ERRATA IN FINAL CONCORDS, VOLUME I
pp. 1, 2—for a copy of the original, see above, p. 310.
p. 3, nos. 27 and 33, 1. 11—after south add road.
1. 13—after hold add to him and his heirs.
p. 4, no. 31, 1. 3—after plaintiff add by Elias the monk put in his place.
1. 7—for in Cuninggesholm read in the meadows of Cuninggesolm in Ouerdeile; this meadow is on the
no. 23, 11. 1, 2—the date should be 20 May, 1196.
1. 3—for Goslen read Gollen.
1. 5—for Fibicei read Sibicei.
1. 7—for advowson read advowsons.
no. 25, 11. 1, 2—the date should be 20 May, 1196.
1. 6—after his son add and the heirs of Robert.
p. 5, no. 24—for a full abstract see above, p. 298.
no. 28, 1. 4—for half a knight's fee of Roger read the moiety of the
fee of half a knight of the fee of Roger.
1. 11—for Wolus read Wosi, or, if the name is in the genitive
at the end—add And after the death of Tostan, the moiety of the
fee of half a knight shall return to William and to
his heirs as their right, for ever, with the two virgates
no. 22—for a fuller abstract see above, p. 298.
p. 6, no. 21, 1. 6—for Keltorp read Layltorp'.
no. 26, 1. 5 (on p. 6)—for land to Muriel read land and salt-pit to
Muriel and her heirs.
no. 19, 11. 1, 2—for 3 Richard 1 read 8 Richard 1.
1. 7—after hold add to Ascer and his heirs.
no. 14, 1. 3—for Haundemer read Haudein'.
p. 7, no. 15, 1. 3 (bis)—for Hocwrdhingham read Hacwrdhingham.
1. 5—after Richard add and his heirs for ever.
no. 18—for a fuller abstract see above, p. 299.
no. 16, 1. 6—after Ralph add and his heirs for ever.
last 1.—for 28 read 38.
p. 8, no. 7, 1. 1 (on p. 8)—for Senle read Senlo.
1. 3 (on p. 8)—for Hondorp read Houdorp'.
no. 12, 1. 3—after plaintiff add by Simon his monk put in his place.
1. 4—for Uli read Verli.
p. 9, no. 6, after 1. 9—add Jollan shall give to Elias every year while
Agnes shall live 40s. at four terms, to wit, 20s. at two
terms in Owresbi, at Easter 10s., and at the feast of
St. John the Baptist 10s.; and at the feast of St.
Michael 10s. in Keuerbi; and at the Nativity 10s. in
p. 9, no. 13, 1. 8—after hold add to him and his heirs.
1. 9—for Thomas read Theobald.
no. 8, for the last l. read to him and his heirs for ever, to wit, the 9½
bovates by the service of the fourth part of one
knight's fee, and the 4 bovates by the service of the
sixth part of one knight's fee, for all service. And
William did homage therefor to Richard in the
p. 10, no. 2, for 1. 6—read her husband, father of the aforesaid Matilda,
which they claimed against Richard and Matilda.
p. 15, no. 11, 1. 1 (on p. 15)—after Aslakeby add whereof part is in the
wood and part in the plain.
1. 12—for Miclepeit read Micleþeit.
1. 15—for 60 acres of land read 40 acres of land by the
perch of 24 feet.
p. 18, no. 22, 1. 5—after tenants add by William the cellerar (celerarium)
put in their place.
no. (24)—for 4 John [1 July, a.d. 1202] read 3 John [1 July, a.d.
no. (25)—for a fuller abstract see above, pp. 301–2.
p. 19, no. (28), 1. 4—after mill add of the same Michael.
p. 20, no. (30), 1. 8—after Robert add and Edelina.
p. 24, no. 3, 1. 6—for Haseby read Hasceby.
1. 9—after held add with a messuage.
p. 25, no. 6, 1. 10—for which was of William son of Oke read and a toft
which was of William son of Oke on the west side
of the road (vie) which stretches through the middle
of the vill.
p. 27, no. 11, 1. 10—after year add for all service, except foreign service.
no. 12, 1. 8—after for ever add rendering 2s. by the year for all
service, except foreign service.
p. 28, no. 15, 1. 5—after right add and inheritance.
