dedi et concessi ac coufirmavi dicto Harsculpho libertatem clau- 
dendi, murandi, seperandi vel fossandi omnes terras suas manerio de 
Marske pertinentes, cum boscis, aquis et omnimodis aliis commoditatibus 
et aisissaraentis qualitercumque dicto manerio spectantibus aut pertinen- 
tibus yeme et restate, et in separali contiuere, et libertatem pncdictam 
complete, libere et imperpetuum ab omnibus hominibus conservare, sicut 
divise et habunde in mea pra'sentia assignavi, ut supradictum est et 
.specificatum — habendum et tenendum omnes libertates et communism 
prsedictas cum suis pertinentiis prsefato Uarsculpho, heredibus et assig- 
natis suis, imperpetuum de me et heredibus meis, reddendo inde mihi et 
heredibus meis tres racemos zinsibri in die Natalis Domini, si petantnr, 
pro omnibus aliis servitiis, consuetudinibus, exactionibus et demand is. 
£t ut ista mea prassens concessio et donatio stabilis sit et firma, imper- 
petuum sigillum meum praesentibus apposui. Hiis testibus Gylberto 
Folyot, Elya Amundavilla, Henrico Camerario, Yvone capellano, Galfrido 
filio Bryani, Hugone hostiario, Elya de Downehome, Adam de Rothmere, 
Malgero filio Galfridi, Alexandro arcumgerente, et aliis multis. (Seal 
defaced. Small Brown wax.) 

This is a very interesting deed. It introduces us to a new 
constable of Richmond castle, called Harsculph de Cleseby, 
who was a kinsman of the great earl himself. With the help 
of the chartulary of Easby and other evidence, I venture to 
give a suggestive sketch of the origin and connexion of the 
Roalds and the Clesebies, which will help to explain the 
descent of Marske. 



IL\soixr Hi'SARD 
holds lands co. 
Gloucester, etc., 
temp. Domesday, 



Emhakt MrsAKD, Couatable of 
Richmond Castlo, and I^rd 
of CloHsby temp. Domesdav 



r 



UaKSCOLPH lkIUBAItD=p 



RoALD fil. Harsculph, Con-=?=GAR8iENA. Eudo. Cf. Reg. Hon. 



stable of Richmond, founds 
Easby, 1162. 



de RicbmoDdL p. 



Alan fll. Roaldi,: 
Constable of 
Richmond,con- 
f\TmB grant of 
his nephew, 
Conan, fll.Rliie, 



Olvva. 
(Liber 
Vitaj 
Dunelm.) 



Theophanta grants land in 
Warth to Easby for the 
souls of Roald, her father, 
and Garsiena, her mother, 
with the assent of Gonan, 
her son and heir, and 
Alan, the Constable, her 
brother. 



J 



CoNAN fil. KUm, couflrms grant lu Warth. 
Cf. Reg. UuiL de Richm. 28, etc. 



Robert, fll. HarBOuIph,= 
grants a toft in Scyth 
to Easby. 



Eudo. 
Cf. Reg. 
Ron. de 
R. lOS. 



Rob. A1. Rob. de: 
Cleseby, grants 
h a car. of land In 
Scyth to Easby. 



r 



Harsculph, fll. Rob. de Cleseby, 
confirms the grant uf Hob. fil. 
Uaniculfl, fiH m'i. Constable 
of Richmond, cii-ca 1170 (?). 



6 



MAR8KE, IK fiWALEDALS. 



215 



1 



I 

BoALD SL AIahI, ood-:^=8ibella. 
flrms fruit of 
tUmid his gmdt. 
to Euby. Onuita 
RiMdale to It 
for tlio Kmla of 
Umaelf and his 
wif«. 



rr 



7'"' 

m. JoUaa 
▼lllo. 
Other fMue. 



B 



X 



Harbculph fiL 
HATteulph, d. 
In Diittanj 

fighting 
against the 
King. Lands 
•schsRtod. 0th 
John. 
MadooL Furtn. 



I 
Adam ds 
Clibkbt, 
grantsd 
uads In 
Manketo 
his broi 
Reginald. 



1 



RaOINALD 

Clicskbt. 



RoALD AL Roaldi, mar. Matflda do Marra. 
Alak fll. Roaldi, Lftrd of Crit and Cunstible Burton, grandfather 
of tis Uamculph de Closeby, Lord of Marske in iJVt). 

If this pedigree be correct, the lloalds and the Clesobies 
are members of the same family, and the connexion of the 
Clesebies with Marske will be readily understood. The 
following deed, made circa 1200, confirms the connexion. 

Adam de ClesebL — Reginaldo fratri meo, pro humagio et servitio bug, 
dims hovatas terrso in Mersc euro tofto et crofto et cum omnibus pertineu- 
tiiH t»uis 8ine retencmcnto ; illas, scilicet, quas Petrus de Mersc dedit mi hi 
pro Bervitio meo : illi, scilicet et heredibua suis tenendas de me et heredi- 
biiB mcis in feudo et hcreditate Iil>ere et quiete, faciendo forinsecum 
servitium quantum pertinet ad duus bovatas terra? in feudo ubi duodecim 
carucatte terrsB faciunt feudum militis, et reddendo annuatim mihi et 
heredibua meis quatuor solidoa, scilicet, duos solidos ad Pentecost en et 
duos solidos ad festum Sancti Martini. Hiis testibub Hadulfo filio Radulfi 
de Mulet\ Halnado de Halnadebi, Nicholao de Stapelton, Alexandre de 
Croft, Roberto de Brethanebi, Alano Clerico, Bene* lie to de Stapelton, 
Alexandre de Clesebi, Henrico de Jollebi, Rogero de Aldeburc. (Seal, a 
fleur-de-lis, sio. adb de clissbi.) 

It nppenrs from this deed that there was a family of the 
name of Marske holding property in the place. It is pro- 
bable that they were Clesebies, mutato nomine. Among the 
Marske papers is the following charter : — 

Alanus de Barton, quondam manens in Clescbj. — Harsquid' Alio 
Willclmi de Clchebj totum mes. meum in TiUa de C'leseby et etiam totam 
temim meam sicut jucet apud KUehou in territorio ejusdem. Testibus, 
i(Hiri4{uido domino de Clcsoby, Willelmo de Mordon, Alexandre de 
Cleseby, Alano Orre in Stapelton, Alano de Barton clerioo. 

This Alan is probably the person who begins the pedigree 
of the Marskes which is given below. They increased their 
estate in Marske by acquiring a bovate of land which some 
early benefactor had given to Easby abbey, in exchange for 
lands of their own in Barton. Among the muniments of the 
college of the vicars choral at York arc two grants of land in 



216 MAKSKE, IN SWALEDALB. 

Barton by Robert de Merac and Robert son of Alan de Mersc. 
Did Alan de Barton change his name when he acquired pro- 
perty at Marske % This is, at least, a probable supposition. 
The date of these documents is certainly not later than 1 230. 
The following pedigree will show the descent of the estate for 
the greater part of a century : — 



I 

RoBKBTfiL Alani de Mimke grants to Kwiby 12<Z. 7e«rl7=f:ALiaA. 
out of land in Barton, for his own soul and thoae of 
Alico hit wife^ and Alan hia £Ath«r. 



RooBR fil. Rob., fil. Alani de Marske, ooc. in=^AMiciA, whom Rob. fil. Cassandra sobor Ro- 
1257 in the Eaaby chartulary. Rob., calls avia. oeri ob Marsbb. 



I 



Robkrt fiL Rogeri, doaoinuB de- 
MarakCp witn. a grAUt to 
Harske churoh. 



:AuoB, rdeases her dower to Philip de 
Baperton in 1206, as " vidua Robert! 
quondam domini de Morse." 



1* WyMARK=R« BBRT ill. Roberll, dominus^AucB. In 1.323, m wid. of Robert, . . . Marskb, m. 

de Marske, unol>« of Uam- fortiiorly ix>rd of M., she releases . . . dau. of 

cbulph do Clesoby. Di*- Harschulph de Cleaeby from a Sir Alan 

poses of Marske in 12f6. payment of 40t. at her doatb. fits Roald. 

! 

A dBa.=FHARBcnLPH DB Clbsbbt, nephew of Robert de 
j Marske and Roald of Constable Barton. 

There are a great many charters at Marske relating to 
persons of this name and to small portions of property in the 
parish which were made in the thirteenth century. I give 
extracts from a few of them, observing, in limine^ that the 
names of the places are still, to a great extent, retained at 
the present day. 

Robertus filiiis Alani de Merske — Willelmo filio Rogeri de eadem villa 
— 4 acr. terrsB in Clivedale — ^redd. 2«. per ann. — ita tameu quod quo- 
cienscunque preedictus Willelmus in foresterio ceciderit niohil amplius 
quam Qd. dabit. Testibus, Conano de Mersk, Warino con verso, Rogero 
de Haske, Petro de Merske, Gilberto ejusdem viilee, Roberto saoerdote. 

Robertus filius Herveii de Mersc — Johanni filio Petri de Mersc — acram 
terrsD quam Her v. pater meua vendidit in magno suo negotio. Test, R. 
capellano de MersC) Roberto filio Alani, etc. 

Job. fil Petri de Mersc — Henrico nepoti meo — unam particulam terr» 
in campo de Mersc, scilicet viride assartum in Feldegile et duas par- 
ticulas teme et terram meam in Acreshowe et in le hengande, cum uno 
tofto in parte superiore tofti quondam Petri filii Lucae patris raei — rent 
\d. Test., dom. Job. tunc recture de Mersc, Rogero domino de Mersc, 
Conajno de Mersa 



MARSRB, IN SWALEDALE. 



217 



Rogenis fil. Roberti de Merao— Henrioo filio Reginald' — ^-'llud toftum 
et croftum quod fuit Cassandne Bororis mead in villa de Mersc, et sex 
acras tems mese in Mernc, et liberam commiiniam. Test, magiMtxo 
Roberto de Cleseby persona de Dunum, domino Job. persona de Mersc, 
Johanne filio Petri de eadem, Job. de Ellertona, Galfr. de Apelgard, 
Robert6 receptore de Ricbmond, Willelmo de Bulbreo, Jobanne olerioo 
de Mersc. 

Robertns filius Henrici de Merso — Willelmo Hobtton duas pecias terras 
in territorio de Mersch Tocatas Conanridding & Henriridding, paying I2d. 
rent to the nuns at EUerton and a lb. of incense to tbe monks at Jervaux. 
Test, dom. Gwyscbardo de C barren tunc senescallo Ricbemundiss, Hal- 
natb de Haluatbeby tunc ballivo, dom. Job. tunc persona de Mersck, 
magistro Job. de Hobtton, Herveo fil. Will, de Mersck, &c 

Johannes dux Britanni» primogenitus domiuus Ricbemund — Willelmo 
de liohttun — domes suas in magno sno assarto apud Feldegile in terri- 
tf>no de Mersc — scd quod sit talis clausura circa dictum assartum qualis 
clausura solet esse circa campos in fores ta, et quod non babeat ibi canem 

oomniorautem. Tebtibus Job. de le Bret*n, Alano militibuSy 

Bartholomeo capellano, Ilalnato de Halnathebj, Rogero de Auget, 
Roberto de Applegartb. 

Willelmus de Hocbton in Neuton jnxta Barton — Roberto filio Roberti 
domino de Mersk et Wjmark uxori suae — totum clausum subtus Clappe- 
gate quod vocatur Conanriding, exoepta portione ecclesiie. Testibus, 
domino Hugone de Ask et Halnetb de Hanletbby, militibus, Roberto de 
Apelgartby etc. 

When Kirkby's inquest was taken in 1287 it was found 
that there were six carucates of arable land in Marske, 
twelve making a knight's fee : of these Henry de Marske 
held one, Roger de Scargill half a carucate, and Roger de 
Bretham another half, all of Robert do Marske. These lands, 
together with four other carucates, were held by the said 
Robert of Roald de Richmond. 

I do not intend to weary my readers with a recital of all 
the little changes of property at Marske. There are very 
many of them. Tlie purchase of a single house, in those 
days, might originate at least a dozen charters.* Every 
person who, by the utmost stretch of the imagination, could 
be supposed to have the slightest interest in the property 
which was sold was required to release his right to the pur- 
chaser. The Dean and Chapter of Durham have, on an 



* In th« muniment room at Marske 
there are at least 3o0 of these charters, 
^U oi which I bare carefully perused. 
They wei% catalogued b J Matthew Huttou, 
Kii.|. . of Marake, who died in I titjO, and, nub- 
stK^uently.thejhave been arruii;ed by Mr. 
Michael Kryer, who was on tlie ni<Mt in> 
timato terms with the late John Mutton, 



Esq. Mr. Fryer lived for a Ion; time at 
Revth. spending a great portion of his 
tiixte at Marske. He was a distinguished 
miithemstieian, and well vened in auti- 
qui tie*. He drew up the account of 
K\itrf'ti6 Aram, which w.is pnnte^l at 
Richmond in 1832. Mr. Fryer died at 
Newcastle about 1810. 



218 MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 

average, eight or ten charters connected with every acre of 
land that they possess ! No one will thank me for telling 
him to whom each toft and croft in a little country village 
was leased out, and how they returned to the lesson No one 
cares to know how there was occasionally a sale of a house 
or an acre of land, and what anxiety there was to recover it. 
There is nothing worthy of being recorded in the history of 
the magnates, if we may so call them, of a little country 
village, whose social position was scarcely superior to that of 
the labourers of the present day. 

In 1294 Robert de Marske begins to part with his estate. 
Some of it went to Philip de Saperton, rector of Marske, but 
the whole, either immediately or subsequently, went to 
llarsculph de Cleseby, a nephew of Robert de Marske, and 
of the head-lord, Sir Roald fitz Roald. In this way the 
estate was kept in the family. 

Abundjb de Merhke. — Sciant preesentes et futuri quod ego Rowaldus 
dominiis de Constable Burton dedi, concessi et hac prsesenti carta mea 
confirmavi Herschulpho Ckshy, nepoti meo, totum dominium de Merske, 
una cum advocatione ecclesicc ejusdem, ac molendinum meura aquaticum ; 
cum omnibus suis pertiueutiis, sicut jacent particulariter ex utraque 
parte aqua) forestse, sicut se abundant versus austrum usque pcdem de 
Hartsties, ascendcndo in Hartstics usque cornariura clausorum de Skelton, 
et dcinde u»que lapidem stautcm in orientali parte de Hesilhow, et abinde 
usque locum vocatum rukke super Cockhowe, et deinde sicut aqua caeli 
dividit inter dominium de Skelton et dominium de Merske versus occi- 
dontem usque altam viam qute venit a Helwath usque Brathowbek, et 
deinde sicut Bratbawbek discendit in aquam Swallise, et deinde sicut so 
extendit usque pedem aqu£e forestie, et abinde usque pcdem de Felbeck 
ex parte boriali ascendendo in Felbeck usque pedem de Sowemjre, et 
abinde usque pedem de Wodkeld juxta placeam quae vocjxtur Chapelgrene, 
et deinde usque pedem de Swaynmyre sicut aqua qu8B vocatur Felbeck 
se extendit, et abinde usque lapidem stantem super moram, et deinde 
sicut se extendit usque cornarium muri quod vocatur Whitewall, et abinde 
sicut se extendit versus occidentem usque lapidem stantem desuper rodam 
quao vocatur Hyndrake descendendo in rivulum de Clyffedale, et deinde 
sicut se extendit in aquam foresti, et sicut aqua foresti descendit inter 
dominium de Merske et dominium de Skelton usque pedem de Hertsties : 
habendum et tenendum dictum dominium de Merske, cum advocatione 
praedicta, ac molendinum pnedictum cum omnibus suis pertinentiis prae- 
fato Herschulpho heredibus et assignatis suis imperpetuum ; reddendo 
iude mihi et heredibus meis ad scutagium, quando currit, unum obolum, 
si petatur. In cujus rei testimonium huic praesenti scripto sigillum 
meuni apposui. Hiis testibus Rogero de Aske, Thoma de Lawton, mili- 
til)us, Roberto de Appilgarth, Johanne de Laton, Petro de Swynetwayte, 
Roberto de Preston, et aliis. (Seal much defaced. Arms, a lion 
rampant). 



HABSKE, IV SWALEDALB. 219 

The following extracts, from the Marske chartera, show 
bow the Bubteuancies were gradually changing owners. The 
curiouB names tempt me to give them in the original lan- 
guage : — 

Rubertus filiua Roberti de Merske — Hereculpho de Cleaeby, nepoti 
meo — placeam Tocatam ermiUgium ia villa de Merske a parte boriali 
rivuli de Wbydaylle ourrentis in aqiiam forests, ubi eiteudit se ad 
pedcm de Kugill, asoeudoiido ia Kugill uMjue oomarium muri Btiper 
niiirain, ct deiude Be eitendit usque boiidem stuntcm HUper rodam Tocatam 
Wyddayllc mke, disccuduiido in aquam. 

KobertuB filiua Ituberti dominide Mersk — Phillippo rector! eccIeBite de 
Hirek — totum toftiim quod jocct juita toftum abbatia Jorevatr, et 
terraoi et pratum meum ex parte boriiiH de Clivedalcbek, videlicet, uoam 
bovHtam leme in Mertikc quain cum tofto erai de Johaimo filio Willelrai 
de Itulbrck, et quiiiqnc aunui temc et prati jacetitoa super Halleflat inter 
lemm Galfridi de Clyiites et terram Kobcrti fitii Koberti tilii Ueurici, et 
■uam acram super Yuunaker, et pmtum meum et Taatum in Robertru- 
djng inter Herviridyng et Be]>em, et quatuor acras terrte oum vaato in 
(iaraelridhjng quaa enii de Willelmo filio Jobannia de Meleanby, et 
pratum meum quod vocatur Houttonriddjiig, ad terminum vita;, red- 
dendo annuatim unam rosam inlia primos nundinas Richemund post 
fcatum S, Job. Baptiato). Merak. 17 kal. Nov. 1294. Test Tboa. fil. 
Kiibt de Applegard etc, (Seal, sum leo FoBTis,arouDdalionraaipant — 
a common devite.) 

Hub. fil. Kob. quondam domini de Metsk — Philippe de Sapertou, 
reclori de Mcrak, — viam de tofto meo — pratum voc. Golmyre, et Krere 
fidiiigj, et Frere ridiugnmyre, durante vita — terram et pratum in Menike 
qtue Amicia niea aviu quondam teuuit nomine dotia, durante vita. — 
tiecnun miilendinum dc Merak— duuaum 
kubtua Clappcgate vociitum Couaynerid- 
din^r, eicepta purtiune e^'utcaiu;. 

Tliomafl de itichemiindin, dominus de 
rnoatabelburton — Fliilip}>o de Sn)>erti>n 
n-clori de Mcrsk — tutum tencmeutum 
quod habet in feo<]o meo ex venditiono 
Koberti filii Kuberti domini de Mcnk in 
villa de Mersk. Apud (.'onstalK:!- burton 
die Jovis proi. ante feat. S. Andr. 1JU.5. 
Te^t. Hicsrdode Ncuxam.WalteroL-lerico 
de ( onRtftbcl burton, Tboraa de A|)flgarth. 
(.V beautiful acal, wbich I Imve enin^kved.) 

Constftbcl Burton in crnat. S. I'etri nd Vine. 1205. Tbomos de Hitbe- 
mund dominus de Conaliibi'Iburton ac filiua et liwrefl domini Roaldi <Io 
railem — I'hilippo de Sit|>erti.>n, duraute vita, molendinum aquaticum ot 
oiiinca terras ete. in feudo meo apud Mcrak qute vendioo tener« do 
Hoberto filio et htcrede Kuberti quondam domiui de Merake. 

In 1296 Rolwrt de Mai-skc conTCys to Snperton the manor 
of Marykc, and the advowson of the churrli, in the presence 
(if Sir Ilngh de Aske, ^)ir Win. de Scirgill, and Roger 



220 



HABSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



Lord of Halnaby, and in 1298 he quit-claims to him all his 
interest in Marske. In 1301 Harsculph de Cleseby enfeoffs 
Saperton, Hai-sculph son of Wm. de Cleseby, jun., and Mar- 
gery his wife, in the manor and advowson, (the *' heremite 
croft," as granted to him by Robert de Marske, alone ex- 
cepted), to the use of the said Saperton for his life, with 
remainder to Harsculph son of Wm. Cleseby, jun., and his 
heirs, and failing them to Saperton's own heira. In 30 
Edw. I. Saperton suffers a recovery at York of the manor 
and advowson, " exceptis tribus acris terrsa et una bosci, et 
communia pasturae ad quatuor jumenta, sex-decim vaccas 
cum sequela trium annorum, et homagio et servicio Hervici 
de Mersk et heredum " — and Saperton acknowledges them 
to be "jus Harsculphi, ut ea quae idem Harschlphus habet 
de done praedicti Philippi " — Cleseby then grants to Saper- 
ton a life-interest in the manor, which is estated on Hal's- 
culph son of Wm. de Cleseby and Margery his wife, and their 
heirs — failing them, on Robert son of Wm. de Saperton an*! 
his heirs — ^failing them, on Robert de Mersk and his heirs, 
and then on the light heirs of Harsculph de Cleseby.* 

The manor of Marake is now in the possession of the 
Clesebies. The new lord, Sir Harsculph de Cleseby, was a 
man of some consequence in his day. In 1278 he was 
receiver of Richmondshire. At the time of Kirkby's inquest, 
a Harsculph (son of Wm.) de Cleseby held lands at Cleseby, 
Wycliffe, Thorp, and Girlington. In the 8th of Edward I. 
lie was found to be enfeoffed of Aldbro' for his life, by John 
de Britannia. By deed dated Feb. 1305, according to Dr. 
Whitaker, he founded a chantry at Ellertoii. The Harsculph 
de Cleseby on whom he estated Marske was his grandson, 
and his brother Sir John de Cleseby was indebted to him for 
some property at Marske, and, in all probability, for an estate 
in the parish of Dowuholme. 

Of Sir John Cleseby, till very recently, I know positively 
nothing. He disa{)pears altogether from local history. This 



* In the year 1357 an inquiry took 
place before a jury, which tbrov\'8 much 
light upon the descent of the manor, &c., 
of Marske. Harsculph, son of Thomas 
de Cleseby, through Thomas de Marske his 
guardian, claims the estate under the set- 
tlement of the -^Oth of FAw, I. The jurors 
find tbat the claimant is the son and heir 
<»f Thomas de Cleseby, son ami heir of 
Uarschulphy son of William de Cleseby 



and Margery his wife, and that he is en- 
titled to what he demands. 

At the same time he m^ikes another 
claim, which is also allowed, to two mes- 
suages and five borates of land in Thorn- 
ton Steward, which hod been given by 
John de Saperton to Margery de Saperton, 
the claimant*s giand mother, whose heir 
he proves himself to be. — Harriton'g His- 
tory of Yorhhire, L, p. 198. 



VAKSKS, IN 8WALEDALB. 221 

disappearance is, however, explained by the following entry 
in the Lanercost chronicle. 

MccoxTi. Eodem tempore, miles quidam de comitatu Richemundiee, 
dominus, scilicet, Johaunes de Clesebj, congregans sibi multitudiuem 
malef actor um et ribaldoriun, insurrexit et patriam destruxit, spolianB et 
rapiens (et) vastans pro voluutate sua et suorum, sicut fecit domiuus 
Gilbert us in Northiimbria cum suis complicibus et ribuldis ; sed, DoDiino 
ordiuante, ambo cite capti fuerunt, et dominus Johannes positus est ad 
poDuitentiam suam quia noluit loqui coram justiciariis adductua, et cito 
post mortuus est in carcere. 

What an unhappy end ! And yet there was more of 
wantonness than malice in these exploits. Gilbert de Mid- 
dleton thought it a good joke to plunder the cardinals, with 
the Bishop of Durham in their suite. The Peacock of the 
North, with his company of " ruffling blades," was like him, 
but he was a Neville, and the arm of the law did not choose 
to arrest his course. 

The descendants of the culprit's brother were more fortu- 
nate. They retained possession of Marske for nearly a cen- 
tury and a half. We learn, however, from registers of the 
archbishops of York, that on one occasion the head of the 
house of Marske fell under ecclesiastical censure. On June 
the 18th, 1408, the archbishop directed Thomas Teesdale, 
rector of St. Crux, in York, to absolve from excommunica- 
tion John Barrowby, chaplain, of Kirkby Ravenswath, who 
had been thus punished for solemnizing a clandestine mar- 
riage, without banns, between Robert Place, Esq., and 
Catherine Halnaby, of Halnaby. He was also to absolve the 
witnesses of the ceremony, Sir Halnath Mauleverer, kt, Sir 
John Halnaby, and Thos. Cleseby, Esq., lord of Marske. Tlio 
wedding had probably taken place in the adjacent manor 
house at Skelton. 

The following imperfect pedigree will give my readers 
some account of the family of Cleseby of Marske : — 

sir Hamccvii di Clovbt, oimhaw of RoImr de Nanke^^r . . . duu. of Alan 



and tdm* of Ro*ld flu AUin, of Cuuatable Burton. In 1;^^ 
the Abbut of Fi>uDtjdna gnnU Uud In Diahfortb to Sir U< 
da C. and John, a. i4 Wm. da C , hb auo. 



flta KoAld of Coa- 
aUbla Uurtuo. 



WiLUAJf DC Clbebt, Jun.^s. . . . dau. Sir Wm. la Batof, Kt 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDAIX 



T, Kt— Lord of Don 



him hi* gult ol court it Muika. Die 
In Turk CuUo. 
John dt Cladri —Rod, two "IlTer bendi, t. 
ermlna <wntan. (Olorer'i Roll.) Thu 













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"Httntul di Ckwhyport At goulMO 


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p., 3i,.) 









nitt ui. ptwdlcU HHmchufi palriB moi— <» 

do Cloaby de^t' Ilc^hulf fllln w"lslmi 

mar^n. Laton Ob . . ^ . . . ThB Bama boiirin 
•opnntelj at Jorrsm. Id IS Edw»nl III,, 1 



wm. le 3cn>] 



K CLnrer, vIliieiHK* Hvenl oharten aU^ 



Cloieby,' Ek... inikes ht> 


TnAnut of Msnlcs, and tho chureb. 
































ibo DImolutlor, 0)0 Abboy of Etrglaitan r»ld 










Clo«bj. 


as Juli 18 Hen. VI . Alianon, 



V, gtanta nclEln to Ralph Pudnay. Es 
ColfDhall andOiyato On in Julj, S4 Henry VI., Halyh PiidHy. Kt., 
con ioy» thorn to John Dynoloy, Esq., andothora, and Hula with on* of 
bia mullota aa in ths niaigia. 



.. probably a 
bim, who, i V 



elatiTB or Wnltsr Mawyk of lAHIe Bdan. «. 
rrb, 4 Han. Vr,, wlllBd that «Ut« to ht« »[ 
John nf Trollop. The nrma ol Hawyk won 
ck bend, tfcncrjuJy chJtrg<.d with throe omsivej 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



223 



A 

I 



BovntT DC Ci.nieBT, doniiim«=j=Buz %BrrH. 

d« Muske, filiu* «t herM | 

IbuQUB de Clowby, 1 Mar., ' 

ft U«a. VI. coufinns the effect 

id the deed of 2ud Henry VL. aubject to 

the duwer 
of Alianora 
hU father's 
widow: 
(Seal, ffiTeu 
in maxvin-) 
In 7th Hen. 
TI., he again 
conreya hie 
landa to the 
■ame pArtiee 
to make a 
•ettlem*. of 
his estates, 
* that is, 1. 
On hlmaelf 

in tail. i. On John Trollop. Esq., t Agnes 

his (Clcsoby's) slater and heir, in tall. 8. 

On Hsnchulph de Cleseby. Bis wife 

Elisabeth to keep her dower. 




J 



1 

AoHss, wife of John 
Trollop, Esq.. of 
Thomley, co. pal., 
a legatee in 1-129. 
of Robt Playw of 
Egtun, who calls 
her broth. Robert 
(of whom she was 
heiress preMimp* 
tive in 7 tien. V( ) 
his " cousin and 
ffod^on." In 1474 
nerffrandson took 
LitUe Eden under 
the settlement of 
4 Uoury VL, and 
the Uawyk arms 
were quartered by 
her JeHcendatits 
in right of that 
land. 



B 

„ 1 1 1 1 1 1 i~r' 

BT. 

Thomas db Clzbbby. 

RoQBR DB ClESEBT. 

Richard db Clebkbt. 
Pbtbb db Cumbbt. 

JOHV DB ClBSBBY. 

]fARaARBT,(afterwards 
wife of John Wawton, 
Ksq. of Ciiffe, who 
died in 1470, and 
called by Olovur, 
* amita Elisabethco 
Cleaeby.') 

Alianoba. 

All these, in July. 16 
Hen. VI., as children 
of Thomas & Alianora, 
release Colynhall and 
Oryite t*t Pudxay their 
mother's feoffee. 



I 



l£uz4BBni Clbsbbt. only child end heiress. "Spoflbrd. Ad curiam =^ Wm. Coktrrs, Esq . 5th 



son of Christ' iphor Con- 
yois of Hornby, lisq., 
of Marske, jure uz. 



domini Henriei Percy eomitis Northunibrisp, tentam ibidem tb MalJ, 

99 Ben. VI.. inqninitio oipta fait per sacramentum, Ac. i^vi 

dieunt, fte. qnod Klisabetha fUia et heree Roberti CIcsoby. modo 

uxor Wlllelmi Coniers, ad festum sanctorum Apostolorum Slmonis 

et Judie ultlmum elapsum fuit wtatis quatnordecim annonim et 

amptius. Ideo pneceptum eat fei>dario domlnl quod delibemri fadat pn»>fat{« Willelmo et Flisa- 

betlUB uxori ejus omnia terras et tenements in ratenall, Hetyll, Remyugtoo, Newaom et Ilorton 

eum eorum membris et pertinentiia quie sont sWe fucrunt in manu domini ratione minoris 

vtatis ejusdem EUsabethn." 



It will be seen that the elder line of Cleseby ends in an 
heiress who became the ward of Richard Neville, Earl of 
Salisbury. The loss of the family estates must have been 
very mortifying to the uncles. It is probable that before 
this there had been some dissensions in the family, as Robert 
Cleseby, it will be observed, estates Marske on his sister 
Trollope, failing his own issue, to the exclusion of his six 
brothers. When Marske passed away from them to a little 
girl their disappointment must have been very great. It 
manifested itself in an unwonted way. On the 1 2th of Juno, 
1436, the king issued a writ to enquire into the circum- 
stances of an assault said to have been made upon the house 
at Marske by Harsculph Cleseby, late of Marske, gen., and 
others. They had arrayed themselves in a warlike fashion, 
and had expelled the adherents of the earL We know 
nothing of the result of the enquiry. 

Cleseby had, undoubtedly, a very brief tenure of the pro- 
perty of which he had so unceremoniously taken possession. 
The discontented feeling in the family did not, however, 
cease for a long time. In the 7th of Henry VIII. an agree- 



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227 



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Thomas Cowtebs of Wool- 
ky, Eaq., only surviv- 
inic Kia luid h«ir, bp. 20 
aep., 1631. 



=^Maboaiiit. dau. of Sir John Calrerlej, Kt. 
of Littlebunie, bv Cath. dau. h>ir Tim. 
Whittrngham of Holmside, Kt., bp. 14 Mar. 
1630, A bur. 7 May, 1703. WUl dated at 
Bnmoepeth, 4 May, 1705. Died in great 
poverty. 



Th<m. CoirvEn, bom 3, bp. 28 May. 1651. 
Wh. Coxyebji. bom 8, bp. 15 Not. li>53. 
CALTCMLBTCoaYJcBt, bp. 20 May, 1657. 



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EuzABETH. bom 6 May. bapt 4 June, 16&5, 
mentioned by her mother. 1705. 



The following Wills will serve to illustrate the pedigree, 
throwing, as Wills always do, a very pleasing light upon the 
history and the manners of the times. The Wills of the two 
last owners of Marske who bore the name of Conyers will 
be found in the volume of Richmondshire Wills which I had 
the honour to prepare for the Surtees Society twenty-seven 
years ago. 

March 14, 1504. Christ ofer Conyers of Marske, esquier, bejng in the 
cito of Yorke, seke in body — to be butyed where y^ schall plese Almyghty 
God. I bequeth & gyff my best grament in the name of my mortuary 
as the costum ys of the saide cite. To the parische kyrke of Marske, 
1 3*. 4d. To the Freeirs of Kychmond, 6». Sd. To the Grey Freirs in 
York, 6«. Sd, To the nonrey of Marryke, vj s. viij d. To my brothere 
Rogere Conyers, a horse. I will that myn executor fynd a prest to syng 
for my saule, my fathere and mothere saulcs, my wyife saule that goii ys, 
by the space of iij yeres nexte aftere my decesse where yt shall plese my 
wyffe, k the prest to have by yere vij marc. I will that £lysabeth my 
wyffe have al maner of suche goodes & catalles as I receyvyd withe 
her in manage. To my son Thomas, for terme of his lyffe, all my 
landes and tenamentcs in Thornton in the more, nowe in the haldyng of 
Hill mere, a whele wryght, and gyffyth by yere xxiij s. iiij d. ; and all my 
landes in StrafTurth nowe in the holdyng of th'abbot of Eggliston, and 
gyffyth by yere yj s. : and all my landes [in] Barton, nowe in the holdyng 
of John Person, and gyfiyth x s. viij d. To my sonne Michaell, for tcrme 
of his lyffe, my landes in Rychmond and Hud des well, nowe in the 
holdyng of John Hogeson, and gyffyth by yere xvj s. ; all my landes in 
Allmrth off Fetham, and gyflfyth by yere vs.: all my landes in Carleton 
in the holdyng off John Rome and Thomas Taylor, and gyffyth by yere 
xviij 8., and a cotage with th'appurtcnanoes in (Myuttes in the haldyng 
of John Anderson, and gyffyth by yere iij a. iiij. d. To Humfray, landes 
A tencmentes, for terme of his lyffe, that y*, my landes in Holome, in the 
haldyng of Penyman, k giflith by yere x s. : all my landes in Wolsyng- 
ham, in the holdyng of Sir Thomas Htdl and John Kyre, k giflith by yere 
viij a : all my landes in Bamjrngham, in the holdyng of Thomas Nolson, 
A giflith by yere x s., <fe xij s. yerly of a tenement in Mantke nowe in the 
boUlyng of tfoon^e Smyth. To my sonne Christopher, for tt»nne of his 
lyffe, my landes in llaukeawell, in the holdyng of Martyndall ik on Scott, 
i gt tilth by yere xxiiij a ; all my landes in Stay n ton in Clyveland, late 

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£30 



MARSKB, IN 8WALBDALE. 



July 10, 1636. Roger Conyers of Richmond,* in the countie of Yorke, 
laite of East Appletou, within the parrish of Cathericke, in the saide 
countie, manie years servante to the laite renowned King James and 
Prince Henrie of famous memorie (in eztraordinarie), in whoes services 
and affairs by commission and otherwise often imployed, wherein my 
loyaltie and service well approved to the good of the staite and this 
countrie commonwelth : being sonne and heire of John Conyers, laite of 
East Appleton afforesaid, Esqr., deceased, k intombed in All Hallowes 
Ghurche, in Newe Castell upon Tyne, whoe was of the famelie and house 
of Maske, nighe Richmond, afforesaid, discended from the fyfte brother 
of William Lord Conyers, sometime of Homebie in the said countie of 
Yorke, the first Loixi Conyers, whoe married the dowghter of the Lord 
Dacers of the north : since which towe Lords Conyers, viz., Christofer 
Lord Conyers, whoe married the dowghter of the Earle of Westmerland, 
and John Lord Conyers his sonne, whoe married the dowghter of the 
Earle of Cumberland, whoe departed this life withoute anie yssue maile, 



* This will is written on one large 
sheet of coarse paper. The whole of it is 
in the testator b handwriting, and it gives 
UB a perfect picture of the compiler. 

He was, it will be observed, in great 
fear of the plague, and he probably fell 
a victim to his darm, as he was buried at 
Richmond on the 19th of January, 
1 6 36-7, just six months after he sat 
down to make his will. He remembered, 
doubtless, all the previous visitations 
with which Ricbmond had been afflicted, 
and the news that the plague was again at 
Newcastle, would work greatly upon tlie 
old nrum's fears. At Newcastle the 
plague made great havoc, and Mr. Jeni- 
son, the iotruding vicar, wrote thereupon 
** Newcastle's call to her neighbour and 
sister townes and cities throughout the 
land to take warning by her sins and 
Barrows ; whereunto is added, the number 
of them that died weekly in Newcastle 
and Gatesidefrom May 6 to Dec. 31, 1636. 
London, l(i87.** 

Conyers, it will be seen, mentions an 
intruder upon his paternal estate at Bast 
Appleton. That intruder was the well- 
known author of Drunken Bamaby, aman 
of eccentric, although great, learning. 
We meet him here Treated in Richmond- 
shire for the first time. Soon after this 
he took to himself a wife from East 
Appleton, a daughter of the house of 
Croft. He lies in the parish church of 
Catterick, where there is a monument to 
him aud his adveniurous but ill-fated 
son. 

I give with this note some extracts 
from the wills of the father and brother 
of the testator, which are in the Registry 
at Durham. 

May 26, 1619. John Conyers of New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, gent. I release unto 
my sonne Roger Conyers two bonds 



which he oweth me in satisfaction of his 
child's part. To my sons John, James ft 
Geo. Conyers, 1 40/. each. To my riaurs. 
Cecilie wife of Thos. Husband, Dorothy 
Willies, Gr«ce h, Mary Conyers, 14 Of. 
each. To my dau. Ann Anderson, 80/. 
To my cosin. John Smelt, 10/. To 
Marie and Jane Metcalfe, daurs. of Rich" 
M a cupboard at Laiton. Son James ex'. 
Sir Thos. Laiton of Sexhowe, kt., Am- 
brose Dudley of Chopwell, esq.. Chr. Pep- 
per of St Martin's, ft Kdmond Riobison, 
supervisors. Codwil. 9 Aug. >^'hereas 
his sonue in law Richard Metcalfe, of 
East Layton, owes him 357/., for the love 
which I bear to him ft Eliz..my dan., his 
wife, I forgive him 157/. and give 40/. to 
each of his children, Michael, Mary, and 
Jane Metcalfe. (Pr. 25 Feb. 1619-20.) 

Inv. 23 Feb. Howshould stuff, 13/. 
One silver bowle ft eight silver spoones, 
8/. One baie meare ft one dunn nagg 5/. 
One cowe, 83ff. id. Three oorsletts with 
pikes. 40«. One watch, 30f. One cote of 
plate with furniture, *20jr. Two jackes, 
5<. All his apparell and money remain- 
ing in his purse, 80/. One gould ringe, 
20<. Debts on specialties due to him, 
1965/. 15«. Funerall expences, 35/. 6r %d. 

Sep. 15, 1634. Thomas Conyers of 
Newcastle, gentleman. To the poore of 
par. of All Sts., 40^. To my brother John 
Confers, 10/. and my best wearinge 
cloake. To my bro' Roger Conyers, 6/., 
and to Alice his wife, 20«. My sisters 
Mary Stubbs, Eliz. Metcalfe, Dor. Willis, 
and Sisly Husband. My sister in law 
Sarah Conyers, 20j. To my honest 
friend Daniel Pusey, darke, par. All Sts., 
20«. To my kinde freind John Tomkins 
of Newcastle, gentleman, 5/. — he ex' ft 
residuary legatee. Inv. 27 Feb. 1634-5. 
Sum total 188/. \a. 10^. 



MAfiSKB, IN 8WALEDALE. 231 

whoes inherittanoe therebie disoended to his three dowghten, of one of 
which Sir Conyere D&roie, knight, disoended and came : to whome a thirde 
parte of the said lands disceuded as lieire to his said mother : (of w^^ 
relation maid in meroorie of the nobillatie and worthines thereof, /, 
nowe, sicke in bodie, visitted with long sicknes and infirmitties of bodie, 
the stoone, and the gowte, being disabled in bodie to travell upon mj 
neceasarie occasions for my mantenance, yet of good and perfect memorie, 
for that in this perillous tyme of plague and pestilence wherwith dyvers 
parts of this our realme of England ys nowe sore visitted, and especiallie 
the cittie of London and subberbes thereof, and the towne, burrowe, and 
Bubberbes of Newe Castell upon Tyne afforesaid, to w^^ wee are all noe 
less subjectd and remidiles, but onelie by repentance to appeale to God 
for mercie to withdrawe His wrath frome them and us, w®^ I humblie 
beseche God of His greate goodnes to grant.) I, nowe being of the age of 
threescore and sixtene years, ordeyne and make this my last will and 
testamente in mamier and forme following. — First, I bequeth my soule 
into the hands of Almightie God, my Creator, and to Jhesus Christe my 
Kederaor, and the Holie Go<«te, my Consolacion and Comforter, the 
Wholie and Blisscd Trenitie, to Whome be all honor and glorie ascribed 
fur ever & everlasttnglie ; by Whome and throughe Whome I trust 
assuredlie to enjoye etemall rest perpetuallie. Allsoc I render and com- 
mit t my bodie to be buried <& intomed in the churche or parishe churcho 

yearde where y t shall please God to call mee to His mercie. my 

loviug wife AUice Conyers, by whoes Industrie and greate pa3mes taking 
wee have, by God's providens, our mantenance <fe relcifo, my sole execu- 
trix — to her my bui^gage &c. in Pilgrim Street, in the towne of New- 
castell upon Tyne, laite the inherittance of Thomas Howey my brother 
in lawe, deceased, laite husbande of my sister Grace Conyers, also 
deceased. To my wife my messuage, the kilne house & garth in the 
towne of £)a8t Applcton, laite in the tenure of John Conyers my fiither, 
to hym gyven by Wm. Pepper, my grandfather, with Jane Pepper that 
was my mother, in franck marriage, being one of his dawghters, in the 
3rd yeare of Qu. Eliz., of which my said father was seized for the space 
of sixtie yeares and more, and died thereof seizid, the said Jane his wife 
being departed this life longe before hym, which messuage is now in the 
wrungfull tenure of John Hall by cullour of demise from one Richard 
BrathwMte, whoes father purchased divers other landes of my father A 
me in East Appleton aforesaid, but the said mes. was especiallie excepted. 
I desier my said wife Alice as a legacie or Itequest frome me to gyve twoe 
shillings and sixpence a peece amongst my most nedeful kinsfolke and 
frinds, as in remembrance of my love to them. I hereby desire my well- 
beloved frends Mr. John Waistell, es^ir., recorder of Richmond, Mr. 
Israel Feilding of Startforth, esqr., my nephewe, and Mr. Francis Nichol- 
son of Downeham Parke, gent., to take the payncs to be supervisors of 
this my will, and as a token of remembrance of me I gyve to everie of 
them ten shillings. To my nej»hewe and Mrs. Jane Sbaftoe his wife, 
either of them ten shillings, and to Ann Shafloe their dowghter, ten 
sliilliugs. To my sister Elizabeth Metcalf and her two dowghters fyve 
sliillings. and to my sister Cicill Husband fyve shillingH, and to my syster 
Marie Stubl)e8 fyve shillings, and to my brother John Conyers six 
shillings, and to my sister Dorathie Willis dowghters, everie of them 
towe shillings sixpence. To Sir William Hutcheone, clerke, of Rich- 
moud, twue shillings sixpence. (Prov. I Mar. 1636-7, at Richmond.) 



iu 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALB. 



In dorso, inanu testcUoris. The last will and testament of Ptogcr 
Conyers, made the tenth day of Julie, 1636, in the tyme of y^ greate 
visitation of plague and pestilence att London and Newcastle upon Tyne, 
wherupon a generall & straite watche. Hard for anie to travell without 
a good certificate under the hand of good awethoritie. 

We now come to a very interesting period in the history 
of Marske. There is a probability of the estate again de- 
scending to an heiress, and measures are taken for securing 
to her a husband. On Jan. 16, 1550-51, Wra. Conyers of 
Marske, sen., Esq., and his son, another William, to carry out 
the indentures of marriage which they had entered into on 
the 31st of October previous with George Conyers, Esq., of 
Easington in Cleveland, convey to Sir John Conyers, kt.. 
Lord Conyers, Sir Chr. Metcalfe, kt., Chr. Lepton and 
Richard Whalley, Esqrs., Michael Wandesford, Thos. Gower, 
jun., James Gower, and Robert and Anthony Conyei*s, 
gentlemen, the manor of Marske and lands in Hawkswell, 
Barnardcastle, - Bolam, Wolsingham, and Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, on trust. And the following settlement of these 
estates * is made : — 1. On Wm. Conyers, Esq., sen., for his 
life. 2. On Wm. Conyers, Esq., jun., his son and heir-appa- 
rent. 3. On Joan Conyers, dau. and heir of Wm. Conyers, 
jun., and her heirs, and failing them, on Nicholas, son and 
heir of George Conyers, Esq., of Easington, or Leonard his 
brother : but if either the father or the son have any farther 
male issue, the portion of the presumptive heiress is to be 
340/., a very handsome dowry. 



* The estates at this time were 
numerous and valuable. They were the 
manors of Marske and Pathnall, lands, 
&c., in Clyutes, BoUerom, Carleton, Alde- 
bui^^li, Hawkswell, Horton in Craven, 
Neweam, Richmond, Hudswell, Staneton 
in Cleveland and i^'taynsbye. All this 
appears from an exempUfication, under 
seal, made at the request of James Phillip, 
gent., of the Inquisitiou post mortem 
Willelmi Conyers, 1 & 2 Ph. and Mary. 
Marske and C lints were held of Henry 
Lord Scrope by knight's service and were 
worth £30. per ann. 

I now give a particular description and 
rental of the demesne lands at Marske. at 
the time of the marriage of the heiress of 
Conyers with Arthur Phillip, on the evi- 
dence of Hychard Gyffordson, Allen 
Hawkyn, Thomas Helmesley, Ry chard 
Cotes, John Taylor, Edward Dent. Barn- 
ard Orton, George Pettye, Willyam 
Todd, Thos. Atkynson, James Blades, 



Willyam Dawson, I^ond. Hagston, 
James Metcalf, Peter Thomson, and 
Bobert Rawe. 

** Arable londs, 8 acres, 51. by yere. 
Hall close cont. 8 acres, 2.'a. Sd. Atkyn- 
son close cont. 14 acres, 40« Prye field, 
cont. 20 acres, 505. id. Rawse closes, 
cont. amonge them 22 acres, SI. 6a. td, 
Wiaye wood, cont. 16 acres, il. Orgate 
closes, cont 6^ acres, 8O5. The Orchard 
and the garth adjoynyng to the howse 
and one close callyd Longleyes, cont. 5 
acres, 2O5. The Parke and Hingyng 
banck spring, cont. 4 acres, Wraye wood, 
cont. 8 acres, Thycket s|>ring, cont 1 
acre, the spring adjoynyng to the fatt 
dose, cont. 2 acres, the spring callyd Or- 
gat spring, cont 2 acres, the intack at 
Orgett, cont 4 acres, 4O5. Ha...orth hyll, 
cont. by estymacon 200 acres, 6Z. 18^. id. 
One close of pasture, callyd Fatt close, 
cont. 24 acres, Al. The myll there, iL 
Summa, 37/. IO5. id" 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALF. 



233 



It was evidently the wish of the Conyers's to marry the 
heiress of Marske to one of their own name and family. And 
it was a very natural desire. The intended bridegroom of 
the young lady was a distant cousin, descended likewise from 
the house of Hornby, and the son of the head of the family of 
Conyera of Bowlby, in the parish of Easington in Cleveland. 

But there is many a slip between the cup and the lip. 
Before any farther arrangement was made, the owners of 
Marske, father and son, both die. The wardship of the 
heiress and the custody of her lands now pass away into the 
bands of the queen, out of the reach of her family, and a 
successful applicant springs up for them in the shape of one 
James Phillip of Brignall. He was a turbulent fellow, with- 
out either character or position, who had been an agent on 
the estates of Lord Scrope of Bolton, and had gained the ear 
of his master, it is said, by improper influences. Under the 
shelter of that potent name he had pushed successfully his 
own fortunes, but, afler the fashion of all unscrupulous men, 
by the most unfair means, stripping and plundering the 
estates over which he was steward, ousting tenants from their 
leases, forcing loans which he never intended to repay, liti- 
gious and quarrelsome. 

