The Register: Edenhall

Pages 16-17

Register and Records of Holm Cultram. Originally published by T Wilson & Son, Kendal, 1929.

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44. (C. p. 31; D. art. 62).—Robert Turp grants to Holm abbey 14 acres of his demesne in Edenhal, of which 12 lie between Thurkilhou and land formerly held by Yvo de Seton, and between the Eden and the marsh; and 2 acres in Scalleflat (or Sealflat) on the north; also a vaccary on the way out of Edenhal in Thorbrancroft, granted by his father to John de Crofton, and pasturage for 700 wethers and as many animals as belong to the said estate, with easements, etc. according to the liberties and customs of the vill. Witness—W[alter de Ulvesby], archdeacon of Carlisle. [Robert de Turp, whose family is described by the Rev. F. W. Ragg in C. & W. Trans. N.S. xiii, 206; xxii, 298f., died in 1252. No. 47b. dates this 1245.]

45. (C. p. 32; D. art. 63).—Alan Turp confirms to Holm abbey a meadow in Edenhall, reaching from Little Milneburne to the sike of the spring, and also that meadow from the spring-head to Muselands. [Alan held half a carucate in Edenhal in 1252, but by no. 47b. this dates 1245.]

46. (C. p. 32).—John de Crofton quitclaims to Gilbert f. Robert de Engaine of Clifton rights in pasture at Edenhal for 200 sheep and their lambs up to two years old, in exchange for a sheepfarm (bercaria) in the same estate on the way out of the vill in Thorbrancroft, measuring 2½ perches by 20 perches, from the white thorn and a great stone towards Dolfineby, which was granted to him by Robert Turp [c. 1250 or earlier].

47. (C. p. 32).—"We have Robert Turp's charter to the aforesaid John."

47a. (H. 2).—Robert Breton grants to Holm abbey part of a meadow in Brademore near Edenhale 'except one' [part]; and if that is not acceptable he will give the monks another as good [c. 1245].

47b. (H. 2).—Richer le Breton quitclaims to Holm abbey his rights in the grants of Robert [no. 44] and Alan Turp [no. 45] in Edenhale; dated 1245. [Richer Breto or le Breton was tenant of Robert Turp, and one of the jury on his inq. p.m. 1252.]