Index of Subjects

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 12, Edward III. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1938.

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M. C. B. Dawes. J. B. W. Chapman, 'Index of Subjects', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 12, Edward III, (London, 1938) pp. 595. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol12/p595 [accessed 26 May 2024].

M. C. B. Dawes. J. B. W. Chapman. "Index of Subjects", in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 12, Edward III, (London, 1938) 595. British History Online, accessed May 26, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol12/p595.

Dawes, M. C. B.. Chapman, J. B. W.. "Index of Subjects", Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 12, Edward III, (London, 1938). 595. British History Online. Web. 26 May 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol12/p595.

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

A

Ale, prisage of, 332 (p. 321 bis).

Ancient demesne of the crown, 354, 397 (p. 381).

Apprentice to a tailor, 387.

Assarts and purprestures, 116, 172, 219, 227, 233 (p. 210), 249, 332 (p. 317), 374 (p. 357), 425.

B

Barony, 71, 81 (p. 60), 172, 374 (p. 361).
-, ……, service of, 12 (pp. 10, 11 bis), 29, 226 (p. 201), 308 (p. 281), 332 (p. 321 bis), 403.
-, ……, tenure by, 152, 166 (p. 145), 233 (p. 208), 326 (p. 304).

Baronies. See:
-, Bedford.
-, Bolam.
-, Bolbec.
-, Bramber.
-, Burford.
-, Cainhoe.
-, Egremont.
-, Folkingham.
-, Hepple.
-, Ichington, Long.
-, Mitford.
-, Morley.
-, Mountfitchet.
-, Pembroke.
-, Sampford.
-, Tattershall.
-, Whalton.

Bastards, 156, 174, 430.

Bench, Common, office of criers in, 350 bis.
-, ……, …., office of usher in, 350.
-, ……, …., writ of, reffered to, 323.

Bench, King’s, pleas in, 200 (p. 178), 308 (p. 283).

Blanch farm, 46, 355 (p. 344).

Borough court, 242 (p. 227).

Boroughs. See:
-, Alnwick.
-, Corbridge.
-, Midhurst.
-, Stoford.
-, Sutton Valence.
-, Thirsk.
-, Wareham.
-, Weymouth.

Bridges. See:—
-, Deptford.
-, Fye Bridge.

Burgage, tenure of Carlisle, 52.
-, ……, tenure of York, 160 (p. 142), 202 (p. 181), 242 (p. 222), 416.
-, ……, free, tenure of Kingston upon Hull, 75 (p. 54).
-, ……, …., tenure of London, 10, 30–32, 34, 35, 98, 100, 102, 103 bis, 105–109, 156, 157, 160 (p. 134), 171 (p. 151), 174, 175, 192–195, 197, 217 (p. 193), 222, 234 (p. 214 bis), 242 (p. 221), 247, 273–277, 279–287, 289– 295, 304–307, 355 (p. 343), 406 (p. 395), 424 (p. 408), 429, 430, 432, 433, 449 (p. 424).
-, ……, …., tenure of Newcastle upon Tyne, 160 (p. 135).
-, ……, …., tenure of Northampton, 355 (p. 345).

Burgage tenements and tenants, 17 (pp. 17, 18), 39, 127 (p. 102), 233 (pp. 208, 209, 211), 242 (p. 230 (4)), 327 (p. 313), 339 bis, 346 (p. 336), 374 (pp. 356, 358, 361).

C

Castles. See:
-, Abergavenny.
-, Alnwick.
-, Alton.
-, Appleby.
-, Arundel.
-, Banbury.
-, Barnard Castle.
-, Beaudesert.
-, Bedford.
-, Benefield.
-, Berkeley.
-, Bramber.
-, Buckenham, Old.
-, Bytham, Castle.
-, Caerleon.
-, Cambridge.
-, Carisbrooke.
-, Chilham.
-, Chillingham.
-, Cockermouth.
-, Dover.
-, Dunbar.
-, Ewyas Lacy.
-, Eye.
-, Framlingham.
-, Knaresborough.
-, Lancaster.
-, Langley.
-, Leeds.
-, Llangibby.
-, Lyonshall.
-, Middleham.
-, Mitford.
-, Montgomery.
-, Newcastle upon Tyne.
-, Northampton.
-, Norwich.
-, Ogle.
-, Orford.
-, Oxford.
-, Oystermouth.
-, Painscastle.
-, Pickering.
-, Portchester.
-, Richmond.
-, Rising, Castle.
-, Rochester.
-, Rockingham.
-, Scaleby.
-, Skipton.
-, Stapleton.
-, Stortford, Bishop’s.
-, Swansea.
-, Tamworth.
-, Tattershall.
-, Tickhill.
-, Trowbridge.
-, Usk.
-, Warkworth.
-, Warwick.
-, Wilton.
-, Windsor.
-, York.
-, …… in Ireland. See:—
-, Dungarvan (s.v. Ireland).

