Index of Subjects

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 16, Richard II. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1974.

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'Index of Subjects', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 16, Richard II, (London, 1974) pp. 604-607. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol16/pp604-607 [accessed 29 February 2024]

Index of Subjects INDEX OF SUBJECTS A Assarts, 176, 247, 402, 521, 710 Assize of novel disseisin, 248 Assizes, special, at Gloucester, 55 B Baronies. See Index of Persons and Places under Alnwick; Balliol; Bardolf; Barnstaple; Beanley; Bedford; Bothal; Burford; Cainhoe; Dean, West; Dudley; Fitzwalter; Gilsland; Greystoke; Hastings; Leybourne; Montchensy; Odell; Ovingham; Pembroke; Redbourne; Shelford; Stafford; Stansted Mountfitchet; Tattershall; Valoines Books, types of: missals, 74, 80, 107, 334, 336, 650 processional (precessionario) used as a register, 1053 psalter, 1053 register of deaths (martilogio), 1053 Brewhouses, 105, 182, 739, 740 Bridges. See Index of Persons and Places under Barnstaple; Hythe Bridge C Castles. See Index of Persons and Places under Abergavenny; Acre, Castle; Appleby; Bamburgh; Barnstaple; Belvoir; Beverstone; Bolsover; Bourne; Bramber; Brough under Stainmoor; Brougham; Buckenham, New; Caistor; Carisbrooke; Carlisle; Cause; Chepstow; Chilham; Cilgerran; Donington, Castle; Dorstone; Dover; Dunster; Egremont; Ferns; Harbottle; Heighley; Helmsley; Knaresborough; Launceston; Leeds; Lewes; Leybourne; Llandovery; London, Baynard Castle; Manorbier; Middleham; Newcastle upon Tyne; Newland; Newport [cos. Monmouth and Pembroke]; Northwich; Norwich; Okehampton; Pembroke; Pendragon; Pleshey; Plympton St. Maurice; Porchester; Ravensworth; Red Castle; Reigate; Richard’s Castle; Richmond; Rochester; Ruthin; St. Briavels; Skipton; Sleaford, New; Stafford; Tamworth; Tenby; Tickhill; Totnes; Trematon; Wallingford; Wark; Weoley Castle; Winchester; Windsor; York Chantries. See Index of Persons and Places under Awre; Brunton; Buckland; Dagnall; Finchingfield; London; Petherton, South; Poynings; Sapcote; Settrington; Sherborne St. John; Slapton; Stoke; Teynham Chases, 22, 23, 385, 452, 833, 845 See also Forests Churchwardens, named, 339 Corrodies, 433 Customs: wool, casual toll of 2 1/2d. for every sack of, 676 great custom of woolhides and woolfells shipped in Newcastle upon Tyne, 733 Customs. See Rents and services D Dovecotes, 58, 73, 112, 149, 290, 399, 427, 430, 477, 478, 481, 489, 526, 594, 602, 621, 739, 793, 975, 1069, 1070, 1093 Dove-pounds, 667 Dower, assignments of, passim E Estovers, 987 Exchequer of Carlisle, 645, 1007 F Fairs. See Index of Persons and Places under Babbington; Bingham; Brough under Stainmoor; Chiselborough; Ellesmere; Framesden; Hunmanby; Newport; Partney; Rothwell; St. Ives; Skipton; Uxbridge; Winchcombe Fees, passim Ferries. See Index of Persons and Places under Hessle; Saltash; Skipton on Swale; Smallhythe; Stoke Bardolph Fines for delay (sursisa), 36 Fisheries, 23, 141, 149, 205, 208, 226, 259, 307, 308, 325, 328, 333, 385, 427, 430, 450, 487, 548, 613, 623, 702, 743, 770, 847, 855, 922, 983, 1069, 1070, 1076 Fishgarths, 3, 983 Fishponds, stews and stanks, 105, 194, 195, 621, 871, 954, 970, 1072, 1076 Fishpools, 453 Floods. See Weather Forests. See Index of