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Pages 700-705

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 2, Edward I. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1906.

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Arrow-heads, rent of, 680 (p. 415).

Ass led by two knights from Bedford to Elstow, 739.

Baronies. See:

Barnstaple.

Beauchamp.

Bedford.

Blagdon.

Bolbeck.

Bradninch.

Cainhoe.

Chalbury.

Chester.

Chilham.

Cormeilles.

Deone.

Dudley.

Dursley.

Ewyas.

Eynesford.

Fortibus.

Gilsland.

Gurney.

Harberton.

Haresfield.

Hatch.

Keevil.

Laigle.

Lanvaley.

Liddel.

Malet.

Manchester.

Mauban.

Montacute.

Montgomery.

Muschamp.

Okehampton.

Rayleigh.

Redbourne.

Rye.

Scalariis.

Shelford.

Snodhill.

Stowey.

Tattershall.

Thorsway.

Tibenham.

Totnes.

Trematon.

Trussebut.

Valletorta.

Valoynes.

Walkern.

Wardon.

Weldon.

Weobly.

Worle.


-, - See also Fees; Honours.

Battles. See Evesham; Kildare; Lewes.

Betagii, p. 267.

Bureland (in Calne), 17 (p. 17).

Castles. See:

Aldford.

Belvoir.

Bennington.

Bowes.

Bridgwater.

Brough.

Caistor.

Carlisle.

Castleton.

Cause.

Chartley.

Chester.

Colchester.

Devizes.

Dinas Bran.

Dodleston.

Dover.

Dudley.

Dunster.

Eye.

Hastings.

Helmsley.

Holdgate.

Kendal.

Kenilworth.

Killpeck.

Kimbolton.

Lincoln.

Mallerstang.

Marlborough.

Miserden.

Montgomery.

Newcastle under Lyme.

Newcastle upon Tyne.

Newhall.

Newport.

Norwich.

Okehampton.

Oswestry.

Pevensey.

Richard's Castle.

Richmond.

Rising.

Rochester.

Rockingham.

Scarborough.

Stafford.

Stortford.

Tattershall.

Tickhill.

Tirley.

Wem.


-, - in Ireland. See Dungarvan; Glenarm.

Chalcedony, rent of, 680 (p. 415).

Chases. See Yardley.

Christmas gift, 813 (p. 492).

Chronicles. See Abergavenny; Totnes.

Church, lighting of. See Somersham.

Churching of women, 697.

Churchscot, Chireshut, Chersute, 17 (p. 17), 222.

Coal mines, 476, 508, 801, 813 (p. 493).

Cornage, 439 (p. 258).

Courtesy of England, 32, 34, 764, 811 (p. 491).

Croziers in Ireland, 437 (p. 252).

Damietta, Louis IX. taken at, 37.

Danger de Waldis, p. 363.

Dennis de Waldis, p. 363.

Dominium virge, 521.

Ecclesia Major of Lincoln, p. 218.

