Index of Subjects

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 19, Henry IV. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1992.

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'Index of Subjects', in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 19, Henry IV, (London, 1992) pp. 495-503. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol19/pp495-503 [accessed 1 March 2024]

Index of Subjects INDEX OF SUBJECTS

Most subjects are grouped under inclusive headings. The main groups are: Areas of local administration; Buildings and architectural features; Clergy and religious; Crime and punishment; Household goods and clothing; Land; Law and law courts; Liberties of tenants; Livestock; Measures; Names; Officials and servants; Religious houses and institutions; Rents and services; Rights of lordship; Serjeanties; Tenures; Trades and occupations; Writs.

All see under references are to the Index of Persons and Places.

Accidents broken bones, 139, 188, 339, 341, 663, 666, 777–8, 781–2, 786, 791, 898, 996, 998, 1000 cart upset, 343 falling buildings, 782 falls from horse, 139, 188, 777, 782, 786, 791, 898, 996, 998, 1003 falls from ladder, 341 falls in ditch, fen, 350, 663, 778, 1000 houses burnt down, 158, 339, 665, 783, 898 kicked by horse, 139 locked in church, 999 Apprenticeship, indentures of, 188 Areas of local administration baronies see under Barnstaple; Baynard’s Castle; Bedford; Bolam; Bulbeck; Combe, Castle; Dudley; Earl Patrick; Golpatrik; Greystoke; Hepple; Lewes; Marlay; Mitford; Monchensy; Muschamp; Odell; Odensil; Prudhoe; Sandford; Stafford; Swanscombe; Tattershall; Vescy; Wark; Whalton commotes see under Hirfryn; Newport in Cemais; Perfedd; Wentlloog duchies see under Cornwall, Lancaster honours and fees see under Acre, Castle; Arcy; Arsic; Aumale; ‘Bayons’; Berkhamsted; Bolingbroke; Boulogne; Bourne; Bradninch; Chester; Christchurch; Clare; Clifford; Colwyn; Dover; Eagle; Eye; Gaunt; Gloucester; Goodrich; Greetham; Haughley; Hay; Helion; Huntingdon; Lacy; Lancaster; Leicester; Lincoln; Lisle; Mandeville; Monmouth; Montfichet; Montgomery; Okehampton; Peak, High; Peverel; Pickering; Pinkney; Plympton; Polsloe; Pontefract; ‘Portico’; Rayleigh; Redlevet; Richmond; St. Valery; Shrewton; Tickhill; Tutbury; Wallingford; Winkleigh; Wilton hundreds and half hundreds see under Abdick; Aldbury; Alton; Andover; Archenfield; Ashridge; Bampton; Basingstoke; Bempstone; Brightford; Broadwindsor; Budleigh, West; Bullingdon; Bulstone; Coleridge; Cottesloe; Earsham; Easewrithe; Flitt; Freebridge; Grimshoe; Halberton; Kingsbury; Lifton; Llandovery; Milverton; North Gate; Norton Ferris; Petherton, North and South; Ringwood; Samford; Shamwell; Shirwell; Shrewton; Shrivenham; Somerton; Staple; Steyning; Stoke; Sutton, King’s; Wantage; Warden, Chipping; Wayland; Whittington; Woolton; Wrangdike liberties and stewardships see under Bury St. Edmunds; Colchester; Hereford lordships see under Abergavenny; Axholme; Beaudesert; Bittesby; ‘Blytonfee’; Bosham; Burton Coggles; Cameley; Cardiff; Cargo; Chepstow; Clifford; Coity; Colwyn; Corfe Castle; Dorston; Dunton; Ewyas Harold; Glyndourdy; Goodrich Castle; Gower; Grosmont; Hebburn; Henley in Arden; ‘Kentilleth’; Kilvey; Llandovery; Lyonshall; Newport in Cemais; Norton; Pembroke; Reading; Red Castle; Richmond; ‘Sawarth’; Sheffield; Stoughton; Swansea; Tytherley, East; Whittington; Wigmore; Wolverley manors, passim manors, extents of see Abinger; Audley; Barming, West; Barnoldby le Beck; Bentham, Little; Berkswell; Bobbing; Carlton