Index of Subjects

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 20, Henry V. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1995.

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J. L. Kirby, 'Index of Subjects', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 20, Henry V, (London, 1995), pp. 358-364. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol20/pp358-364 [accessed 14 June 2024].

J. L. Kirby. "Index of Subjects", in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 20, Henry V, (London, 1995) 358-364. British History Online, accessed June 14, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol20/pp358-364.

Kirby, J. L. . "Index of Subjects", Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 20, Henry V, (London, 1995). 358-364. British History Online. Web. 14 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol20/pp358-364.

INDEX OF SUBJECTS

Most subjects are grouped under inclusive headings. The main groups are: Areas of local administration; Buildings and architectural features; Castles; Clergy and religious; Crime and punishment; Forests; Gardens and enclosures; Household goods and clothing; Land; Law and law courts; 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.

Numbers refer to items and not to pages.

Accidents and disasters
-, ashtree falling on belfry, 844
-, broken arm, 265
-, broken shin, 845
-, damage by wind, 841, 843
-, house burnt down, 184
-, pestilence [1396], 846
-, riding, 129, 131
-, shipwrecks, 184
-, with carts, 841, 844

Annuities, 48, 84, 89–91, 167, 201–2, 298, 302, 304, 331–2, 367, 394, 397, 399–400, 403, 405, 411, 413, 415, 417, 420–1, 426, 459–461, 469, 472, 497, 520, 554–5, 593, 632, 648, 731, 748, 797, 809

Areas of local administration
-, bailiwick, bedelries see under Perrot, West; Sandwich, Sulehay
-, baronies see under Bedford; Bolam; Embleton; Helmsley; Lavenham; Rye, Sampford Brett; Snodhill; Vescy; Wark; Wem; Whalton, Wragby
-, boroughs see under Barnstaple; Bridgwater; Calne; Combe Martin; Milverton; Molton, South; Totnes; Upton upon Severn; Wendover; Westover; Wootton Bassett
-, cantreds and commotes, 236
-, duchies see under Cornwall, Lancaster
-, earldoms see under Aumale, Chester, Gloucester, Hereford, Richmond, Warenne
-, honors and fees see under Aumale; Belvoir; Berkhamsted; Boulogne; Bramber; Brecknock; Chester; Clare; Dover; Eagle; Ely; Eye; Folkingham; Gaunt; Gloucester; Hagenet; Hastings; Huntingdon; Leicester; Monmouth; Mortimer; Okehampton; Peverel; Pickering; Plympton; Polsloe; Pontefract; Portico; Rayleigh; Richmond; St. Cuthbert; Tickhill; Trowbridge; Tutbury; Wallingford; Wilton; Winchester
-, hundreds and half hundreds see under Abdick; Alton; Ashridge; Avesford; Bampton; Barnstable; Bedminster; Berkeley; Bledisloe; Box; Bulston; Bury; Calne; Catsash; Chadlington; Chewton; Christchurch; Cricklade; Coombs Ditch; Drannack; Easewrithe, West; Eastbourne; Eynsford; Fordingbridge; Forehoe; Fremington; Greenhoe, South; Hartismere; Hatcliff; Highworth; Hundredsbarrow; Knowlton; Launditch; Lexden; Loosebarrow; Lothingland; Martock; Milverton; Molton, South; Mutford; Norton Ferris; Ongar; Pitney; Poling; Portbury; Rochford; Rotherbridge; St. Cuthbert; Samford; Shrivenham; Singleton; Stockbridge; Stone; Stowmarket; Sutton, King’s; Tandridge; Warminster; Westbourne; Wickhambreux; Wormelow
-, liberties see under Canterbury, archbishop’s; Colchester; Tynedale
-, lordships see under Aberavon; Aberavon, Welsh; Brecknock; Bridgwater; Broad Town; Dinas Powys; Drax; Elsham; Ewyas Harold; Ewyas Lacy; Goodrich Castle; Grovebury; Hatton; Hinwick; Kenfig; Leighton Buzzard; Lewes; Llantrissant; Neath; Newton Nottage; Peterston; Reigate; Sherston; Sodbury, New; Sogenho; Sowerby; Sully; Wight, Isle of; Windervile; Winterslow
-, manors, passim
-, audit of, 130
-, extents of see under Sheldon; Solihull; Upton on Severn
-, partition of see under Dyrham, Kingsholm
-, sokes see under Drax; Grantham
-, wapentakes, 236, 696
-, wards see under London

