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Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 15, Richard II. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1970.

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INDEX OF SUBJECTSABCDEFGHILMOPQRSTUVW

INDEX OF SUBJECTS

A

Accounts, auditors of, 894.
-, ……, churchwardens’, 660, 894.
-, ……, of collectors of aids, 1010.
-, ……, escheators’, 569, 808.
-, ……, …., particulars of, 294.

Agistments, 373, 381, 688, 701.

Alienations without licence, 78, 569, 598.
-, ……, pardoned, 506, 604, 606–7, 798, 800.

Alms, 941.

Altars, 159, 368, 372.
-, ……, construction of, 892.
-, ……, high, 779.

Amercements. See Fines and amercements.

Annuities. See Pensions.

Apprenticeship, 291.

Arrests, 569.

Assarts, 8, 193, 270, 366–7, 679, 774, 959, 979.

Assaults, 891.
-, ……, types of:
-, attempted beating, 160.
-, beating and wounding, 657.
-, blood shedding, 894.
-, brawling, 448–9, 660.

Assizes, of fresh force, 884.

Attorneys, appointments of, 1, 35, 51, 62, 81–2, 244, 305, 337, 401, 425–6, 435–6, 1017.

B

Banns, marriage, 659.

Baptisms, 76, 158–60, 447–52, 497 note, 597, 652–9, 663–5, 798–800, 888–94, 906, 957.

Baronies, 960. See also Index of Persons and Places under Alnwick; Alton; Beanley; Beauchamp; Bedford; Burford; Bywell; Caerleon; Cainhoe; Clare; Despenser; Dudley; Hunmanby; Liddel; Malpas; Mounfichet; Mulgrave; Nantwich; Norfolk; Roch; Rye; Styford; Tyllaghelargh; Verdon, Theobald; Wark.
-, ……, wasted, 738.
-, ……, worthless because totally wasted by the Scots, 443.
-, Cf. Honors; Liberties; Lordships.

Bastards, 41, 51–2, 69, 74, 597, 982.

Belfries, construction of, 447, 799.
-, ……, foundations of laid, 652–3.

Bequests, 70, 190, 299, 404, 409, 449, 652, 928.

Bishoprics, void and in king’s hand, 751.

Bonds, 291, 448, 892.

Books, 291, 301.
-, ……, of abbeys, making of canons entered in, 660.
-, ……, types of:
-, Book of Fees, 82.
-, missals, 291, 888.
-, …., bequests recorded in, 449.
-, …., births recorded in, 160, 663, 888–9, 891, 957.
-, …., bought, 652–3.
-, …., …., and given to churches, 892.
-, …., deaths recorded in, 889,
-, …., marriages recorded in, 656, 888.
-, …., stolen, 892.
-, portas, births recorded in, 656.
-, …., deaths recorded in, 891.
-, registers, death, of friars, deaths recorded in, 656.

Bread and ale, amends of, 423.

Bridges, 267, 297, 354, 372, 445, 944–5.

Burials, 76, 297, 449–50, 957.
-, ……, in chancels, 853.

C

Castles. See Index of Persons and Places under Alnwick; Arundel; Bamburgh; Bedford; Belvoir; Benefield; Bewcastle; Blaenllyfni; Bolingbroke; Bolsover; Bourne; Bramber; Brecon; Bridgwater; Bronllys; Builth; Bungay; Bytham, Castle; Caerleon; Cardiff; Carisbrooke; Chepstow; Chilham; Clare; Clifford; Cockermouth; Dinas; Dolforwyn; Dover; Dunster; Ewyas Lacy; Exeter; Eye; Eynsford; Folkingham; Fotheringhay; Framlingham; Greasley; Halton; Harbottle; Hastings; Hay; Hereford; Holdgate; Kilpeck; Knaresborough; Knockin; Knucklas; Lancaster; Launceston; London; Ludlow; Marlborough; Montgomery; Mulgrave; Narberth; Newcastle upon Tyne; Norwich; Oakham; Orford; Peak, High; Pembroke; Plympton Erle; Prudhoe; Radnor; Reigate; Richards Castle; Rochester; Rockingham; St. Briavels; Sheffield; Stockton in Craven; Tonbridge; Tonge; Totnes; Trerug; Trematon; Usk; Wallingford; Whittington; Wigmore; Winchester; Windsor; York.
-, ……, baileys of, 522.
-, ……, courts held at gates of, 92.
-, ……, inquisitions taken in, 212, 390, 437–8, 739, 816, 1005.
-, ……, in ruins, 87, 245, 726.
-, ……, towers of, 694, 990.
-, See also Peels.

Chamber, king’s, 731.

Chancels, burials in, 853.

Chancery, acknowledgements in, 932.
-, ……, dower assigned in, 981.
-, ……, files of, 327.
-, ……, fines made in, 981.
-, ……, pleas in, 15, 17, 62, 81–2, 248, 257, 884, 898, 1013, 1017.

Chantries. See Index of Persons and Places under Brunton; Burton Agnes; Latimer; Mere; Stamford; Sudbury.

Chapels. See Index of Persons and Places under Allerton; Ayshford; Campden; Earsham; Faxfleet; Kirby Bellars; Newcastle upon Tyne; St. Buryan; Sandhurst; Sawbridgeworth; Stambourne; Westbury; Woolley; Wymondley, Little.

Chases, 558, 563.
-, Cf. Groves; Hays; Parks; Warrens.