Chace, 146 (p. 123), 217 (pp. 193, 194), 332 (p. 322).
-, …… of geese, 146 (p. 122).
-, …… of the sea, 397 (p. 385).
-, ……. See also St. Leonards.

Chamber, the king’s, escheator of lands reserved for. See Berkhampstede.

Chancery, inquisition to be sent from the queen’s Receipt into, 308 (p. 280).
-, ……, persons to appear in, 96 (p. 78), 234 (p. 214), 304, 308 (p. 282).
-, ……, pleas in, 136, 200 (pp. 178, 179), 234 (p. 215), 308 (p. 283).
-, ……, Close Rolls of, deeds endorsed on, referred to, 326 (pp. 305 bis, 310 bis).

Chantries:—
-, in Alnwick manor and castle, 242 (p. 231).
-, at Chatton, 242 (p. 228).
-, of the chapel of St. John the Evangelist, Clavering, 160 (p. 134).
-, at Cotterstock, 261.
-, in the church of Finchley, 449 (p. 425).
-, in the church of Furneaux Pelham, 225 (p. 199).
-, in the chapel of the Guildhall, London, 234 (p. 214).
-, in the church of All Hallows the Great, London, 194.
-, in the church of All Hallows the Less, London, 193.
-, in the church of All Hallows, Barking, London, 274.
-, in the church of All Hallows, Honey Lane, London, 31.
-, in the church of All Hallows, Lombard Street, London, 307.
-, in the church of St. Agnes, Aldersgate, London, 294.
-, in the church of St. Alban, Wood Street, London, 34.
-, in the church of St. Andrew, Holborn, 304, 432.
-, in the church of St. Andrew Undershaft, London, 276.
-, in the church of St. Bartholomew the Great, London, 32, 291.
-, in the church of St. Botolph, Aldgate, London, 35.
-, in the church of St. Botolph, Billingsgate, London, 197.
-, in the church of St. Bride, Fleet Street, London, 106, 275, 305.
-, in the church of St. Dunstan in the East, London, 100.
-, in the church of St. James, Garlickhithe, London, 288.
-, in the church of St. John Zachary, London, 289, 304, 432.
-, in the church of St. John the Baptist upon Walbrook, London, 280.
-, in the church of St. Laurence, Old Jewry, London, 283.
-, in the church of St. Leonard, Eastcheap, London, 292, 293.
-, in the church of St. Magnus, London, 279.
-, in the church of St. Margaret, Bridge Street, London, 285.
-, in the church of St. Martin in the Vintry, London, 102, 105.
-, in the church of St. Mary Aldermanbury, London, 449 (p. 425).
-, in the church of St. Mary Aldermary, London, 157.
-, in the church of St. Mary, Woolchurch Haw, London, 107, 282.
-, in the church of St. Michael Bassishaw, London, 281, 449 (p. 425).
-, in the church of St. Michael Cornhill, London, 195.
-, in the church of St. Michael Paternoster, London, 175.
-, in the church of St. Peter, Paul’s Wharf, London, 306.
-, in the church of St. Sepulchre, London, 291.
-, in the church of St. Swithin, London, 273.
-, in the chapel of St. Denis, Midhurst, 127 (p. 101 ter).
-, in the church of Sandy, 139 (p. 113).
-, at Seamer near Scarborough, 242 (p. 227).
-, in Swavesey manor, 252.
-, in the church of Walthamstow, 449 (p. 425).
-, in the chapel of St. Mary Matfelon, alias Whitechapel, 98.
-, in St. Peter’s York, 242 (p. 227).

Churchscot, 244.

