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Index of Subjects

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

Adultery, wife accused of, 391.

Advocacio of a lord to a tenant, 422 (p. 283).

Age, how proved in Ireland, 436 (p. 335).

Baronies. See:
-, Alnwick.
-, Arsik.
-, Averenchis.
-, Baiocis.
-, Bolebek.
-, Bywell.
-, Cary.
-, Cheyndut.
-, Christchurch.
-, Crevequer.
-, Dudley.
-, Dunster.
-, Gurnay.
-, Harberton.
-, Hastings.
-, Hatch.
-, Holderness.
-, Laigle.
-, Lucy.
-, Malpas.
-, Maureward.
-, Montfichet.
-, Montgomery.
-, Nantwich.
-, Neufmarché.
-, Oily.
-, Okehampton.
-, Plympton.
-, Shipbrook.
-, Skerkenbek.
-, Tatteshall.
-, ……. See Fees; Honours.

Beaupleader, 423 (p. 291).

Bedelry, of the hundred of Christchurch, 571.

Boats, profits from, 423 (p. 304).
-, ……, a free boat (batellum) in the river Dee, 8.

Boroughs. See:
-, Berkhampstead.
-, Camelford.
-, Campden.
-, Cardiff.
-, Clifford.
-, Cowbridge.
-, Grampound.
-, Hay.
-, Henley.
-, Ilchester.
-, Launceston.
-, Liskeard.
-, Sodbury.
-, Thornbury.
-, Tintagel.
-, Tonbridge.
-, Usk.
-, Uttoxeter.
-, Wallingford.
-, Wareham.

Castle guard, 423 (pp. 304, 305), and see under names of various castles.

Castles. See:
-, Alnwick.
-, Appleby.
-, Bambrough.
-, Beaudesert.
-, Belvoir.
-, Benefield.
-, Berkhampstead.
-, Brecknock.
-, Broynllis.
-, Caerleon.
-, Caerphilly.
-, Caldicot.
-, Cardiff.
-, Carisbrooke.
-, Cause.
-, Clare.
-, Clifford.
-, Cockermouth.
-, Cortham.
-, Derby, West.
-, Devizes.
-, Dover.
-, Elmley.
-, Ewyas.
-, Eye.
-, Harptree.
-, Hastings.
-, Haverhill.
-, Hay.
-, Hedingham.
-, Heleigh.
-, Hereford.
-, Hertford.
-, Holdgate.
-, Horston.
-, Huntington.
-, Kenfig.
-, Kenilworth.
-, Kilpeck.
-, Knaresborough.
-, Lancaster.
-, Launceston.
-, Lidford.
-, London, Baynard’s Castle.
-, Ludlow.
-, Marlborough.
-, Mere.
-, Montgomery.
-, Neath.
-, Newcastle under Lyme.
-, Northampton.
-, Norwich.
-, Oakham.
-, Orford.
-, Oswestry.
-, Peak.
-, Pevensey.
-, Pickering.
-, Plympton.
-, Porchester.
-, Red Castle.
-, Rochester.
-, Rockingham.
-, St. Briavels.
-, Skipton.
-, Stortford.
-, Tamworth.
-, Tatteshall.
-, Tickhill.
-, Tintagel.
-, Tir-yr-Iarll.
-, Tonbridge.
-, Trematon.
-, Tutbury.
-, Wallingford.
-, Warwick.
-, Wigmore.
-, Worcester.
-, …… in Ireland:—
-, Dungarvan.

Centenarian, John Slene stated to be, 434.

Chaces. See:
-, Cranborne.
-, Horewood.
-, Nidderdale.
-, Sutton.

Chancellor, appearance before, to prove sanity, 614.

Chancery practice, inquisition amended, 443.

Charges on a manor, a buck yearly, 194 (p. 120).

Cheshire, custom of, as regards wardships, 194 (p. 125), 220 (p. 145).
-, ……, licensing of minstrels and harlots in, 220 (p. 145).
-, ……, serjeanty of the peace in, 195.

Chevage, head money, capitagium, chevagium, 31 (p. 24), 189.

Cissura, money paid for, 423 (p. 295).

Coal mines, 423 (pp. 290, 300).
-, …… in Scotland, 363.