Arms and armour
-, aventails for bacinets, 276
-, bacinets with paletots, 276
-, bows, alburnum, 256
-, hunting, 131
-, doublets, habergeons, 276

Books and missals, births recorded in, 131, 268–9, 272, 849

Buildings and architectural features
-, ‘aleya’ (?alley), 69
-, bakeries, bakehouses, 276, 407, 629, 632
-, barns, 6, 488, 626
-, bartons, 707
-, ‘berghous’, 632
-, brewhouses, 754
-, bridges, of Caversham, 278; of Oxford and Stamford, 446, 454
-, burgages, passim
-, butteries, 488
-, byres, cowhouses, oxhouses, 247, 626, 631, 707
-, cellars, 391, 624, 825, 828
-, chambers passim
-, cloisters, 276
-, cottages, 9, 21, 29, 34, 56, 86, 153, 176, 178, 180, 183, 200–1, 205, 237, 274, 308, 314, 388, 434, 488, 495, 497, 529–30, 551, 567, 571, 574, 632, 672–3, 729, 742–3, 759, 777, 815, 840, 848
-, dairys, (deyhouses), 626
-, dikes, sea, 349
-, dovecots, 180, 212, 606, 632, 647, 683, 707, 729–30, 743, 786, 815
-, fences, damaged, 491
-, garrets, 276
-, gatehouses, 127, 629, 631
-, gates, postern, 631–2
-, gloriettes, 276
-, granaries, 626, 631
-, granges, 629, 632, 707
-, halls passim
-, houses, 82, 127, 191, 196, 434, 574, 624, 648, 825
-, inns and taverns, 69, 116, 143, 391, 624, 851
-, kitchens, 276, 632
-, larder houses, 276
-, mansions, 58, 191, 408, 460, 488, 586, 632, 727, 812, 825, 842
-, messuages, passim
-, capital, 91, 472, 562–3, 632, 730, 758
-, mills, 28, 55, 105, 113, 247, 328, 351, 393, 438, 468, 626, 632, 648, 729, 831
-, destroyed, ruinous, waste, 153, 334, 491, 681, 729
-, fulling, 125, 144, 179, 407, 631, 729
-, grain, 631
-, water, 19, 36, 56, 91, 144, 168, 178, 212, 236, 364, 407, 422, 459, 478, 488, 507, 522, 529, 629, 650, 717, 729, 786, 804, 810, 816
-, wind, 243
-, moats, 629, 632
-, palisades, 632
-, quays, 586, 592
-, palaces, Westminster, 181
-, ‘prustushous’ 488
-, roof for church, 269
-, shirehouses, 164
-, shops, 9, 69–70, 143, 191, 239, 374, 391, 407, 480, 489, 574, 586, 624, 727, 814, 825, 828
-, in the palace, 181
-, solars, 9, 69, 391, 489, 574, 825
-, stables, 181, 488, 624, 629, 631, 783
-, stalls, market booths, 125, 181, 183, 480, 611, 825
-, studys, 276
-, tenements passim
-, towers, 276
-, corner, stone, 632
-, walls, stone, 631
-, wardrobes, 276
-, ‘warehouses’, 624
-, weirs, 113, 816
-, wharfs, 9
-, ‘withdrawyngchambre’, 488
-, woolhouses, 488

Castles see under Acre, Castle; Arundel: Belvoir; Bolingbroke; Bramber; Bransholme; Carisbrooke, Caus; Chepstow, Chilham; Christchurch; Clun; Conisbrough; Corfham; Devizes; Dinas Bran; Donington, Castle; Dover; Dunster; Ewyas Harold; Ewyas Lacy; Exeter; Eye; Folkingham; Fotheringhay; Goodrich; Greasley; Hanley; Hay; Hedingham, Castle; Helmsley; Holt; Kenfig; Knaresborough; Lancaster; Launceston; Leeds; Lewes; Llantrissant; Lincoln; Mold; Montgomery; Mulgrave; Neath; Newcastle upon Tyne; Northampton; Norwich; Oakham; Orford; Osweatry; Pontefract; Reigate; Richmond; Rochester; Rockingham; St. Briavels; Sandal Magna; Sarum, Old; Skipton; Sheriff Hutton; Sleaford; Southampton; Stamford; Tickhill; Tonbridge; Totnes; Trematon; Wardour; Windsor
-, rooms and departments in, 276