English words:
-, Acremen, 536.
-, Andlepymen, custom called, 633
-, Baye, 473.
-, Bensed, 592.
-, Bocechewes, 636.
-, Borghenge, p. 260.
-, Brasey, custom, 540.
-, Bretsilver, p. 281.
-, Brewingavel, 17 (p. 17).
-, Burgrith, a rent, p. 174.
-, Bussage, custom called, 633.
-, Buterselver, 527.
-, Candelmesseschot, p. 403.
-, Chepgavel, Chuppingavel, 17 (p. 17).
-, Churchscot, Cherichscot, Chireshut.
-, Chersute, 17 (p. 17), 477 (p. 288).
-, Constont, 285.
-, Cougeld, Cuugeld, Kugelde, custom called (p. 213), 579, 606 (p. 365).
-, Dayne, a custom, p. 19.
-, Drove, a custom, p. 19.
-, Estergavel, p. 17.
-, Eueshale, Heueshale, a custom, p. 363.
-, Faldherdelsilver, 653 (p. 404).
-, Ferye boat, 772.
-, Flourgavel, p. 211.
-, Frigavel, p. 17.
-, Frithpeni, p. 20.
-, Gangavel, p. 17.
-, Gavelkind, Gavelygindeches, 635, 639.
-, Gernermet, the estrik called, 637.
-, Goldewethers, Goldewite, Goldewiht, 447.
-, Graserth, p. 228.
-, Gyroun, p. 261.
-, Halmfother, 742.
-, Haywerk, 762.
-, Herthpeny, St. Peter's pence called, 404 (p. 233).
-, Hestgeld, Hestgelt, p. 423.
-, Hirdelsilver, a custom, 715.
-, Hockdeis halpeny, 99.
-, Hokyngsilver, 467.
-, Hoverunderbenes, 636.
-, Huswerk, a custom, p. 19.
-, Kenewoldinges, men called, 479.
-, Kugelde. See Cougeld.
-, Kylh, rent called, 773.
-, Lammasevenes, 636.
-, Landfe, 592.
-, Lastage, p. 211.
-, Lawdays, Laghedeys, p. 314.
-, Leftheld, p. 363.
-, Leyrwyte, Leirwite, 320, 793.
-, Lingfothers, 742.
-, Londgovel, p. 4.
-, Lovebenes, 742.
-, Madshep, at time of mowing, 524 (p. 313).
-, Maltsilver, Maltesilvre, 439 (p. 261), 471 (p. 281), 715.
-, Maupygernoun, p. 262.
-, Meduelondherth, p. 403.
-, Merchet, Marchet, 320 (p. 259).
-, Metebenes, 636.
-, Milnemale, 637.
-, Mowul, p. 285.
-, Mucfothers, 742.
-, Permeins, pears, 32.
-, Potteresgavel, 533.
-, Quarrerium 'mowul,' p. 285.
-, Romescot, 230.
-, Saltsilver, 471 (p. 281).
-, Scepescot, 477 (p. 288).
-, Schench, a toll of brewers, p. 313.
-, Schirebon, p. 423.
-, Schirnegeld, p. 213.
-, Schyrreveschot, p. 403.
-, Sewingehale, Seuighale, p. 363.
-, Shirevestuht, 782.
-, Sondemale, 637.
-, Stredward, 774.
-, Sythesilver, 582.
-, Tak of iron, 480.
-, Tolsestre, p. 365.
-, Travers, a custom, 540.
-, Wardpeni, Wardpan, 17 (p. 20), 431 (p. 246).
-, Warlond (of Norcliffe manor), 762.
-, Warnoth, 635.
-, Waytefee, Waytefe, Waytesfee, rent called. 190, 471 (p. 281), 653 (pp. 402, 403).
-, Wrincak, 536.
-, Wythskilt, a custom, 637.
-, Yolstock, a rent called, p. 260.
-, Ysgavel, p. 17.

Evesham, battle of, 650, 652.

Exchequer, serjeanty of, 528.
-, - See Carlisle; Newcastle.

Fairs. See Barnstaple; Cowlinge.

Falconry. See Weston.

Fees. See:

Ashill.

Belvoir.

Gloucester.

Keevil.

Kyme.

Leicester.

Mortain.

Munsley.

Otter hunter.

Purbright.

Wyr.


-, - See also Baronies; Honours.

Ferries. See:

Broneshurst.

Humber.

Newhall.

Swanesbach.

Fish, pike and bream, 13.
-, -, gardens for, 635, 637.

Fisheries. See:

Ancholme

Applethwaite

Awre

Blyth

Botolph Bridge.

Bradflett

Brant

Derwent

Grasmere

Kent

Kingesbrome

Muckeleye

Ouse.

Pidsea.

Rodley.

Routhmer.

Rowcliff.

Rusholme.

Semere.

Swale.

Thames.

Tyne.

Welland.

Wythyn.

Fishponds. See Brademere; Stafford.

Flourgavel, 381 (p. 211).

Forest between Oxford and Stamford bridges, keeper of. See Holebrok.

Forests in Salop, serjeanty of keeping, 510.
-, - See:

Ashdown.

Bainbridge.

Blackmoor.

Blackmore.

Bradden.

Buckholt.

Charnwood.

Dean.

Diss.

Exmoor.

Gillingham.

Greenlighton.

Grovely.

Horewiche.

Kingscliffe.

Liddel.

Macclesfield.

Mallerstang.

Neroche.

New Forest.

Nichol.

Pember.