Consanguinity, reason for divorce, 594.

Cornage, 93, 567, 597 (p. 449).

Court of an honour, presentments at, 604 (p. 469).

Court of Knights. See Skipton.

Courtesy of England, 194 (p. 118), 277, 278, 544 (p. 419), 592, 622.

Crebro, 408, 409.

Custom of Chester with regard to wardship, 194 (p. 125), 220 (p. 145).

Date, Thursday called ‘Parasceue,’ 60.

Divorce by reason of consanguinity, 594.

Doomsman, judicator, 157, 180.
-, ……, ……, definition of, 220 (p. 145).

Dunbar, battle of, 438.

Edward I in Gascony, 290.

English words:—
-, akerlond, 604 (p. 462).
-, alebederepe, 604 (p. 462).
-, bathselver, a rent, 31 (p. 24).
-, bedil land, the tenant whereof is bedel, 604 (p. 470).
-, bedrip, bederipis, 103, 371 (p. 239).
-, beneherthe, 371 (p. 239).
-, benes, 120.
-, billete, for testing the mesh of fishing nets, 604 (p. 460).
-, blenklond, whose tenants release men from the stocks and guard them, 604 (p. 470).
-, boneplowes, 604 (p. 470).
-, bordlond, 604 (p. 462).
-, bourgage, 469.
-, brewgable, brugavel, 604 (pp. 460, 462).
-, broche, 368.
-, broke, arable, 255.
-, bromred, 371 (p. 239).
-, broyl, 160.
-, burghrente, 604 (p. 472).
-, busage, 371 (p. 242).
-, busch, 371 (p. 246).
-, calfcroft, 474.
-, cane, a boat, 386.
-, cannerzeld, 271.
-, cherchsette, churisset, 31 (p. 24), 371 (p. 234).
-, cornbote, a ploughing custom, 354.
-, cotlond, 604 (p. 462).
-, cotsetle, 89.
-, coumale, 423 (p. 295).
-, dertlond, 604 (p. 470).
-, dongherye, a ploughing custom, 354.
-, douneland, dounelond, 371 (pp. 237, 239).
-, drinking ferthing, 544 (p. 418).
-, drinking peni, 544 (p. 418).
-, enches, customers called, 371 (p. 236).
-, ertheselver, 589.
-, ferland, the tenants whereof carry the lord’s letters, 604 (p. 470).
-, fissilvir, a custom, 422 (p. 283).
-, flesgable, 604 (p. 460).
-, flodesilver, flodesilvre, the rent of a fishery, 285 (pp. 183, 184).
-, forapelond, 604 (p. 462).
-, foresteres bone, paid by burgesses, 604 (p. 472).
-, forland, 284 (p. 182), 332.
-, freght, freight, 604 (p. 472).
-, fretofts, 604 (p. 470).
-, fryth sealver, 194 (p. 116).
-, fysfe, paid on Lady Day, 477 (p. 376).
-, gabulage, 471.
-, gaderetherde, 604 (p. 462).
-, garsanese, a pannage called, 552 (p. 424).
-, ……. See grashanese.
-, gavelacre, 369 (p. 232).
-, gavelrep, gavelerip, 103, 120, 371 (p. 239).
-, gildesilver, from merchants, 604 (p. 465).
-, grashanese, gresenese, a custom from pigs of villeins, 604 (p. 464).
-, ……, explained, 604 (p. 486).
-, gressemenlond, whose tenants guard thieves in the stocks, 604 (p. 470).
-, gressetoft, 604 (p. 470).
-, griviesland (printed grimesland), the tenant whereof is reeve, 604 (p. 470).
-, hallemote, 472 (p. 356).
-, harewing herye, a custom, 354.