Chancery, 55, 587, 592, 608, 627
-, hanaper of, 447, 455

Clergy and religious
-, abbesses see under Caen; Lacock; Romsey; Shaftesbury; Tarrant; Wilton
-, abbots see under Abingdon; Bardney; Barlings; Battle; Bermondsey; Bindon; Bristol, St. Augustine’s; Bury St. Edmunds; Canterbury, St. Augustine’s; Cerne; Chertsey; Colchester, St. John’s; Dunkeswell; Evesham; Eynsham; Flaxley; Glastonbury; Gloucester, St. Peter’s; Hartland; Haughmond; Hyde; Keynsham; Leiston; Louth Park; Malmesbury; Milton; Netley; Newenham; Owston; Peterborough; Ramsey; Reading; St. Albans; London, St. Mary Graces: Shrewsbury; Sherborne; Tewkesbury; Vaudey; Waltham; Westminster; Whitby; Woburn
-, archbishops see under Canterbury; York
-, archdeacons see under Richmond; Wiltshire
-, bishops see under Bath and Wells; Carlisle; Chester; Coventry and Lichfield; Durham; Ely; Exeter; Hereford; Lincoln; Llandaff; London; Norwich; Salisbury; Winchester; Worcester
-, chaplains, clerks passim
-, clerks, holy water, 272
-, parish, 270, 273, 680
-, deans see under Salisbury; Wells
-, and chapters see under Exeter; London, St. Paul’s; Salisbury; Wells
-, parsons see under Bottesford; Bromham; Burghclere; Churchill; Conington; Crowell; Crundale; Deighton, Kirk; Harpley; Honiton; Hope Bowdler; Ipplepen; Kenn; Latchingdon; Layer Marney; Leybourne; Longbredy; Loxhore; Ockendon, North; Oundle; Parkham; Radstock; Rawreth; Roding, Beauchamp; Roding, White; Rudby; Sheepy; Sutton; Swillington; Uffington, Uphill; Walcott; Woodham; Yeovil
-, portioner see under Ponton, William
-, prebendaries or canons see under Aylesbury; Bromyard; Bugthorpe; Exeter; London, St. Paul’s; Mere; St. Endellion; Yetminster
-, prioresses see under Campsey Ash; Canterbury. St. James’ Hospital; Cheshunt
-, priors see under Alvingham; Bath; Bermondsey; Boxgrove; Bradenstoke; Bradley, Maiden; Breamore; Bridlington; Broomholm; Bruton; Bullington; Bushmead; Canterbury, Christchurch; Canterbury St. Gregory’s; Castle Acre; Deerhurst; Dunstable; Durham; Elsing Spital; Finchale; Haverholme; Heckington; Launceston; Lewes; London, St. Mary outside Bishopsgate; Montacute; Noyon; Ogbourne; St. John of Jerusalem in England; St. Katharine by Lincoln; Sempringham; Sheen; Sixhills; Taunton; Tynemouth; Winchester
-, provosts, see under Manfeld, Robert
-, rectors see under Ashridge; Aylesbury; Childrey; Dummer; Farleigh Wallop; Green’s Norton; Hungerford; Kilmington; Langford, Steeple; Llanwarne; London, All Hallows, Honey Lane; Marsh Baldon; Penn; Roche; Stanfield; Stonor; Tugford; Wappenbury; Whitstone
-, vicars see under Blounham; Brixham; Edmonton; Ellingham; Enfield; Felsted; Hampstead Norris; Highworth; Holme Lacy; Luton; Newton Kyme; Poorstock; Poughill; Sonning; Westbury; Wharram Percy
-, wardens see under Oxford, King’s Hall, and Merton College

Coinage and money, nobles, 131
-, gifts of, 131
-, of stannary, 221

Crime and punishment
-, error in inquisition by negligence and ignorance, 576
-, felons see under Dryver, John; Gannok, John; Giffard, Ralph; Magot, William
-, felonies, 29, 136, 582
-, forfeiture by rebellion, 235, 363, 469, 563, 625
-, intrusion, 236
-, transgressions, 180
-, trespass, 265

