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Final Concords For Lancashire, Part 1, 1189-1307. Originally published by Record Society of Lancashire and Cheshire, Edinburgh, 1899.

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p. 8; note 1, line 6, for "was," read "is supposed to have been"; line 11, for "another daughter of Orm son of Ailward," read "Emma, daughter of Albert Grelley II."; line 12, cancel the sentence which begins "Possibly a third dau. . . ."; line 13, for "Baines," read " Harland."

p. 20; note 3, line 2. Kaskenmoor was the name of a district embracing the modern townships of Crompton and Oldham.

p. 31; note 2. The statement that Hornby was acquired by Adam de Montbegon in marriage with Matilda, one of the daughters and coheirs of Adam fitz Swain, rests upon the authority of Dr. Whitaker (History of Richmondshire, ii, p. 250). The truth of this statement requires proof.

p. 38; note 1, line 1, after "Malham," read "and Stackhouse."

p. 41; note 2, line 1, dele "over Hulton." Little Hulton appears to have been held in 1212 by Iorwerth de Hulton, of Richard de Worsley, who in turn held it of William de Nevill. The latter died before 1212, at which date his estates in Lancashire were in the King's hands.

p. 58; note, line 10, for "Roger de Montbegon," read "Adam de Montbegon."

p. 59; note 1, line 4, for "br.," read "de."

p. 62; note 1, line 23. It is uncertain whether Augustine de Barton was grandfather, or first husband of Edith de Barton—probably the latter. Line 26, for " Lincolnshire," read "Yorkshire."

p. 65; note 1, line 11, for "Evan," read "Eynon."

p. 88; note 2, line 8, for "probably a Lincolnshire man," read "a Yorkshire man."

p. 89; note, line 32, cancel the sentence which begins "His first wife." Margery de Elland was Gilbert de Notton's first wife, and therefore Gilbert de Barton's grandmother. Line 35, dele "second."

p. 108; note, line 4, for ". . . de Yealand," read "Roger de Yealand"; line 9, after "Conyers," insert "(Dodsworth's MSS., cxlix, f. 149)."

p. 130; line 1, for "Mary," read "Margery."

p. 131; note, line 13, for "laad," read "land."

Additional Corrections


Part I. of Lancashire Fines, being Volume XXXIX. of this Society's Publications.

p. 8; note, lines 6 to 9 to be cancelled.

p. 11; note 2, line 3, for "Henry II.," read "Roger the Poitevin"; and for " the King," read "Roger."

p. 19; note 1, line 4, for "three heirs," read "three tenants, who held under Kirkby of Kirkby-Ireleth, the heir of Orm son of Ailward"; line 7, cancel " His son and heir"; line 8, cancel " Roger son of Orm," and insert the remainder of the sentence after "Ashton," in line 11; line 12, for "brother of Robert son of Bernard," read "nephew of Robert, son of Henry, lord of Lathom."

p. 25; note, line 7, after " Orm," add "also called Osbert."

p. 42; note 1, substitute "In Whittington, in Lonsdale."

p. 58; notes, lines 6 to 10. An explanation of the descent, and correction of this note will be found in "Lancashire Inquests, Extents, etc." (Record Society), p. 62; note 1, line 5, for "Brid," read "Braus"; line 10, after "clerk of," read "Derby."

p. 63; note 1, line 1, for "Gabriel," read "Gamel."

p. 65; note, line 19, for " Aughton," read "Little Houghton, par. Eccles."

p. 75; note, line 4, cancel " This Fine refers to co. Nottingham"; line 8, for "in Nottinghamshire (?)" read "le Moors."

p. 83; note, last line, for "Ughtred," read "Waldeve."

p. 85; notes, line 1, for "three," read "two"; line 2, cancel the rest of the sentence after "concord," and substitute "Emma being afterwards the mother of Robert de Kirkdale, and Ellen, the wife of William de Walton, sometime parson of the church of Walton-on-the-Hill.

p. 87; note 2, line 2; and p. 188, note 2, line 1, for "Robert," read "Elias son of Robert"; line 3, for "Elias, his son and heir," read "He."

p. 89; note, line 29, cancel the sentence commencing "Jordan"; line 36, for "West," read "Little."

p. 93; note 2, line 8, for "thirty-two," read "fourteen"; line 12, for "Chadderton," read "Crompton"; line 13, for "Heaton-under-Horwich," read "Little Heaton, par. of Prestwich."

p. 125; note 2, line 18, to p. 126, note, to end of line 5, to be cancelled, as the statements therein made are not correct.

p. 147; note, line 21, for "Hurbert," read "Hubert."

p. 154; note, line 10, for "Henry," read "Hugh," and cancel from "who" to "Trafford."

p. 174; line 6, for "1892," read "1292."

p. 188; note 2, line 2, cancel "had issue Elias, who."

p. 196; note, line 10, for "The heir," read "Adam, son and heir"; cancel "appears . . . . wife," and read "married"; lines 11 and 12, cancel "Adam . . . . married"; lines 13 and 14, cancel "a daughter . . . . issue"; line 14, for "Wolveley," read "Prestwich, sometimes called Wolveley. See another note, page 132, Lancashire Fines, Part II.

p. 211; notes, line 4, for "son and heir," read "son of John son." (See Part II. of Lancashire Fines, p. 54.)

p. 216; line 6, for "West," read "Little."

p. 219; line 9, for "perhaps Heaton Norris," read "Heaton-in-Lonsdale."

p. 223; col. 1, between lines 8 and 9, insert "Astley, p. 172."

p. 254; col. 1, line 32, after "Whittington-in-Lonsdale," add "42."


On Saturday next after the feast of St. Nicholas, 10 John [13th December, 1208].

Between Martin de Hudale and Emma his wife, Richard Colbain and Alice his wife, Richard son of Malger and Ingusa his wife, and Ranulf, son of Galle and Godith his wife, plaintiffs, by Gervase Capran put in their place, and Thomas Gernet, tenant of two oxgangs of land in Hesham [Heysham].

The plaintiffs quit-claimed to Thomas and his heirs their right in the said two oxgangs, for which Thomas gave them one mark. (Lincoln, Final Concords, 10–16 John, no. 7.)

At Westminster, on Saturday next after the Octave of St. Martin, 4 John [23rd November, 1202].

Between Roger de Frekelton, plaintiff, and William de Winequic and Matilda his wife, by the same William put in her place, tenants of 8 oxgangs of land with the appurtenances in Frekelton and Witingheham, and of the service of half a carucate of land with the appurtenances in Neuton.

The plaintiff acknowledged the said land and service to be the right and inheritance of William and Matilda, and granted them to them to hold of him and his heirs, and also the lands which they before held, to wit 5⅓ oxgangs of land with the appurtenances in Witingeheim and Etleswhic, by doing therefor knight's service where 8 carucates of land make one knight's fee. For this acknowledgment they gave him 9 acres of their land in Frekelton, which are in Brechou towards the north to hold in his demesne, and further released all claim in 3 carucates 5⅓ oxgangs of land in Frekelton, Ethelswic and Whitingeheim, which Roger previously held. (Feet of Fines, York, 4 John, no. 45).

At Westminster, on Friday next after the Feast of St. Katherine the Virgin, 4 John [29th November, 1202].

Between Henry de Cleiton, plaintiff, and Uhtred de Chirche, tenant of half a carucate of land with the appurtenances in Chirche.

Henry remitted all his claim in the land to Uhtred and his heirs, for which he gave Henry 2 marks of silver. (Ibid., no. 15).