Coal mines, 160 (p. 136), 226 (p. 202), 242 (p. 230).

Cornage, 17 (pp. 17–20), 39 bis, 40 bis, 52, 73, 160 (p. 136), 170 (4), 204, 205 ter, 233 (pp. 212–213), 308 (p. 279), 311 (5), 327 (p. 313), 328, 346 (pp. 335 ter, 336 bis), 370, 374 (pp. 359–360), 401, 409, 410 (4), 422, 443 bis, 444 bis, 446 bis.

Council, the king’s, 105, 243.
-, ……, …., petition to, 234 (p. 214).

Courtesy of England, 17 (pp. 15 bis, 20, 21 ter), 56, 91, 99, 113 bis, 143, 171 (pp. 150–152), 172, 237, 238, 247, 279, 322 (pp. 297, 298), 329, 332 (pp. 317–321), 333 (p. 322), 397 (p. 381 bis), 416.

D

Date:—
-, Sunday on which Quasimodo geniti is sung, 204.

Dower, agreement as to, 455.
-, ……, assignments of, 20, 84, 169, 172, 173, 202 (p. 183), 228 (p. 204), 232, 348, 391, 392, 400.

Drownings:—
-, in the Aire, 93.
-, in the Eden, 181.
-, in the Lune, 26.

E

Ecclesiastical:—
-, churches suspended on account of bloodshed, and reconciled, 95, 265, 378, 384, 388.
-, religious houses:—
-, Alice sister of William de Vaus of Catterlen made a nun in Armathwaite priory, 181.
-, Thomas son of Gilbert de Suthayk made a canon in Carlisle priory, 181.
-, Roger Walter made a monk in Colchester abbey, 376.
-, Robert son of Walter Horold made a monk in Ely priory, 388.
-, corrody in Fineshade priory, 261.
-, William Chapman made a canon in Haverfordwest priory, 384.
-, John Donstow made a canon in Haverfordwest priory, 378.
-, Richard son of Thomas Perye made a canon at Hertford, 264.
-, John Corbet made a monk in Kingswood abbey, 377.
-, Ralph Basset of Weldon professed in Launde priory, 216.
-, John Riche, clerk, enters Leeds priory, 387.
-, John de Maynyngham made a monk in Monk Bretton priory, 93.
-, Joan Vyle made a nun in Nunburnholme priory, 94.
-, Robert White made a monk in Pembroke priory, 384.
-, John Wydelock made a monk in Pembroke priory, 95.
-, Bartholomew son of William at Cros a professed monk in Pipewell abbey, 261.
-, William Coteler made a monk in Rochester priory, 89.
-, Katharine daughter of the earl of Warwick a professed nun in Shouldham priory, 326 (pp. 307–8, 310).
-, Nicholas son of John de Lucham made a monk at West Dereham, 386.
-, ……. See also chantries; free chapel; friars.

Eels, rents of, 172, 459 bis.

English words:—
-, Average, 226 (p. 202 bis).
-, Barouncourt, 424 (p. 410).
-, Bedrep, 226 (p. 202 bis).
-, Benherth, benerth, 226 (p. 202 bis).
-, Bosage, a custom, 332 (p. 320).
-, Brennyngmale, brennyngmall, a rent, 125 (p. 98 bis).
-, Burgharde, a custom, 308 (p. 279).