Churches, and advowsons of. See Index of Persons and Places, passim.
-, ……, baptisms in, q.v.
-, ……, births in, 452.
-, ……, doors of, 656.
-, ……, goods of, 660.
-, ……, presentations to, 7, 22.
-, ……, rededicated, 893.

Churchwardens, 660.

Churchyards, 14, 76, 145, 160, 449–50, 957.
-, ……, agreement to enclose, 892.

Clergy and religious. See Index of Persons and Places, passim.
-, ……, consecration of abbots, 519.
-, ……, elections of prioresses, 893.
-, ……, installation of abbesses, 423.

Closes (curtilages, enclosures), 41, 68, 115, 354, 381, 392, 397, 577, 607, 651, 708, 735, 879, 931, 970, 1019.

Clothing:
-, breeches, 460.
-, gloves, 232, 608, 647, 804.
-, …., white, 6.
-, robes, 522.
-, …., granted for good counsel, 966.
-, shirts, 460.
-, tunics, 663.

Coronation services. See Rents and services.

Cottagers (cottars), 285, 579.

Court of Rome, 299, 477.

Crosses, 445.

Curtilages. See Closes.

Customs, annuities granted out of, 145.

D

Deaneries. See Index of Persons and Places under St. Buryan.

Debts, 56.
-, ……, pleas of, q.v.

Dinners, 447, 659.
-, ……, coronation, 513.

Distraint, by hens, for arrears of service, 160.
-, ……, by oxen, 657.

Dovecotes, 63, 223, 352–4, 548, 880, 969, 1014.
-, ……, in ruins, 369.
-, ……, none on the seacoast, 34.

Dower, 26, 30, 35–6, 38, 54, 73, 92, 94–5, 111–2, 119, 121, 123, 131–2, 137, 194–5, 200, 226, 228, 241, 248, 286, 289, 294, 307–8, 316, 335, 340, 344, 379, 430, 438–42, 445, 455, 457, 499–502, 518, 532, 562–5, 576, 580, 585, 715, 766, 844, 850, 855–6, 865–6, 878, 903–4, 930, 951–2, 954, 967, 976, 981, 1007–9, 1025.
-, ……, assignment of, 13, 24–5, 59, 63, 68, 71–2, 79, 89–91, 101, 119, 121, 129, 139, 146, 178, 200, 246, 278, 305, 307, 323, 326, 332, 335, 352–4, 359–60, 373–4, 383, 387–9, 397, 412, 461, 489–91, 499–502, 512, 523, 564, 623, 688, 695, 707–8, 716–7, 734–5, 767, 786, 790–1, 793, 878–81, 963, 981, 1001–2, 1014.
-, ……, …., by agreement of carpenters and masons, 386.
-, ……, …., in Chancery, 246.

Drains. See Dykes.

Drowning, 297.
-, ……, in tanks, 665.

Dung, carriage of, 354.

Dykes, gutters, sewers and drains, 144, 310, 445.
-, ……, needing repair, 966.

E

Eels, caught and sold, 660.

Elections, of mayors, disputes concerning, 452.
-, ……, of prioresses, 893.
-, ……, of wardens of guilds, 449.

Engagements to marry, 451.

Exchequer, 5, 19, 37, 49, 71, 78, 116, 134, 183, 193, 234, 257, 314, 316, 319, 323, 606–7, 670, 692, 701, 711, 759, 784, 835, 915, 931, 970.
-, ……, memoranda of, 82.
-, ……, …., to be searched, 1010.
-, ……, …., and rolls of, 294.
-, ……, receipt of, 512.
-, ……, treasurer and barons of, 82, 258, 294, 739, 808, 1010.
-, ……, ushership of, 512.

Exchequer of Carlisle, 67, 141, 391, 443, 591, 972, 1003.

Exigent, 659.

F

Fairs, 83, 90, 245, 349, 392, 445, 522, 554–5, 558, 605–7, 610–1, 624, 658, 722, 782, 784, 817, 841, 843, 905.
-, ……, tolls of, 962.
-, Cf. Markets.

Fees, passim.
-, ……, Book of, 1010.
-, ……, of Mortain, 75, 168, 234, 350–1, 807, 941.

Felonies, 116, 248, 257–8.
-, ……, types of:
-, homicide, 248.
-, robbery, 248, 448, 450, 659, 894.

Ferries, 21, 25, 552, 560, 563, 579.

Fines, 55, 88, 104–5, 114, 123, 132, 141, 249, 321–2, 329, 344, 346–9, 365–7, 369, 372, 408, 416–8, 420, 422–4, 435, 457, 473–4, 476, 525, 540, 542, 545, 556, 560–1, 567, 606–7, 645, 708, 712, 742–3, 808, 815, 833, 847, 850, 865, 901, 912, 930, 961, 974–6, 981, 1013.
-, ……, feet of, search to be made in, 833.
-, ……, transcripts of, 51, 833, 847, 850.

Fines and amercements, 448–9, 660, 894, 952, 954.
-, ……, pardoned, 695.

Fires, 159, 333.

Fisheries, 38, 99, 101, 185, 234, 267, 354, 381–2, 392, 439, 441, 445, 484, 554–5, 558, 563, 565, 579, 585, 605–7, 610–1, 669, 721, 817, 958, 972, 993.
-, ……, destroyed by the Scots, 972.

Floods, 501.

Fonts, 76, 159, 654, 656, 658, 663, 889–90, 892–3.

Food. See Rents and services.