Customs of wool see Ports

Destruction by the Scots, 529, 551, 689, 702

Destruction by the Welsh, 114, 207, 327

Disputes, settled, 130, 263, 849

Dower, assignments of, 33, 57, 95, 132, 247, 407, 491, 592, 608, 632, 681

English language, words in, quoted, 130–1, 272

Exchequer, 17, 114, 202, 306, 367, 390, 507
-, summonses of, 816
-, treasurer and barons, 678
-, treasurer and chamberlains, 671
-, of Carlisle, 186, 505, 717

Fairs see Markets and fairs

Farm implements
-, carts, 661, 841, 844
-, ploughs, 661

Ferries see under Barton, Bawtry

Fines (final concords), 33, 103, 117–9, 151, 170, 172, 174, 186, 218, 227, 230–1, 241, 243, 318, 342, 345, 347–8, 354–5, 358, 370, 385, 395, 440, 461–4, 551, 556–7, 570, 580, 587–8, 639, 643–4, 663–4, 670–1, 725, 736, 762, 764–5, 773, 777, 793–4, 798, 800–2, 816, 819–21, 831, 835, 838

Fisheries, 113, 127, 236, 577, 632

Fishgarths, fishponds, ponds, 82–3, 236, 488, 497, 629, 632, 822

Food and drink barley, 661
-, bread, 181
-, common dish, 181
-, corn, 144, 407, 648, 659, 661
-, hay, 181, 648
-, oats, 632, 648, 661
-, peas, 661
-, rye, 144
-, wine, 181, 263, 270, 842
-, Clarry and Malmsey, 843

Forests, woods and trees
-, alders, 596
-, chases see under Arundel; Earnstrey; Leicester; Mold
-, copses, 488
-, forests, between the bridges of Oxford and Stamford, and see under Arundel; Bere; Braydon; Cannock; Caus; Cliffe; Dartmoor; Dean; Essex; Neath; New Forest; Ongar; Pamber; Pewsham; Rockingham; Selwood; Sulehay; Whittlewood; Wychwood
-, hays see under Bentley, Earnstrey, Upton upon Severn
-, ‘millberyetre’, 632
-, oaks, 632
-, woods passim
-, see also parks

Gardens and enclosures
-, churchyards, graveyards, 127, 184, 270, 308, 844
-, polluted by the effusion of blood, 184
-, closes, 58, 125, 182, 243, 488, 554, 606, 626, 631, 816, 838
-, courtyards, 631
-, crofts, 17, 21, 56, 58, 82–3, 178, 243, 321, 407, 413, 492–3, 529, 632, 673, 696, 728–9, 816, 840, 848
-, curtilages, 74, 205, 249, 407, 464, 488, 507, 582, 632, 709, 729, 742, 816
-, gardens, 58, 69–70, 74, 113, 127, 180, 182, 191, 276, 334, 374, 391, 480, 488, 493, 495, 554, 574, 586, 624, 632, 683, 719, 729–30, 744, 822, 838, 851
-, orchards, 629, 816

Highways and roads, 128, 264, 571, 822

Household goods, goods and chattels and clothing, 135, 217, 276
-, andirons, 276
-, bags, 275
-, basins and ewers, jugs, 130, 490
-, gilt and silver, 843
-, bedding, 181
-, bells, silver, 843
-, benches, 276
-, boots, 424
-, candles, tapers, torches, 130, 181, 263, 268, 270, 273, 490, 843
-, cloth for clothing, clothing, 276, 648
-, coal shovels, iron, 276
-, counting boards, 276
-, coverlets, 275
-, cupboards, 276
-, cups, gilt, gold, goblets (gables), for wine, 130, 267, 270
-, dishes, saucers, pewter, 276
-, dressers, dressing boards, 276
-, fuel, 181
-, gowns, fur-lined, 275
-, jars, silver, for wine, 843
-, hides, 227
-, lamps, silver, 130
-, linen thread, 185
-, mortars, stone, 276
-, ovens, 276
-, pipes, lead, 276
-, robes, 131, 424, 648
-, screens, 276
-, sheets, 275
-, shoes, 275, 648
-, stockings, 275
-, stools, writing, 276
-, stables, 276
-, tapers see candles
-, ‘tentors’, for stretching cloth, 828
-, tiles, 181
-, timber, wood, 181, 648, 824, 844
-, torches see candles
-, trestles, 276
-, troughs, kneading, 276
-, wool, wolfells, 131, 813
-, custom of see ports