Burghmale, a rent, 242 (p. 227).
-, Castelward, 173.
-, Chaundeler, 195, 197.
-, Coulewerkes, 406 (p. 395).
-, Couwayn, a custom, 322 (p. 298).
-, Coweyeld, a custom, 326 (p. 311).
-, Cukkoushot, a custom, 7 (p. 6).
-, Culle, a custom, 322 (p. 298).
-, Drofselver, a custom, 308 (p. 279).
-, Ekemale, a rent, 327 (p. 313).
-, Feusilver, feussilver, a rent, 205, 242 (p. 230).
-, Forland, 160 (p. 143).
-, Foryerdes, 348.
-, Gavelherth, gavelherthe, 226 (p. 202 bis).
-, Gavelrep, 226 (p. 202).
-, Godesselver, 43 (p. 37).
-, Hammes, 66.
-, Heichges, a custom, 126.
-, Keyepans, a rent, 424 (p. 411).
-, Knyghtencourt, Knyghtiscourt, 7 (p. 6), 406 (p. 395).
-, Kylne, 202 (p. 183).
-, Kylnhous, 202 (p. 184).
-, Landsergeant, 233 (p. 211), 374 (p. 358).
-, Landtolpeny, 133, 164.
-, Larderselver, a rent, 325 (p. 303).
-, Leche, 194.
-, Levesylver, 226 (p. 202).
-, Londgovel, londgowel, 128, 406 (p. 395).
-, Malardes, 397 (p. 381).
-, Maltsylver, 226 (p. 202).
-, Mouyngsylver, 226 (p. 202 bis).
-, Multircorn, a rent, 125 (p. 98).
-, Onzeld, a custom, 424 (p. 409).
-, Oters, 160 (p. 142).
-, Penyland, 459 ter.
-, Place silver, plassilver, a rent, 160 (p. 136), 242 (p. 231).
-, Portemaniscourt, 406 (p. 395).
-, Porthors, 388.
-, Portmonesmot, 397 (p. 381).
-, Quernshamis, 39.
-, Rentpenys, 240 (p. 220).
-, Romescot, a rent, 404 (p. 392).
-, Sokenecourt, 424 (p. 410).
-, Stalgarth, 240 (p. 220).
-, Stretegavel, 127 (p. 102).
-, Strikyngsilver, a rent, 424 (p. 411)
-, Tolcestre, a custom, 226 (p. 201).
-, Tolcorn, 173.
-, Travers, a custom, 160 (p. 133).
-, Turflad, turvelad, a rent, 125 (p. 98 bis).
-, Uplond, 217 (p. 193 bis).
-, Wafrer, 151.
-, Wardeschot, 7 (p. 5).
-, Warth silver, 146 (p. 120).
-, Waterbenes, 146 (p. 123).
-, Waytefee, waytefe, 224 bis, 332 (p. 320).
-, Wodegavel, 226 (p. 202).
-, Wodespeche, a custom, 332 (p. 322).
-, Wrongheryngsilver, a custom, 332 (p. 320).

Exchequer, the, accounts rendered at, 16, 21, 23, 25, 62, 80, 199.
-, ……, …., rents and farms of money payable at, 12 (p. 11), 58, 59, 65, 125 (p. 97), 126, 140, 150, 153, 206, 212, 220, 312, 338, 342, 355 (p. 344), 397 (p. 381), 425, 438.
-, ……, …., rent of a hound payable at, 366.
-, ……, …., office of usher of, 350 ter.
-, ……, …., offices of chamberlain and usher in, 326 (p. 306).
-, ……, …., Memoranda Roll of, 114.
-, ……, …., Receipt of, 350.
-, ……, …. See also under Carlisle.

Eyres of kings’ justices, offices of marshals, ushers, criers and. barrier-men in, 350.

F

Fairs. See:—

Abergavenny.

Alnwick.

Appleby.

Aveley.

Blythburgh.

Burgh by Aylsham.

Caerleon.

Cawston.

Chatham.

Clare.

Crediton.

Ewyas Lacy.

Eye.

Findon.

Haughley.

Kilham.

Orford.

Painscastle.

Shifnal.

Shoreham, Old.

Stamford Bridge.

Sutton Valence.

Swansea.

Usk.

Walsingham.

Wem.

Fees. See:

Cioches.

Clare.

Craon.

Gaunt.

Gloucester.

Leicester.

Lovetot.

Oyly.

Richmond.

Roos.
-, ……. See also Baronies; Honors.

Feoffment and delivery of seisin on death-bed, 7 (pp. 5, 6).

Ferries. See:—
-, Bramwith.
-, Derwent.
-, Kinardferry.
-, Swale.
-, Went.

Fisheries, 17 (pp. 18, 21), 43 (p. 38), 128 bis, 129, 140, 146 (p. 122), 173, 233 (pp. 210, 211), 252, 332 (pp. 320, 321), 354, 359 bis, 374 (p. 358), 397 (pp. 381, 383), 402 bis, 459.
-, ……. See:—
-, Alne.
-, Ancholme.
-, Avon.
-, Cherwell.
-, Coquet.
-, Derwent.
-, Ouse.
-, Severn.
-, Swale.
-, Tweed.
-, Tyne.
-, Ure.
-, Usk.
-, Went.
-, Wharfe.