But there is a little diablerie connected with him. In the 
latter part of the last century two tablets of lead were disco- 
vered on Gatherley moor. On the one side were scrawled 
magical signs and imprecations against James Phillip, John, 
Chr. and Thos. his sons, and all their kith and kin, that beg- 
gary should be their lot ; that they should flee Richmond* 
shire, and that nothing which they took in hand should 
prosper. On the other side, in a tabular form, were rows of 
figures which if summed up diagonally, horizontally, or per- 
pendicularly, made up the mystic number of 369. Some 
have thought that these tablets were forgeries ; but, let mo 
ask, what possible reason could there be for forging them 1 * 
It is far more likely that they were made by some |K)or vic- 
tim of James Phillip's malice ; for, as Avery Uvedale of 



WhiUker'i ** RichmondAhire." From the 
circumsUnce of the names J. Thillip 
bviug Bcrawlcd at the bottDm of ooe of 
the tableUi, it hu been thought that ho 
wM the maker of them. It U far more 
hkely that they are the names not of the 
maker, but of the intended victim. 



* Tbeae tablets are said to have been 
found by Wm. Hawkuwnrtht Km{^ in a 
tumulus on QatherleT moor, the very 
l>'sr« where you would expect to find 
them. I'hey were noticc<l Arst in the 
** iientleman's Magaaine," and a long ac* 
count of them, with euKraviiigs, may lie 
found in CUikson's *M<ichmond/' and 



£34 MARSKB, IN SWALBDALE. 

Marrick says in his complaint against him^ *' his extorcione is 
almost cryede owt apou in everye poore widdowe*R mowthe/* 
and he " soo vexithe many poore menne with proces and 
suits in the lawe that theye be utterly undooue and almost 
readye to goo abowt in the cuntrye on begging w^ staflf and 
poouke/' We can easily imagine a party of the sufferers 
gathering together on the lonely moor of Gatherley in the 
stillness of the night, tracing the magic circle and muttering 
strange words. The leaden tablets are the lamin8B on which 
their wishes were inscribed, summoning the aid of the 
powers of evil : 

NunC) nunc adeste ; nunc in hostiles domos 
Iram atque numen vertite. 

And strange to say, by a remarkable coincidence, a curse 
seems to have fallen upon the Phillips. The generation that 
witnessed their rise witnessed their fall, and, now there is not 
a Phillip in the whole of Richmondshire. 

But it is gravely stated that James Phillip was himself 
conversant with those arts of which his adversaries availed 
themselves. Avery Uvedale says of him that he " is a man 
suspectide to bee by common rumor a practiser with arte 
magicke, for the rumor goethe that his brother was taken in 
the tyme of King Henrye the Eight for conjuring in the 
cowrte and working w^ a familiar, with whom this James 
Phillipe, then being in the cowrte, fledde, as the rumor goeth, 
by leaping down owt of a windowe, and afterwardes came to 
the service of the olde lorde Scroope, whom by rumor hee so 
enchantide that he gett siche substance of landes and goodes 
w''^ hathe browght him from the state of a yeoman man 
almost to presume with a jentihnan, and to be his fellowe, 
yea, rather, his better." * 

It was into this man's hands, probably through the medi- 
ation of Lord Scrope, that the heiress of Marske came, and, 
of course, he never thought of fulfilling the intention which 
her father and grandfather had of marrying her to her 
cousin. He seems to have married her at once to Arthur 
Phillip, his second son. Upon this a violent contention arose 

* This eztnot is taken from a phica,** among other exoerpta from the 

bill of complaint which waa preferred Marrick papers which wei-e pre|)ared by 

against James Phillip by Avery Uvedale the late Mr. Thomas Stapleton. Uvedale 

of Marrick. It was printed in the fifth had a quarrel with Phillip, 
volume of the ''Collectanea Topogra- 



HAS8EE, IN 8WALEDALE. 285 

between him and George Conyers of Easington, who, to 
say the least, had been unfortunate. There were forcible 
entries upon Marske,* frays throughout the whole dale be- 
tween the partizanH of the two claimants, and, on one occa- 
sion, Phillip had a quarrel *' against certaine of Mr. Coniers' 
servants in Marske chirche for sitting in a stall, whereapon 
hadde like to have beene greate manslawghter." Phillip, 
however, was successful. On Sep. 1, 1558, he got a general 
acquittance from Catherine Conyers, the mother of his 
daughter-in-law, who thenceforward took his side most 
vigorously. On the 26th of May, 1560, the queen mentions 
in a letter that a petition has been preferred by George Con- 
yers in the Court of Requests against Catherine Conyers. 
81)0 had thrown him into the Marshalsea on a plea of tres- 
pass, and for a debt of 400/., a sum which, as he states, he 
paid to divers persons on account of the said William, her 
husband. He got out of prison, and on the 3rd of Dec. in 
the same year, Robert Rokeby, of Lincoln's Inn, gent., re- 
ceives in his behalf the sum of 60/. which James Phillip had 
paid him, by force of an award. It is probable, therefore, 
that the question was compromised, after several years of 
wrangling and contention. Conyers, in spite of all his trou- 
bles, died in aflSuent circumstances in 1568; and both his 
sons, one of whom was a minor when his father died, made 
alliances with the family of Beckwith. 

The following pedigree will give my readers some account 
of the new owners of Marske. There was a family of Phillip 
at Morton Tynemouth, co. Durham, but I cannot connect it 
with that at Marske, although there is, probably, some rela- 
tionship. The arms of the Phillips of Brignall are said f to 
be az. three sparrows closed, proper, but on a silver chalice 
in the church at Rokeby a somewhat different coat is ascribed 
to them. The blazon I cannot give, but the bearings are, 
between a chevron charged with three flowcra (ruses ?) three 
sparrows. ** Philip was the usual name of a tame sparrow. 
* Philip! Sparrow James,' King John, Act 1." (Surtees' 
Durham, iv. 24.) The Phillips formed quite a clan in the 

• George Conyers and Niohrlim bin «on 1561, ▼!», "three Wci.nt ars:.. braked 

rrceiveii many of tho reita and took hue* and bflled or : civiti on a wriMth. a demi- 

fioui th« tenauU. Thi«, livwuver, U»wd boise rampant, hi>lding in hia mouth a 

for a very •hort time. broken a(M».ir, bn»k«n in two, all argent." 

t According to Clarkson a difTerent Hy Uthor and Mr. >urt4^>fs K^ve him th« 

Oiiat waa gmntod to Jamea Phillip of aimjitfr bc4U-ing of the apanrows. 
Bngiiail, by Wm. Flower, Morroy, in 



236 



MABSKE, IN 8WALEDALE. 



parish of Brignall, and any extensive account of them will 
properly come under that parish. 



Hehbt PHiLUPof Brigua!!, said In the Visftation of^ 
1575, to be a son of HiUph PhiUip of BiignaU. 



1. Charuu Phillip of Brignall. 
dated 19 Aug., 1577, and proved at 
Richmond, 2'2 Oct., " to be tmried in 
the pariithe chiirch of BrignelL" 



Will =^Annk d.'iu. Ralph 
Bainbridgo of 
Bolton, men t^. by 
her husband. 



1 
3. Jamks Phil-=fAlicr, dau. of 

Ralph Bahi- 

bridKe of 

Bolton. 



Oeoaob Phillip, ment^. 
by his father & his bro. 

CuTUUBfiT Philui', men- 
tioned by his father. 



JoBK PniLLip, menf . 
by his father : of 
Brignall. Buried 
there 10 July, 
1691. Wai dated 
8ep. 18, 1614. 



WiLL'AM Phillip, a minor, Marokbt, 

1614. Makt. 



LIP of Brig- 
nall : an 
agent under 
the fam. uf 
Scropo of 

Boltou. Biiilifl of the queen's 
woods at Qrinton : a ctLintry 
comm'. for Richmoud'<bire 
S Elix. U Mar. 3 KUs., 
•* Henry Scrope, Kt., I^rd 
8cTx>pe of Btiltonne, appoints 
James PhiUip of Bngueil, 
gentilman, to veue, sot furth, bargayne 
and sell my woods and underwoods in 
my mauers of Ellington and Srunton, co. 
York, EHsinxtou, co. Notts, and Kston, 
CO. Liucoln." Will dated Feb. 7. 1582-3, 
*' being of aimcient years and craysed in 
bodie— to be buried at firi^uell." 



Habqabst, 

dau. . . . 
Hutchin- 
son. 



ITTTITITT 

1. JoRff Phillip = 
of Brignall. 
residr. legatee 
to his father, 
who leaves him 
his household 
stuff at Brig- 
nall A his lease 
of the manor 
and i«ark there 
under Henry 
Lord Scrope. / 



■Eleahor, 1. JoAic, daiL 
dau. and and heiress 
heiress of of Wm. Con- 
Ed ward yers, Esq., 
Uuds- of karske. 

well. July 8, 5, 

KliK. , she & 
her husband 
convey Marske to Ric. 
Becke & John 8tory, to 
have a fine made which 

^ is done on 81 Jan., 1564-5. 



8. Hknby Phillip, menf* in the Visitation. 

4. Cqbistopheb Philup. 

6. TiioKAs Phillip: to theee three sons their 
father leaves annuities of 62. 185. 4d. for 70 
years out of BrignalL 

1. AoNBs, said in the Baronetage to have been 
an heiress, and to have mar. lialph Rubinson 
the ancestor of the Robinsons of Kokoby 
who quarter the arms of Phillip, qu. 

DoBoTHY, whom her father desires her bro- 
ther John to keep with moat, clothing, &c., 
for 70 years as " he would his own daughter." 



1 

■S. Arthur Phillip 

of Brignall, gen. 
of Marske, Jure 
uz. May 8, 4 
Elis., the queen 
gmts. him a lease 
of the ten<. in 
Marske late be- 
longing to the 
Ntmnery of Har- 
rick, late in ooc, 
of Wm. Conyert, 
Esq., for 18«. 4d. 

e>r ann. Sells 
arske. 1597, 
October 26, Mr. 
Arthur Phillipp 
(quondam Lord' 
of the manor of 
Marske) buried. 



=2. Bridokt, 3rd: 
dau. of Nich- 
olas Leybome 
of Cunswick, 
Westmerlaud, 
Esq. Admin, 
gran'. 14 Mar. 
)575, to her 
husbn**, to the 
use of her dau. 



:3. Eliza- 

BKTII . . . 

mention' 
with her 
husb. in 
the mar. 
arti< les of 
Francis 
PhiUip. 



1 



Eliza BBTH Philup, a minor 
when her mother died. 
In 1597 the estate was 
charged with 1002. to 
her. 



-I 



Javk, ment' in the Visitation. 

Obacb, ment' by her father, and toft as 

Dorothy. 
Slbakor, to whom her fiather leavM 100 marks. 



1. Jake, dau. of 
Francis Tun- 
stall of Scar- 
gill, Esq 



I 

FBAxan Pbillip, eldest 
son and heir : joins 
his father iii the sale 
of the estate Mwrr. 
covenants with Jane 
Tunstali, sealed Doc. 
8, 25 Elis., and on the 
12tli, to perfo'm thera, Arthur Phillip 
conveys Marske to Richard Myddleton 
of Myddleton Uall, WLStmorLuid, Francis 
Tunstsll of Awclif, co. Lancsster. gen., 
and John and Christopher Phillip of 
Brignall, gen. 



= S. Elizabbth, dau. 



Welden, 



mar. at Richmond 
Feb. 8, 1596-7. 



— m 1 1 1 1 1 1 I 

WiLUAM PuiLUP, joins his father 
& bror. in the sale of the estate. 
Qn. of Lincoln's Inn. Marske 
was charged with 1(>0/. to him. 
John Phillip, a minor in 1597; 
to have 50/. from the estate. 
Jamcs and Hewry Phillip, minors, 1597; each to 

have £02. out of the estate. 
Maky and Alice Phillip, each to receive 402. from 

Marske. 
Annb, Kathkrine, Lucy, and Bridobt Phillip, each 

to receive hOl. Cath. mar. Wm. Corbet 
Some of these children are, perhaps, by the third 
wife. 



Vl 



William Phillip, said by Clarkeon to have been his son, but qu^ 
Jame Phillip, according to ()ugdale, maniud Juhn Pearson of . . . , in Cleveland, 
and their son ThoroHK PeartKn of H^rpham, gent., married Margaret, daughtoi 
and sole heir of ... . Phillip of Marske, and widow of ... . Salvin of New biggin. 



MAKSKB, IN SWALEDALK. 



237 



Between 1626 and 1634 the Huttons leased a fAtm in Mareke, at the 
rent of 30^. per aun. to Thomas Phillips. On 4 Apr. 1638, Matthew 
Hut ton, Eaq.f leases to Thomas Phillips of Marske, the younger, the 
fnrme lately occupied by Thomas Phillips his father. 1640, Apr. 14, 
Elizal)eth, daughter of Mr. Thomas Phillips, the younger, bp. 1640, Dec, 
Mr. Thomas Phillips, bur. — Marske RegiMer, 1634, May 11, Catherine 
Corbet, wife of William Corbet, and daughter of Arthur Phillips, once 
lord of this towne, buried. On 1 Jan., 5 Jac., Sir Timothy Hutton 
leases to William Corbett of Marske, Katherine his wife, and Hutton 
Corbett his son, '* the seate and soyle of the laite decayed leade mynes or 
snieltinge houses in the territories .of Marsk, laite in tenure of Richard 
Wyllauce of Richmond, deceased.*' 

Jan. 26, 1573-4. William Claypham, of Marske, gentleman — "Wheras 
I have bene brought up frome my tender age to this stayt I am now in 
at the onely cost and charges of my most deare frendcs Mrs. Katheryne 
Conyers, layt wife and executrix of William Conyers of Marske, esquire, 
and also of James Phillip of Marske, aforesaydd, gentleman, and no we 
am desims of my owne royude to drawe to 8:irvi8 in the southe partes in 
hope of l)etter maintenance of my leavinge, by God's grace, and there- 
unto onely set furthe in money and appahll bj my sayd deare frendes," 
he gives them a general acquittance. 

Avery Uvedale» iu his complaint against James Phillip, 
says that lie injured the property and encroached upon the 
rights of the heiress by letting it out in leases. And there 
is evidence to prove that ho did so.* I do not think that 
Arthur Phillip had much to do with Marske before his father 
died, and he would then receive it, in all probability, over- 
burdened with encumbrances, wliich his large family would 
not allow him to diminish. We cannot wonder, therefore, 
that he soon fell into difficulties : Glints was the first portion 
of his estate that he sold, and Marske soon fallowed it. It 
passed away to the family of Hutton. 

The Huttons obtained a footing in the neighbourhood by 
the purchase of the estate of Marrick, which was sold to them 
in 1592 by Richard Brackenbury, Esq., of Sellaby, a county 
of Durham man. They would, therefore, be eager to secure 
the adjoining property of Marske when there was a chance 
of its being sold. On the 7tb of March, 39 th £liz., Arthur 



* A l6Me of the partonage of Hanke 
lus been alreadf not iced. On Apr. 8, 
1689, Arthur Mid FrAOCtB Pbillip grant a 
leaae of ih« l«iulmines, Ac, in the lord- 
■hip of Marake. to Cuthbert Buckle, 
a)<lcnnan of London, who leasee theni on 
the Ibib of June to Ricliard Willanoe, 
Arthur Hutchinnon, and Mann. Pearson 
of liichmood, and they, on Ang. 18, 



grant them back again' to the PhilHpa. 
On June IS. 15^w/ Buckle leanea to Wil- 
Unoe, Hutchinaon, and Pearson, the mill 
and certain cloaos in Manke. Mar. 5, 
15^b-9. A lease of Orgate to the Phil- 
li|)a, for life, from the Queen : this was 
claimed by Sir Timothy Hutton. There 
ia a letter about this leaae in the Button 
Cotreapondeiioe, p. 1C2. 



288 MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 

Phillip of Marske, Esq., and Francis Phillip his son and heir- 
apparent, Talbott Bowes of Richmond, Esq., and Anth. Bes- 
son of Graie's Inn, gent, sell the demesne of Marske for 
3000/. to Timothy Hutton, Esq. On the 27th of the same 
month, the town and manor are conveyed at the request of 
Matthew Button, Archbishop of York, to his sons-in-law 
Richard Remington of Lockington, clerk, and Wm. Gee of 
Beverley, Esq. ; and on the same day in the following year, 
in consideration of -the sum of 1600/. already paid, Francis 
Phillip of Marske, Esq., covenants to the archbishop to free 
the property from all those payments to his brothers and 
sisters with which the estate was charged by himself and his 
father on the 30th of Sept. previous. On the 7th of Oct., 
1601, Remington and Gee convey the manor, at the request 
of the archbishop, to Timothy Hutton, Esq., the archbishop's 
eldest son. 

In the family of Hutton the estate has ever since con- 
tinued, and I shall now bring before my readers several 
members of that family who have distinguished themselves 
at home or abroad. 

The founder of the family and the purchaser of the estate 
was Matthew Hutton, Lord Archbishop of York. As I hope 
to have another opportunity of going fully into the his- 
tory of his life, I shall, on the present occasion, give only a 
summary of it : more than this is unnecessary, as the arch- 
bishop merely purchased Marske for his eldest son, and he, 
therefore, ought properly to be considered as the head of the 
house of Hutton of Marske. 

Matthew Hutton, archbishop of Yorke, was born about the 
year 1525 at Priest-Hutton, a small Lancashire village in the 
parish of Warton. His parentage, although perhaps humble, 
was at all events respectable, and there is no foundation 
whatever for the absurd accounts of it which were afterwards 
circulated. Lancashire is the nurse of clever men, and 
Hutton is one of the very many who have built up her fame. 
He was entered at Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1546, 
being then, as some say, 1 7, and he pursued his studies there 
with such success that, in 1557, he was made a Fellow of his 
college. In 1561, he became Lady Margaret's Professor, 
and in the following year he succeeded to the Mastership of 
Pembroke Hall, Ridley's College, and the Regius Professor- 
ship of Divinity ; for these honours he was mainly indebted. 



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MAHSKE, IN SWALEDALB. 239 

I beliere, to the aflectionate regard of Grindall, whose chap* 
lain and familiar friend he was. 

In addition to these preferments he had the rectories of 
Boxworth, near Cambridge, and Settrington and Leeke in 
Torkshire, and stalls at St. Paul's, Westminster Abbey, Ely, 
York, and Southwell. On June 3, 1561, he was selected by 
the vice-chancellor of Cambridge to be one of the twelve 
preachers to be yearly chosen by the University with the 
queen's permission. 

In 1564, Queen Elizabeth paid a visit to Cambridge, and 
Hutton kept the Divinity Act before her Majesty with so 
much ability and learning, that his promotion to still higher 
honours became almost certain. In 1567, he was advanced 
to the Deanery of York, an onerous and honourable office. 
There he distinguished himself by the zeal with which he 
opposed the encroachments of Archbishop Sandys, and by 
the excellence of his preaching. In 1589, he was promoted 
to the wealthy see of Durham, which he left for the archi- 
episcopal chair at York in 1594-5, although he was some- 
what unwilling to leave the "deeper manger" even for " the 
higher rack." In 1596, on the death of the pious earl of 
Huntingdon, he became President of the Council in the 
North. He died at Bishopthorpe on the 16th of January, 
1605-6, and was interred in York Minster, under a hand- 
some monument, which has been renovated, a short time 
since, by his descendant. 

It is most pleasing to find him spoken of with much 
respect by his contemporaries, whether they were friends or 
foes. A Jesuit commends him for his knowledge of the 
Fathers. Dr. Haddon speaking of his debating powers at 
Cambridge says of him " mihi vehementer satisfecit, usque 
eo, vix ut aliquid audiverim melius.'' The Fellows of Pern- 
broke Hall when he gave up the Mastership speak of him as 
being ** very dear to them, for his notable learning, holiness 
of life, and great love to them." The gmve and venerable 
Burghley, than whom there was no better judge of character, 
tells his son that *' he was a person of great sufficiency and 
as well approved in that chardge (the archbishoprick) as any 
prelat in England.'' And long after his decease the voice of 
praise was not silent. Fuller the historian says, " he was a 
leanied prelate, lived a pious man, and left a precious me- 
mory." The industrious and excellent Tboresby tells us that 



24.0 MARSKK, IN SWALEDAl.E. 

" he wore tlie mitre to a good old age, having adorned it 
with all episcopal accomplishments and Christian graces ; '* 
and Mickleton, our own Durham antiquary, says of him 
" Valde fuit literatus et optime lectus et exercitatus in 
antiquis Patribus, maguus disputans et prsddicator excellen- 
tissimus." 

In his religious views Hutton was strongly tinctured with 
Puritanism. He held somewhat extreme opinions on the 
questions of predestination, reprobation, and orders. He 
was, also, opposed to any alteration in the dress of the clergy. 
The well-known letter which he wrote to Lord Cranborne 
shortly before his death has been too severely criticised : the 
censurer must not forget the old age of the writer, and his 
great piety and goodness. The position of a bishop, in those 
days, was far more difficult than it is now. The great con- 
troversy between the two religious parties was then at its 
height ; and the supervision of a jealous and exacting sove- 
reign made it by no means easy for a prelate to do his du*;y. 
But it must be said for Hutton that he did not flinch from 
his duty. As Dean of York, he manfully opposed Archbishop 
Sandys in his attempts to control the Chapter : he was bold 
enough, on one occasion, to thunder into the ears of the 
queen the duty of selecting her successor on the throne; and, 
on another occasion, he ventured to plead for the life of Mar- 
garet Neville, the poor suffering daughter of the fallen house 
of Westmerland. He did not forget, also, the places where 
he had drunk in those vast stores of learning which had been 
so useful to him. He founded a free school and a hospital 
at Warton in 1594, and to Trinity College he gave one hun- 
dred marks. He was also a kind patron to needy scholars 
and his poorer kinsmen,* and many charitable bequests will 
be found in his will. 



* Archbishop Hutton waa a very kind persona who bore the name, and, perhaps, 

friend to his kinsmen. The families of shared the blood, of the archbishop will 

Hutton of Houghton-le-Spring, Haugh- be read with interest, 

ton-le-bkeme, and Bamardcastle, owe From the Huttons of Haughton the 

iheir prosperity to him. A pedigree of Huttona of Sowber Hill profess to da- 

the Huttons of Houghton may be found scend. 
in Surteea The following notices of 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



211 



For a man of his learning the archbishop wrote but little. 
He printed a sermon which he preached at York in 1579 
before the Earl of Huntingdon. Thoresby had a copy of it 
in his museum and mentions it as a great curiosity. I have 



RoBRirr Hmrox, the urchbUhop's brother; rector of H:iU'.;ht()n 
le-Skeme. Will dated 27 Doc. MIO, pr y Jan.. " t-o be biryi-d 
in quyer at Uau^hton, nccre my wyvei Ntallc, uiidur the biuwe 

•Ume In the eiAt eode of the churcho." luq. p. m 

(3 tturteee, 346.) 



:\nxx, daur men- 

tionod by her hunband : 
m ulo her will at bt. 
II«!lIen'.i. Auckland, 13 
May, loi4. 



TiTOSfAfl Hrr- 

TuK, eon and 
heir, tigvd . . 
at hi« fa- 
ther* iii<iiii« 
•ittin : had 
Skeniing* 



MATTIirW HUTTOX 

of hiahop Auck- 
land. K'(*i>t., c'x'. 
to hirt father. 
WiU dated 11 
Deo lt;23, pmv. 
8th Jan. : buried 
at Si, Andrew'a. 



▲bchbp. Hutto9 loaTea him S0{. 



Eliza BETH, mtrricd Humphrey 
tfteTenatin, mentioned by her 
gnndfatb«r and bthor. ^ 



Ankv 8*MrKL 

ment^. IIcrr.-N 
by ber ex' to 
hubly*. hif /.*• 
th^r A- 
niciit'. 
by his mt»rl.or. 
Pr.be iidary of I'l- 
le^kelf at York, 
ir, i;',-U',2«». Admin. 
gnintcd S .\pr. 
M.-y. to Wili\»m 
Ilutton of Ktrkby 
M ilzoird eon ,with 
tuition of hia three 
•ona. 



TiMoTHT HuTTOir, mentioned by hU grandfather and 
irrand root ber. In lt'».*y Sir Titn«-tljy Iluiton luivot 
to him, (teinf< hfn ir«>«i''««, 14/. jnir annum for 7 years 
**ll he d<vi< (>«)iuvo biuisclfe wrll :ujd eontin'tr m>o 
looirt* \tt Can»l»rnlife. lf..»». »<• M;ir. pen«:ril fu>|. 
frc»m Tiujothy llutt<>n of Canibrid/**. M A., to Miit- 
thew llutt>n of Mar«ko, Eh<{. Witn«-'4M. T<>bi:ia 
Iltitt<m." He 1«, I iMdieve, tin* jM»n»on wun. in I"il, 



Er.IZABBTH. 

d.iu. Edw. 
Harntt« of 

Suh.itn, CO. 
C l'^](ri'l^'e. 
'.V.Jilv.lo'.H, 
Tun >thy 
H'l'fon of 
Marike.Esq., 
gjfin's h'T ^n 
aijnr of ^i*l. 
and hement' 
her in Ian ^ ilL 



\ 1 

MaRM. HlTTTOX, 

ex' t<» hi< father 
& luunf' by hia 
mt'thcr. Ilowtis 
in tho 8orvic« of 
Arrhbp Flutton 
who uu 12 Nov. 

him 1c.i>«) of 
lands .it Oiloy — 
rencwtd 'J I Oct. 
H«»l - f^r 21 
yciira. 



An>*b, nient* by her parents, 
Diar Jtilin Vaur, curate of St. 
Uulleu'a Auckliiud,161G-33. ^ 



Thomas UrTTOf. tnenf by hia 
u'riii tf.'ith T and ^'''•"''"•"t'ler. 

Tt»n\ lii I M.N, nM'i.ti"ijc I )i\ bor 
)fr indf.db* r :«2 d 'ruii.b.iuiLer, 
iii.i'.d 4U. I lii'ni ."«ll i'\ ^s.U V Cf. 
Hutt .n » rr^. Hip ut li-l'icy 
chutch, York, lla> 14, lult». 



w.io cunite of St, (!ih"«', (.'ri}'i'l",'.ite. li'* w ••* ni'u-h 

aiidiit4d lu eertUH nu.-f. and w.ui greatly i.j>i..i-rd by bU paW<«bi<>nrrs, nh<», in i p' t tion 



to tlie llou*o • I Ixird*. c-tll ldn» " tb- ir si »• d i' mji unite, ' 
panahioners out of the church* — Hist. J/ 6^. Jie^K, iv., lo.t. 



iiu locked a iiv.d Olid tLe 



"May 13, 1624. Anne Hutton of St. 
Hellen, Awckland. My M>n Marm. Hut- 
ton haa bad the pro'itt of my huuAe with- 
out nuking me acconipt : I rt'lt-a.'ic* him 
of all Buch reckiuinK-) Sc he to clauie no 
more of my f^otMla, but if hereafter iu my 
lifetyme he ahall re forme hiuii*elfe of hia 
▼aioe cxience, I may be muve<l to alter 
ihia wilL To the poore of Hauf^hton 
2()if., becauae I ha<l my living ani'Mig 
thani, ic 2()a. more toward the making 
of a dynoer for me to the neiKhboj-s 
tliere, St the bells to be rung for a 
iareweU. To my dAU.-inlaw Elical>eth 
Huttoo, a double duckett k a gold 
ring which lyea in a boze in my little 
truncke.'* 

Her children, through their foUy and 

vou VI. 



extravnganco. Roein to have ca!i«»<1 Bome 
truiihieand aiuiovance to their couninH nt 
Mar*<kH. Vaux m.i<ie hiuihelf iiotorioud 
in alter yeai"*. l«y •l.il»blin>^ in in. .-'le anil 
Bellini; a!ni.'uiaekrt nt'd at t. *!).:•■ !'>»• k-t at 
the altar ot hirt church at St. llr.t n •<, 
Auckland. It hiu* been tli«>ii rbt that 
Luke Hutton. the In^hw.v^n.au, w.m a 
•on of the rector of Hati.lit< n, < i\ at all 
events, of hia nauieAake, Vkha wa-* a pie- 
beiulary of Durhnm. Sir John H trring- 
ton bt>l«IIy aKsertrt that he W4«a a poq uf 
the archbiKhop, but thia i.i c^>tt.i'nly un- 
trtie, and 1 have never aeon the pli^htei«t 
evidence to connect him m any way m itli 
Uiat pixlate's family. Thete im an tdd 
U'lllail uf twenty -two atin^a^ call* d Luko 
Hutton'a Lameutat!on. A verae or two 

n 



242 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



never seen it. He also wrote a short treatise on Election, 
Predestination, and Reprobation, which he sent to Arch- 
bishop Whitgift. This was printed in octavo in 1613, and 



will suffice as a specimen. It is dow ex- 
cessively rare. 

"I am a poor prisoner condemned to die. 
Ah woe is me, woe is me for my 
great folly ! 
Fast fettered in ironB in place where 
I lye; 
Be warned, young wantons, hemp 
passeth green holly. 

My parents were of good degree, 
By whom I would not ruled be; 
Lord Jesus receive me, with mercy re- 
lieve me ! 
Receive, O sweet Saviour, my spirit 
unto thee. 

** Upon St. Luke's day was I bom ; 
Ah, woe! &c. 
Who want of grace hath made me to 
scorn; 
Be warned, &c. 

In honour of my birthday then, 
I rob'd in bravery nineteen men. 
Lord Jesus, Sec." 

Feb. 20,1611-12. John Hutton, parson 
of Gateaheade. To be bur. in the parish 
of Gateshead. To my wife Florence 
(w*^*' she gave me for a token) 51. in gould, 
& two gownes, two kirtles, two petti- 
cotes k a velvet hatt which I bought for 
my wife Bes.'^e & the syde saddle, Sec, 
which I bought last at London. To my 
sister Margaret Blackburne one little 
peece of East Countrey plate. To my 
sonn Henrie Farniside, 3/. 6s. Sd. To 
James Faruiside a (new^ m' of art" hood 
& 40^. To Edward Miller, my sister's 
daughter 8 son. \0l. To Jacob Farniside, 
Edwyne Nicholson, & Wm. Cooke, my 
wive's children, k everie one of there 
wyves, a Frenche crowne a peece for a 
token. To Thos. Cuthbert, notarie pub- 
lique, a French crowne. The rest to my 
wife & James Cole of Newca^tle. To 
Jaine, wife of Nich. Cole & Eliz. wife of 
Wm. Rand, either of them a booke, th' 
one called liearne to Lyve, and th'other, 
Learne to Dye. 

The rector of Barningham near Rich- 
mond, must also be mentioned. 

Dec. 17, 1639. Thomas Hutton, parson 
of Barningham. . . . For my dau. Kliz., 
I did give her in marriage 400Z., therefore 
Bhe cannot require anymore at my handes, 



having delt so bountifuUie with her. For 
my dau. Marie Slinger, I did paie for her 
lease of Little Hutton, taken in the name 
of Francis Slinger, her late husband, to 
Mr. W^m. Pudsue, together with arrerage 
unpaid in the tyme of Henry Slinger his 
father. I'o my sonne in lawe Edw. Har- 
rison. I did promise to give him in mar- 
riage with my dau. Beatrix, 800Z. — she to 
have 20^. per ann. out of the land at 
Grinton ; & whereas it was reported by 
his frendes that he did paie for his table, 
I protest to my knowledg I never had 
anything; I had of him one cow Sc a 
hogg swyne, for which he had the tythe 
of Myllhill three yeares at 30^. per ann. 
And this I have done to stopp the mouUiea 
of slanderous persons & to maike vertue 
&. peace amongst my owns children. To 
my dau. Elynyr the trunck y* was her 
brothers. Kes. to Eliz. Wood, Marie 
Slinger, k Beatrix Harrison, they ex'*. 
Math. Hutton, Esq. Sc Mr. Fr. Appleby, 
supervisors. 

In the parish register of Barning- 
ham are the following notices of hia 
family. 1598, July 25. Eliz. dau. 
Tho. Hutton, parson of Barningham, bp. 
1599. Sep. 18. Geo. Alderson and Alice 
Hutton, mar. 1600. May 18. Timothie, 
the son of Thos. Hutton, parson of Barn- 
ingham, bp. 1602. Aug. 8. Mary, dau. 
do., bp. 1604. Nov. 30. Betteris, dau. 
do., bp. 1611. June 10. An, wife of do., 
bur. 1626. Nov. 29. Wm. Woodd, par- 
son of Great Ottrings, and Eliz. Hutton, 
dau. Thos. Hutton, parson, mar. 1628. 
May 25. Edwarde Harrison and Beatrix 
Hutton, mar. 

Timothy Hutton, whose baptism has 
just been given, distinguished himself a 
little. I found some extracts fi-om his 
will among the Baker MSS. in the Uni- 
versity Library at Cambridge. 

June 18, 1638. Timothy Hutton, 
S.T.B., Fellow of St. John's, Cambridge. 
To the Mr. and Senior Fellows of St. 
John's for books for the library, the in- 
come of his chamber, being 201. 16s. To 
the poore of Chelsworth in Suffolk, where 
he was parson, 405. To the poore of the 
parish of Barningham, six miles from 
Bicbmond (where he was bom),60^.. To 
Matthew Hutton, Esq , and Richard Hut- 
ton of Popleton, Esq., 20s. each for a ring. 
Pr. 3 Oct. 1638. 



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2« 



there is a copy of it in the York Library.* There are some 
of his letters among the Lausdowne MSS. in the British 
Museum, and otheis have been printed by the ecclesiastical 
biographers and liistorians. There is still at Marske a great 
portion of his correspondence, which has been given to the 
world by the Surtees Society. The same volume which con- 
tains the letters gives many notices of the archbisliop and 
his family, and among them is a short history of the Huttons 
drawn up by Dr. Ducarell, the chaplain and admirer of an- 
other Matthew Hutton, who, more exalted than his ances- 
tor, was raised from the chair of Faulinus to that of 
Augustine. 

In the husbanding of his estate the archbishop was a 
careful and a thrifty man. Two of his sons received the 
honour of knighthood, lie married his eldest son, Sir Timo- 
thy, to a daughter of Sir George Bowes, and gave him, 
together with other property, the estates of Marske and 
Marrick. Sir Thomas Hutton, his second son, became the 
owner of Poppleton, near York, and married a daughter of 
Sir John Bonnet, then a distinguished advocate in the court 
at York, who afterwards rose into painful notoriety. All 
his daughters were well allied and amply dowered. And to 
several members of his family he granted leases of his 
episcopal and archiepiscopal estates. His widow, a third 
wife, survived him for some years and ended her days in 
York.t 



* Brerifl et diluci«U explicatio ver« 
eertte ei consoUtionis plenso doctrina? de 
el<>ctioDe, prtiHlcatinatiooe, ac reproba- 
ti<»ne. authore ^lattb.ro KlH)iacrn«i 
Archiepijico|>o, the<)Io>;o exiniio : cui ac> 
cr«^eruDt et aUi>rum clarit«. theolo^rtniin 
inclytxe CantabTi»:i(*nMia Acidetni;!} D.D. 
E»t«i, Sorni, ChaWrtoiii «t VN illoli, eju8> 
detn arguDieuti Mrripta: necnoD Lain- 
betliani articuli, etc. ImyxfU^ifl Hfiirici 
L*urvotti« AtDitterodanien'^iiS Librarii. An. 
MLCxitL pp. I5<i, small bvo. 

t She wa* the daiighter and heirejw of 
Richard Scropc, K^\., and the widow of 
Martin, s^-n of Sir .Martin Bowe*. W hen 
f>he married the archbishop ahe had a 
g(>od1j estate of her own. lie made her 
a jointure of Unda in Darton, and the 
leano of the tvthea of Heaton, Storth- 
WAJte and B«ib>y. To thin, in hia Inat 
will, be mailc a f irthc r atldiMon : ft<>/. i>er 
ann. out of the manor of H.i<ch«ir]>4* and 
the tjTthfa of Ha^thorito and Bracken* 



holme ; .50/. per ann. ont of the manor of 
W'harram Percv. and 40/. payable by Sir 
Philip CoTi'^tablc ; all the pro| i-rty that 
Bhe hrou^rht with her and \vhatH<.t;ver 
r«*ntiS art* «hie to liiin at hi.-* dt-ceA-e. to- 
gether with ** tiie be-t new yenre iryft in 
pl.ito tli.it I have, whii-h i*he wyil chu^e 
and tiike.'' 

Mrrt. Hutton lived and die<I in York, 
Icaviuj? all her e^tite to ht-r chil hen by 
her fii-Mt hunUind, into the hi^^ory of 
whom it is uni)eoei«.<iry now to enter. Her 
will runs as follows: 

Jan. 1, 1 CI 5-1 ft. Fmncii Hutton of 
Yorke, wid«lo.\e, l.iite wife of the mo:<t 
reverend father in (Jixl. Mitthcw Ute 
archbiehopp of Yorke, whole of b^ho — 
to V>e btirye^l in the c.ithe<lnill church 
called Yorke .Min«t«'r, in the quere there, 
fto nere unto my ^aitl l.-it«« hu<«*>ind the r.ud 
latH ai< Idu-'hop, a<* c«'nveniently miy l»f«», 
and for the clwr^'ri* tlteieof 1 .iDum !«>(►/. 

u 1 



24t 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



There is little in the archbishop's will to attract our notice. 
The original probate is still preserved at Marske. He desires 
Dr. Goodwin, who had aided him in his attempts to convert the 
recusants, and whom he had just promoted to the chancellor- 
ship in the Minster, to preach his funeral sermon, for which 
he is to have 10/. There are several charitable bequests and 
many gifts of money to friends and kinsmen. He mentions, 
also, a few of his books. To Philip Ford, rector of Nun- 
burnholme and incumbent of the prebend of Stillington, 
which he lived long enough to lose in the Great Rebellion, 
he leaves a number of the P'athers, SS. Augustine, Jerome, 
Ambrose, Chrysostom, Gregory, Tertullian, Basil, Gregory 
Nazianzen, Clement of Alexandria and Rome, Justin Martyr, 
and Irenajus, together with such pieces as he has of other 
writers of a more questionable authority, Bucer, Calvin, 
Marlorat, and Musculus, with two Greek Lexicons to assist 
him in his studies. His chaplain, John Woodwaun, whom 
lie had educated and provided for, is to choose out of the rest 
of his books as many as are worth 6/. 13^. 4(/. Sir William 
Gee, his son-in-law, who had some taste for divinity, is to 
have Sebastian Munster's edition of the Bible in Hebrew, and 
to another son-in-law, Sir John Calverley, is given another 
work by the same learned author, the Cosmographia of the 
geographer Claudius Ptolemy. His " ancient good friend, 
Air. Chr. Myller, physician," receives as a gift the Paradox 



To Matthew Bowes, my grandchild, sonne 
of Thos. Bowes, my Isite deceased soone, 
my dwelling house in Coppergaite, etc., 
as they were confirmed to mee and 
Kichard Bowes my sonne by Parcivall 
Levett of Yorke. merchant, and Kliz. his 
wife. Whereas I am enformed that the 
estate of the said house is in my said 
Bonne Richard, for terme of his life, as my 
motherly care towards him hath beene 
very greate in many wayes, soe as I hold 
him sufficiently provided for, and whereas 
I have lent him 8u0/., he to sufler Mat. 
Bowes to have the said house. I give to 
the said Mat. my dovecoate, garden and 
orchard neare the church yard of St. 
Maries in Castlegaite, which I purchased 
of John Brooke, merch*, deceased. To 
my welbeloved brother \Vm. Clopton, 
gent , one of my guilt boules. To my 
daurs. Francis Parmeter and Jayne Bur- 
ton, either of them, one whyte silver 
boule of the bigger sorte. To my dau. 
Cordell May, one silver salt with a cover 



of silver. To the said Mat. Bowes, which 
Thos. Bowes his laite father committed 
to my keeping for him, a lon^e quishing 
of crimson velvett with the Bowes their 
armes on it, one silver boule of the value 
of twentie nobles whereon the name of 
the saide Matthewe is graven, two gould 
rings, one worth ZOs. &. and the other 
with the sparke of a dyamond. To the 
poore of Yorke, 10/. To a godly preacher 
for one sermon to be preached at my 
funerall, 40«. The rest to my sonne 
Richard Bowes — he ex'. I intreate Roger 
Bellwood of Yorke, preacher of God's 
word, whoe is schoolmaster to the said 
Matthew, to take the government of him 
during his minority. Roger Bellwood, 
Henry Rogers of Yorke, clerk, Thos. 
Whitney, of the same, gent, supervisors. 
To the ladie Reade, wyddowe, my playne 
black velvet cloake & one of my silver 
bowlea. (Pr. 8 Nov. 1619. Adm. to the 
ex'.) 



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245 



Meilicorum of Leonard Fucliius, the great German doctoi-, 
xvhich the said *' ancient good friend " had looked at, in all 
j)robability, full often, with admiring eyes. There is at the 
present time hardly any book at Alarske which may be said 
to have belonged to the archbishop excej)t, perhaps, a very 
fine copy of one of the earliest Prayer-books. 

We now come to Sir Timothy llutton, the archbishop's 
eldest son, who took up his abode at Marske and occupied a 
high position among the Yorkshire gentry. Many pleasing 
memorials of his piety and judgment are still in existence, 
and they give us a very favourable impression of his charac- 
ter. He was born in 1569, and was educated, in all proba- 
bility, at Cambridge, where he laid in a considerable store of 
learning, which was fostered and encouraged by his sire and 
the many able men with whom he was necessarily brought iu 
contact. He had correspondents who addressed him in Latin 
and Italian, and, doubtless, he and the pedantic rector of 
^larske, John Jackson, measured their wits together full 
often in knotty points of divinity and philosophy. !Sir Timo- 
thy could make, too, a very fair speech, although ho could 
not extricate himself altogether from the still' rules of rhetoric 
which were at that time so strictly adhered to. lie was 
also, more than once, the patron of literary men. Thomas 
Bell, the religious controversialist, who was anxious to build 
up for himself a character, dedicates to him '* A Christian 
])iaIogue betweene Theophilus a deformed Catholike in Rome, 
and Remigius a reformed Catholike in the Church of Eng- 
land, 4to. Lond. 1601).*'* Henry llutton, of Alainsforth, 
wrote two very curious, and now scarce, volumes of poems 
called "A compendious History of Ixion's Wheel," and 
" Folly's Anatomy, or Satyrs and Satyrical Epigrams." f 



• "To the ripht woivliipfull my ap- 
prove*! g<Kxl frieii'ts, Sir Su»ven Proct«»r, 
^^ir Tiiuothie Whittmgh.iin, Sir Viocetit 
Skinner, and Sir liiuotbie Hiitton, 
knit;Lt« ; and his majV.stte'8 uu,!(t zfuluiis, 
upn^rht, and painfull ju^tiuea of the 

The preface ends by praying th it they 
will ** imploy yt)ur paiof full Liltoura f.>r 
the advancement of his glorious giMrx*]!, 
the cutlinf^ downe of ninne, the extir|-a- 
tton of late start-up Fo)iery, and the 
ri«>t.ng out tif all tnutorons Jt8uite«« antl 
Jrsuiteil P<»peUDg^ which have beene, 
aod atUl are, too much favoured aod 



winkwl at by siin^lry in authority, e^pe- 
cia ly in the*o north-i»arta of noble hug- 
laud. Dixi. 

" Your worithip's to l)e commandod, 
" Thumaj* IJkll. 
"* March 21, 1609/ 



t» 



•f- Follies Anatomie. or Satyres and 
Satyricill K})i^iani.<t. W \i\\ % co\\i\*v>\\*\i- 
ourt Hiitory of Ixion's \Vht»»'le; couipili'd 
by Henry Hutt.iu, Uunelnu'iiois. Lon«l<>n: 
Printed for .Mattliew AValkiuke, antl are 
to l»e sold at his ^hop at (jirait-* iUuv \jA\Af. 

It ia dedicated *' to the worthny 



216 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



Both are dedicated to Sir Timothy Hutton, whom the author 
styles his friend *' nomine et re" 

Sir Timothy's advance in life was due, of course, to his 
father. In 1592 he became the owner of Marrick, and in 
the same year he took to himself a wife, on which occasion 
the archbishop made him a present of 1,900/. The lady was 
a daughter of the celebrated Sir George Bowes, and her 
mother was a Talbot. Queen Elizabeth stood for her at the 
font and gave her her own name and a cup of gold which is 
still in the possession of her descendants. With this lady, 
who brought the estate of Stainton near Baruardcastle with 
her, Sir Timothy enjoyed many years of happiness. In 1598 
he became the purchaser of Marske, which was thenceforward 
his chief residence. In 1605 he was high sheriff of York- 
shire and, as such, on the 16th of Feb. he was knighted at 
Whitehall. In 1602 and 1629 he was Alderman or chief 
magistrate of Richmond, and he was also Bow bearer to King 
James. 

Sir Timothy inherited a good estate, and left it larger 
than he received it. He succeeded in buying back a portion 
of Glints, which had been sold away by Arthur Philip, and 
in 1605 he purchased the Church and Gastle Mills at Rich- 
mond and bought a lease of the Friarage of Sir Wm. Wray 
for 300/. In the Friarage he frequently resided and in it he 
died. In 1625 he had a rent-roll of above a thousand 



HoDor'd Knight, Sir Timothy HuttoD, 
aa follows : — 

" Noblest of mindes, unknowne, I would 

invite, 
Rich Pyrrhus to accept a Codrus mite. 
My lame-legd muse nere dome Par- 
nassus Mount 
Kor drunk the juce of Aganippe's 

Fount : 
Tet doth aspire with Dedall's wings, 

appeale 
To you, sole Patron of our common 

weale. 
The foule maskt Lady, Night, which 

blots the skie, 
Hath but one Phccbe, feyer-shaking eye. 
Olympus azure clime, one golden light, 
Which drownes the starry curtaine of 

the night : 
And my rude muse (which Satyrists 

would rend) 
Our generous, grave Patronizing friend. 
You this Mtcceuafl are, peruse my writ, 
Aud ube these Metroes of true meaning 

wit : 



Command ; commend them not : such 

humile Art 
Disclaiuis applause, demerits no desert. 
Value my verse according to her worth : 
No mercenary hope hath brought her 

forth. 
Times puny, Penny wits, I loathing hate, 
Though poor, I'm pure, from such a 

servile state. 
These workes (fram*d on the Anvile of 

my braine) 
My free borne Muse, enfranchise from 

such shame : 
In which large calendar, Timists may 

view, 
I ouely writ to please the world and you. 
** Your worship's friend, 

'* Nomine & Re, 
"Hbnby Hutton." 

Bound up with it, Satyricall Epigrams; 
compiled by Henry Hutton, Dunelmen»iB. 
Lon : Printed for Matthew Walbanke, 
and are to be sold at his Shop at Qraiea 
Inne Gate, 1619. 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 2t7 

pounds a year, which was thus made up : — " Marske demesne, 
ISO/. The tenement with Orgate, 50/. Marrick Abbey and 
tithes, 250/. Richmond lands and mills, 160/. Fremington, 
10/. 12^. 6d. Ulnaby, 24/. Aldbro', Dunsforth, and Ellin- 
thorpe, 120/. Kylham tyth, 130/. Wharram Peirsey, 180/. 
Raystrop, 26/. Bp. Meadowes, 16/. Sum., 1,096/. 12^. 6rf." 
A good deal of this., it will be observed, was leasehold pro- 
perty under the see of York. 

In his domestic relations Sir Timothy was a kind friend 
and an affectionate father. His sons received the benefit of 
a college education and were well preferred : his daughters 
made honourable alliances. To those of his kindred who 
stood in need of his help he was a generous benefactor.* 
His last will and testament overflows with love and kindness. 
No kinsman, no old friend or servant, is forgotten in it, and 
it is fragrant with the breath of true piety and devotion. 
The preamble and the conclusion, I believe of his own writ- 
ing, are extremely striking, and may bo read with interest 
and advantage. The whole of the document is printed in 
the Hutton Correspondence, and a few extracts from it will 
now suffice. 

Feb. 17, 1G28. In the name of God the Father, God the Son, and of 
G^Jid the H0I7 Ghoste. Aiuod, Amen, Amen. 