Persons and Places under Alice Holt; Ashdown; Cannock; Clarendon; Cliffe; Groveley; Inglewood; Kinfare; Machen; Sherwood; Whinfell; Woolmer G Glebes, 361 H Honors. See Index of Persons and Places under Amesbury; Arsik; Aumale; Belvoir; Berkhampstead; Bolingbroke; Boulogne; Bourne; Brecknock; Chester; Cheylesmore; Clare; Clifford; Cockermouth; Crevequer; Ewyas Harold; Eye; Gifford; Gloucester; Greetham; Haughley; Huntingdon; Kyme; Laigle; Lancaster; Leicester; Lewes; Lisle; Mohaut; Monmouth; Montgomery; Okehampton; Peverel; Radnor; Rayleigh; Richmond; St. Valéry; Tickhill; Trowbridge; Tutbury; Walkern; Wallingford; Weobley; Wigmore; Winchester I Inquisitions, passim inspeximus of, 257 jurors refuse to return verdict at, 898 lost in the Exchequer: transcript taken from the escheator’s accounts, 1061 taken ex officio and also by virtue of writ, 1046 J Jurors, at inquisition, in danger of dying of hunger, 898 K Kiddles, 917 L Law courts: Common Bench (Common Pleas), keeper of the writs of. See Index of Persons and Places under Haxay, Thomas de frankpledge, views of, 57, 65, 67, 68, 135, 206, 245, 279, 325, 327, 379, 380, 416, 417, 437, 442, 446, 447, 449, 453, 462, 463, 541, 548, 708, 783, 975, 1031, 1069, 1070 leets, 23, 25–7, 149, 225–7, 314, 384, 418, 433, 434, 444, 446, 454, 613, 679, 978, 1019 ‘redelevet’, 299 rere-county, 328 tourn, 300 Lordships. See Index of Persons and Places under Abergavenny; Bleddfa; Bwlch-y-Dynas; Cause; Cilgerran; Cramlington; Greetham; Heathpool; Kinderton cum Hulme; Kirk Andrews; Luton; Machen; Maldon; Newport [cos. Monmouth and Pembroke]; Richard’s Castle; Traean Clynton; Wenllwch M Markets. See Index of Persons and Places under Caistor; Caythorpe; Ellesmere; Foulsham; Grisaugh; Hunmanby; Kersey; Maldon; Newport; Partney;Richard’s Castle; Sheringham; Skipton; Thornbury; Uxbridge; Winchcombe Marshes, 613, 821, 869 salt, 67, 636 Mills, 26, 204, 226, 233, 259, 385, 594, 608, 621, 636, 779, 970, 974, 1064, 1101 corn, 314, 815 fulling, 6, 8, 149, 226, 314, 444, 450, 453, 739, 740, 819, 989 horse, 380 water, 6, 60, 68, 71, 84, 85, 112, 194, 195, 279, 284, 285, 308, 345, 431, 439, 453, 457, 477, 489, 517, 529, 533, 548, 559, 602, 612, 638, 651, 740, 743, 757, 804, 833, 855, 935, 988, 989, 991, 1017, 1030, 1034, 1059, 1060, 1070 wind, 37, 84, 89, 241, 341, 348, 350, 651, 712, 975 Millponds, 75, 226, 548 Mines, iron, 194 sea-coal, 194 O Obit, 184 Occupations: apothecary, 697 arblaster, 512 brewer, 524 butcher, 499 cornchandler, 182 draper, 512 grocer, 182, 184 hurrer, 524 malt monger, 524 ropemaker, 184 sherman, 185 skinner, 1087 surgeon, 185 vintner, 764 waxchandler, 672 weaver, 983 Offices. See Index of Persons and Places, passim artiller, king’s, 513 Household: butler, 340 chamberlain, 534 of the pantry, 1018 porker, 98 yeoman of the king’s robes, 991 serjeant at law, 960 Ovens, common, 105, 140, 522, 739, 740 P Parks, 22, 25, 26, 34, 37, 194, 205, 208, 211, 225, 287, 323, 325, 379–81, 384, 385, 398, 403, 416–18, 444, 452, 453, 470, 548, 555, 611, 621, 622, 679, 736, 739, 744, 833, 969, 974, 1017, 1030, 1043, 1065, 1069, 1070, 1075, 1076, 1083 enclosure of, 398 Peat-moors, 721 Peels, ruinous, 744 Purpresture, 1007 Q Quarries, 457 stone, 721, 1083 R Reed beds (juncaria), 444 Rents and services: arrows, barbed, 379, 452, 819 at the King’s coronation, as butler, 678, 679 challenging anyone