-, hawelond, 604 (p. 462).
-, ……, held by the shepherd, 604 (p. 470).
-, haywardwik, 194 (p. 126), 263 (p. 166).
-, hirdelpeny, 371 (p. 242).
-, hockzou, a rent, 31 (p. 23).
-, hordurnsalt, 408, 409.
-, housselou, houselore, 636, 637.
-, hundredessilver, 316.
-, hundredshot, 589.
-, intaks, 604 (p. 470).
-, kisingland, 604 (p. 470).
-, lingpeny, 371 (p. 242).
-, links, le lynkes, herbage called, 386.
-, loksilver, 524.
-, londgovel, 476 (p. 373).
-, ‘loth’ of a mine, 10.
-, lovebene, lovebones, 354, 423 (p. 291).
-, lyng, heather, called, 368.
-, medeshipe, a custom, 604 (p. 464).
-, molemen, 209 (p. 135).
-, moninday (monday) man, who owes 52 days’ work, 422 (p. 283).
-, netepeny, 371 (p. 236).
-, palstedis gavel, palstedesgavel, 636, 637.
-, parpoynt, 14.
-, permeyns (species of pear), 589.
-, puffons (puffins), 604 (p. 458).
-, quernegavel, 371 (p. 238).
-, rodales, 472 (p. 357).
-, rostwode, rostwod, 103, 371 (p. 239).
-, schirevestod, 497.
-, schirrefftothe, schirrefftuth, 475 (pp. 369, 370).
-, scotmust, a rent, 31 (p. 24).
-, scottale, a custom of merchants, 604 (p. 459).
-, sewakepeny, 348.
-, shafhteles (eels), 543 (p. 416).
-, sheppeny—money for common of pasture, 329.
-, shepsilver, 580.
-, shereveyeld, an aid called, 371 (p. 238).
-, sicsewarde, 423 (p. 293).
-, slatterbon, a custom, 192.
-, smale intaks, 604 (p. 470).
-, smithland, whose tenants are the lord’s smiths, 604 (p. 470).
-, sokemen, 209 (p. 135).
-, a ‘stal’ in the river Dee, 8.
-, stanegrist, from a mill, 604 (p. 459).
-, stocgable, 604 (p. 460).
-, streyeld, 533.
-, syas, 34.
-, tangable, 604 (p. 460).
-, tethyngpeny, 422 (p. 282).
-, thystelthack, 472 (p. 357).
-, tolcestre, tollestre, money from brewing, 423 (p. 297), 604 (p. 464).
-, tolstok, 194 (p. 122).
-, triding, 325.
-, twertnyk, twertnyt, a liberty so called, 408, 409.
-, upland, 255.
-, wardfe, 497.
-, wardpany, wardpanes, wardepanes (ward penny), 371 (p. 237), 422 (p. 282), 455.
-, ……, due on Whitsunday, 588.
-, warlant, a kind of land, 75 (p. 56).
-, wateles, 103.
-, waterbederepe, 604 (p. 462).
-, waterbones, 423 (p. 291).
-, watergavel, 275.
-, watergenges, 470.
-, waytefee, waytefe, 594.
-, ……, of Norwich castle, 30.
-, waytemete, vaytemete, 204, 349, 375 (pp. 369, 370), 497.
-, waytepeny, 603 (p. 454).
-, werchgavels, 371 (p. 238).
-, werchlond, 371 (p. 238).
-, werklond, 604 (p. 462).
-, werktoftes, 604 (p. 470).
-, wodefoyer, a custom, 209 (p. 135).
-, wodehalpens, 604 (p. 471).
-, wodehome, 406.
-, wodeledepeny, 371 (p. 242).
-, wodelode, 270.
-, wodepany, wodepeny, 371 (pp. 240, 242), 406.
-, workmen, villeins called, 209 (p. 135).
-, wytnesman, 607.
-, yolbrewing, a custom, 472 (p. 357).