Blessed be Thy glorious name, God, for these teraporall blessings 
which Thou host bestowed ou me, Thyne unworthy servaute ; humbly 
beseechiuge The, O Loixl, to blcsse this my disposeiuge thereof unto my 
poore posterity, even to Thy good will k pleasura Butt, espeatially, O 
gracious God, I doe give The most humble and harty thankes for Thy 
spirituall favours, which Thou bust frely bestowed on me by the testi- 
mony of Thy most b<'ly, sacred, and ussisteinge S])iritt, the a«>urance of 
consolation in Thy salvation ; mito Whom, therefore, <fc in Whose name, 
I doe most humbly reci mmend my sinfuU soule. And as for my miserable 
and wretched body, the onely enemy to my soule, 1 hold it not worthy 
of any dis|M>seinge, but doe leave it imto the dis)>osein^e of my freinds, 
as they in there foolish atfection shall give order for the same ; though I 
knowe that with these eyes, and none other, 1 shall comfortably see my 
Saviour in that greate & joyfuU day, uutill when, O good Lord, hearo 
me and myne when we doe cull upon The : yea, O my God, I doe knowe 
that Thou hearest, but, Lord, heare and have mercy, and hhsse us with 
Thy most sacred and comfortiible Splritt ; and B;ite- vouch that never 
de|)arte from us, but that it may be our assured comfort and consolation 
to the end and in the end. Amen, Amen. 

* Th0 puith rfgiKter of Richmond rt- the 18th of Maie, b«inge WhjtioD even. 
coitU one of hU kind deeds. *' IiM>>eU baptiEcil at the in»tAnce of Sir Timo Uiy 
SUTmon borm in the Earle Orchard, Uuttoo, 21 July, 1016.'* 



2 IS 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



To my deare and ever-loving sister, the Lady Ann Hutton, of Neither 
Popleton, wyddowe, 20/. in gold to buy her a gowne, & and my thre 
coach horses ; and I pray God reward her into her bosorae for her 
loveinge kindnesses which she hath ever afforded to me and myne. To 
my nephew and neece, Richard and Elizabeth Hutton each a 20«. peece 
of gould to make them rings, & I pray God blesse them. To myne 
adopted wife, Mrs. Margaret £enett, a 20^. peece of gould to make her a 
ringe, and I pray God to send her a good husband. To my very kynde 
freind, Mr. John Weeks, her unkle, my bay saddle na^^ge, & and I pray 
God to send him a good wife. To little Nanne Cleburne, 100/., and I 
pray God to blesse her. To Tim. Hutton, my godson, 1 4/. per ann. for 
7 yeares, if ho doe behave himselfe well & continue soe longe at Cam- 
bridge. To that sanctifyed man, Mr. Danyell Sherrard, the now preacher 
at Popleton, 10/. per ann. untill he gett a liveinge worth 40/. per ann., 
& to his three sons, Timothy, Richard, & John, 5/. a peece towards the 
byndeinge of them apprentices. To my worthy friend, Mr. Justice 
Hutton, a 20«. peece of gould to make him a ringe, desireing the con- 
tinuance of his countenance and advise unto me and myne. To a 
preacheinge minister att Marwicke, soe longe as it shall continue in my 
poore posterity, 20/. per ann., so he doe continue and lie there, & that 
he be of honest conversacion. I doe give out of my lands att Marske 
unto the schoole and hospitall att Warton, in Lancashire, which was 
erected by my late deare and reverend father, 22/. 13a. 4d, per ann. 
untill my sonn Mathewe can buy a rente charge in Lancashire or else- 
"where, which beinge added unto the 24/. which Mr. Tocketts payeth, 
maketh upp the just some of 46/. 13«. id.: and I doe wish my sonn 
Matthewe to be carefuU that the poore mens place be bestowed on none 
but such as are the most impotente and poorest. The rest to my eldest 
son Matthewe Hutton : & I doe humbly besech God that what I have 
here given that He will be plgased to give a blessinge thereunto. I doe 
require and charge my sonue Matthew, in that duty which a sonne oweth 
unto the remembrance of a father, that he will alwaies keepe a Levite in 
his house, and to leave a charge behind him to those who shall by God's 
grace succeed him to doe the like, and to give a competente and suffi- 
ciente allowance imto him : and I doe hartily wish that it might be soe 
continued soe longe as it should please God to continue the poore pos- 
terity of this poore house, which it hath pleased God soe lately to rayse 
out of the duste. Domine Jesu, veni cito. Amen. Lorde, make noe 
longe tarryinge. Amen. Lord, I have wayted for Thy salvation. 
Amen.* 



• The Inventory of Sir Timothy's 
effects has been pai-tly printed already. 
I give that portion of it which relates to 
Marske. It shews us the furniture of the 
hall and the number of the rooms that 
the liouse contained. 

In Mar8K£ HoysB — In the upper 
little chamber, one standing bedstead, a 
trundle bedstead, a great chest <k a little 
table, 21. 1 Oa. One vallance and curtaines, 
1 1. 6s. 8d. In the upper great chamber, 
one standing bedstead, one liverie cub- 
bert, one chaire, and one stoole, 1 /. Three 
suits of hangings and one long carpett. 



20/. In Mr. Jackson's chamber, two 
bedsteads, two chests bound with iron, 
one wainscott chaire, one iron locke, one 
vallance and curtens of green sey, 2/. In 
the lower inner chamber, one feild bed- 
stead, one che6t bound with iron, one 
great wainscott chest, one trunck, one 
table and one chaire, 41. In the lower 
out chamber, one feild bedstead, one 
trundle bedstead, one liverey cubbert, 
one little table, two chaires, two little 
Btooles, vallance and curtaines, U. 1S«. id. 
In the chamber next the storehouse, one 
staudinge bedstead, one trundle bedstead, 



MARSKB, IN SWALEDALE. 



249 



Shortly afler this the testator died full of honours, 
although he had not reached the appointed limit of man's 
life. Ue Tvas interred at Richmond, and his friend the rector 
thus records his burial — ** Dominua Timotheus Hutton, miles, 
cujusque boni amicus, et patronus fidelium Domini Jesu 
Christi minibtrorum candidissimus et benignissimus, quoad 
corpus, humatus fuit sexto die Aprilis, 1629." We can well 
imagine what a day that would be in Richmond, and what a 
gorgeous funeral there would be, for he died whilst he was 
Alderman. A stately monument, towards which the purse 
of his son and the pen of Jackson, the rector of Marske, con- 
tributed, commemorates him in Richmond church. Ciarkson 
gives an engraving of it, and the inscriptions that it bears 
are well known. 

Of Matthew Hutton, Esq., Sir Timothy's son, there is 
somewhat to be said. He played great havoc with the 
estate which his father left him. Between 1614 and 1616 
he was studying at Cambridge, and it appears that he left the 
university considerably in debt. (Hutton Corr. 216.) In 
1617 he was married to Barbara dau. of tSir Conyers Darcy, 
with whom he received a considerable portion, but in 1626 
he found it necessary to join with his father in obtaining a 
private act of parliament to enable them to sell his wife's 
jointure lands, the demesne of W'harram Percy, for the pa}'- 
nient of his debts. Ue had, I believe, a seat in parliament, 
but what town he represented I cannot discover. 

In 1629 his father died, and he now missed his counsel 
and found the estate encumbered with a great number of 
charges under Sir Timothy's will. He had recourse to the 



one pre«8e and one cheiit, IZs. id. In 
ili« stfirehouM, v3 dinhes of {>«»\vther, 5 
pannoA, on iron pott, 4 ()ewtber can<lle> 
»tU'k4, 2 bntTct &t4KiIefl, udo little 
truncke, one frying {Mtnoe, one iron teame, 
one iron fckvllettf '6 cIoM*-btoole pAiinv«, 
one r»per k, dagger, 3/. 1 *S». id. In the 
grraie chamber, 4 be<lhteaiis, two cub- 
bertfiy one covered chiure, tire little 
covered »toolea, '6l. 6a. 9r/. Item, 9 
feather bedtia, two nuttresAos, 4 pilluwa, 
ten boulsteia. ten cuverletU, neaven 
blankctt% 16/. In Jarvase'a chamber, 
five bedateada, 1/. 6j. btt In the attulie, 
one table and cloth, one chaire, one little 
trunck, one deaie, one viall, one orpha- 
ryofs (f), 1/. 1(>5. In bookes, 13^ 13.«. \d. 
In the parlor, one drawing table, one 
•<iuai« tabic, one liverfj cubbvrt, one 



carp?tt, 12 Btoolea, one chaire, two qui- 
fihonH, 12 mappcM, and 2 picturee, 
2/. 10s. In the hall, three tabled with 
foniii'M, 1/. U>*. Seven corplettn and 
fuwer piktjS, 4/. \^Ad. Five muHketts, 
3 collevLTS with powder fliu«ket« ii head- 
peicee, 6/. Three balliertts and eight 
bilU, 1/. In the kitchin, 3 apitta and a 
gadluw l>alke, 65. lid. In the brewhoune, 
one lead, oue cooler, one gile fatt, and 
one maah fiatt with th appurtenances, 10/. 
Timber wood in the stable and yard, 11/. 
One aalt clock and one bttle watch, lO/. 
Quicke gooda, Tts*., 7 hurM>«, *JV/. 

A leane of the Fryery neare Hichmond 
for 2000 yaaret bought of Sir William 
Wmy, 800/. 

Summa totalia, 67W. 15«. (V/. 



250 MAR8KE, IN SWALEDALE. 

unwelcome expedient of selling his lands. On the 6th of 
December, 1 630, he actually sold Marske to his father-in- 
law, Sir Conyers Darcy, and his son, Conyers Darcy, Esq., 
of Ainderby-le-Myres. The estate, however, thanks to the 
kindness of his relations, was not sacrificed, but other lands 
and leases took its place. In December, 1630, he sold the 
manor of Marrick to the Blackburnes for 3,800/., and Bar- 
forth soon followed. 

In 1634 he sold the Mills at Richmond to the Danbies, 
and disposed of his lease of the Friarage for 600/. All these 
were heavy sacrifices. An estate is more easily dismembered 
than built up. And what family is there that is unacquainted 
with these earthquakes which shake, now and then, an an- 
cient house to its very foundations, spreading ruin and dis- 
may around 1 

When the Great Rebellion broke out Matthew Button 
took, with his kinsmen the Darcies, the king's part, and, with 
them, he suffered for his loyalty. Mr. Fryer says that he 
was fined 1,000/., but in the books of the commissioners the 
sum which stands against his name is only 132/. 12^. lOd., 
and he was freed altogether from their claims on the 25th of 
July, 1651. There is little known of the progress of the 
Rebellion in Swaledale, but there is a protection granted to 
Hutton by Ferdinand Lord Fairfax, on the 5th of August, 
1644, which shows that Marske, at least, was saved from 
one of the greatest horrors with which war is accom- 
panied.* 

After this Hutton became even more deeply involved, 
partly through his own carelessness, partly through the ne- 
cessities of the times. The following extracts from the 
schedule of his debts will give us some notion of his incum- 
brances and of the way in which they were incurred :— 

To Nat. Phillips of London, 10^. To Mr. Mauleverer of Marsk, 5L 
To Mr. Timothy Dodsworth of Massam, 55/. To Mr. Norton of EUerton 
Abbey, 8/. To Mr. Sherard's sous, of Popleton, 30/. To Dr. Bathurst 
of London, 85/. To my said nephew, Timothy Dodsworth, 50/. To my 
COS. Wm. Eure, 500/. For Warton, 22/. 13«. id. per ann. To poor of 
Winston so long as I ke^ Barfoot, 2/. To my nephew, Thos. Button, 
till he be fellow of a CoU. or commence M^ of Arts, 51. To poore of 
Stanton, 2/. To poor of Marske, 2/. 10«. To my brother John Hutton, 
to pay his cred^, provided it be for his release from prison, 10/. 

* Sir Henry Slingibj itataa in his Me- Cumberland gave to Mr. Matthew Hutton 
moira, that in August, 1641, the Earl of the under-otewarcUhip at Richmond. 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALK 



251 



Tn 1653 he makes out another list of monies due to him, 
from which I take the following extracts. He was at that 
time greatly troubled by several members of the family of 
Bowes : — 

From Mr. Scroope of Bolton Castle, for a horse, 100 marks. My 
cozen, Talbot Bowes, owes me for 3 raarcs, 40/., at the day of his mar- 
riage or the houre of his death. Mr. Thos. Bankes owes me 20/. at the 
day of his wedding for a cloak. Sir Wm. Fairfax of Steton owes me for 
a watch 51. : I sold it for 8/. and he paid me 3/. of it. Mr. John Wyk- 
liffo of Gales owes mee for a watch 10/. at the birth of Mr. Pudsay's first 
child. My coz. John Jackson owes me 5L for a watch at the day of my 
bro' Tim's wedding : the watch he sold presently for 6/. to my bro' 
Phillip Uuttou. In the beginning of these troublesome times he being 
of a contrary opinion unto myselfe would not contribute anything to the 
king's service, neither for his lettre money nor for his armes, whereupon 
he was taken notice of for a delinquent 6i. was by Captain Matthew 
(fide & and another Captaine, Messenger [sic] : my brother Tymothy 
hearing of it writt to mee notice of it ; I sent for him & shewed him a 
lettre ; thereupon he told me he w^ secure his person <k fly into Lan- 
cashire : I diswaded him from it, ds told him it w*^ make him more 
obnoxious. Sir Thos. Danby owes mee 20/. payd for him to widow 
Langley of Skeby. My coz. John Wansforth owes mee 150/. w*** I won 
of him at play. Mr. Wm. Wainsforth owes me 14/. My coz. Major 
Norton owes mee in exchange betwixt a gcldeinge of his and some cattle 
of mine. Sir Kobert Strickland owes me 10/. won at play at New- 
brough. 

Before Matthew HuttoD died he lost his eldest son,* a 



* Be died in the house of his sister 
Liiit(*r at Bawtrr iu \0C4, and was buried 
in the church there. At the time of his 
deceai^e he wm greatly in debt, a Rich- 
OQoud trai desman, Qeorf;e Scott, being a 
vt-ry tnjublcflome and exacting creditor. 
The following account of his adminis- 
trator is uken from the registry at Kich* 
mond. 

*A declaration of the accompt. of 
Bryan Aiftkew, the adniini«trator of the 
goods, cattells and chattelJs of John Hut- 
ton, gen., Lite of Marake, within the 
Archdeaconry of Richmond diocesse of 
Chester, deceased, as foUoweth : — 

Thia acoomptant chargeth himself with 
all the severall goods and cattells of the 
■aid deceased which came to this ac- 
oom plant's hand and were by him sold sa 
foUoweth, Tic*. : Imprimis, his the said 
deceased's puree and apparrell, lu/. One 
browne mare, one iillie stagg, one roand 
gelding, one white mare, one b'acke 
mare, one bad foale, two old mares and 
one colt, all sold for 25f, 12s. All the 
abeepi 60/. Item, 7 oion aud their fur> 



niture, 30/. Item, 6 kine, 8 calrea, and 
a bull. '2i<L lis. Item, 2 heiffers and two 
oze stirks, 7L 15s. One paire of cart 
wheeles and all the boards named in the 
InTentorie, *il. 19s. Come in the gamer 
and in the bame, 5/. 10s. Item, 6 hogs- 
heads full of beare, 6/. Item, 6 pans^ 
one frying pan, one pot, one dripping 
pan, one npiit, the table clothes and nap- 
kinu of the deceaned, 6 puthrr di»be8 
and two lawcers, 1/. ISs. W. Hay sold 
for 1/. 10s. Come on the (t round sold for 
13/. Item, 4 peices of plate, 3/. Una 
pairs of cart wheeleis l/< lt«m, for 71/.» 
a debt owing to the deceased by Thomas 
Swinburne, K^r., assigned to Mr. Htard- 
sun for his owne debt, and Hr. Leo : 
RobiuBon for tbe use of Mr. Leo : Wil* 
kinsou, who did accept thereof in partol 
a debt owring bj the Mid deceased, 7W. 
One filly and a colt sold for 6/. 8«. 9<i, 
Two glasnes, 18 paire of lin and harden 
sheets, 1 fiather bed, 8 paire of blanketts, 
three hiippins, one suU, 2 pewther cham- 
ber poots, fower earthen basins, '2 pottin- 
gen»,2 cradles, on cubbord^ons UtUe hox. 



252 



MARSKB, IN SWALEDALE. 



serious misfortune to an afflicted family. Where and when 
he himself died we do not exactly know. There is no record 
of his burial in the parish register at Marske. He probably 
ended his days in retirement far from the scenes of his youth, 
and his father's home.* The careful hand of his daughter- 
in-law healed the breaches which he had made in his estate 
by her industry and loving c^re. Subsequent alliances made 
the family of Button richer and more prosperous than ever. 

Two of the great-grandchildren of ilatthew Hutton, the 
Royalist, must not be passed over in silence. The elder bro- 
ther, the Squire of Marske, occupied a distinguished position 
among the gentlemen of Yorkshire ; the younger was, in 
turn, Archbishop of York and Canterbury. I will say some- 
what of both, and, as to precedence, — detur dignioru 



1 dough trough, 2 SAdflles, 1 maile, 1 
pitcbforke, 2 raikes, 2 mold raikes. 1 leap, 
1 hopper, 2 riddles, on winnowiug cloth, 
1 shovle, 1 little foi ke, 1 curry comb, 2 
waine ropes, 2 hatchets, 2 hayspades, 3 
old Boes, 3 old troughea, coales and 
turfes, all sold for 8/. \i)s. Received of 
Mr. Cuuyers aud ye baliffes, ijl, lOs. 
Two swine hoggs, sold for 21. Os. 6d. 
One Gilt and a fillie sold for 21. 6<. id. 
Summe totall received is '^80/. lis. Sd. 

Out of which this accomptaut craveth 
allowance fur the funerall expeuces of the 
said decea.sed aud for several! debts owing 
by the said deceased at the time of his 
dfath, and since pajd by this accomp- 
tjmt as foUoweths : —The deceaseds fune- 
rall expences, 19/. IZs. A debt oweiug 
to this accomptant, 1/. 0^. 6d, To Mr. 
Wilkiuson upon two bonds, 80/. To Dr. 
Naylor, 20/. To Mr. Purchase for Mr. 
Addison's use, 40/. To Mr. Sudell for 
Mr. Shuttleworth, 20/. To Mr. Thomas 
Etheriirgton, 4/. To Thomas Miller for 
Mr. Bower's use, 10/. To S>mon Hutchin- 
son, 4/. To Anthony Naylor, 2/. To 
Anthony Hawmond, 1 0/. To Mr. Herd- 
son, 60/. To Sir William Dalton, 6/. To 
Mr. Lockwood, 6/. Summe totall dis- 
bursed is 282/. \Ss. 6d. 

Wherefore hee this accomptant havinge 
by this present accompt maide it appeare 
that hee hath disbursed and payd more 
then hee hath received humbly prayeth 
that hee may bo acquitted/ 

Out of his effects his widow purchased 
goods to the value of 87/. lis. id., in- 
cluding "6 rings, a watch, 2 seales, a 
bodkin, a little plate box, 3 mantles, a 
cradle cloth, a cabenit, two pictures, one 
quishinit, etc." 

* Some of his letters are printed in 



the Hutton Correspondence. I give two 
others addressed to him, which are new. 

" Honest Matt. 

* ' I thanke you for your two letters. 
I blesse the Lord y* you all indure your 
jorney so well : your prety babes heare 
craves your blcssinges^ and thanks to Uod 
for ther healths, for they are very merie 
and likes exceed inge well. I am per- 
Bwaded you could not have left them in 
a better place. Mow for news : Your 
barne at Bilton, j* side is fallen. Re- 
member Mr. More and me to your 
brother : She is well, but y* ould man 
coutiiiews still obstinate. We both pre- 
sent our loves & respect to our uni'kell. 
Sir Wm. t^hefeld, dayly prayinge for a 
blensinge upon your jorney and a joyfull 
returue: ever remaining your true lovinge 
aunt, ''Mart Lister." 

*' York, 12 of April, (1635)." 

The next relates to some genealogical 
enquiries respecting the family of Bowes 
of Ellerbeck. It is written in pencil. 

** Uncle, 

** I read as much of Osmotherley 
register as was legible for 100 years, but 
I find noe mention made of William Bowes 
alias Bell wood, or of Ralph Bowes, or any 
of his children, or any of the family of 
Bowes of Barnes : but of other Bowes' 
there are several, seven as there speci- 
fyed; nor can I heare of any William 
Bowes, otherwise Bell ^^ ood, that is come 
to Ellerbeck, or any of these. . . . 
" Your lo. nephew, 
*• Ty. Madlevkrer. 

" 22 Mart. 1662. I was on horsback 
when 1 wriii this.'* 



MARSKE, IX SWAIiEDALE. 25?^ 

Matthew Hutton, the namesake and lineal descendant of 
another archbishop, was bom at Marske on the 3rd of Janu- 
ary, 1692-3. In 1701 he was sent to the neighbouring 
grammar school of Kirkby Hill, of which a Mr. Lloyd was 
then master. In 1 704 Jlr. Lloyd was appointed to the free 
school at llipon, and young Hutton went with him and con- 
tinued under his care for six years. In 1710 he entered at 
Jesus College, Cambridge, where he graduated B.A. in 1713 
and M.A. in 1717. In the latter year he became Fellow of 
Christ's. 

Mr. llutton was indebted for his advancement in life to the 
proud Duke of Somerset. He made him his domestic chaplain, 
and gave him, in 1726, the rectory of Trowbridge, and in 
1 728 the wealthy living of Spofforth in Yorkshire. In 1734 
he was made prebendary of Langtoft at York, a stall which 
he held for thirteen years. He was also a canon of Windsor 
and Westminster and a chaplain in ordinary to the king. 

But higher honours still were awaiting him. In 1743 he 
was raised to the see of Bangor, from which he was advanced 
to York in 1747. Ten years afterwards ho became Primate 
of all England, but before a year expired he was summoned 
to his account He was carried ofl' suddenly by an inflam- 
matory attack on the 19th of March, 1751, and was interred 
in the chancel of the parish church of Lambeth ou the 
27th. 

The archbishop has found a biographer in Dr. Ducarell, who 
is not altogether unknown to fame. His account of his patron 
has been printed in the llutton Correspondence, and there 
is more about the archbishop in Nichols' Literary Anecdotes. 
Out of these materials and other sources a longer notice of the 
good prelate will be prepared for the " Fasti Eboracenscs." 
The archbishop is spoken of with esteem and resj^ect in the 
public prints of the day and by his private friends with 
affectionate regard. His printed works are a few sermons. 
There is a i)ortrait of the archbishop at JIarske. There is 
another, I believe, by Hudson, at Bishopthorpe. This was 
engraved in mezzotint in 1748.* 

• Amnni; th© pt]>er« of Archb-whop with your Ornce'« letter. The Arch- 
Pni iiunoml ia the following letter from binhop'a picture which ie at Biiiboi»- 
the widow of Archbuhop Button about thorpe, was drawn by Wilson (not Rt y- 
thi* picture ; — nolda), and never wan a ^x\ one ; luitif 

your iinu-e pleaneii t«> <>r«ler it Ut 1m« hi nt 

•'Mt Lonn, — I w«* yesterday honorM to nie, I will ieiid it to WiUon, aii<l de- 



£51 



KABSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



Archbishop Hutton was married in March, 1731-2, to 
Mary daughter of Mr. John Lutman of Petworth, one of the 
ladies in the suite of the Duchess of Somerset. By her he 
had two daughters. Dorothy, the eldest, married on the 
11th of May, 1760, Thos. Wallis, Esq., barrister-at-law, and, 
on his death, she became the wife of Francis Popham, Esq., 
of Littlecote Hall, Wilts. Mary Hutton, the younger 
daughter, died unmarried in August, 1820, at the advanced 
age of 86. 

The archbishop's elder brother, the Squire of Marske, 
must now be mentioned. He did a great deal for Marske, 
building the stables and outhouses and making, or at all events 
renewing, the deer park. He bought the neighbouring estate 
of Walburn of Sir Roger Beck with. 

In 1760 he was nominated High SheriflF of Yorkshire, but 
through the intercession of the Earl of Holderness he was 
excused from serving. 

In 1745, when the Rebellion broke out, he raised at his 
own expense a company of foot,* over which he was ap- 
pointed captain, and it was in consequence of his vigilance 
and care, to a great degree, that the Rebellion made so little 



nre him to renew it in the beet manner 
he can, but I question much whether he 
can ever make it a tolerable picture. If 
▼our Orace does not approve of it when 
it is done, I shall be very ready to re- 
place it with the best copy I can have 
taken from either of the pictures which 
were drawn by Hudson, one of which I 
have here, the other is at Lambeth. 

" I was very sorry I was not at home 
when your Grace did me the honor to 
call here, and should certainly have 
waited upon your Orace to have known 
vour pleasure in regard to the picture, 
had I not been afraid it might be trouble- 
some, as I understood you was going out 
of Town in a day or two. 

" My daughters desire to join with me 
in our respectful! compts. to your Grace 
and the family at Brodsworth. I have 
the honor to be with the greatest respect, 
Your Grace's most oblig'd, humble ser- 
vant, 

i'*M. Hutton. 

" Duke street, Jan^. y« 13*^ 1768." 

[" Picture sent in Feb''., and I wrote to 
Mrs. Hutton. — Ab. Drummond.'*'] 

* I am able to give a list of their 
names from documents preserved at 
York. 



** Company of Foot, enlisted Oct. 10, 1 745. 

" John Hutton, captain ; William 
Dodsworth, lietUenant ; William Brown, 
cnsif/n. 

**Serjeant8f James Francis, Benjamin 
Dale ; eorporcUs, John Coates, Henry 
Goodwill ; tfrummer, Henry Morley. 

** Private m«n.<-John Irwin, Charles 
Wensley, William Peacock, Thomas Lang- 
stalfe, Anthony Dixon^ John Burnett^ 
Thomas Pletty, George Robinson, Wil- 
liam Wright, Philip Potter, John Stabler, 
Thomas Tomlin, Leonard Speuoeley, 
Matthew Lee, William Dolphin, Francis 
He«letine, Thomas Tomlinson, George 
Lambert, William Guy, Matthew Hogg; 
William Hillary, Giles Burton, George 
Plant, George Harrison, John Blaides, 
James Kussell, James Reynolds, John 
Alderson, Henry Porter, Joseph Clem- 
minson, Matthew Bell, Henry Summers, 
Henry Jackson, Charles Milner, John 
Hilton, John Emmeraon, Robert Har- 
rison, James Robinson, Thomas Hallam, 
Thomas Whitell, William Hodgson of 
Griuton, Matthew Storrah, William 
Spence, John Buckton. William Fletcher, 
William Hodgson of Newsbam, Francis 
Pickering, Thomas Allansun, Geoi^ge 
Wood, Henry Carter (56)." 



MARSKE, IN SWALKDALE. 255 

progress in Yorkshire. Had Yorkshire given way England 
might have been lost. I have selected from the papers at 
Marske a few of his letters, with which my readers will be 
greatly interested. Most of them relate to the Rebellion, 
and several of them are from Archbishop Herring, who kept 
the North of England true to the House of Hanover. They 
have not been printed before. 



Bp. Tp. Nov. 18, 1745. 

Dear Sir, 

Please to accept my best thanks for the favour of your intelli- 
gence, which you will please to continue, tho' I hope not long if it please 
God. Marshall Wade moved y^ 16th towards Carlisle, and whether y^ 
rebels will choose to stay where they are, or go northwards, or south- 
ward, or meet y^ Marshall, we long to know, for there seems no other 
way left for them unless it be to surrender. Major Brown calls it an 
impossibility for them to escape the two armies. 

I have not once thought of a southern journey yet, & it is improbable 
I may now stay, if these villains dont force me to run, till Xmas. If 
they do, I wont run towards London, for if the Chevalier was at York 
there would be small comfort at London. I enclose Fred's letter to you. 
You will easily guess at the wise Lord. I send you another specimen of 
y* London way of talking. My humble service to y' ladye & to Sir 
Conyeni D'Arcy. All here are very much yours, dear Sir, 

Your very oblig^ & affectionate friend, 

Tho: Ebor.* 



Deo. 8, 1745. 
Dear Sir, 

I thank you for your kind enquiry. My indisposition was a very 
alight one, (k went off in an hour or two. 

Mr. Henry Ibbotson of Leeds has been searching y* Papists in York 
for arma, k seizing horses. Of the latter they have got some good ones : 
of the former they have found few or none. The measure at this crisis 
was a right one ; but they shut y^ City gates & put the warrant in exe- 
ctition without acquainting a single soul of the Corporation. I doubt 
this will prove a disagreeable business : it has put y* Corporation into 
an huge ferment I send you Mr. Yorke's letter to me to day, as it may 
afford you some entertainment To be sure you have heard of the 
counter-march of the rebels to Ashbome. 

I am dear Sir, 
Y' obliged & faithful! friend, 

Tho: Ebor. 
Please to return me y^ list of London forces. 



* A Tolumo of the lettere of Arch- K«<]., hM been printed. Ilo wii an ex* 
>iUhop Herring U* William Duncumb, c«I]t>ni letUr writer. 



£56 MARSKE, IN SWALEDALB. 

Bp. Tp. Dec. 26, 1745. 
Dear Sir, 

I thaak you for your letter <fe kind present. I am very sorry 
this Porafret meeting interfered with your scheme of favouring me with 
a visit, but, as I have no thoughts of London suddenly, I will still hope 
to see you. To say the truth, while this ugly apprehension of an invasion 
hangs over the City, and people's minds are perpetually harrassed with 
real or false fears of publiek mischief, y*' country is by far y" most 
eligible place, <&, as our danger is at a distance for the present, it is best 
to make what use we can of a comfortable interval of some tranquillity. 
Besides, for me, who have such a family about me, that place is un- 
doubtedly best to live in where beef & veal <k butter lye under no sus- 
picion, k mutton (now 1«. a pound in London) bears a moderate price. 
On these considerations, and others, I have recalled y* part of my family 
w*^** is in London from thence, <k, if I go up at Candlemas, will go for a 
short time & few attendants. I am glad S'^ Conyers approves of the 
Pomfret meeting k was concern'd to hear you say nothing of being there 
yourself. I would not force you from your family upon a disagreeable 
expedition, but, as the matter like to be in debate there is of great im- 
portance, & is a business w<^» you understand so well, I own it would be 
a satisfaction to me to have you there. I have sent Sir Rowland word 
that I will, God willing, be' at Pomfret on Saturday even, purposing to 
call at Birora in my way thither. The little Earl, 1 think by his letter, 
was peevish, & S** Rowland's shews the debates in y« West-Riding have 
been warm ; the point must be to bring thhigs, if possible, to one measure 
in union & good temper, that may be for y^ credit of our county & for 
the good of the Nation, of vi^^ we are no small part. Lord Mai ton tells 
me his son is gone to the D. of Cumberland's army without his leave. I 
will hope & pray, &, in my capacity, endeavour a return of peace to our 
distracted country, but I doubt y® danger is not over. I fear these 
villains will join y« Angus men & carry home wuth them y* credit of 
having made a fine retreat, for I hear they have not suflfer'd much. The 
Duke has certainly done his duty, and behav'd in all points as became 
him, & beyond his years. I hear he has express'd strong indignation at 
y« Carlisle people. Their shew of defence, without any real exertion, 
has been very unfortunate. It hurt & wasted k retarded y« Marshall, & 
now has stopt y« Duke at a veiy critical time. Can one account for their 
tame submission to y® garrison w'^** the rebels left over them, so as to 
save their honour ? but the thing is over. I beg my humble service to 
S*" Conyers & y* Ladies. 

I am, dear Sir, 

Y' oblig'd k affectionate friend & Serv*, 

To John Hutton, Esqre., Tho : Ebor. 

at Marske, near Richmond, Yorkshire. 
Tho : free. Ebor. 

June 14. 1746. Comm. to John Hutton, Wm. Wharton, & Thos. 
Metcalf, Esq"., to examine Roger Strickland.* 

* This gentleman, who waa placed in so and was interred at Richmond on July 

critical a position by the Kebellion of 23rd, 1749. He married Catherine, dau. 

1745, de^'ceuded from a younger son of of Simon Scrope, Esq., of Danby, who 

the family at Sizergh in Westmerland, died in 1777. His inventory shows, as 



MARSKE, IN 8WALBDALE. 



257 



23 Jane, 1746. ThiB examiDant saith that he was born in the City of 
London ft about y* age of seven years was carried over into France by 
fitther and mother, and resided about seven years at Douay when he 



might be ezpoet^d, thiil he had been the 
owner of Tarioue choice and curioua ob- 
jecit, t.e., **» ring with feet, valued at 
6/. ISf. Sii. ; a aoallop waiter, 6/. I2i, 9d,; 
% China coffee pott mounted with 
■iWer, auger dish k cover, 6/. 6s. ; 60 
flahes 100 counters of pearl« U. is. ; a 
writing-case with silver furr, U. 18«. ; 
two china cocks, 15s. ; two six-inch fteal- 
lop banns, 12*. : one tea pott gold oma- 
ment^ 10«. e^f. ; one Indian cabinet upon 
carved frame, 10/. 10«. ; four pictures in 
oval frmmea, ts.; two pictures in gilt 
fnmea» SL fia.; one peice with 26 ships, 
with gltss before it, 9s.; Bati^ammon- table, 
boxes, men 4c dice, 6it. ; three oval pic- 
tnres, fit. ; one oval do. in gilt frame, 
1/. Is.; one picture of St Jerom, 11. 10s. ; 
four family pictures, 1/. Is. ; a peice of 
•hipping and weather-i^aas, 2s, 

'* On the staircase, 21 pictures Sc mapps, 
As. ; an t-ight-days' clock k case, 51. 

*' In the little fore chamber, 4 family 
pictures, 1/. 1#. ; eight small pictures, 2 
prints, IL 10«. 

** In the fore chamber, 41 small prints, 
pietores and cmciQx, 2/. 2s. ; two swords, 
I belt, U. I5s.; a cain with gold head, 
S/. 1 S«. ; a pair of pistoUs. silver mount, 
St 1 Off. ; a gold tooth-pick case, 3/. ISf. 
—Sum 548^2*. Sd.'*-^Rkhmamd lUgistry, 

This examination was deemed neces- 
WkTj in consequenceof the following papers. 
The result of the investigation was 
trifling, and Mr. Strickland was suffered 
to live and die at Rtchmcnd in peace. 

Ejetnuifrom ike examinaiion qfjohn 
jHminer, ai Pertk, Sor. 7, 1745. 



This examinant saith, that he came 
from bis house at Perth to Edenburgh, 
at the request of Lady Afnrniy. wife 
to Sir Patrick Hurray, and ^so at 
tlie requeat of Mr. Douglas, servant to 
Lord John Murray, in order to procure a 
pMs for him by means of L' Perth and 
L^ Nairn. That Mr. Strickland proposed 
to him at Edenburgh to send for his wife 
to come from Perth to Edenburgh, to be 
a servant to the Pretender's son. Th^t 
upon this proposal, this examinant was 
determined to come immediately for 
England; that he then procured a p«ss 
for Mr. Douglas, from Mr. Murray, the 
Pretender's secretair : that he then told 
Mr Strickland that he could not consent 
to his wife's accepting the proposal made 
by him : and that he was going for Bug- 

▼OL, VI. 



land k should ato to Richmond in York- 
•hire. Upon which Mr. Strickland de- 
sired him to tell his brother, limg there^ 
to get two good horsss in readiness. That 
Sir Thomas Sheridan and Mr. Charles 
Stuart delivered to this examinant a paper 
which was wrote (as this examinant be- 
lives) by Sir Thomaa Sheridan k nigned 
by the Pretender's son ; which paper the 
persons above mentioned told this examin- 
ant he might ahew to any of his friends 
in England, and when he asked to whom 
he should shew it, thev told him he 
might shew it to Mr. Stnckland at Rich- 
mond in Yorkshire; and gave him no 
farther instructions whatever relating to 
the said paper ; and that he did not in- 
tend to deliver it to Mr. Strickland, but 
to come directly to London k com- 
municate it to his grace the Duke of 
Athol, whoee servant this examinant 
formerly was. 

He saith that Mr. Strickland, Sir John 
Macdonald, Mr. Kelly, and Sir Thomas 
Sheridan, sre generally reputed to be in 
the principal confidence of the Pretender's 
son. 

Being shewed a paper signed C. P. R. he 
acknowledgea it to be the same that was 
delivered to him by Sir Thomas Sheridan 
k Mr. Stuart, and which he concealed in 
the top or a glove, where it wa4 found 
when he was apprehended at Newcastle. 

" You are herebv authorised k directed 
to repair forthwith into England k there 
notifie to my friends, and particuUrly 
those in the north and north west the 
wonderfull success with which it has 
pleased Qod to favour my endeavours for 
their deliverance. You are to let them 
know that it is my full intention in a few 
days to move forwarda towards them, k 
that thev will be inexcusable before Ood 
k man if they do not do all in their power 
to assist and support me in such an un- 
dertaking. What I demand k expect is 
that as many of them as can riiould be 
ready to join me, and that they should 
take care to provide pro? isions k money, 
that the country may suffer aa little 
aa possible by the march of my 
-troops. Let them know that there is no 
more time for deliberation. Now or 
never is the word. I am reeolved to 
conquer or psrish. If thia last ahonld 
happen, let them judge what they k 
their posterity have to expect. 

" c. P. a- 



258 MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE, 

first went into that kingdom. From Douaj this examinant went to 
Versailles, where he resided about five years in quality of page to Lewis 
y^ Hthy then had a command given him of Capt of Horse in y* French 
service ; that about y^ year 1718 this examinant left France <k returned 
into England ; that after his return he kept a correspondence with no 
person whatsoever in France (to the best of his remembrance) but his 
brother about family affaires, and also with Mr. Holden on the same 
account. And this examinant further saith that he had no letter or 
letters from France about two years and a halfe since, nor received any 
hint or information of an invasion then intended from France, or after 
his landing in Scotland with the Pretender's son, or had any concert or 
communication with him whatsoever or with any other person of y* Pre- 
tender's party in Scotland or elsewhere relating to the Pretender*s son 
coming to Scotland or with regard to what has passed since his arrival 
there. This examinant further saith that he has no acquaintance with 
John Hickson, and only a superficial one with his wife when she came 
from Perth, to visit her mother at Richmond, and further saith that he 
had no knowledge of any design of an insurrection in any part of Great 
Brittain in favour of the rebells or of any person or persons to joyne 
them. And this examinant further saith that he had np intimation from 
his brother to get ready any horse or horses against the time of the 
rebels marching into England, nor ever had any knowledge of, or corre- 
flpondence with, Sir Thos. Sheridan or Mr. Charles Steward, nor ever had 
received any intimation of Hickson's intended journey into England with 
any paper or papers relating to the Pretender or the rebellion or the 
march of the rebels into England : and this examinant fui*ther saith 
that he had no letter nor message relating to Hickson's being taken up ; 
he believes he read it in the weekly printed paper from Newcastle. This 
examinant further saith he knows of no provisons been got ready for 
the rebels against their intended journey into England, nor of any 
money being collected for them to send into Scotland or to be given them 
on their arrivall in England. R, S. 

The above ex^ saith that he was groom of the bedchamber to the son 
of K. James the 2nd for about the space of four or five years, and was 
sometimes at St. Gerraains and Avignon with K. James' family & re- 
ceived an annual pension for executing that office, and quitted that 
employment four years before he left France. R. S. 

July 3d, 1746. 
Dear Sir, 

The enclosed relates y* case of some of&nders w®^ has made is 
still makes a good deal of uneasiness in York among the king's ^ends. 
They say the fellows were committed by the justices of peace, as 
felons, with the utmost severity, and have been detained in jail as such. 
I take the liberty to trouble you with their history, w«^, perhaps, you 
may be so good as to enquire further into, & procure them such douceurs 
in their confinement, as may render it more tolerable to them. They 
are certainly offenders, & yet, in the eye of the law, I suppose it as 
punishable to pull down a mass house as it is to raise <fe use one, but I 
am no advocate for rioters, <t only think that there is a discrimination of 



MARSKE» IN SWALEDALl. 259 

oflfonden w*^ should be obierv'd, & I dont think it tends to preserve a 
spirit of loyalty k Protestantism to use, as we do, Popish priests with 
lenity, & exert the summum jns against such offenders as are referred 
to. Permit me to leave ye consideration of this matter to your prudence 
and good nature. They say here that Bell of Thirsk occasions this 
seTerity to the complainants. 

My humble service A of all my family, in w^ Miss Frankland is in- 
cluded, wait upon the ladies. 

I *"i^ dear Sir, 

Y' oblig'd k faithful friend, 

Tho : Ebor. 

York, 29 September, 1746. 
Dear Sir, 

As I had the favour of your last letter from Aske, I have taken 
the liberty of putting this under Sir Conyers D*Arcy*s cover, in expec- 
tation that this will find you at the same place. Last night, about 
7 o'clock, two judges^ Burnett & Denison, arrived at this town. This 
momiog they went so early to the Castle that S' David Murray, Cap^ 
Hamilton, and several others were arrainged before Mr. Elcock and I got 
thither. Cap^ Hamilton behaved in a very poor, dispirited and pusill- 
animous manner. He would have pleaded guilty if the Court had been 
ready, or inclined to accept that plea. It seems to be the disposition of 
the Court that all the rebels should plead not guilty, that the cause aud 
reason of their acquittal or conviction may appear before the world. 
Sir David Murray behaved with spirit and unconoemed. Seventy-five, 
all that were indicted, were arrainged before one o'clock. Two only 
pleaded guilty, k persisted in that plea, after the judges had acquainted 
them with the fatal consequences of it One of them assigned this reason, 
that he had neither money nor friends : and, surely, when a man is in 
that unhappy situation, the gallows or hanging is ever but ressonnu 

Sreoonnu t] and dernier resort A copy of the panell of the jurors was 
lelivered for every individual prisoner after his arraignment. The 
Court appeared to proceed with great caution and exactness. It was 
adjourned till Thursday. Mr. Lockart, the advocate, went through this 
town yesterday to his brother's at Wheldrick. It was reported this 
morning that he had declared that the young Chevalier was safely arrived 
in France, and that he had received advice of it from thence. Doctor 
Stem, Dr. Baker, and Dr. Braithwaite were all the Comm" that appeared. 
& WuL St Quintin ko. are expected in Town. Please, my most humble 
respects to Sir Conyers and to the ladies at Marske. I am, dear Sir, 

Your most obedient 

Faithful Servant, 

Tho. MnoALFi.* 
The compliments of all here attend you and yours. 

* The hit of Ui« If eloilf«*s of KsppiL pietor*. I dtairt his aoeratanoe of Uwin 
Tho foUowing axtnet from bis will, m m graUfuU tho* poor ft^nowladgmoni 



which wa« made in 17A4, will bo retd tad tesiimon v of tho numbeiien iD«rk« of 
with iatorool tho great and iaozpraoaibto ciTility, kind* 



"To Joho Hatton, of ICsitko, E«q„ I noat, and friendiihip I havo rao«Ted from 
givo a diiDoad ring and my poor brothor^a him through a long M*ri«ii of many yi 

a a 



260 



UASSKE, IN aWALEDALE. 



Kensington, Dec. 2, 1746. 

Dear Sir, 

I am oblig'd to you for a very kind letter of y« 4th of Nov., w**» I 
rec^ here. In that you told roe, you was attending the Commissiun 
business about endosing y* Ripon lands, and that you hop'd a meeting 
or two more would prepare matters for an award. The enclos'd seems to 
be of consequence to the interest of the see of York, and if y^ observa- 
tion be rightly founded, I must plead in arrest of judgment, till the 
matter referr'd to be settled. I send it you just as I rec** it, k have 
wrote to Mr. Yoward to wait upon you on the subject upon y* first 
notice, w*^ you shall please to give him. 

You remember the horse, w<^ S' Wm. St. Quintin gave me, & you was 
pleas'd to commend him. He got rid of his cold &l took several airings 
upon him with great satisfaction, for he moves excellently — but — ^he has 
made many ugly blunders with me, & was twice upon his nose, dead as a 
stone. I would not tell S' Wm. of this for the world & yet it has much 
prejudiced me, for, if it is a careless trick of youth, it is an ugly one. 
He is now at Scamston for the winter. This being the case, you will 
forgive me, dear Sir, if I beg y* favour of you still to look for me & point 
a road nag, if you can, that is shorte jointed, light-shoulderd & lower 
than my friend's obliging present. I saw the Bp. yesterday very well, & I 
gave my best blessing to y* young squire of Marsk. He is like you, & I 
hope in God without flattery, when y* incident happens, he will in all 
respects be your representative. No news of any importance stirring. 
We lost a ship on Sunday full of soldiers cloaths to y* amount of 1 2000 
— forty lives lost. Anson is cruizing for y* shatterd remnants of y* Brest 
Squadron, or the galleons, w<^^ come first The seamen for the year are 
fix'd at 40, the Tories voted to have the fifty thousand. My best service 
attends upon y* Ladies. Yours, dear Sir, 

Most affectionately, 

Tho : Ebor. 

Dear Sir, 

I do now most heartily congratulate you upon the Bp. of Bangor's 
promotion w^^ promises so much felicity to a friend & family whom I 
love ; I am very confident the friendship between him & myself will 
wear well to y^ end of life. I promise myself great comfort and useful- 
ness in having him partake of the same bench with me. 

I thank you for your good wishes to myself. It is very seldom that 
y* ei^oyments of human life exceed our expectations, but I will hope 
for y* best, under y* good favour of God, from a preferment^ w«** I did 
not seek, but could not refuse for reasons not to be gainsa/d. 

I like y* moving & figure of the mare very well. Her forehand 
seems very good. I purpose to give her some hard meat & set a 



A I the Iftte Mr. Hutton, his worthy father, 
of whom I never think or make any 
mention without the greatest reverence 
sod veneration for his memory ,was pleased 
to he one of my brother's sponsors when 
he was carried to the font, I please myself 
with the thoughts that Mr. Hutton will 
readily admitt my poor brother's picture 



to have a place in a comer of his closet." 
In the gallery at Marake the portrait is 
still hanging, shewing a fair haired boy 
with bright eyes and a handsome flond 
countenance. He died in his youth, and 
his death was remembered with regret by 
" the last hope of the old ruinous house of 
Nappa." 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 261 

light weight on her to London. Mj present resolution is to set out on 
Thorsdaj. I shall be glad to shake hands with you at B^ T^ My 
humble service waits upon S' Couyers. 

I am, dear Sir, 

Y' most obligM friend, 
Oct 31, 1747. Thu : Ebor. 



London, March 21st, 1758. 
Sir, 

I cannot forbear troubling you with a few lines to express my greif 
and concern at the loss of our worthy Archbishop. Every circumstance 
publick and private aggravate my regrets upon this melancholy occasion. 
It only remains for me to express my wishes for the prosperity of your- 
self and your family, and to assure you of the constant regard with 
which, I am Sir, 

Your most faithfuU humble servant, 

HOLDBBMBSSB. 

John Hutton, Esq'. 

Arlington Street, Sunday Night, 

December, 3rd, 1758. 

Sir, 

I received this day at noon the melauchoUy express, you and Mr. 
Place had sent me upon the fatal event of Sir Conyers D*Arcy*s decease ; 
I see the long friendship which had sul)6i8ted between you maintained 
itself to the last, ^ from the P.S. of your letter I cannot but hope 
you have complied with his last request i given directions for his inter- 
ment in the manner he desired & suitable ta his rank ; and believe me, 
Sir, I sincerely repay the tender marks of affection you shew to my dear 
uncle with the siucerest gratitude, A that I wish nothing more ardently 
than the continuation of that valuable friendship towards myself. 

Even in this melancholy moment I cannot be silent upon the vacancy 
that happens in the County. . I can never forget the great obligations I 
had to you in particular «& to many other gentlemen upon the last elec* 
tion. The engagements I then entered into are such as cannot be broke 
through, & as they were taken with the approbation of most of our 
friends (tho* there were at that time some dissentients) I should hope 
they will be uuiversally adhered to, the more so as I see no other method 
of preserving the peace of the county and any degree of harmony amoug 
his Majesty's best friends there. Upon this principle I would earnestly 
advise whoever may think my opinion of any weight, to adhere to what 
was settled at York, at least I must do so, though upon all other occasions 
I shall make it a law to assist <fe bu| port to the utmost of my 
power, the measures which my friends and neighbours shall think 
m<«t conducive to the honor & interest of the County. As I am able to 
write to nobody but yourself at present, upon this subject, I should hope 
you will do me that honor to declare these as my sentiments wherever 
you shall think it most pro{)or. I am with great truth ds regard, 

Sir, 
Your ni(«t ubedit'Ut liumblo servant, 

liciLDRRXESSE. 