Idiots see under Berghdon, John; Cotyr, John; Harpesfeld, John; Spilman, Christina; Wode, Thomas atte

Images of the B.V.M., 273

Islands see under Steep Holme, Wight

Land
-, ancient demesne, 239, 328, 334
-, arable passim
-, assarts, encroachments, purprestures, 96, 202, 322–3, 407, 537, 717, 729
-, cotlands, 488
-, demesne, passim
-, ditches, 113, 407, 488, 629, 632, 755
-, fallow, 565, 730
-, fields, common, 730
-, for making clay, 632
-, forest and stony, 180
-, furze, 683
-, heath, 556
-, hedges, hedgerows, 407, 488, 629, 632, 719
-, husbandlands, 53, 153, 529, 551, 562–3, 681, 733
-, marsh, 178, 236, 596, 803
-, common, 824
-, meadow, passim
-, metes and bounds, 130, 755
-, moats, 629, 632
-, moor, 105, 247, 388, 497, 531
-, pasture passim
-, upland, hill, 317, 478
-, tofts, 17, 21, 50, 56, 74, 98, 104, 114, 121, 125, 169, 183, 204, 217, 240, 304, 325, 368, 407, 421, 426, 431, 437, 464, 488, 492, 497, 501, 512, 527, 529–30, 555, 561, 571–2, 582, 590, 639, 682, 696, 730, 737, 742–3, 749, 751, 755–6, 760, 782, 786, 805, 810, 815, 823, 830–1, 850
-, warrens, 236, 648, 650, 815
-, waste, 53
-, watermeadows (holms), 96

Law and law courts
-, assizes, at Exeter, 209; at Lancaster, 679
-, justices of, 209, 467, 679
-, borough courts, 439, 492
-, Common Bench, justices of, 217
-, county courts, 131
-, court roll, copy of, 493
-, ‘foreign’ see under Winkleigh
-, frankpledge, view of, 179, 214, 278, 334, 393, 395, 421, 425–6, 431, 437, 459, 492, 611, 622, 626, 629, 632, 639, 815–6
-, gaol delivery, 467
-, hundred courts see under Barstable, Bridgwater
-, jurors, panels of, 257, 503, 580–1
-, King’s Bench, marshalsea of, 550
-, leets, 474, 577
-, petitions, 278, 530, 576
-, piepowder, 439
-, pleas of debt, 269
-, of novel disseisin, 679
-, pleas, perquisites and profits of, 113, 214–5, 439, 448, 456, 491–2, 606, 611, 632, 695, 707, 783, 815
-, protections for going overseas, 840
-, release, acquittance, of actions, 131, 265, 272, 949
-, sheriff’s tourn, 334, 374, 523, 618
-, statute of inquisitions, 578
-, yearly, 456

Liberties of tenants
-, agistment, 247, 479
-, pannage, 611

Livestock
-, boars, 611
-, bulls, 661
-, capons, 407
-, cattle, great beasts, 648
-, cows, 267, 648, 661, 813
-, foals, 661
-, game, maintenance of, 243
-, horses, 130, 648, 661
-, black, 267
-, palfreys, 843
-, oxen, 119, 267, 269, 272, 611, 661
-, pigs, 267, 611, 648
-, sheep, 28, 267, 317, 611, 661, 667
-, lambs, 130
-, see also rents in kind

Lovedays, 130

Markets and fairs, 236, 393, 424, 439, 536, 588, 598, 608, 611, 626, 631–2, 646, 756, 816

Measures, bushels, 144, 407, 648
-, cartloads, 648, 824, 844
-, pecks, of corn, 407
-, pennyweights, of gold, 207
-, quarters, of corn, 144, 632, 648, 659
-, of land, acres passim
-, acres Cornish, 187, 194, 582
-, bovates, 50, 66, 90, 94, 137, 154, 237, 240, 243, 388, 449, 457, 464, 497–8, 505–6, 513, 516, 559, 622, 696, 700–1, 721, 735, 755, 848
-, carucates passim
-, ferlings, 81, 121, 460, 582, 805
-, furlongs, 407, 683
-, hides, 326
-, inches, 822
-, perches, 822
-, plots (quartrons), 96, 407, 459, 493, 622
-, roods, 96, 180, 183, 407, 695, 782–3, 822, 824, 848
-, selions, 493
-, shealings, 478
-, virgates passim