to oppose the king’s right, 578 making for the king a certain pottage called Maopygarnon, 782 rendering 3 cups of maple (mapy’), 929 serjeanty of napery, 21, 897, 899 ‘averyngslvere’, 205 baking dues (furnag’), 740 barley, 224, 496 malting, 754 palm, 115 candles, 754 capons, 242, 687, 708, 926, 955 white, 73 carrying a pennoncel in the king’s army within the realm of England before the footmen of the hundred of Wotton, 423 castleguard, 41, 129, 234–36, 239, 299, 329, 379, 384, 473, 474, 590, 612, 651, 721, 734, 746, 779, 996, 1029, 1036, 1037 chiminage, 773, 1042 cloves, 447 collars for greyhounds, 452 cornage, 233, 234, 247, 322, 348, 410, 645, 651, 721, 734, 735, 746, 779, 1007, 1008, 1038 cummin, 119, 421, 452, 457, 508, 593, 658, 659, 708, 740, 821, 882, 1008, 1015, 1024 curry comb, 787 eels, 495 eggs, 424, 533 faggots, 754 ‘filstere’, 225, 226 fleeces, 496 ‘fyldeston rente’, 928 gloves, 194, 195, 710, 942 hay, 754 haybote, 399, 845 hens, 60, 149, 424, 533, 754 ‘hoggesfe’, 258 holding offices, of abbot’s chief steward in the liberty of Bury St. Edmunds, 11, 898 of archbishop’s butler on the day of his translation, 439 of archbishop’s chamberlain at the time of his installation, 41 of archbishop’s steward on the day of his translation, 439 of frankpledge, constable of the peace and beadle, as necessary at Mansfield Woodhouse, 686 of usher at the door of the king’s chamber, 664 of woodward in the manor of Stour Provost, 91 holding the king’s stirrup whenever he comes to Shebbear, 204 honey, 495 horseshoes, 287 housebote, 399, 845 keeping a falcon every year until it is of full strength … bringing it to the lord’s court he and his wife shall stay there with 3 grooms, 3 horses and 3 greyhounds for 40 days at the expense of his lord, and shall have, for his labour, his lord’s second-best robe, as well his lady’s second-best robe for the use of his wife, 989 keeping forests and hays, 150, 520, 686 keeping the door of the queen’s chamber, 647 keeping watch at Calais, 386, 714, 886, 1021 kernets, 287 lampreys, 535, 767 ‘lantolf peryes’, 824 laying a cloth on the king’s table on Christmas day, 96 leading 50 men on foot in the king’s service and at the king’s wages from Newmarket to Wales when there is war there, 1099 maintaining a moiety of a chapel and of a hall in the castle at Dover, 612 mewing a goshawk yearly, 135 oats, 496 ‘parkselver’, 438 peas, white, 754 pepper, 1, 71, 73, 84, 349, 421, 429, 452, 481, 574, 593, 658, 659, 710, 740, 783, 821, 834, 861, 927, 1023, 1024, 1036, 1037 peppercorns, 795 ‘petruspeny’, 449 pig’s carcase, 754 ploughing, reaping and carrying, 795 ploughshares, 533 providing an ‘arblaston’, 978 providing a bailiff for the king at Leyland, 546 providing a hobbler for 40 days in the war in Scotland, 882 providing a hobbler for safeguarding Porchester castle in time of war for 15 days, 883 providing a horse price 5s. and a sack and a ‘prik’, whenever there is war between the King of England and Wales, 1100 providing a man on foot with a bow and 2 arrows to go with the king as far as Montford when there is war in Wales, at his own cost, 343 providing a man to bear a heroner in the king’s presence every year during the season as required, the bearer receiving from the king 2 robes and a bouche de court yearly, and 7 1/2 d. daily, 1030 providing a man with an unbarded horse, armed with