262 MABSKB, IN SWALEBALE. 

I should do wrong were I to close my account of this dis- 
tinguished family without mentioning two other members of 
it, the grandchildren of the gentleman who has been just 
mentioned. I allude to two recent owners of the estate. 

To the late Mr. John Hutton, Marske is under very great 
obligations. He planted and improved the estate, he re- 
stored the church, and supported every attempt to foster and 
encourage agriculture not only on his own estates but every- 
where around him. He enriched the hull with a very splen- 
did library* which does credit to his judgment and his taste, 
and his gifts, in private as well as in public, were numerous 
and large. 

In his political opinions Mr. Hutton was a Liberal, and he 
might on several occasions have entered into parliamentary 
life if he had been so disposed. But he preferred the seclu- 
sion of Marske to the turmoil of Westminster, and was hap- 
piest among his old friends, whom he could count by hun- 
dreds. Few persons in Yorkshire were more popular. The 
squire's birthdays at Marske, when he kept open house, were 
scenes to be remembered. But the affection with which he 
w;is regarded was most strongly manifested in 1825 when 
Mr, Hutton was High Sheriff. His friends and neighbours 
throughout the North Riding went to York by hundreds 
and rode in his cavalcade to meet the judges, and made 
a procession which excited no little admiration even in 
those days of display. The Sheriff kept open house for his 
friends during their stay in York. 

In his brother, the late Mr. Timothy Hutton, Mr. John 
Hutton left an able successor. Plain and simple as he was 
in his tastes and habits, he took a deep interest in antiqua- 
rian pursuits, and it was in obedience to his request that this 
account of Marske was drawn up. During the later years of 
Mr. Hutton's life the writer generally spent a few days every 
autumn with him at his beautiful seat in Swaledale, and was 
welcomed always with an almost paternal kindness. Mr. 
Plutton possessed a fund of anecdote, and an acquaintance 
with the private history of the Yorkshire gentry for many 

* A selection of books from the libraiy, London bookseller, priced at 2102. He 

including a number of Arabic MSS , were at once ordered his horse and rode off to 

presented to Christ's College, Cambridge, London to examine the volumes of which 

by Mr. Timothy Hutton. On one occasion he became the purchaser. They are now 

Mr. John Hutton saw a copy of Piranesi's at Cambridge, 
famous etchings in the catalogue of a 



HABSKE, IN 8WALEDALE. 26S 

geDerationSy which, of themselves, made him a most agree- 
able companion. The city's noise and dust were soon for- 
gotten in such society and in so charming a place. In 
retirement like this Mr. Hutton would gladly have passed' his 
hfe. On one occasion only was he drawn out of it — to act 
as High Sheriff of York in 1846. He wixs heartily wel- 
comed at York, and was greatly pleased on one occasion 
when, after his health had been given at an entertain- 
ment in the Mansion House, the minstrels began the 
song of ''The Fine Old English Gentleman." At another 
time a somewhat ludicrous incident occurred. As Mr. 
Hutton was getting into his carriage one night after dining 
at the Residence, being very short-sighted, he sat down 
by accident and broke his sword, on Baron Alderson's knee : 
*• What a weight you are, Mr. High Sheriff 1" was the judge's 
patient remark. He had gone through many trials in his 
time, poor man, but none Uke that. 

Glints, so called from the abrupt and picturesque scar of 
white rock that overhangs it, lies but a short distance from 
Mcirske on the slope of the green valley which shoots away 
towards the north-west. Its position is a very striking one. 
Right op]X)site to you is the ancient manor-house of Skelton« 
still surrounded with its green pastures running up into the 
heather which crowns the hills above ; as you turn down- 
wards you can see the smoke curling upwards from the little 
village of Mainske below you, and your eye passes onwards 
to the varied landscape, with its wood and water, that lies 
beyond it. Beneath your feet are the gardens overhanging 
the sparkling rivulet which runs also through the grounds at 
Marske. The waters are here compressed within a rocky 
gorge beginning and ending in a waterfall. 

Glints is included in the manor of Marske. In 1394, it ia 
called in a charter a hamlet of Marske, and the early hihtory 
ot the two places is identical. I find the name in existence 
in the thirteenth century, and there are many charters in the 
muniment room at Marske relating to the place, but^ for the 
most part, they arise out of leases and are of little import- 
ance. A family of Glints held property there under the lords 
of Marske, in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries,* and 



* In HMs. xnr. John l Gtlfr. de Clintys otmpo da Menk too. !• Sidb^nk, cmn 
irranta to Wm. ton of Cooao de Mareke ft boMo cum uno magno inioco vooftto !• 
p«ic«l of ground in the West Crofto ** in Almcstock." 



264 MAKSKB, IN 8WALBDALE. 

oue of them, a Thomas del Glints, in the 45th of Edw. III. 
possessed a pretty tittle seal. Clints was separated from 
Karcike. for the 6rst time, in the latter part 
ign of Queen Elizaheth. It was the 
fice that waa made by the PhilHps. 
9th of May, 1590, Arthur Phillip, 
larske, and Francis Phillip, his sou 
, sell to John Bradley of Bethome 
in Westmerlaiid, Esq., a close io 
Marske called Peter intacke, and 
Riddinges, Clinte closes, Orgate 
closes, ^piinge and Intacke, nnd 
a leadniine there. Arthur Phil- 
lip was related to the Bradleys 
through his second wife, Bridget 
Leybourne. Bradley died soon after this, leaving behind 
Iiitn several daughters and coheirs, among whom his estate 
was divided. One daughter, I presume, sold her share 
to John Sayer, Esq., of Worsall ; another became the wife of 
Sir Francis Duckett of Grayrigg, in Westmerland, who sold 
his portion of CUnta to Timothy Hutton, Esq., on the 2fa'th 
of March, 1605, for 30/. 10«. {Cf. Hutton Corr. 207.) Op 
the 22nd of June, 1615, John Sayer. of Worsall. Esq., for the 
sum of 100 marks disposes of the " Greate or Eastiner Kyd- 
dyngs in Clyntes," late in the tenure of Robert Willance, of 
Richmond, to Sir Timotliy Hutton, 

The greater part, however, of Clints seems to hare passed, 
by some conveyance with which I am not acquainted, to a 
successful merchant at Richmond of the name of Robert 
Willance — a person who is not yet forgotten in that little 
market town. I have reason to believe that he was a native 
of Westmorland and that he came through the dales to settle . 
as a draper at Richmond. At Richmond he pushed his for- 
tunes with great success. There would be very little com- 
petition in trade at that time in a little town like Richmond, 
and a thrifty man like Willance would soon make a consider- 
able fortune. He was also a successful leadminer. I iiod 
that he and a person called Richard Willance, who %vas, I 
believe, his brother, were connected with CUnts about the 
commencement of the seventeenth century. 

The name of Robert Willance is connected with a marvel- 
lous story. TheriB is no one in Richmond who has not heard 



MARSKE, In SWALBDALE. 265 

of Willance's leap. In the year 1606 he was hunting near 
his own estate on the high ground between Clints and Rich- 
mond on the northern bank of the Swale. The hunting party 
was surprised by a fog, and Willance was mounted upon a 
youug and fractious horse. To his horror it ran away with 
him and made right for the precipitous rock called Whitcliife 
Scar which looks down upon the Swale. The horse, no 
doubt, as it neared the verge would become conscious of its 
peril, but, as is very frequently the case, the danger that 
paralyses the rider, only makes the steed more fearless. As 
soon as it left the level platform above, three bounds, each 
covering twenty-four feet, brought it to the verge of the cliff, 
down which it sprang. About 100 feet from the top of the 
scar there is a projecting mass of rock and earth, upon which 
the horse alighted only to throw itself upon the ground 
below, some hundred feet farther down. It was killed by 
the fall and Willance's leg was broken. With wonderful pre- 
sence of mind he disentangled himself from his dead horse, 
and, drawing a clasp knife, slit open the belly of the ani- 
mal, and laid within it his fractured leg, to protect it from 
the cold till help arrived. This precaution, in all proba- 
bility saved his life. His leg, however, was amputated, and 
he would hunt no more. As a memorial of his wonderful 
escape he marked with an upright stone each of the three 
bounds which his steed took before it sprang over the cliff. 
On two of them he put the following inscription 'M606, 
Glory be to our merciful God who miraculously preserved 
me from the danger so great.'' And he had indeed great 
cause to be thankful, for no one can look up at the grey cliff 
over which he was carried without a shuddering feeling of 
astonishment that any one could survive so fearful a fall. 

The lost leg, as tradition tells us, was laid under a massive 
stone in the churchyard of Richmond, and, two years after 
the accident which deprived him of it, Willance became 
Alderman of Richmond. He was laid beside his leg on the 
12th of February, 1615-16. In his will, which is registered 
at Richmond and at York, there are a few interesting be- 
quests. He leaves 20s. per annum, for 13 years, to be given 
at Richmond every Christmas even to poor widows and the 
aged poor, and a similar sum, for a like period, to the needy 
at Winster, Crook, and Croft. On the day of his burial each 
poor householder in Richmond is to receive 1 2(/., and every 



266 HARSKE^ IN SWALEDALE. 

Other poor body^ in the town or present at the funeral, is to 
have a penny, and " dy nners for the best/' To Elizabeth his 
wife he gives a round hoop ring and a double ducat of gold. 
To his nephew Brian Willance, his heir, he leaves his best 
horse and saddle and furniture, his best sword and dagger, 
his books, his books of debts excepted, and all his freehold 
land and mortgages. To Brian's two sisters, Anne and Jane 
Willance, he leaves 40/. To Thos. son of his master, Mr. 
Richard Willance, who was probably his elder brother, he 
leaves his close behind the Friars. To each of his " god- 
barnes," the boys 2$. each, the girls 12rf. — " there names are 
in my booke.^' To halt Brian Willance of Winster 10*. To 
John Willance alias Wetherilt, his supposed son by Agnes 
Wetherilt, he leaves 300/. To Elizabeth Willance, alias 
Coates, his supposed daughter by Margaret Coates, now the 
wife of Giles Alderson of Ravenseat in Swaledale, he gives 
100/. To his nieces Ann and Jane, daughters of Nicholas 
Willance his brother, he leaves 50/. each. The supervisors 
of his will are Francis Tunstall, Esq., Roger Gower, Chr. 
Askew, and Humphrey Wharton, gentlemen, to each of 
whom he gives five angels. In his inventory Willance's 
effects are valued at 751/. 5*., excluding what is due to 
him in his debt book which amounted to the large sum of 
1119/. 14*. 

There is one bequest in Willance's will which is a very 
interesting one. It is a gifl to the Corporation of Richmond. 
"I give to the brotherhood of Alderman and Burgesses of Rich- 
mond, to remayne for ever with the Alderman for the tyme 
being, and by him to be delivered over to his successor, 

fearely, one sylver bowle, whyte, weight twelve ounces, to 
de] ingraven upon the same, Thi^ howh given by Robert 
Willance to the Incorporated Alderman and Burgesses of 
Richmond, to be used by the Alderman for the tyme being and 
to he re-delivered by him, his ea^ecutors, or assignes, to his suc- 
cessors for ever** This inscription,* to which the date of 
1606, the year of Willance's wonderful escape, has been 
added, still remains upon a piece of plate which is in the 
possession of the Corporation of Richmond. It can scarcely, 
however, be called a bowl : it is rather in the shape of a cup 
or calix rising Uke a flower out of a graceful stalk. It is 

* Cf. ClarkioD*! Hichmond, 108, where the inacriptioii on the piece of plate la given. 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



267 



a singularly handsome piece of plate, and must have been 
of some antiquity ^hen it came into the hands of the 
Alderman. 

Brian Willance, the son of Nicholas Willance, was the heir 
of his uncle Robert, the Alderman of Richmond, and became 
the owner of Clints. Of Brian Willance there is little known. 
He left behind him two or more daughters and co-heirs, 
among whom his property was dinded. Of these, Elizabeth 
carried Clints and other property in Richmond and elsewhere 
to her husband, John Bathurst, M.D. 

The family of Bathurst is of Kentish extraction. Tho- 
resby gives a long account of it in his Ducatus Leodiensis, 
and farther information respecting it may be found in 
Hasted s History of Kent. It has always been a house of 
note and consequence. One branch has been ennobled, and 
it has produced several men who have left more than a name 
behind them. I give the pedigree of that portion of the 
&mily which was connected with Clints. 



, twn ban Brmlnt, la ehltf thrt* 



put^Or. 



JoH> BATHvm of London, M.D., fnd son of John Bathunt, IC.D.,^BuzA»ier«, dftofhtar and 



of 0<>udhunt Kmt. Of CUnU Jure ux. 28 June. 1 65A. he Milt to 
Tba Untcbinaon of Londun, Baq., for 10%1. an annuity of M. out of 
Clinta. (&< am^ong tkt CharUits,) M.P. for Btehmond 16M and 
16M. Died Apr. 19, 16^9. 



ro-helr of Brian Wll- 
lanoa of Clints, gonl 
Married at Martke Jan. 
t7, im^-6. 



mTrnTri I ,^ 

fopnaa BAmuMrr, M.D., eldeet 



I TTTl' I 

CaaiaropnaR BAmuMrr, 

John BATsravr. Puiup BAmuatr. Johh Batiivmt. 

CBAatn, a twin with Conittance, buried in great atata 

at 8t John's church, Leeds, 28 Mar. IMl.* 
Co^eTAiicc. Frakci*. Edwaed, died joung. Majit. 
DunoTVT, msr. Mosea Bathurst of Uothorp. Northanta, 

a London merchant, and brother to Dean Bathurst. 
XusAsnu. mar. 81r lUch. BUke of Clerkenwell. Kt 

Thej had two daughters, one married Bishop Bumet^ 

the other Lord C'hiel Jnatioe Bonnar. 



I 



THRODuRa Bathu 
of I.«eds and Skut* 
terskilf, Esq. The 
friend of Thorea- 
by. Said to hsT* 
been bom in 1616. 
or par. Rlehmund. 
Adm. granted at 
York 20th Jan. 1617. 
to John Bartletl, 
., a creditur. 



Lbttioi, 
aoly dau. 
of Sir 
John Ra. 
pington 
of Lsam> 
ingtoD. 
Bom 
July, 
IMl. 



FT 



obk InllMia, 
1«70. 



at 



bur* 



SSthDM., 



I 
L Charlbb BATVvaarof- 
ClinU A »ktitUrskelf, 
Ksq. Bom at Mr. 
Rich'a house. 4 bp. 
at St. Andrew's IIo^. 
bora. Vth Nov . 1073. 
Marr. art. Slst Aug. 
ftlstSept 1700. WUl 
d June 7th, 17S4. Bur. 
at Rudby, Srd July, 
17M. 



^FaA icrtXyd. 4h.of Tkemaa 
Putf or uf I.<eeds, mer> 
chant, by Mary, d. * 
h.of KdwardlAngs«lala 
of Leeds, M.O. Kx- to 
her hu»band. l>ied 
t4th4bur.at8tMar- 
Un's In Micklegat«» 
York, »th Jan., 17tt- 
4. M. 1. 



- I I I I I 
Rbpinotu*. bp. at Al 

Andr.. liolbom, SOth 

Sept., 1676. 
Rcpi KOTOW, bp. at Leads, 

Sept. 1679. 
Mary. bpL Oct., 1681. 

LlTTK'r. 

John bp. at Marske, Jan. 
l;fth. i68:>-6: biir. at 
Bodby, loth Nov., 1710. 



Th« antiquary, Thoraabj, ihua d«- 
Um fuiMral in hit Diary : *- 
" March ^8, 1681. ForvntwDy wniing ; 
aftar at Woodhouaa-hill, with Mr. Wia- 
pelaer; than at the funeral of Lawyer 
Batburat'a brother, who waa interred 
with the greateat atate haa been known 
in thio town ; near one hundred torohea 
oariied in atate; the ruom hung with 



blaefc, and eacutcheoni and tapeni; ao 
waa the pulpit ; a Telvet pall, hung with 
eaoutcheona, and carried by the chief 
gentry, who bad glorei and aoarfa; all 
the companv had glovea, with aack and 
biaeuita. Mr. Benton preached at nine 
at night» trwa Job six., 20, 27/'— /)i<iry, 
L,81. 



268 



MABSEE, IN SWALEDALE. 



A 
I 



Charlbb BATHQaiT=AirNi dau. of John 



of CUnts t Skut- 
terskslt, Esq., 
ment^ in hia 
father's wilL 
M.P. for Rich- 
mond, 1727, A 
Hit(\x Sherifr of 
Yorkahire in that 
▼oar. Bur. at 
Rudby, 24th 

8«pt., 1748. 



Hondiy of Nor- 
ton, CO. Durham, 
A h. of her bro- 
ther John. M<i. 
atCrathoniel6th 
Feb., 1730. Bur. 
at Rudby 4th 
Jan.. 1747-8. WiU 
d. 12th XoT. 1747. 
& pr. at York 
29th May. 17eS. 



Mart. aUterd: co-heir, bp. at Holy Trin.. Mlckle- 
- - - -- Mar. Wm. Sloitfh of 



gate. York, Nov. 14th, 17W. 
Stookton-on-Teea. Esq. y\^ 



FRANcxdbp. ibid.. 10th July. 1705. A bur. Snd Oct. 
1706. 

Jake, slater & co-heir. bp. Ibid.. S8th July. 1706, mar. 
at Rudby 9th Feb., 1724^, Wm. Turner of Kirk- 
leatham. Eaq. ^ 

Francbb. siator A co-heir, bp. ibid., SSrd Oct., 
1700, marr. at Gateshead I7th Aug., 1731, Francis 
Forstsr of Buston. oo. NortbumberlAnd, Esq. ^fs 



Dr. Bathurat, the founder of the family was on two occa- 
sions a representative in Parliament for the Borough of 
Richmond. He had the honour of being selected as phy- 
sician to Oliver Cromwell and his son Richard. He also 
acted in the same capacity to the family of Fanshawe, and 
it was in consequence of his certificate that Oliver Cromwell 
procured the release of Sir Richard Fanshawe when he was 
imprisoned at Whitehall* In his last will he charges his 
estates with the sum of 12/. per ann. to be expended by the 
Alderman and Burgesses of Richmond in maintaining two 
poor scholars at Cambridge, and in putting out, yearly, a poor 
boy as an apprentice. I find him mentioned in a very rare 
treatise on Arithmetic which was published in 1649 by Jonas 
Idoore of Durham. The author seems to have had the 
charge of the Dr.'s eldest son, Chr. Bathurst, and dedicates 
the second part of his work to the father. 

Theodore Bathurst, his son, is the ''Lawyer Bathurst," 
whom Thoresby speaks of with respect more than once, and 
calls " a learned and ingenious gentleman." When the father 
of the pious antiquary died in 1679, Mr. Bathurst wrote a 
long elegy which is printed in the Ducatus. Dr. Whitaker 
ascribes another work to Mr. Bathurst, an elegant transla- 
tion into Latin verse of the Shepherd's Calendar. This curi- 
ous and scarce little work was published at London in 1653, 
and was afterwards reprinted by Bowyer. The author is 
stated to be Theodore Bathurst " aulae Pembrokianae apud 
Caiitabrigienses aliquando socius," who took the degree of 
M.A. at Cambridge in 1613. We cannot therefore identify 
him with Theodore Bathurst of Clints, who is said to have 
been born in 1646. 

It appears from the records preserved in York castle that, 



• Munk'B Roll of the Royal Coll. of Physioians, cd, 1S78, i. 222. 



HAR8KE, IN SWALEDALE. 269 

on the first of August, 1 G85, Mr. Bathurst was indicted at 
the York assize for uttering seditious words. Christopher 
Scrafton of Caskargreen in the New Forest deposed before 
Wm. Robinson, Esq., ** that about the midle of Aprill last, 
being with Theodore Batters (the local pronunciation of 
Bathurst) at his owne house cauled by the name of Clint's 
Hall, he desired that he might have his right of sum ground, 
or a farme, which he had a title in. Mr. Batters told him 
that he had lett a leace of it to Robert Wagget. The 
informant answered and said that he had a lease from the 
king. Mr. Batters replied ' The king is a rogue, and you all 
are rogues, and Til make you known for rogues.' " It is 
uncertain how this matter ended — probably with the inflic- 
tion of a fine, or with a term of imprisonment — at all events 
Mr. Bathurst died in pecuniary difficulties shortly afterwards. 
These would be increased by a suit in Chancery in which he 
seems to have been involved respecting the manors of Ark- 
ingarthdale, the lead mines, the New Forest, also the 
manors of Middleham, Richmond, Langton, Brawith, etc., 
which were demised by James I. to Ambrose Appleby and 
purchased in 1659 by Dr. Bathurst, who devised them to 
Theodore his son. This was in 1689. 

On the marriage of the son of Theodore Bathurst in 1701, 
the estate of Clints, the King's Arms Inn at Richmond, a 
house in Frenchgale, and 8 acres of land in Richmond, were 
settled upon the issue of the alliance, and in his Will made 
in 1722 Charles Bathurst, Esq., charges his estate with 
2000/. to each of hw three daughters, above their portions. 
Mr. Bathurst resided occasionally in York, and built the large 
brick house in Micklegate, which stands at the corner of 
Barker Ijane. 

The son, another Charles Bathurst, was M.P. for Rich- 
mond in 1727, but was ejected on petition. Tradition tells 
us that he became insane. He is said, on one occasion, to 
have thrown a waiter down the stairs of his own house, the 
King's Head Inn, in Richmond. The poor fellow had his 
leg broken, and when the landlord ventured to remonstrate 
with Mr. Bathurst he coolly told him to " put it in the 
bill I '' ♦ 

* Tb« fonowing naimtiTe of a more On Dm. 1, 17S0, Ch«rlM lUthunt, 

ffttftl eneotmUr m from hi« own ttatemant fiaq.. on rBturning from Stokealey to 

and that of hia MTYantt, preaerred among Sknttarakelf. bet wean 9 and 10 at night, 

tiia <!ha7ior archiTaa. found that hit bntlar, Darid Branaby, who 



270 



MARSKE» IN SWALEDALE. 



Mr. Bathurst was a Freemason of renown. There is in 
print " A speech delivered to the worshipful and ancient 
society of free and accepted masons, at a Grand Lodge, held 
at Merchant's Hall, in the City of York, on St. John's day, 
December the 27th, 1726. The right worshipful Charles 
Bathurst, Esq., Grand-master. By the junior Grand-warden. 
Glim meminisse juyabit. York : printed by Thomas Gent^ 
for the benefit of the Lodge '' — 8yo. pp. 14. 

The oration is very pedantic. It asserts '' that the first 
Grand Lodge, ever held in England was held in this city ; 
where Edwin, the first Christian king of the Northumbers, 
about the six hundredth year after Christ, and who laid the 
foundation of our cathedral, sat as Grand-master. This is 



had served his father and himself manv 
years, had that day been qoarrelling with 
the stable boys and other servants. 
Speaking to Bransbv, Mr. B. asked what 
was the reason, and calling the others, 
desired they would agree, gave Bransby 
and them each a broad piece of gold, and 
told Bransby that he loved him as well as 
any of the rest, and made each drink a 
horn of ale. Mr. Bathurst drank two or 
three horns with his cousin, Mr. John 
Motley, whom he had for many years 
supported, and was about to drink 
another, when Motley refused to drink, 
alleging the ale to be of a different kind 
from what they had drunk before. Bath- 
urst insisted that it was the same as he 
had drunk of himself, and, on some 
worda, Motley said he was acting like a 
coward. Bathurst then took him to a 
room where swords hung, and bad Motley 
take one and see which was the greatest 
coward, and drew another himself. Mot- 
ley would not, and on Bathurst saying 
*^ You are the greatest coward, and not I,'' 
went out» and Bransby with him, when 
Bathurst remarked '* lt*s a fine night, let 
them be locked out." 

He does not appear to have wished 
them to be kept out long, for on retiring 
to his bedchamber he took his sword to 
lay by his bedside to prevent any sudden 
attempt upon him by Motley, but requested 
his servant Crowder to take it down as 
soon as he was in bed and hang it np. 
In undressing he wanted some ribbon for 
fileeve strings to bind his shirt bands, and 
sent Crowder for it. He heard a very 
great disturbance, and Crowder on hu 
return told him that he had the ribbon 
from Bransby who was now come, and 
that he bade him tell his master so. 
Bathurst replied "Perhaps my cousin 



Motley is likewise come in and will drink 
his horn of beer. Very likely. I shall 
take my sword down myself, and hang it 
up." He went down with hia dothes 
loose, and in his slippers, having pulled 
off his shoes and stockings. Crowder 
followed him down and saw Bransby 
lying dead on the floor. 

It seems that on arriving in the passage 
betwixt the hall and the kitchen, Bathurst 
had heard Bransby swearing in the kit- 
chen that neither his master nor anybody 
else should come into it, and if they did 
he would stab them or be their death 
with the poker. He must have come out 
into the dark passage, and there Bathurst 
did not see his antagonist but only his 
red-hot poker, with which in both hands 
he assaulted his master and burned lus 
coat breast. The latter, apprehending a 
second thrust, and to prevent further 
mischief, made a push with his sword 
and happened to give Bransby a wound 
in hia right aide, who instantly died, but 
even in his staggering endeavoured to 
strike with the poker. 

The surgeons said that Bransby must at 
the time of his death have had his arm 
extended and his body bent forward, and 
on the next day, Dec. 2, the coroner's 
inquest found that the wound was given 
in self-defence, and that Bransby was al- 
most tipsy at the time. Counsel however 
advised Bathurst that as he was not bail- 
able, he had better keep out of the way 
till near the assizes, as no flight had been 
found at the inquest, and that he had 
better make conveyances of his estate, as 
a verdict either of manslaughter or se 
defendendo would be accompanied with 
forfeiture at law, and require pardon. — 
W. H. D. L. 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 271 

sufficient to make us dispute the superiority with the Lodges 
at London : but as nought of that kind ought to be amongst 
so amicable a fraternity, we are content they enjoy the title 
of Grand-master of England, but the Tottus Anglite we 
claim as our undoubted right/' 

Mr. Bathurst died in 1 740, leaving everything to his wife» 
who devised her real estate in 1747 to her brothers-in-law. 
Sleigh and Turner, on trust to pay certain legacies and an- 
nuities, and to discharge the debts and settle the affairs of 
the family. The trustees must have had a very onerous 
charge, as the burdens upon the family property were heavy 
and numerous. Large sums had been raised to pay the por- 
tions of the sisters, and Clints had been mortgaged to its full 
value to Thomas Duncombe, Esq., of Duncombe Park. All 
these difficulties are to be removed, and then the property is 
to be divided between the three sisters and co-heirs of the 
last Charles Bathurst, Esq., under the settlement of 1701. 

After several fruitless negotiations, the estate passes into 
the hands of Charles Turner of Kirkleatham, Esq., the son of 
one of the co-heiresses, who acquires the shares of his two 
aunts, Sleigh and Forster, For^ter's share, I presume, having 
been bought up previously. On 21 Sep. 1761, Wm. Sleigh, 
of Stockton, Eisq., William Turner, of Kirkleatham, Esq., 
Saville Slingsby, of London, merchant, and Charles Slingsby, 
Esq., formerly of Gray's Inn but now of Staveley, (executors 
of Thomas Duncombe, Esq , of Duncombe Park), sell Clints to 
Charles Turner, Esq., the son of the said William, who had 
been for some time residing there. The estate contained 
342 acres, and with it there were the burgages in Richmond 
with pasture-gates in Whitcliffe ])asture, the bowUng-green 
house at the back of the Friary, the parcels of meadow land 
in the Gallow-field and 6^ acres in the West-field, all of 
the inheritance of the late Charles Bathurst, Esq. 

Clints, therefore, came wholly into the possession of the 
Turners. They were a Cleveland family and resided at 
Kirkleatham, holding a very high position in the county of 
York. William Turner, Esq., who married Miss Bathurst^ 
was the younger brother of Cholmley Turner of Kirkleatham, 
Esq., and when his nephew, Marwood Turner, died, whilst 
travelling abroad, at Lyons, he became the representative of 
the male line of the family. He died suddenly at Northal- 
lerton on the 11th of August 1774, having gone there to 



27^ 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 



vote for a Registrar for the North Riding. Charles Turner, 
Esq., of Glints, his only son, was Lord Mayor of York in 
1771, and M.P. for that city. He was created a baronet. 
He spent a good deal of his time at Glints, even beforo the 
estate became his own. He was a great sportsman, fond of 
racing and cock-fighting, and the stables of Glints were very 
well known. Sir Gharles was twice married, and by his 
second wife, a Miss Shuttleworth of Forcett, he left a son 
and heir. He had by her, also, several daughters, whom, 
although born in wedlock, he, strange to say, would never 
acknowledge as his own. 

On the 3rd of March, 1767, Gharles Turner, Esq., sells 
Glints for 7000/. to John, Lord Viscount Downe, who dis- 
poses of it on the 20th of August, 1768, for a like sum to 
Miles Stapleton, Esq., sometime of Drax but then of Glints. 
The pedigrees of these two illustrious houses are well 
known.* Glints did not remain long in the possession of 
the Staple tons, as, on the 6th of July, 1 800, Sir Thos. Gas- 
coigne of Parlington (who had survived his co-trustees, the 
Earl of Abingdon and Viscount Wenman), Miles Stapleton 
of Richmond, Esq., and John Stapleton, late of Glints but 
then of Tolthorpe, Esq., sell it for 8000/. to Thomas Erring- 
ton, Esq., of New Basinghall Street, London. 

The buyer and the vendors were kinsmen, the Stapletons 
having only recently given up the name of Errington. Mr. 
Errington resided at Glints and did much to improve the 
estate. On July 20th, 1813, Anthony Bower of the Glose 
of Lincoln, gen., and Alex. Galvert of Richmond, land sur- 
veyor, the commissioners appointed under the act of 52 Geo. 
III. for enclosing land in Marrick, convey to Mr. Errington 
for 300/. 26 acres and a rood of laud, a portion of a parcel 
of ground on the moor of Marrick called Stelling bottom, 
and, on Feb. 15th, 1817, the lord of the manor of Marrick, 
Wm. Powlett Powlett of Lanston House, Southants, sells to 



♦ 1770, Feb. 16 : Wm. Witham, 
Esq., of Cli£fe, & Winefred Staple- 
ton, par. Marske, md.— 1778, Sept. 2: 
Henry Maire« of Lartington, Esq., & Mias 
Monica Stapleton of Glints, md.— 1770, 
Oct. 7 : John s. Miles Stapleton, Esq., 
k, Cath. his wife, of Glints, born at York. 
—1773, Apr. 28 : Thos. s. do. & Lady 
Mary his wife bom at Glints.- 1774, 
Aug. 11 : Monica, dau. do., bom at 



GUnts.— 1777, Sept 22: Anna-Maria, 
dau. do., bora at Glints. — 1779, Mar. 7: 
Bryan & do., bom, Marske BegisUr. 
—1772, 27th Apr.: Miles Stapleton of 
Glints, CO. Tork, Esq., k Rt Hon. Lady 
Mary Bertie, d. of Earl of Abingdon, m. 
at the bouse of Lord Viscount Wenman 
in Golden Square, JUg. St. Jamet\ West- 
minater. 



MAUSRE, IK 8WALBDALB. 273 

bim for 20/. the tithes of corn, grain, and hay on the afore- 
said ground. His son, Michael Errington, Esq., and the 
trustees of his marr. settlement sell the estate on the 13th 
of May, 1842, for the sum of 12,250/. to Timothy Hutton, 
Esq. Through him it has descended to Mr. John Hutton of 
Marske, tlie present owner. 

There is an engraving of the Hall at Glints in Allen's His- 
tory of Yorkshire. It was an irregular mansion, built at 
different periods and with little uniformity of style, erected, 
principally, I believe, by the Turners. Mr. Timothy Hutton 
removed the house when he became the purchaser of the 
estate, and the wayfarer is no longer startled by seeing 
before him in that solitary valley two ancient manor-houses 
distant from each other but a few hundred yards. 

Other buildings occupy the site of the hall, but any 
stranger, unacquainted with the early history of the place, 
may see at once the traces of the mansion. The Genius loci 
does not always disappear when the roof-tree falls. The de- 
caying gardens, with their massive walls, still cover the slope 
of the hill and overhang the brook, and when they fall or 
are removed and all other things are lo8t» the position of 
Glints may, perhaps, be still remembered. It is wonderful 
to see how long the hardier flowers of the garden will shoot 
up and bloom even when they are neglected and forgotten. 
I have discovered the site of an ancient manor-house, when 
all other evidence was absent, by the testimony of a few soli- 
tary flowers. Three hundred years have passed away since 
the monks of Durham were removed from Finchale, but in 
their deserted garden there still springs up, year afler year, 
the flower that they once pUnted, the good old English 
daffodil. 

Skblton lies right opposite to Glints, surrounded by rich 
green pastures at a little distance from the edge of the 
heather. The ancient manor house has been, to a great 
extent, removed, and one of the few remnants of it is a plain 
Decorated window which in old times may have lit up the 
ball It is now converted into a farm house. 

Skelton * is a limb of the great Roald fee and is a manor 



* It k aingukr anougfa tluii in €!•?•• BomMi 9t Aaotorf Froin which oi Um 
hud than is * Tillage oftUad Skaltoo, two diatrieta want tha Tauoar forth to 
with aaothar lUtaka eloaa to it. Unda found Ambiguam toUura nov* SaUminar 



VOUTk 



274 



MARSKE, IK SWALEDALE. 



of itself. It is first mentioned in Kirkby's Inquest, which 
was made in the 15th of Edward I., in which year Hanlathus 
de Hanlathby held a carucate of arable land there under 
Wichard or Guiscard Charron, who held it under Roald de 
Richmond. Guiscard Charron was a man of consequence in 
his day, and was constable of Richmond Castle in 1266. 

The manor passed at a very early period into the posses- 
sion of the family of Halnaby, and it seems to have been one 
of the regular residences of the members of that knightly 
house. With the other estates of the Halnabies, Skelton 
passed away with the heiress to the family of Place. The 
Places, of whom a full pedigree will be found in Mr. Surtees's 
Durham, held it, I believe, till the decadence of their house 
in the earlier part of the seventeenth century, when it was 
purchased by William Bower, a successful merchant at Brid- 
lington Quay. 

AKic8:-On the gTHVMtone in Bridlington church of Wm. Bower, who died 1672, there ore 
two shields :— 1. Ou a cherron between three eagles' beads, three mullets (Jackson), impaling 
Bowee of Streatlam. 8. A human log, couped at the thigh, transpierced above the knee by a 
spear broken chevronwise ; on a canton a castle : the usual cotit of Bower. It is remarkable, that 
toe coat of Jackson was used by some of Bower's descendants, occurring ob their monuments at 
Cloughton. York, and London. Even the Impalement was continued, appearing so marshalled on 
the seal of Leonard Bower in 1714, with an escallop a* a crest. In 1710, John Bower of Brid- 
lington, gent., seals his will with these impaled coats, only the chevron has no mullets on it, and 
the Bowos coat is on the dexter aide. The pierced leg nowe ver was borne regularly by the Bo were, 
and it seems highly probable that the impaled coat is really that of Jackson the rector of Marske. 
He married a Bowes, and his seal probably descended to the family of Bower, which seems to 
bsivo had some imexplained connection with him, and which purchased Clints in his old parish. 
There had been other connections between Jackaons and Bowers. William Bower of Oxeniefleld 
had a daughter Margaret, bap. 1591, who married btephen Jackson of Berwick upon Tweed, 
and another daughter, Jane Bower, became the wife of Roger Anderson, of Newcastle, in 1014, 
on the death of Ann, daughter of Wm. Jackson of that town. 



William Bowkr of Bridlington Key, merchant. Bap. 14 May 1598. Wi]l=f=TH0MA8iNB, Died 



dated 30 July, 1071, tiad proved at York, " to be decently interred 
in the parish church of Bridlington." iJied 28 March, 1671-2, aged 
74. M. 1. 



14 Sep. 1657, affed 59, 
and bur. at Bridlingtoii 
on the 17th. M. I. 



JoHir BowiR of Bridlington Key,: 
merchant. Ex' to his father, 
man*, at B". June 18, 1653. 
Will dt. 80 May, 1676, pr. at 
York, " to be interred in the 
church of Bridlington." Bm. 
there 16th June, 1679. 



:CATHKRrNK, daur. of 
William and Pris- 
cllla • Bower of 
Cloughton, and 
widow of. . , . Ro- 
gers. Bur. at B". 
20th May 1675. 



TT 



WiLLiAX BowKR, died before his father, 
who mentions in his will his dau. 
Thomasine, then a minor. William 
Bower, merchant, bur. 24th June, 
1657. M. L at BridUngton. 



SiBiLLA, mar Fell. 



^ 



1. Sarah, dau.: 
Jasper Belt 
ofPockling- 
ton, gent. 
Died April 
98rd. 1600, 
SBt. 31. M.L 
Bossal. 
Bom 1659, 
md. at B-. 
19th Oet 
1690. 



«r I Z 

:WlLUAM B0WXR==S. CaTH- 

of Bridlington crins, 

Key.merchant. dau. of 

Executor to bis Edward 

father. Will Trotter, 

dated IDthNov. Esq., of 

1706, pr. 23rd Skelton 

May, 1707. Ca&tlo. 

Bom 1654, died Bur. at 

0th May, 1707, B" 18th 

set. 53. M. I. Juno, 

Bridlington. 1742. 



, I II i I I I . I 
John Bower. 

Robert Bower. 

Samuel Bower. 

Edward A Nicholai. 

Jane, mar. Ralph Fell, y^ 

pRisciLLA Bower. 

Catberikb Bower. 

Elizabeth Bower. 

All mcnt' by their father 
or grandfather. 



Bdwaro, died 

8th March, 
1667, SBt. 7 
months. 

ThOM ASINR, d. 

11 March, 
16«9, aged 
10 months. 
M. I. Brid. 
lingtou. 



MARSKE, IK SWA LED ALE. 



275 



A 
I 



WiLUAM Bower, iB«r> 
chant, eldest aoo. 
Ditd IS F«b. I75«, 
iMvin^lMiM. Other 
ehildrVL 



I 
Lrov4RD BowsKof Soorton, fontlamaD, 
•eoond son, bom 26th April, U)»9. 
\tlll dut«d Sen. 1757. ft proved at 
Richmond, S7 May. 1709. Bur. «t 
Bolton-on-Swale, 18 March, 1701. 



:ELiZAB«rH, daughter of 
RichArd Wof>l(e of Bridling- 
ton, merchant, mjir. t2 Aug. 
1720. She hJid a forttme of 
9000/. Bur. Ut 8«p. 1767. 



1 

Jonn Bower, gen., of 
8eortoD. Bp. at B* 
2S Nof. 1730: m«r. 
July 10, 1759; bur. 99 
Nor. 17<I7 at Bolton- 
on-Swale. Ex' to 
hia father. Sails 
Skolton. His d«- 
•oendMita are now 
the uwbera of W«l- 
Lam. K R. Y. 



:PHILADRLPHIA| 

eldest dau. of 
Geo. Cuthbert- 
son, Esq., recor- 
der of Ncwcas- 
tle-on-Tyne. Bp. 
at St. John^, 
Newcastle, 80 
Nov. 1727. Bur. 
at Bolton 10 
Sept. 17D5. Ind> 
of mar. 10 July, 
» 1759. 



I I I I 



H4NKAH, bp. at B" Feb. 8, 17?1- 2, married at 
Boltou, 17th Sep. 1751. Geo. Cutbburteon, Esq., 
jun., of Newcastle-on-Tyne. Bur. at Bolton, 
X7 July, 1790. xf. 

EuzABiTH, bp. at B* Jan. 23, 17S7, ft bor. there 
89 Mar. 1740. 

WiLUAM BoMTBR, bp. at B" 19 Jan. 1734, ob. e.p. 

Bar AH, to whom her father leaves 2004 J/, roar. 
General Montgomery Aguew, governor of Car* 
linle. Bp. at B* Feb. 10. 17S4, ft died July 11, 
IbOJ. He died 14 July, 18U0. Both bur. at St. 
Oswald's, Durham. 



I find William Bower mentioned as the owner of Skelton 
in 1652. He realized a very large fortune by trade and 
purchased many estates in the East Hiding of Yorkshire. 
On his monument at Bridlington it was stated that *' he did 
in his life-time erect at his own charge at Bridlington a 
school-house ; and gave to it 20/. per annum for ever, for 
maintaining and educating of the poor children of Bridling- 
ton and Key, in the art of carding, knitting, and spinning of 
wool.'' By his will he devised the whole of his estates to 
his son John, for his life, directing that, after his father s 
decease, Skelton should go to his elciest grandchild, William 
Bower. This William mentions Skelton in his will, and at 
his death it descended to his eldest son. On the 7th of Oct 
1714, Wm. Bower of Bridlington Key, gen., "in considera- 
tion of the naturall love and affeccion which he beareth unto 
his brother Leonard Bower, and for his better advancement 
in marriage, &c., and for the sum of 1300/.,'' conveys the 
manor of Skelton to certain trustees to the use of the said 
Leonard, reserving an annuity out of it of 200/. to himself 
and his assignees. On July 23rd, 1720, on the marriage of 
Leonard Bower to Elizabeth Woolfe, the sum of 500/. is 
charged upon the estate as a jointure for the la<ly. On Nov. 
12, 1782, John Bower of Scorton, Esq., only son and heir of 
Leonard Bower late of Scorton, deceased, and Elizabeth 
Woolfe, sells the manor of Skelton to Miles Staplcton, Esq., 
of Glints, for the sum of 10,250/., reserving a modus of 
1/. Is. Id. payable yearly to the rector of Marske, in lieu of 
the tythe of hay, and an 8th of the minerals. On the 5th 
of July, 1800, Miles Stapleton of Kichmond, Esq., and John 

T s 



276 



MABSKE, IN SWALEDALK. 



Stapleton, late of Glints, Esq., and now of Tollthorpe, co. 
Lincoln, sell the manor to Thomas Errington,* late of New 
Basinghall Street, London, and now of Clints, Esq., for 
13,000/., with the same reservations. On May 13th, 1842, 
Michael Errington, Esq., of Clints, and the trustees of the 
settlement made on his marriage with Rosanna O'Ferrall, 
dated 14th and 15th Nov., 1838, {i.e. Richard More O'Fer- 
rall of Balina, co. Kildare, Esq., James O'Ferrall of Bagot 
Street, Dublin, Esq., Thomas Meynell, Jun., of Kilvington, 
Esq., and Gilbert Stapleton of Richmond, Esq.), convey the 
estate for the sum of 1 7,250/. to Timothy Hutton, Esq., of 
Clifton Castle, from whom it descended to the present Mr. 
Hutton of Marske. 

Fbldom, a small farm, lies to the north of Marske, in an 
exposed situation on the summit of the hill which is known 
by the name of Marske edge. It was a portion of the Rich- 
mond fee, and became at a very early period the property of 
the monastery of Jervaux. Dr. Burton, in his Monasticon 
of Yorkshire, tells us that Nicholas son of Galfrid de Staple- 
ton gave five oxgangs of land in the territories of Marske, 
and Henry son of Michael half a carucate there, to the 
monks of Jervaux ; grants that were confirmed by Henry 
III. and John Duke of Brittany. The monks, however, had 
possessions in this neighbourhood at a much earlier period, 
as Earl Conan, who died in 1171, gave them pasture in all his 
New Forest at Richmond, forbidding them at the same time 
to have any mastiffs to drive the wolves away from their 
pastures. In Eirkby's Inquest it is stated that the Abbat 
of Jervaux holds half a carucate of land there under Roger 
de Mountford, who holds it under the Roalds. After the 
dissolution of the monasteries, when Jervaux had property 
in Marske of the value of lO^. per ann., in 1564, I find Fel- 



* Mr. Errington, who died in 1882, 
was the son of Michael Errington, Esq., 
of Carlton in Coverdale, Sc Tabitha, dau. 
of John Watson of Carlton. (Michael E. 
died 30th July, 1801, »t. 76, & was bur. 
at Coverham.) 

Mr. Thomas Errington married Cathe- 
rine 0*Oowdall, an Irish lady, who died 
in 18*^7. The following notices of their 
children occur in the Mardce regi-^ter. 
Catherine, bur. Dec. 2ud, 1800. Michael 
born at Clints 30th Noy., 1801. ' George 



born 18th Sept., 1804 (now Archbishop of 
Trebizond). Thomas, bur. 1 0th Oct, 1804, 
set. 6. Anna-Maria, bur. Oct. 16th, 1804, 
set. 8. Isabella, bom 7th Dec.. 1806 
(md. Count Spada Laving of Macerata'^). 
Thomas- Walter, born 19th Sept., 1807 
(ob. 8.p.). John, bom 4th Dec, 1810 (ob. 
s.p.). 

Mr. Michael Errington (bom 1801) md. 
Rosanna O'Ferrall of Balina, co. Kildare, 
Sc has several children, George, bom 1839, 
Michael^ Mary, etc. 



MARSKE, IN SWALEDALE. 277 

dom in the possession of Matthew Earl of Lennox and his 
Countess. After this there is a long blank in its history ; 
but in 1776 it was included among the Byerley estates 
which were then to be sold, and I am inclined to think that 
it had been purchased by some of the Robinsons, whose 
estates, en maxsCy descended through the Whartons to the 
Byerleys. And this is the more probable, as on Jan. 5, 20 
Car. II., I find Leonard Robinson, gen., of Ravenswath, sell- 
ing to Frances Button of Marske, widow, "a parcell of 
moore lying on y* south and south-west of the doule stones 
lately erected on Feldom more, along by Buzzard Scarre/' 
parcel of the manor of Ravenswath. A fuller account of the 
history of the Byerley estates will be found under West 
Applegarth. At the dispersion of that property Feldom 
came into the possession of a person of the name of Jackson, 
and Mr. Fowles Hickes, by whom it was sold to the late 
John llutton, esq., of Marske. 

Wkst Applegarth lies under the crest of the hill as you 
go towards Richmond from Marske ; a soliUiry farm house 
marks the site of the ancient mansion. The position is a 
very striking one. Above and below you is the picturesque 
valley of the Swale with its broken and wild ground. Be- 
hind you is the rock, dark with its native yew ; and from a 
bold eminence which beat's the name of Applegarth Scar, the 
eye p^isses away far beyond the grey tower of Richmond and 
rests at last on the softer landscape in the distance, among 
the woods and rich pastures of Catterick and Hornby. 
Above you there are the green rounded hills of Marske 
crowned with thriving plantations, and beneath you there is 
the Swale brawling over its rocky bed. 

Applegarth once gave its name to the chase of the Eails 
of Richmond, which stretched away to the north and west, 
taking in a vast district which has now become amenable to 
the share. The history of that chase cannot properly bo 
given under an account of Marske. Scarcely a remnant of 
the toi*est is now in existence, but the husbandman turns up 
every now and then the trunks of huge trees. When you 
stand upon the scar and look towards the north you will bo 
able to form some idea of the extent of the chase and of the 
ground over which it extended. The wildwood began where 
you now stand, with its wolves and its fallow deer, and bcluw 



278 MARSKE, IN SWALEDALR. 

you, beneath the summit of the hill, there was a sheltered 
spot where the green turf was left ; there did a little tene- 
ment arise with its fruit-trees around it, and from them it 
was called the Apple-garth. 

Applegarth is a portion of the manor of Ravens wath, and 
belonged, therefore, in early times, to the lordly house of the 
Fitzhughs. In 1250, Hen. II. granted to Henry son of 
Ralph de Ravenswath free warren in Applegarth. At the 
time of Kirkby's Inquest a bailiff of Richmond, Robert de 
Applegarth, who took his name from the place that he occu- 
pied, held a carucate of land there under Hugh Fitz Henry. 
Robert de Applegarth and Thomas his son are not unknown 
in the annals of the town of Richmond. Applegarth con- 
tinued in the possession of the Fitzhughs till the sixteenth 
century, when it passed away, with one of the co-heiresses 
of the house of Ravenswath, to William Parr, K.G., Marquis 
of Northampton. A poet he was and the friend of poets, 
and after many troubles and one very narrow escape, as 
Camden tells us, " he sweetly ended his life : a man very 
well versed in the more delightfull sort of studies, as musick, 
love-toys, and other courtly dalliances." His grave was 
opened at Warwick in the reign of James I. and they found 
the rosemary and the bay still green around him. 

