Index of Subjects

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 11, Edward III. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1935.

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M. C. B. Dawes, 'Index of Subjects', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 11, Edward III, (London, 1935), pp. 671-680. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol11/pp671-680 [accessed 20 June 2024].

M. C. B. Dawes. "Index of Subjects", in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 11, Edward III, (London, 1935) 671-680. British History Online, accessed June 20, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol11/pp671-680.

Dawes, M. C. B.. "Index of Subjects", Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 11, Edward III, (London, 1935). 671-680. British History Online. Web. 20 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol11/pp671-680.

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

A

Aid:—
-, for knighting Edward III’s eldest son, 447 (p. 343).

Ale, assize of, 118 (p. 92).

Alien, Robert de Stotevylle, an alien of Normandy, 190.

Alms, distribution of, in the manor of Apps, 482.

Ancient demesne, 49, 98, 109, 118 (p. 105), 343 bis, 489 (pp. 371, 372 bis).

Animals:—
-, brachet hounds, 101, 431.
-, buckhounds, 63.
-, deer, 82, 84 (pp. 59, 61), 101, 115, 118 (pp. 96, 99), 130, 312 (p. 246), 317 (pp. 254, 255), 349 ter, 364, 397 (p. 308), 412, 485 (p. 366), 499 (pp. 378, 379), 503 (p. 384), 534, 601.
-, dogs, lawing of, 349.

Apprentice, to a draper, 8.

Assarts and purprestures, 64, 118 (p. 99 bis), 119, 143 bis, 165, 168, 190, 200, 218, 233, 320, 331, 418, 456, 472, 476 (pp. 358, 359), 485 (p. 367), 564, 575.

Assizes:—
-, of mort d’ancestor, 475, 548, 549, 551.
-, of novel disseisin, 616.

Averages, 312 (pp. 246, 247 ter).
-, ……, Norfolk and Suffolk, 397 (p. 306).

Avowry, 118 (p. 95).

B

Baronies. See:—
-, Basing.
-, Bolbec.
-, Bothal.
-, Bramber.
-, Burford.
-, Fitz Walter.
-, Gaugy.
-, Giffard.
-, Greystoke.
-, Haddon, East, and Helmdon.
-, Hepple.
-, Hunmanby.
-, Kendal.
-, Linstock.
-, Mitford.
-, Montfichet.
-, Morley.
-, St. Albans.
-, St. John.
-, Shelford.
-, Snodhill.
-, Stamford.
-, Styford.
-, Tattershall.
-, Warden, Chipping
-, Whalton.
-, Wolverton.

Barony, service of, 102 (p. 73), 118 (pp. 103 ter, 104), 194, 299 (p. 234), 317 (p. 254), 485 (p. 369), 487.

Bastards, 54, 118 (p. 101), 180, 268, 310, 586.

Battle of Sluys, 125 bis.

Beaupleader, 397 (p. 309).

Blanch farm, 115, 226, 520.

Books used as registers. See Registers.

Boroughs. See:—
-, Amersham.
-, Framlingham.
-, Monmouth.
-, Newcastle under Lyme.
-, Sodbury, Chipping.
-, Wimborne Minster.
-, Wincanton.

Bread and ale, assize of, 103, 118 (pp. 97, 99).

Brewers and bakers, amercements of, 397 (p. 307).

Bridges. See Oxford; Rochester; Setchey Bridge.

Burgage, 60, 118 (p. 99), 341, 589, 598 (p. 459).
-, ……, free, 527.
-, ……, …., tenure of the city of London, 40, 82 bis, 97, 111, 182, 263, 268, 269, 275, 279 (p. 222), 305, 310, 319, 325, 334, 394, 499 (p. 378), 502, 554, 555, 556, 559, 586, 599, 620, 626, 628.

Burgage tenements, 118 (pp. 95, 97), 341, 423, 499 (p. 381), 503 (p. 385).

Burgesses, court of, 118 (p. 97).

C

Castles. See:—
-, Allington.
-, Belvoir.
-, Berkeley.
-, Beverstone.
-, Bolingbroke.
-, Bothal.
-, Bramber.
-, Branceholm.
-, Braybrooke.
-, Brecon.
-, Brough.
-, Bungay.
-, Carew.
-, Carisbrooke.
-, Carlisle.
-, Carreg Cennen.
-, Chepstow.
-, Chilham.
-, Clitheroe.
-, Colchester.
-, Devizes.
-, Dover.
-, Dunstanburgh.
-, Egremont.
-, Fotheringhay.
-, Framlingham.
-, Grosmont.
-, Hay.
-, Hornby.
-, Huntington.
-, Kenilworth.
-, Kidwelly.
-, Kilpeck.
-, Kimbolton.
-, Lancaster.
-, Leeds.
-, Leicester.
-, Liverpool.
-, Marlborough.
-, Melbourne.
-, Monmouth.
-, Naworth.
-, Newcastle under Lyme.
-, Newcastle upon Tyne.
-, Norwich.
-, Ogle.
-, Ogmore.
-, Oxford.
-, Pevensey.
-, Pickering.
-, Pleshey.
-, Pontefract.
-, Portchester.
-, Reigate.
-, Rochester.
-, Rockingham.
-, St. Briavels.
-, Sarum, Old.
-, Shirenewton.
-, Skelton.
-, Skenfrith.
-, Skipsea.
-, Skipton in Craven.
-, Tickhill.
-, Titchmarsh.
-, Trematon.
-, WarkuponTweed.
-, Whitecastle.
-, Wigmore.
-, Winchester.
-, Windsor.
-, York.