Forests, 82, 366, 796. See also Index of Persons and Places under Cannock; Cause; Chute; Clarendon; Dean; Deerfold; Exmoor; Grovely; Inglewood; Morfe; Savernake; Selwood; Sherwood; Whittlewood; Windsor; Wychwood.
-, Cf. Orchards; Parks; Woods.

Furze, 746.

G

Gardens, 52, 138, 170, 260, 275, 315, 319, 323, 333, 344, 352–4, 360, 369, 386, 548, 577, 597, 600–1, 627, 669, 688, 723, 735, 759, 780, 819, 839, 874, 878–9, 928, 931–2, 943–5, 1014.
-, Cf. Orchards.

Gates, 354, 380, 445, 928.
-, ……, of castles, 92.
-, ……, of manors, 353.
-, ……, of religious houses, 145, 445.
-, ……, of towns, 14.

Gilds. See Index of Persons and Places under Hinton.

Glebe, 623.

Godparents, 76, 158–60, 292, 297, 450–1, 654–9, 663–5, 892–3, 957.

Gold, 248.

Groves, 13, 439.
-, ……, alder, 605, 608.
-, Cf. Chases; Hays; Parks; Woods.

Gutters. See Dykes.

H

Halls, 337, 354, 688, 879, 969, 1014.
-, ……, guild, 299, 409, 884.
-, ……, town, 15.

Hays, 82. See also Index of Persons and Places under Teddesley.
-, Cf. Chases; Groves; Parks; Woods.

Hedges, 386.

Heralds, 889.
-, ……, of arms, 543.

Honors. See Index of Persons and Places under Aumale; Barnstaple; Bedford; Berkhamsted; Boulogne; Brecknock; Carisbrooke, castle; Castle Acre; Chester; Clare; Cockermouth; Dover; Dunstanvill; Eagle; Eye; Folkingham; Gloucester; Haughley; Hereford; Hook Norton; Huntingdon; Launceston; Leeds; Leicester; Montgomery; Okehampton; Peak, High; Peverel; Pontefract; Radnor; Rayleigh; Reigate; Richmond; Rockingham; St. Valery; Tickhill; Tutbury; Wallingford; Wigmore; Winchester.
-, Cf. Baronies; Liberties; Lordships.

Household articles:
-, basins, 159.
-, carpets, 301.
-, cups, gilt, 897–8.
-, lavers, silver, 159.
-, mazers, 295.
-, needles, 435.
-, towels, 159.

Houses (messuages) and other buildings, passim.
-, ……, burnt, 170, 799.
-, ……, construction of, 160, 652–3, 657, 664–5.
-, ……, easements of, 522.
-, ……, for showing wools, 386.
-, ……, reed-roofed, 386.
-, ……, ruinous, 966.
-, ……, waste, 949.
-, ……, with bays, 354.
-, ……, types of:
-, barns, 354, 879.
-, brewhouses, 190, 972.
-, carthouses, 292.
-, cottages, 14–15, 58, 115, 142, 145, 170, 196, 208, 223, 260, 270, 289, 294, 368, 372, 412, 436–7, 458, 505, 683, 708, 735, 767, 812, 852, 932, 943, 945, 949, 970, 1005, 1021.
-, cowhouses, 879, 1014.
-, granges, 38, 145, 767, 879.
-, inns, 170, 208, 299, 333, 386, 613, 927.
-, …., collapsed and unrepaired, 208.
-, …., destroyed by fire, 333.
-, lodges, 551.
-, manor houses, 489.
-, mansions, 263.
-, outhouses, 489–90.
-, oxhouses, 145, 649.
-, shops, 41, 56, 61, 118, 190, 260, 263, 315, 368, 380, 596, 599–601, 633, 723, 730, 781, 839, 884, 943–5.
-, stables, 208, 292, 352–3.
-, …., ruinous, blown down in storms, 656.
-, to-falls, 386.
-, wool-houses, 386.
-, ……, parts of:
-, cellars, 56, 263, 380, 723.
-, chambers, 56, 352, 354, 735, 879.
-, kitchens, 969.
-, solars, 52, 56, 263, 380, 599–600.
-, See also Dovecotes; Halls.

I

Idiots, 115, 133, 138, 163–4, 167, 255, 290.
-, ……, suspected, 909.

Images of the Virgin Mary, bought, 652–3.

Induction and institution, to rectories, 656.

Infirmity, 226.

Injuries:
-, arms, broken, 293, 450, 656, 660.
-, …., cut, 450.
-, …., pierced, 665.
-, backs, broken, 297.
-, blood, shed, 894.
-, heads, broken almost to brains, 656.
-, legs, broken, 159, 449–50, 665, 893.
-, …., pierced with arrows, 160.

Inquisitions, passim.
-, ……, falsely procured, 884.

Jurors, withdrawal of, making extents impossible, 537.