an ‘aketon’, ‘palet’, lance, and gauntlets of plate, for 40 days when there is war in Scotland, 523, 655 providing 4 men at arms in the king’s army for 40 days, 530 providing 6 men for 2 days at the time of hay harvest, 940 providing men, horses and hounds twice a year for the prior of Dunstable, 68 providing part of an archer in the castle of York for 40 days in time of war, 249 providing a reaper to reap for 1 day in autumn in Elmton, 242 providing a tithing man yearly at view of frankpledge, 68 puture, 233 ‘rekesiiver’, 836 rendering, at the Exchequer, a bow without a cord whenever there shall be war between the king and the prince of Wales, 28, 911, 923 rent sec, 315, 596, 738, 740 ‘Romscot’, 612 roses, 71, 128, 198, 264, 384, 400, 456, 491, 517, 525, 612, 633, 643, 661, 672, 876, 1026, 1036, 1037, 1062, 1084, 1087, 1089, 1091 red, 284, 672, 1004, 1013 salmon, 495 salt, 636 ‘schottys’, 418 scutage, 62, 64, 240, 457, 565, 1033 sheriff’s aid, 129, 228, 300, 398 sparrowhawks, 30, 120, 578, 713, 887, 916, 977, 1024, 1025, 1045 mewed, 1065 sore, 156, 215, 247, 779, 863 spurs, 169, 272, 359, 375, 399, 489, 527, 710, 752, 1046, 1087, 1095 gilt, 1, 68, 149, 194, 214, 239, 283, 387, 405, 419, 439, 527, 571, 611, 647, 821, 823, 834, 858, 859, 969, 979, 1101 white, 936 ‘stuth’, 194 tablecloths, 183 truncage, 247 tunics and hoods with furs, 355, 503 turbot, 975 ‘wapentakefynes’, 833 ‘wamot’, 127, 415, 636 wax, 657, 1023, 1027 wheat, 46, 224, 477, 496, 754, 1085 works: autumn, 149 bondmen’s, 314 boon, 975 ‘Waterbenes’, 27 S Salt pans, 312, 1046 Sand, easement of, 667 Services. See Rents and services Sheepwalks, 975, 987 T Tenter-grounds, 82 Tenures: ancient demesne of the Crown, 135, 244, 682, 686, 795, 958, 960 at the king’s pleasure, by the rod, 8 at the lord’s will, by the rod, 314 burgages, 25, 84, 264, 337, 396, 525, 526, 592, 594, 603, 656, 739, 834, 898, 1028 burgage, free, 49, 50, 82, 138, 167, 181, 182, 184, 256, 271, 381, 399, 452, 453, 499, 512, 521, 524, 592, 697, 711, 718, 723, 728, 733, 819, 824, 830, 872, 913, 921, 971, 985, 987, 1035, 1036, 1063, 1065 conventionary, 667 courtesy of England, 273, 376, 642, 643, 718, 721, 1028 gavelkind, 115, 239, 533, 612, 929 serjeanty, grand, 423, 575 petty, 28, 30, 116, 183, 237, 482, 753, 887, 916, 923, 1000 villeinage, 127, 211, 290, 635, 717, 721, 833 W Weather, a great wind, 107 floods, 72, 481 Weights and measures: 8 bovates=1 carucate=1 knight’s fee, 736 5 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 736, 737 6 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 736 7 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 736, 737, 741 7 1/2 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 736 8 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 736, 737, 741 9 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 741 10 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 737, 741 12 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 737, 741–43 15 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 736, 737 18 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 741 20 carucates=1 knight’s fee, 741, 742 1 selion contains 1 rood, 252 Weirs, 218, 608, 977, 1072 Wills, probate of, produced in court by the archbishop of Canterbury, 438 proved in the hustings of London, 82, 182, 184, 499, 512, 524, 724 Wreck of the sea, 975 Writs, passim