The Subsidy
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'The Subsidy: City of York', Yorkshire Lay Subsidy: 30 Ed. I (1301) (1897), pp. 117-121. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49744 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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CIVITAS EBOR. (fn. 1)

(m. 29) Primum tallagium assessum 32 Edw. I. in civitatibus, burgis et dominicis Regis infra Comitatus Anglie, per diversos assignatos per Regem ad dictum tallagium in hujusmodi civitatibus, burgis et dominicis Regis separatim per capita vel in communi, prout ad commodum Regis magis viderint expedire, assidendum, et ad extractas tocius predicti tallagii sub sigillis suis liberandas certis personis per ipsos assessores eligendis, ad tallagium illud levandum, et Regi inde ad Scaccarium respondendum, sicut continetur in originalibus anni tricesimi secundi. Rogerus de Hegham et Magister Ricardus de Abyndon', principales assessores, Andreas de Bolingbrok', pro se, et Johanne Lespicer, Roberto de Walton et Willelmo Duraunt, defunctis, sociis suis, collectoribus ejusdem tallagii in eadem Civitate, per predictos principales assessores ad hoc electis, reddunt compotum de cccxviijli xviijs ijd receptis de tallagiis catallorum diversorum quorum nominibus preponitur, et in rotulo de extractis ejusdem tallagii, quem predictus Rogerus de Hegham liberavit in thesaurario. Et de iiijxx xixli xiiijs vjd de tallagio redditus diversorum quorum nominibus preponitur et ibidem.

Summa recepte, ccccxviijli xijs viijd.

In thesaurario cccxlvjli xviijs iiijd in v talliis per ballivos. Item in thesaurario lviijli ijs xd per Cives. Item in thesaurario xijli per Andream de Bolingbrok' et socios suos, ballivos. Et debet xxxjs vjd. Et reddit in rotulo vij Edwardi filii Regis hujus in Ebor.

Quere residuum tallagii Civitatis Ebor. in dorso rotuli. (fn. 2)

(m. 29d) Residuum tallagii Civitatis Ebor.

Magister Thomas Gra dim. marcam de tallagio catallorum suorum assesso in Civitate Ebor.