L

Land, passim.
-, ……, barren, 298, 414, 730.
-, ……, enclosed, 627.
-, ……, flooded, 161, 222, 445.
-, ……, …., by the sea, 94, 219, 952.
-, ……, glebe, 773.
-, ……, hilly, 27, 161.
-, ……, sandy, 649.
-, ……, uncultivated, 27, 162, 212, 508, 649, 925.
-, ……, …., through lack of servants and floods, 501.
-, ……, waste, 42, 45, 61, 90, 142, 212, 345.
-, ……, wasted by pestilence, 289.
-, ……, wasted by the Scots, 289, 437, 972.
-, ……, wasted by the sea, 479.
-, ……, waterlogged, 111.
-, ……, types of:
-, arable, 9, 12, 35, 38, 45, 89, 109, 112, 151, 161, 193, 205, 252–3, 272, 288, 302, 316, 323, 364, 369–71, 374, 383, 411, 442, 467, 469, 531, 538, 549, 555, 597, 635, 650, 680, 688, 717, 719, 735, 741, 747, 772, 774, 829, 905, 951, 982.
-, fields, 13, 63, 162, 264, 291, 305, 352–4, 359–60, 387, 449, 461, 523, 735, 830, 879, 963, 969, 1002, 1016.
-, grazing, 433, 624, 640, 843.
-, heath, 83, 538.
-, marsh, 23, 94, 111, 119, 219, 369, 435, 445, 454, 545, 550, 608–9, 651, 887, 966, 976.
-, …., salt, 952.
-, meadow, passim.
-, …., fresh, 273.
-, …., salt, 273.
-, moor, 45, 880, 969–70.
-, …., waste, 597.
-, pasture, passim.
-, …., common, 345.
-, …., enclosed, 83.
-, See also Chases; Closes; Forests; Gardens; Groves; Hays; Orchards; Parks; Warrens; Woods.

Law courts, pleas and perquisites of, passim.
-, ……, suit of. See Rents and services.
-, ……, types of:
-, baron, 606.
-, city, 944.
-, Common Pleas (Common Bench). See references under Fines.
-, …., offices of ushers and criers in, 512.
-, county, 58, 181, 225, 257–8, 361, 443, 537, 659.
-, eyres of justices itinerant, offices of marshals, ushers, criers and barrier-men in, 512.
-, of the gates of castles, 92.
-, hallmotes, 565.
-, honorial, 94, 406, 776, 782, 930.
-, …., great, 555.
-, hundred, 26, 110, 188, 238, 455, 498, 557, 565, 740, 820.
-, …., secret, 92.
-, hustings, of common pleas, 190, 404, 884, 928.
-, …., of pleas of land, 52, 404.
-, King’s Bench, 248.
-, leets, 33, 60, 125–6, 545, 554–5, 603–11, 624, 648, 817, 828–9, 896, 906, 1008.
-, manorial, passim.
-, of ‘redlevett’, 495.
-, of sokes, 606.
-, tourns, 180, 225, 371, 405, 603, 606–7, 610–1, 949.
-, …., great, 449.
-, view of frankpledge, 71–2, 178, 285, 318, 330, 338, 369, 397, 493, 534–7, 545, 557, 740, 773, 778, 784, 841, 952, 954, 958, 960, 1010.
-, wapentake, 340, 577.
-, See also Chancery; Exchequer; Parliament.

Letters, 455, 608.

Liberties. See Index of Persons and Places under Holderness; Peterborough, abbot of.
-, Cf. Baronies; Honors; Lordships.

Lights, candles, 656, 888.
-, ……, wax, 779.

Livestock, 445.
-, ……, pasturing and watering of, 354.
-, ……, types of:
-, braches, 648.
-, brachet hounds, 522.
-, bucks, 551.
-, capons and cocks. See Rents and services.
-, cows, red, 449.
-, deer, 5, 12, 234, 349, 366, 381, 545–6, 555, 557–8, 563, 604–7, 610–1, 624, 782, 784, 817, 972.
-, foals, black, 449.
-, fowl, 445.
-, game, 27.
-, goshawks, 714.
-, …., sore, 912–3.
-, greyhounds, 522.
-, hens, 160. See also Rents and services.
-, horses, 159, 208, 231, 248, 445, 448, 450, 519, 522, 659, 665, 820, 893.
-, …., barded, 492.
-, …., bay, 656.
-, …., best, 334.
-, …., falls from 447.
-, …., sumpter, 551.
-, kennets, 843.
-, lambs, 451.
-, oxen, 231, 248, 657, 879.
-, partridges, 610–1.
-, pheasants, 610–1.
-, pigs, 301.
-, rabbits, 610–1, 649.
-, sheep, 120.
-, sparrowhawks. See Rents and services.
-, swine, 551.
-, venison, 1025.

Looms, weavers’, 555.

Lordships. See Index of Persons and Places under Alnwick; Blaenllyfni; Bleddfa; Broughton; Builth; Caerleon; Cantref Selyf; Carisbrooke, castle; Cause; Cedewain; Clifford; Cymwd Deuddwr; Dinas; Edlogan; Ewyas Lacy; Gwerthrynion; Knucklas; Kyme; Lebenith; Llanmaes; Montgomery; Narberth; Norton; Pembroke; Peterborough, abbot of; Presteigne; Radnor; Richards Castle; Towcester; Tregrug; Trelech; Usk; Whittington; Wigmore; Wonastow; Wrinstone.
-, Cf. Baronies; Honors; Liberties.

Lovedays, 76, 158, 451.

Lunacy, suspected, 895.

M

Manors. See Index of Persons and Places, passim.
-, ……, wasted by the king’s deer, 366.
-, ……, wasted by the Irish, 74.
-, ……, wasted by pestilence, 405.
-, ……, wasted by the Scots, 181, 405, 972, 1003.

Market places, 208, 605.

Markets, 83, 90, 245, 349, 392, 445, 470, 554–5, 558, 605–11, 782, 784, 817, 841, 843, 862, 905.
-, ……, decayed, 579.
-, ……, discontinued, 609.
-, ……, tolls of, 962, 966.

Marriage portions, 159.