Exchequer, memoranda of, 204, 335.
-, ……, recommendation that certain extents be enrolled there, 246.
-, ……, writ emanating from, 330.

Fairs. See:
-, Ashbourne.
-, Bradninch.
-, Bridgewater.
-, Buckenham.
-, Caerleon.
-, Camelford.
-, Cardiff.
-, Clare.
-, Colyton.
-, Cowbridge.
-, Crewkerne.
-, Dunham.
-, Glanford Brigg.
-, Haughley.
-, Henley.
-, Higham Ferrers.
-, Kenfig.
-, Lavenham.
-, Lidford.
-, Liverpool.
-, Llantwit.
-, Machynlleth.
-, Okehampton.
-, Orton.
-, Petherton, South.
-, Prittlewell.
-, Rockingham.
-, Shapwick (numdine).
-, Sodbury.
-, Tetbury.
-, Trellech.
-, Usk.
-, Uttoxeter.
-, Walsingham.
-, Wilton.

Faldage, defined, 604 (p. 471).

Farm, land let, ad altam firman, 209 (p. 135), 277.

Fees, Welsh, 371 (p. 247).

Fees. See:
-, Clare.
-, Curtys.
-, Kilpeck.
-, Mansel.
-, Wem.
-, ……. See Baronies; Honours.

Fees of Mortain. See Mortain.

Fee farm, lands, the bailiff of the hundred keeps escheat of, 40.

Ferries, 604 (p. 456).
-, ……. See:
-, Contedene.
-, Exmouth.
-, Holewelle.
-, Humber.
-, Liverpool.
-, Sculcoates.
-, Teignmouth.
-, Thames.
-, Trent.

Fisheries, 29, 65 (p. 47), 120, 156 (p. 98), 194 (pp. 116, 121), 266, 267, 284, 417 (p. 279), 433, 476 (p. 372), 477 (p. 375), 494, 507, 517, 520, 537, 579, 604 (pp. 460, 461, 465, 471).
-, ……, a fishery called ‘tractus’ (with a draw net?), 285 (p. 184).
-, ……. See:
-, Amersham.
-, Ancholm.
-, Avon.
-, Brante.
-, Dove.
-, Dunham.
-, Ivel.
-, Lachemere.
-, Lynher.
-, Ouse.
-, Severn.
-, Stour.
-, Taff.
-, Tamar.
-, Tame.
-, Trent.
-, Wareham.
-, Welland.
-, Witham.
-, Wye.

Fishing, the right of testing the mesh of nets in Whittlesea mere, 604 (p. 461).

Folds, liberty of, 371 (p. 242).

Ford for timber carts, 423 (p. 302).

Forests. See:
-, Bernwood.
-, Bleasdale.
-, Caergriffith.
-, Cannock.
-, Dartmoor.
-, Dean.
-, Derby.
-, Duffield.
-, Fulwode.
-, Haywode.
-, Huglith.
-, Kingscliffe.
-, Lancaster.
-, Macclesfield.
-, Malvern.
-, Morf.
-, Myerscough.
-, Needwood.
-, New forest.
-, Old forest.
-, Peak.
-, Petherton.
-, Pickering.
-, Salcey.
-, Savernake.
-, Selwood.
-, Windsor.
-, Wychwood.
-, Wyresdale.

Free marriage, gift in, 412.

Guild, Gihalda, 604 (p. 457).

Gypsum, francum plastrum, mine for, 362 (p. 220).

Half blood, case of, 9.

Heriot, unium bovem meliorem, 340.

Hermit, 604 (p. 458).

Hidage, 267.

Hide of land, extent of, 404.

Holy Land, journey to the, 65 (p. 47).

Honours. See:
-, Albemarle.
-, Belvoir.
-, Boulogne.
-, Berkhampstead.
-, Camel.
-, Chester.
-, Cranborne.
-, Hatfield Peverel.
-, Haughley.
-, Lancaster.
-, Helyon.
-, Kilpeck.
-, Knaresborough.
-, Laigle.
-, Leicester.
-, Mandeville.
-, Montgomery.
-, Okehampton.
-, Peverel.
-, Plympton.
-, Rayleigh.
-, St. Valery.
-, Skipton.
-, Tickhill.
-, Tutbury,
-, Wallingford.
-, Wight.
-, ……. See Fees; Baronies.

Hospitallers, congregation of, 35.
-, ……. See (Index of Persons and Places) St. John of Jerusalem.

Household, royal, serjeant at mace, 81.

Hundred, the lesser, 191.

Inborwe and uteborwe, 58.

Inquisition, name of person suing, given 315.

Jews, converted, 506.

Judicator. See Doomsman.

Kenilworth, dictum of, 29 (p. 19).

Kylth, custom called, in Herefordshire, 43.

Lardarium at Martinmas, 189.

Leper hospitals. See Seaford; Wilton.

Liberties, infangthief, outfangthief, gallows, tumberel, pillory and view, 604 (p. 462).