1. 7—after year add for all service, except foreign service.
no. 19, 1. 4—for Armenters read de Armenters.
p. 29, no. 22, 1. 7—before to hold add to wit, 9 acres on the west side of
the vill, and 4½ acres on the north side of the vill,
and 2½ acres under the wood, and half a bovate and
2 acres upon Berch, and half an acre under the
wood towards the north.
no. 23, 1. 5—after right read and inheritance.
p. 30, no. 24, 1. 6 (on p. 30)—after foreign service add And the said
William le Guiz and his heirs shall hold the 2
bovates of Ingram and his heirs in demesne, by the
service of 4s. to be rendered to Ingram for all service,
saving foreign service.
p. 31, no. 32, 1. 8—for 12d. read 12s.
p. 32, no. 35, 1. 3—for Hogwrthingham read Hagwrthigham.
no. 37, 1. 4—after Baketon add whereof Hugh de Bacton vouched
the same John to warrant, who came and warranted
p. 33, no. 38, 11. 6, 7—for Roger read Robert.
no. 39, penult. 1.—after Gilbert add and their heirs.
p. 33, no. 40, 1. 7—after Clivelande substitute a comma for the full stop,
and add to wit, 9 bovates of land of Jollan's demesne
towards the sun, and 7 bovates of land with tofts
and crofts farmed out (assisas) to villeins in the same
vill, and 4 cottars with their tofts and crofts, and the
third part of one mill in the same vill.
p. 34, no. 41, 1. 8—after bovates add and one messuage.
no. 42, 1. 10—for a bovate which Ralph read half a bovate which
p. 35, no. 45, 1. 4—for Seurereby read Seuereby.
p. 36, no. 47, 1. 4—after tenants add by Benedict the monk put in the
place of the abbot.
p. 37, no. 51, 1. 5—for a bovate read half a bovate.
no. 52, 1. 5—after tenant add by Simon his canon put in his place.
no. 53, 1. 9—after year add for all service, saving foreign service.
p. 38, no. 58, 1. 10—for south read north.
p. 41, no. 68, 1. 6—after right add and inheritance.
no. 69, 1. 7—for between read next.
p. 44, no. 80, 1. 5—after right add and inheritance.
p. 45, no. 85, 1. 13—after east add; and 4 acres in Ulneswra.
1. 14—for (hoga) read (haga)
no. 86, 1. 6—for Agnes half a bovate read Agnes and the heirs of
Agnes half an acre.
1. 9—for half a bovate of marsh read half the marsh.
p. 50, no. 108, 1. 8—after for ever add by the free service of 12d. for all
no. 111, 1. 4—after tenant add by Gilbert his monk put in his place.
p. 51, no. 114, 1. 15—for upon Yenfurlang read upon Vuereclakesdale, 2
selions upon Yenfurlang.
p. 52, no. 116, at the end—add And if Jordan or his heirs shall produce
any other charter than this cyrograph, it shall be
held for naught.
p. 54, no. 125, 1. 5—for Wellebarn read Welleburn.
p. 56, no. 131—for a fuller abstract, see above, pp. 302–3.
p. 57, no. 1—the ink is very much faded, and part of the concord is
p. 58, no. 5, 1. 15—omit a bovate;.
p. 61, no. 13, 11. 3, 4—after plaintiff add by Richard son of Payne put in
his place, and after tenant add by Hugh prior of
Hauteberge put in his place.
p. 64, no. 24, 1. 5—after Alina add and Robert de Newerc put in the
place of Geoffrey and Isabella.
p. 65, no. 26, 1. 3 (on p. 65)—after Diva add junior, whom the abbot
vouched to warrant.
no. 28, penult. 1.—after owed add; so that Jollan and his heirs
shall warrant that land to them against all men in
respect of all secular services, etc.; saving to Jollan
and his heirs the service which they ought to have
in respect of the other land which William and
Thomas and their heirs ought to hold of them.
p. 66, no. 31, 1. 3—after plaintiff add by Peter de Ireford put in his place.
no. 32, 1. 3—after plaintiff add by Gerard de Sancto Marco put in
his place. The ink is much faded, and the end of the
fine gives some names of lands, which have not been
p. 67, no. 33, last 1. (on p. 67)—after right add and inheritance.
no. 35, 1. 4—after plaintiff add by Robert parson of [? R]erghel,
her son, put in her place.
p. 70, no. 43, 1. 3—after plaintiff add by John the Clerk put in his place.
p. 71, no. 47—the concord is endorsed And be it known that Gilbert de
Gant has put in his claim to the aforesaid land.
no. 48, 1. 3—the missing name is probably de Gant.