Scroop; Chekeswell; Chesterton; Cottingham; Deeping, Market; Denne, Drax; Eastwell; Edlington; Enfield Grove, Wrothesplace in; Fleet, Kent; Henley in Arden; Hintlesham; Ingleby, South; Horton; Lighthorne; Marske; Marston, Lincs; Netherhall; Newham; Rasen, West; Redbourne; Rotherfield Greys; Ryarsh; Senclers; Shere; Shorne, Skelton; Stanton Fitzwarren; Thirsk; Tunstall; Wantage; Ware; Whalton in Newham; Whitstable, Winterslow, East; Wooburn; Yoxall sokes see under Caistor; Drax; Horncastle; Kirton in Lindsey; Oswaldbeck; Waltham; Winchester tithings, 179, 479 wards see under London Assize of bread and ale, 387, 479 Banns, publishing of, 786 Bastards, 187, 207, 670, 1006 Boats see Ships and boats Books, 664, 777, 786, 899 missals, 102, 777–8, 786, 900 psalters, 188 Buildings and architectural features barns, 211, 387, 482, 721, 758, 787 bartons, 479 booths, 720 brewhouses, 152, 1006 bridges, 114, 637, 639, 766, 996 butteries, 211, 655 byres, 606, 789 cellars, 211, 479, 482, 606, 725, 968, 986 chambers, 211, 341, 343–4, 387, 479, 482, 488, 606, 758, 787 charnel houses, 116–7 ‘churches’, 479 cottages, 1, 9–10, 18, 25, 61, 91, 130–1, 137, 162, 175, 199, 212, 215–6, 218, 282, 288, 372, 376, 387, 479, 488, 496, 521–2, 553, 586, 670, 684–5, 692, 710, 721–2, 727, 734, 758, 788–9, 830–2, 839, 882, 909, 938, 986, 1010, 1013 dovecots, 35–7, 120, 135, 211–2, 287, 341, 387, 449–50, 481, 483, 670, 684, 753, 758, 760, 839, 843, 887, 937, 1024, 1029 drawing chambers, 479 forges, 667 gaols, 223, 782 gates, 482 granaries, 203, 387 granges, 211, 479 halls, 211, 341, 479, 758, 787 houses, inns and taverns, 91, 725, 751 kitchens, 211, 344, 758 ‘larderhouses’, 211 malthouses, maltkilns, 482, 667, 789 mansions, 293–4, 384, 405, 738, 769 messuages, passim messuages, capital, 30, 131, 200, 387, 428, 534, 632, 673, 715, 720, 830–1, 896, 950, 1010 mills, 114, 137, 148, 155, 218, 225, 240, 315, 351, 387, 443, 451, 479, 481, 483, 602, 788, 862, 866, 1013, 1025, 1032, 1040 corn, 667, 715 fulling, 387, 443, 789 horse, 371–2, 376, 998 water, 71, 87, 90, 120, 131, 135, 206, 222, 356, 371, 387, 401, 409, 425, 428, 443, 450, 602, 606, 632, 637–9, 667, 689, 737, 753, 766, 846, 893, 1024, 1032 wind, 91, 120, 122, 135, 387, 409, 638–9, 737, 758, 893 moats, 314 ovens, common, 315, 325, 387 pantries, 211, 336 piggeries, 787 sheepfolds, 387 shops, 92, 132, 152, 246, 284, 293–4, 332, 363, 401, 405, 468, 488, 548, 557, 709, 720, 725, 945, 968 solars, 152, 405, 488, 725, 789, 945, 968 stables, 211, 349, 482, 606, 782, 789 thatched and tiles, 211 wharves, 488 windows, 188 weirs, 606 Castles see under Abergavenny; Alnwick; Alton; Anstey; Banbury; Barnstaple; Barton Seagrave; Beaudesert; Bedford; Belvoir; Benefield; Berwick upon Tweed; Bolingbroke; Bothal; Bramber; Braybrooke; Bridgwater; Builth; Bytham, Castle; Calais; Carisbrooke; Carlisle; Chepstow; Chillingham; Christchurch; Coity; Cooling; Corfe Castle; Devizes; Dorston; Dover; Dudley; Dunster; Elmley Castle; Ewyas Harold; Ewyas Lacy; Framlingham; Gloucester; Goodrich; Grosmont; Harbottle; Heighley; Hertford; Kendal; Lancaster; Launceston; Leeds; Lewes; Lincoln; Llandovery; Llanover; Longtown; Lullingstone; Lyonshall; Lynhales; Mitford; Monmouth; Montgomery; Naworth; Newcastle under Lyme; Newcastle upon Tyne; Newport in Cemais; Norham; Norwich; Nottingham; Ogle; Okehampton; Pevensey; Plympton St. Mary; Porchester; Radnor; Red Castle; Richard’s Castle; Richmond; Rochester; Rockingham; St. Briavels; St. Fagan’s; Sarum, Old; Sheffield; Shrawardine; Skelton, Yorks; Somerton; Swansea; Tamworth; Tattershall; Tickhill; Tonbridge; Torrington, Great; Totnes; Trematon; Wark; Warwick; Weoley; Whittington; Wigmore; Wilton, Bishop; Windsor; York