Flood, of the Thames, 385.
-, ……, of the Trent, 397 (p. 383).

Forest dues, 205.

Forests, 326 (p. 311).
-, ……. See also:—
-, Allerdale.
-, Clune.
-, Colwyn.
-, Dartmoor.
-, Dean.
-, Dingley.
-, Galtres.
-, Inglewood.
-, Kilvey.
-, Lowes.
-, Morfe.
-, Rockingham.
-, Rothbury.
-, Sugar Loaf Mountain.
-, Whinfell.
-, Whittlewood.
-, Wolmer.
-, Wychwood.

Forfeiture:—
-, of John de Balliolo, king of Scotland, 147 (i).
-, of George Selman, 270 bis.

Forge, 202 (p. 184).

Frankpledge, views of, 66, 112, 139 (p. 115 bis), 160 (p. 135), 217 (pp. 193, 194), 326 (p. 309 ter), 335 (p. 327), 356, 397 (p. 385 bis), 455.

Free chapel. See:
-, Topcroft.

Friars, Carmelite. See Hulne; London.
-, …… Minors. See Bridgwater.
-, …… Preachers. See Dartford; Ilchester.

G

Gavelet, writ of, 275.

Gavelkind (gavilkyndos), 9 ter, 124, 146 (p. 124), 335 (pp. 327, 328), 404 (p. 392 bis), 405.

Gifts:—
-, a cup and ewer of silver given by a godfather at baptism, 96 (p. 77).
-, a tunic, given as a reward for announcing a birth, 176.
-, silk purses, given as reminders of a child’s age, 178.
-, an arrow, given as a reminder of a child’s age, 268.
-, three cartloads of oak, given as a reminder of a child’s age, 268.

H

Halmotes, 134, 242 (pp. 227, 228 bis, 230), 322 (p. 298), 332 (p. 322), 339.

Heir, concealment of, 7 (p. 7).

Hidage, 228 (p. 203 bis), 353.

Honors. See:
-, Aumale.
-, Berkhampstead.
-, Bolingbroke.
-, Boulogne.
-, Brittany.
-, Chester.
-, Christchurch.
-, Clare.
-, Cockermouth.
-, Dover.
-, Eye.
-, Gloucester.
-, Haughley.
-, Huntingdon.
-, Knaresborough.
-, Laigle.
-, Leicester.
-, Montgomery.
-, Peverel.
-, Pickering.
-, Pontefract.
-, Rayleigh.
-, Richmond.
-, Tickhill.
-, Trowbridge.
-, Tutbury.
-, Wallingford.
-, Winchester.

Hospitals. See:
-, Anstey.
-, Aynho.
-, Burton Lazars.
-, Carlisle.
-, Dover.
-, Lincoln.
-, London.
-, St. John of Jerusalem.
-, Skirbeck.
-, Well.
-, Wigton.
-, York.

Husgable, housegavel, 17 (p. 20), 52, 233 (p. 211), 242 (p. 222), 346 (p. 336), 374 (p. 358).

I

Idiots, 42, 147 (b), 147 (d), 271, 344, 399.

K

Knights’ fees, measured in terms of carucates, 160 (pp. 137–140).

L

Leets, 7 (p. 6 bis), 79, 81 (p. 60), 128 (4), 160 (pp. 133, 134), 171 (p. 152), 251, 325 (p. 302), 332 (pp. 318 passim, 319 (5), 320 ter), 402 (4), 406 (p. 395), 424 (pp. 409 ter, 410 (4), 411 bis), 460.

Leper hospital, 374 (p. 360).

Lordships. See:
-, Edlegan.
-, Libennith.
-, Panteg.
-, Repton.

M

Markets. See:—
-, Abergavenny.
-, Alnwick.
-, Attleborough.
-, Brailes.
-, Buckenham, New.
-, Caerleon.
-, Cawston.
-, Clare.
-, Ewyas Lacy.
-, Eye.
-, Findon.
-, Hallaton.
-, Haughley.
-, Melton Mowbray.
-, Odell.
-, Orford.
-, Shifnal.
-, Sutton Valence.
-, Thrapston.
-, Usk.
-, Walsingham.
-, Wem.
-, Winterton.
-, Wymondham.