Alanus le Carpenter debet xxjd
Willelmus Burgelyoun (fn. 3) dim. marcam
Willelmus de Hustwait dim. marcam
Walterus le Batour viijs xjd
Rogerus le Chaloner ijs viijd
Robertus de Dyghton' ijs viijd
Willelmus de Karliolo iiijs
Ricardus Coupere vd
Hugo de Nassington ijs viijd
Robertus de Clervaux et Thomas Grandesone ij marcas
Willelmus Doser xvjd
Hugo le Cotiller j marcam
Elias le Spicer ijs viijd
Rogerus le Barber xls
Gilbertus de Castro xvjd
Johannes le Glasewrith' ijs viijd
Robertus de Clifton xvijs ixd
Margar' de Wyghton iiijli
Johannes le Tornour vd
Alanus de Causton' j marcam
Henricus de London' dim. marcam
Johannes de Pales ijs viijd
Radulphus le Carpenter ijs viijd
Ricardus de Burton' ijs viijd
Nicholaus de Cadou vd
Rogerus atte Lyth' vs iiijd
Walterus Glasewrith' xvjd
Walterus de Wyteby ijs viijd
Johannes Sutor vd
Radulphus Cissor dim. marcam
Rogerus de Driffeld ijs viijd
Willelmus Borel ijs viijd
Robertus de Huntingdon xvjd
Willelmus Ratel xjd
Willelmus de Warrom ijs viijd
Agnes le Clatselle xd
Robertus de Hewrth', saghere xvjd
Agnes, uxor Gervasii le Gaunter xd
Willelmus le Plummer viijs xd
Willelmus filius Nele vd
Johannes de Heselington xvijs ixd
Rogerus de Castro Bernardi vd
Willelmus Vendur dim. marcam
Cecilia de Garton vs iiijd
Ricardus de Harton vd
Robertus filius Laurencii, Elena que fuit uxor Laurencii de Buthum, Ceciliafilia Laurencii, Emma filia Laurencii x marcas
Johannes Thune vd
Gilbertus de Westmerl' iiijs
Robertus de S. Leonardo, cocus xvjd
Thomas'le Glasewrith' xvjd
Henricus le Forester xvjd
Alicia Pesecod vd
Willelmus de Thorp vs iiijd
Robertus de Custon vd
Nicholaus Sutor xvjd
Thomas de Doway vs iiijd
Alanus atte Kirkestile ijs viijd
Robertus filius Nicholai xvjd
Radulphus de Wylton' vs iiijd
Ricardus de Alverton ij marcas
Ricardus de Brumflet ijs viijd
Custancia de Quixley iiijs
Hugo Derling' xvjd
Willelmus de Thormodby vs iiijd
Willelmus de Grimestone xvjd
Willelmus Toweil vd
Alanus Segode iiijs
Thomas le Spicer iiijs
Ricardus le Spicer in Petergat' iiij marcas
Ricardus de Marton' vd
Adam le Barber dim. marcam
Walterus de Ebor xvjd
Hugo Marchal vd
Henricus de Appelby ijs viijd
Thomas Scote xvijs ixd
Galfridus de Not' ij marcas
Nicholaus le Gode ij marcas
Willelmus de Neuton viijs xjd
Willelmus de Ledbetere vd
Robertus Trigg' ijs viijd
Adam de Cordewaner ij marcas
Ricardus de Brigg' vd
Robertus le Spenser vd
Adam de Lede ijs viijd
Thomas de Popelton xjd
Michael de Norhampton' xvijs ixd
Willelmus le Skriveyn xjd
Petrus de Topclive ijs viijd
Galfridus le Lorimer ijs viijd
Johannes Fyn xjd
Thomas le Parcheminer ijs viijd
Ricardus de Leyland ijs viijd
Johannes de Warrom xvjd
Juliana vidua vd
Ricardus le Chaluner vd
Martinus de Eryom ij marcas
Adam Sampson (fn. 4) j marcam
Willelmus le Mareschal viijs xd
Willelmus de Milford vd
Ricardus de Ampelford dim. marcam
Ricardus Hastinges viijs xd
Thomas Loundreis xvjd
Alicia de Laue xvjd
Galfridus serviens Laurencii viijd
Simon le Mazon ij marcas
Alicia de Dringhouses viijd
Johannes de Kendale xvjd
Johannes serviens Ricardi Willes xvjd
Henricus de Donesford xxs
Nicholaus de Hoperton xd
Alicia Maye ijs viijd
Mariota de Donyngton viijd
Ossemoda de eadem vd
Galfridus Dubble ijs viijd
Willelmus de Bossale viijs xjd
Johannes de Erghom iiij marcas
Adam de Buttercrambe dim. marcam
Petrus de Ripplay j marcam
Andreas le Batour vs iiijd
Robertus de Burton ijs viijd
Thomas Horner vs iiijd
Willelmus le Glovere xjd
Johannes de Barneby ij marcas
Johannes de Leyc' ij marcas
Hugo filius Hugonis Aurifabri vs iiijd
Thomas de Grantham vd
Willelmus Martinman vd
Adam Pistor xvjd
Rogerus de Colton' ijs viijd
Johannes de Wylton' vd
Agnes Buk' xvijs ixd
Willelmus of the Pek' viijs xd
Elias Cocus xvjs
Magister Walterus de Bebiry ij marcas
Petrus Blome xvjd
Willelmus le Bakstere iiijs
Robertus Mazon xvjd
Robertus le Tornour vd
Johannes le Taillour vd
Nicholaus le Candelere xvjd
Henricus Cissor vd
Petrus Schayl j marcam
Adam le Polet' xvjd
Johannes de S. Leonardo xvjd
Willelmus Albus vd
Gilbertus le Pestour xjd
Johannes de Thorp mazon xjd
Thomas de Clifton' xd
Thomas Gobet ijs viijd
Galfridus le Barman vd
Thomas de Wyntrington ijs viijd
Benedictus le Shipman vd
Thomas le Waterledere xvijs ixd
Ricardus de Mikelfeld' iijs vjd
Robertus de Heselington' xvjd
Johannes Bronne xvijs ixd
Thomas de Ulveston' viijs xd
Galfridus de Haberton' ijs viijd
Robertus de Mareys viijd
Johannes le Peyntour ijs
Petrus le Taverner xvjd
Willelmus de Elemosinar' viijd
Alicia filia Willelmi de Acum viijd
Johannes de Weteley iiijs
Emma la Sapere (blank)d
Agatha Belle xd
Johannes del Lathe xd
Rogerus de Colevill' ijs viijd
Rogerus Moigne xvjd
Stephanus del Bowe j marcam
Willelmus de S. Leonardo vd