Chaces. See:
-, Bowland.
-, Claris.
-, Clee.
-, Holt.
-, Kingswood.
-, Pendle.
-, Rossendale.
-, Rugeley.
-, St. Leonards.
-, Trauden.

Chamber, the king’s:—
-, service in, 231.
-, service of being usher in, 147.
-, yeoman of. See Neuport.

Chancery:—
-, alleged fraudulent alteration of an inquisition, 476 (p. 360).
-, persons to appear in, 102 (p. 77), 620.
-, pleas in, 476 (pp. 361, 362).
-, recognisance in, 589 (p. 451).

Chantries:—
-, in the chapel of Oaksey, 9.
-, in the church of St. Mary Somerset, London, 268.
-, in the church of St. Mary Woolnoth, London, 263.
-, in the churches of St. Bartholomew the Less and St. Mary le Bow, London, 599.
-, in the church of Laxton, 117.
-, in the church of Ottery St. Mary, 620.
-, in the church of Standon, 599.
-, in the church of Tuxford, 117.
-, in the free chapel of West Tilbury, 262.
-, at Braybrooke, 196.
-, at Shottesbrooke, 533.
-, at Wanborough, 161.
-, of Manton, 349.

Cheminage, 51, 349.

Collegiate churches. See:—
-, Ottery St. Mary.
-, Winchester.

Commutation of a serjeanty, 248.

Cornage, 60 (pp. 44, 45), 115, 118 (p. 100), 168, 217, 249, 251 (p. 203), 277 bis, 312 (p. 244), 317 (pp. 254 ter, 256 bis), 329, 341 bis, 342, 401 (p. 316 ter), 408, 447 (p. 342 bis), 476 (pp. 358, 359), 487, 499 (pp. 381, 382 ter), 503 (p. 386), 569, 589 (p. 451 bis), 596.

Corrodies, 138, 381.

Courtesy, or law, of England, 16, 140 (4), 169, 175, 309 bis, 343, 365, 379, 406, 430, 452, 476 (p. 359 bis), 564 (6), 590 bis.

D

Dates:—
-, Sunday on which Quasimodo geniti is sung, 612.

Domesday book, 447 (pp. 342, 343).

Dower, assignments of, 59 (pp. 43, 44), 62 (p. 47), 76, 229, 230, 236, 362, 592.

Drengage, 249, 348, 401 (p. 317).

Drowning:—
-, in the Ouse, 542.
-, in the Ribble, 553.
-, in the Severn, 130.
-, on a voyage to Flanders, 552.
-, ……, 133, 376, 614.

Dyers, rent of, 118 (p. 97).

E

Ecclesiastical:—
-, church, polluted and reconciled, 123.
-, …., suspended and reconciled, 473.
-, …., rent of 4 bushels of wheat due to, 87.
-, maintenance of a lamp in Bickenhall chapel, 361.
-, maintenance of a lamp in the church of St. Benet Fink, London, 599.
-, presentations:
-, Robert Valoun presented to Braybrooke church, 378.
-, Richard de Thorp presented to Earls Barton church, 387.
-, religious houses:
-, Alice daughter of John Warde the younger made a nun in Armathwaite priory, 474.
-, Maud de Monte Acuto a professed nun in Barking abbey, 516.
-, Juliana daughter of Adam Cok made a nun in Brewood priory, 381.
-, William son of Roger de Gnyp made a canon in Carlisle priory, 474.
-, William son of John de Lek made a monk in Holme Cultram abbey, 474.
-, Richard brother of John de Burgh made a canon in Lanercost priory, 474.
-, John brother of William Freman made a canon in Lilleshall abbey, 381.
-, Richard son of William le Smyth made an Augustinian Friar at Lincoln, 387.
-, John brother of Peter Sabbe made a canon in Malton priory, 382.
-, Maud Seneschal a professed nun in Markyate priory, 602.
-, Richard Crocke made a canon in Plympton priory, 615.
-, Margaret atte Broke made a nun in Polslo priory, 571.
-, John son of John de Wodehous made a monk in Shrewsbury abbey, 547.
-, William brother of Adam de Fenton made a canon in Warter priory, 382.
-, Joan sister of John de Friston made a nun in Watton priory, 382.
-, Alice sister of William Balcok made a nun in Watton priory, 542.
-, ……. See also chantries; collegiate churches; free chapels.

