Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 1, Henry III. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.
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Index of Subjects
Baronies. See Averenches; Bedford; Berkeleye; Bigot; Bolam; Bolebec; Bothal; Burgh; Castle Cary; Chamberlain; Chilham; Clun; Colonches Cormeilles; Eye; Folkestone; Gilsland; Hastings; Insula; Kempsford; Liddel; Marshal; Montgomery; Mowbray; Muschamp (under names of Muschamp family); Nevill; Penwortham; Rye; Tattershall; Weobly; Wolverton.
Bretons, lands of, 334, 564 (p. 174).
Bures in Calne, q.v.
Earldoms. See Arundel.
-, See also under names of Counties.
-, a large number of, 502.
-, brewingavel, 866.
-, burs, bures, 318, 340, 866.
-, chupingavel, 866.
-, faldage, 688.
-, foresposmen, p. 279.
-, frithinette, 758.
-, gershenese, 563.
-, gersherthe, 563.
-, get (of falcons), 835.
-, goldwde, 688.
-, hadesco, 744.
-, housbote, heybote, ferbote, 813 et passim.
-, loynes, 753.
-, middelhundred, 563.
-, mortunesfare, 563.
-, muc(?)silver, 688.
-, romescot, 563.
-, smalmolmen, 813.
-, stretword, 869.
-, taillyz, 711.
-, watelselver, 563, 774.
-, wodelode, 563, 774.
Fees, knights', of 9 carucates, 143.
-, -, -, of 12 carucates, 143.
York, St. Mary's.
-, - See Baronies; Honours.
Ferry, at Paulsfleet, 471.
Fisheries, in Bedfordshire, 679.
-, - See:
-, - for eels in Pidsea and Lambwater, 471.
-, - for eels in Withernsea mere, 471.
-, -, for eels at Hamsey, 813.
Forest, eyre at Newcastle, 766.
Friars Preachers, 418.
Guard, and rents for guard. See Castles.
Hadesco, homage called, 744.
Jews, debts to, 375.
Kenilworth, Dictum of, 814, 816.
Liberties pa Monmouth; St. Milburg.
Local customs. See Bridport.
Marriage, irregular, 303.
Marshalsea, the, 586.
Measures and Weights, mitta of salt, 10.
Normans' lands, escheated, 17, 26, 56, 221, 278, 311, 827.
Quarries. See Clither Beck.
Schools. See Plympton.
Serjeanties. See under Services.
-, Archery serjeanty, 205.
-, Barony unspecified, 558.
-, - See list of Baronies.
-, Castle guard. See list of Castles.
-, Cornage, 106, 199.
-, Serjeanty unspecified, 35, 95.
-, Warnoth, 223.
-, In the army, personal
-, coming with household to army of Chester, 841.
-, carrying a falchion, 830.
-, 40 days, 197.
-, 40 days with crossbow, 196.
-, in Wales, 575.
-, 8 days in Wales, 408.
-, -, with horse and arms, 426.
-, 40 days in Wales, 438, 603.
-, 40 days in Wales or Scotland, 489.
-, with 5 knights in Wales, 408.
-, keeping a constabularia in Wales, 326, 464.
-, See also under Services, Local.
-, In the army, finding
-, footman for 40 days, 388.
-, footman with bow and arrows, 780.
-, man with bow and arrows in North Wales, 365.
-, man with lance, 744.
-, footman with axe, 526.
-, footman with lance, 8 days, 801.
-, esquire for army in England, 239.
-, esquire for 200 days, 774.
-, foot serjeant in North Wales, 317.
-, serjeant armed. 40 days, 765.
-, serjeant with hauberk, 40 days, 846.
-, serjeant with bow and arrows, 40 days, 836.
-, serjeant in Wales with horse, &156.
-, man with horse and sack for armour, 125.
-, man with horse, &c in Wales, 175.
-, man with horse, lance and hauberk, 479.
-, man with crossbow, 40 days, 196.
-, mounted serjeant, 15 days, 15.
-, one knight, 364.
-, one knight, 8 days, 286.
-, a knight or two serjeants when King goes in person, 546.
-, two footmen, 15 days, 20.
-, two men in Wales, 485.
-, Habergellum in King's service, 148.
-, See also under Services, Local.
-, Connected with the King's Courts and Household
-, baker, 920.
-, larderer, 589.
-, Naparius, 161.
-, steward of the King's guesthouse, 867.
-, usher of King's hall, 144, 185, 754.
-, keeping door, of King's hall, 885.
-, finding coal for the King's stove, 286.
-, finding withies for hanging meat in the King's kitchen, 547.
-, Chamberlain of Exchequer, 387.
-, usher of Exchequer, Jewry, &c., 763.
-, serving a cup at the King's chief feasts, 93.
-, making vafras when the King wears his crown, 648.
-, carrying white wand before the King on Christmas Day, 574.
-, the 'Marshal's wand,' 744.