Mining, coal and lead, 236

Names, of fields, 7, 10, 72, 102, 113, 116, 125, 406–7, 551, 554, 629–30, 632, 648
-, of persons, unusual, Albreda, 842; Amandus, 94; Anastasia, 306; Anifelesia, 13; Ankaret, 107–14; Anketin, Hankelin, 524, 614; Aubrey, 69; Aymer, 530; Egota, 14; Emmota, 13; Idonea, 121–6; Letitia, 508; Luke, 332; Massenta, 825; Pleasaunce, 614; Robergia, 325
-, of streets see under Bristol, Calais, Canterbury, Chichester, Gloucester, Guildford, Hereford, London, York

Officials and servants
-, aldermen, of Calais, 308
-, bailiffs, 130, 201, 209, 371, 407, 424, 474, 492, 611, 613, 626, 668, 679
-, foreign, of Solihull, 492
-, burgesses, of Great Marlow, 626
-, butlers, chief, 843
-, chamberlains, 461
-, the queen’s, 648
-, chancellors, of Lancaster, duchy and county palatine, 67, 675–6, 679
-, ‘domesticus’, 376
-, escheators, 56, 67, 128, 180, 257, 275, 320, 475, 507, 563, 575, 586, 675–6, 681
-, under escheator, 576
-, foresters, 96; justice and keeper of forests, 402
-, keepers, of warrens, 648
-, of Westminster palace, 181
-, marshals, of Ireland, 596
-, mayors see under Bristol, Calais, London
-, messengers, 131, 660
-, parkers, 243, 393, 648
-, reeves, 131, 841
-, servants, 130–1, 272, 411, 589, 648
-, sheriffs, 17, 46, 85, 102, 114, 145, 181–2, 202, 257, 306, 345, 451, 372, 501, 503, 523, 580, 602, 612, 661, 712, 788, 791, 847
-, stewards, 204, 236, 265, 393, 491–2, 611, 648, 707, 846
-, of England see under Henry, of Grosmont, duke of Lancaster
-, of forests, 446, 454, 759
-, treasurers, of England, 143, 840
-, of St. Peter’s, York, 465
-, valets, 130–1
-, Outlaws see under Giffard, Ralph; Kanteys, John; Northerne, Henry; Sibyle, John

Parks see under Bardon; Barnwell; Beaumanor; Belvoir; Berkeley; Bushley; Canfield; Castle Camps; Edmonton; Essendine; Hanley; Hedingham; Howsham; Grinstead, West; Kimberworthy; Mold; Newton Blossomville; Paulerspury; Pleasley; Portbury; Rayleigh; Sodbury, New; Sowerby; Stonor; Thundersley; Wardour; Woodstock

Parliament, 621, 623

Pilgrimage, journey to Promised land, 844

Poll tax (paying the king 4d. each), 842

Ports, havens, 592
-, Cardiff, 184
-, Kingston upon Hull, custom of wools in, 405, 479, 491
-, London, custom of wools in, 391, 476