English words:—
-, Bedrep, an autumn work, 172.
-, Bene, a custom, 53.
-, Blakladys, priory of (Brewood), 381.
-, Bothis, 598.
-, Broyl of Bedwyn, 6.
-, Candelmasseyeve, a rent, 438.
-, Cariagesylver, 581 (p. 444).
-, Castel warde, 102 (p. 77).
-, Casteltoul, a custom, 118 (p. 106).
-, Chargelf, a custom, 82.
-, Churshet, chursett, churchs’, churs’, a rent or custom, 83 (p. 58), 215, 299 (p. 235 bis), 373, 425, 438, 501.
-, Copys, wood lying, 84 (p. 59).
-, Cotsetles, 22.
-, Croftes, 404.
-, Eskepp. See Skep.
-, Feusilver, a rent, 401 (p. 316).
-, Filstene, a custom, 573 (p. 436).
-, Floretoll, a toll, 118 (p. 99).
-, Forland, 312 (p. 247).
-, Frithborwesulver, a custom, 118 (p. 104).
-, Frythsylver, a custom, 109.
-, Grasselver, a custom, 118 (p. 106).
-, Hegingsilver, 349.
-, Hertpeny, a rent, 438.
-, Hevedpenys, 589 (p. 451 bis).
-, Heybote, haibote, 80 (p. 60), 118 (p. 95).
-, Holmes, holmis, of meadow, 62, 404.
-, Housbote, 84 (p. 60), 118 (p. 95).
-, Husgable, 60 (p. 44).
-, Kethis, 598 (p. 461).
-, Knyghtencourt, le knyghtcurt, 138 (p. 130), 573 (p. 436).
-, Landgavel, a custom, 140.
-, Landtolpenys, 581 (p. 443).
-, Langerston (?), a custom, 397 (p. 308).
-, Larderselver, larderesselver, a rent or custom, 35 (pp. 24–5), 95 (p. 68), 215, 299 (p. 235), 373, 501.
-, Lovebon, a custom, 53.
-, Maltselver, a rent, 501.
-, Mere, 201.
-, Metesilver, a custom, 149.
-, Monendayesmen, tenants, 118 (p. 95).
-, Morehuyre, a service, 581 (p. 444).
-, Netrep, an autumn work, 172.
-, Oxepans, a custom, 106.
-, Portemote, 30.
-, Portmonnesmot, a court, 118 (p. 92).
-, Redeleuet, redleuet, a court, 34 (p. 22), 203, 327, 363.
-, Schoutpeny, a toll, 35 (p. 24).
-, Skep, eskepp, a measure, 317 (p. 255), 447 (p. 342).
-, Swanimotes, swaimoth, 100n, 349.
-, Thisteltak, a custom, 118 (pp. 96, 97).
-, Thurghtoll, 503 (p. 386).
-, Thwertnaypeny, a custom, 118 (p. 100).
-, Tolhous, 140.
-, Tolpottes, a custom, 118 (p. 96).
-, Transmere, a custom, 140.
-, Wardfee, wardfe, 117 (pp. 90, 91).
-, Wharf, 138 (p. 131).
-, Witnesman, a service, 342.
-, Wodesilver, 349.
-, Workselver, 218.
-, Wrek, 397 (p. 308).

Exchequer, the, accounts at, 286, 326, 346, 373, 406 bis, 446, 498, 507, 526, 536.
-, ……, …., copy of inquisition to be sent to, 476 (p. 360).
-, ……, …., debt due at, 444.
-, ……, …., extent to be sent to, 417.
-, ……, …., rents of money at, 22, 25, 28, 86, 109, 118 (p. 105), 146, 174, 179, 189, 202, 233, 256, 257, 266, 283, 291 bis, 344, 349, 372, 396, 491, 492, 517, 533, 573 (p. 438), 576, 592 (p. 453), 607, 629.
-, ……, …., rent of four barbed arrows at, 26.
-, ……, …., rent of horseshoes and nails at, 419.
-, ……, …., rent of a pair of scissors at, 532.
-, ……, …., rent of a pair of gilt spurs at, 509, 517.
-, ……, …., Book of Fees of, 447 (pp. 342, 343).
-, ……, …., …., quoted, for evidence and not for record, 102 (p. 76).
-, ……, …., Memoranda Rolls of, quoted, 102 (pp. 75, 76).
-, ……, …., chief baron of. See Skipwith.
-, ……, …., treasurer and barons of, writs to, 102 (pp. 74–76), 447 (p. 342)
-, ……, …., …., returns by, 102 (pp. 74–76), 447 (p. 343).
-, ……, …., office of usher of, 211, 212.
-, ……, …., receipt of, 211, 212.