Poorstock.

Roeburndale.

Salcey.

Scaurdale.

Sherwood.

Shirlot.

Troutbeck.

Whinfell.

Wirral.

Wrekin.

Forester in fee. See Hore.

Fraunfe, arable of, 824.

Fulling mill, a, 628.

Gavelkind, Gavylygeyndeches, 635, 639.

Gersume, p. 259.

Ginger, a rent of, 699.

Gresmen, tenants called, p. 213.

Hermit. See Albrighton.

Herthpeny, St. Peter's pence called, 404.

Honours. See:

Albemarle.

Banstead.

Belvoir.

Berkhampstead.

Brompton.

Boulogne.

Britanny.

Burford.

Camel.

Chester.

Chewton.

Chokes.

Dunster.

Eye.

Fordington.

Gurney.

Harberton.

Hastings.

Haughley.

Holderness.

Holdgate.

Huntingdon.

Jevington.

Laigle.

Malpas.

Monmouth.

Montgomery.

Mortain.

Newport Pagnell.

Peverel.

Rayleigh,

Richmond.

Skipton.

Stottesden.

Tewkesbury.

Thurvaston.

Tickhill.

Tutbury.

Wallingford.

Winchester.

Wormegay.


-, - See also Baronies; Fees.

Hound called brachet, 75, 222 (p. 135).

Hundred, the lesser, used in computing, 606 (p. 365), 608 (p. 368).

Inbourf and Houtebourf, between England and Scotland, 741.

Iron mines, pp. 214, 493.

Jerusalem, going to, p. 447.

Jews, exchequer of, 528.

Kenilworth, dictum of, 144.

Kildare, battle of, 281.

Knight, making of a, 734.

Knights fees of 23 carucates, p. 189.

Lardarium, a tax on villeins called, 71 (p. 52).

Lead mines, p. 215.

Lewes, battle of, 191.

Lowey, leuca, 98.

Lundenarii, men who work every Monday, 536.

Liberties and franchises. See:

Beverley

Colchester

Durham

Leyland

Montgomery

Rochford.

St.Cuthbert.

Slaughter.

Tynedale.

Markets. See:

Barnstaple.

Barton.

Boston.

Cawston.

Measures, bullio of salt, 360.
-, -, fee of 10 carucates, 638 (p. 391).
-, -, muta of wine, 32.
-, -, quartern of land, 679.
-, -, strike, 'estrik,' called 'gernermet,' for oats, 637.
-, -, the great hundred, 616.
-, -, sticks of eels, 772 (p. 468).

Mines, coal, 476, 508, 801, 813 (p. 493).
-, -, iron, pp. 214, 493.
-, -, lead, p. 215.

Moors. See Greenleighton.

Mortain, small fees of, 192, 194, 310, 386, 401, 481, 524 (pp. 314, 315), 573, 609, 809.

Mortmain, statute of, 788.

Motte, Mota. See Barnstaple; Okehampton.

Nicknames. See Henry de Tracy.

Normans' lands, 467.

Oaks, a wood of, 592.

Ointment, called 'le mes de Gyroun,' 'le mes de Maupygernoun,' 604 (pp. 361, 362).

Otter hunter, fee of, 295.

Oustmen, town of the, co. Waterford, p. 253.

Peter's pence, 719.

Ploughshare, a rent of, 153 (p. 97), 639.

Quarries, stone, 285.
-, -, slate, 70.
-, -, -, See Alston.
-, - See Hayles.

Saltpits, 97 (p. 67).

Schench, le, toll of brewers called, 524 (p. 313).

Serjeanties, R. Passelewe inquires concerning, 65.