-, Connected with Forests
-, serjeanty of forest, 125, 252.
-, keeper of King's forest gaol, &c., 753.
-, See also Local.
-, Connected with Hawks and Hawking
-, Falconer (unspecified), 93, 361.
-, Hautville's serjeanty, 685.
-, Dunton serjeanty, 281.
-, coming to court and keeping a goshawk, 878.
-, keeping goshawks (details given), 557.
-, keeping a goshawk, &c., 503.
-, mewing a goshawk, 53.
-, keeping the king's eyries of goshawks, 806.
-, keeping a falcon, 66, 266, 620.
-, receiving the king's gerfalcons, 756.
-, finding or paying
-, a falcon's hood, 588.
-, a sore goshawk, 30.
-, a sparrow hawk, 123, 217, 403.
-, a sore sparrow hawk, 13, 54, 102, 183, 208, 267, 359, 377.
-, a sparrow hawk and gloves, 156.
-, a sore fish hawk, &c., 102.
-, Connected with Hunting and Hounds
-, finding a berselet, 334.
-, finding greyhounds, &c., 593.
-, serjeanty of training a brachet, 915.
-, - hunting the wolf, 166, 809.
-, hunting wolf, fox and hare, 166.
-, keeping a pack of harriers, 374.
-, keeping a hound, 345.
-, Bambrough, carrying 30 loads to, 499.
-, -, work at the castle, 672.
-, Bedwin wood, being keeper, 178.
-, Buckholt forest, being keeper, 330.
-, Clarendon forest, being keeper, 330.
-, Cumberland, joining king's army in, 106.
-, Dean forest, finding a serjeant in, 493, 739.
-, -, finding horseman and 2 footmen in, 435
-, East Parrot serjeanty. See Parrot.
-, Exeter gaol, being keeper, 420.
-, Dilwyn, finding man and horse there, 186.
-, Dover castle, q.v.
-, Haycrust and Bushmoor, being forester, 534.
-, Hayridge, being bedel of the hundred, 63.
-, Langswathe, being keeper of the king's wood, 668.
-, Lincoln, being usher in the court of Common Pleas, 228.
-, Montgomery, finding 2 footmen at, 290.
-, -, finding horse serjeants at, 15 days, 15.
-, -, foot serjeants at, 15 days, 22.
-, Newcastle-under-Lyme, at, 308.
-, Northumberland, being chief forester (described), 465.
-, -, being coroner between Tweed and Coquet, 414.
-, Rochester bridge and Dover castle, maintaining, 813.
-, Rockingham, collecting castle guard rents, 210, 246.
-, Sandgate, guarding the sea coast, 389.
-, Shotover and Stow wood, being keeper, 193.
-, Shrewsbury castle, finding a yeoman at, 40 days, 801.
-, Shropshire, keeper of forests, 160.
-, Snodhill, finding 2 footmen at, 40 days, 197.
-, Wells Forum serjeanty. See Wells Forum.
-, Wight, keeper of the island, 564 (p. 174).
-, Winchester, serjeanty at the castle, 851.
-, -, finding a man for defence of the castle, 336.
-, -, keeper of the gaol, 722.
-, Woodstock park, service connected with, 411.
-, York, finding crossbow and guard at 351.
-, See under names of castles for guard-rents.
-, conducting treasure to London, 625, 665.
-, conducting treasure and summoning barons, 109.
-, conducting treasure and summoning the bishop of Hereford, 823.
-, being summoner of barony of Rayleigh, 486.
-, levying exchequer summonses in fees of Peverel, 906.
-, carving prior of Wenlock's food, 801.
-, being Sir William de Harecurt's pantler, 801.
-, finding a horse to carry a monk to Winchester, 332.
-, carrying herring pies from Norwich to London, 395, 849.
-, being coroner between Tweed and Coquet, 414.
-, bringing an assam porci, 213.
-, bringing a roast before the king at Cornbury, 859.
-, holding a cord in the queen's ship, &c., 230.
-, feeding 2 poor people daily, 133.
-, holding stirrup, &c., 580.
-, finding a horse and a sack with pin. &c., 242.
-, finding withies for hanging meat in the king's kitchen, 547.
-, finding coal for the king's stove, &c., 286.
-, Of the nature of Quitrents
-, berselet, 334.
-, greyhound, 593.
-, arrows, three for the king's hunting, 165.
-, -, three with eagle's feathers and gold thread, 466.
-, -, twenty yearly, 223.
-, -, a hundred barbed, 384.
-, arrow points, twelve iron, when the king comes to Nottingham, 242.
-, bow de eburno, 181.
-, dice, three, 588.
-, plough shares, two, 223.
-, gloves, 13, 165, 217, et alibi passim.
-, spurs, 112.
-, -, gilt, 1, 112, 133, 201, 253, 364.
-, salt, 10.
Sokes See Kirkby.
-, - See Mansfield.
Swanneries, p. 155.