Measures:—
-, 3 carucates containing 600a., 335 (p. 327).
-, 5 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (pp. 137 bis, 138).
-, 6 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 pp. 137 bis, 138).
-, 7 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (pp. 137, 138 bis, 139).
-, 7 1/2 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (p. 137 bis).
-, 8 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (p. 141).
-, 9 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (pp. 139, 140, 141).
-, 10 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (pp. 138 bis, 140).
-, 12 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (pp. 139 ter, 140 (5), 140 (6)).
-, 14 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (p. 140).
-, 15 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (pp. 136, 137 ter).
-, 18 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (p. 140 ter).
-, 20 carucates making a knight’s fee, 160 (pp. 139, 140, 141).
-, 1/2 virgate containing 13a., 129.
-, mitts of salt, 166 (p. 146).
-, skeps of oatmeal and malt, 17 (p. 20).
-, strikes of oats, 40 bis.

Measures, rent of, 233 (p. 210), 374 (pp. 356, 357).
-, Mills:—
-, corn mills, 17 (p. 18), 359.
-, fulling mills, 17 (pp. 18, 19, 20), 160 (p. 139 ter), 226 (pp. 201 ter, 202 bis), 233 (pp. 208, 209, 210, 211), 242 (pp. 223, 230), 313, 332 (p. 321 bis), 374 (pp. 356, 358, 361 bis), 424 (p. 410), 446.
-, horse mill, 226 (p. 201).
-, Mortmain, grants of lands and rents in, 30, 31, 32, 34, 35, 98, 100, 102, 103, 104, 105, 107, 109, 157, 175, 192, 193, 194, 195, 197, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 288, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 304, 305, 306, 307, 432, 449 (p. 425).

N

Names, unusual Christian:—
-, Bona, 282.
-, Goda, 280.
-, Roysia, 277.

O

Osier beds, 244.

Outlawry, 270 bis.

Ovens, common, 125 (p. 99), 160 (pp. 135, 139 ter), 169, 202 (pp. 181, 183, 184 bis), 214, 240 (p. 220 bis), 242 (p. 230), 397 (pp. 383, 384), 459.

P

Parks, 7 (p. 6 bis), 12 (pp. 10, 11, 13), 17 (p. 18), 29, 43 (p. 38), 63, 66, 81 (p. 60), 127 (p. 102), 128, 139 (p. 115), 140, 146 (p. 123 (4)), 160 (pp. 134, 136, 138), 169, 170, 171 (p. 151), 216, 217 (p. 194 (4)), 226 (pp. 200, 201 bis, 202), 228 (p. 204), 233 (pp. 209, 211), 240 (pp. 219, 220), 242 (pp. 223 (4), 227, 228, 230), 251, 252 bis, 262, 313 bis, 324, 325 (p. 302 bis), 326 (p. 309 (4)), 327 (p. 313), 332 (pp. 319 ter,321 bis, 322), 335 (p. 327), 354, 360, 374 (pp. 356, 358), 397 (pp. 381, 382, 385 bis, 386), 404 (p. 391 ter), 405, 412, 417, 420, 424 (pp. 410 (5), 411), 459.

Parliament, proof of age annulled in, 96 (pp. 77–79).

Pestilence, 121, 147 (a), 253, 256, 410.

Peter’s Pence, 308 (p. 279).

Piepowder, court of, 326 (p. 311).

Pilgrimages:—
-, to the Holy Land, 92, 261, 267.
-, to Santiago, 87, 88, 92, 93, 184, 185, 267, 376, 386.

Port, blocked up, 397 (p. 385).

Purprestures. See Assarts.

Puture of bailiffs and foresters, 134, 328, 339.

R

Registers, books used as:—
-, legenda, 266.
-, missals, 88 ter, 89, 95, 177, 183, 259, 261, 262 bis, 265, 266, 268, 269 bis, 375, 377, 378, 380, 383, 384, 390.
-, portas, 265, 388.
-, red portas, 382.
-, psalters, 88, 95, 268, 377, 378, 383, 384.
-, great white psalter, 86.
-, death registers (martilag’, martilegio), 259, 269.

S

Scutage, 68.

Sea, inundation of, 397 (p. 385).