The earl made a grant of Applegarth for life to a faithful 
retainer of his, Thomas son of Geoffrey Middleton, Esq., of 
Middleton Hall, in Westmerland. He married a daughter 
of William Conyers, Esq., of Marske, by whom he had a 
large family. She died in 1569 and was buried at Marske, 
where a monument was set up over her tomb which is now 
destroyed. Her husband died before her in 1565, and the 
inventory of his effects at Applegarth is still in existence. 
He was a man of substance, and had a good establishment at 
Applegarth. There were at that place eleven horses and fifteen 
milch kine. His silver plate, which was kept in the parlor, 
was worth about 20/. Among his shaping apparel (for he 
introduces that west country word into Richmondshire) there 
are one or two curious items. His best suit was of yellow 
satin and was worth 3/. In addition to this he had two 
other suits of clothes, of taflfety & velvet and a short gown 
of cloth. His coat of steel was valued at 20^., and besides 
this he had a crimson velvet coat of cloth of gold worth 3/. 
6*. 8d. : this was probably the livery coat of the Maiquis 



MABSKB, IN 8WALEDALE. 



279 



his master. lu the hall, the principal apartment, there was 
only a table, a cupboard, two chairs, two buffet forms and a 
carpet. Besides the scanty furniture there were, strange to 
say, in the same room a hanger or bench to put cheeses on^ 
and a plate on which the family roasted the apples that grew 
in the orchard ! Few people would like, in these days, to fill 
the principal room in their houses, in which they sat, and 
perhaps slept, with apples and cheeses. 

The Marquis of Northampton died in 1571 without lawful 
issue, and his estate, therefore, escheated to the crown. In 
1629, Charles L granted the manor of Ravenswath, including 
i^pplegarth, and fee farm rents to the value of 47/. ISs. Id. 
out of Glints, Marske, and East Applegarth to the citizens 
of London, they paying a crown rent of 88/. 10s. id. a year 
to him and his successors. In 1663, the citizens sell their 
recent acquisition for 3,110/. 13^. Ad. to Jerome Robinson of 
iSL Trinians near Richmond, gentleman, and John Robinson* 
gen., his brother. Jerome Robinson died without issue, and 
his estates descended to his brother John, who resided some 
time at Applegarth. I give a genealogical sketch of his 
descendants. 



JoH» RoftiKifi>!f, the Joint purrhMcr of AppU- 

fiirth, litxi Hon o( Louiianl RobiiuHm of Ht. 
nnUn*. Bur. iu tlte cliAnoel of Maniko 
Jab. 17, 1664>. 



:STTif, dftUfrTiter of T>eoniird Smelt of KIrkby 
FletliAoi, t>q., by iSyth, datiKhtvr of E<lnuiDd 
Allan of Uuthcrltiy , \m^. at kirk by nuUuuu FoU 
ruary SS, li>*Jt: 7. 



"n 



1. Let)^ KoDtN>^ 
•DM of Kirk- 
byHUt.Kmi.. 
Wt. 47, KMA. 
Will (Lkt. U 
Mur. IrtT.i. 
Pro. At Kicn- 
mond :ii)th. 
Bnr.atKirk- 
bjUUliSinl. 



r-Lrcv, dau. of 
Fercival FhU- 
Up of Wens- 
ley, gen., by 
iatb. dan. uf 
Wm. Ro>iin- 
•f >n of Kok eby, 

ItWVT. M I. 
Kirkby UUl. 



i I . 
Matthew RoBixeov of 

MiddletoD. 

SvTii luar. Ninlan Col- 
ling of Kirkby Hill. 
Bur. there 2V Due. 
1«W. xK 

Elizab^ md. Met* Ber- 
ry of Downhnni Park. 

Joan, bap. at Marske 
Dec. 26, 163^. 



2. Thomas RoRtM> 
SON of Applefartb. 
AftcrwaniM of 
KaAby k Hkeeby, 
mar. at ftl<in«ke 
l.'i Feb. VV4i 7. 
Nunc, will HutM 
at Skoebj 4 Mar. 
1 1.70-1. lYuved 
2U Apr. seq. 



MABOARrr, 
daur. of 
Mr. Ji>hn 
Itartlett 
uf Uiih- 
moiid. 
Adm* to 
bor bus- 
liand. 



^ 

J^HoMK KoBiNnoNol Kirkby 
Hill, Exiuirc. u't. A, }'•>>'*. 
MeittluBod in bis futhfr's 
will. Lhed s. p., l«»aYinf 
bin niaters ro-bfirs. Bur. 
at Kirkby UiU S Mar. 
l<>74-6. 



MAhY, married Roifor ColviUe, Esq., of Wathooat Bur. at 
Kirkby Hill Aug. o. Huh. ^ 

T.rcr, mKr. Jamee Cook of Kti>ckton on-Tces. 

8\TH, ment' \*<7'^, tnar. at Ht«ickton 12 Jan. 1<^9I. Jobn 
Morton, Ajxhdwaooo of Northumberland. 

EuXABaru. Akmk. Mentioned ie7J. 



John RntUN ox 
of Ka*f ly, tr< b. 
A umyir K'.TI. 
Hie father 
le«ve«bitn bla 
land* lu Skcc- 
by k ills lands 
In UMerley. 



ANNr, dau. of Wm. 
Hniith of Fasby, 
M.D., by Anne 
dau. of FrAiicis 
lA.vtfm of Rawden, 
Ks^mro, sister to 
Wm. Smitb, tbe 
antiquary, living 
1714. 



1 

TlloMAH RoHINBOH to wbom 
bU f.ithcr lotvuc the 
" Frcrie " In Kicbmond. 
Anient <>r, ut imu*, of 
Jo'iit JamcN Rotiimon, 
l:JHjuin\ the prcmrnt 
ovTLer o( the FriarMgc. 



John Robindon, bp. at 
rjk0\if, •» Feb. IiV« 1. 
A mervhaut in I/oeds. 



Thomas Robin- 
son nf F.asby, 
gen. 



BvTH, tiom 14 A bp. 

'.M J.m. lrt:;7'\ at 
Mamke. 

EuXAHrTM. 

Maboabct. 
Mabv. 

All manf« 167P. 



■ I 
Abice, bapUaed at Raaby, a (tct 1003. 

Klijcamith. iimrried Janifs KitcLtii(nu.ui of 
Loed». merclMiit. ^x 



280 MARSKE, TN SWALEDALB. 

In 1675 the granddaughters of John Robinson, by his son 
Leonard, sell Ravenswath and Applegarth to Sir Thomas 
Wharton of Edlington, kt, for 8,900/., and they descend 
with the heiress of the Whartons to the Byerleys of Golds- 
bro*. In 1764, Elizabeth Byerley, the last surviving member 
of the family, bequeaths Ravenswath, &c., to her five cousins, 
Frances Lady Legard, Jane Fisher, Philadelphia Lady Cay- 
ley, Henrietta Digby, and Lucy Osbaldeston, share and share 
ahke. In 1 775, by a decree in Chancery the estates were sold 
to John Kilvington on behalf of three of the co-heirs, Legard, 
Digby, and Osbaldeston. In 1 788, Sir George Cayley, Bart., 
Digby Cayley, clerk, and John Cayley, Esq., all of Brompton, 
devisees in trust under the wills of the said co-heirs, sell the 
manor of Ravenswath, &c., to James Hutchinson, M.D., for 
4,475/. At the dispei-sion of Dr. Hutchinson's property in 
1814, Applegarth was purchased by the late John Button, 
Esq., of Marske. 

Commons and Moors. On these fertile subjects of contro- 
versy there has been at various periods a good deal of litiga- 
tion between the landowners in the parish of Mar&ke and 
their neighbours, especially with reference to the rights of 
entercommon. 

The following document is an agreement, as to these 
points, at a very early period between the owners of Mar- 
rick, Marske, and Skelton. 

Hoc cerografatum factum et indeDtatum in die nativitatis S. Joh. Bap- 
tistee anno regni regis Edwardi (filii regis Edwardi) quarto decimo, 
testatur quod cum controversia mota fuisset inter dominum Johannem 
Aske, militem, dominum de Marrik, ex prima parte, ac domiimm 
Herschulphum Clesseby, militem, dominum de Merske, ex secunda parte, 
et dominum Halnatheum de Hanlabj, militem, dominum de Skelton, ex 
tertia parte, pro diversis communibus pertinentibus ad dominia de 
Marrik, Merske et Skelton ; unde concordati fuerunt unanimi consensu 
et assensu horum omnium trium partium coram domino Ricardo de 
Bingham {Bemingham in another copy) et domino Johanne de Doncastre, 
militibus, tunc justiciariis, in forma subscripta. Videlicet,' prsedictus 
dominus Johannes Aske cognovit et concessit, pro se et heredibus suis, 
preedicto domino Herschulpho, heredibus et omnibus tenentibus suis de 
Merske, ex australi parte aquae forestiee, et Ualnatbeo de HalnabV, 
heredibus et omnibus tenentibus suis de Skelton, ex austnJi parte aqua) 
forestae, communiam pastursB ad omnia animalia sua omni tempore anni, 
capris et porcis tantum exceptis, in omnibus vastis, pasciiis, boscis sub- 
boscis et moris tanquam ad dominium de Manik pertinentibus, spectan- 
tibus et jacentibus, ex australi parte aquae de Brathowe quae dividit 



MAB8KE, IN 8WALEDALE. 2Sl 

deacendendo inter dominia de Marrik et Merske, a alba via quse venit a 
Helwathe in le Swale, salvana semper quod anted ictus Johannes Aske neo 
heredes sui non inipedientur, perturbentur, nee molestentur per pnedictos 
dominum Harschulphum et Hanlatheum, nee heredes suorum, cepandi, 
fossandi, murendi et cladendi in moris pertinentibus domiuio de Marrik, 
et jaoentibus ex australi parte aquee de Brathowe : et si pncdictus 
dominus Johannes Aske ita iucludit se ipsuni, tune cessabit coniraunias 
pasturiB quas habet in moris dominiorum de Marske et Skelton et tenebit 
se cum mora sua propria, istis indenturis in aliquo non obstantibua £t 
pnedictus dominus Uersohulphus oognovit et concessit— tenentibus de 
Marrik et Skelton,— ex australi parte aqnsB forestsB commuuiam pasturte 
— (ui wpra)^ex boriali parte aqufe le Brathowe, a alba via quie venit a 
Uelwath in le Swale — salvans semper — («/ supra) — £t praedictus dominus 
Haluatheus cognovit (etc) tenentibus de Marrik et Merske ex australi 
parte aquie forestce, commuuiam pasturse usque summitatem albie vise qun 
veuit a Helwath, et sicut aqua caelestis dividit inter dominia de Merske 
et skelton UKque lapidem stantem in orientali parte de Hesilhowe, et sic 
linialiter disoendendo ad comarium dausorum de Skelton, et sicut illi 
extendunt usque in aquam forest® ; salvans (ut supra). Et ut ista vera 
oonoordia facta per coucensum et assensum omnium trium partium stet 
firma et stabilis imperpetuura, nos, dicti dominus Johannes, Ueraculphus 
et Haluatheus, obliganius nos et heredes nostros in diicentas libras 
sterllugorum. Testibus domino Ric. Bingham, domino Johanni de Don- 
castre, militibiis ac justiciariis, domino Stephano le Scrope rectore ecclesiw 
de Memk, Amaldo de Croft, Willelmo de Stappilton, Galfrido de Melsinby, 
£lia de Downom^ Rogero et multis aliis. Data apud Stelliugs. 

This agreement, however, did not succeed in allaying all 
controversies and disputes. On the 29th of Apr. 18 Hen. 
VIL, Sir William Conyers, kt, the arbitrator in a suit be- 
tween Roger Aske, Esq., and Chr. Conyers of Marske, Esq., 
for lands between Skelton and Bradabeck, made the follow- 
ing award — that both claimants should entercommon there- 
on with their cattle, and that no tenant of Marske or Marrick 
should grave turves upon it; and WilUam Aske, Esq., en- 
tered into a bond of 100/. that his father, Roger Aske, Esq., 
should observe the award. After this disputes again broke 
out with great violencOi as soon as the Phillips came to 
Marske, with reference to the moors between that place and 
Marrick. 

Arthur PmLLiP of Manke, gen., r. John Satre of Marrick, Esq., and 
DoROTBYB his wief, ** conceminge the right, etc. of one great waste con- 
teyninge by eatimacion 100 [Qu, 1,000 ?] acrea, lying l)etwixte a little 
bccke called Bradowe bccke on the south and the more of Skelton on tlie 
northe, and for the alterynge and tumjng of a small watercourse descend* 
ing of the more of Manycke from two little sprynges called Bryskells 
to Bradowe hecke.*' The matter was referred to the decision of Thomas 
Earl of Sussex, the President of the Council in the North, and of Sir 



282 MARSKE, IN 8WALEDALB. 

Tho. Gargrave, kt, Sir Nich. Fairefax, kt, John Vaughan, Wm. Tanckerd, 
Lawreuce Meres, and ThomaB Ejmes, Esquiers, and, for default of an 
award, to the arbitrament of the earl only. He examines evidences, and 
the deed between Aske, Clesebj, and Halnabj, and " Sajre shewed one 
auncyente dede under seale, whereby it appeared that the Duke of 
Bretton had graunted to one Aske, auncestor of the wyfe of the said 
John Sayre, that all his landes on the este side of one waye that leadeth 
from Marske to Bradwathe, and so to Therelgate and to Kyth, and so to 
the ryver of Swale, as his owne lande goeth, shoulde be forth of the 
forreste," 

Witnesses ex parte Saier. — Adam Spenceleye ; Roger Cherrye ; Gregorie 
Metcalf of Marrycke, yeoman, ag. 63 ; Wm. Close of Marrycke, hus- 
bandman, 53 ; Tho. Uelmsleye of Marrycke, servantte, 58 ; Wm. 
Hawkyus of Heley, par. Massam, 72 ; Wm. Hall " of the castell of 
Stangsyde in Swadell, gresman, about the age o/ 99 years, all his lyf haUi 
dwelt within a tnyle and a half thereof.** 

1.* "The awncient bownders betwene the common moores of the 
manors of Marrigge and Marske are these, viz. First, from the water of 
Swale upp Bradehowe beake to a hoole [nere Broad howbecke] callide Hell 
pott [hole], to an olde white wall under Gaveloake-howe, and soo 
forthe to a spring Ciillide Marrigge well [kell], and to a [great] standing 
stone in the side [east end] of Hazelhowe, and then to the stone man to 
(on) the height of Coake-howe, and soo to Moze myer headde (from the 
water of Swale upp the northe side of Bradehowebecke to Marrigge kell, 
and from thence to Cokko hill, and so forthe to Mose myers, and to the 
Whitegate). [Hawkyns dyd se Wyllam Aske, esquyer, lord of the manor 
of Marrycke abowt 60 yeares past, by his oflfycers and tenants enjoye all 
the grouudes uppon the sowthe syde of the sayd bounders and as far on 
the north syde of Brodhowbeck as the sayd bounders extend]. 

2. 3. '*The grouudes callide Heselhowe and Hawethornes [on the 
northe syde of Bradhowebeck] are parcell of the manor of Marrigge. 
Hathe sene the Askes aud Bulmei^s, owners of the manors of Marrigge, 
cutt downe, carrye awaye, aud burue at theire leade bales sucbe wodde 
as grewe ai)on the saide ij parcells of grounde, and also the teuiintes of 
MaiTigg didde grave turffes and carrye the same awaye, and milkide 
theire yeuics, aud hadde brakes and haye for the saide shepe aud cattaile 
apon the saide growndes of Heselhowe and Hawethornes, and hadde the 
brakeus, ling and thomes growing apon the same, and canyed awaye the 
same, aud occupiede the same on the northe side of Bradehowebeake, 
unto the said bownders before expressed as in the first interrogatorye 
[soni parte of the sayd thornes cut downe, for foddering theyre shepe 
uppon the sayd grounde and som part thereof browght home to the fyer 
and part to the bayles.] (Cherrye alleagithe the profites to be taken of 
the said growndes called Heselhowe and Hawethornes from the north side 
of Bradehowebeake unto the bownders of the lordshippe of Skelton, and 
to the said bounders betweue the saide lordeshippes of Marske and 
Marrigge). [Hath sene the tenants buyld lockes and shepe fooldes apon 
the said two grouudes, and have hay stackes standing apon the same.] 

• From the breviate of Spenceloy's of other depositions are in ( ). and from 
eviJenoe. Additions from the breviate the depositions themselves in [ ]. 



f 



MARSKE, IN 6WALEDALB. 283 

Helmfilej h jmself hath had hay standing at the foote of Hawthomes and 
therwith foddered his cattells sondrye years together]. [Hall hath sene 
Muster Aske, owner of the lordship of Marryck, have a stak of hay uppou 
lietilehowe, and there used to fodder his shepe, and spaned lambes and 
mylked ewes uppon the sayd ground! 

4. '* Hath sene the bayelielye of Marrigg take awaye from the tcnantes 
of Maruke and iSkelton certaine wodde gotten in the saide parcells of 
gn)uude callide the Thomes, and also the officers and inheritors of 
Marrigg have taken away huge from the tenantes of Skelton and Marske 
which they hadde gotten u])pon the saide growndea callide Hasclhowo 
and Hawethomea (Tenants of Skelton have bene amercide in the court 
held within tlie manor of Maryck for getting truffes and ling). [Syr 
llauf Bulroer, knt, o^ner of the lordshipp of Marrycke gave charge to 
his baylyf that uo tenant of Skelton should caiiye away turfea or lynge 
lest therby hys ryoltye might be demynished.] 

5. ** Kuowithe the ij springes within the lordeshippe of Marrigg callide 
Ferssekelde spring and Brisselketde spring descending and coming (into a 
pla>e callid Stelling dubbe andsoo) into Bradehowe becke. 

6. *' Know it he a plai>e in the lordeshippe of Marrigg callide Marriage 
stelling at headde of Bradehowe beuke. The saide growudes lying apou 
bothe sides of Bradehowebccke from the saide stelling to tbc plase where 
tlie saide Kpr}nige dothe fall into Bradehowebccke, and downe to the Hell 
pott ar the soile and grownde of the saide John Sayer and Dorothe his 
wife, and parcell of the saide manor of Marrigge. Hathe sene the tenantes 
of Marrigg fishe in Bradehowebeake on bothe Hides. (Dothe knowe 
ycrye well the saide damme callide Marrigge stelling dubbe, which is at 
the headde of Bradehowebeake, and by rcasone of riding the bowndcr he 
dothe knowe that the grounde lying next and of either side of Brade- 
howebeake from Hell |>otte hole upwardes to the headde i»f Bradehowe- 
beake & to the saide Mamgge stelling and damme or dubbe, and on 
bothe sides the same where the saide springes fall into Bnidehowel>eake 
and upp to the headdcs of the saide springes, is the soile or common wast 
belonging to the lordeshippe of Marrigge whereof Jolin Saier and Dorothe 
his H iff are the owners). (For that he uside to ke[>e shc))e uppon the 
saide grouudes, he knowithe the growndcs lying adjomiiig on either side 
of Bradehowebeake from the saide Stelling dubbe and the headde of 
Bradehowcl)oake and downe Bradehowebeake to the water of Swale, 
onelye exceptinge certaine cIohcs on the northe side of BradchoweU^ake 
and aibo upwardes to the saide springes callide Bribselkelde is the soile of 
the saide John Saycr and Dorothye his wift'.) 

7. " Dothe se that the saide plase calHde Marri^'ge stelling or Marrig;:e 
dubl)e unto the plase where the saide springes euterithe unto the saide 
dublie and so forthe downe Bradehowebeake is and continew nnming^and 
is fedde with the saide spring with sufficient water for declarini; of a 
l)ownder, and that there is water sufficient remaining for all maner of 
ctittaile to Ih) wateride withall. Howcbcit in drye tyme and sommer 
seasone the saide springes doo dr}'e upp and then Bra<lt'liowel>eake must 
and dothe in home j>l;uses lye drye. (Henu'sleye adtlithe that yet still 
Fcrubekfll spring di^the continnallye fcile the Stelling dublnj and Stellinir 
continual lye dothe serve BradehowelK^ake.) (Hakin saitlie that indoe<lo 
the hjiide defi-ndant hathe taken awaye one of the s;iide springes and 
tumide the same to diy vo a mill") 



286 MABSEE, IN SWALEDALB. 

tenants in the place, viz., John de Marske, the Abbat of St. 
Agatha, Peter de Swenjthwayt, the Prioress of Marrick, 
Roger Bevias, Roger Bertram, Thos. ceinentarius, Henry 
Todde, John Warni, Roger fil. Hewis, John fil. Isold, John 
cementarius, heredes WiU* fil. Conan, and Roger de Foresta. 
In the next century, Wm. Conyei'S having obtained the 
king's writ of assize oF novel disseisin * against Sir Richard 
Fitzhugh, kt., and Wm. Burgh touching the right of common 
pasture in Feldora, a royal warrant of 10 Dec. 1482, directed 
Sir Richard Neel, kt., and Roger Towneshend to hold the 
assize accordingly. A century later there was another suit 
about the same right between Matthew Earl of Lennox and 
his wife and Arthur Phih'p and his wife, and the earl binds 
himself on the 22nd Nov. 6 Eliz. to abide by the decision 
of Sir Wm. Babthorpe, and Peter Vavasor, Chr. Roaxby, and 
Wm. Tankerd, Esqs., the arbitrators. What was the result 
I do not know. 

All questions like these are now at an end, for the moors 
have been divided and the rights fully ascertained and laid 
down. On the 12th of May 1809, an act of parliament was 
passed for enclosing Marske moor, containing 1233 acres, 
and empowering John Bradford of Kirkby Fleetham, land 
surveyor, to apportion it, John Button, Esq., being the lord 
of the manor, and he, James Tate, the rector, and Thos. Br- 
rington, Esq., of Clints, the owners of all the parish. Marrick 
moor was, 1 believe, enclosed in the 52nd of Geo. III. An 
eighth of the minerals throughout the parish of Marske is 
reserved as a royalty. 

* See any Law Dictionary, under the ties of this old mode of bringing about a 
word '* AssLEe/' for the exact technicali- trial of right. 



Jambs Rains. 



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"ROTULI COLLECTORUM 8UB8IDII REQI A LAICIS 
ANNO 8ECUND0 OONCE88I IN WE8TRYTHYNQ0 
IN COMITATU EBORAOI." 



"COLLECTORES WESTBYTHYNGI.'' 

(ooirrniuKD fbom p. 171.) 



(Hembnne 86, column 1.) 
WEPSNTAQIOM DE MORLAT. 



lIlBrELD\ 

Wflldmiu de Mirfeld', ChiaAler, 

Avar 

Johannei de Boultofl, fflranklAjii, 

Robertiu del SioQeti Mercator^ 

Thomaa de Northorp', Mereatar, 

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Adam ffox, Carpentar'f k til . 
ThemM Ridiladeh, Cinar, k v^ 
Jobaanee Benet, Souier, k rx" . 
Riottdoe M enUnd* k vx* 
BogeruB Hilnei^ k yiT 
Vimmm Walker, k vx* 
Jobannea de Denby k xx 
Adam Aaoj k tjT 
Jobannea de Stokes & xiT 
Tbomaa IVnder' k tx" 
Jobannea render ft TIL* . 
WOlelmna del Cote k tiT 
Ricardiia Smytb' ft vx" . 
Adam Waller ft yn" . 
Hugo Broone ft tC 
Jobannea Aapj ft viT . 
Willefanna OyiBroft ft yjT . 
Rioardoa Tomaoft ft rt 
Adem filiua Henrid ft tjT 
Jobannea Primeroee ft viT 
Rieardua de ffoumaya ft riT 
Jobannea Be tbe water ft tx" 
Jobannea de Helay ft nC 
Jobannea aemiena Willelmi Kir- 

leld • , . . 

WiUehnna aemiena ejuadem 
Bobertoa aeruiena ejuadem . 
Adam aeruiena ejuadem . 
laabella aemiena ejuadem . 
Emme aeruiena ejuadem . 

TOU Tl. 



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Jobanna Tude 

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AmiciA TaUour . 

Juliana filie Amicie 

Jobanne Smytb* . 

Tbomaa Smyth* 

Alicia del Liegb' . 

Jobannee del Legb* 

Julieoa Waller* . 

KaterinA Waller* . 

laabella HelmandeA 

Jobannea aeruiena laabelle 

WiUelmua OuteU' 

Eliaabetba Pynder^ 

RobertuB aeruiena Roberii 

Henricua aemiena Jobannia 

Jobannee de Batelay . 

Jobanna Nortborp*. 

Alicia Benet 

Juliana de Hetoft . 

Margaretade Hetoft . 

Amabilla aeruiena Rogeri 

Jobanna de Alberter^ . 

Jobannea atte Water 

Jobannea de Nortborp* 

Jobanna de Nortborp 

Jobannea Wilkinaoft . 

Agnea fllia Robert! . 

Emma filia Robert! 

laabeUa filia Waited 

Jobannea NelaoA 

WiUelmua Hobman 

Robertua de Stbagb' (read 

••Schagb'") . 
Adam Wataoft 
laabeUa Watdog^ter . 
Agnea de Nortborp* 

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WAPPENTAGIUM DB MORLAY. 



SCHEPLAT.^ 

Johannes del Scfaoles k tsC 
Rogerus del Bothe & v^ . 
Robertus Lenmafi & viT 
Johannes de Hetofi & tx~ 
Johannes de Denby & vx" 
Johannes de CoUyngworth' & v 
Willelmus del More & riC 
Johannes Martin & yjC 
Johannes Mallnsoii & tiC 
Johannes liynglay 5c tiC 
Johannes de Allertofi & vsT 
Ricardus Souter & tsT 
Adam de Hetofi & yiC . 
Robertas de SandaU' k ysC 
Adam de Wyke k viC 
Adam Walker^ & Tif . 
lUcardus de Scholes 
Margareta filia Ricardi 
WiUelmus seruiens Ricardi 
Rogerus filius Johannis 
Robertus del More . 
AVillelmus seruiens Johannis 



Willelmus filius Johannis 
Thomas Cissom' . 
Isabella relicta Willelmi . 
Matilda Waid* . 
Adam del More 
Matilda de Hope . 

Summa— iz.t. iiij.cf, 



Wyke. 

Johannes fFemele^ Carp€ntar\ k 

▼jT . . . . 
Hugo Lucas, Ctssor, k vtC 
Thomas de Stones k vx"* . 
Nioholaus Colier* k yjT 
Willelmus de Clowe k vsT . 
Ricardus Colier k y:C . 
Johannes del Hill' k yiC . 
Willelmus Dyconet & yx"^ 
Ricaixlus Chipyndale k vx*^ 
WiUelmus Colier k t^ 
Ricardus Sohaphird* k t^" 
Johannes de ffemelee . 
Maigeria de ffemelee 
Magota filia Johannis .' 

Summa — y.s. 



(Membrane 36, culumn 2.) 

Caluerlat. 

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& vjf 

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Johannes de Presthorp* k v^ 
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Walterus CossoB. k yjC 
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Willelmus fiUus Walteri 
Magota Walkei^ . 
Isabella Spenser^ 
Johanna Nuiis . 
AUda Walkei" 
Johannes MUner . 
Alicia Milner . 
Dyota Batty 
Johannes Wr(i)gh' . 
Thomas Whiteacre 
Johanna Webster* . 
Beatrix Harper^ . 
Mariota Webster* . 
Elena Harper* 

Summa — ^xxz.«. iiij.cf. 



KOBTHBIRILL.' 

Robertus de Kewall' k y£ 
Thomas de Brytby k y:C . 
Johannes Mareschair k vx" 
Willelmus Rausofi k yx" 
Johannes de Bryteby k yjC 
Adam de Websay k yx" 
Thomas Walker* k vx" . 
Johannes de Wode k yx" . 
Ricardus Rycroft k vx" . 
Willelmus Chapman k y^T . 
Johannes Delrodes k ysT . 
Willelmus de Lyntthewayt 

vX • • • • • 

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Ricardus de Wybsay k yx* . 
Thomas de Lyntwayt k vx" 
Ricardus de Brunlay k yx" . 
WiUelmus Chapman k yjC 
Thomas de Wybsay . 
WiUelmus de Bretteby . 
Alicia filia Ade . 
Johannes Joneman . 
Mai^reta de Rycroft*. 
Johanna seruiens Roberti 
Johannes seruiens Roberti . 
Summa — ^riij-i. 



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WAPPEKTAOIUM DE MOfiLAT. 



289 



LOITEHOUBS. 

JohannM Hypnim, MerecUcr, k y^" 
Johannefl Cokhill' k vx* 
Thomas Qanyir & yiT . 
Johannes del Hair & tjT 
Willelmus Turnur & yjC . . . 
WiUemus WrycgV {tic), i vsT . 
Johannes Spyfe &y^ 

J \ Johannes de Cokhill' & vx* . 

^ ( Thomas fiUus Kicholai k vx" 
j Johannes Kogger' & vx" 

" } Thomas Spyfe & vx" 
Robertus Talour & vx" 
Thomas del Wollchouse k vx" 
AdamBatemaA . . . . 
Adam filius Robert! . . 

EmmaWrjght' . . . . 
AUeU de Holkek' . . . . 
Elisabeths de Cokhill'. 
Johannes ffynche . ... 
RieaidnsdeSutill' 
WlUelmos de Uiprom . . 

Thomas Spyfe . . . . 
Matilda seruiens Willelmi . . 
Summs — ^viij.!. iiij.tf. 



Sktrcotes. 

Hugo de Conlay, Cisior, k rz" 
Robertus del Dene k vx" 
WUlehnos del Best' & vsT . 
Johannes de Northend' k \rC 
Johannes del Hire k vx" 
Ricardus Day k vx" 
Robertus de Borles k vx" 
Johannes de Northall* Sl vx" 
Mai^gareta filia Johannis 
Maigeria de BakhaU' 
Margeria de BakhaU*, junior 
Hugo de Northash' 
Margeria de Bankhouse 
Maigeris Smyth* 
Cedlia de Coplay 
Hewicua Smyth* 

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WiUehnus KirkmaA k vx" 
Adam Talnas & vx" ' 
Thonutv Altoftes ft vx" . 
Robertus Ayre & v^T . 
Ricardus Altoftes k vx" . 
Robertus Milner k vx" 



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Johannes Blathoft k vsT 
Willelmus de Crauefl k vx" . 
Jonannes Mareschall' k vi* . 
Johannes de Hemyngway k vx" 
Willelmus Childe, junior, k viC 
Thomas Andrews k riC 
Thomas Popilwell' k vx" 
Jonannes Leche k vif . 
Willelmus HansoA k vjf 
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Thomas de Spen k vx" 
WiUelmus filius Willehni 
Agnes de Tofthagh* 
Johannes filius Johannis 
Thomas Alius Thome 
Thomas Maaoft . 
Alicia filia Johannit 
Willelmus filius Johannid 
Magota de Hslnysbire 
Magota Hunter . 
Agnes ffoz 
Matilda Ayci^ 
Matilds Hunter 
Alicis fills Robert! 
Alicia Qlia WUIelmi 
Thomas Wybsay. 

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Jt vx" 
Adsm de Hertlay k vjT . 
Henricus de AUertofi k t:C 
Willelmus Smyth' k viT . 
Johannes MagsoA k yf 
Robertus de Wy ttenay k vx" 
Johannes de Bynnes A vx" 
Johsnnes Dnghty k rf . 
Johannes del More k riT 
WiUelmus de AUertoft k viT 
Ricardus de Picfakeleys k TiT 
Robertus del More k vx" 
Hicsrdus fiUus Wfllekni k r^ 
liobertus de Holmes k yiT 
Robertus Adooksob k vjf • 
Jobsnnes Judsofi k riT . 
WiUelmus fiUus RobsrU k nC 
Johannes fiUus Roberti k vjT 
Adam Sootte & vif . . 
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Adam atte Yate k vx*. 
Willelmus BuU' & vx" . 
RobertuB OUerhede & viT 
% ohannes de Kirk & yiC . 
Magota del Kirk . 
Alicia de Oulsnayp' 
Cecilia filia ejus . 
Agnes filiaWilielmi 
Johannes de Helwyk . 
Robertus de Sugdeii 
Willelmus de Banke . 
Nicbolaus filius Radulphi 
Robertus del Elirke 
Ellas de Northenes . 
Johannes Dughty 
Johannes de Waldesworth* 
Willelmus del More 
Siephanus de Pykedlegfaes 
Johannes Adcok . 
Matilda Wjteacres . 

Summa — xiiij.^. 



Batelat. 

Domina Alicia ffinchedene, Dame 

de Chiualeri 
Johannes de Coplay, Esquier, & 

V3f . . . . vj.». 

Johannes de Kirk ft yiT 
Johannes de Helay & yiC 
Johannes Milner & vx" . 
Henricus Hobsofii & v^T 
Johannes de Helay & vx*^ 
Thomas de Wodosofi & tt' 
Thomas de Kerlynghawe & vx" 
Willelmus White ft vjT 
Johannes de ffekesby & nC 
Hugo Couper & viT 
Ricardus de Kerlynghaw & vx" 
Adam de WodosoA & v^ 
Willelmus de ffinchedeii & wyC 
Henricus de Daltoii & yx~ 
Willelmus Lamhird* & vx" 
Johannes de RothewelV & yjC 
Johannes Broune & vx" . 
Magota de Batelay 
Henricus Spine 
Agnes de Wyttelay 
Willelmus de Soureby 
WiUehnus Hird' . 
Johannes Couper^ . 
Margeria Couper . 
Johannes Tumur* . 
Robertus Scotte . 
Johannes Kerlynghawe 
Alicia Kerlynghawe 
Johannes Plum 
Isabella Wodosom* 
Alicia Wodosom' . 



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Isabella de Batelay 
Agnes del Schapell' 
Cecilia ancilla domini ^ 
Johanna Gilleeland' 
Willelmus Tare . 
Johanna Milner 

Summa — xxxix.«. 



(Membrane 866, column 1.) 

SCHKLFB. 



Thomas de Wyke & vx" 
Willelmus Carter &. vaf . 
Thomas de Bentelay . 
Robertus Hare & vx** 
Willelmus de Deuen & vx"* 
Adam Wilsofi & vx" 
Ricardus de Carre ft vx*" 
Johannes Dicsoft ft vx" . 
Robertus Carter ft vf" 
Magota de Dene 

Summa — ^iij.f. iiij.<2. 



Elakd*. 
Johannes Seyuyll', Chiualer, ft 

vx 

Henricus de Langfeld*, ffranklayn, 

ft vx"* . . . . iij.». 
Robertus de Slay, Marchaunt^ ft 

vx" .....* 
Adam del Haeh', Taloar, ft vx^ . 
Johannes de Helistones, fferror, 

& vx" 

Ricardus de Helistones, Carpenter, 

& vx • • • ■ • • 
Hugo filius Stephani, Webiter, ft 

vjT 

Thomas de Slay ft vx" . . . 
Willelmus Shalunhare ft vx" 
Willelmus Thrift' ft vx"* . 
Willehnus fiUus Willelmi & vx" . 
WiUelmus Cowhird' ft vx" . . 
Adam Litster' ft vx" . 
Willelmus filius Ade & vx" 
Willelmus WhithiU' ft vx" 
Rogerus Cowhird' ft vx" 
Hugo Milner* ft vx" . 
Adam de Monthoile ft vx" 
Thomasyn ft vx" (tic) . 
Johannes de Hanlay ft vx" 
Johannes Nichol ft vx" 
Willelmus de Crossland' & vx* 
Johannes Lystei' ft yyC 
Thomas Hird' ft vx" 
Willelmus Rayner ft vx" 



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WAPPBNTAGIUM DB MORLAY. 



291 



WillelmiM Wataofi k nC 
Thomas Clerksoft k viT 
Johannea Palfrayman k tx" 
Johannea L^er ft t^ 
Jofaanuea Bialioaoft ft tiT 
Johannea de Brinaair ft yiC . 
Alicia de Croaaoj Webater 
laabelladeCroeae, Wel^sier 
Willehnua de Hetofi, MarcKamV 
Johannea Sayuyll' . 
fiimoii de Qiiittelay 
Johanna de MeraMdefi 
Magota de Cliftofl 
Johannea de Romburgh* 
Thomaa de MoUe 
Badulphoade Rathedall* 
Stephanua de Coplay 
Johannea de Crauefl 
Robertua de Dethum 
Johanna Walkei^ 
Johannea Milner . 
laabella de Anley . 
Johannea de Anley 
Alicia relicta Walteri 
Alicia de Berwik' 
Alicia CoKhird' 
Hugo ffoz . 
Ma^Ha de TarltoA . 
Johannea filiua Johannia 
WiUelmua filiua Johannia 
Johanna filia Johannia 
Haiilda Piper . 
Alicia Brawater . 
Agnea Cowhird' 
Alicia filia 8utoria 
Adam de Mirfeld' . 

Summa— xIt^. iiij.rf. 



Haktsobaji. 

Dioniaiua de Hanyngham . 
Johannea de Northorp* ft rC 
Johannea de Sthelwra ft v^T 
Adun atto Tate ft tx"" 
^VnUelmoa filiua Ricardi ft tC 
Adam fflimighair ft tx^ 
Robertua fiiua WiUehni ft tx*^ 
Robertua atte Yate ft rC 
Agam relicta Scerlonia 
Maigeria Curtaya . 
Johannea filiua Robert! 
Alicia filia Roberti . 
WillelmuB fiUua Ada . 

Summa—iiij^. iiij.d 



OfXUIDElf'. 

Rieardua filiua llathei, Mercolor, 
S vX • • • • • 
Willehnua HanaoA ft vx" 
Robertua del Wode ft Tz* . 
Henricua Brodle ft raT • 



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Thomaa de Sundirland' ft tx** . iiij.cf . 

WiUelmua Brimahint ft v^ . . uU-c^* 

Johannea Mawde ft tsT iiij.ci. 

Johannea de llkyngworth' ft vx*^ . m}.d, 

Johannea Haldeworih' ft yx" . iiij.<i. 

Rieardua de Scholket ft T3f . . iiij.ct. 

Johannea filiua Ricardi ft y:C . iiij.^. 

Johannea de lUyngworth' ft Yx* . iiij.(f. 

Robertua de Parya ft viT . . iiij.<<. 

Johannea de Northend' ft yx'" . iWyd, 

Johannea de Hala ft viT . . . iiij.<2. 

Johannea filiua Johannia ft tx** . iiij.f/. 

Johannea filiua Willelmi ft vx" . iiij.(2. 

Alicia relicta Elie * . m].d» 

Johannes filiua Thome . . . iiij.<2. 

Thomaa filiua Johannia . myd, 

Johannea filiua Henrici . . . iiij.(i. 

Thomaa filiua Johannia iiij.c^. 

Margareta filia Willelmi . . myd, 

Ricwdua filiua Ricardi. . iiij.if . 
Summa— Tiij.!. ynyd. 



(Slembrane 366, column 2.) 

BouLToa'. 

Quia nemo eat manena in eadem YiUa — 
niohil inde — nee fuit a tempore con- 
oeaaionia prediote, nee hue uaque. 



CLaTTOH*. 

Johannea del Holyna ft r^ . 
Adam Juwete ft rif 
WiUelmua Mortimer^ ft tx" . 
Robertua de Bentelay ft tx"* . 
WUlelmua del Holyna ft rx*" 
WUlehnua de WyndehUl' ft rx" 
Johannea de Claytofi ft Tx" . 
Matilda del Holyna. 
Johannea Jowete . 
Agnea do Beotlay . 
Thomaa Webbea 
Alicia del Holyna . 

Summa — ^iiij.a. 



BABKWr.AWP*. 

WiUelmua de Wodhed', Car 

piHter, ft TiT . . • . 
Johannea Borkealand', nuar, ft 



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Will«lmu8 de Connall* ft TiT 
Henricua de Uodland' ft T^ « 
Henricua fialdvngworth* ft t:^ 
Oulfridua de Holrode ft T3f . 
Johannea Hayno ft T:ir 
Henricua fiUua Roberti ft T^ . 
Adam (SUdyngworth* . 



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292 



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Robertus del Ileye & nt . . iiij.^. 

Robertufl de Rayneland' & vx*" uiyd. 

Johannes de Rayneland* k, vx" . iii j d. 

BicarduB de ffaldingworth' & vx*" . iiiyd. 

Johannes de Glendhill' & vx . . iiij.ef. 

Agnes de Qodlaf . . . iiij.c^. 

Johannes de Bodhomlay . . . iiiyd. 

Haxigareta ffaldyngworth' . iiij.d. 

Magota de Bank . . . . iiij.fi^. 

Johannes de ffiildyngworth* . . mj.d. 
Summa — vij.!. m}.d. 



Hepmunwtk.* 

Thomas Stodlay k tx" . 
Johannes del Stone dc vx"" . 
Kicardua AVryght* k tx* . 
Willelmus Lyster k yjC • 
Johannes del Rode k vx*^ 
Johannes de Popiwell' k vx"' . 
Johannes Coke k v^ 
Matilda Milner . 
Robertas l^keler* 
Elizabetha de Whetlay 
Isota Layth' . 
Ricardus filius Johannis 
Kmma filia Willelmi 
Isabella filia Roberti . 

Summa — liij.^. viij.^. 



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GOUERSALL*. 

'Willelmus de Popelay, fira 

k viC .... 
Johannes del Stones k xsT 
£lias de Britton k vjT 
Willelmus de Gomersall' k 
Nicholaus Wyse k tx" 
Ricardus Couper k vf . 
Willelmus Speght' k vt* 
Johannes Gaythird' k tx** 
Ricardus Morissofi k yjC 
Johannes Attetof tes k vx 
Robertus Bewas k vx^ 
Johannes Talour k yiC . 
Johannes del Hall* k tsT 
Johannes Longe k yiC . 
Robertus Morissoft & vsT 
Johannes Why tlay k v:C . 
Robertus Pyper k vx"*. 
Johannes Bumewell' k vx" 
Johannes Chapmafl k yx 
Robertus Tumur k vx" . 
Willelmus Walker' k vx" 
Johannes Emsoii k ytT . 
Johanna del Schagh' . 
Agnes Hawdoghter 



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Radulphus del Schagh' 
Ricardus Dier* 
Ricardus Britton . 
Matilda Speght' 
Hugo Speght' 
Willelmus Kirkyngschagh' 
Robertus Popelaymail . 
Willelmus Kape 
Johannes Persy . 
Johannes BylL 
Anota Manar* 
Johanna Semater* . 
Isabella Swranland* 
Rogerus Kape . 
Matilda Rose 
Alicia de Brittefi . 

Summa — ^xvij.«, 



Staynklakd*. 

Ricardus del Wall', Cisaor,kY£' 
Ricardus Archer', Carptnter, k 

V Jk « • • • • 4 

Willelmus de Stanlaad', <Sii(tor, 

&vjr .... 

Johannes Jagher' k vx" . 
Johannes de Beestonland' k vx" 
Ricardus Rydyng' k ytl . . 
lUcarduB de Gledhiir k y£ . 
Willelmus de Stoneland' k vx" 
Thomas de Gledhill' &»vjr . 
Johannes Bendwritht* k vx" 
Nicholaus de London k vif . 
Ricardus ffaber' k vjT . 
Henricus Maldsofi k vx" . . 
Ricardus Maldsoft k vaT . 
Johannes de Lyndelay k YiC 
Johannes Walker' . 
Ricardus Holwath' 
Johannes Bersay . 

Summa — ^vj.*. vj.rf. 



(Membrane 366, column 3.) 

BOLLYKO*.® 



Johannes de BoUyng' Esq 

k v^f .... 
Juhauucs de fifeldhouse k vx" 
Johannes de Hetofi k vx" . 
Robertus de Hetoii k vx" 
Robertus de Newall' k y:C . 
Johannes le AVryght' k vx" 
Willelmus le Wryght' k vx" 
Johannes Byrill' k vx" . 
Rogerus Milner k vx" . 
Ricardus de Cordonlay k vx" 



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Le. Bowling. 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB MORLAT. 



293 



Johaonea de Elyngwoiih* k yjT . m}.d, 

Joluuines Ada ic t^ . mj.d 

ThoiDM Bower* & t^ . . . iiiyd. 

ICargftreU de DynUy . • mj.d, 

WUlelmuB del HaU' . . . uij.rf. 

TbomM filius Johannia . uiyd. 

Robertue Wryght' . . . iiiyd. 

Johanoei de Ueylelee . . iiij.rZ. 

Agnes de Bljngworth* . . • iiij.r/. 

Haigeri* de Binll* . . . myd, 
Summa — ^xiij^. 



LXU£R8T0*.7 

Johannes KeujU\ Eaquier', & nf 
Johannes de Leuenig*, (Huor, k 

tC . . . . zij.<f. 

Johannes Walkester, Ftdlo, k vx . vj.</. 

Willelmus del Spen k vjT , . iiij.cf. 

Johannes Bethebroke k vxT . . myd, 

Thomas atte Weir & vaT . . nij.d. 

Ricardos de ffcrnelay ky^" . . iiij.tf. 

Waltenis Itogger k tiC . iiij.</. 

Robertus Schephird* k tiC . . iiij.<i. 

Thomas Halomachire k y^. itij.rf. 

Thomas fforester k y^" . . . inyd, 

Johannes Itagger* k vjC iiij.<f. 

Johannes Isaud* & nC- . . iiij.ef. 

Ricardus de I^kioA k nC . iu}.d, 

Thonus Walker* ft vx** . . . iui.d, 

Thomas del Hall* ft viT . uiyd, 

lUcardus de Whlitelay ft Tx* . . in\.d, 

Johannes Blakeubume ft viT ilij.^^. 

Johannes de Kyghelay ft vx*^ . . iiij.(/. 

Johannes de Wbittelay ft viT . iuj.d. 

Johannes de MorUy ft vx . . iiijy/. 

Johannes de Ifoumays iiiyd. 

Thomas Elismafi . « iiiyd, 

Rpgerus loe .... iayd. 

Thomas de Loktofi . iiij.(/. 

WUlelmus de Loktofi . . lu^.d. 

Thomas de KygheLiy . . liiyd. 
Summa — zxix.^. y}d. 



HoRTOa* in Bradforthdale. 

Thomas filtus Roger!, Mercator, 

ft TX* xij.'/. 

Ricardus de Skircote ft tx** . . iilyd, 

Rogenis 61ius Kogeri ft vx** . iiij.<f. 

Thomss del Bryg* ft vx" . . . iii'yd. 

Willelmus Leina& ft nT . iuj.d. 

Johannes de Wodehall' ft vx* . . iiij.(/. 

Thomas filius QUberU ft viT . iiiyd, 

Johannes filius Ade ft tiT . . iiiyd, 

Thomas Uathea ft vT. . uiyd. 

Willelmus flUus Robert! ft vx*. . iiiyd. 

Willelmus llawmerode ft vx** . iiiyd. 



Thomas Gabriell' ft yiC . 
Thomas Hunsselet ft vx 
Johannes de Holyns ft v^ 
Johannes de Kewall' ft v:^ . 
Willelmus Hawmunrode ft vx^ 
Thomas filius Willelmi ft vx" 
Alicia filia Rogeri . 
Anabella Lenmaft 
Alicia filia Johanms 
Agnes filia Johannis . 
Eua Hachoii . 
Johannes aeruiens Thome 
Johannes de Bryg* . 

Summa — viijjr. viij.<2. 



MiDILTOa*. 

Thomas del Lee, fTranklafi, ft 

vx" iij.#. 

