Appendix
Additional fine

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C.W. Foster (editor)

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1920

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341-342

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'Appendix: Additional fine', Final Concords of the County of Lincoln: 1244-1272 (1920), pp. 341-342. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=53646 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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APPENDIX VII

[Library of the Dean and Chapter of Peterborough: from the Goxhill Ledger, ff. 5d. and 6, no. 25].

[This is the final concord made in the court of the lord the king at Lincoln, on the Thursday next before the feast of St. Barnabas the Apostle, in the first year of king Richard [7 June, 1190]; between Alexander de Poyntona and Henry de Gant, concerning twelve bovates of land, of which six bovates are of Robert de Gant's demesne, and one toft which was Ernebern's, and one toft which was Hugh Totel's, and one toft which was Outi's, and one toft which was Lewin's, and one toft which was Juliana's, to which tofts the six other bovates belong, with the appurtenances.

Whereupon there was a plea between them in the court of the lord the king; to wit, that Henry and his heirs shall hold the land with the appurtenances of Alexander and his heirs; rendering yearly to Alexander and his heirs four marks of silver at two terms, to wit, at the Nativity two marks, and at the feast of St. Botolph two marks, and doing therefor the service of half a knight for all service.]

Inter Alexandrum de Poyntona et Henricum de Gant [margin].

Hec est finalis concordia facta in curia domini regis apud Lincolniam die Jouis proximo ante festum sancti Barnabe apostoli. anno primo regni regis Ricardi coram. B. abbate de Burgo. et. H. archidiacono de Eueraco. et Radulfo filio Stephani. et Gaufrido filio Petri et Michaele Belet. et Ricardo de Pecco. et Johanne Kenteis clerico Cancellarie iusticiariis (fn. 1) domini Regis et aliis fidelibus domini regis ibidem presentibus. inter Alexandrum de Poyntona et Henricum de Gant de. xij. bouatis terre. quarum sex bouatis sunt de dominico Roberti de Gant. et unum toftum (fn. 2) qui fuit Ernebern'. et unum toftum qui fuit Hugonis Totel. et unum toftum qui fuit Outi. et unum toftum qui fuit Lewini. et unum toftum qui [fotio 6] fuit Juliane ad quos iamdictos toftos. alie. vj. bouate terre pertinent cum pertinenciis. Unde placitum fuit inter eos in curia domini regis scilicet quod predictus Henricus et heredes sui tenebunt prefatam terram cum pertinenciis de predicto Alexandro et heredibus suis. Reddendo per annum predicto Alexandro et heredibus suis. iiij. marcas argenti ad duos terminos scilicet ad Natale. ij. marcas. ad festum sancti Botulfi. ij. marcas et faciendo inde seruicium dimidii militis pro omni seruicio.

[Ibid., ff. 6 and 6d., no. 27].

[This is the final concord made in the court of the lord the king at Lincoln, on the Tuesday next after the exaltation of the Holy Cross, in the sixth year of the reign of king Richard [20 September, 1194]; between Alexander de Poyntona, demandant, and Henry de Gant, tenant, concerning twelve bovates of land in Hirnham with the appurtenances, which Henry held of Alexander by the service of four marks yearly to be rendered therefor, and by the service of the fee of half a knight.

Whereupon there was a plea between them in the court of the lord the king; to wit, that Henry has rendered to Alexander seven bovates of land of the aforesaid twelve bovates, and has quitclaimed them to him and his heirs for ever from himself and his heirs, namely, those six bovates which Arenibern held with the tofts which belong to the same land, and one bovate which was Hugh Tutel's with the toft which was Julian's [sic]. And for this concord and fine Alexander has released from himself and his heirs to Henry and his heirs the service of four marks for ever, and he has granted to Henry five bovates of land of the aforesaid twelve bovates, to wit, two bovates of the demesne in Marewde and in the park, and one bovate which was Julian's with Hugh Tutell's toft, and the toft which was Lewin's with the bovate which belongs to that toft, and the toft which was Outi's with the bovate which belongs to the toft: to hold to Henry and his heirs of Alexander and his heirs wholly, fully, and by inheritance, by the free military service which belongs to those five bovates, whereof those five bovates and the aforesaid seven make the service of the fee of half a knight.]

Hec est finalis concordia facta in curia regis [sic] apud Lincolniam die Martis proxima [sic] post exaltacionem sancte crucis. anno regni regis Ricardi sexto. coram Galfrido filio Petri et Willelmo de Stuteuil' et Willelmo de Aubenigni. et Theobaldo de Valoigne et Henrico de Wichetona et magistro Aristotil' iusticiariis domini regis et aliis baronibus et fidelibus domini regis ibidem tunc presentibus Inter Alexandrum de Poyntona petentem et Henricum de Gant tenentem de. xij. bouatis terre in Hirnham cum pertinenciis quas idem. H. tenuit de predicto Alexandro per seruicium. iiij. marcarum annuatim inde reddendarum. et per seruicium feodi dimidii militis. Unde placitum fuit inter eos in curia domini regis scilicet quod predictus Henricus reddidit dicto Alexandro septem bouatas terre de predictis xij. bouatis et eas ei et heredibus suis quietas clamauit inperpetuum. de se et heredibus suis. videlicet illas. vj. bouatas quas Arenibern tenuit cum toftis que ad eandem terram pertinent. et. j. bouatam que fuit Hugonis Tutel. cum tofto.que fuit Juliani (fn. 3) . Et pro hac concordia et fine Alexander predictus relaxauit dicto. H. et heredibus suis inperpetuum seruicium predictarum. iiij. marcarum de se et heredibus suis [folio 6d.] et concessit eidem. H. quinque bouatas terre de predictis. xij. bouatis scilicet. ij. bouatis de dominico in Marewde et in parco. et. j. bouatam que fuit Juliani cum tofto Hugonis Tutell' et toftum que fuit Lewini cum bouata que ad toftum pertinet. et toftum qui fuit Outi cum bouata que ad toftum pertinet. Tenend' ipsi. H. et heredibus suis de predicto Alexandro et heredibus suis. integre plenarie et hereditarie per liberum seruicium milicie quod pertinet ad illas. v. bouatas. unde ille quinque bouate et septem predicte faciunt seruicium feodi dimidii militis.

Footnotes

1 For these justices, cp. above, p. 315.
2 This and the following accusatives should properly be ablatives.
3 In the preceding document this name is in the feminine gender.