Sea-coals, pit of, 326 (p. 311).

Sea-watch, 17 (pp. 19–20), 233 (pp. 212–213), 374 (pp. 359–360), 446.

Seal, the ‘griffon,’ 11, 21, 25.

Services:—
-, castleguard, 204, 205. See also under individual castles.
-, in the army, personal:
-, carrying a crossbow in the king’s wars (petty serjeanty), 49.
-, carrying a pennoncel before the footmen of the hundred of Wootton, co. Oxford (petty serjeanty), 309.
-, finding a tent for the king or carrying it in time of war (serjeanty), 171 (p. 152).
-, in the army, finding:
-, a man with a habergeon for forty days (grand serjeanty), 125 (p. 98).
-, an armed horseman for forty days in the king’s war, 129
-, a moiety of the cost of a hobeler when there is war in Scotland, until the said hobeler passes outside the bounds of the county of Hants (grand serjeanty), 137.
-, a man without a hood, a bow without a string, and a bolt without a head, in the war of Wales, 146 (p. 120).
-, a hobeler in the war in Scotland for forty days, 400.
-, the third part of an armed man with the king in Scotland for forty days (grand serjeanty), 443.
-, connected with the coronation:
-, keeping the napery (grand sergeanty), 146 (p. 122).
-, holding a basin and towel, 149.
-, finding a waferer, 151.
-, connected with forests:
-, keeping Cheslyn Hay and the bailiwick of High Cannock, 421.
-, giving the king three barbed arrows when he hunts in Dartmoor forest, 211.
-, keeping the bailiwick of Lee Bailey in the forest of Dean, 363, 423.
-, keeping the gaol of Galtres forest, 416.
-, keeping the king’s forest of Morfe, 319.
-, connected with hawks:
-, keeping a falcon of the king’s to mew, 43.
-, being the king’s falconer (serjeanty), 154.
-, finding a man to carry a heroner with the king for the whole season at the king’s cost, receiving &c., 169.
-, keeping an eyrie of hawks in the forest of Inglewood (sergeanty), 409 ter.
-, connected with hounds and hunting:
-, being the king’s huntsman to chace and destroy all vermin, to wit, wolves, foxes, cats &c. (grand serjeanty), 139 (p. 113).
-, finding running dogs to destroy wolves, foxes, cats and other vermin in various counties (serjeanty), 139 (p. 115).
-, keeping a greyhound of the king’s, 345.
-, rendering a hound yearly at the Exchequer, 366.
-, local:
-, Dover Castle, maintaining and repairing a moiety of a chapel and hall there, 404 (p. 392).
-, Montgomery Castle, finding a man on foot for fourteen days therein, when there is war in Wales, 411.
-, Woodstock Park, felling underwood there for the support of the deer when the ground is under snow for three days, 360.
-, …. …., reaping &c. the king’s meadow there called ‘Stauntonemed,’ 360.
-, miscellaneous:
-, making unum saltum, suffletum et pettum (serjeanty), 114.
-, holding the earl of Oxford’s horse-comb when he mounts his palfrey, 152.
-, collecting the rent of Sir Walter de Mauny’s hundred of Earsham, 225 (p. 199).
-, maintaining the king’s pound for that part of the hundred of Kineton called Houndesbur’, and housing the king’s bailiff of the said hundred for one night, 239.
-, carrying the king’s saddle from Mickleham to Rochester castle, 329.
-, raising the right hand every year at Christmas towards the king, wherever he may be in England, 355 (p. 344).
-, of the nature of quit rents:
-, an arrow, 125 (p. 98).
-, a barbed arrow, 318.
-, two barbed arrows, 459.