De Redditibus.

Decanus et Capitulum S. Petri Ebor.debent ciiijs iijd de tallagio reddituum.

Priorissa S. Clementis xxiiijs vijd
Prior de Elreton xd
Prior St. Andree xjs vd
Petrus le Romeyn ixs iijd
Thomas filius Johannis de Seleby iijs
Vicarii Ecclesie B. Petri Ebor lxvjs ixd
Galfridus Duble vijd
Rogerus filius Johannis de Monkegate vijd
Hugo de Corbrigg' ixd
Dominus Johannes de Cumpton ijs
Thomas Poneyn vs iiijd
Johannes le Som' vjs xjd
Henricus de Donesford xjs viijd
Hospit' de Hunt' xixd
Agnes Buk' ijs ixd
Johannes de (fn. 5) Buk' iijs
Ricardus Thorney ijs
Johannes de Kirkebi xs
Prior de Durheme xvijs iiijd
Robertus de Foxholes vjs
Johannes de Hustwait ijs vd
Alanus de Cimiterio vjd
Archiepiscopus Ebor xvijd
Prior de Walton xjd
Magister Thomas de Corbrigg' ijs
Petrus de Gatesheved iijs
Thomas de Beverlak' viijd
Walterus de Bebury xixd
Stephanus le Barber xxd
Johannes de Ergom vjs iijd
Magister Martinus vs iijd
Isabella de Bouthum ijs ijd
Matill' Mazon vs iijd
Willelmus de Mitford xiiijd
Domus S. Leonardi iiijli xviijs xjd
Abbas B. Marie Ebor xxs xjd
Domus S. Nicholai xijs vd
Petrus de Rippeleye ijs
Rogerus le Moigne xiijd
Agnes de Shefford vijd
Johannes de Langeton' vjs vjd
Priorissa de Wilberfosse vs viijd
Willelmus de Drax viijd
Adam Sampson xxd
Johanne de Multhorp' xiiijd
Hugo Benge vjs xjd
Robertus de S. Leonardo xixd
Henricus de Appelby vjs
Margar' de Wyghton' iijs
Magister Hugo de Luda ijs
Magister Johannes de Nassington iijs iijd
Petrus Skail iijs
Magister Johannes de Ponte ijs iiijd
Elena uxor Roberti filii Benedicti xxiijd
Willelmus de Welborn ixd
Rogerus de Cimiterio vijd
Abbas B. Marie Ebor xxijs ijd
Willelmus le Vendour iiijs
Thomas Stut' ixd
Alicia de Garton' vijd
Petrus Lenane xvjd
Thomas le Lundreis viijd
Robertus de Routheclive xixd
Johannes de Cave iijs ijd
Eandinus Aurifaber vijd
Firmarius B. Marie Ebor iijs ijd

De Libertate S. Petri in Bothum.