Churching of mothers, 158, 341, 349, 392, 665, 780–1, 1000 Clergy and religious abbesses see under Bruisyard; Denny; Romsey; Shaftesbury; Stamford; Wherwell; Wilton; Winchester abbots see under Abbotsbury; Abingdon; Alnwick; Athelney; Barlings; Bayham; Beaulieu; Bermondsey; Boxley; Bruern; Bury St. Edmunds; Byland; Canterbury, St. Augustine’s; Cirencester; Cleve, Old; Cockersand; Colchester, St. John’s; Combe; Combermere; Crowland; Dale Abbey; Dorchester; Evesham; Faversham; Fécamp; Forde; Glastonbury; Gloucester; Hyde; Keynsham; Langley; London, St. Mary Graces; Malmesbury; Melrose; Missenden, Great; Muchelney; Netley; Newenham; Newland; Pershore; Peterborough; Pipewell; Ramsey; Reading; Rocester; St. Albans; St. Mary in Furness; St. Giles; Sherborne; Shrewsbury; Stanley; Stratford; Tavistock; Tewkesbury; Thorney; Tilty; Titchfield; Torre; Waltham Holy Cross; Westminster; York, St. Mary’s archbishops see under Canterbury, York archdeacons see under Taunton bishops see under Bath and Wells; Carlisle; Chester; Chichester; Coventry and Lichfield; Durham; Ely; Exeter; Hereford; Lincoln; London; Rochester; Salisbury; Winchester; Worcester bishops suffragan, 341, 1002 chaplains, 82, 102, 106–7, 109–10, 114, 122, 207, 288, 387, 392, 401, 420, 446, 449, 519, 521, 559, 568, 570, 617, 620, 648, 664–5, 772, 778, 780–3, 786, 846, 896, 942–3, 958–9, 984, 994, 1052 deans see under Exeter; Hereford; Lincoln; Wells; Westminster, St. Stephens friars see under Babwell, 765 masters see under Bristol, St. Mark’s; Pleshey; Thompson nuns, 261, 575–6 parsons, 12, 17, 25, 97, 123–5, 141, 182, 196, 276, 313, 320, 324, 343, 351, 401, 410, 435–6, 438, 443, 445, 449–51, 455, 480, 523, 539, 543, 570, 580–4, 588, 599–601, 640, 642, 676–7, 706, 737, 777, 785, 807–8, 833, 878, 881, 960, 972, 987, 1032, 1035 portioners see under Ponton, William, 124–5 prebendaries or canons see under Allerthorp, Lawrence de, 972; Bolton, John, Bromley, Richard, 287; Cherleton, Humphrey de, 990; Haxey, Thomas, 972; Knyght, Thomas, 287; Loring, Master William, 551, 555, 559, 562, 564; Louthorp, George, 972; Mile, Robert, 287; Rede, Robert, 341, Vaggiscomb, Robert, 123–5; Waltham, Master William de, 897, 972 precentors, 900 preceptors see under Worcester, St. Wolfstan’s prioresses see under Amesbury; Dartford; Heynings; Keldholme; Nuneaton; Stamford; Stixwould priors see under Barnstaple; Bath; Bicknacre; Bodmin; Bradenstoke; Bradley, Maiden; Breamore; Brinkburn; Canterbury, Christchurch; Christchurch; Coventry; Daventry; Deerhurst; Dunmow; Elsing Spital; Ely; Farleigh, Monkton; Goldcliff; Guisborough; Haugham; Kenilworth; Leighs, Little; Lewes; Loders; London, religious houses; Merton; Michelham; Montacute; New Place; Newnham; Otterton; Pentney; Rochester; St. John of Jerusalem; Sempringham; Spalding; Sudbrook; Taunton; Thornholm; Tickford; Warter; Winchester; York, Holy Trinity rectors, 97–8, 114, 125, 276, 341, 349, 380, 417, 501, 523–4, 574–6, 725, 750–1, 779, 893, 943, 963–4, 980, 1034–5 vicars, 17, 185, 187, 276, 319, 344, 373, 410, 432–3, 435, 450, 453, 476, 620, 663, 835, 893, 943, 1000, 1003–4, 1034–5 wardens, 116, 971 Coins, gold noble, 997 Coronations, 138, 286, 314 Council, the king’s, 54 Crime and punishment abduction of widow, 904 abjuring the realm, 165, 470, 657 felonies, 165, 233, 339, 387, 470, 657, 660–1, 711 forfeitures, 101, 112, 138, 162, 189, 197, 212, 390, 505, 643, 722, 769, 1045–6, 1048–51 fraud and collusion, 154–5, 213–4, 