-, eight barbed arrows, 120.
-, a bow and six barbed arrows, 397 (p. 383).
-, 32qrs. of brewing barley, 397 (p. 383).
-, a caltrop, 171 (p. 152).
-, a capon, 124, 172.
-, a clove, 63, 138 196.
-, a cock, 318.
-, 1/2lb. cummin, 160 (p. 134), 171 (p. 152).
-, 2/3lb. cummin, 352 bis.
-, 1lb. cummin, 39, 43 (p. 38), 63 bis, 78, 125 (p. 98), 171 (p. 152), 225 (pp. 199, 200), 240 (p. 219), 335 (p. 327), 373, 400, 422.
-, 2lbs. cummin, 160 (p. 139).
-, three quarters of eels, 172.
-, thirty eggs, 318.
-, one hundred and eighty eggs, 125 (p. 98).
-, seven hundred and eighty eggs, 240 (p. 219).
-, two cartloads of faggots, 128.
-, a fox-skin, 459.
-, a bunch of ginger, 52.
-, a pair of gloves, 60, 166 (p. 146), 171 (p. 152), 240 (p. 219), 373.
-, a gold halfpenny, 326 (p. 312).
-, a goose, 318.
-, two hens, 318.
-, four hens, 226 (p. 202).
-, forty hens, 125 (p. 98).
-, forty-six hens, 240 (p. 219).
-, a thousand white herrings, 237.
-, 1/2lb. pepper, 226 (p. 202).
-, 2/3lb. pepper, 146 (p. 120).
-, 1lb. pepper, 39, 61, 69, 112, 125 (p. 99), 139 (p. 115), 140, 160 (pp. 134, 139), 170, 207, 225 (p. 198), 232, 233 (p. 210), 240 (p. 219), 248, 250, 422, 443.
-, 1 1/2lbs. pepper, 397 (p. 385).
-, a peppercorn, 217 (p. 194), 424 (p. 409).
-, a ploughshare, 245.
-, ploughshares, 226 (p. 202).
-, three ploughshares, 82, 160 (p. 134).
-, eleven ploughshares, 226 (p. 202).
-, a rose, 39 bis, 75 (p. 54), 112, 160 (p. 135), 166 (p. 145), 215, 217 (p. 194), 240 (pp. 219, 220), 248 bis, 297, 346 (p. 336), 355 (pp. 343, 345), 373.
-, two roses, 404 (p. 391).
-, a sparrowhawk, 29, 200 (pp. 175, 177), 228 (p. 204), 335 (p. 329), 355 (pp. 342, 344), 397 (p. 381).
-, an old sparrowhawk, 128.
-, a sore sparrowhawk, 17 (p. 18), 164, 217 (p. 194), 233 (p. 212), 355 (p. 342), 367, 374 (p. 359), 425, 443.
-, a pair of spurs, 9, 253.
-, a pair of gilt spurs, 17 (pp. 16, 18), 63, 113 bis, 125 (p. 98), 139 (p. 115), 146 (p. 121), 199, 225 (p. 200), 233 (p. 212), 237, 241, 252 bis, 342, 355 (p. 343), 374 (p. 359), 404 (p. 391), 426.
-, a pair of white spurs, 201, 324.
-, two pairs of spurs, one gilt and the other white, 397 (p. 383).
-, serjeanty, 139 (p. 115), 171 (p. 152), 326 (p. 305), 350, 421 bis, 427.
-, grand serjeanty, 13, 125 (p. 98), 137, 139 (p. 113), 146 (p. 122), 147 (b), 311, 391, 443.
-, petty serjeanty, 49, 120, 309, 351.
-, villein services (specified), 318, 355 (p. 343).

Sheriff’s aid, 17 (p. 16 bis), 82, 335 (p. 329), 397 (p. 385), 404 (p. 392).
-, Shielings, 242 (p. 230).
-, Statute merchant, 115, 166 (p. 146).
-, …… of Acton Burnell, 53.

T

Tourns, 240 (p. 220), 424 (pp. 409, 410).

Turbary, 160 (p. 133), 170.

V

Vaccaries, 160 (p. 139 bis).

Vines, 217 (p. 193).

Visitations of churches, 186, 187, 189.

W

Welsh words:—
-, Guaber, a custom, 326 (p. 311).
-, Kylfmayr, a custom, 326 (p. 311).

Wills of land, 31, 34, 164.
-, ……, proved in the husting of London, 35, 98, 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 107, 157, 175, 192, 193, 194, 195, 197, 234 (pp. 213, 214), 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 285, 286, 288, 289, 290, 291, 292, 293, 294, 304, 305, 306, 307, 429, 430, 432, 449 (pp. 424, 425).

Wine, carriage of, 459.

Writs:—
-, of gavelet, 275.
-, of mandamus, 125 (p. 98).
-, of waste, 397 (p. 382 bis).

Y

Year, day and waste, 270 bis.