F

Fairs. See:—
-, Almondbury.
-, Bolton le Moors
-, Boston.
-, Bradford.
-, Bungay.
-, Egremont.
-, Findon.
-, Framlingham.
-, Grosmont.
-, Hollesley.
-, Hungerford.
-, Kidwelly.
-, Kilham.
-, Leeds.
-, Llanelly.
-, Monmouth.
-, Penkridge.
-, Pickering.
-, Pontefract.
-, Ravenglass.
-, Shepton Beauchamp.
-, Skenfrith.
-, Skipton in Craven.
-, Snaith.
-, Sodbury, Chipping.
-, Thurlow.
-, Tuxford.
-, Wem.
-, Westbury.
-, Whitecastle.
-, Winchester.

Fees. See:—
-, Aumale.
-, Barry.
-, Cioches.
-, Longespe.
-, Mortuo Mari.
-, Peverel.
-, Richmond.

Ferries. See:—
-, Aire.
-, Derwent.
-, Newcastle under Lyme.
-, Trent.

Ferry, 573 (p. 436).

Fisheries, 7, 37, 42, 45, 51, 59 (p. 43), 82 (4), 95 (p. 67), 118 (pp. 95, 98, 99), 119, 140, 162, 172, 187, 190, 192, 201, 283, 317 (pp. 253–256), 364, 401 (p. 316), 408, 433, 489 (p. 371), 503 (p. 385), 528 (p. 401), 537 (p. 436 bis).
-, ……. See:—
-, Aire.
-, Calder.
-, Colne.
-, Esk.
-, Lune.
-, Mite Garth.
-, Nen.
-, Ouse.
-, Thames.
-, Tweed.
-, Welland.

Floods, 36, 73, 130, 283, 292, 491.
-, ……, of the Ancholme, 376.
-, ……, of the Humber, 528 (p. 402).
-, ……, of the Medway, 59 (p. 41).
-, ……, of the Trent, 197.

Forests. See:—
-, Alice Holt.
-, Ashop.
-, Barden.
-, Bowland.
-, Buckholt.
-, Cannock.
-, Dean.
-, Derwent.
-, Edale.
-, Freemantle.
-, Grovely.
-, Inglewood.
-, King’s Cliffe.
-, Kinver.
-, Morf.
-, New Forest.
-, Pamber.
-, Pickering.
-, Savernake.
-, Selwood.
-, Sherwood.
-, Shotover.
-, Stow Wood.
-, Windsor.
-, Woolmer.
-, Wychwood.

Forfeiture:—
-, of Andrew de Harcla, 447 (p. 342), 467.
-, of William de Karliolo, 577.
-, of Roger de Quincy, earl of Winchester, 358.

Forge, rent of, 118 (p. 99).

Fort (castellum), a, 396.

Fortalice (forcellettum), a, 447.

Frankpledge, views of, 36, 53, 83, 118 (pp. 92–94, 103), 149 bis, 160, 172, 218, 236, 284, 397 (p. 309), 433, 438, 485 (p. 367 bis), 573 (p. 437), 589 (pp. 449, 450).

Free chapels. See:—
-, Edington.
-, Newton, North.
-, St. Leonards.
-, Stoke under Hamden.
-, Tilbury, West.
-, Titchmarsh.

Friars:—
-, Augustinian. See Lincoln; York.
-, Carmelite. See Lynn, King’s; Shoreham by Sea.

G

Gavelkind (gavelekendies, gavelkendes, gavelkendies, gavelkynde, gavelkyndes, gavelykendies, gavilkynddeys, gavilkynde, gavilkyndeys), 1, 8, 29, 59 (p. 42), 149, 276, 304, 314, 363, 508, 566 (pp. 430–431), 587.

Gifts:—
-, from a godfather at baptism, 383.
-, an axe with a cord, given as a memorial of a child’s age, 379.
-, a buckskin, given as a memorial of a child’s age, 546.
-, a doeskin, given as a memorial of a child’s age, 379.
-, cartloads of wood, given as reminders of children’s ages, 379, 390.
-, white greyhounds, given as reminders of children’s ages, 390, 546.
-, silk purses, given as reminders of children’s ages, 129, 379.

Godfather, a, 9 years old, 473.
-, ……, gift by, 383.
-, ……, refusal to act as, 129.

H

Halmotes (Halemote, Halimot, Halimotes), 100, 118 (pp. 92, 93 bis, 95, 99), 299 (p. 234), 438.

Hays (or heys). See:—
-, Cadley.
-, Cheslyn.
-, Earnstrey.
-, Hereford.
-, Teddesley.

Hidage, 397 (p. 309 bis).