Prisoners, 182
-, of the French, 272, 343

Proofs of age, 128–31, 145, 184, 259, 263–5, 267–73, 467, 490, 680, 841–6, 849

Religious houses and institutions
-, abbeys see under Barlings; Bon Repos; Bury St. Edmunds; Caen; Cockersand; Coggeshall; Humberston; Keldholme; Kingswood St. Mary; Lire;Neath; Newbo; Rosedale; Sherborne; Stratford; St. Mary Graces by the Tower; Sewardsley; Sulby; Waltham Holy Cross
-, cathedrals see under York
-, chantries see under Berkeley; Beverley; Bottesford; Cheddar; Childrey; Heckington; Penshurst; Rasen, West; Sutton; Totnes; Wilkswood
-, chapels see under Cardeston; Crookham; Howsham; Lackham; Linton; Pockley; Sherborne; Solihull; Southwick; Sutton
-, charterhouses or priories see under Myton; Witham
-, churches, advowsons of passim
-, bells of, 272, 841
-, building a new roof for, 269
-, collegiate see under Lowthorp
-, fonts, filling and heating water for, 272–3
-, services, baptisms see proofs of age
-, burials, funerals, 184, 270, 272, 841, 844
-, churching of women, 841, 844
-, mass, 128–9, 264–5, 268
-, celebration of first, 270, 841
-, publishing of banns, 269
-, vespers, 130
-, weddings, 128, 184, 264, 268, 270, 680, 841–6
-, colleges see under Oxford, King’s Hall, Merton College
-, hospitals, 236 and see under Bolton; Calne, St. John Baptist; Myton
-, priories see under Blythburgh; Broomholm; Campsey Ash; Christchurch; Cornworthy; Heckington; Kirkham; London, St. Helen’s; Rievaulx; Thornholme; Totnes; Ware; Warter; York, Holy Trinity

Rents and services
-, assize rents passim
-, blanch farm
-, boon works, customary services, 412, 631–2, 707, 757, 783
-, ploughing, 757
-, cornage rents, 186, 505, 689, 717, 847
-, fee farm, 208, 323, 350, 438, 569, 587, 608–9, 611, 632 and see under Andover, Aylesbury, Canterbury, Grimsby, Guildford, Kingston upon Hull, Lincoln, Rockingham, Winchester, York
-, Hawksilver, hawkeselver, 492
-, ‘landtolpenys’ 142
-, ‘petrispanes’, 407
-, quitrents, 49
-, sheriff’s aid, 589
-, ‘shershut’, 545
-, ‘spourselver’ 492

Rents in kind
-, arrows, 256
-, barbed, 710
-, ‘brodehokydharves’, 180
-, cloves of gillyflower, 104, 294, 582
-, cocks and hens, 157, 204, 340, 514, 632
-, cumin, 21, 99, 274, 555, 807, 810
-, doves, white, 451, 459
-, eggs, 157, 204
-, gloves, 153, 178, 419, 848
-, hounds, bitch, 421, 437
-, lambs, tithe of, 272
-, needle and thread, 716
-, pepper, 206, 274, 320–1, 529, 683, 730, 805, 816
-, roses (red, at Midsummer), 29, 148, 214, 216–7, 239, 306, 318, 359–62, 364–7, 460, 464, 514, 529, 556, 659–60, 684, 712, 730, 765, 767, 810, 816
-, sparrowhawks (unmewed), 53, 101, 201, 240, 345, 737, 751, 753, 816
-, spindles of linen thread, 185
-, spurs, 81, 116, 162, 217, 314, 407, 591, 810, 819
-, wax, 464

Retinues
-, courtiers of earl of Suffolk, 843
-, to serve for life in peace and war, 265, 844

Rights of lordship
-, bedelrys of hundreds, 606
-, herbage, 127, 240
-, hidage, 17, 179
-, hunting, rights of, 127
-, liberties and regalities, 236, 393, 424, 598, 606
-, marriage, 215, 236, 659–60
-, reliefs, 236, 659–60
-, return of writs, 665, 816
-, waifs and strays, 491
-, wardship, 179, 215, 236, 659–60
-, wreck of the sea, 236

Rivers see under Trent, Wye

Saltpans, 647

Seals, 525; of arms, 769, 771

Serjeanties
-, being chamberlain at installation of archbishop of Canterbury, 377
-, coming whenever a king is crowned armed for war on a good horse … 189
-, cutting underwood in Woodstock park to support the deer …, 725
-, finding a cook for the king’s household, 204
-, finding a horseman for 40 days for the safeguard of Montgomery castle, 327
-, finding a lamp in church, 153
-, finding a man with an unbarded horse … when there is war with Scotland, 735
-, finding an armed man arrayed as a hobelar for the king’s army towards Scotland, 340
-, finding napery at the coronation, 697
-, keeping the door of the queen’s chamber, 819
-, keeping the king’s prisoners in the Fleet, 182
-, providing the king with 3 spindles of linen thread …, 185
-, raising his hand to the king at Christmas …, 759
-, sending a packhorse to Tynemouth whenever the abbot of St. Albans goes there, 494
-, serving in the pantry on coronation day, 20