677 fugitives, 387 gaol delivery, 233 hanging of a robber, 347, 782–3 homicide, 339, 470, 657–8, 1001 pardons, 162, 273, 276 pollution by bloodshed, 341 robberies, 349, 782–3 treason, 197, 216 trespass, plea of, 341 see also outlaws Customs see ports Destruction by the Scots, 1, 114, 131, 379, 395, 734, 896, 938, 973, 979, 1013 Destruction by the Welsh, 49, 316, 352, 429, 431, 594, 743, 763, 824 Disasters fires, 665, 783–5 floods, flooding, 544, 665 shipwrecks, 341 storms, tempests and high winds, 341, 782–3 Dower, assignments of, 351, 387, 479–84, 603, 667, 787–9, 903, 1007 Exchequer, 38, 244, 262, 862 accounts at, 167 barons of, 209 chamberlains of, 289 great roll of, 47 marshal of, 298 of Carlisle, 191, 240, 510, 1013 treasurer and barons of, 180, 197, 680 Extents of manors see Areas of local administration, manors Fairs see Markets and fairs Farm implements carts, 120, 343–4, 782–3, 899 ploughs, 120 ploughshares, 172, 774, 810, 895 Fealty see Tenures, homage and fealty Ferries, 122, 387, 638–9 Fines (final concords), 111–2, 114, 187, 202, 215, 218, 225, 234, 242–4, 261, 263–4, 276, 278, 286, 288, 302, 313, 325, 386–7, 396, 402, 418–20, 425, 434, 436, 449–51, 455–6, 458, 526–7, 539, 559, 580, 611–2, 619, 695, 727, 733, 759, 819, 846, 863, 875–82, 891, 894, 960, 966, 984–5, 987, 1029–30, 1039–42, 1044, 1046, 1052–3 Fisheries and fishgarths, 16, 71, 114, 122, 387, 409, 428, 479, 481, 721, 734, 866 nets and engines for salmon, 387 nets for eels, 349 Fishponds, ponds and stanks, 120, 344, 428, 479, 483, 650 Food and drink bacon, 732 barley, palm, 774, 893 bread, 342, 780, 997 butter, 732 cheese, 732, 774, 997 corn, 120, 344, 479 eels, 349 fish, 479 fruit, 409, 882 fruit, dried, 732 geese, 997 hay, 276 meats, 158 oats, 774 salmon, 387 salt, 774 wheat, 479 wine, 342–3, 732, 897, 997, 999 ‘clarry’ and ‘Malmsey’, 655 ‘Osey’, 780 red, 780, 784, 997 white, 784 see also Rents in kind Forests, woods and trees alder groves, 756, 789, 841 chases see under Clee, 248; Pensnett, 351; St. Leonard, 300, 302; Swaledale, 94, 96; Tattershall, 665 coppice woods, 758 forests see under Ashdown, 460; Braydon, 121; Cannock, 881; Cheviot, 973, 979; Chute, 474–5; Dean, 394; Exmoor, 47; Feckenham, 858; Galtres, 721; Haywood, 32; Inglewood, 114, 791; Kinver, 208, 351; Neroche, 47, 756; Mendip, 47; Petherton, North, 47; Prestwood, 208; Wychwood, 412 groves, 314 hays, Ashwood, 208, 351; Bentley, 881; Earnstrey, 248 oaks, 791 shrubberies, 756 willows, 882 woods passim see also parks Gardens and enclosures churchyards, 116, 188, 243, 344, 720, 725, 899–900 closes, 114, 196, 211, 230, 330, 384, 387, 409, 428, 450, 479–80, 482, 693, 721, 789, 862, 887, 929 courtyards, 20, 482 crofts, 121, 135, 295, 343, 380, 384, 387, 482, 543, 553, 586, 638, 676, 710, 732, 760, 788, 882, 926 curtilages, 209, 244, 259–60, 445, 450, 479–80, 482, 496, 522, 556, 559, 839, 882, 887, 1024 gardens, 71, 92, 120, 211, 341, 372, 376, 384, 387, 409, 436, 449–50, 482, 539, 559, 614, 720, 724, 727, 736, 750, 758, 790, 882, 887, 972, 986 orchards, 387 rabbit warrens, 276, 314, 483, 789 sheepfolds, free folds, 881–2 Guilds, St. Hida, 152 Highways and roads, 443 Household goods and clothing basins and ewers, 655, 1005 bells (nola), 655 belts, gilt, 347–8 bowls, 342 casks, for wine, 342 clocks, 725 cloth, for clothing, 732 fulled, 350 red, 342, 732 scarlet, 348 silk, 347, 480 coifs, silk, 480 cups, silver, 343, 999 footstool, 899 gloves, 480 goblets, silver, 343 gowns, robes, 276, 349 grease, lard, tallow, 732 hides, skins, 732 undressed, 997 of foxes, goats, hares, hinds, lambs, martins, rabbits, sheeps