Honors. See:—
-, Aumale.
-, Berkhampstead.
-, Bolingbroke.
-, Boulogne.
-, Bramber.
-, Carisbrooke.
-, Clare.
-, Eye.
-, Gloucester.
-, Hereford.
-, Huntingdon.
-, Laigle.
-, Lancaster.
-, Leeds.
-, Leicester.
-, Mandevill.
-, Pecche.
-, Peverel.
-, Pontefract.
-, Rayleigh.
-, Reigate.
-, St. Valery.
-, Tickhill.
-, Trematon.
-, Trowbridge.
-, Tutbury.
-, Wallingford.
-, Wigmore.
-, Winchester.

Hospitals. See:
-, Leicester.
-, London.
-, Northampton.
-, Ossington.
-, Pontefract.
-, Quenington.
-, St. John of Jerusalem.
-, Skirbeck.
-, Tilbury, West.
-, Windsor, New.

Husband-lands, 217 (p. 186), 341, 366, 401 (pp. 315, 316), 589 (p. 451), 598 (p. 459), 605.

Husgable, 60 (p. 44).

I

Idiots, 219, 301, 302, 335, 405.

L

Leets, 35 (p. 23), 42, 82 (7), 117 (p. 91), 140 (9), 151, 154, 205, 221, 223 (5), 260, 262, 296, 299 (p. 232), 396, 397 (p. 306 ter, 307 ter, 308 bis), 410, 463, 485 (p. 366 bis), 497, 499 (pp. 378, 379 ter), 506, 528 (pp. 405 bis, 406 bis), 573 (p. 436), 597.

Leper, a, 136.

Lordships. See:—
-, Carmarthen.
-, Carnwallon.
-, Chepstow.
-, Greywell.
-, Grosmont.
-, Kidwelly.
-, Kilpeck.
-, Monmouth.
-, Ogmore.
-, Skenfrith.
-, Whitecastle.

Loveday (dies amoris), 553.

M

Markets. See:—
-, Almondbury.
-, Amersham.
-, Blandford.
-, Boston.
-, Bradford.
-, Findon.
-, Grosmont.
-, Hallaton.
-, Hungerford.
-, Hunmanby.
-, Kidwelly.
-, Kilham.
-, Lambourn.
-, Lavington, Market.
-, Leeds.
-, Leicester.
-, Llanelly.
-, Monmouth.
-, Pickering.
-, Pontefract.
-, Shepton Beauchamp.
-, Skenfrith.
-, Skipton in Craven.
-, Snaith.
-, Stowting.
-, Tuxford.
-, Warden, Chipping.
-, Wem.
-, Westbury.
-, Whitecastle.

Marlpit, 118 (p. 98).

Measures:—
-, a bovate containing 5a, 55.
-, bovates containing 20a. each, 88.
-, carucates containing 60a. each, 35 (p. 24), 38.
-, carucates containing 80a. each, 14, 23, 24, 48, 83 (p. 58 bis), 320, 349, 412 ter, 456 bis.
-, two-thirds of 2 carucates containing 110a., 22.
-, carucates containing 100a. each, 100, 185 bis, 192, 257, 412.
-, carucates containing 120a. each, 13, 23, 101 bis, 113, 431.
-, carucates containing 140a. each, 30, 192.
-, 1 1/2 carucates containing 140a., 243.
-, 2 carucates containing 110a., 161.
-, 2 carucates containing 200a., 87, 181, 472.
-, 2 carucates containing 286a., 84 (p. 61).
-, 2 carucates containing 357a., 84 (p. 60).
-, 2 carucates containing 400a., 110.
-, 3 carucates containing 300a., 119.
-, 3 carucates containing 326a., 84 (p. 61).
-, 3 carucates containing 350a. 3r., 35 (p. 24).
-, 17 carucates making a knight’s fee, 282.
-, 28 carucates making a knight’s fee, 228.
-, a virgate containing 16a., 173.
-, virgates containing 18a. each, 237.
-, a virgate containing 32a., 180.
-, 2 virgates containing 44a., 392.
-, 5 virgates containing 100a., 207.
-, a ‘skep,’ or ‘eskepp,’ of meal, 317 (p. 255), 447 (p. 342).
-, mitts of salt, 194.

Mills:—
-, fulling-mills, 23, 60 (p. 45), 71, 84 (p. 60), 117 (p. 91), 118 (pp. 97, 98 ter, 99, 106 bis), 180, 187, 223, 251 (p. 203), 254 (p. 207), 299 (p. 235), 312 (p. 246), 317 (pp. 253, 255), 405, 440, 497, 499 (p. 381 bis), 503 (pp. 384, 385 bis), 578, 589 (p. 451).
-, horse-mills, 66, 81, 118 (p. 96), 192, 453.

Mines:—
-, a coal mine, 118 (p. 104).

Mortain, Morteyn, fees, or little fees, of, 34 (p. 22), 35 (pp. 25, 26), 118 (p. 107), 158, 175.

Mortgage of a manor, etc., 138 (p. 130).