SERVICES:
-, Barony. See List of Baronies.
-, Castle guard. See under individual Castles.
-, In the army, personal
-, a constableship in the army, 606 (p. 364).
-, a serjeanty in the army, 575.
-, bringing an army from St. Edmund's to Wales, 627, 676.
-, going with the king 3 weeks, 75.
-, with a crossbow 40 days, 392.
-, being 40 days in Wales with horse. sack pin, &c., 58.
-, following the king 40 days in Wales, with horse, &c., 496.
-, being 40 days in Wales with man, horse, &c., 661.
-, riding with king with 2 knights when his peers ride, p. 173.
-, See also under Local.
-, In the army, finding
-, half a serjeant 40 days, 47.
-, two parts of an esquire 40 days in England, 541.
-, a man 15 days when the king goes with the army (called 'Layeferd'), 305.
-, finding footman 40 days (serjeanty), 604 (p. 361).
-, a footman in Wales until he have expended half a hog, 498.
-, a man in South Wales until he have shot three arrows, &c., 54.
-, a follower 40 days with barded horse, 126.
-, a man with axe when the king goes to Wales (serjeanty), 185.
-, serjeant 40 days when king is present, 260.
-, serjeant with crossbow, 40 days (serjeanty), 847.
-, serjeant 40 days (serjeanty), 720.
-, serjeant in Wales, 151.
-, horseman in Wales 13 days, 744.
-, horseman 40 days, 730.
-, an armed horseman in Wales (details given), serjeanty, 354.
-, horseman with unbarded horse 40 days, 462.
-, horseman with iron cap, &c., at Montgomery castle, 758.
-, a muntor in time of war, 442.
-, 2 serjeants, one with lance, the other with arrows, &c., 40 days in Wales, 47.
-, 2 foot-men in war time, 523.
-, one knight, in Wales 40 days, 364.
-, knight or 2 esquires 40 days when king is present, 266.
-, 2 knights in Wales, 707.
-, 2 knights 40 days, 184.
-, 2 knights or 4 esquires 40 days, 71 (p. 50), 76.
-, two knights and a half 40 days, 385. in Wales, 474.
-, 3 knights 40 days in Wales, 390, 813 (p. 494).
-, a horse 40 days in Wales, 299.
-, a horse 40 days in Wales with leather sack and iron 'tak,' 480, 506, 507.
-, 2 horses to attend the king's victuals 40 days in Wales, 103.
-, See also under Serviceslocal.
-, connected with the King's Courts and Household
-, being constable of England, 131.
-, finding 2 serjeant ushers at the Exchequer, &c. (serjeanty), 528.
-, serjeanty of the Exchequer Chamber, 477 (p. 288).
-, serjeanty of the passage of the Exchequer, 466.
-, being usher of the Exchequer (serjeanty), 820.
-, Spigurnel's serjeanty, 606 (p. 365).
-, being keeper of the palace of Westminster and the Fleet prison (serjeanty), 230.
-, serjeanty of the king's chapel, 521.
-, butler's serjeanty, 4.
-, larderer's serjeanty, 163, 465.
-, napery serjeanty, 431.
-, serving the king in his chamber whenever the king will, 286.
-, providing straw for the king's bed, &c., and geese or eels at his coming, 295.
-, keeping the king's wines at Silverstone (serjeanty), 49, 264.
-, keeping king's palfrey 40 days at the king's cost (serjeanty), 308, 343.
-, connected with the coronation
-, holding a basin before the king at his coronation, 602.
-, making 'le mes de maupygernoun' at the coronation (serjeanty), 604 (p. 362).
-, serving at the coronation with a silver goblet (serjeanty), 463.
-, connected with the forests
-, bearing the king's bow through all the forests (serjeanty), 65.
-, being keeper of Bradden forest and providing an esquire with lance, &c., 443.
-, being keeper of Campana forest (serjeanty), 475.
-, connected with Dartmoor forest, 720.
-, attaching for vert and venison, &c., in Dean forest (serjeanty), 563.
-, being keeper of half Grovely forest (serjeanty), 402, 450, 733, 769.
-, finding forester on foot with horn and bow in Macclesfield forest, 455.
-, being keeper of Sherwood forest, 385, 638 (p. 330).
-, keing keeper of Lythewood, 755.
-, being keeper of Shropshire forests, 510.
-, being keeper of the hay of Wellington, 293.
-, being parker of Windsor. 494.