Marriages, passim.
-, ……, recorded. See under Books.
-, ……, sold, 100, 121.
-, ……, without the king’s licence, 669, 695, 730, 834.
-, See also Banns; Engagements.

Masses, 76.

Mills, 51, 78, 163-4, 281, 437, 523–4, 558, 773, 879, 930, 953–4, 1026.
-, ……, fulling, 223, 441, 444, 555, 558, 607, 745, 784.
-, ……, …., ruinous, 373.
-, ……, services of, 773.
-, ……, water, 58, 83, 90, 99, 192, 289, 300, 354, 437, 459, 522–3, 538, 540, 560, 565, 607, 611, 636, 649, 661–2, 669, 730, 747, 784, 841, 852, 863, 886–7, 917–9, 949–50, 972, 1005.
-, ……, …., destroyed by the Scots, 972.
-, ……, …., ruinous, 373, 784.
-, ……, …., two under one roof, 838.
-, ……, wind, 245, 412, 577, 808, 970.
-, ……, …., ruinous, 579.

Money, 448.

O

Occupations:
-, barber, 927.
-, butcher, 404, 928.
-, carpenter, 386, 409.
-, …., king’s, 14–15.
-, chamber-woman, 522.
-, courier, 404.
-, draper, 190, 226, 404, 990.
-, dyer, 315.
-, falconer, 397.
-, forester, 436.
-, girdler, 404.
-, grocer, 517.
-, groom, 522.
-, laundress, 522.
-, leech, 656.
-, mariner, 113.
-, mason, 386.
-, master and maker of the king’s guns, 208.
-, merchant, 170, 392, 928.
-, …., of the staple of wools, 170.
-, nurse, 656, 659, 663.
-, painter, 404.
-, plumber, 297.
-, saddler, 291.
-, servant, 66, 291, 450, 660, 663.
-, skinner, 190.
-, spicer, 409.
-, stockfishmonger, 409.
-, tailor, 165, 328.
-, tanner, 404.
-, warrener, 966.
-, whittawer, 315.
-, woolmonger, 928.

Officials. See Index of Persons and Places, passim.
-, ……, elections of mayors, disputes concerning, 452.
-, ……, elections of wardens of gilds, 449.

Orchards, 354.
-, ……, none on the sea-coast, 34.
-, Cf. Gardens; Parks; Woods.

Ordinances, contravened, 350.

Originalia, 82.

Outlawries, 102, 116, 248, 257–8, 361, 402, 712, 885.
-, ……, revoked, 102.

Ovens, common, 285, 782, 784, 931.

P

Pannage, 551, 701.

Pardons, 366, 506, 604, 606–7, 695, 798, 800, 981.

Parks, 5, 12, 83, 90, 124–6, 184–5, 234, 265, 349, 381, 397, 441, 519, 545–6, 551, 555, 557–8, 560, 565, 604–11, 622, 640, 649, 782, 784, 803, 817, 842–3, 938, 951, 961, 965, 971–2.
-, ……, broken down, 624.
-, ……, enclosed, 611.
-, ……, palings of, 551.
-, ……, unenclosed, 26, 444.
-, ……, without deer, 744.
-, Cf. Chases; Groves; Hays; Orchards; Warrens; Woods.

Parliament, convictions in, 910, 917–8.

Partitions of lands, 7, 242, 247, 272, 473, 816, 1026–7.

Peat, 522.

Peels, in ruins, 381.
-, See also Castles.

Pensions (annuities), 891, 916.
-, ……, granted out of customs, 145.

Petitions, 17, 62, 71, 149, 248, 254, 257, 295, 345 note, 350, 424, 471, 518, 652, 798, 800, 884, 893, 898, 906, 994, 1017.

Pilgrimages, to Canterbury, 450–2, 891.
-, ……, to the Holy Land, 159, 477, 894.
-, ……, to Jerusalem, 664.
-, ……, to the Roman court, 893.
-, ……, to Santiago, 449, 659, 664–5.

Pilgrims, 654.

Pinfolds, 879.

Plague (pestilence), 70, 289, 405, 500–1.

Pleas, of account, 402.
-, ……, of debt, 361, 659, 712.
-, ……, of trespass and contempt, 102.

Ponds, fish, 478.
-, ……, mill, 607.
-, ……, sluices of, 607.
-, ……, stews, 7, 607.

Pounds, 1014.

Prebends. See Index of Persons and Places under Finsbury; St. Buryan.
-, ……, diaconal, 726.

Primer seisin, 168.

Proofs of age, 76, 158–60, 291–3, 297, 350, 447–52, 497 note, 652–60, 663–5, 888–94, 906, 957.

Purprestures, 405, 972.

Q

Quarries, 260, 354, 879.
-, ……, stone, 322.

Quays, 315.
-, ……, waste, 624.

R

Recoveries, 975.

Religious houses, and advowsons thereof. See Index of Persons and Places, passim.
-, ……, alien, 134, 834.
-, ……, births in, 889.
-, ……, founders of, 190.

Religious orders:
-, Friars, Austin, 134.
-, …., Carmelite, 170.
-, …., Minors, 145, 299.
-, …., Preachers, 145.
-, Sempringham, 969.
-, Templars, 491.