N

Names, unusual Christian:—
-, Alina, 366, 380, 531.
-, Amand, 317 (p. 256).
-, Anastasia, 13, 22.
-, Ankaretta, 201.
-, Annora, 47, 60.
-, Asselina, 332.
-, Audrey (Etheldreda), 141.
-, Avelina, 102 (p. 76).
-, Bertin, 124, 159.
-, Bevis (Bigo, Bogo, Bugo), 160, 328, 367, 397 (p. 310).
-, Bona, 76.
-, Burga, 102 (p. 77).
-, Claud (Clausus), 509.
-, Clemency, 69.
-, Constantine, 102 (p. 72), 463.
-, Diamanda, 426.
-, Euphemia, 154.
-, Francus, 118 (p. 95 bis).
-, George, 294, 614.
-, Grimbald, 11.
-, Helewise, 226.
-, Helming, 279.
-, Hildebrand, 480.
-, Idonia, 122, 142, 279.
-, Isolda, 293.
-, Jacoba, 598.
-, Leysanus, 397 (p. 310).
-, Lora, 59 (p. 43), 96, 108, 535.
-, Malcolm (Maukelinus), 505.
-, Mariota, 277, 560, 594, 602.
-, Meliora, 213.
-, Nesta, 608.
-, Sabina, 226.
-, Valentine, 281.
-, Wakelin, 397 (p. 313).
-, Wolrina, 396.

O

Oven, common, 117 (pp. 89, 92).

P

Parks, 7, 35 (p. 25), 37 bis, 82 bis, 84 (pp. 59, 61), 106, 110, 112, 115, 118 (pp. 93, 95, 96, 98, 99, 101 bis), 140 (4), 144 (p. 140), 147, 192, 195, 201, 214, 215 bis, 240, 312 (p. 246), 317 (pp. 253 bis, 254 bis, 255), 330 bis, 331, 364, 397 (p. 308 bis), 483, 485 (p. 366), 499 (pp. 378 bis, 379), 503 (pp. 384, 385), 581 bis.

Partitions of lands, etc., among co-heirs, 122, 160, 397 (p. 314).

Pestilence, 75, 102 (p. 72), 108, 133, 183, 187, 225, 233, 473, 550 bis, 591, 600.

Peter’s Pence, 363.

Pilgrimages:—
-, to Canterbury, 133 bis, 382.
-, to the Holy Land, 127, 475.
-, to Santiago, 125 bis, 127, 130, 131, 377, 388, 543, 545, 547, 548, 549, 551, 552, 611.
-, to Walsingham, 123.

Portmote, court of, 30, 160.

Potters, farm of, 118 (p. 99).

Purprestures. See Assarts.

Q

Quays and wharves, 9, 40, 587.

R

Recluse, a, 118 (p. 93).

Registers, books used as:—
-, antiphonar, 615.
-, missals, 125, 383, 389, 545, 548, 549, 571, 613, 614, 615.
-, white missal, 384.
-, portas, 544.
-, great portas, 376.
-, white portas, 612.
-, psalters, 549, 551, 611.
-, great psalter, 475.
-, death register (liber martilogii, mortileg’), 613, 615.
-, Rerecounty, a court, 118 (p. 104).
-, Rolls of the king of England’s chancellor and chamberlain in Scotland, 60 (p. 46).

S

Salt, mitts of, 194.

Salterns, 183.

School, at Cirencester, 130.

Sea-dykes, repair of, 217 (p. 187).

Sea-wall, broken by inundation, 544.

Sea-watch, 499 (pp. 381, 382 bis).