Johannes Mokessofi ft vx** 
Kogems Popet ft vx" . 
Johannes Milner ft vx" . 
Adam filius Agnetis ft vjf 
Johannes do Erdeskw ft^ysT 
Johannes del Kychjn ft vx" 
Johannes de Bowes ft viC 
Johannes de Pole ft vx" 
Ricardus de (Tentoli ft vx" 
Johannes Stomir^ ft vx" 
Radulphus 5^myth* ft \:C 
Willelmus de Tonge ft vsT 
Hugo Tasker* ft vf . 
Adam de Cliftoft ft vx" 
Henricus ftox ft vx 
Willelmus de Eriplay ft vjf 
Willelmus Cassoh ft vx" . 
Alicia Kurys 
Willelmus Popet . 
Johanna de Ardeslawe 
Oliua filia Ade 
Isabella Ingeland' 
Johanna Bromelay • 
Johanna Cowhird 

Sumnu — xys» iiij.^ 



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Johannes fTeroui^ ft vx . . . iig.cf. 

Thomaa Aepiherd' ft vf . . iiij.cf. 

Willelmus de Cakelee ft vjT . • iiij.d 

Johannes Bruune ft vx" . . iiijtd. 



(Membrane 87, column 1.) 

Johannes Grayfson ft vx" . . ilij.^. 
Robertus Tomsou ft vx* . . iiij.(i. 



/.e. Livenedgtt. 



291 



WAPPBNTAQIUM DB MORLAY. 



Adam del Hall' k yjT . 
Kicardas Beways Sc vx 
Johannes Biriir k ttT* . 
WiUelmua Schiphird' & vx" 
Johannes de Huoslet & vjC 
Willelmus Wild' &; vx" 
Johannes Milner & v^ . 
Thomas de Holme & yxT 
Johannes Webster & yjC . 
Willelmus Jonesoli & yx* 
Johannes del Lee . 
Willelmus Milner 

Summa — yys. 



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Johannes Lascy, firanklafi, & yjT 

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Johannes Eglessay, dswr, Sc vx" . 
Johannes de Haleworth*, Sutor, 
k yjC ..... 
Ricardus Pek', Fahtr, k vi" . . 
Willehnus Walker* & vsT . 
Johannes Hotes k yx~ . . 

Willelmus Hemyngway k viT' 
Johannes de Barowchag' k vx" 
Robertus Isaud' k yiT . 
Adam de Clayrod' k vx"* . . . 
Ricardus Oybsoli k viC 
Johannes Staneland' k yiT . . 
Robertus Hansofi k yjC 
Robertus Otessofi k vjC . . . 
Johannes Hemyngway k viT 
Johannes Tilly k tsT . . . 
Willelmus de SouthcUf ' & vx" . 
Johannes Pakoc k vx" . . . 
Thomas Wyndebank kviT . 
Ricardus de Haldeworth' k vx . 
Johanna SibsofLwif' 
Margeria de Louth' . . 

Agnes Qibdoghter 

Summa — xj.*. vj.rf. 



Rtssbwobth*.' 
Johannes de Godlay, Ci88(n; 

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Johannes de Studlay, Sutor, 
vjf ..... 
Adam Moslendefi k yjl 
Johannes de Snap' k yx 
Willelmus de Bothe & TX*" . 
Thomas Northland' k yjC 
Willelmus Bubwyth' k vjT . 
Willelmus de Bouthom' k viC . 
Thomas Ck)uper kyiC , 



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Adam Judsoft k y:C 
Johannes Haunesoli k y£ . 
Thomas Birthe & tx~ . 
Willelmus de Womwell' k vx~ 
Johannes de Moslendeft k y£ 
Thomas filius Galfridi 
Johannes Qodlay . 
Henricus de Qodlay . 
Thomas de Woumewall' . 
Matilda Bouthworth' . 
Ricardus Renar^ 
Beatrix Renar' 
Ricardus Bouthom' 
Elizabetha Harper 
Alicia Couper . 
Johanna del Hall' 
Thomas Smyth' 
Johanna Stutlay-/ 
Johanna filia Johannis 

Summa — x.#. iiij.(f. 



Wabbillat.' 

Thomas Betk k tx" . 
Ricardus del Den k y:C 
Johannes de Otes k vsT . 
Ricardus Qrwdar' k vx*" 
Willelmus Jaksoii kyjT . 
Thomas Dowell' kYjC. 
Ricardus Bryg^ k yiC 
Thomas Holdefeld' k t^ . 
Willelmus Judsofi k-YiT 
Adam Arusmyth' k yiC 
Johannes Mergretrode k yx" 
Ricardus Pagot k ytC . 
Radulphus Pele & vf" 
Johannes Inesoli k Vx*" 
Thomas Brokesbank' k y^" 
Johannes Mohand' k yiC 
Johannes Slade& k yjl" . 
Ricardus filius Johannls k vx"* 
Johannes Mohand' k yx 
Magota Holgate . 
Alicia Schephird' . 
Thomas Langbotehom' 
Willelmus Inesofi . 
Ricardus Longbotehom' 

Summa — viij.*. 



Waddeswobth'. 

Robertus de Waddesworth', MaV' 
chant', k YX . . . . 
Johannes Micbell' k ytT 
Johannes Thomas k yx • . . 
Ricardus Nelsoii k YyT 



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WAPPENTAOIUM DE MORLAY. 



295 



(Membrane 87, oolumn 2.) 



Johannes Smjth' Sc riT 
Henriens Walker* & yf* . 
Johannes filiua £Iene k vx" 
Johannes Halcom' k yx" 
WillelmuB Dobeofl k yT" 
AdamSouUiclif AviT . 
WUlelmuB Walker' k yjT 
Rieardus Schore k tx* 
Ricardus Coke k tx" . 
Willelxnus Schirwynd' k nC 
Rioanius Blohand' k r^ 
Johannes filius Ricardi k yx" 
NichoUus Holgate k viT 
Johannes Haylnes k yiC . 
Henricus Walker' k rx" 
Willelmus Dobsofl k v:C 
Agnes semiena Dobeofi 
W illelmas filius Ade 
SibiUa filia WUlelmi . 
£mma Brigge 
Johannes filius Emme 
Isabella filia Ricardi 
Johanna filia Emme 
Johanna relicta Johannia 
Isabella Bramlar . 
Johannes filius Willelmi 
Hagota relicta Ade . 
Agnes Hawdoghter • 
Johannes Hirst' 
Johanna relicta Willelmi 
Thomas filius WiUelmi . 
Rioardus filius Roberti 
WUlelmus del Hirst' . 
Summa— xiij^, 



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Jdiannesde Thong* & tjT . . mj.d. 

Willelmus de Thong* k viT . . iiij.f^. 

Thomas del Kichyn k rx*^ « . iiij.rf. 

Johannes de Thong*, junior, k vx" iiij.(l. 

Johannes de Wodhall* ft vx-* . uij.d. 

Laurencius de Eedeshiir k vx* . Uij.d. 

Ricardus de DaltoA k Taf . . myd. 

Thomas Webster kriC . iiij.</. 

Ricardus Vndtrwode &• Tx" . . iiij.ff. 

Johannes Qrayby knC . iiij.(/. 

Ricsrdus Wright' &TZ . . iiij.ti. 

Thomas seruiens Johannis . iiij.rf. 

Alicia relicta Thome • . . iixj.d. 

ICargeria filia Thome . . iiij.r/. 

Alicia filia Thome . . . iiij.c/. 

Johannes filius Johannis . myd, 

Emma fiUa Johannis . . iuyd. 

Johannes filius Ade . . iiij.<i. 

WiUelmus Orayf .... myd. 

Alicia Grayfdoghter . . iiiji/. 



Thomas Wright* 
Cristiana de Wodhall* . 
Isabella filia Thome - . 

Summa— Ty.«. Tiij.c/. 



MlOKULT.'^ 

Johannes de Dente, TexUfr, k tx" 
Johannes Migeslav, Oufor, k tx 
Johannes de Burgh* & tx* . 
Ricardus Culpofl k rx" • . . 
Ricardus Okes k yf • 
Thomas Dikonsofl kyiT , 
Ricardus LemanshiU' ft tiT . 
Rioardus de Saltonstall' ft viT . 
Johannes Schephird' ft yjf . 
Johannes Psget ft TsT . . 

Alexander de Womewall* ft yiT . 
Ricardus de Miglay ft yiT . 
Robertus fflether* ft vjT . 
Thomas del Tounc^end* ft nT 
Thomss de Dent ft Yif . 
Johannes del Okes ft tsT 
WUlelmus de Waldesworth' 
Ricardus de Migedaj 
Alicia filia Johimnis . 
Blatilda de Waldworth' . . . 
MatUda filia RoberU . 

Summa — Tij.s. iiij.(l. 



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II 



Willelmus ^e Lytheiyng ft rx" 
AnabUla filia Willelmi 
IfagoU filia WiUelmi 

Summa -*xijaf. 



Halepax. 

WiUelmus filius Henrid ft nC 
Thomas Louels ft viT . 
Otes de Haworth* ft tC . 
Henricus de Ualworth' ft tC 
Johannes Otasoft ft vf . 
Robertus Lyster ft rjT 
Thomas de Clif ft yjT 
Johannes del Wro ft tx" 
Johannes filius Qilberti ft vx" 
Ricardus Abbot ft t^ 
Ricardus de Bothom* ft t:^ 
Rieardus fiUus Roberti ft tx" 
Johannes del Boghs ft tx" 
Johannes SmythBofi ft tx* . 
Johannes Milner ft nC 
Johannes ffraunsays ft tx" . 



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206 



WAPPBNTAGIDH DE MOELAY. 



fiieuduB ie Grenawod' t vz" . . iUj-d 

Thomu de QreDewod' ft Tz" . iiij-d. 

Ricardua da Hint' & Ti~. . . iiij.d. 

Tbomu de Qrsnewod' h, Ti~ . iiij.d. 

Badul[.liU8 Milner ft v^ , . , iiij.rf. 

WUIelmiudelSchkgh'l.vi'' . iiij.'/. 



(Uembnna 37, column 3.) 

RobertuB do Bryg" & Ti" 
Willelmku HicheU' t vr 
JohuiDce Clerk ft tiT . 
Bobertiu de OaendeA 
Johuuiea £Kui Johuin 
AUciii relictk Robsrti 
MugBreto de RauemUire 
Johanna <Ia Ifuirtob 
CecilU de Deft . 
Thomna de Orenein>d' 
Kic&rdiu de Stodlaj . 
Johanna filia WaUeri 
Johanna Harper . 
MagoU Uichell' . 
Cecilia deSchakelUiS . 
Elena de Bere 

Summa— liJA 



ilarchawit < 



I Juhinnei de Schoro 

ftti- . 
I Willelmui d« Btaan- 
( feld' 1 TX 

Johannei de Elstwode ft v 

Adam de Schora ft vt~ 

llicardiu de Uerkelslay jc 

Willttlmui H erkl>7 ft vx" 

WiUelmua filiua Kicardi ft v^ 

Thomas Pendaunt ft v^ 

Thum.iB Qroeaeleja ft vi" 

Johannes Groslca ft vjf 

WillelmuB Spenaer* ft ti~ 

Willelmui Mokocsoil ft nT 

Johannes VtUy ft yi" 

Kogerus Tumour ft tjT 

Willelmus fliiua Ade ft tz" 

Adam Wryght'&Ti-. 

Rioardus Grenehirat & Ti" . 

Kogerus de Estwode ft vx~ 

HenricusDobsofiftTi'' , 

llicnrdua Hnrper ft v^ 

Iticirdns GliuB Willelml k vx" 

Johannes seniiens JahaooU 

Agnes de Corhrygh' 

Matilda Uerlay . 

Klena Cronle . 

Johannes HomeeUf . 

llargaretn Tumour . 

Wiltelmus Herlaj 

MagotaCoka . 

Matilda Tumour 

Johannw Gliiu Petri 



Robertui Uydop . . . 


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Johannes Qibaofi 


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Haigeria del More . 


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Willelmui Ertwode . 


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WillahnusGliua Hernia 


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iiijd. 


Elena Harper . . . 


iiij.d. 


RinrduidelHonafair . 


iiij.rf. 


Cecilia Estirode . . - 


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iiij.<t. 


Sumnia— IT.*. rUj.rf. 





Wmalmm Holgate ft tiT 
Thomas Brig' ft tjT . 
Johannes llon&JI' ft vi" 
Adam del Botbe ft T^ 
n'jllelmiu Cutilstede ft ti~ 
Robertui Lawe ft vx" . 
RioaHus RidyDg* ft vx" . 
Jobanoea Hertlay ft vf 
Willehuoa Stune ft y£ . 
Hugo Clerkaoii ft tx' . 
WiUelmuB ClerksoG ft n' 
Willelmus Holgate, junior 
Margeria filia Willelmi 
WiQelmuB Gliua Henrici 
Johanna Ldwe 
Hargareta seruiou Bicardi 
Uai^ena del Bothe 
Agnes Kirkeechdgli' 
Margeria iilia Agnetis 
Johanna fila Agnetia ■ 
Agnee Langfeld' 

' Hird' . 

Summa — Tij.1. iiij. 



Rutuie'. 

TboDus GliuaJulisoeft v:^. 
Jobanne* Wodehouse ft tx~ 
Johanne* Stokkeg' ft vi~ . 
Johannes de TutiU ft r^ 
VTillelmus Tinghill' ft vx~ . 
Henricua Alisaundr' ft tjT 
Willelmus Scheplay ft T^ . 
Iticardus Butrode ft Tf . 
Hobertu* Bull' ft tiT . 
Johonnee Hauneaofi ft tx' 
Johanneadel ffirth' ft t^ 
Henricua HalinaoQ ft tx" 
HeDricua ffox . 
Alicia del HaU' . 
UargcrU Walker* . 
Willelmua Alynsofi 
Isaballa de Scheplaj 
Beatrix fiUa Johannis - 
Johanika Glia Johaitnu 

Summa — vj.«. iiij.t'. 



WAPPENTAQIUM DB MOULAY. 



297 



Robertua del Scbag*, AfaretUor, k 

TX" 

WiUelmut da ff«m«Iee knT , . 
AdAm do ffemelee Sc tx" 

WiUelmusTMker'&Tx". . . 

Adam filiiu Rogeii ft tsT . • 

KichoUua filitu Thome krx , • 
Roberius filiue Uenrid ft tx* 



(^embraae 87(, column I.) 

Thomas del Hall' ft tx" 
Johannea Qwarell' ft rx 
Robertua Haateles ft vsT 
Johannea NutUdiirat ft tx" 
WiUelmua de Schagh* ft \x 
Rieardua Hawred' ft t^ . 
WUlelmua Lyggard' ft vx* , 
WiUelmua Hawred' ft tsT 
Johannea de Meacheland' ft t^ 
Oalfridua Milner ft y^ 
Johinnea Preataoft ftyx". 
Adam de Qaenwall' ft y:C . 
Adam del Sykea ft Tx"^ . 
WiUelmua Wryglcgh' ft vjC 
Robertas del Platte ft nT, . 
Adam le Prestaofi ft w^, . 
Johannea Spenser' ft rf 
Johanoea fforthe ft tjT . 
Adam Kirkeyerde ft vjT . 
Robertua del Scholler* ft vx* 
Johannea Dakestomafi ft vx"^ 
Johanoea de ffeldehend' ft vx*" 
WiUelmua de Orandefl *' ft vjT, 
Thomas de Brerlay ft 
Rogenis del Sykes ft vx" 
MagotA de Lees . 
Magota rt'lieta Rogeri 
CeciUa filia Magote 
Johannes fi litis Ade 
Elena filiA Ade • 
Klcna de CrottoA 
Thomas filius Stephoni 
Alicia relicts Thome 
Johannes del Schagh' 
Mat.Ma Hobdogter . 
Alicia Nuttehirst 
Robertua de ffemelee 
Cecilia de ffemelee 
Rolwrtus Hawrad' . 
Adam de Quenwall* 
Thomas de QueninJl* 
Thomas filins Ade 
Robertus del Platto 
Johanna Benetdogt«sr 



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Kicholaus Knarre . 
Robertua de HiU' 
Anota del Deft 
Johannea seruiena Johannis 
Johannea Brerlay . 

Summa— xix.f. viij.^. 



Bbadeforth'. 

WiUelmua Burgee, JlotUUr, ft vx" 
Johannes Leggard', JlottiUr.kvx" 
WiUelmua de Uomeby, HoitiUr^ 

ft vx" 

Henricua Ouroune, Ciuor^ ic viC 
Thomas Walker' Fullo, ft vt 
Johannea Cok' Sutar, ft vjT 
WiUelmua fiUus Thome, Sator, ft 

vx- . . . . . 

Johannes de Hettoa, Ciaor, ft 

vx" . 
WiUelmua Dynghale, amUor (f)," 

A T^ .... 
WiUelmua Harper ft vx*^ . 
Robertua del Syke ft tx" 
Adam Michelsofi ft t^ 
Rieardua Walker* ft tT 
WUlelmua Ayell' ft Tf . 
Johannes Elya ft t^** . 
Johannes de PrsatoA ft vx** 
Rieardua Barker' ft yjT 
Johannes Maraaretft V3^ 
Johannes Clerk ft yx* . 
Johannes Milner ft riT . 
(lilbertus Chellawe ft vx" • 
WUlelmua de BultoA ft tx* 
Robertua fiUua Ricardi ft tx** 
WUlelmua fiUus WiUehni ft tx 
Hugo Kuttebroune ft tz^ 
Thomas Smyth' ft tx" 
Iticardua de Ourom' 
Johanna Webster 
Alicia filU RoberU . 
Cecilia Sclater 
AUcia Scharpe. 
Johanna Walker' 
WUlelmua Elya . 
Alida fiUa Waited 
Johanna de Bynglay 
Isabella de Prestaoft 
Dioni^ia de HortoA 
Margareta reliota Ricardi 
Kliaabetha Perkyn • 
Adam Webster . 
Margareta de Homebj . 
Alicia reUcta Rami . 
WiUelmua fiUua Johannia 



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take. 

" Quefy, ahould be •• CraDdea.* 

» This word is so bikUy written thai 



it may be either '* Cimmentariua («Va- 
»»)/• "Cinotor {OirdUr)," or"Tinctor 



298 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB MORLAY. 



CriBbiana filia Johannis 
Margeria Manyngham 
Alicia filia Juliane 
Cristiana Beruiens Willelmi 
CriBtiana filia Roberti 
Johannes BurgeB . 
Alicia filia Willelmi 
Amicia Vtt3rng^wyf 
Maigareta filia Walter! . 
JohannoB ffabe 
BobertuB BeruienB Johannia 
Thomas filiua Willelmi 
Alicia filia Thome . 
ThomaaElyB 

Johanna Beruiens Willelmi 
Alicia filia Gilberti 
Alicia filia Johannis 

Sunmia—zxiij .$. 



pfkrnblatJ* 

WiUelmus Sampsofi, Mercator, Sc 

RaginalduB BotUer' k yx* . . 
Johannes del Chapell' & yiC 
Thomas CobBofi & vx^ . . . 



(Membrane 875, column 2.) 



Johannes de Idill* & riT . 
Johaxmes de Craueii & yiC 
RobertuB Watsoft k yjT . 
Johannes de fiemelay k rx" 
Robertus del Wro k v±" . 
Johannes de Helay k vx" 
Hatheus Long k V3f 
Thomas Wymond' k V3f 
Willelmus Saunne k viT 
WiUelmus fibrester k vx" 
Johannes Rauaofi k yf 
Willelmus Hyne k viT . 
Robertus SaunnemaA 
Willelmus Bemai*d* . 
Johannes Coke 
Willelmus Milner 
Johanna seruiens Johannis 
Isabella filia Walteri . 

gumma — viij.«. 



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Johannes Smyth', Faher, k yi" . xij.(?. 
Johannes Skynner, Mercator, k 

V3f ij.*. 

Willelmus Elyssofi, Mercator, k 

vx xij.a. 



Thomas atte Tounehend' k vx" 
Johannes de Neutofi k nC 
Thomas Hanlay k vif . 
Willelmus WyUer & viT . 
WiUelmus fiUus Roger! k viC 
WUlelmus de Bercroft k vx*^ . 
Willelmus de Deusbiry k yx" 
WiUelmus del Rodes k y^" 
Adam Isser^ k vsT 
RicaiduB de Hole kYx . 
Walterus Burdofi k vx** 
Rogerus Pycard* k vx"* 
Willelmufl Talour k yjT 
Thomas de Bruse k y:C . 
WiUelmus de IdUl' & vx"* 
WUlelmus Hudson k yx 
Adam de Batelay k yx 
EliasBrode&vx" . 
WiUelmus flforester &yx* 
Thomas Suter k yx" 
Thomas WUry & yx- . 
Thomas de Wyke k yx . 
Robertus Sdater k yx 
Henricus de Calays k yx 
Rogerus Couhird' k yx 
Petrus de Armelay k yx" . 
Johannes Sampsob k yx" 
Johannes Rogger k yx* 
Johannes del HiU' k yx . 
Johannes Dytsoii k yx" 
Hugo Dowe & yx" . 
MatUda del Hole . 
Maigeria Couhird' 
AUcia Dowe . 
IsabeUa Qwithed' 
Juliana Milner 
Isabella del Hole 
Johanna Spite. 
Cristiana (^oiser' 
WUlehnus WUry . 
Thomas ffouler^ . 
Nicholaus fiUus WiUelmi 
Johannes de BUand' 
Johannes EUbboiI 
Johannes Bardoft 
Hugo de EendaU' . 

Sunmia — xix.9, uij.d. 



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Adam de Hoptoii, ffiranklan, 
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WUlelmus de Haltoft k yiT . 
Johannes de Lepto& k yx" 
Johannes Talour k yiT 
Willelmus de TimbUl' k yx" 
Rogerus de Staynbume k yx 
Alfmus Leptofiman k yx" 
Alicia Qoderd* . 



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WAPPENTAGIUK DE MORLAT. 



Beatrix fills AlicM .... mj.d 



JohaDDM LeptoftmaA 
IfargDPeta saniiens Leptofl 
Johaimes da Leptoft junior . 
JohaimM da SUynburfi . 

SumiDA — ^zj.#. in},d. 



rr AB8ELAT. 

Hanrieai da RotliaUy Sl y^ 
Jolumnaa da BagUy Sc tiT 
WUlalmiu Coataaoft ic yxT 
Johaonaa da Saoara k. tjT 
Ricardua Coupar Sl nC 
Alicia ralioU Joluuiiui . 
Alicia aamlana Alicia • 
Emma Alia Johannia 
Johauiea filiua Willelmi 
Bainaldua ftliua Willalmi 
Thomaa Coupar . 

Somma — ^iij.#. Tiij.(f. 



BEisToa'. 
Badulphoa da Baatoft, Eaqoiar, k 

Ti* .... VJ.t, 

Rioardua fiUoa Ada & rf . 
Robartoa filiua Johannia k x:C 
Willalmua Smyth' kyrC , 
Thomaa Schirualk & tiT . 
Mathaua da Knottinglay k vx 
Thomaa del Stobai' k tz** 
Robartua Darlyng k nt 
Jdhaonea Wabatar 5c tiT . 
Adam CoUar krt . 
Adam da Loktob k Tf . 
Waltania Couhiid' k r:C . 
Robartua fforeatar k t:C, . 



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Thomaa Bm jngway k ynC 
Ricardus dal Wro k y£ 
Alazaadar da Hallari k xi 
Alanua dal Qrana k y£ 
Thomaa Cuteler* k Yi' . 
Johannaa da SUbiU* k vx" 
Staphaoua Coltar* k Yf . 
Johaunea da WygioB k yx 
Adam da SchafM k y^ . 
Willalmua Sehakdok k yx" 
Rogenia Spanaai^ k t^T . 
Johannaa Duka k yiT . 
Simofi Sawar* k rr 
Johannaa da Buriay k y:C 



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Johannaa Clark k Yf 
Hugo da Aalaby . 
Rittrdua filiua Patri 
Baatrix filU Ricardi 
Johannaa Coka 
Johannaa Sehaphird' 
Johannaa da Schaftofi 
Johannaa Cutalar* 
Johanna Cuitalar' . 
Alicia aark 

Summa- 



PODBAT. 

Thomaa da Tpiaall* k txT . 
Willalmua Kyng k y^ , 
Nioholaua da rudaaay k yiT 
Willalmua Broda ft Tx" . 
Waltarua Coka & TiT . 
Petnis da Pudaaay k y:C, 
Robartua Py card* k Yf 
Willalmua AttawaU* k txT 
Willalmua AttawaU* junior 
Johannaa Wayt k yiC . 
Johannaa Mafynaoft k yiT 
Rogarua fflayar k tiT . 
Johannaa ScUka k y£ 
Johannaa da Sutill' k Yf 
Johannaa da Hatofl k yx 
Willaknua OiUaaon k yiT 
Thomaa da Pudaaay k yx" 
Johannaa da Holcraft k yiC 
Johannaa filiua Willalmi k v^ 
Johannaa da Brann k yiC 
WUlalmua Alan k y:C, 
Willelmua Skinnar k yjT 
Thomaa da SUka k ytC 
Robartua da Lumby k nT 
Johannaa da Stauntoft k tjT 
Robartua da Rothalay 
Alicia da Rothalay 
Cadlia Broda . 
Klizabath Coka . 
AUda atta WaU* . 
Alicia raUcU Willalmi 
Alicia da UatoA 
Willalmua da TirattU* 

8ttfflina~i^.«. 



DBITBtTffOTOIl'.*' 

Johannaa DandamaA k yjT . 
Johannaa flbaaa k yiC 
Johannaa Sachar' k yiC 
Ricardua dalCroaaa k'YC 
Johannaa Spaght k yiC 
Willalmua Smyth* k Yt . 



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WAPPESTACIUM DB UOELAT. 



WillelmuB TdouriTjf 
Willalmus Dei k Tf 
RobsrtuB Ingland' & Tf. 
Willelmui IngloDd' & vjT 
Johumei Milner JE tiT 
WiUdnui DrJDbile !i v^ 
Bt>b«rtus Iiofthoiua & tC 
Tbomu Qrayfioli & *x~ . 
lUcarduB de Ley k Tf 
Thonui Geseljngl: W . 
Rin&rdui del ijpoo Jt tiT 
Thomas Bulder' i: vf . 
Willelmm MekesbuTgh' ft v: 
Johuuiea de BurUj & vf" 
Johumes Osst ^ t]^ 
Adam de Studelay . 
li&belU Judaou . 
Iwb«U&Bus . 
Agn» filia Willelml 
Thomu Driakale . 
Eenrieui Smyth' . 

SuDinu — ii.t. 



HZTOfl' IN BBATIFOBtDALE. 

Johnnne* KirkemkH & t^ . 
Adun de HaltoB k vx" , 
Willelmus de Schelei ft vif. 

Johuuiea Couper ft ti" . 

RobertuR Smyth' ft v^ 
RobertuB del Scliules ftv^ 
RiearduB de Hetu& ft r:r . 
Thomu del Itodes & vi~ 
Johtuines da Chellone. A: ti~ 
Alicift de CheUow . 
Johaniiei filiue Thome 
Alicik de Bircbew . 
Cecilift relicta Itioardi . 
Alioia Smythnif '. 
Emma de UaltoB 
JoluDDM de SUnland' 
JohannM seruieiu Thome . 
Sumnui— V.S. viij.rf. 



Sltiil'." 

Henricua de SutUI', flhmUan, ft 

ttT , . . . iii.jc. iiij.rf. 

Robeitus da ffioohedeu, Fermer', 
ftTiT iij.rf. 

Willetmaa Sehotte, Carpcnltr, ft 

(UembnmB 36, eolama 1.) 



Wfllelmm Cooper ft rf 
Bcnrioua Wyrkeky ft nT 
Johaimea da SaUll ft vC . 
Willelmui Bulle ft t^ . 
Jobannaa Schephird' ft t^ . 
WiUelmua Cbediabill' A t^ 
Willelmua Wyldebope ft W , 
Radulphus Smyth' k tx' 
JohaDDea filiua Hemic! k vx" 
Johaimea Brains ft 'nf 
JohaDDsa de Bnideford' ft viT 
Johamiea ffowcher ft tx" . 
ThoinM Swiynenoh ft vi" , 
Adam Broiina ft vi~ 
WUlelmua Wryght ft tx~ . 
Aenea de Hetofl 
Johaimea Brouae 
Menricua filiua Johannia . 



Mnrgeria Whittelay 

Jahaima de Sutill 

Itobartua filiua Willelmi . 
del Oreoa 
Kokot . 



NORTBOUROll'. 

JohaniiM WilkeaoK ft tk~ . 
JohaDuea (tic) 
RIeardua da Tinall' ft tx~ . 
Johaimea de Klaud' ft ti" 
Henijeua Milner ft Tx". 
Hogenw de Rastrig ft viC 
Rogerua da Eland' ft tX" 
UeDrioue Bat ft rC . 
JohaDDee Stroiv^ ft vf 
Thomaa Charite ft t^ . 
RicsrduB Ledebatter k tx" . 
Thomaa Aakebro ft nf . 
Johannea Drao ft tjT . 
WiUelmua de Stakelit & Ti" . 
Johannea Simeon ft tiT 
HdyaaKelarft T^ . 
Johannea de Stayneclif ft ti~ , 
JohamicB de Botliea ft'TX~ . 
Johannea de Bathes, junior, A t 
RicarduB da BiraUll' 
WiUelmua de Godlay . 
RobertUB Sclater ft vr . 
RicarduB Symaofi ft vx~ 
Alicia reliota Sjmanya . 
Isabella Hem; . 
Ricordaa de SnndirUad' . 





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WAPPEKTAQIUU D£ KORLAY. 



801 



Henricus de llysteworih^ Mer- 

eator, k vx* .... 

ThomoB de Thorp' Mereait>r, k 



Johannes de Byrket, S{c)i$9ar, & 

.X . . • • • . 

Rieaidni de Benteley, Carpaitar', 

ThoniAs de Thorp* faher, k 



Bobertus Pynder, Stttor, ft vx" 
Thomas de Birkhouse ft yjC 
Bobertus fflecher ft ▼x'" . 
Willelmus SchepUy ft Tx" . 
Adam Taloar ft T^ . 
Johannes Smyth . 
Bicardus Machoii ft tx*' . 
Thomas Tolour k nT . 
Bogeras de Hevle ft vx" . 
Bintfdtts de CUf ft tiT 



(tfembrane 38, oolnmn 2 ) 

Thomas Smyth' ft nf . . . 
WtUelmus de Huff ft TiT . 
Thomas Tilbi ft viT . . . 

Johannes 61ias Willelmi ft tx* 
Bobertus Walher ft vi~ . . . 
Bobertus 61ius WUlehni ft vx** . 
Janyn de ffraunoe ft vx" 
Johannes Yrland ft vx" . 
Bicardus del Halle ft nC 
WiUelmus fiUus Agnetis k vx" 
If aUlda de Scheplav . 
Kateiyna de Scheplay . 
Johanna de Scheplay . 
Isabella de Hachofi . 
Bicardus de Bryghouse 
Heorims del Rodehoose 
Alicia del Hill' . 
Klena de Billay 
Elena de Presteley 
Johannes de lYesteley . 
Johannes Alias Uenriot 

Summa — ^ziiij 



Albrton*. 

Johannes Crosselay ft tx" 
Adam del Appilyerd ft vx" . 
Johannes Cele ft v^ 
Adam Smyth* ft vx" . 
Thomas de GrenMsta ft vx" 
Johannes Denby ft riT 
Thomas Wyndhill' ft vx* 
Johannes Orensgate ft vx" . 
Johannes Brokesbaule ft vx 



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Johannes de Hill' ft vsT . 
Willelmus Thomeland ft vx" 
Johannes Talour ft v^ . 
Johannes Lords ft vx". 
Willelmus filius Bicardi ft tiC 
Willelmus Perys ft viT 
WiUelmus del Hell' ft nT 
Thomas del Hill' ft v:r . . 
Johannes Haueworth* ft v^ 
Henricus Wyteaore ft yi^ . 
Johannes Haue worth', junior, 

viT . . . . 
Willelmus filius Alicie ft v^ 
Johannes filius Henrici . 
Willelmus filius Henrici 
Thomas filius Henrici 
Elinbet de Wyke 
MagoU del HiU* 
Biosrdus filius Johannis 
Willelmus filius Ode 
Alicia filia Johannis 
Willelmus filius Bogeri . 
Johannes filius Bogeri 
Eua de Denbj • 
BogerusCokan . 
Wmelmus Michell' . 
Agnes Smythwyf 
Thomas seruiens Johannis 
Hsgota de AppOyerd' . 
Thomas JudsoA 
Johannes filius Thome 
Bicatdus de Thomland' . 

Summa — xiij.«. viij.rf. 



SOUBIBT. 

Wnielmas Dyeson 
Kogems fflemmyng' ft vx* 
Johannes Culpoft ft vf 
Thomas Burgh* ft vx* 
Johannes SetUl' ft yf . 
Johannes Wylde ft r£ . 
Henricus Prast ft vaT 
Johannes Inesofi ft y£ 
WiUelmus MUner ft vx" 
Thomas HUele ft vsT . 
Henricus Gartewysth {He) ft 
Johannes filius Boberti ft 
Henricus P^mll' ft viT . 
Johannes Dobsoft ft vf 
Henricus Wode ft vsT 






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Bicsrdus Paget' krT . . Uiyd. 

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802 



WAPPENTAGIUM DB MORLAY. 



HenrictiB Bothe & vsT. 
Johannes Bethewater k vt" 
Johannes Hole & tx* . 
Ricardus Rode & vx* 
Robertus Prestelay k viC 
Johannes Tounehend' k tC 
Thomas Bryg' k vx* . 
Johannes T&mas & v^ 
Johannes Haycroft' k -vjC 
Ricardus Swyft' k yx~ 
MatadA WhiUele 
Alicia Leghrode 
Custanda de Souresby 
Cecilia de Rawnlawe 
Alanus de Souresby . 
Thomas Wode 
Robertus Burgh' . 
Willelmus Hole 
AUciA Waker^ 

Summs— xij. s, yuj.d. 



Thobnstov.' 

Willelmus de Lewenthorp', ffiank 
Ian, ^Tif . . .iij 

WiUelmus Jowet k yxT 
Johumes de Hill^ k yf . 
Hugo Alderscholes k tjT 
WiUelmus Smyth' k yjT . 
Kicholaus Korre &; yiC 
Henrlcus de Bentelay k t±" 
Heniicus Fhilipsofi k v^f 
Thomas Sdater k tC 
Willelmus de Thowedeli k tjC 
Willelmus del Pikedlee k vx~ 
Willelmus Jonesoii k yiC . 
Thomas de Pikedlee k inf 
Robertus Mortune k yj^ 
Johannes Addemafi 
Johannes Elismali 
Alicia filia Roberti . 
Henricus de Pikedlee . 
Thomas filius WiUelmi . 
Rogerus Whitteacres . 
WUlelmus Addes . 

Summa — ^x.«. 



HUNDESWORTH*. 

Johannes del Crosse k vjC . 
Johannes Milner k vif . 
Thomas Thofthagh' ^kYjT 
Thomas Milner k tx*" 
Willehuus filius Galfridi k vx* 
Johannes de Wyke & vx"* 
Thomas Ine & vif 
Johannes del Scholes k vx" 



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Thomas Wybsay & viT . 
Ricardus del Scholes & vx" . 


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Johannes Jaksofi . 


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Elizabet filia Thome . 


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Johannes de Toschagh . 


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Willehnus Tyde . 


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Johannes Chaplayn 
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HUNBLET. 




Robertus £&anke, fran(kUn), k yiT xL({. 


Johannes de Qarforth' k vx 


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• •• • * 

. mj.o. 


Johannes Schephird' k vx"^ 


• •• • * 

. mj.a. 


Robertus BiUain krx. 


• ••• m 

. u^.a. 



(Membrane 385, column 1.) 



Johannes Chapmail k vx" 
Willelmus del North' k yx~ 
Ricardus Baldok k yx" . 
Johannes fflether' ^^ k tx" 
Ricardus Banastre k viT . 
Johannes Raner' k viT 
Rogerus de Kyghelay k vx 
Johannes Isabeir k rx 
Adam Abraham k r^" 
Robertus Talour k yx 
Willelmus Milner k yjC . 
Johannes del Cbambur' k yx 
Johannes Home k yiC 
Johannes del Stones k y£' 
Johannes fiEykUd' k yiC . 
Thomas Hanlay k yx , 
Robertus Kirkemati & yiC 
Johannes Dawtre k y:C 
Willelmus ffox k vx* 
Thomas de Manyngham k 
Stephanus ffiankeman k t^ 
Magota filia Roberti . 
Johanna de Garforth' 
Alicia fi^rankemaydeft . 
Matilda Spenlof 
Radulphus Talourmafi 
Matilda Brabane 
Johanna Chapman 
Johanna Dautre 
Johannes filius Roberti 



.... m 

iuj.a. 

• • • • _m 

li^.a. 

• • • • V 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 

• ■ • • « 

mj.a. 

« • • • « 

ug.a. 
mj.a. 

• •• • m 

mj.o. 

■ • • « « 

iLg.a. 

• • • * * 

mj.a. 

• •• • m 

im.a. 

• •• • m 

inj.d. 

• *• • « 

mj.a. 

• • • • » 

mj.a. 

• • • • * 

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... . • 
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• • • • m 

mj.a. 
i4).a. 
mj.a. 

mj-a. 

mj.a. 
uij.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • • • m 

mj.a. 



» Query, should be "Thoschagh*. 



^ Queiy, should be ** fflecher." 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DB MORLAY. 



803 



AgDM del SUbiU' . 
Alioi* filU Ag^eUs 
Anabilla Raynar 
MagoU f&mward' . 
TbomM Lepw' 



CUfTOM*. 

ThotDU Alyniofi, Carpenter, & 

YlC .... 

ThoiDM de Wro, Ciaaor, k rx 
Riuardua Panofl, FuUa, k yjT 
Rogerua Solier', Suhr, k riC 
Johiuinet Yenyals & yiT 
Johannea Talour k r^ . 
Adam Blakeburne k rf 
Willelmoa Smyth' k viT . 
WiUelmna Wryght' & Tx" . 
JohaniMa del Hall' k vaf 
Rioardua dal Milne k yiT 
Adam de Walachagh' k vx* 
Ricardua del Qilea k rx 
Rofferaa de Wodehonae k tx* 
WUlelmua Schephiitl* k txT 
Rogerua Talour k yiT 
WUlelmua Hunter k tC 
Johannea ffletho' ^ k 
Uagot* relicta Ricardi 
Matilda relicta Thome 
laabella Metam . 
AgneaAlayn . 
Johannea filiua Robert! 
Johannea Waldeaworth 
Adam Be^ynglegh' 
Itobertua Coke 
Thomaa fflecher* . 
Agnea Hunter 
AnahilU filia Agnetia 
laabelk filk Agnetia 
Johannea Talour . 
Johannea Talour 
Alicia Walker* . 
Elizabeth Schephird' 
AnabtUa Whxttewode 
Johannea Coecyn 

Summft~zy.#. viij.f 



li^.a. 
liij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 
iig.a. 

• •• ft • 

luj.a. 



Tj.d. 
Tj.d. 
vj.rf. 

iiij.a. 
iuj.a. 

• ■ « • « 

uij.a. 

• •• • f 

uij.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.a. 
uija. 

• • • ■ * 

mj.a. 
iuj.a. 

• • * • « 

iitj.a. 
uij.a. 
luj.a. 
mj.a. 
iiij.(i. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• ■ • • ■ 

mj.a. 
iiij.<i. 
mj.a. 
iiij.^ 
mj.a. 

• • • • « 

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• • • • m 

mj.a. 
uij.a. 

• •• ft « 

mj.a. 

• « • • • 

iuj.a. 

• • • ft • 



.... 
mj. 

• • • • 



• • • • 

mj. 

• • • • 

mj. 

*•• ft 

mj. 

• • • ft 



• • • ft 

mj. 

• ••ft 

mj.( 
iUj.( 



j.rf. 
}.d, 

\,d, 
d. 



d. 



ROTBBWKLL*.'' 

Thomaa Denyaa, MtrcaU/r hetthr 

rnm^ k tC xl.</. 

Johannea flieahewer*, Comv/rx, k 

viT xij.r/. 

Adam ffiraward*, Sbvnoroitr ^f), k 

Tx . . . . UJ.9. mj.a. 
Willelmua Mareaohall', I^her, k 

vx" TJ.d. 



^ QueiT, ahonld bo «< fflecher^.*' 

** Now Included in Agbrigg Wapentake. 

vou TI. 



Johannea Walker', FfUlo, k vf , 
Henricua Smyth', F<Aer, k yjT . 
Hadulphua Talour, Ci<wr, k v^ . 
Johannea filiua Hugonia, Sutor, k 



TX 



T}.d. 

yj.d. 
vj.d. 

vyd. 



(Membrane 38(, column 2.) 



Willelmua Shiribogh' k nC 
Johannea Blakall' k viT 
Johannea Wryght* k nT 
Ricardua de Allertofi k w:C 
Robertua del Wode k V3f 
Thomaa Bartlot k viC . 
Ricardua Syre k tx* 
Willelmua Goddeyere k yiT 
Johannea de Swyhngtofi k yx 
Johannea Cawod' k nC 
Simoft Tinkeler^ k tT . 
Ricardua de BaldintoA k v^ 
Johannea del More k vx" 
Robertua Coke k YiC • 
Willelmua Denyaa k nC . 
WiUelmua del Helifeld' k vx~ 
Willelmua Talour k nC . 
Thomaa de Thong k nC 
Willelmua de ffoaae k ttT 
Johannea del MUne k y^ 
WiUelmua Roeor ft tT . 
Ricardua de Beatofl k Yf 
Henricua Hankoc k yiC . 
Willelmua WiUeaolk k Yf 
Rogerua del Bri^ k Tif • 
WUlelmua MUner k yiT 
Willelmua filiua Hugonia k txT 
Johannea de MidUtofi k yjT 
SimoA BaUlmafl k yC . 
Johannea DawaoA k tT 
Johannea de Morlay k Yf 
Adam BateU' ft TsT . 
Johannea Hunt ft yiT 
Thomaa BateU* ft tx" . 
Thomaa Bulder' ft yiT 
Adam01if>«ftT^ 
AdamTwedeftTx . 
Radulphua Taaker* ft tiT 
Adam SawmeA ft Yf 
Robertua de Garforth' ft vx 
Johannea de UUtoA ft yiT 
Johannea de BirtoA ft tx" 
RobeKua de Lynlay ft tx* 
Thomaa de ffekeaby ft tjT 
Johannea de Thorpe ft tx** 
Johannea Ckwdra ft tx* 
Adam de CarltoA ft TX* . 
Johannea Elya ft Tf • 
Johannea de SutiU' ft tx 
Ricardua Broune ft y£ 
Henricua Couper ft Tf . 
Johannea Blakberd ft yjT 



iuj.<l. 
iiij.if. 
itij.fi. 

• •• • ■ 

mj.a. 
Uij.d. 
mj.a. 
iu}.d, 

ft •• • _m 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• ft ft • • 

uij.a. 
llij.d. 

• ft • ft • 

mj.a. 

• ft ft • M 

uij.a. 

• ft ft • M 

iuj.a. 

• • ft • • 

m).a* 
mj.a. 

• ft ft ft • 

mj.Oi 

• • ft • _• 

iuj.a. 
iuj.(f. 

• ft • ft • 

mj.a. 

• ft • ft ■ 

mj.a. 
iUj.<l. 
iui.d, 

• •• • • 

Ul}.d, 

md. 
Uii.d. 
iiij.<l. 
iuj.dL 
iuj.cf. 

• • • « ft 

mj.a. 

• ft ■ • • 

mj.a. 
iiij.ti. 
mj.a. 

• ••ft • 

iiij.a. 

• • ft • • 

uij.a. 

«• ftT ■ 

mj.a. 

• ftft ft ■ 

mj.a. 

mj.a. 

iuj.ll. 
»•• » • 
mj.a. 

iUj.^. 

Uij.<i. 

iiij.c< 

iiiud 

mj.a. 

Uij.cf. 

lUj.«l. 

uijil 

Uij.<l. 

i^.d. 



3« Query, ahould be*' Oil' 



iOi 



WAPPENTAQIUM DB MORLAY. 



WUlelmus Scharpe & vf 


• • • • « 

luj.a. 


WillelmuB Magot & vx^ 


• • • • 1 

iiij.a. 


Johannes Mariory & vx . 


• • • • 1 

mj.a. 


Henricus Hunt Sc viT . 


iilj.rf. 


Johannes Salmali k vx"' . . . 


luj.a. 


Johannes Talour k vx* 


iiij.rf. 


Thomas filius Roger! ft'Tx" 


• • • • ■ 

. mj.rf. 


Johannes de CarltoH . 


• •• • « 

. my a. 


Johannes Chapman . 


• •• • f 


Agnes Coke .... 


• • • • T 

. uij.rt. 


Elena Qamyll* .... 


• • • • y 

. mj.a. 


Johannes de Methlay . 


. mj.rt. 


Elizabetha Semster . 


■ ■ ■ • « 

. luj.d. 


Johanna Lakkoc . . * • 


. mj.rf. 


Agnes Bell* .... 


• • • • 1 

. mj.rt. 


^illelmus de Brig* 


. mj.rt. 


Matilda Chaloner' . 


• • • • Y 

. mj.rt. 


Willelmus Hancok 


■ • ■ • t 

; luj a. 


Rogerus Skynner' . 


• • • • 9 

. mj.rf. 


Johannes Rose . 


• ■ • • « 


Emma Semster 


• • • • 9 

. inj.^. 


Anahilla Talour . 


■ • • • • 

. mj.rt. 


Beatrix Carter 


. iiij.rf. 


Johannes Hasryng* 


• • • • « 

. mj.rf. 


Henricus BatmaA . 


• • • • « 

. mj.rt. 


MatUda relicta Ricardi 


• ■ • • J 

. iiij.ff. 


Emma relicta Galfridi 


mj.c/. 


Johannes,Lynlay . 


. mj.rf. 


Isabella tiokerham . 


• • • ■ f 

. iu).d. 


Hagota del West . 


. iiiyd. 


Agnes filia Rogeri . 


• • • ■ 4 

. mj.rf. 


Agnes filia Thome . 


. iu).d. 


Johannes filius Agnetis . 


• • • • 9 

. mj.a. 


Willelmus fillus Willelmi . 


• • • • « 

. mi.rt. 


RobertuB Huntsoik . 


.... . 
. mj.rt. 



(Membrane 88&i column 3.) 

Willelmus Alcoksofl . . iiij.tf. 

Agnes Grayfwyf . . . iiij.^. 

Thomas Gray&ofi . iiij.rf. 

Summa — zl.<. ij.d. 



Dbwsbtst. 

Robertua de SilkestoR, MercaiWy 

&V3f xij.(2. 

Robertus Dawsofi, Carpenter, Sc 

▼xT . . ... vj.d. 

Adam de Waltofi, Cissor, k vx"* . vj.r?. 

Robertus Walker*, i^ii Wo, Avx" . vj.rf. 

Johannes filius Galfridi, Sutor, k 

Johannes Talour, Cistor^ k y^ vj.d. 

Robertus Wilsoa, Textor, k vx*" . vj.d. 

Willehnus Bowderode k vx"" . iiij.rf. 

Ricardus Sabsofl & vx" . . . iiij.rf. 

Willelmus de Meltam k vx"* . iiij.rf. 

Thomas Bull* &vx". . . . iiij.rf. 

Johannes Kerlynghaw k yjC . iiij.rf. 

Thomas Almanbiri & yx". . . iiij.^. 



Johannes Almanbyry k viC 
W^illelmus Gotsoti k tjT . 
Ricardus Barker' &; vx*^ 
Johannes Emson k yiC . 
Willelmus Mahsoft k tx" 
Robertus fiyssehir' k y:C 
Johannes Denyas k yjC 
Ricardus EUotsoii . 
WillelmuH de Metelay . 
Willelmus filius Robert! . 
Adam de Birtofi . 
Willelmus Northop' 
Johannes Anty . 
Elena de Bcharestofi 
Alicia Sowremilke 
Alicia ^ilner . 
Matilda Barker* . 
Johanna de Whittelay . 
Agnes Bakester . 
Magota del West 
Johanna Talour . 
Elena Bull' . 
Agnes Herkyngwyk 
Isabella filia Robert! 

Summa — xiiij.tf. iiij.cf. 



Idyll*. 