-, connected with royal hunting
-, finding a fourth part of a huntsman bringing roast pork when the king hunts in Cornbury, 620.
-, finding an oaten loaf and 3 arrows when the king hunts on Dartmoor, 720.
-, finding 3 barbed arrows when the king hunts on Exmoor (serjeanty), 754.
-, finding 3 arrows and a salmon when the king comes to Exmoor to hunt (serjeanty), 612.
-, bringing 3 barbed arrows when the king hunts on Dartmoor or Exmoor (serjeanty), 267.
-, local
-, Aldford castle, finding man with hauberk in, 181.
-, -, finding a man, 762, 782.
-, Carmarthen castle, services connected with, 446 (p. 266).
-, Exeter gaol, being keeper, 3.
-, Chester, serjeanty of keeping the peace in the parts of, 749.
-, Devizes, finding a serjeant 40 days there, 348.
-, -, being there with an armed horseman 357.
-, Fleet prison, being keeper (serjeanty), 230, 356.
-, Kidwelly, finding man and horse at, 477 (p. 288).
-, -, leading the vanguard of the garrison in West Wales, 51.
-, Montgomery, being steward of, 532.
-, Odiham, guarding prisoners, p. 250.
-, Oswestry, being 10 days there with horseman, &c., 569.
-, -, being there 15 days with barded horse, 747.
-, -, finding a man there 40 days with unbarded horse, 511.
-, -, finding an esquire there with barded horse 40 days, 473.
-, Salisbury cathedral, maintaining a wax taper before the high altar of St. Mary, 79.
-, Tickhill castle, several services connected with, 235.
-, connected with hawks and hawking
-, keeping a falcon, 36.
-, keeping a goshawk, 46, 51, 845.
-, keeping and mewing a goshawk, 583
-, mewing a falcon, 558.
-, keeping a sparrowhawk in the king's court, 449.
-, keeping one of the king's falcons, 311.
-, coming to court and keeping one of the king's goshawks, 319.
-, taking two goshawks to court, remaining there from Michaelmas to the Purification, and afterwards mewing a goshawk, 602.
-, a gerfalcon to be taken to the king's court, 9.
-, bearing the king's gerfalcon (serjeanty), 162.
-, bringing a gerfalcon (serjeanty), 620.
-, being bearer of a falcon for herons, &c. (petty serjeanty), 36.
-, carrying a lanner falcon (petty serjeanty), 189.
-, keeping the countess of Devon's falcons, 573.
-, rents of sparrowhawks, passim.
-, - sore sparrowhawks, 19, 516.
-, - two parts of a mewed sparrowhawk yearly, 196.
-, serjeanty of a mewed sparrowhawk, 705.
-, Miscellaneous
-, grand serjeanty of selling beasts taken for the king's debts, 53.
-, serjeanty of making summonses in the court of Peverel in Nottinghamshire, 618.
-, superintending the making of the king's crown, 106.
-, twelve barbed arrows when the king comes to Nottingham, 121.
-, feeding a bedel once in 7 weeks, 460.
-, rendering a jar of wine when John de Curtenay dines in the isle of Exeter, 71 (p. 51).
-, finding an oar at Hastings when the king crosses the sea, 220.
-, a daily prayer, 117.
-, an eighth of a messenger when the king goes into Wales, 64.
-, 2 white capons when the king passes, 504.
-, of the nature of quit rents
-, arrow heads, 680 (p. 415).
-, a rose, 158, 353.
-, a garland or chaplet of roses, 108, 421, 575.
-, a barbed arrow, 187, 421.
-, a quiver and 13 barbed arrows, 16 (p. 16).
-, a brachet, 75, 222.
-, a cap of peacock feathers, 193.
-, a pair of buckskin gloves lined with miniver, 389 (p. 229).
-, a gown of grey fur of 7 ferrets, 458.
-, a knife (kuyvettum), 429.
-, a wooden crossbow, 191.
-, a bow of 'Hauborne,' 306 (p. 176).
-, a pair of white spurs, 452.
-, gilt spurs, passim.
-, two needles, 822.
-, a bunch of ginger, 699.
-, ploughshares, 153 (p. 977), 639.

Siege. See Kenilworth.

Sokes. See Caistor; Mumby; Snayth.

Spigurnel, the office of, 606.

Spigurnels, fee of the, 521.

Theodum, of Land, 437.

Tournament at Bedford, 739.

Truncus, toll of, 196.

Waxscot, ciragium, money for, 711.

Welsh scutage, 474.

Westwa, 793.

Woodcocks, wytecoci, wytecoki, wood for, 61.
-, -, rent of two, 770.