Services:—
-, castleguard. See under individual castles.
-, in the army, personal:
-, being with the king in his army in the march of Wales for forty days, 562.
-, carrying a certain white standard towards Scotland in the king’s war for forty days, 149.
-, following the king in his army with a crossbow for forty days, 146.
-, going with Thomas de Roos to the king’s war for forty days, 192.
-, in the army, finding:
-, a man with a habergeon for forty days in time of war, 14, 23.
-, a serjeant on foot with a bow and arrows for fifteen days yearly in the king’s army in Wales, 65.
-, a man riding with the king for forty days when there is war in Wales, 79.
-, a man on foot with bow and arrows in England in time of war, 119.
-, a hobeler for forty days in the Scotch war, 152, 153.
-, an armed man within the four seas for forty days for the defence of the realm when the king’s serjeanty is summoned, 172.
-, a fourth part of a man-at-arms for forty days when the white banner is raised for war against Scotland, 173.
-, a horse worth 5s., a bag worth 6d., and pin worth 1/2d., in every Welsh war, 240.
-, an armed man for forty days in the Scotch war, 368.
-, twelve men on foot for one day in the king’s army in his Welsh war, 489 (p. 372).
-, a hobeler in the Welsh war for forty days, 495.
-, connected with the coronation:
-, being the king’s lardener, 32.
-, turning a spit in the king’s kitchen, 193.
-, bearing a white rod at the door of the king’s larder, 314.
-, rendering a pair of gilt spurs, 499 (p. 379).
-, finding a pot for making a food called ‘Maupygernon,’ 573 (p. 438).
-, connected with the king’s household:
-, being usher in the king’s chamber, 147.
-, being marshal in the king’s household and court, 147.
-, being one of the king’s chamberlains, 181.
-, being in person in the king’s chamber wherever the king wills, 231.
-, being the king’s constable in England, 485 (pp. 368–9).
-, connected with forests:
-, keeping the forests of Edale, Ashop and Derwent, 318, 448.
-, keeping the king’s forest of Freemantle, 15.
-, keeping the lawn of Plumpton in Inglewood forest, 340.
-, coming once a year at Martinmas to Gatesgill with a book to hear the oath of the agisters of swine in Inglewood forest at the time of pannage, 343.
-, keeping a moiety of the forest of Morf, 590 bis.
-, keeping the ‘broyl’ of Bedwyn in Savernake forest, 6.
-, keeping the west bailiwick of Savernake forest, 22.
-, finding a man to keep Southgrove wood in Savernake forest, 138 (p. 130).
-, finding a man to keep Selwood forest, 48.
-, finding a man to keep the forest of Shotover and Stowood, 100.
-, being chief forester of Woolmer forest, 534.
-, finding a man to be keeper of Wychwood forest, 112.
-, connected with hawks:
-, keeping one of the king’s falcons, 570.
-, keeping a falcon when the king pleases, 585 bis.
-, keeping the king’s falcons, 309.
-, keeping a goshawk, 248.
-, keeping a goshawk of the king’s in Inglewood forest, 512, 526.
-, mewing a sparrow-hawk, 494.
-, finding a man to carry a heroner-falcon in the king’s presence every year in the season, 434.
-, connected with hounds:
-, being huntsman of the king’s buckhounds, 63.
-, providing a brachet yearly, 431.
-, supporting a brachet for the king, 101.
-, keeping two wolf-hounds, 254 (p. 207).
-, local:
-, Apps, providing malt, etc., for making ale, rye for making bread, and a pig or 12d., for a distribution of alms, 482.
-, Broadbridge, rendering to the king two white capons when he passes through the gates of tenements there, 451.
-, Clarendon, making wine called Clar’ for the king’s coming there, and serving the king therewith, 44.
-, Clarendon forest, rendering to the king six barbed arrows by the hands of the keeper of, 180.
-, Felsted, finding a stable for a horse when the king passes near, 395.
-, Isle of Wight and the New Forest, being bailiff errant there, 73.
-, Lincoln, being usher in the eyre of justices there, 142 (p. 134).
-, Melchet, providing a man to keep the park, 331.
-, Moulton Park, making and repairing a perch of 16 ft. of the wall round the king’s park, 291.
-, Nobottle Grove, finding a yeoman every year in the hundred, to execute the sheriff’s precepts, 172.
-, Nottingham, providing twelve arrow-heads once yearly at the king’s coming there, 51.
-, Portchester, finding a man to keep the east gate of the castle, 166.
-, …., finding an armed man to keep the castle for forty days in time of war, 244.
-, …., finding a hobeler in the castle for eight days in time of war, 265.
-, St. Briavels, keeping the castle in time of war, 609.
-, Shrivenham, offering two capons to the king when he comes there, saying ‘you shall have them another time but not now,’ 114.
-, Wigmore, finding a hobeler for the keeping of the castle, 270.
-, …., finding two hobelers in the castle for forty days in time of war, 400.
-, Winchester, keeping the gaol, 281.
-, …., providing an armed man to keep the fair of St. Giles at the bishop of Winchester’s costs, 184.
-, York, finding a crossbowman in the castle for forty days if there is war in the county, 427, 515, 567, 574.
-, miscellaneous:
-, raising the right hand on Christmas day towards the king wherever he may be in England, 4.
-, going with the baggage of the king’s son from Hereford to Gloucester, 61.
-, keeping the fees of John de Beauchamp of Somerset in Somerset and Dorset belonging to the manor of Stoke under Hamdon, 255.
-, bleeding an abbot’s oxen, 261.
-, rendering a bow (arcus auburnen) without a cord and three arrows without feathers, 441.
-, being chamberlain of the archbishop of Canterbury, 528 (p. 401).
-, serving the lord de Percy with the cup on Christmas day, 598 (p. 459).
-, in the nature of quit rents:
-, an arrow, 493.
-, three arrows, 412.
-, four barbed arrows, 26.
-, six barbed arrows, 207.
-, 8s. 4d. for a hundred barbed arrows, 284.
-, an axe, 625 (p. 477).
-, 2 qrs. barley, 363.
-, two capons, 82.
-, four capons, 23.
-, twelve white capons, 153.
-, a clove, 28, 349, 455, 499 (p. 380), 520.
-, two cloves, 153.
-, 39 qrs. corn, 95 (p. 68).
-, 1/2 lb. cummin, 23, 71, 117 (pp. 89, 91), 246, 351.
-, 1 lb. cummin, 12, 22, 31, 34 (p. 21), 39, 59 (p. 41), 66, 87, 95 (p. 68), 142, 153, 259, 349 bis, 397 (p. 309), 412, 467, 476 (p. 358), 598 (p. 459), 605, 625 (p. 477).
-, 25 eggs, 363.
-, 200 fleeces of ewes, 95 (p. 68).
-, a pair of gloves, 20, 25, 259, 356, 459 (pp. 347, 349), 467, 589 (p. 450).
-, a pair of white gloves, 625 (p. 477).
-, two pairs of gloves, 84 (p. 61).
-, a greyhound, 254 (p. 207).
-, a greyhound’s collar, 443.
-, 9 hens, 363.
-, four horse-shoes with forty nails, 419.
-, six horse-shoes with nails, 319.
-, two pairs of ‘huses,’ 84 (p. 61).
-, a knife, 173.
-, 4 qrs. of oats, 192.
-, 3 qrs. pepper, 139.
-, 1/4 lb. pepper, 320, 418.
-, 1/2 lb. pepper, 246, 259, 359, 495.
-, 1 lb. pepper, 12, 14, 80, 86, 87, 103, 117 (pp. 89–91), 118 (p. 96), 143, 170, 181, 191, 205, 207, 265, 316, 341, 412, 416, 573 (p. 438), 587, 589 (p. 450), 598 (p. 459).
-, 1 1/2 lbs. pepper, 584.
-, a peppercorn, 459 (p. 349), 489 (p. 373).
-, a ploughshare, 587.
-, two ploughshares, 397 (p. 308).
-, four ploughshares, 50, 59 (p. 43).
-, a purse, 373.
-, a rose, 24, 29, 46, 59 (p. 40), 117 (pp. 89, 91), 138 (p. 130), 139, 194, 216 bis, 251 (p. 204), 279 (p. 221), 299 (p. 232), 352, 397 (p. 306), 459 (p. 349), 477, 489 (p. 373 ter), 518.
-, a red rose, 14.
-, two roses, 246.
-, 2 qrs. salt, 412.
-, 10 qrs. salt, 412.
-, a pair of scissors, 532.
-, half an ounce of silk, 84 (p. 61).
-, a sparrowhawk, 59 (p. 42), 597.
-, a sore sparrowhawk, 259, 312 (p. 246), 317 (p. 253), 566 (p. 432), 581 (p. 443).
-, a moiety of a sore sparrowhawk, 348.
-, a spur, 450.
-, a pair of spurs, 37, 82, 91, 113, 162, 216, 334.
-, a pair of gilt spurs, 82, 83 (p. 59), 190, 191, 218, 254 (p. 207), 328, 403, 412, 424, 459 (p. 348), 509, 517, 520, 533, 566 (p. 431 bis), 587, 592 (p. 454).
-, 3 lbs. wax, 278.
-, a grain of wheat, 119.
-, 4 bushels of wheat, 528 (p. 405).
-, serjeanty, 15, 188, 453, 495, 515, 567, 574.
-, grand serjeanty, 13, 14, 22, 23, 44, 71, 100, 112, 138, 152, 153, 166, 181, 184, 244, 296, 309, 331, 368, 442, 510, 512, 526, 582.
-, petty serjeanty, 69, 180, 207, 284, 344, 576, 625.