Robertus de Bothum xiijd
Hamundus de Croucy vijd
Dyonisia Groucy iiijs viijd
Adam Sampson viijs ixd
Vicarius de Bederne vjd
Galfridus de Thirnum xvijd
Willelmus de Warrom ixd
Hamo de Heywrth' vijd
Ricardus le Ferrour vjd
Cecilia filia Laurencii de Bothum iijs
Radulphus de Ruthe vjd
Rogerus le Brac' Capellanus xiijd
Thomas de Shupton vs
Walterus de Shupton' xijd
Johannes de Semer vjd
Adam serviens Prioris xiiijd
Willelmus de Abbacia ijs ixd
Ricardus Hastinges vijd
Refectorius ejusdem Domus ijs ijd
Dominus de Askeby in Westm' xiijd
Dominus Henricus de Milford vijd
Galfridus Cirum ijs
Johannes de Heselinton' iiijs vijd
Prior de Malton xxijd
Johannes de Warrom vijd
Elena Calfhurd vijd

De Libertate S. Marie in Bouthum.

Robertus de Bothum viijs iiijd
Johannes de Oueton Capellanus ijs viijd
Cecilia de Garton xviijd
Priorissa de S. Clemente xijd
Walterus de le Strete vjd
Alicia de Karliolo vjd
Johannes de Errum ijs viijd
Abbas de Bella landa ixd
Juliana de Cukewalde vijd
Robertus de Routheclif' ixd
Laur' de Ruthe xvd
Johannes de Warthill' vjd
Willelmus Bry iijs
Willelmus de Acum viijd