and squirrels, 732 horseshoes, 387 jugs, 342, 655 silver, 780 lead, 732 millstones, 732 pots, earth, brass and iron, 387 rings, gold, 343 suits, 336 torches, lanterns, candles, 158, 188, 336, 392, 542–3, 655, 665–6, 780, 784, 899–900, 997, 999–1000 vestments of green silk, 341 wax, 732 wool, 139, 732, 997 Idiots, 14, 20, 156–7, 182–3, 741, 752, 834, 888, 946–8 Images of B.V.M., 899 Islands, Axholm, 303, 319; Sheppey, 118, 363 Land ancient demesne, 18, 114, 236, 858 arable, passim assarts, intakes, purprestures, 240, 412–3, 475, 667, 804, 832 bruere?, 22, 296, 580 buttes, 387, 758 cultures, 387 ditches and spurs, 481, 483, 882 fallow, 65, 87, 120, 450, 525, 543–4, 1024 feedings, 413 fencing (watter), 242, 409 for making pots, 387 foreshore, 131, 387, 729 glebe, 120, 125, 410, 882, 927, 964 gorse, 756–7 heath, 22, 196, 882, 893 hedges, 481, 483 hilly, 71, 449, 985 husbandlands, 1, 342, 734, 938 marsh, 18, 30, 115, 206, 387, 509, 518, 638, 691, 737, 760, 774, 918, 939, 986 salt, 893, 1053 meadow, passim moor, 94, 147, 483, 672, 734, 760, 1029 pasture, passim tofts, 18, 21, 23, 34–7, 49–50, 61, 82, 90, 94, 101, 107, 109, 112–3, 120, 131, 184, 226–7, 231, 236–7, 284, 288, 321, 353, 371, 386–7, 396–7, 401, 426, 436, 450–1, 479–80, 544, 548–9, 553, 565, 586, 670, 689, 727, 758, 774, 781, 832, 835, 839, 881, 919, 925, 971, 1010, 1042, 1046–7 turbaries, 486, 638–9 waste, 65, 131, 443, 508, 544, 587, 986 Lastage, 732 Law and law courts, 1003 avesfold of the forest, 460 baron, 23, 314 borough, 715 county, 395 court rolls, 478 distraint, clause of, 46 frankpledge, view of, 70, 120, 261, 263, 276, 530, 587, 640, 652, 684, 727, 737, 758, 760, 846, 893, 1037, 1046–7 gaol delivery, 233, 782 honour, 135, 631, 639 hundred, 402, 412, 689, 715, 827 King’s Bench, 298 ‘laund’, 200 leets, 135, 372, 376, 638, 730 manor, 200, 242, 715, 774 pleas of account, 3 pleas of debt, 380, 1014 portmoots, 697 release of personal actions, 777–8, 786 [sheriff’s] tourn, 483, 587, 730 waivery, promulgation of, 1014 see also Parliament Liberties of tenants agistment, 387, 614, 638–9 free folding, foldage, 22, 479, 882 pannage, 121 ‘taury’ and ‘verry’, 882 turbary, 486, 638–9 Livery of seisin, 902 Livestock, animals, 482 affers, 160 boars, 892 bulls, 665, 936 calves, 782 capons, 156, 396–7 cattle, 387 cocks and hens, 71, 120, 122, 232, 334 cows, 276 red, 392, 780 dams, 349 does, 897 eels, 349 foxes, 1003 game, 287, 409 geese, 120, 789 greyhounds, 783, 1003 white, 245 hawks, falcons, sparrowhawks, 387 heifers, 276 horses, 276, 781, 783, 1003 bay, 344 black, 999 chestnut, 782 grey, 342, 782 palfreys, 343, 655 white, 780, 783, 897 oxen, 928, 936, 1029 pigs, piglets, swine, 276, 782, 892 sheep, 276, 606, 783, 839, 921, 937 ewes, 783 see also rents in kind Markets and fairs, 102, 120, 158, 211, 315, 387, 428, 478–9, 667, 697, 783, 791, 846, 865, 997, 1037, 1043 stalls, 479, 548; for selling fish, 479 Marshalsea of the royal household, 298–9 Mass, 158, 340, 349, 663, 785, 663, 900–1, 999 Meals, 120–1, 997, 1003 breakfasts, 997 dinners, 336, 1003 feasts, 1001 Measures, casks, gallons and bushels, 120, 342, 387, 479, 893 dickers, lasts, sacks, sheafs, 732 of land, acres, passim acres, Cornish, 933 bovates and carucates, passim ferlings, 218, 223, 225, 268–9, 271, 295, 358, 426–7, 549, 556, 741, 789, 834, 930, 933 hides, 351, 403, 648, 971 perches, 121, 387, 789 plots, 135, 157, 335, 387, 479, 577 roods, 18, 23, 120, 122, 244, 372, 376, 380, 387, 444–5, 470, 580, 637, 789, 839, 882, 910, 926, 1028, 1038 selions, 21, 135, 387, 479 