Sheriff’s aid, 59 (p. 42), 144 (p. 140), 217, 237, 349, 499 (p. 380 bis), 528 (p. 402).

Sheriff’s tourn, 34 (p. 21), 87, 118 (pp. 97–99), 606 bis.

Sokes. See:—
-, Elvaston.
-, Oswaldbeck.
-, Pickering.
-, Snaith.
-, Winchester.

Statute merchant, 138 (p. 130).
-, …… concerning wardships and marriages, 522.

T

Tithes, 26, 379.

Tithings, 103, 118 (p. 95).

Tithingmen, 26, 87.

V

Vaccaries, 118 (p. 101), 297, 418 ter, 454, 523.

Vines, 314.

W

Weirs, 35 (p. 24), 95 (p. 67), 118 (pp. 105, 106 bis), 283, 573 (p. 436).

Welsh words:—
-, chens, 118 (p. 106), 299 (p. 234 ter).
-, commorth, 118 (p. 106).
-, killz, a custom, 299 (p. 234 bis).

Wharves. See Quays.

Wills of land, 111, 119, 138, 419, 599, 620.

Wine:—
-, called Clar’, 44.
-, red, 613.
-, from Gascony, 387.

Wreck of sea, 330, 397 (p. 308), 573 (p. 438).

Wrestling match, injury in, 547.