Rents and services, acquittals of, 225, 455.
-, ……, defaults of, 208, 333.
-, ……, in arrears, 160, 456, 657.
-, ……, payment for performing, 310, 897–8.
-, ……, pigs given for performing, 301.
-, ……, types of:
-, aids, of bondmen, 285.
-, …., reasonable, 484.
-, …., sheriffs’, 196, 323, 473, 814.
-, arrows, 12, 608, 806.
-, …., barbed, 774.
-, …., …., when the king hunts in Exmoor forest, 355, 499.
-, …., without feathers, and a bow, 806.
-, at the king’s coronation, challenging anyone to oppose the king’s right, 334.
-, …., making and serving wafers, 513, 515.
-, …, serving the king with a gilt cup, the cup being his fee, 897–8.
-, attending musters with a bow and a bolt, 92.
-, bearing a mazer before the king when he comes to the house, 295.
-, bearing a white rod in the king’s presence on Christmas Day, 222.
-, ‘bisage’, 554.
-, blanch farm, 302, 985.
-, braches, 648.
-, capons, 370–1, 768, 978–9.
-, carrying services, 51, 608.
-, …., carrying a book and a carpet in the forest, 301.
-, …., carrying letters, 455, 608.
-, castle-guard, 22–3, 51, 58, 126, 142, 168, 180–1, 213, 218, 245, 278, 318, 419, 459, 468, 495, 546, 549–50, 552, 578, 610, 622, 626, 666–7, 748, 860, 898, 921, 1005.
-, catching venison, 1025.
-, cheese, 51, 131.
-, cloves, 246, 251, 611, 1018.
-, …., at coronations, 719.
-, cocks, 245, 372, 728, 922.
-, collars, 434.
-, collecting rent of hundreds, 498.
-, contributing to tourns, 225, 405.
-, cornage, 32, 59, 67, 141–2, 181, 213, 271, 278, 302, 377, 391, 405, 411, 419, 443–4, 533, 591, 972, 1003.
-, cummin, 1, 21, 32, 111, 134, 142, 303, 305, 371, 391, 434, 638, 735, 773, 804–5, 953, 1013, 1025.
-, eggs, 21, 23, 51, 231, 245, 531.
-, enclosing 2 yards of a park yearly, 519.
-, farms, passim.
-, …., sheriffs’, 323.
-, fealty, 4, 11–12, 20–3, 32, 78, 82, 103, 118, 126, 131, 136, 150–1, 160, 180, 197–8, 218, 231, 233, 245, 248, 265–6, 268, 271, 288, 301, 303, 323, 340, 345, 364, 381, 391, 406, 408, 411, 443–5, 459, 469, 499, 518, 526, 529, 548, 550, 572, 577, 662, 665, 722, 726, 728, 794–5, 801–2, 812, 854–5, 921–2, 933, 936, 951–4, 971–2, 975.
-, feeding the king’s bailiff when he holds the king’s tourn, 225.
-, ‘fylestene’, 126.
-, gavelpenny, 433.
-, gildage of merchants called gild-silver, 392.
-, ‘hadgone’, 624.
-, haybote, 458, 939, 949.
-, gloves, 232, 608, 647, 804.
-, …., white, 6.
-, goshawks, keeping of, 714.
-, …., sore, 912–3.
-, head-money, 63.
-, hens, 12, 21, 23, 231, 245, 372, 498, 728, 922.
-, heriots, 12, 303, 466, 708.
-, herrings, red, 555.
-, hidage, 406, 455, 584, 993.
-, …., sheriffs’, 196.
-, holding the abbot’s stirrup when he mounts his horse on the day of his consecration, 519.
-, holding manorial courts, 424.
-, holding offices, of domestic steward of the house of Shaftesbury for arranging the same on the day of the installation of every abbess, 423.
-, …., of king’s falconer, 397.
-, ……, of king’s forester, tithingman, constable of the peace and beadle, 771.
-, ……, of tithingman of the frankpledge, 773.
-, …., of usher of the king’s chamber, 731.
-, homage, 13, 20, 23, 32, 79, 82, 126, 131, 136, 160, 168, 180, 197–8, 218, 245, 248, 266, 268, 271, 288, 301, 303, 340, 345, 364, 381, 391, 406, 408, 411, 443–5, 459, 469, 526, 547, 551–2, 572, 657, 664, 672, 726, 784, 801, 841, 921, 932, 936, 939, 951–4, 971–2.
-, horseshoes, 611, 843.
-, housebote, 458, 939, 949.
-, house gavel (house gable), 301, 1003.
-, hunting silver, 817.
-, keeping forests and hays, 270, 907.
-, kennets, 843.
-, key pence, 607, 611.
-, ‘kychwyr’, 833.
-, land gavel, 723.
-, land-toll pennies, 943–4.
-, lark silver, 535.
-, leading men for war in Wales, 310.
-, malt silver, 611.
-, mills, services of, 773.
-, money, passim.
-, …., for the king’s purprestures, 405.
-, mortuary fees, red cows, 449.