strips, 479, 882 swathes, 18 virgates, passim Mining and quarrying, for coal, 349, 387, 428 for lead, iron, marl, slate, 387 quarries, 602 stannaries, 447 mint of, 653 Names, of fields, 209, 211, 329–30, 351, 387, 396–7, 479, 638–9, 667, 721, 760, 846, 882, 926, 929, 986 of persons, unusual, Alban, 728, 731–2; Diggory (Degorus), 790, 1001; Dodo, 422; Egidia, 675; Golenta, 207; Goodeth, 985; Mirabel, 7–8; Orange, 450; Salvayn, 627; Sanchia, 209, 351; Teresa, 21; Tillote, 667; Vincent, 650; Wayland, 897, 901; Wenthelen, 989; Wyncellan, 1005 of streets see under Exeter; Hereford; London; Newcastle upon Tyne; Shrewsbury; Winchester; York Officials and servants aldermen, 336 bailiffs, 70, 135, 137, 168, 314, 331, 478, 524, 602, 633, 730, 939, 997, 1002, 1013 burgesses, 336, 699 butlers, 342–3, 347, 655, 997 king’s, 88 captains, of Calais, 699 chamberlains, 342 of the exchequer, 289 chancellors, of the county of Lancaster, 144 church wardens, 725 clerks, passim of accounts, 343 of debts in the Staple, 813 constables, 847, 349 coroners, 83, 781 escheators see under Besiles, Peter de; Bokeland, Edward; Carreu, Nicholas; Chaucer, Thomas; Clipsham, John; Copuldyk, John; Egmanton, Thomas; Hilliard, Robert; Loveney, William; Mere, Matthew de la; Redman, Richard; Rees, William; Tauk, John farmers, 314, 331, 430, 481, 675, 910, 1004 feodaries, 185 foresters, 32, 162, 858, 976 gaolers, 972 judges, 989 keepers of fees, 675 lieutenants, of Calais, see under Heron, William; Picworth, Thomas; Say, John marshals, of England, 298–9 under-marshal, of Calais, see under Bermycham, John mayors see under Bremore, Nicholas; Exton, Nicholas; Walleworth, John; Whityngton, Richard of Calais see under Bermycham, John parkers, park keepers, 276, 428, 434, 614, 858, 891 recorders see under Halden, William receivers see under Bispham, William; Goudeby, Hugh; Orbury, William reeves, 314, 331, 996, 998 rent collectors, 1000 serjeants at law, 989 sheriffs see under Chalons, Robert; Doget, Walter; Husflete, Gerard; Langford, William; More, William; Orgon, John; Parles, Ralph; Pygot, Baldwin stewards, 70, 91, 120–2, 291, 950 of duchy, 1000 of household, 655, 1000, 1005 of England, 33 of liberties, 782 tithingmen, 179 ushers, 336 treasurers, of the king’s household see under Brounflet, Thomas; Carp, John of Calais see under Merlawe, Richard valets of the chamber, 284 warden of the Marches, 791 warreners, 314 weighers, 285 Outlaws, 3, 166, 380, 658, 711, 909 Pardons, 162 charter of, 276 general in parliament, 273, 276 Parks, 91, 262–4, 276, 302, 310, 314, 326, 330–1, 351, 409, 428, 434, 458, 461, 483, 534, 598, 602, 632, 638, 656, 846, 865, 881–2, 891, 978, 1035 Parliament, 298, 768, 991, 1045, 1047 judgment of, 421–4, 643 Pestilence, 120 Pilgrimages, to Canterbury, 999, 1002 to Holy Land, Jerusalem, 782–3, 785, 999, 1002 to Rome, 782, 785 to Santiago de Compostela, 785 Pollution and reconsecration of church, 1002 Ports, London, 768–9 petty custom in, 903 Prisoners of war, 392, 791, 897 Proofs of age, 102, 105, 139, 141, 158, 188, 336, 339–44, 347–50, 392, 476–8, 655, 663–6, 668, 777–86, 791, 897–901, 996–1005 Raids, by the French, 1002 Religious houses and institutions abbeys see under Abingdon; Alnwick; Barlings; Battle; Beeleigh; Caen; Canterbury St. Augustine’s; Cleeve; Coverham; Elstow; Gloucester; Keldholme; London religious houses; Malmesbury; Mount Grace; Netley; Polesworth; Rosedale; St. Mary Graces; St. Mary in Furness; Stamford; Stratford; Tewkesbury; Waltham Holy Cross cathedrals see under Exeter; Hereford; Lincoln; London St. Paul’s; Wells