Johannes de Westhouse k yx"* 
Henricus Gomes k vx"' . 
Adam Ballef&vx*' 
Rogerus de Mortofi k vx" 
Johannes Isote k viT . 
Willelmus Anotsofi k ▼£" 
Ricardus Idesofi k vx~ 
Johannes Kewkesworth' .k \ 
Johannes Bekwjth' k vx" 
Willelmus Crapper* k yx~ 
Stephanus de Schagh' k v^f , 
Johannes Pykurd' £ vx"' . 
Johannes de Denby k yiC 
Robertus de Morton k vtT 
Ricardus Bailif k tx'*' . 
Robertus Milner k vjT . 
Henricus del Hall* k viC 
Johannes de Mortoli k y^T 
Johannes del Schagh' k yx 
Thomas de WyndhiU' . 
Alicia Heryng . 
Agnes Attetoimehend* . 
Ricardus filius Stephan! 
Robertus filius Johannis . 
Johannes Michell' . 
Anabilla Lang 
Willehnus BaHif . 
Johannes Bailif . 
MatUda Bailif 
Emma MiU}' 
Johanna de Mortofi 
Johannes de Mortofi . 
Matilda de Morton . 
Willelmus de Mortofi . 



« ■ • • _v 

mj.a. 

* • • ■ m 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• ■ • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
iiij'.d. 
iiij.d 
mj.a. 

• • • • m 

iiij.a. 

• • • • m 

mj.a. 

• « * ■ « 

mj.a. 

• • • • • 

mj.o. 
mj.a. 

• • • • « 

mj.rt. 

« ■ • • « 

mj.rt. 

• ■ • • V 

mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

■ • • « 3 

mj.a. 
luj.a. 



mj.a 

• • • • * 

mj.rt' 
mj.rt' 

• » ■ • • 

mj.rt* 

• • • ■ « 

m.l d' 

• • • • « 

inj.rt* 
mj.rt. 
iiij.rZ. 
mj.rt. 

• • • • « 

mj.o. 

• ■ ■ • • 

mj.rt. 
mj.rt. 

• • • • « 

mj.a. 
mj.rt. 
inj.rt. 
mj.rt. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.a. 

• • ■ ■ m 

mj.rt. 
mj.a. 

• • • * • 

mj.a. 

• • • ft « 

mj.a. 

• • * • m 

mj.rt. 

ft ft ft ft 9 

iig.ff. 

• ft ■ • m 

mj.rt. 

ft •• ft • 

mj.a. 

« • • ft « 

mj.rt. 

ft • • « * 

mj.rt. 

ft • ft ■ « 

mj.rt. 

lllj.rt. 

iiij.a. 

• ft • ft ^ 

mj.rt. 

• •• ft « 

mj.a. 



WAPPENTAOIUM DE HOBLAY. 



805 



(Membrano 80, column 1.) 



Johanna rdicta SimonU 
Alicia seruiens Magote . 
Agnes filia Michaelia 
Johanna del Cote 
Ricardus del Schag* 
Thomas seruiens Stephani 
Ricardus Webster 
Juliana Denby 

Summa— xiiij.4. 



MOBLAY.-* 

Robertns Milner & xit . 
Johannes de Thorp' k viC , 
Johannes filius Thome ft \x' 
Robertus del HiU' ft viT 
Johannes filius Rogeri ft vx~ 
Johannes Eliot ft tjT • 
Ricardus Whitteacres ft vx^ 
Willelmtis de Thorp' ft vx^ . 
Johannes filius Robert! ft vx" 
Johannes Trope & Tif. 
Robertus SuTtill* ft ^" . 
Johannes Rtbchcstre ft t^" . 
Rogenis Jeflray ft vT 
WUlelmus Schagh' ft tz* . 
Johannes Spine ft f^ 
Johannes de Morlay ft vx" . 
Johannes Schrjuefi ft tx" 
Thomas del Wode ft t^" 
Adam de Bollyng* ft riT . 
Isabella relicta Alexandri 
Johannes filius Thome 
Robertus filius Johannis 
Alicia filia Johannia 
U aUlda Hilner . 
WUlelmus de Morlay 
Agnes Elys .... 
Johanna Bamc'£idir\ 
Rogerus Alman . 
Ricardus filius Kogeri 
Ricardus seruiens Ade 
WiUelmus Bailif . 
Hugo Oregsoft 
Juhannes filius Hugonis • 
Willelmus Gretehed' . 

Summa — x}j, iiij.'A 



Erdesulwi.^ 

Willelmus Wy tie ft tx" 
WiUelmus fiUus Willelmi ft tx^ 
Willelmus Mawde ft rsT • 
Thomaa Talour ft tx* . 



••• . • 
iiij.er. 

• « ■ • « 

luj.a. 

• •• • J 

utj.a. 
uij.a. 

• • • • • 

uij.a. 

• I » • m 

uij.a. 



ilij.ff. 

• «• • • 

luj.a. 
iiij.ff. 
iiij.</. 
iiij.c/. 
iiij.rf. 
U]j.a. 
iiij.rf. 

• • • • ■ 

luj.rt. 
iiij.//. 
iiij.d, 

• • • • _i 

uij.rf. 
iiij.cf. 
uij.a. 
uij.a. 
uij.rf. 
uij.a. 
ii\j.<f. 

• • ■ « • 

luj.a. 

• • ■ • • 

utj.o. 

• « ■ • • 

111 J .a. 

UlJ.f/. 

« • • • « 

luj.tf. 
uij.a. 
iig.(i. 
iiij.a. 
iiij.</. 

uu-o. 
iiij.cf. 
iiij.<i. 

• • « « ■ 

UIJ.O. 

• • « • # 

uij.a. 
iig.d. 



I 



Willelmus Crapper ft vx*" 
Ricardus de Honelay ft v^C . 
Thomas filius Willelmi ft ^-x*- . 
Johannes del Holme ft tx" . 
Thomas de fflentofi ft vx~ 
Ricardus filius Ade ft vf* 
Ricardus de lork ft vf ' . 
Adam de Morlay ft vx*. 
Johannes de DonyngUwe ft vx* 
Robertus de Lynlay ft v^ 
Adam de Lynlay ft viT . 
Willelmus Talour ft tx" 
NichoUus Tilly ft vx** . 
Robertus Bounte ft tx* 
Johannes filius Willelmi A: v^* 
Robertus Hascy ft v^T . 
Johannes del Wode ft tx** 
Rogerus Talopr ft viT . 
Johannes Bamefadir* ft vx* 



(Membrane 39^ column 2.) 



.... ■ 
iilj^a* 

• • * • ■ 

luj.a. 
iiij.f/. 
mj.il. 



Johannes de fframtoft ft yjT 
Ricardus de Tadcastre ft vx" 
Robertas Stele ft viT . 
Johannes Birstall* ft vx" . 
Adam del Holme ft tx" 
Adam Talour ft ytT 
Beatrix Maoholi . 
Johanna Perry 
Johanna Brewster 
Agnes Adde • • • 
Alicia Bradelay • 
Matilda Bilder 
Alicia de lork' 
Cecilia Sanismer* • 
Alicia Michell' . 
Margareta de Mekesburgh* 
laabella Cartel' . 
Magota de ffentoB . 
Alicia de ffentoft . 
Johanna filia WeUelini . 
Willelmus de Lynlay . 
Johannes Dymynglawe • 
Johannes MLaehoft 
Johanna del Wode . 
Agnes Sanamer . 
Robertus seruiens Thome 
WiUelmus Acres . 
Robertus df4 Wolhouse . 
SiboU del Wolhouse . 
Johannes Chikl' 
WiUelmus fiUus Thome 
WiUehnus BirsUU' . 
WiUelmus Maihoft 
Agnes de Qerforth' • 

Summa^zix*!. iiy.d. 



•*. . • 
uij.a. 

•»• • » 

lUJ.O. 

• • • • _» 

UIJ.O. 

Uij.a. 
ilij.d, 
iiij.f/. 

• • • • • 

luj.a. 

.«» • • 
mj.a. 
.♦• • ■ 
uij.a. 

Uij.a. 

iiij.c/. 

xi^.a. 

liij.d. 

ii^.ct. 

iU).d, 

iiij.(2. 

ii^u/. 

iiij.a. 

uij.a. 



m^d, 

.... • 

lllJ.O. 

mid, 

• • •• • 

uij.o. 

• • • * ■ 

UJj.a. 
luj.a. 
utyd. 

Ulj.d. 

• • « • • 

lUJ.tf. 

.... J 

uij.a. 

mj.cf. 
iiij.(f. 
uij.a. 

• • • » • 

inj.d. 
uij.oL 
iiu.(f. 
iu|.d!. 
iijj.<l. 
iiJij.dL 
iiij.tf. 
iuj.d, 
uij.a. 

• • • * ■ 

utj.rf. 
Uij.<l. 
iiij.cf. 
uij.a. 
iiij.4l. 

« « * * ft 

uij.a, 
iiijd 
Uij.a. 
iiij.dL 

• • • • * 

Ul 1.0. 
UlJ.<f» 



'^ Xow included in Agbrigg Wapentake. 



^ AnUIey, now included in Agbrigg 
Wapentake. 

X S 



S06 



WAPPENTAQIUM DB MOBIAT. 



HeBTE8B£OE. 

Adam del Bothe k tx 
BogeruB de Wodehed' &. yx 
Johannes Roberd' & tx" 
WillelmuB ShuUer^ ii ytT 
Ricardus Tyngbill* A tx" 
Bobertua Mekeabuigh' & tx" 
Bicardua del Brig^ & tx" . 
Johanna del Brig* 



••• • J 
iiij.a. 

• ■ • • « 

mj.a. 

• • • • m 

uij.a. 
mj.a. 
mj.tf. 

uij.d, 
iiij.a. 



Max^gareta del Brig' . . iiij.ct. 

Juliana del Bryg' .... ii\).d. 

Johanna del Brig* . . . iiij.<;. 

Summa — ^iij^. Tiij.d. 

Somma totalis — ^xxxix./i. z.«. ij.<2. 



(This total for the Wapentake ia written 
on the dorse of iiembrane 86. It does 
not, howeTer, quite tally with the ad- 
dition of the seTeral amounts ) 



(Membrane 40, column 1.) 
WAPENTAGIUM DE SKYRAK'. 



Ottelat. 

Johannes Alius Ade, ffranklafi, & 

Tf* iij.*. uij.d 

Bicardua Dobrell\ Matofl, & tx" . yj.d, 

Walterua filius Thome, Faber, & 

tjT ▼j.rf. 

Bobertus Talour, Cistor, k tx" . Tj.d 

Adam Bumehag', StUor, ft tx". . Tj.rf 

Bobertus Oulsnayp' & Tif . . iiij.c^, 

Willelmus Oulsnayp* ft tx" . . iiij.d 

Willelmua Drabill' ft tx" . . iiij.cf 

Ricardus de Bayldofi ft t/* . . iiij.e^. 

Willelmus Payntour ft tx . . iiij.d 

Bicardua de Castelay ft Tit . . iiijef. 

Willelmus Bekwyt ft tx" . 11^.(2. 

Adam Walker ft tx" . . iiij.ci 

Adam de Harwod' ft tx" . . iiiyd 

Willelmus filius Kicholai ft tx" . mj.d 

Johannea de Kyghelay ft tx" mj.d. 

fienricus de CMtelay ft tx" . . m].d, 

WiUeknua de Bekwy th' ft tx" . iiij.(f, 

Johannes de Eland' ft tx" . . iuj.d. 

Johannes SotherhoA ft tx" . . iiij.c? 

Johannes May senior ft t^ . . iiij.fi, 

Johaimes Bower ft tjT . . . iiij.<£, 

Nicholaus Piper ft tx . . . mj.d, 

Adam Coke ft tx* . . . iiij.<f, 

Bobertus fiUus Willehni ft TsT . m\.d 

Bicardua Clerk ft tsT . . iiij.(i. 

Johannes de Bekwyth' ft tx" . iiij.d 

Johannes de Gyselay ft tx" . . iiijui 

Johannes de Burlay ft tx" . . n^.d 

Johannes de Scharestofi ft tx'' iiiyd 

Bicardua Belle ft tx" . . iiij.(£ 

Johannes May ft tx" . . iiij.d 

Johannes Wi^e ft TX** . . ui},d. 

Bicardua Huetsofi ft tx" . . . nij.d. 

Hugo Coscy ft tx" . iiij.rf, 

Henricus Schephird* ft tx" . . iii^.d. 

Willelmus JonesoA ft tx^ . mj.d. 

Johannes de Kyghelay ft tx" . . iiij.(i 



Willelmus del Qrene ft tjT . 
Johannes Neuill' ft tx" . 
Johannes Tarkar ft tx" 
Adam BrantyDg* ft t^ . 
Willehnus fiUus Petri ft tx" 
Matilda relicta Hugonis . 
Bobertus de Plumtofi . 
Johannea del Qrene 
CecilLi seruiens Ricardi 
Agnes Mariorymaydeft . 
Alicia relicta Ade 
Marioria Loue 
Custancia seruiens Willehni 
Agnes seruiens Ricardi 
Isabella de Clyfforth 
Alicia Skynner . 
Matilda de Bayldofi 
Alicia seruiens Johannis 
Johanna de Lek 
Agnes filia Roberti 
Isabella Leuanbrede 
Bobertus Waltheu 
Isabella filia Willelmi 
Alicia Souter 
Magota seruiens Margerie 
SibUla de ffoumays 
Ricardus Wake 
Johanna Wake 
Mariota Semster 
Willelmus de Lek 

Summa — ^xxtj ^.ilij.cf. 



Hewkxswobth.^ 

Symofi Warde, Chiualer, ft tx" 
Adam Walkar ft tx" 
Walterua Thomsofi ft tx" 
Johannes Hyne ft tx" . 
Henricus Tumour ft y£ 
Thomaa Schephird' ft t£, . 



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WAPrEKTAOIUM BE SKTBAK . 



307 



Johannet Wynne ft Tx" . 
Thomas Byicfaop' ft y£ 
RictrduB Schephird* ft vx" 
Johannet Knayp' ft tx 
Bicardua filiua WiUalmi k viT 
Johannaa da Bynglay ft vx 
Johannaa da RoudoA ft vx"^ 
Jolumnaa WataoA ft yjT 
Wmalmaa Smyth ft tx" . 
Henriona ffoular ft yf. 
Adinei del fforeat ft Tf . 
Rioardua Waltheu ft vx"* 
Alieia relicta Johannia . 
Beatrix reUcURaduia. 
WUlelmoa aeniiena Willelmi 
Henrieua filiua Adynet 
Johanna filia Rioaidi 
Alida filia Ricardi 
AUeU filia WiUelml 
Johannaa de Haworth* . 
Matilda Bendurer . 
Agnea de Bradelay 
Willelmua fibular . 

Summa — ^zziz^. iiiyd. 



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WUldmua SannderaoR ft yiT . . 
Johannaa filiua Willelmi ft yxT 
Johannaa Mariachall ft tiT 
Alicia at ye Tounehend' 
Johannea de CarletoA . . 

Willelmua aeniiena Johannia 
Johanna aeniiena Johannia . . 
Willelrotta aeniiena Johannia 
Summa~TJ4. 



Pbotoic'. 

Bogenu del Brygf , Textcr, k riC 
Johannea de Prestofi ft vjT 
Johannea Snawe ft xjT 



(Hembnne 40, column 2.) 



Robertua Heaelwode ft tx" 
Johannea Gill ft tiT 
Willelmua Tumour ft yx 
Adam Elyawii ft vx* . 
WiUelmua del Lee ft rx" . 
Thomaa de Preatofl ft tx 
Radulf ua Souter ft tl , 
Johannea DyoonaoA ft vx" 
Johannea Velana ft tx* . 
Johannea Schalkok' ft tx" 
Johannea de Otteley ft tl 
Johannea de Preatoft ft yx 
Bobertua de Ueaele ft tx** 



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Thomaa Brok^ ft vx* 
Johannea de Keleathorp* ft tx' 
Elena Mydnyght 
Johannea de Uortoft 
Matilda de Hortofi . 
Maigeria del Bryg' 
Oliua Webater 
Johanna Horweth 
Beatrix Totty. 
Mai^gareta Spy^* 
Magota Coke . 
Joluinnea de Boltoh 
Alicia Semater 
EmmaSemster . 
Alicia Dyconmaydefi 

Summa — x^. x.d. 



Rtotoh'. 

Thomaa Wryght ft tx" 
Johannea filiua Ada ft tx" 
Johannea filiua Alani ft vx" 
Willelmua Pynder ft viT . 
Adam Huncouthe ft y^ 
Adam de Kyrkeby ft vx* . 
Thomaa DanieU' ft vx*" 
Rictfdua in ye Wro ft yx"* 
Johannea TaJuur ft tx" 
Eliaa Angel ft yiT . 
Johannea de Haltofi 
Thomaa Tottemafi (1) yx* 
Walterua Manehall' ft y^ 
Edmundua de Kendall* ft yx* 
NichoUua de Bygtofi ft yjT 
Thomaa Chillop* ft yx* . 
Johannea llilner ft yx" 
Willelmua fibreater ft yx* 
Johannea Carter ft yjT 
Ricaidua flieahewer ft vx* 
Ricardua de BeeatoA ft v^ 
Robertua Manehall' ft vx" 
WUlelmua ManchaU' ft tx* 
Thomaa Milner ft yx 
Thomaa Schephird* ft yx* 
Robertua Pertiyk ft vx* . 
Thomaa huitf ft yiT . 
Willelmua Elya ft yT . 
Johannea Mavaa ft viT 
Kofferaa Berne ft yiT 
Robertua Milner ft yjT 
Johannea Biry ft nT 
Bobertua de Berdeaay ft vx" 
Ricardua Gerk' ft yT 
Johannea Bonefiumoe ft vx*" 
Matilda in ye Wro 
Willelmua filiua Johaania 
NichoUua filiua Ada • 
Robertua filiua Ada 
Alicia filia Thome 
Amicia aaruiena Ricaidi . 
Eua in ye Wro • 
Robertua aeniiena Ricardi 



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WAPPBNTAGIUM DB SKYRAK'. 



Alicia fteruiena Johannia 
Beatrix filia Nicholai 
Agnes Belle 

Willelmus filius Robertl . 
Alicia filia Thome 
Alicia filia Roberti . 
Willelmus seruienB Vicarii 
Alicia filia Johannia 
Adam de Qyptofi 
Agnes filia Johannia 
Walterus Hunter 
Rogerua Laybuiii . 
Johannes Wycam 
Beatrix seruiens Vicarii . 
Johannes, filius Willelmi 
Adam seruiens Willelmi . 
Elena filia Ricardi 
Isabella aeniiens Willelmi 
Henricus filius Ricardi 

Summa — xx.$. vu^jd. 



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Willelmus de Bayldofi, ffiranklaft, 

6tT£^ . . . . uj.«. ii\j.a. 

Johannes Smyth, ^o^, & ttT xij.(2. 

Johannes Lyster, Tinetor, k tiT . Yj.(f. 

Johannes WatsoS & T:r . . . ii^.<2. 

Willelmus Moruill* & tx~ . ii^.<i. 

Johannes de BeatoA & Tx"* . . iiiyd. 

Ricardus Couper & v^T . iii}.d. 

Willelmus Mirfeld' & v^T . . iiij.<2. 

Johannes Potter kYjT . iiiyd. 

Johannes del Syke k tiC . . . ii^.(2. 

Johannes Naute k tjT . iiiyd. 

Johannes de Parys k nC . . iiij.cf. 

Willelmus Milner k v^T . iiii.c?. 

Adam del Rodes k Yif . . . iiij.cf. 

Johannes Souter k yiC . . iiij.(2. 

Henricus filius Johannia & vx"* . iiiyd, 

Alicia del Rodes . . . . iiij.d 

Alicia relicta Thome . . iiij.c2. 

Alicia relicta Qalfridi . . iiij.ef. 

Magota filia Walteri . . iuyd, 

Isabella de Bayldou . . m^.d. 



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lUcardus Moruill' . u^.d. 

Ricardus Lyster . . . ii\j.d. 

Johannes Lyster . iiij.d. 

Willelmus Jonesoil . . . iuj.d, 

Alicia de Hope . . . . iiy.(2. 

Henricus Kaate . . . iiij.(;?. 
Summa— xij.f. x.d. 



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WillelmuB de Besioli & vxT . 
Thomas Lauerok k vx" . 
Ricardus Tumour k vx" 
Willelmus Rendrure k tx 
Thomaa do Helwyk k vx . 
Johannes de Manne k yx 
Hugo Talour k vx"^ 
Johannes Horbyry k yx\ 
Johannes filius Kicholai k yx" 
Thomas filius Symonia k tx" . 
Willelmus filius Katerine k tx** 
Willelmus Talour kYx" , 



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Thomas luirschair k yx . . iiij.e^. 

Johannes de Bollyng* & vx . . iiij.<^. 

Johannes filius Willelmi k yx . iiij.d. 

Henricus del Rodes k tx" . . uii.d. 

Adam Clerk k yx" .... iuiA, 

Emma relicta Willelmi . . iiij.if. 

Robertus Clerk . . . . iiij.c?. 

Willelmus Lauerok . . iiij.<i. 

Juliana de Menstofi . . . iiij.<2. 

Henricus Schepherd* . u^.d, 

Cecilia Lauerok . . . iiij.<l. 

Beatrix del Hole . . iiij.<f. 

AdamLouerok . . . . iii).</. 

Johannes Hotofk . , iixyd, 
Summa— ix.5. 



Wodosom'.^ 

Thomas de Berlay, Esquier, k yx" 

vj.*. riij rf. 
Summa — YJ.5. Tiij.cf. 



SWYLTKOTOK*. 

Alicia de Swylyngtofi, Yeoue de 

Marchant, . . . Tj.«. viij.ff. 

Willelmus de Swylingtofl, Esquier, 

uj.f. iiy-a. 

Johannes de Lewenthorp', Mcrca- 

tor, & Tx" xij.(f. 

Kobertus de Lewenthorp', Carpen- 
ter, YiT TJ.rf. 

Hugo Askendale, Ciaior, k Yf . Y},d, 

Ricardus £forestar' . . . iiij.d. 

Thomas de Thomour & yx . . v^,d. 

Johannes Baker k yx . . . ii^.tf. 

Ricardus Coke k yx . . . ii^.cf. 

Robertus Seiiaunt k yiC . . iiij.cf. 

Johannes de Schorgges & vx . . mi,d, 

Johannes fiylysaoii k yf . iiij.(2. 

Johannes Cokerham & tx** . . m}.d, 

Adam Py & vx" . . . . iiij.e^ 



* Guisley. 



' Wothersome. 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DE SKYRAK. 



809 



Rlcardus Robaofi ft rx . 
Johannes Barnard* & yx' 
Johannes Hunter ft YiT . 
Johannes Acres ft tz*^ . 
Johannes ffentonmafi ft xx 
Johannes Skynner ft vx** 
Johannes Legge ft vx 
Johannes BUbonr ft rx" 
Johannes Cawdra ft tx** . 
Adam Taloar ft tx*^ 
Adam de Cranefl ft tiT . 
Johannes Py ft tiT 
WUlelmus Seel* ft tx*^ . 
Henricus Cawdra ft yjC 
Rogerus Milner ft t^ 
Johannes de Mikilfed* ft vx** 
Adam DowemiA ft vx** . 
Thomas Hudsolk ft tx*^ 
Thomas del HOI* ft Tx" . 
Thomas de Tong' ft tiT 
Ricardus Breretirf sill* ft vx 
Hugo Mutaft TiT. 
WUlelmus ^wherd' ft yiT 
Willelmus del Chaumbir ft tx" 
Johannes de StoktoS ft nt 
Andreas le Hjne ft vif . 
Johanoes Alius Ade ft tx 
Robertus filius Ade ft riT 
RaduLfus de Newaom' ft vx 
Thomas Ftynee ft tx 
Willebnus Schephird' . 
Johannes del Clay • 
Pe»rus Barker 
Adam Coke • . 
Agnes de Lewenthori/ 
Johannes de Byrom* 
Johannes Brewster 
Johanna Sonde 
Johannes Prynoe . 
Thomas Acres . 
If atilda de Bmnlay . 
Magota le Nuiys 
Amicia Bame 
UatUdft Carter 
WUlehnus Py 
Robertus I^ . 

Summa — xxx^. iiy^ 



LlDBaTOH*.^ 

Willelmus Host ft t:^ . 
Johannes de Hori>yi7 ft tC 
Ricardus Denneft tx" . 
Johannes WilsoA ft yjT . 
WUielmus Gilsoft ft ti* 
Allocus de Stublay ft rx" 
Thomas Smyth ft vx" . 
Ricardus Smyth ft tx* 
Johannes de Kuesall* ft tx* 



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Henricus de Sandall' ft tx" 
Thomas Madour ft;vx" . 
Kobertus de Beltoft ft tx" 
Adam Curtaae ft Tjf 
Robertus Pipar ft tx" . 
Johannes Alcok &, tx" 



(Membrane iOb, column 1.) 



Ad&m Syner ft tx" . 
Johannes Hoet ft t^ • 
Hugo del Brwehouae ft tsT 
Johannes Law ft tx"* . 
Adam Scharp' ft viC 
Johannes Schephird' ft t^ 
Thomas Dey ft tx" . 
Hugo de Prestob ft TiT 
Willelmus Talour ft tx" 
WUlelmus Machofi ft tx" 
Robertus Hendsofi ft tx" 
WiUelmus de Aberforth ft tx 
Johannes Milner ft tx" 
Johannes Hoet ft tx" < 
Johannes Parsoli ft tx* 
Johannes de Chessam ft tx 
Johannes Croser ft tx" 
WUlelmus Milner ft ri( 
Henricus ffox . 
Magota £R>x . 
Johanna Hoet . 
Johannes AlcoksoA 
Ricardus Swerd 
Ameria Hendwyf 
WiUelmus Alius Emme 
Alicia Alia WiUelmi 
MatUda Aberforth . 
Robertus JaksoA . 
Thomas Hoet . 
Diota Hoet . 
Alicia Hoet 
Ameria Alia Hugonis 
Johanna Spenlof 

Summa— xTJ^. iig.<l. 



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laA, & tx" • • . UJA i^'d. 

Johannes Pepir ft tx" . . iin^. 

WUlelmus Colyer A: TiT . . iig.d. 

Hugo Ingram ft tx" • linuj. 

Robertus de Porterhouse ft tx" . iig^. 

Thomas del Bakhouse ft vx* . iu^ui, 

Adam del Bunk ft tx" . . . Ug.tf. 

WiUelmus EmsoA ft nT . ii^^. 

Johannes Wryght ft tx" . . • iiiyd. 

Ricardus Hawke ft tx"* • . tig^. 



« Kow included in Barkstone-Ash Wapentake. 



810 



WAPPENTAGIUM DB SKYBAK'. 



Johmmes Wakemaii k vx 
Johannes Robeid' & xx" 
Thomas Beynd* k vx" 
Johannes Hawke k. yjT 
Adam Hawke k yx"* 
Johannes del Kyohyn k vx 
Thomas de Gyptofi k vx"" 
Robertus Sms'th k vx 
Hugo del Halle k yx 
Adun GUsofl k yxT 
Johannes Hunter k yx . 
Hugo del Grene k vx". 
Henricus Coke k yx 
Edmundus Glouer k vx^ 
Willelmus Scharp' &• vx" . 
Robertus del Syke &-vx" 
Alicia de Giptofl 
Emma Lauerok . 
Alecia de Horseforth 
Alicia rellctA Ade 
Emma de Bramhop* 
Thomas del Wode 
Alicia relicta Roberti 
Matilda Boner 
Johannes de Etop' . 
Johannes de Wyswall' . 
Elena Drapour 
Isabella relicta Thome . 

Sunmia — xv.«. viij.<f. 



Allertom' Glbdhow. 

Johannes fifraunk, ffranklafi, kyiC 

Willelmus Eylyngbek, CarperUor 

rius, k viT .... 

"Willelmus de Cordelay, Ciuor, k 

YX" 

Willelmus Manchali', Fcier, & yiT 
Willelmua Wryght^ CarperUari&s, 

Ob YX^ • • ■ • 

Elena de Bryghtoii, BraciatriXf 
Robertus del Hall' k vx" 
Robertus Wryth k yjT 
Thomas de Bergh* k yx . 
Willelmus Kychynman k yx 
Willelmus Boythorp* k vx"" 
Willelmus Webster k yT . 
Henricus Broune k yiC . 
Johannes Elismagh k ytC . 
Willelmus ffreland' k yx^ 
Johannes Broune k ysC 
Robertus Adcok kYsT . 
Willelmus Adcok k yiT 
WUlelmus Spirad* & vx" . 
Willelmus Kychynmafi k yx 
Willehnus Knothorp' (?) k ytC 
Johannes de Berlay k vx" 



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Willelmus Broune k yiT 
Johannes Kychynman k vx" 
Ricardus filius Johannis 
Edmundus filius Johannis 
Agnes filia Johannis . 
Agnes filia Roberti 
Juliana del Stede ' 
Alicia relicta Thome 
Alicia Randoghter 
Agnes Boythorp' . 
Johanna de Wyttoft 
Adam Nawtehiid' . 
Johannes seruiens Willelmi 
Matilda Ciolmafi 
Beatrix relicta Elie 
Beatrix filia Johannis 
Robertus Spirard 
Cecilia Broune 
Thonuis seruiens Johannis 
Ricardus Broune 
Robertus seruiens Willelmi 
Alicia seruiens Willelmi . 
Matilda Addy . . 
Isabella Broune 
Agnes filia Isabelle 
Matilda filia Willelmi 
Isabella Herte 
Agnes filia Isabelle . 
Johannes seruiens Willelmi 
Thomas ffulage 
Johannes del Wro 
Henricus de Gyselay 

Summa~zxg.«. y.d 



(Membrane 405, column 2.) 



POULB.' 

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Johannes Loftehouse k yx . 
Henricus de Thoreecrosse k vx 
Joh&nnes Wilkyusoft k yx" . 
Nicholaus filius Ade k vx^ 
Robertus Hirde k vxT . 
Willelmus Hunter k yx" . 
Willelmus fibrester k yiC 
Johannes Milner k yx . 
Thomas Gyges k v^T • 
Hobertus Symsoii k .yx** . 
Willelmus Judson k yx" 
Robertus Warde k tx" . 
Johannes Hogge k y^" 
Johannes tilius Roberti . 
Robertus filius Roberti 
Johannes de Esseto& 

Summa— T.f. vig.d 



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WAPPSNTAQIUK DB SKYRAK^ 



811 



Kyfax. 

JohaoxiM ManchkU* & xx 
Kogerus Hudion k vx 
Robertua fiUui Rogeri k tx 
Robertua filiua Ada k rx 
Johanuet Miohelaofl k v£ 
Johaonas filius Ad« k vx 
Thomaa Nawall' k rx . 
WQlelmua filiua Thome k vx 
Johannea Littill' k Tf» 
Johannea Madyr k rx . 
Thomaa Taaker k ▼jf . 
Johannea Car k vx" 
Johannea Bale k rx" . 
WUlelmua Wakafeld' k tx" 
Rogerua INfnkler k y/" . 
Adam £R>z krf,, 
Rogerua Ttimoor k tx^ 
Robertua Webater k yx . 
Robertua de Qerforth k yx' 
Robertua Pane k tx** 
Ricaidua Harachall' k rx 
Johannea ifox k vx" 
Adam Carter k vx"- 
Johannea de Loyfl k tjC . 
Symoft Theker Ac vx" . 
Johannea filiua Hugonia k \ 
Johannea Wyot' k vx** 
Ricardua de Strettob k viT 
Thomaa Smyth k nC . 
Thomaa Serkayf k vx" . 
WUlelmua deBalfte 
Agnea relicta Willelmi . 
AlieU filU WiUelmi . 
Ricardua BayldoS . 
Agnea aeniiena J'ohannia 
Johanna Tumour • 
Thomaa Tumour . 
Johannea aeniiena Rtcardi 
Alicia relicta Johannia 
Willelmua Pie 
Alicia Clerk 

Eliaabet relicta Robert! • 
Alicia Dixi . 
Thomaayn filia Robert! . 
Alicia aeniiena Thome 
Emma Mruiena Thome . 

Summa— >xv^. vi^^. 



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Waltenia \V«bater k vx . 
Johannea Lauerok k vx\ 
Johannea de Lyn k vx"" 
Willelmua de Uyselay k tx**. 
Symon Webater k rx" . 
Johannea MaytoA k tx 
Jdhannea Chapman k vjC 
Willelmua Horbiry k rx" 
Uenrioua Wryght k vf . 



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Adam de Yedoli k nC 
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Johannea Barker k yf 
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Johanna de RidUMleA 
Thomaa Lauerok 
Johannea Lauerok . 
Isabella Saunder . 
Magota Saunder 
Matilda Oarltofi . 
Alicia Lyly . 
Johanna Walker . 
Johanna Roae . 
Johannea filiua Hugonia 
Mai^gareta de Yedoft 
Beatrix Kychynmafi . 

Summa — xj^. iiy.<i. 



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Robertua Hanook k yi" . 

WUlelmua de Weat k tC 

WUlelmua Whittehed* k t^ 

Johannes Hayre k yi" 

Warynua Hanook k ▼£* . 

Johuwea Pape k yf . 

Johannea del Hidle k yx 

Johannea Smyth k tx* 

Adam del Qimunge k jrx 

Johannea Schephird* k yx' 

Robertua Garter k tiT 

Johannea Curtaa k v^". 

Robertua del More k vx^ 

Johannea Hotea k viT . 

WUlelmua Carter k yi" . 

Johannea Hale kyf ^ 



(ICemhniM 406, column 3.) 

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WUlelmua Waran kyiC . 
Johannea filiua Hugonia k yx* 
Henricua de Britteby & yx . 
Robertua de Ky]yn^>ek k yC, . 
Johannea Hahook k yx" 
Adam Alot kyiT . 
Ricardua Alot & yx* 
Thomaa Hardy krjT , 
WUlelmua Miloer & yx* 



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WAPPENTA.GIUM DE SKYBAK . 



Johannes de Haule & yx" 
Willelmus Costine & ▼x* 
Thonms iilius Robert! & xx 
Johannes de Burlay k vx^ 
Thomas ffamehiir & yx" . 
Willelmus Kylyngbek & vx 
Ricardus semiens Robert! 
Isabella seruiens Robert! 
Robertas seruiena Robert! 
Elena de Manyngham . 
Alicia Carter . 
Alicia relicta Johannis. 
Margareta de Britteby . 
Johanna seniiens Warini 
Johanna relicta Henrici . 
Willeknus Walshe 
Thomas Schephird . 
Magota filia Ricaidi 
Alicia Lowcok 
Willelmus filius Thome 
Alicia Archer . 

Summa— xzij.5. Tiij.d. 



Thornoub. 

Robertus del Hoye, Gamifex^ U 

Willelmus Smale, WrygU, k yx 
Johannes de Kypax, Textor, & 

vaT . . . . • 
Thomas Carter, Camifex, k yjC 
Thomas Walker, FuUo, k yjT 
Thomas de Aberforth, Alitor, k 

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Robertus Sclater, Carpenter, k yx 
Johannes Sclater k tjT 
Robertus Aberf orth k tx~ 
Thomas SchoUok k viT 
Ricardus Emme k y£' . 
Willelmus Aberforth k Tx" 
Johannes Qille & t^ 
Thomas Webster k yiT 
Adamde Milfortii k yjC • 
Johannes Ferour k yiC 
Robertus Smyth k vif . 
Johaomes Carter k viC 
Thomas Pape k yjT 
Willelmus de Saxtof! k yx . 
Adam Jonsoti k yx" 
Willelmus Marschall' k yx . 
Willelmus de Hay lie k yiC 
Tliomas Tong* k yiC . 
Johannes Dowell' k yx . 
Johannes Best k ytT . 
Johannes de Kvpax k vx" 
Johannes Tyngler k vi" 
Johannes Broune k Yi" . 
Thomas Potman k yiC 
Adam de Bowland' k tx" 
Robertus Priour k yiC 



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Johannes Grenak k yiT . 
Thomas Marschair 
Johannes Best k y:C 
Thomas filius Henrici k viT 
WUlelmus Clerk & YiT . 
Robertus Challok k viT 
Johannes Walker k yiC . 
Johannes Tong kYiC . 
Robertus Aberforth k yx~ 
Johannes de Milforth kYf 
Johannes, de Eltoft* k t^ 
Robertus Helmelay k ytC 
Johanna Semster . 
Johannes MarschUl 
Willelmus Sayner . 
Johannes Aberforth 
Johanna Hesilwod' 
Johanna Carter . 
Thomas seruiens Simonis 
Alicia Buthler 
Willelmus Priour . 
Isabella filia Robert! . 
Willelmus Mirre . 
Robertus Burnet . - • 
Henricua Sereby 

Summa — xx^j, ij.d 



ESTKESWTK*. 

Robertus de Ecglislay, £franklafi, 

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Thomas filius Nichols! k y:C 
Thomas filius Johannis Wryth 

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Johannes filius Willelm! k vx 
Johannes Seegher k viT 
Willelmus Goderhayle k yiT 
Robertus Buteler ft yx"" 
Willelmus Tasker k yx . 
Rogerus Demele k vz 
Symoli de Bedall' ft yiC . 
Willelmus Hopwod' ft tsT 
Johannes Caluerlay ft yjT, 
Johannes Batemah ft vsf 
Johannes Wryght ft yiC • 
Adam Milner ft yx" 
Nicholaus Holdenmafi ft yiT 
Robertus Wryghtsoii ft v^ 
Matilda Wryght . 
Thomas filius Johannis 
Nicholaus Batemafi 
Robertus Caluerlay . 
Elena Buteler 
Magota filia Robert! . 
Nicholaus filius Henrici • 
Petronilla Webster . 
Robertus del Stede . 
Emma Milner 

Summa— xij.f. iiij.rt 



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813 



(Membraae 41, column 1.) 
Alwaldelat.* 



KiohoUoa ffiaunk', ffi«Qklafi,ftTx* 

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Thomaa Bargfamail & tz* 
Thomas MAleu«rermiili & tx* 
JohAnnei Nafrer & tx^ 
Johimnet Sohephlrd' & tx* 
KichoUus de Ayrtoft 
Johannes de Wyttoft . 
Thomas Turnour • 
Hugo Kychynmaii 
AgnosKurys .... 
Summa — 7j^. iiij.^. 



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Rebertus de ICanstoA, ffimnUail, & 

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Rieardus Wayie, Fermer, k vx" . 

Rieardua del Scholes, Talour^ k 
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Thomas Whitteknaoe, StUer, k tx" 

Bobertos del Halle, Fermer, k vx 

Johannes de Kendall*, WcbsUr, k 
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Johannes Scherwod* k yx* 

Thomas Ounfi k nT 

Johannes Marsdhall' k nf 

Willelmus Warde ft tx** . 

Henrious NapsoR ft tx" 

MatUda de Rythhiy 

ICatUda del More 

Johanna flbx . . 

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Magota reUeU Alfridi . 

Margeria Otelk 

Elena Anyn 

Alida ICarisohall' . 

laabeUa Wyoi' 

ICaffoUMiilner . 

^melrnns de Haltoft 

Johanna Erode . 

Willelmus de Colto5 

Adam Swynhird' . 

Johannes Skynner . 

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Robertus filius Agnetts ft vjT 
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\riUelmus Taillour ft tx" . 
Thomaa del Hole ft y^ . 
Willelmus Byrche ft y'C 
Henrious SaymaA ft rx' . 
Robertus Foo ft tiT . 
Johannes filius Roger! ft rC 
Robertus Savmofi ft YiT 
Rieardus fibo ft yiT . 
Robertua filius Allexandri ft vx' 
Hugo Grathed' ft tx" 
Thomas filius WUlelmi ft tx 
Willelmus ffyaher ft nT . 
Johannes filiua Alexandri ft tx* 
Johannes Costyn ft t^ . 
Johannes Ifarshall' ft tx"* 
Willelmus Costyn ft tx" . 
Rogerus Smalhorue ft tjT 
Willelmus Barry ft tsT . 
Willelmus Sibilsofi ft tT 
Robertus Costyn ft yjC . 
Willelmus filius Johumis & yx 
Henrious Milner ft tiT . 
Willelmus de Beestoft ft vx* 
Thomas Forestennafl ft ix 
Robertus Arkyll* ft yx" 
Johannes de Beettoft ft.Tx" 
Rieardus Curtays ft rf 
Willelmus Emmylwayth'ft tx" 
Thomas filius Radulphi ft vx* 
Johannes Webster ftTx*. 
Adam Carter ft tx* 
Adam Perot ft rC* . 
Johannes de Haltoil ft tx^ 
Johannes Wrygfai k tC • 
Robertua Cuteler ft nC 
Willelmus Cuteler ft tiT . 
Thomas Cuteler ftnT 
Oalfridus de Gerforth tx" 
Thomaa Walker ft rx*. 
Thomas Schephird ft r^. 
Johannes Webster ft r^ 
Thomaa filiua Willelmi • 
Emma at ye tounehend* 
Thomas filius Johannis • 
IsabelU Adcok . 
MatUda del Hole • 
Juliana seruiens Johannia 
Thomas seruiens Willelmi 
WUlehnus Scotta 



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814 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DE SKYRAK . 



Thomas filius Willelmi . . . iiij.(2. 
Diota Talour .... iiij.cf. 
Alicia Calterelaw . . . mj.d. 



(Membrane il, column 2.) 

WillelmuB seruiens Hugonis . m].d, 

Alicia Skynner . . . iiij.£^. 

WiUelmuB ffoo .... iiy.df. 

Agnes Beruiena Willelmi . . . mj.d, 

Johanms CoBtyneaou . . . iiij d. 

Agoea filia Willelmi . . iiij.d. 

Matilda Formali .... iiij.</. 

WiUelmuB fformaii . . . iiij.ef. 

Agnea fformab .... ii\\.d. 

Matilda Curtaya . . iiij.^. 

Thomas Saunderaofi . . iiiyd. 

Alicia Tumour . . . iiij.(/. 

Adam Emmylwathe . . iuj,d. 

Adam Cuteler • . . . iiij.^. 

Cecilia Alayn . . . iiij.<f. 

Mariota Malederer . . . . iii].d. 

WillelmuB seruiens Johannis . iiij.(/. 

Elena Qrethede • . iiij.rf. 

Cecilia relicta Willelmi . iiij.c^. 

Thomas de Austorp* . . . iiij.^. 

Alicia seruiens Thome. iiiyd. 

Isabella filia Ade . . iiij.d. 

WillelmuB filius Roberti . . iiiyd. 

Matilda seruiens Walteri . iiij.ef. 
Summa— xxz.«. u\].d. 



Menston'. 

Johannes del Rodes & vz 
Johannes Picard' & t^ . 
Willelmus filius Thome & vx" 
WalteruB Grauer k rf . 
Willelmus filius Ricardi & vx^ 
Hugo de Gomersall' & vi" 
WUlelmus Picard' & ysT 
Ricardua Picard' k vz** . 
Hugo Picard* & vx* ' . 
Thomas Brer & vz"^ . 
Willelmus de Brerhagh* & vx' 
Johannes filius Thome & y\ 
Johannes Merebek k yz^ 
Agnes del Rodes 
Emma Picard 
Johannes Watemafi 
Johannes Picard . 
Willelmus Brer 
Johannes Brer 
Stephanus del Walles 
Alicia relicta Willelmi . 
Henricus Merebek . 
Johannes Elyn^ii 

Summa<-y\j.«. viij.rf, 



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Robertua fireland' & viC 
Symon Gkdhird k viC 
Johannes Keller k Tf 
Robertus Pinder k yiT 
Adam Boteler k v:C 
Johannes Roy k tz^ 
Johannes Graynesofi k vx" 
Johannes Cutte k vz^ 
Robertus Austhorp' k vx' 
Thomas de Wyke k Y^ 
Matilda Dalby . 
Alicia seruiens MatUde 
Ricardus seruiens Matilde 
Mariota relicta Alani 
Johannes filius Simonis 
Alicia filia Simonis . 
Matilda Vidua . 
Agnes Talour . 
Emma Whittehed' 
Johaimes Robertmali 
Cecilia Roy . 
Willelmus Pinder . 
Matilda Pinder . 
Margareta Jonemaii 
CecUia filia Alani 

Summa — ^viy.*. viy.ef. 



WSBDELAT. 

Willebnus £fraank, ffranklafl, k 

var 

Thomas filius Ade k vz** 
Johannes Webstersoh k v^T 
Symon del Nounes ft vf 
Thomas de Staynburii ft vz*^ 
Thomas Bouerdoft ft y±" 
Adam de Stayneburft ft vz 
Henricus Spynk ft yjf 
Willelmus darter ft vz*^ . 
Ricardus filius Thome ft vx" 
Thomas filius Ricardi 
Criatiana de Boroghde& 
Edmundus fifraunk . 
Sibilla seruiens Willelmi 
Johannes de Donstabill' . 

Summa— viij.«. 



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Robertus Passelew, Esquier, zz.«. 

Johannes Scotte, firanklafi, ft 

▼X • . . . • iij.9. nij.a. 
Willelmus Dawfloii ft vz- . . iiij.d. 
Ricardus Marschair ft vx" . . iiij.<i. 



• Now Potterton. 



WAPPENTAQIUM DB SKYRAK 



.y 



316 



Wfllelmas del Wort ft Yx' . . iiij^. 

WiUelmua Broune ft vz . . • iiij.<f. 

TliomM BrerUy ft Tx" . • . ipj-et. 

Bobertus del Stede ft tjT . . iiij.<<. 

WiUelmuB del More ft T3f . . iiij.cf. 

Henricua Bate ft TiT . . iuj.<i. 

Johannee Sutor ft yC . . ii^.(f. 

ThoiDM Qardiner ft vz^ . . . im.(i 

WiUelmiu OylMoA ft TsT . . uij.ci 

WtUelmtiB Joneiob ft tiT . . ii\j.(<. 

Thomaa Cedemaift ft Tz^ . iiij.fl. 

Adam Hunt ft tz" . • . . m\.d, 

BobertuB Cadixia& ft tz"" . . iiij.ct. 

Johannes de Aiihingtofi ft rf . iigu/. 

(Membrane 41, column 8.) 

Inbella Hunter . . iiij.«f. 

Alicia Hannelay • . . • \\\\.d* 

Alicia Seriaunt . . . '^'^' 

Agnes Ecgleshill* . via\A, 

Bobertus del Stede . . . vlyd. 

Bicardua del Stede . iiij.(/. 

Johannes Gibson . . iiij.^. 

Bobertus filiua Oilberti . . . iiij.<2. 

Johannee filius QilberU . . . m\.d, 

Emma filia Oilberti . . iiij.<^. 

Bi<ytlns Csddemaft . . mj.<^. 

Johanna Bauwrf • ^j*^ 

Matilda Hannelay • • • iiij.^. 

IsoU Andrew . . . iig^t 
Summa — zzziij.^. iiij.r^ 



BCBWTK. 

Willelmus Qrenefeld', ffrankUn, 

ft Tjf . . . . nj *. UIJ.A 
Thomss Kjnstone, CarpenUr, 

ft nC zij.rf. 

Bobertus Kynstane, Syi&r, ft tx*. zij.^. 

Willelmus Smyth, Faber, ft rx" . vj.//. 

Bicardua Longoe, dssor, ft tx* . y}.(L 

Philippus Britteby, StUor, ft vx . Tj.rf. 

Bicardua Webster, Tcsfor* ft Tx* . Tj.r/. 

Johannes Addy, FhIIo, k^x" , , yj.d, 

Bobertus Boywill' Cissor, ft tx" . rj.d, 

Johannes F4;e ft yx" . • . iitj^. 

Siephanus flbx ft Tx* . . iiiju/. 

Bobertus Jolyf ft vx" . . iUj^. 

Bobertus Be& ft Tx" . . iiU'/. 

Thomas Talour ft tx" . . iiU-^* 

Bicafdus Smyth ft tjT . . iiij.f'. 

Adam Bsrkar ft Tx" . • iiij^. 

Johannes Pyper ft Tx" . . iiij.^* 

WUlelmus Cok ft Tx* . * u^d. 

Bicardua Wodhouse ft tx . . iii].d, 

Johannes Lygfatfote ft T3f . • iiij''* 

Hugo Spyftk ft t:^ . • • iiU''* 

Willelmus Spynk ft Tx" . ii]\'d. 