Serjeanties, grand, 100, 150
-, petty, 101

Ships and boats, ‘la Trynyte’, 184
-, see also Accidents, shipwrecks

Tenants, customary, ‘nativi’, serfs, vileins, 236, 317, 488, 508, 797
-, free 10, 44, 236, 317, 492, 508

Tenures, see also Serjeanties
-, baron service, 237
-, burgage, free burgage, 25, 34, 69–70, 86, 89, 142–3, 176, 183, 191, 254, 374, 388–9, 407–8, 414, 424, 434, 480, 489, 492, 519, 551, 574, 586, 624, 681, 684–5, 727, 742–4, 754, 790, 812, 815–6, 822, 825, 828, 848
-, copy of court roll, 493
-, courtesy or law of England, 8, 11–13, 63, 75, 100, 183, 193–4, 211–3, 290, 306–7, 349–50, 505–6, 519–20, 674, 701, 805–11, 822, 825
-, dower passim
-, fealty passim
-, fee farm, fee simple, fee tail, passim
-, ‘francfee’, 10
-, gavelkind, 10, 28, 157, 520, 525, 636, 695
-, homage and fealty, 50, 104
-, knight service passim
-, pure and perpetual alms, 242, 248
-, socage, 74, 97–8, 106, 112, 148, 153, 186, 201–2, 239, 258, 294, 325, 328, 354, 395, 424, 439, 449, 451, 460, 492, 514, 519, 523, 529, 539, 547, 562, 582, 646, 674, 700, 708, 710, 717, 733, 787, 808
-, suit of court, 8, 17, 28, 141, 149, 152–3, 179, 205, 294, 306, 314, 334, 340, 349, 377, 412, 432, 522, 525, 571, 684, 759, 775, 788
-, term of life, lives, 27, 29, 32–3, 43, 53, 55, 97, 103, 106, 151, 156, 162, 205, 214, 217, 236, 239, 284–7, 298, 317, 347–8, 376, 384, 389, 399, 403, 414, 416, 425, 448, 451, 460, 462–4, 474, 493, 512, 584, 588–9, 659–62, 673–4, 762, 815–6
-, term of years, 236, 319, 325, 482, 659

Tolls, 393, 491, 611, 626, 631
-, of corn, 439
-, and customs, of Guildford and Southwark, 668

Trades and occupations
-, carpenters see under Gylmyn, John
-, cooks, 204
-, farmers see under Lytle, John
-, fishmongers see under Michill, John; Sutton, Richard
-, goldsmiths see under Mounde, Thomas
-, grocers see under Filers, John
-, leathersellers see under Redyng, John; see also white tawyers
-, mercers see under Dyster, Thomas; Whatele, John; Whityngton, Richard
-, messengers see under Hill, William atte
-, midwives see under Harper, Isabel; Hethe, Alice at; Sutton, Albreda
-, minstrels, trumpeters see under Cok, Hugh; Crane, John; Duke, Nicholas; Trumpet, Thomas
-, painters see under Yarwell, John
-, smiths see under Gourney, John
-, white tawyers see under Rumbald, Nicholas
-, woolman see under Steynesworth, Richard

War, death in the army overseas see under Pole, Michael de la earl of Suffolk [at siege of Harfleur, 18 Sept. 1415]; Michael his son [at Agincourt, 25 Oct. 1415]; Strange, Alan [20 Dec. 1417]

Wills, testaments, 72, 236

Writs
-, die quo obiit, diem clausit extremum, [described simply as ‘Writ’], passim
-, execution of, 102
-, for fees (certiorari super vero valore feodorum), 92–4, 242, 543
-, melius certiorari, 575
-, melius sciri, 9, 12, 18, 29, 54, 59, 72, 83, 103, 161, 163, 166, 168, 215, 230–2, 250–1, 310, 376, 389, 469–80, 541, 565–6, 599–600, 603, 638, 653, 664, 752, 761
-, of debt, 135
-, novel disseisin, 209
-, plenius certiorari, 52, 55, 58, 159, 560, 572, 640–1, 645, 649, 746
-, plura, 10, 25, 56, 61, 228, 398, 483, 504, 840
-, precipimus, 44, 229, 762
-, supersedeas, 661
-, to assign dower, 95, 132, 247
-, to exchequer, 671
-, to give seisin, 138

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