chantries see under Alcester; Aldbury; Aller; Beaford; Bentham, Little; Bentley, Little; Benton, Long; Cheverell, Little; Childrey; Drayton Basset; Fawkham; Haccombe; Hanslope; Heanton Punchardon; Lighthorne; ‘Overdyk’; Rousham; Shottesbrook; Thorpe, Castle chapels see under Appleford; Beversbrook; Casterton; Charlton Horethorne; Church Pulverbatch; Dudley; Eaton Tregoes; Haynes; Holbeach Hurn; Lackendon; Lantyan; Lutton, West; Martock; Newton, North; ‘Polehouse’; Roxwell; Staveley; Swaynstree; Umberleigh; Wanborough; Weald Bassett, Wedgnock; Weston, South; Winchester; Windermere; Witton, West colleges see under Cobham; Pleshey; Westminster, St. Stephens friars see under London, religious houses hospitals see under Calais; Chesterfield, St. Leonard’s; Donington, Castle; Kendal; Ludlow, St. John’s; Maldon, St. Giles’s; Portsmouth, St. Nicholas’s; St. John of Jerusalem; Skirbeck, St. John’s; Thompson; Warwick, St. Michael’s; Wooler priories see under Bisham; Deeping St. James; Drax; Dudley; Dunmow; Gisburn; Haltemprice; Heynings; Holme, East; Kersey; Kerswell; Lantony; Launde; Lechlade; London, religious houses; Malpas; Montacute; Pentney; Poughley; St. Carrick; Shouldham; Stamford; Torksey; Ware Reliquaries, 655 Rents and services assize rents, passim ‘averyngsilver’, 479 blanch farm, 547, 956 boon works, 71, 120, 135, 372, 376, 387, 602 cornage rents, 114, 191, 240, 379, 510–1, 908, 1013 custom silver, 983 for a watchman, 335, 974, 986 for castle guard, 2, 18, 22, 97–8, 104, 242, 250, 346, 368, 379, 396–7, 518, 538, 543, 605–6, 690, 722, 896, 940 ‘furse’, 120 haysilver, 120 hidage, 210, 432 housegavel, 122, 1013 ‘infangenth’, 120 ‘landmole’, 976, 981 paynelfee, 120 pilorie, 120 scutage, 197 sheriffs aid, 543, shirrifgild, 722 sherseliver, 71 ‘shurthes’, 121 ‘smytheswerk’, 479 stuth, 602, 758 ‘talent’, 116 tallage, 602 ‘toftmole’, 976, 981 ‘twopounde’, 976, 981 tumbrel, 120 warenna, 120 ‘warnrentte’, 544 Yeve, le, 715 Rents in kind arrows, barbed, 135, 137, 387, 620 arrowshafts, 196, 398 barley, 774 palm, 893 belts, gilt, 347–8 boar and pigs, 892 capons, 157, 396–7, 926, 1036 catapults, 112 cloves of gillyflower, 396–7 cocks and hens, 71, 120, 122, 232, 242, 460–1, 547, 606, 656, 690–1, 753, 774, 810, 893, 918, 1053 corn, 120, 930, 933 cumin, 94, 120, 128, 135, 145, 150, 184, 276, 387, 446, 504, 732, 835, 888, 931, 936, 994 eels, 349 eggs, 120, 122, 232, 460, 606, 690, 753, 774, 810, 893, 918, 1053 geese, 120 ginger, 994 gloves, 247, 480, 838 greyhounds, 245, 401, 606 horseshoes, 387 incense, 613 malt, 120 oats, 774 pepper, 71, 99, 135, 215–6, 373, 377, 446, 734, 882, 918, 936 ploughshares, 172, 774, 810, 895 roses, 99, 129–30, 133, 137, 140, 402, 428, 446–7, 449, 510, 535–6, 560, 756–7, 759, 789, 846, 923 red, 62–3 salt, 387, 774, 1053 sheep, 893 slippers, 606 sparrowhawks, 274, 382, 431, 446, 533, 686, 727, 948, 956 unmewed, 66, 416, 504, 960, 1032 spurs, white, 201 gilt, 8, 88, 146, 210, 387, 458, 547, 580, 620, 753 wax, 230, 446 Rights of lordship, 479–81, 483, 644, 650 amercements, 480 escheats, 475, 603, 617 free chase and warren, 387 heriots, 473, 617 marriage, 102, 104, 154, 387, 473, 475, 564, 603, 617, 887 reliefs, 71, 473, 475, 564, 603, 617 scot and lot, 242 waifs and strays, 587 wardship, 102, 154–5, 387, 473, 475, 564, 603, 610, 617, 887 wreck of the sea, 125 Rivers see under Bain; Itchen; Ouse; Petteril; Tees; Test; Trent Saltpans, saltvats and brine pits, 282, 387, 401 Serjeanties being almoner at the coronation, 314 being chamberlain of the exchequer, 289 carrying a banner in the king’s army, 