-, needles, 435.
-, palfrey silver, 584.
-, pepper, 21, 58, 119, 142, 162, 192, 199, 289, 298, 301, 329, 362, 391, 435, 437, 498, 516, 520, 538, 587–8, 672, 691, 713, 830, 953, 970, 1004.
-, peppercorns, 302, 691, 746.
-, poundage, from beasts in marshes, 445.
-, providing an archer in a tower of York castle for 1 day in time of war, 694.
-, providing an armed man for 12 days riding when there is war in Wales, 329.
-, providing a crossbowman in a tower of York castle for 40 days in time of war, 990.
-, providing a hobeler when the king goes to Scotland, 228.
-, providing a horse and a bag, with a man to carry the king’s victuals in his service for 40 days when he makes an expedition of war to Wales, 820.
-, providing a horseman in the king’s army with hauberk, iron cap and barded horse, 492.
-, providing 2 horsemen at Montgomery for 40 days when there is war in Wales, 726.
-, providing huers for hunting at Dudley, 270.
-, providing a hundred bailiff to serve the king, 753.
-, providing a man with bare feet, clothed with a shirt and breeches and having in one hand a bow without a cord and in the other a bolt without feathers, in the king’s army in Scotland, 460.
-, providing a man with a bow and arrows and another with a lance in the army of Wales for 40 days in time of war, 726.
-, providing a man on foot with a bow and 3 arrows when the king goes to Wales in time of war, to stay with the king until he has discharged his arrows against the king’s enemies, 329.
-, providing 2 men on foot for 1 day in the army of Wales in time of war, 726.
-, providing a man riding with the king when there is war in Wales, 300.
-, providing a wax light burning continually, day and night, before the high altar of the cathedral church of St. Mary, Salisbury, 779.
-, reliefs, 12, 75, 168, 268, 484.
-, …., the king deprived of, 885.
-, rents of assize, passim.
-, roses, 6, 142, 211, 254, 289, 301, 397, 402, 424, 437, 456, 622, 705, 711, 715, 746, 756, 774, 805, 838, 914, 931, 966, 972.
-, …., on request, 302, 577.
-, …., red, 112, 264.
-, salt, 42, 183, 435.
-, scot, church, wheat for, 336.
-, …., sheriffs’, 546.
-, scutage, 20, 74, 604, 606, 738.
-, …., exemption from, 288.
-, sending a gammon of bacon on a lance for the earl of Arundel’s use on his way to war, 575.
-, serving the king in his spence, 725.
-, serving overseas, 340.
-, shire gavel, 817.
-, shire silver, 484.
-, skirrets, 610.
-, socage of Carlisle, 141.
-, sparrowhawks, 6, 40, 83, 90, 154, 397, 726, 735–7, 783, 868, 875, 991, 1010.
-, …., sore, 215, 488, 731, 859, 865.
-, spurs, 64, 266, 502.
-, …., gilt, 23, 245, 319, 391, 434, 453, 607, 609, 611, 637, 645–6, 687, 776, 837, 915, 917–8.
-, stick silver, 607, 611.
-, suit of court, 4, 10, 12, 21–3, 32, 51, 58, 62, 77, 92, 94, 103, 110, 116, 131, 162, 178, 181, 188, 196, 213, 218, 225, 229, 231, 233, 238, 245, 265, 278, 286, 295, 301, 303, 308, 362, 366, 368–72, 375, 406, 419, 435, 443, 455, 458–9, 467–9, 495, 498, 518, 534, 538, 548, 550, 572, 577, 627–9, 638, 641, 680, 710, 719, 726, 728, 731, 740, 753, 768, 771, 773, 776, 782, 820, 830, 841, 854–5, 909, 922, 930, 932, 936–7, 949, 951, 996, 1016.
-, ‘surfice’, 546.
-, tallage, common, 607, 611.
-, tasting the king’s wine when he stays in Whittlewood forest, 458, 949.
-, terrage, 115.
-, tithes, of lambs, 451.
-, …., of wools, 158.
-, tolls, 558, 961, 972.
-, …., of boroughs, 556.
-, …., of fairs, 962.
-, …., of markets, 962, 966.
-, …., of waters, 966.
-, tolsester, 560.
-, wait-fee, 554.
-, wall gavel, 19.
-, wardsilver, 584–5, 643, 760.
-, watch and ward, 14, 170, 208, 333, 378, 386.
-, wax, 435.
-, way-leave, 445.
-, wood-speech, 558.
-, works, 193, 688.
-, …., boon, in autumn, 318, 383.
-, …., reaping crops in autumn, 314.
-, …., summer, 635.
-, ‘wrongsheryngsylver’, 554.