Footnotes

1 P. R. O.—Ex. L. T. R.—Foreign Accounts. Roll II., fo. 29. These Rolls, which are supplementary to the Pipe Rolls, are styled foreign, because they contain accounts other than those rendered by the sheriff, and so were under a different category, or foreign to the Pipe Rolls, which were exclusively devoted to accounts rendered by the sheriffs. They resemble the Pipe Rolls in their legible but antiquated style of writing, as well as in their unwieldiness. There are some important entries in this Roll relating to Yorkshire, of which I give brief notes.
(m. 1) The account of Richard Oysel, keeper of the vill of Kyngeston upon Hull, and of the Grange of Miton, of the issues of the same from December 2nd, 25 Edward I. (1296), to Michaelmas next following (September 29th, 1297), namely, for the fortythree last weeks of the 25th year, and from the 26th to the 33rd years of the same reign. (m. 3) The account of Richard Oysel, keeper of the king's lands in Holdernesse, by Ranulph de Folesham, his attorney, from the morrow of Michaelmas, 31 Edward I. (Sept. 30th, 1303) to 34 Edward I. (m. 6) The account of Richard de Thorp and Roger de Camera, executors of Richard Oysel, late keeper of the king's lands in Holdernesse, deceased, from the morrow of Michaelmas, 34 Edward I. (Sept. 30th, 1306) to Friday, the Feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, namely July 7th, year 35 (1307), on which day the same King E. died; and from the same July 7th, on which day Edward, his son and heir, began to reign, to Michaelmas next following (Sept. 29th, 1307), that is for the whole thirty-fifth year, before he delivered up the manor of Brustwyk with its appurtenances and the vill of Kyngeston upon Hull, to Milo de Stapelton, to whom Edward II. had committed the custody. (m. 16) An account by Lambert de Trikingham for himself and John de Byroun of the rents of the temporalities of the Archbishopric of York, which were taken into the king's hand for certain reasons, from July 10th, 32nd year (1304), to Oct. 1st next following, on which day the said temporalities were taken into the king's hands on the death of Archbishop Thomas of Corbridge. (m. 23) An account by Milo de Stapelton of the rents of the Castle and Honour of Knaresburgh, with its members and appurtenances, from Sept. 30th, 1305, to Sept. 29th, 1306, and on m. 24, from Sept. 30th, 1306, to Friday, the Feast of the Translation of St. Thomas the Martyr, namely, July 7th next following, on which day the same Lord King Edward died; and from the same July 7th, on which day Edward, son and heir of the said King Edward, began to reign; and then to Sunday next after the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, namely, Aug.20th next following (1307), before he delivered the said castle "cum veteri burgo," and all its members and appurtenances, to Peter de Gavaston, Earl of Cornwall, to whom the king gave and granted the whole county of Cornwall, with the Castle and Honour of Walingford, Berkamstede and Knaresburgh, and all the lands and tenements which belonged to Edmund, formerly Earl of Cornwall, "per breve Regis patens sub privato sigillo suo, quo utebatur antequam regni sui gubernacula sic suscepit, dicto Miloni inde directum, cujus datum est apud Dunfrees, xj die Augusti, anno primo." (m. 33) John de Byroun and John de Doncastre rendered account of 1,540li 8s 11¾d, being the thirtieth and twentieth for the West Riding, and part of the North Riding, granted to the king in the 34th year of his reign, besides a thirtieth of the goods of the Templars; and of the Prior and Brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England and their villains, besides a thirtieth for those whose goods were under ten shillings. In the East Riding and the remainder of the North Riding, Geoffrey de Hothum and Alexander de Cave rendered a similar account of 2,008li 12s 10d, except as before. In the city of York the four above named accounted for 333li 6s 8d. (m. 34) The account of John de Hustweit, bailiff of the vill of Kyngeston upon Hull and the Grange of Miton (which belonged to the Abbot and Convent of Meaux, in which the same Abbot and Convent by their charter enfeoffed the lord king, to have and to hold to the same lord king, his heirs and assigns, for ever, as in the same charter is more fully contained; from Thursday next after the feast of St. Gregory, namely, March 19th, 21 Edward I. (1292–3), on which day the king had seisin thereof by the feoffment aforesaid, having been appointed to keep the said vill and grange by Peter de Campania, Osbert de Spaldington and Roger de Insula, who had been appointed by the king to make an extent thereof, and to arrange for keeping the same, to Michaelmas, 24 Edw. I. (Sept. 29th, 1306).
2 An account is also rendered for Brustwyk', iiili 19s 10d; Esyngton, 53li 9s; and Knaresburgh' cum solia, 27li 14s ¼d.
3 This entry runs at length, "Willelmus Burgelyoun debet dim. marcam de eodem ibidem." Here and in the entries following all unnecessary verbiage has been excised. At the side, here and there, is written, "Set reddit in rotulo vij Regis Edwardi filii Regis hujus in Ebor." In the Ex. Lay Subsidies, Civitas Ebor. 217/1, is a fragment of the original return, headed, "Tallagium Civitatis Ebor. de catallis et redditibus civium ejusdem, assessum per Rogerum de Heyham et Magistrum Ricardum de Abyndon' in septimana S. Hillarii, anno regni Regis Edwardi filii Regis Henrici tricesimo secundo." The membrane, which is in very bad condition, seems to contain the returns for the parishes of St. Mary at the Castlegate and St. Michael at the Bridge.
4 In Kirkby's Inquest (p. 218n) the editor gives a carefully compiled account of the Sampson family, beginning with a certain Alan Sampson, who was no doubt a near relation of the abovenamed Adam. In the British Museum (Add. MSS. No. 28,780) is a briefer pedigree, which supplements the one just referred to. As it is short, I give it at length:—"Memorandum quod Alanus Sampson, Civis Ebor., obiit A.D.millesimo ccmo septuagesimo tercio, Johanne Sampson, Ch'r, filio suo et herede, tune plene etatis existente, viz., anno regni Regis Edwardi primi pos. conquestum secundo per estimacionemt Idem Johannes Sampson, Ch'r, obiit A.D. Mmo ccmo xmo, Henrico Sampson, filio suo et herede, tune plene etatis existente, viz., anno regni Regis Edwardi secundi post conquestum quarto. Idem Henricus Sampson obiit intestatus, anno regni Regis Edwardi tercii post conquestum xxxjmo (1357), ut dicitur, Johanne Sampson, filio suo et herede, tune plene etatis existente. Idem Johannes Sampson, filius Henrici, obiit in festo Decollationis S. Johannis Baptiste (Aug. 29th), A.D. millesimo cccmo sexagesimo nono, viz., anno regni Regis E. tercii xliijcio, Willelmo Sampson, filio suo et herede, patre Dionisie que nunc est, infra etatem existente."
5 Sic.