113, 893 finding an affer and a sack for the king’s army in Wales, 160 finding a glove etc., 247 finding a hobbler, 940 finding a leash of greyhounds when the king goes to Gascony, 606 finding a man to keep the king’s hay, 881 finding a stable, 692 finding napery at the coronation of the queen, 286 keeping the king’s hay of Ashwood in Kinver forest, 208 keeping pleas of the crown, 2 Ships and boats, 341, 386 ‘le Passager’, 900 masters of, 732 see also Disasters, shipwrecks Sickness, ‘le colyk’, 339 Sports archery, 900 buckler play, 1000 hunting, 1003 Tenures burgage, 16, 18, 83, 86, 92, 116, 126, 132, 135–6, 246, 259–60, 276, 284, 293–4, 332, 363, 401, 405, 417, 446, 449, 468, 488, 496, 557, 579, 620, 647, 669, 685, 709, 712, 720, 725, 735–6, 751, 769, 839, 850, 945, 960, 968, 1013, 1042 courtesy or law, of England, 38, 62, 87, 101, 147–8, 169, 184, 186, 245–9, 254, 435–6, 449–50, 461, 470, 657, 662, 694, 696–7, 716–8, 745–6, 929, 939, 944–5, 962, 1023 customary, 3, 18, 120, 401, 942 dower, passim fee farm, fee simple, fee tail, passim free, perpetual, alms, 219, 579 free bench, 401 gavelkind, 242, 365, 461, 569, 656, 774, 893, 918, 939 knight service, passim homage and fealty, 63, 118, 131, 231, 242, 395, 529, 536, 715, 737, 774, 887 life, passim serjeanty, 160, 208, 382 grand, 16, 44, 116, 121, 123, 285, 927, 972 petty, 43, 1054 socage, passim suit of court, 20, 22, 30, 118, 143, 165, 242, 412, 458, 681, 689, 694, 715, 774, 805 term of years, 319, 349, 571, 709 Tolls of boats, 386 of towns, 479, 602, 846 of markets, 315, 387, 428, 732, 846 Trades and occupations bottlemakers see under Hall, John butchers see under Bolt, Thomas; Holl, Thomas; Kyng, John carpenters see under Asshele, Walter; Danyell, Walter; Janne, John; Love, William clerks, passim cooks see under Amys, John cordwainers see under York, Robert drapers see under Osberne, William fishmongers see under Byrde, William; Michel, John fletchers see under Prentys, Thomas fullers see under Crouchere, Stephen goldsmiths see under Broun, John; Busshy, John grocers see under Burton, Thomas; Seint Germayn, John; Wiltshire, John horse dealers see under Knyth, Robert ironmongers see under Gregori, Richard masons see under French, Richard nurses and midwives, 336, 343, 392, 478, 666, 780, 900, 996 skinners see under Caleiser, Henry; Myle, Nicholas soldiers, 336 tailors see under Denton, William; Kelby, David; Leek, William; Taylor, William tanners see under Wroxhale, John vintners see under Litlington, Richard; Louthe, Robert de weavers, ‘webberes’ see under Kyng, William; Vykary, Henry de Wills, 152, 154, 449, 579, 669, 725, 736, 751, 777–8, 786, 943 Writs certis de causis certiorari, 211 die quo obiit, diem clausit extremum, passim [described simply as ‘Writ’] for fees (certiorari super vero valore feodorum), passim for proof of age see Proofs of age mandamus see precipimus melius certiorari, 2, 10 melius sciri, 36, 54, 56–7, 99–100, 140, 153, 170–1, 183, 216, 225, 292–3, 296, 302, 318, 320, 324, 326, 328, 331, 333, 460, 524, 527, 669, 718, 722, 739, 775, 895, 929, 934, 995, 1027 plenius certiorari, 46, 152, 294, 323, 355, 391, 658, 837, 888, 915, 930, 936, 942, 959 plura, 53, 117, 172, 192, 218, 270, 299, 301, 319, 322, 325, 327, 329, 334, 463, 485, 661–2, 813, 829, 846, 918, 924, 928, 932, 936–7, 942, 990 precipimus or mandamus, for return of inquisitions, 44, 259, 762, 905, 1008 quia habitum religionis assumpsit, 575–6 to assign dower see Dower, assignment of to give seisin, 902 to partition, 8, 46, 926

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