Rivers, 297. See also Index of Persons and Places under Ancholme; Bourne Eau; Colne; Derwent; Eden; Humber; Mease; Medway; Severn; Soar; Tame; Tees; Tern; Thames; Trent; Usk; Welland; Wye.
-, See also Streams.

S

Salterns, 64.

Seals, of Calais, 333.
-, ……, of escheators, 400.
-, …., Great, of Ireland, 350.

Sewers. See Dykes.

Sheepfolds, constructed of 8 posts, 893.

Sheepwalks, 984.

Silver, 248.

Spence, the king’s, 725.

Stalls, 555.

Statutes merchant, 82, 813.

Staves, episcopal, 159.

Storms, wind, 656.

Streams, 441, 605. See also Rivers.

Streets (lanes, etc.), 14, 70, 145, 170, 190, 208, 263, 299, 315, 333, 380, 386, 404, 445, 517, 601, 688, 708, 781, 927–8, 944.

T

Tanks, 665.

Tenter-grounds, 260.

Tenures:
-, ancient demesne of the crown, 109, 162, 193, 366–7, 543, 703, 721–2, 771, 830.
-, barony, 487, 558–61, 565, 586, 733, 961, 972.
-, bondage, 283.
-, burgage, 92, 142, 327, 329, 381, 433, 577, 726, 970.
-, …., free, 52, 56, 61, 113, 145, 190, 263, 315, 380, 404, 409, 436, 455, 469, 517, 592, 599–600, 624, 633, 781, 839, 884, 927–8, 951.
-, courtesy of England, 37, 219, 246, 257, 269, 287, 310, 446, 496, 545–6, 551, 554–5, 557–9, 599, 602, 605, 608–9, 616–9, 624, 801, 807, 884, 976.
-, customary (at will), 22, 321, 366–7, 372, 375, 431, 543.
-, dower, q.v.
-, farm, fee simple and fee tail, passim.
-, frankalmoin, 435.
-, gavelkind, 12–13, 21–3, 25, 37, 131, 218, 231, 245, 548–9, 551, 728, 853–4, 922, 924.
-, knight’s service and life, passim.
-, right of conquest, 333.
-, right of wives, passim.
-, serjeanty, 222, 310, 392, 397, 458, 731, 735, 897, 907, 949.
-, …., grand, 166, 181, 228, 270, 301, 334, 512, 692, 898, 903.
-, …., petty, 183, 418, 694, 774, 966, 1015.
-, socage, 9, 78, 92, 110, 147, 149, 196, 289, 327, 368, 434–7, 498, 577, 723, 737, 746, 869, 966, 979.
-, …., free, 33, 351, 355, 358, 394, 499, 502, 628–9, 662, 753, 877.
-, terms of years, passim.
-, wardship, q.v.
-, at will. See customary.

Testaments. See Wills.

Treason, adherence to the French, 994.
-, ……, adherence to the Scots, 248.

Treasury, records in, 833.

Trees, 450.
-, ……, felled, 16, 226.
-, ……, types of:
-, lentisks, 579.
-, oak, 16.

Turbaries, 222, 522, 880.

U

Underwood, 316, 440, 597, 607.

V

Vaccaries, 391, 1021.

W

Walls, sea, needing repair, 966.
-, ……, …., repair of, 545.
-, ……, stone, 386.
-, ……, town, 170.

Wardship, passim.
-, ……, concealed, 1016.

Warrens, 610–1, 649.
-, ……, rabbit, 330.
-, Cf. Chases; Hays; Parks.

Wars, 575, 694, 990.
-, ……, in Scotland, 460.
-, ……, in Wales, 300, 310, 329, 726, 820.
-, ……, with France, 134, 288, 834.

Weapons and armour:
-, arrows, 12, 160, 329, 355, 499, 608, 665, 726, 806.
-, …., barbed, 499, 774.
-, …., without feathers, 806.
-, bolts, 92.
-, …., without feathers, 460.
-, bows, 92, 329, 726, 806.
-, …., without cords, 460.
-, caps, iron, 492.
-, hauberks, 492.
-, knives, 450, 891.
-, lances, 575, 726.
-, spurs, 64, 266, 502.
-, …., gilt, 23, 245, 319, 391, 434, 453, 607, 609, 611, 637, 645–6, 687, 776, 837, 915, 917–8.
-, swords, 449.

Weights and measures, selected:
-, acres, 24 = 1 husband-land, 271, 411–2.
-, …., 25 = 1 husband-land, 58.
-, …., Cornish, 880.
-, carucates, 7 = 1 knight’s fee, 491.
-, pounds, small, 51.

Weirs, 558, 719.

Wharves, 517.

Wills (testaments), 70, 190, 299, 409, 658, 998.
-, ……, proved, proclaimed and enrolled, 404, 884, 928.

Wine, 458, 657, 949.

Woods, passim.
-, ……, cut to the ground, 487.
-, Cf. Chases; Forests; Groves; Hays; Orchards; Parks.

Wool, 151, 448.
-, ……, weighing of, 15.

Writs:
-, certiorari, 171, 254.
-, certiorari de feodis, etc., 83, 127–8, 166–7, 169, 614, 616, 618, 785, 787–8, 790–1, 816.
-, certiorari super causa capcionis, 17, 30.
-, certiorari super vero valore feodorum, etc., 172, 174–5, 177, 324–5, 385, 491, 503.
-, cui in vita, 975.
-, dedimus potestatem, 35, 82, 401.
-, devenerunt, 50, 103, 108, 110–2, 148, 278, 289, 306, 345, 464, 472–3, 482–3, 498–501, 524, 667, 691–2, 730, 748–9, 751–2, 796, 819–21, 823, 825–6, 828, 830–1, 845–7, 861–4, 867, 872–3, 977, 983, 1004–5, 1011, 1022–5.
-, diem clausit extremum, passim.
-, de dote assignanda, passim.
-, mandamus, 14, 19, 31–2, 37, 41, 46, 48, 55–6, 62, 64, 80–1, 93, 107, 114, 117, 121, 147, 152, 170, 190, 208–9, 218–9, 243, 257, 261, 267–9, 272, 295, 304, 307, 316–8, 328, 333, 363, 402, 404, 406, 427, 437, 455, 465, 475, 479, 496–7, 505–7, 519–20, 525, 571–5, 597–8, 670, 682, 684, 686, 693–4, 761–5, 770–1, 794, 811–3, 833, 844, 853, 856–7, 874–5.
-, de melius inquirendo, 743.
-, plenius certiorari, 29, 227, 280, 296, 895, 898, 989, 1012, 1018, 1020.
-, plura, 201, 205–7, 327, 367, 371, 436, 458, 516, 621, 672, 705, 718, 732, 737, 750, 859–60, 902, 914, 920, 922, 940, 949.
-, precipimus, 165, 946–8, 951–6, 964, 976, 979, 982, 1019.
-, scire facias, 62, 81–2, 457.
-, sicut alias, 36, 179, 184–5, 333, 356, 398, 407, 421–2, 601, 603, 612, 629, 911.