Johannes Talour ft TX. . • • iiijf'* 

Johannes Pye ft t:^ • • iiij-<'« 

Thomas filius Boberti ft rf . . ui^.d. 

Micholans Merchedeh ft tx** . n\i'd. 



Bobertus de Haltoh ft yx*" 
Willelmus filius Badulphi ft vtC 
Willelmus Chapmaft ft riC 
Henricus Harpyn ft Tjf 
Johannes de Keswyk ft tx"* 
Johannes ElTsmaft ft t^ 
Willelmus Skercroft ft t:^ 
Johannes Persoftmafi ft yjC 
Bobertus Long* ft tx" 
Henricus Schephird' ft tx" 
Walteni4 Brabaner ft t:^ 
Willelmus Smyth ft t^ 
Willelmus de Tadcaster ft tx" 
Bobertus at ye Weir ft tx* 
Willelmus de Thomour ft vjT 
Johannes STngaldoh ft tx" 
Johannes filius AgneUs ft tx" 
Willelmus Leker ft t^* . 
Johannes Webster ft t^T 
Johannes Elynsoft ft tx" • 
Hugo Mott ft t:^ 
Jolunnes Chery ft t^ . 
Willelmus Schepyn ft r£' . 
Johannes Blayara' ft tx" . 
Bobertus Sirepstak ft \]C . 
Thomas Bygyng* ftr^ • 
WUlelmus MorriU' ft t^ . 
Bobertus Schephird' ft t^ 
Randolphus del Scholes ft tx" 
Johannes Talour ft yiT • 
Johannes Denny ft riT . 
Johannes Denny junior ft riT 
Willelmus Bowland' ft T^ 
Bicardua Lome ft t^ . 
Adam WyresJale ft tjT . 
WUlelmus Schephird' ft tjT . 
Johannee de Swylyngtob ft tiT 
Johannes West ft t^ . 
Bobertus Byder ft r)^ . 
Bobertus WilUamsob ft TiT . 
Bobertus Morrill' ft tjT 
Johannes Schephird' ft riC . 
Johannes Morwyk ft tC . 
Willelmua Spenser ft riT 
Johannes Lsoglay ft tx" . 
Bicardua de Morwyk ft viC . 
Thomas de Waltoh ft nC 
Johannes Liuersegh' ft tx" . 
Bobertus Manhall' ft tx" 
Thomas QueldaU* ft tx" 
Alicia Pye 
laabella Milias . 
Elena Kychyn 
Bobertus PhilipmaA 
Willelmus Kynstaik 
Isabella KynstaA . 
Agnes flVsse . 
Agnes Kystaft 
AUcii Tadcastr' 
Agnes Tadecarti' 
Alicia Wryght . 
Emma Batell* 
Johanna Harpyn . 
Magota Harpyn 
Agnes BryttAteuy . 



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WAPPENTAGIUM DB SKYBAK*. 



Johannes Dunyngtofi 
WillelmuB Schephird' 
Henricus Smythmaii 
Agnes de Edlyngtoii 
Robertus de Edyngtofi 
Robertus de Ledstofi 
Alicia seruiens Elene 
Klena Mott . 
Agnes filia Alani 
Elena Grenefeld' . 
Johanna Grenefeld' 
Thomas Addy 



(Membrane 41^, column 1.) 



Alicia Addy . 
Johannes Denny . 
Magota Gildoghter . 
Agnes Lome .... 
AUcia Lome . 
Johannes seruiens Alicle 
Henricus seruiens Alicie 
Alicia seruiens Johannis 
Elisabet Morwyk . 
Katerina Morwyk 
Robertus de 6irto& 
JBadulfus de Poiertoli . 
.Johannes seruiens Radulfi 
Johanna de Maner 
Willelmus Jonemali 
Johannes de ffxystofi . 
Alicia de Ledestofi . 
Willelmus de Liuersegh 
Elena Liuersegh 
Mai^reta seruiens Johannis 

Summa — xlvj..f. iilj.d. 



Heddynglat. 

Willelmus del Cote & vf 
Willelmus fibrmafi & vx 
Robertus Talour & vx 
Johannes del Wolhouse & vx 
Willelmus Benet k vx* . 
Robertus fforester & vx'" 
Willelmus Carter & vx" . 
Thomas Benet & vx" . 
Johannes Watsoil & vx"^. . 
Willelmus de firaunce k vx~ 
Thomas Bradeforth & vx" 
Willelmus de Burlay & vx . 
Nigellus de Burlay & vx" 
WUlelmus Kutyng' k viT.. . 
Robertus del Wolhouse k vx 
AlanuB Samme k vx" . 
Adam Hunter k vx" 
Johannes Milner k vx" 
Thomas Warde k vx" 

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Matilda Benet 
Adam Hunter. 
Willelmus de fihwdofi . 
Agnes de Burlay 
Johannes de ffraunce . 
Alicia Hunter . . 
Johannes Suter' . 
Willelmus Warde . 
Margareta filia Nigelli . 
Willelmus de WypjsdaU' 
Johannes Wodhewher . 
Willelmus Bamefadir 
Robertus Walkar 
Johannes Walkar. . 
Johannes de Haworth . 
Willelmus Warde junior . 

Summa— xiij.6' 



COLTNGHAM. 

Willelmus Swynherd* k vx" 
Rogerus Munkhayt k vx". 
Uadulfus Suter k vx" . 
Elias Cokreir k vx" , 
Willelmus Kychynmah k vx 
Ricardus Webster & vx" . 
Henricus Milner k vx" 
Henricus Cowhird' k vx" 
Thomas Smyth k vx" . 
Willehnus del Cote k vx" 
Thomas de Layburii k V3l 
Willelmus BassehoU k vf 
Johannes del Cote k vx" 
Thomas Whayt k vx 
Johannes del Holyns & vx' 
Ricardus Couper k vx" . 
Robertus Kychynmafi k vx" 
Johannes EychynmaSi k vx 
Johannes Netter k vx" 
Willelmus Eychynmaii k vx 
Ricardus Wryght & vx" 
Robertus Prestmail k vx" 
Willelmus Page k vx" . 
Ricardus Brands k vi^ . 
Johannes Marshall' k vx" 
Johannes Brynnehand' k vx" 
Ricardus fifrerma& 
Agnes Page . 
Emma Broune 
Agnes Mabbe . 
Thomas del Cote . 
AUcia relicta Thome 
Willelmus Kydde . 
Thomas Kydde 
Johannes de Bellam . 
Agnes Couper . 
Iklai^gareta filia Willelmi 
Robertus Wryght . 
Willelmus Page . 
Thomas Houell* 
Radulf us de Cowtoii . 
Willelmus Whayte . 
Johannes Schephird* . 



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S17 



WiUalmua Talour . • 

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Summa — xv^. wjuL 



(Membrane 416, column 2.) 



Pabltiotox*. 

Villelmaa Elys, Eiquier, & vaT vj^. 
Thomas de Ledea, ffranUafi, ft 

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\7iUeUntts de Hyllom' k tjT 
Huffo Uelwys k y:C 
\<riflelmus Ayctob ft vz" . 
Willehnus Masoh ft vx" 
Thomas Milner ft t^T 
Henricus Wrjght ft vx" 
Thomas Snarte ft tC 
Johannes fiUus Thome ft vx^ 
Henricus Brrtofi ft vsT . 
WiUelmus nrju ft vx 
Willelmus firemab ft vx . 
Robertas de Brettoh ft vx 
Johannes de Parys ft vx* . 
Henricus Clerk ft tsT . 
Adam Carter ft Tx . 
Johannes Qrayne ft vx 
Johannes de Ayctoh ft tx 
Willelmus Dunnyngf . 
Johanna Barker 
Thomas del Hawe 
Johannes Stephyn . 
Willelmus Thomasmaft 
Nicholaus Coke • 
Bobertus del Lawe 
Ricardus del West « 
Henricus Webster 
Bicardus at ye Tounend' 

8umma— xx^. iWyd 



Alli:rto2i% juxta aquom. 
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Johannes fIVemafi, IToiiber, ft tx*^ . 
Johannes firemaft junior, LffMter, 

Walterus Kelesthorp' ft tjT 
Johannes de fiauaoe ft vx 
Henricus Horsforth ft tx 
Henricus de Stubbys ft tx* 
Rogcnis de Cli^tob ft tx 
Henricus del Mert ft tjT 
Johannes de Mere ft tx 
Ricardus Knesall* ft tx . 
Johannes WataoA ft tx 
Johannes filius Boberti ft ri* 



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Bobertus del Mere ft t^* 
Adam ffyaher ft tx . 
Bobertus Watmali • 
BicaMus Watmafi 
Henricus del Mere . 
Willelmus seruiens Johanni'i 
Isabella SremaA 

Summa—ix.^. 



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Adam Clerk ft Tf 
Willelmus Aberforth ft vx 
Willelmus Bedfer ft tx 
I Johannes Dame AlismaA ft vx 
I Thomas Marscehair ft vx" 
' Willelmus Masoh ft vx . 
I Johannes Bosvill' ft tx^ 
. Bobertus Schephird* ft tx 
i Johannes fiysseher ft tx"* 
Johannes ffoz ft tx"^ 
Thomas Talour ft tx" . 
I Johannes Kogge 
Margareta ClerkmaydeA 
Elena Mruiene Jotiannis . 
Cecilia del HaUe . 

Summa^T^. 



lULELAT. 

Isabella de Methelay, Tcoue, I>ame 

de Esquier .... iij*. 
Henricus Spenser, Host Her, ft tiT 
Henricus Walker, Walker,^ v^ . 
Willelmus Walker, Walltr, ft tx" 
Willelmus Talour, Talour, ft yjT . 
Johannes Wards, Marshall, ft 



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WiUelmus Seriaunt ft tx 
Willelmus Tadcer ft t^ 
Johannes Croukeschag* ft tx 
Bicardus de Skalwra ft t^ 
Johannes Mode ft tx" 
Willelmus Schalwra ft vx" 
Walterus BTshop* ft xiC . 
Alanus del Ker ft tx" . 
Johannes Pyntylvrag^ ft tx' 
BoWrtus filius Ade ft vx** 
Willelmus AUn ft vx" . 
Symoh Byssehop' ft vx" 
Johannes Bulur ft vx" 
Johannes Clerk ft vx" . 
Johannes Wayte ft rjT . 
Willelmus de Idill ft' tx" 
Willelmus de OranehiU' A 
Johannes Depdale ft vx" . 
Adam de Menwyth ft tx" 
AnabilU relicU KigelU . 
Matilda relicU Jordani 



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818 



WAPPBNTAGIUM DE SKYRAK . 



WillelmuB Pyntilwagge 
Johannes filius Willelmi 
Matilda Rym^gtoli 
WillelmuB Miliier 
Cristiana Peke 
Johanna Bullur 
Matilda Peke . 
Johannes Wade . 
Johannes Russeir . 
Robertus ffauler . 
Thomas Hyne 



(Membrane 41^, column 8.) 

Johannes LetesoSi 

Johannes Nelesou . 

Ystas' Dynelay .... 

Matilda Isabell' 

Summa — xyiij.«. x.d. 



Wtodon'. 

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Kicholaus de Alwaldlay & tx*^ 
WillelmusleWalche&Yx" . 
Johannes de Burlay & tx*' 
Adam filius Rlcardi & v^ . 
Johannes de Bradef orth & y:C 
Johannes de Wygdoli & yjC . 
Willebntis de Halle k vx" 
Hanricus Webster k v:C 
Johannes del WoUehouse & yiC 
Johanna relicta Robert! . 
Johannes seruiens Robert! . 
Adam filius Willelmi 
Willelmus Souter 
Johannes Souter 
Cecilia relicta Robert! . 
Johanna de Bradeforth' . 
Matilda seruiens Nicholai 
Ricardus filius Nicholai . 
Thomas filius Nicholai 
Johanna seruiens Ade . 
Isabella Webster 
Margeria Wester (nc) 

Summa — Tij.9. iiij.ff, 



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Nicholaus de Stansfeld', firanklafi, 

vx . . . . 11} J. 11^ .a. 
Johaunes Lowcok, Hostiler, & 

yTC . . . . • . xy.<f. 
Johannes Chartres HostUer, & 

var xij.rf. 

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k yiC ..••., Yj.cf. 
Willelmus de Wyke, Carjpcnter, 

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Thomas Resell*, fi'ufor, & vx* . . vj.rf. 
Nicholaus de Iltoii, Taloutj k 

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Johannes Coke k vx* . 
Willelmus Lyster & vx* 
\^'illelmu8 de Rowlay k vx* 
Johannes Kytsoli k vx* . 
Adam Wade k vx 
Johannes de Ledes k vx" 
Ricardus Walker k vx* 
Adam Wilsoii k vx* 
JordanuB Thometofi k vx* 
Willelmus Tumour k vx* 
Hugo filius Hugonis k y^ 
Adam Balle k vx* . 
Johannes de Collyng' k vx* 
Johannes de Newerke k vx' 
Ricardus Talour k vx* 
Henricus Suter & v^" 
Johannes Smyth k vx 
Johannes Blilner k viC 
Johannes VylaSi k vsC . 
Johannes Yole k vf 
Ricardus Lang' k viT . 
Willelmus de Ilkelay & viT 
Johannes Judsofi k vx 
Johannes HueteoBi & yjC, 
Johannes AVade k viT . 
Johannes Curtays k vx* . 
Henricus Couper k vsT 
Henricus de Stubbyng^ k \ 
Thomas de Parys k vx* 
Johannes iTouler k vx* . 
Ricardus Wyn k vx* . 
Johannes Hkelay k vtT . 
Johannes de Rowland' vx* 
Petrus Studehird* k vx" . 
Thomas Grenehill k vx* 
Thomas de Brunlay k vsT 
Johannes Yarkar & vx* . 
Symon del Wode k vx* 
Johannes Dykehouse k vx* 
Adam Myiymaii k vif 
Johannes Dicoiisoii k v^* 
Johannes Hannesob k vx* 
Robertus Ibbotsuh k vx* 
Willelmus Dyconsoft k vx 
Adam fiydcok k viT 
Johannes fiydcok k vx 
Henricus Capimaft k vx 
Rogerus Webster k vx 
Johannes Collyngworth k vx 
Thomas £Becher k vf 
Robertus Gybsofi k viT . 
Johannes Elyssofi k vx 
Ricai'dus Millner k vx* . 
Willelmus Tumour k vx"" 
Johannes filius Roger! k viT 
Willelmus firersoii k yjT 
Adam del Wode k ynC . 
Johannes fflecher k vx* 
Ricardus Hunt k viC 
Johannes Kytsofi k vx 
Thomas de Crosselay vt* 
Willelmus Sugdeil k vf 
Johannes del Rodes k viT 
Johannes del Syke k rf 



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319 



Willelmtia Wylleadefi & Ti* 
Thomas de Rode k. yf . 
Johannes Couper ft viT 
Johannes Dobsoft & vx . 
Adam de Rauenrod' & vz 
Nicholaus de Cottynglay vx 
Johannes de Paiys ft v£ 
Henricus del Cote ft y£ . 
AnabiUa CoUyng' 
Matilda Blawer . 
Matilda Costyne . 



(Membrane 42, column 1.) 



Isabella Balle 
Johumes Wade 
Cecilia filia Johannis . 
Johannes Huetsoll . 
Matilda Cosyn 
Margaret Newerk 
Matuda filia Johannis . 
Cecilia Milner 
Johannes seruiens Johannis 
iMbella seruiens Thome 
Johanna de Scheplay . 
MaUlda Mylaft 
Agnes del Wode . 
Alicia de Korthall' . 
Alicia ifoaler 
Johannes ffouler 
MatUda de llkelay 
Matilda de Parys . 
Juliana Bonet 
Ricardus WyndhiU' 
Rogenis Wade 
Hugo Rylyng* . 
Agnes Couper 
Willelmus Dioonsoik 
Johannes Symsofl 
Willelmus de Pilleiworth 
Ricardus seruiens Yicatii 
Alicia de Prestoft . 
Thomas seruiens Vicarii 
AUcU de Wyiidhiir 
RoKems seruiens Johannis 
Johannes filius Willekni 
Johanna de Helwyk 
Agnes de Clatoft 
AnabilU Blolk . 
Eliaabet de Knanton 
WiUelmus fiUus WiUelmi 
Adam filius Ade 
Johannes filius WiUelmi 
Juliana de Haworth* 
Agnes del Syke . 
Matilda Milner 
Cecilia de Parys . 

Summa^-xlvij.i 



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Ricardus de Mortofi ft t^ 
Willelmus filius Stephani ft vf 
Thomas Hird* ft vf 
Johannes Wodhouse ft tx 
Johannes Skynner ft v:C 
Robertus Wodehouse ft yx^ 
Robertus Wade ft tx" . 
Adam Wade ft txT 
Robertus Ryder ft vx** 
Johannes de Cave ft vx* 
Rogenis filius Rogeri ft t^ 
Radulfus Smyth ft tiT 
Ricardus Aldefeld* ft vjT . 
Johannes filius Mathei ft tx'^ 
Ricardus de Westofi ft vx" 
Matheus Lynthawith ft ryT 
Thomas Mohaut ft viC 
Thomas ffouler ft Yf 
Thomas Wilsoft 
Magota del Oylle 
Willelmus ThomsoA 
Thomas Wodehouse 
Agnes filia Rogeri . 
Johanna Randoghter 
Johannes de Lokwode 
Radulfus del HaUe 
Johannes Alcok 
Willelmus Hunt . 
Johannes de Manne 
Matilda Wade . 
Thomas Rvder 
Emma Ryder 
MatUda filia Robert! 
IsabeUa filia Rioardi 
Willelmus Badger . 

Summa^xj^. ▼iJj.rf 



ROCDOK*. • 

Johannes de Roudon, ffiranklaft, ft 
▼x* . . . iijj 

Ricardus fiUus Nicholai ft rjT 
Johannes de MonktoA ft xx' 
Adam Caudra ft ynC 
WiUelmus Ibotsob ft vx* . 
Ricardus Erode ft rC . 
Thomas Sadder ft tjT 
Johannes Casse ft tx" . 
Hugo Lang* ft vx* . 
lU^rdus Jaksoft ft tjT 
WiUelmus Talour ft T;r . 
Hugo de ffolr&yt ft tiC 
WiUelmus Thomaofi ft tx". 
Willelmus del Orene ft yx" 
Adam del Lee ft y^T 
Johannes Bumehsgh ft yjT 



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TOL. TI* 



820 



WAPPENTAGIUM DE SKYBAK . 



Adam de Miklay & yx"* . 
RicarduB del Grene & ysT' 
Matilda de Clapham 
AgDOB filia Hugonis . 
Petronilla Brode . 
Agnes Beruiens Ade 
Johanna seruiens Roger! . 
KicarduB ffolifayt 

Summa — zj.«. 

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Willelmus de Aldeburgh', Clii- 

ualer, xx.g. 

WillelmuB filios ejusdem Willel- 

mi, Esquier, . . iij.f. iiij.(f. 

Willelmus Prestmafi, BocJier, & 

vx** ... ... x^.d, 

Thomas Serlsoil, Drapour, & vx . xij.cf. 
Willelmus ManchoU^ Hosliler, & 

vx"* . . , . , . xij.^. 
RobertuB Prestmaii, Bocher.k vxT xij.d. 
Hugo Loueir, f&ankla&, & vsTiij.^f. iuj.d. 
Robertus fflynt, Sutor, & vx*^ , vj.d. 



(Membrane 42, column 2.) 



Willelmus de Harwod' & vx*" 
NicholauB Dauso& & vx" 
Johannes Seriaunt & vx*^'. 
Robertus fifare & vaf . 
Nicholaus Gilsoii & yx . 
Willelmus Pye & vx"* . 
Willelmus Bensoii k vx~ . 
Johannes Gascone & vx* 
Johannes Serlsoli & tx* . 
WUlehnuB Cowhird* & rx" 
Willelmus Wilsoft & vxT . 
Ricardus Beestofi & yx~ 
Rpbertus Marschall' & -^^ 
Johannes fiQynt & vx" . 
Thomas Tybsofi &, yx 
Johannes Scotte & vx'' 
Johannes de Bayldoil £ vx" 
Johannes Buteler & yx'" 
Robertus ffawkes & tx^ . 
Adam Carter & vif 
Johjuanes Gobet & x:C 
Tlobertus de Tyndale & vx 
.iobertus CoUok & vsT . 
Johannes Asche & vx . 

^Robertus Belle & vsT 
Adam de Milforth & vx*^ 

; Johannes Graynesofi & vx^. 
Ricardus de Haltofi & vsT 
Ricardus del More k yx" . 
Ricardus Whitteknaue & viT. 
Thomas fifyndyme & yx*^. 
Henricus filius Roberti & yiT 
Thomas del More & yx*^ . 
Ricardus Walker & ysT 



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Willelmus Chaumbirlafl & yx" 
Robertus Boteler & yx~ . 
Willelmus Porter & Yf 
Johannes del Eychyn & yjT 
Hargeria Rixan . • • • 
Waltenis Wilmail . 
Johannes de Belaud' . 
Robertus fflynt 
Cecilia de Brytteby 
Johannes Belle 
Willelmus ThomemaSi 
Thomas Jonmah 
Alicia seruiens Johannis 

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chaunt, & yx*" . 
Robertus de Martofi & yx 
Willelmus Thomsoil & yjT 
Johannes Stubber & yx* . 
Robertus Schuter & yx" 
Willelmus del Stanes & yx 
Henricus Stubber & tjT 
Willelmus filius Galfridi & v:l 
Johannes Symsoli & Yf 
Johannes Colstane- ft yiT . 
Johannes Wilkynsoft ft yx 
Willelmus Makelayk ft y£ 
Johannes Sawage ft t£ 
Robertus Sawf^e & Yf . 
Henricus Hare ft yx* . 
Johannes WyntirburS ft Yi 
Johannes Wilsofi ft yx 
Hugo Kyte ft yx . 
Willelmus Nellesofi ft t£ 
Henricus de Lede ft y£ • 
Robertus Hudsofi ft yx 
Willelmus Milner ft yiT . 
Johannes Carter ft Yf 
Willelmus Yong* ft yiT . 
Robertus Talour ft yf 
Johannes Hirde ft y£ 
Johannes de MartoSk . 
Robertas de Carletqfi 
Ricardus filius Johaanis 
Willelmus Gyges . 
Matilda de Brunlay 
Elisabet Walkar . 
Willelmus de Doynes . 
Thomas Jonemail . 

Summa— xviij.f. yHj 

Adill'.w 

Henricus Coi;?hird' ft t£ % 
Willelmus Pode ft yx . 



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WAPPENTAOIUil DE 6KTBAK. 



321 



Jobuines Alaft ft y£' . 
JobaDnes Dyoomofi k tjT 
RicarduB Yung* k y£' . 
Robertui Djcoiiio& k TiT 
Adam de Burtoft k nT 
Robertus Wilflofi ft YiT . 
Robertufl Schephlxd' ft ri 
Hugo fflecher ft riC 
Johannei filiut Httgonia ft viT 
Johannes fiayrebarne ft yi* 
Adam Cartewryj^t ft y£ 
Hugo Talour ft tsT . 
Juhannea Milner ft nC 
Robertas filius Hagonis ft tsT 
Robertas AlaA ft y^ . 
WiUelmus filius Riositli ft yx" 
Willelmus Stubl^ ft Tx" . 
Johannes Kay ft ri" 
Hugo Duraunt ft yf • 
RobKsrtus Mariob ft ysT . 
Henricus del Cote ft yx^ 
Johannes Miresdiaw ft y^T 
Kicardus Marschall' ft yz^ . 
Robertus Talour ft y^T 
Henricus Gren^poih ft 



(ITembnae 42, oolumn 3.) 



Willelmus Milner ft y^ . 
Robertus seruiens Edmnndi 
Magota del Qrene . 
Hargareta seruiens Ade 
Robertus filius Robert! . 
WiUelmus Raygate 
WiUelmus fiUus Roberti . 
Elena del Bank • 
Johanna del Halle • 
Matilda deDenioA 
AUcia filia Ade 
MatUda fiUa Hagonis . 
Anabilla del Rane . 
Beatrix Lyly 
Johannes Smytbmafi 
Beatrix flUa W^Ulelmi . 
Elisabet flUa Hugonis . 
Johanna filia WiUelmi . 
Alicia Caudrm . 
Johannes de Bramhop . 
Robertus seruiens E^nundi 
Johannes Qeminys 
WiUelmus Jonemaft 
Jobanues Robertmalk • 
Alyn de AdiU' . 
Johannes Sobsphlrd' 



SOBADBWXU.'. 

Ricardtts ye Elder, CarpeuUTt ft 
yx* 



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Johannes Admet^ CariewrUh\ ft 
yx* yj.rfi 

Johannes HuUe, Dmpcur^ ft yx* yj.</. 

Robertus Huby, Drapour, ft nC . yj.rf. 

Johannes Leg ft y:^ . . Ihld. 

Johannes del £wiy ft yx* . . iu]M. 

Thomas Japhup ft yx* . . iuj.i/. 

Thomas Dughtv ft yx* 

Johannes Smyth ft yx* . 

Johannes BiUam ft yx* 

Henricus Cartewiyth ft yx* 

Johannes Beuerlay ft yiT 

WUlelmus del Mede ft yx* 

WUlelmus Totty ft yjT 

Jacobus Wilsoft ft ysT 

Johannes Blethum ft yx* 

Robertus Yorke ft nC 

Johannes NelesoA ft riC 

Robertus Keleaoft ft yx* . 

Robertus Howchethorp' ft yx' 

Magota de Huby 

AUcia reUcta Johannls 

Johannes filius Emme 

AUcia de Huby . 

Maigareta Bolt 

Alicia de Mede . 

CecUia RyuyU' 

MaboU Ryder 

Johanna Britteby . 

Johannes del Ewry 

Johannes del Bank . 

Robertus seruiens Roberti 

Johannes Smythsoft 

Adam seruiens WUIelmi 

MagoU fiUa WUIelmi 

Ricardus seruiens WiUelmi 

AUda filia Johannis 

Emma filia Ricardi 

Johanna filia Johannis 

Johannes Nawtehird' . 

Robertus filius Ricardi • 

WUlelmus fiUus Ricardi 

Summa— xyA ij(/. 



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Johannes PUselew, Ilosliler, ft riC 
Radulfus Pluseleir, Barker, 
Jobannesde TymbiU*, Smy/l, ft yx* 
WiUelmus Lyster, Lytier, ft yx* • 
Symon PasselewmaA, Bicker, ft 

yx* 

Johannes de Newtofi, JforcAaicjil, 

ft yx*. xi\xl, 

Johannes Dykmaft, Somter, ft yiT . wi.d, 
Johannes Rynaws, Sw^, ft y^ . yj.<f. 
WUUlmus Sneir, Talour, ft yx* . vj.r/. 
Johannes Arusmyth, Smyth, ft yx" yj.f/. 
Thomsa MUssoft« Talour, ft yx* . yjrf, 
Johannes MamiA, MasoiT, ft yf . vyd, 

Y S 



824 



WAPPENTAGITJM DB CLARROWB. 



Rogerus Eychynmafi & vx" . . m].d, 

Johannes de Caluerlay & tx" • iiij.c2. 

Willelmus del Stabill' k tx" . . iiij.(;{. 

Ricardus Saundersofi & tx" . . m}.d. 



(Membrane 425, column 3.) 

Thomas Kychynmafk . . . ii^j d. 

Isabella seniiens Hugonis . . ii\j.r?. 

Willelmus Watsofi . . . . m}.d. 



Magota fiUa Thome 
Robertus Oxinhird' 
Alicia del Lee 
Agnes filia Rogeri . 
Agnes filia Roberti 
Alicia filia Henrici . 
Rogerus Rowland 
Johannes filius Rogeri 
Beatrix filia Simonis 

Summa — ^vij^. 



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Summa totalis — xlj.Zi. xv^. mj.d. 



(Membrane 43, column 1.) 



WAPPENTACHIUM DE CLARROWE. 



Villa de Bbhbslat. 
Petnis Mawleuerer, Chiualery & 



Txor ejus 

Henricus Wylde & vxor ejus . . 
Willelmus de Coppelay & vxor 

ejus •••••• 

Johannes de Bukdefl & vxor ejus 
Johannes ffoylhird' & vxor ejus . 
Thomas Pal&ayman & vxor ejus . 
Thomas Coke & vxor ejus . 
Willelmus de Estby & vxor ejus . 
Henricus Barker & vxor ejus 
Bobertus de Boghland' & vxor 

ejus . . ... 

Johannes Denyas k vxor ejus 
Willelmus Sclater, Sclater, & vxor 

ejus 

Henricus Dunnyng* & vxor ejus . 
Johannes Judman & vxor ejus . 
Willelmus Wright, Carpeiit€i\ & 

vxor ejus .... 
Willelmus Dunnyg' & vxor ejus . 
Johannes Hardy & vxor ejus 
Willelmus Quest & vxor ejus . . 
Johannes Icomegiir & vxor ejus . 
Johannes Prikehors & vxor ejus . 
Willelmus BennesoSi &; ^'xor ejus 
Johannes Tunwright' & vxor ejus 
Johannes de Thwaytes & vxor ejus 
Willelmus Baldeman & vxor ejus 
Johannes Jolyman & vxor ejus . 
Johannes de Akes & vxor ejus 
Willelmus de Stanelay & vxor ejus 
Robertus Skynner & vxor ejus . 
Ricardus Enyghtsoii & vxor ejus 
Willelmus Paytfyfi & vxor ejus , 
Galfridus Freremaii & vxor ejus . 
Thomas del Holme & vxor ejus . 
Ricardus de RispiU' & vxor ejus . 



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Johannes Brewester & vxor ejus . 
Thomas Blake & vxor ejus . 
Thomas Spynk', jErman'iu, . . 
Willelmus Mawe & vxor ejus 
Willelmus Speltyng* & vxor ejus 
Ricardus de Lede, CisgOTi & vxor 

ejus 

Hugo de Heslyngtoil, Sutor, k vx" 

ejus 

Henricus Sagher & vxor ejus 
Willelmus Sagher, Sagher, 
Emma de Haytfeld' . 
Emma filia ejusdem 
Beatrix de Holme 
Cecilia Webster 
Agnes Chauntour 
Alicia filia Ricardi Knyghtsoii 
Alicia de Lede 
Janyn de Bemeslay 
Elena Walker 
WillelmuB Coke 
Johanna de Qayregraue 
Agnes de Hortofi . 
Willelmus Tuphird* . 
Anabilla Breuster . 
Alicia Wodeman 
Anabilla Martyn 
Agnes Norys 
Cecilia Bakstanclyff* 
Alicia de Chaumbr* . 
Eleyenora de Ledes 
Alicia de Boghland 
Mariona Symwyf . 
Alicia Dunnyg' . 
Cecilia Dunnyg' 
Cristiana Dunnyg* 
Agnes Spynk . 

Summa — xliij.9. vj.d. 



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WAPP2NTAQIUM DE CLABBOWE. 



325 



NnsxriLD*. 

Kicholaui d« Sardebiu^h', Ar- ( dimid. 

miger, . . . . ) maro. 

Kob^tiB Barbour* k nC ejiu • iiij.c/. 

Willelmos Cokbridd* ft vxor eju« ilij.</. 

JohiuineB lUapeU' k Txor ejus iuj.r/. 
JoluumM Tumour, Tommour\ k 

Tzorejus .... yj.i/. 

JohanoM Ox«nherd' k TXor ejus iiij.^. 

JohjuiDet Pakok* k rzor ejus . . iiij.<<. 
Johannes flliua Hugonis k Tzor 

ejua iuj.d. 

Henricua Annotsoft k Tzor ejus . iiij.r^ 

Willelmna Shephird' k vxor ejus inj.d, 

Johannes Adaooson k vxor ejua . iiij.c/. 
Bksrdus Davsoft, MarchatineT, k 

Txor ejus .... ▼j.''. 

Robertua Dawsoh k vxor ejus . aiij.r/. 

Johannes Ibottesoft k rxor ejus . iiij.r/. 

Johannes de Colgyll* k Txor ejus iuj.tf, 

Johannes de Lune (?) k rxor ejus iiiyfi. 

Radulphus Webster k Txor ejus . luyf. 
Willelmus de ArthTngtoh k tx** 

ejus . . * . iiij.r/. 

Henricus BirktwysoU', Sator, . . yyd. 

Knuna Uudwyf , vidua, . iitj.rf. 
Mogota seruiens WiUelmi de Arth- 

ingtoA itij.<f. 

Alicia filia Bobertt DaudsoA iiij.tf. 

ICagota filia Henrici Annotesoh . iiij.<f. 

Johannes filius Willekni Shephird* iilj.</. 

Thomaa Dawsoil .... iiij.t/. 

IsabelU filia Robert! Barbour . . iiij.r/. 

Matilda Cokbridd' . iuj.<f. 

Johannes de Menwyth' . . . ixij.ci. 

Johannes de Donnoili . • . iiij.ci. 

Johannes Taillour . iuj.'i. 

Bobertus Buktrout . . iiij.'/. 

Matilda filia Henrid Annotttoft . uiyi. 
Alicia seruiens Nioholai de Scar J • 

burgh* iiij.'^ 

Summa— XTij.«. xJ, 



MlDELTOX*. 

Nicholaus de Midolton, Miles, xx.#. 

AUcia de BUtofi .... uij.</. 

Johannes de Wodi* . . iiij.r^ 

Cecilia ICsaofi .... iiij.f/. 

Beatrix Norjs . . iiij.r/. 

Robertus Wayte . . iitj.</. 

Johannsa Maungeisoik k vx^ejus iiij.e/. 

Robertus filiua ejua . . iti^.r/. 

Bobertus de Kjchyn k vxor ejtts iiij.f/. 

Ricardua Prestman k vxor ejus . inyd, 

Vagota filia eius .... iiij.c/. 

Rioirdus Qythlay k TXor ejus . iiij.</. 

Robertus Oythlay k vxor ejus . iiij.//. 

Thomas Breytes k vxor ejus . . iiij.rf. 

Rieardus Benne k rxor ejiu iiij.^/. 

Willelmos Kableso& . . iiij.'/. 

Isabella filia ejua . iiij.ff. 



Willelmui Pas 
Agnes Uolynhagh' 
Thomas Way k vxor ejus 
Johanna Pas 
Thomas Swalowe 
Johannes filius cjnsdem 
Johannes Magotsoh k vtf* ejus 
Thomas JohsAmai\ Magotsoh 
Eustachius Johh Maidenmagotsofi 
Johannes Gylyott' k vxor ejus 
Hugo Webster k vxor ejus • 
Rieardus Thomsoh, }Veliter,kYi' 

ejua .... 

Beatrix Daudewyf . 
Johannes Dausoft, Carpcnttr^ 
Hobertus Dausoli 
Johanna Oowedoghter 
Ricardua Dausoft k t^ ejus 
Johanna filia ejua • 
MagoUWayU . 
Cecilia Webster, Textrix, 

gumma— xxxijs. yyL 



Villa ni Destom*. 

Adam Wayte, Firmariutf k vxor 

ejus 

Thomaa filius ejus . ' . . 
Johannes de Uomeby k viT ejus 
lliomss Hauke k vxor ejua 
Adam Milner k vxor ejua . . 
Radulphua Brantyng' & vjT ejua . 
Thomaa de *rano& 
Johannes Smyth*, FaUr, k viT 

ejus 

Willelmus Taylliour^ Huaband, k 

vjTejus 

Willelmus Wards k vx"* ejus . . 
Thomaa filius ejua 
Alicia Atkynwyf ... 

Willelmus Wayt & v£ ejua 
Thomaa Estbj k nC ejus . . 
Willelmus fibua ejus . 
Willelmus Holynlake k vx^ejua . 
Robertua Bythlay (f), Citwr, k 

vxor ejus .... 
Johannes de Preet[mafi] k vxor 

ejua 



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Robertus del Wode \}), Wcl^'ttr, k 

vxor ejus • vj.rf« 

Ricardua de Colno, Ciuor, k vxor 

ejus rj.d. 

Johannes Cowell' k vxor ejua iiij.(/. 

Willelmua Smyth' k tjT ejus . . iiij.'/. 

Agnes Henry wyf • iii j.f/. 

Johannes Hedwall' k vxor ejus . iiij.c/. 

Johannes de Bethum k vxor ejus iiij.r/. 

Ricardua Lutt' Jf k vxor ejus, 

Vnpour, .... Ij.f. 



826 



WAPPBNTAaiUM DE CLARROWB. 



Johannes Godexnan & Txor ejus . iiij.ef. 

Robertus Bustardbank' & yjT ejus iiiyd, 

Cristiana filia Johannis Edwall' . iiij.e^. 

Summa — zij.«. viij.(f. 

Villa de Askwtth*. 



Petrus de Martofi^ Fraunkelayn, & 

YiT'ejus 

WiUelmus del Hill' & Txor ejus . 
Robertus de Lyttofi & vxor ejus . 
Johannes filius Roberti & t:^ ejus 
Johannes Cutyler & vxor ejus 
Willelmus filius Thome & Yxor 

61 lis • • • • • • 

Johannes Halyfax & vxor ejus 
Ricardus de Ideir & vxor ejus 
Willelmus Batemafi & yx~ ejus . 
Johannes de Takwra & yxor ejus 
Willelmus de Mensiofi & vxor 

ejus .... 

Johannes atte Bek' & vsf ejus 
Robertus de LyttoSi senior k vx 

ejus 

Robertus Mawesoti & vxor ejus 
Thomas Newsom & ysT ejus 
Thomas de Scarlett & vi" ejus 
Ricardus Mynour' k vif ejus 
Thomas Mallomman & vx*" ejus 
Robertas Enotsofi & yiT %ub . 
Johannes de Mildeby k Txbr ejus 
Willelmus de Wode, Cittor, 
Willelmus Albanes, Ciasor, 
Nicholaus Tailliour, Cisior, . 
Robertus del Hill', Laboret^, 
Willelmus atte Tounehend', La 

OOTCr f . • . • 

Johannes Halyfax, Laborer^, 
Johannes seruiens Petri de 

MartoA .... 
Alicia Bateman 
Alicia del More, Ldborery 
Agnes HelaghmaydeS 
Matilda Mayre, Laborer, 
Cecilia Cowehird, Laborer^ 
Margreta Halyfax, Laborer, 
Johannes de Menstoft seruiens 
Johannes filius Johannis atte Bek 
Ricardus filius Roberti Mallesofi 
Alicia Webster, Laborer, 
Auicia Laborer 
Alicia Doegewyf . 
EUota de Helagh' . 
Alicia TaiUiour woman 
Willelmus Anderewe seruiens 
Andreas del Kerr* 
Agnes del Wode 
Johannes de Didde 
Isolda del Scales 
Johannes Cler (?) 
Johannes Enotspil . 
Elisota atte Bek' 
Willelmus Wards . 
Johannes filius Roberti Enotsoii 



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Willelmus frater ejus . . . mj,d. 

Agnes soror ejus . . . . mj,d. 

Johannes Mildeby Maydeil . . iiij.e?. 

Alanus Fox, SmwiymaH, . . xij.et. 

Galfridus Ttei', Glouer, . . xij.(f. 

Johannes Helagh' . . . iiij.<2. 
Summa — xxy.s. viij.c/. 



Villa db We6to»'. 

Johannes Qolyas & vxor ejus iiij.<f. 

Thomas Tailliour & vxor ejus . iiij.<i. 

Agues filia.ejus .... iiij.(2. 
Johannes Jaksofi, Faber, & yjC 

ejus « Y}.d. 

Joluumes Smyth' k vxor ejus . iiij.cf. 

Johannes del Ken' k vx" ejus . iiij.cl. 
Johannes de Claretofi k vxor 

ejus iiij.d. 

Elena Webstere .... iiij.(f. 

Johanna filia Willelmi • . . iiij.cf. 

Juliana filia Agnetis . . . iiij.c?. 

Agnes filia Rioardi . . . . iiij.(i. 

Alicia fiUa ejus .... iiij.(f. 

Agnes Eembester . . . . iiij.f/. 

Johannes Bateman k vxor ejus . iiij.<f. 

Willelmus Buktrout k ytC ejus . mj-d, 

Willelmus Jaksoii k vxor ejus • iiij.£?. 

Anabilla de Hewkesworth*, vidua, iiij.cf. 

Agnes filia Thome del Hall', vidua, iiij.ef. 

Agnes vxor Hugonis . . . mj.d, 

Johannes Beteson k vx" ejus . . iiij.d. 

Ricardus Clotheroui k vxor ejus . ui^.d, 
Summa — vij.«. ij.rf. 



Villa de Newall'. 

Johannes^ de Northwode k vxor 

ejus iiij.(f. 

Alicia vxor Johannis Millete . . inj.d. 

Adam Ibotsoii k vxor ejus . . Uij.d. 

Willelmus de Cliftofl k vxor ejus inj.d, 

Adam Ck>upenrode k vx" ejus . . Uij.d. 

Johannes Tibbesoft k vx" ejus . iiij.ef. 

Willelmus Smyth* k vxor ejus . iiij.flf. 

Ricardus Clynt k vx" ejus . . iiij.d. 

WiUelmus Hare k vxor ejus . iiij.ff. 

Ricardus Qill' k vxor ejus* . . iiij.d. 

Hugo Lufne k vx" ejus . . inj.d. 

Johannes Eydd', Outor, . . vj.cf. 

Willelmus seruiens Hugonis . iiij.^. 

Willelmus Lufne k vxor ejus . vj.cf. 

Agnes de Eskrik . . . . iiij.rf. 

Thomas seruiens ejus . . . iiij.cf. 

Willelmus Millner k vxor ejus . iiij.(£. 

Cecilia de Clynt .... iiij.cf. 

Johannes, seruiens Willelmi 

Smyth', k vx" ejus . . . iiij.<f. 

Agnes Milnerwyf . iiij.</. 

Alicia de Clynt . . . iiij.cf. 

Isota Huchonsoii . . mj.d, 

Robertus Alaynsofl . . iiij.d. 



WAPPENTAOIUM DE CLABKOWE. 



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RxcarduB Pawesofi k r^ ejiu 
Johannes filitu ejus 
Johannes Southwode, Camffex, 
Johannes QUI* & yxor ejus 
Willelmus DyksoR . 
Willelmus Milnersoh . 

Summa — z^. Ij.cf. 



YuAJl DC FFABNEL.iT. 

Johannes de Haylay k vxor ejus . 
Willelmus Ooday k yx" ejus 
Willelmus Gbday senior &i vjC 

ejus 

Johannes Smale k rxor ejus 
Ricardus Stubber k t^ ejus . . 
Alicia de Bland* vidua 
Thomas de Bland* k vx** ejus . . 
Robertus AVri^ht* k vxor ejus 
Johannes Wnght' senior Jc vxor 

ejus 

Matilda Angroui 
Johannes de Angrofii . 
Johannes Wright' k vx^ejus . . 
Rogerus RobynsoR k vaT ejus 
(Mstoforus k vxor ejus, SmytJi', . 
RoBsrus Webster k \x' ejus 
WUlelmus Fiawesofi k vx~ ejus . 
Cecilia filia dicti WUlelmi . . 
Henricus filius Willelmi k vjf 

ejus 

Willelmus Wards seruiens ejus . 
Alicia seruiens Willelmi PawesoA 
Elena relicta Qilberti . . 

Thomas PawesoA k viT ejus 
Cecilia nuper relicta Henrici . . 
Johannes Henrysoft seruiens 
Margareta Henredoghter . . 
iMbeUa filia WiUelmi Betesoh . 
Johannes Dawesoft & viT ejus . • 
Simon PaweeolS k rf ejus, SouUr, 
Willelmus Pawesofi senior k vjT 

ejus 

Johanna seruiens dicti Simonis . 
Johannes ffaukes k tjT ejus, 

wi»»*er, • • • • • 
Willelmus Haylay k yiT ejus . . 
Robertus de Wyndehousus k tx'' 

ejus 

Agnes filia Ntoholai . . 

willelmus Smale k vxor ejus 
Johanna filia ejus 
Rogems Cristofore k tC ejus 
Robertus Kandsoft, Firmarius, ii, 

▼x^ejus ..... 
Johannes Randsofi . 
Ricardus fiaukus k vz" eju9, 

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(Membrane 4S, column 3.) 

Willelmus f&ukes k vxor ejus 
Walterua del Stanes k vzor ejtis . 



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Johannes Stedeman k vxor ejus 
Willelmus Hamelyn k viC ejus 
Jacobus del Erodes k vxor ejus 
Alicia soror Willelmi CapeMani 
gumma — xviij.f. ij.<<. 



Villa di Lyhduat. 

Robertus de Lyndelay, Armiffer^iij^ 
Willelmus seruiens dicti Roberti . 
Ricardus seruiens dicti Roberti . 
Agnes seruiens Roberti 
Henricus Bond' k vif ejus 
Johannes Qomersale k nC ejus . 
Johannes HuetsoA k vxor ejus . 
Qilbertus de Lyndelay ft v^ ejus 
Thomas llutsofl ft vx** ejus . 
Thomas filius dicti Thome * . 
Lauerencius Alius dicti Thome . 
Agnes Huetwyf 
Johanna de Powle • . 
Matilda Schawe 
Margareta filia dicte Matilde, 

ScnsttTff ■ • . . . 
Johannes Oodehyue [ft] vx" ejus, 

Webster, 

Johannes Wautre [ft] t:C ejus . 
Juliana Jakdougter . . 

Johannes de Bland ft Ti* ejus 
Summa— ixj. xiiyd. 



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Lxthklat. 

Adam Foster ft v^ ejus . xij.rf . 

Henricus de Donnweir ft vsC ejus iiij.r/. 
Willelmus de DnnweU* ft Txor 

ejus m\.d, 

Willelmus Tankard ft TxT ejus . iil|.</. 

Thomai Milner ft Txor ejus . . iiiyd, 

Emma Tankard .... iiij.e/. 
Ricardus de Bradelay, Ciuor, ft 

vaTejus vj.r/. 

Ricardus filius ejus, CUmt, ft vx"^ 

ejus vj.</. 

Johannes Boeeworth' ft rx" ejus . iiiyd. 
Johannes Tankerd, fiHcher, ft 

Txor ejus ..... vj.</. 

Willelmus Schort ft vx~ ejus . iiij.</. 

Ricardus Tankard ft vx^ ejus . . iiij.c/. 

Itoliertus Malleioft ft vsT ejus . iiij.f/. 

Thomas Dobereir ft viT ejus . . iiij.'/. 

Adam de Keudale ft rx" ejus . tiij.</. 

Robertus Tankard' ft vx* ejus . . iii;.</. 

Allodia ffraward .... iiij.rf. 

Johannes Gentaux . . • . iig.rf. 

Robertus filius Uenrici ft rx" ejus iiij.</. 
Johannes filius Roberti ft v^ 

ejus Mi^jd, 

Matilda seniiens ejus . • iii^.f/. 

Johannes Clerc ft vx" ejus . . iiij.</. 

Johannes I>awsoA ft vxor ejus . iiij.r/. 



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WAPPBNTAGIUM DB CLABBOWE. 



Thomas Dawsofl k tx^ ejus 
Johannes de Hotofi, (Xtsor, & yiT 

CJtlB ■ • « • * • 

Johannes Nelleson & tz" ejus 
Eaterina Raatrik' . . . 

Alicia filia Roger! 
Ricardus Tailliour, Cittor, k vaf 

ejas 

Johannes Haldewordth* & vx^ ejus 
Johannes Penystaft & tiT ejus 
Cecilia seruiens Ade fforester . . 
Summa — zij.#. ij.d. 



Castxlat. 

WillelmuB de Kirkeby & vxor 
ejus 

Johannes Mower' k Tzor ejus . . 

Johannes de Castlay k vif ejus . 

AYUlelmus Malkynsofi k ▼x'" ejus 

Johannes Elook' k tx*" ejus . 

Laurencius Arthyngtoti k vx~ 
ejuQ 

Jacobus Vausour* k vx"' ejus 

Ricardus de Castelay k vjT ejus . 

Willelmus EUotsoii k vif ejus . 

Elizabetha Elook' 

Matilda Dughty ... 

Idonia seruiens Ade Ky 

Cecilia Watewyf • . . . 

Alicia filia ejus .... 
Summa — vij.«. 



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Statnbubni. 

Willelmus de Welehous, Car- 
penter, k vx* ejus . 
Thomas de Sunderhowe k v^" 

eius • . . . 
Johan