1. 4—after tenant add by brother Gerard put in his place.
p. 72, no. 50, 1. 3—after plaintiff add by Richard his canon put in his
p. 73, no. 55, after 1. 4—add Whereupon a duel was wagered and fought
in armour (duellum vadiatum, armatum el percussum)
in the same court.
p. 74, no. 57, 1. 3 from foot of p.—for le Mascum for half a bovate read
le Masoun for one bovate of land.
p. 75, no. 57, 1. 1 (on p. 75)—after Bacthon add to wit, 5s. by the year
with foreign service.
1. 3 (on p. 75)—after for ever add doing therefor foreign
service as much as belongs to 7 bovates of the same
fee for all service.
last 1.—add And this concord was made while Alan and
Andrew and Margaret were present and consenting.
Be it known that the cyrograph between Robert and
the prior concerning one knight's fee in Tefford is
annulled by this fine.
no. 58, last 1.—after held add, which 6 bovates with the tofts
shall remain to Herbert and his heirs quit. And
Ascelina and Matilda and their heirs shall hold the
residue of the 3½ carucates of Herbert and his heirs
by the foreign service which belongs to the land
which shall remain to them.
no. 60, 1. 4—after tenant add by Philip his monk put in his place.
p. 76, no. 61, 1. 3—after tenant add by Adam prior of Semplingham put
in his place.
p. 77, no. 64, 1. 2—after plaintiff add by brother Thomas put in his place.
1. 3—after Scotenney add and William de Scotteney, and for
deforciant read deforciants.
p. 93, no. , 1. 2 (on p. 93)—for Geuelston read Geueleston.
no. , 1. 4—for Dencourt read Aencurt.
p. 94, no. , 1. 6—after successors add and his church of Ellesham.
p. 99, no. , at the end—add And Robert has granted for himself and
his heirs that Hawise and her heirs shall have on
the north side of the said culture of Westcrofte a
free road for carrying and carting with ingress and
egress through the land of Robert and his heirs to
the land of her and her heirs for ever.
p. 100, no. , 1. 7 (on p. 100)—for toft read croft.
p. 102, no. , 1. 7—after tenant add by Geoffrey son of Ralph put in
1. 8—after vill add, whereof Emma vouched Richard
p. 104, no. , 1. 7—for sheep read cattle.
p. 105, no. , 1. 9—after falls add of meadow.
1. 14—after Pilecoclandes and 1. 15 after meadow add of
the land which was of the same Richard.
p. 106, no. —for a fuller abstract see above, pp. 303–4.
p. 108, no. , 1. 6—after Reppingehale add which she claimed against
Hugh as belonging to her reasonable dower, which
she had of the gift of Hugh formerly her husband.
1. 7—after to Hugh add and his heirs.
p. 112, no. 51, 1. 7—for and Upper and Lower Nabrun read Nabrun upon
Use and Ferribi.
1. 8 from foot—for Turgrundbi read Turgrunebi.
p. 171, no. 51, 1. 7—the name of the grange is Langwath (see Kirkstead
Cartulary, Cotton MS., Vespasian, E xviii, f. 208,
where the concord is registered; cp. F.C., i, p. 104).
p. 182, no. 82, 1. 6—after dower add, which fell to her in respect of the
free tenement which was of Robert, late her husband, in the small vill.
p. 290, no. 229, 1. 6—for a toft read 2 tofts.
p. 337, no. 131, 1. 10—for tenements read tenants.
l. 11—for bailiff read bailiffs.
p. 339, no. 136, 1. 7—for 1s. ½d. read 31s. ½d.
p. 340, no. 138, 11. 12, 13—for Ouseby read Duseby.
1. 19—for Cook read Cocun.
p. 341, no. 114, 1. 3—for Arax read Drax.
p. 342, no. 141A, 1. 5—for Swardeby read Iwardeby.
p. 358, no. 183, 1. 6—Billeburg should probably be Billinghay (cp. above,