Liberties, Territorial. See:
-, Archenfield.
-, Beverley.
-, Embleton.
-, Ewyas Lacy.
-, Portsmouth.
-, Tyndale.

Lime tree bark, profits of sale of, 423 (p. 302).

Livery of robes, 615.

Manerettum, 367 (pp. 229, 230).

Marriage, purchase of, 483.

Markets. See:
-, Ashbourne.
-, Bardfield.
-, Bletchingley.
-, Bosworth.
-, Brastead.
-, Bridgwater.
-, Buckenham.
-, Caerleon.
-, Castle Rising.
-, Chesham.
-, Chulmleigh.
-, Clare.
-, Colyton.
-, Cowbridge.
-, Crewkerne.
-, Dunham.
-, Glanford Brigg.
-, Haughley.
-, Hedingham.
-, Henley.
-, Higham Ferrers.
-, Hungerford.
-, Hunmanby.
-, Kirton.
-, Lavenham.
-, Leicester.
-, Liverpool.
-, Llanidloes.
-, Llantwit.
-, Newbury.
-, Odell.
-, Okehampton.
-, Ongar.
-, Petherton, South.
-, Popes Hall.
-, Sodbury.
-, Tetbury.
-, Tewkesbury.
-, Thaxted.
-, Trellech.
-, Usk.
-, Uttoxeter.
-, Walsingham.
-, Wareham.
-, Welshpool.
-, Whitchurch.
-, Wickham Market.
-, Wilton.
-, Woodhall.

Measures and weights, moyis of wine, 589.
-, ……, muis of iron, 561.
-, ……, sticks of eels, 103, 543 (p. 416).
-, ……, summe of salt, 75 (p. 57).

Metehamos, 604 (p. 463).

Mills.
-, horse mill (molendinum equinum), 276.
-, fulling, 65 (p. 45), 285 (p. 185), 422 (p. 282), 423 (p. 291).
-, tanning, 407 (p. 369).

Mines.
-, coal, 423 (pp. 290, 300).
-, ……, in Scotland, 363.
-, gypsum (pro franco plastro), 362 (p. 220).
-, iron, 561, 604 (p. 472).
-, lead, 423 (p. 300), 472 (p. 358), 503.

Money, by weight and tale, 423 (p. 291).

Mortain, little fees of, 143, 191, 194 (p. 125), 263, 282, 316, 356, 386, 392, 423 (pp. 301, 309), 603 (p. 456).

Motte, at Pool, 560.

Nails, clavi steci, 371 (p. 242).

Names, unusual Christian names.
-, Aliamus, 473.
-, Amydonia, 173.
-, Auda, 510.
-, Basilia, 154.
-, Benevenue, 202.
-, Dervorgoil, 142.
-, Desiderata, 238.
-, Engerolf, 536.
-, Gacius, 26.
-, Galiena, 232.
-, Godehuda, 566.
-, Gundreda, 558.
-, Gyliana, 440.
-, Jenoveva, 31 (p. 29).
-, Jerman, 419.
-, Junianus, 525.
-, Matthia, 142, 143.
-, Mazera, 29, 279.
-, Merouda, 333.
-, Meyler, 536.
-, Ridel, 29 (p. 21).
-, Scolacia, 490.
-, Staza or Staci, 65 (p. 46), 194 (p. 119).
-, Talebot, 207 (p. 132).

Nickname, Rus. See Gaugy.

Normans, lands of, 80.

Norwich estimation of value of a church, 513.

Oven, common, 423 (p. 302).

Pass, Passagium, through hills, 195, 376, 536.

Peat moor, 362 (p. 220).

Perinplementum, 423 (p. 300).

Pilgrimage to St. Thomas of Canterbury, 618.
-, …… to Santiago, 430, 487, 618.

Plaster of Paris, gypsum, francum plastrum, mine for, 362 (p. 220).

Plough shares, rents of, 271.

Plough wheels, 271.

Pontage, 190.

Potters at Hanley Castle, 371 (p. 240).

Proofs of age coram rege, 427, 429, 430, 431, 432, 435, 483, 484.

Proofs of age in Ireland, note concerning, 436.

Protectio, in protectione, 423 (p. 297).

Puture, of foresters, 604 (p. 473).

Quarry, for millstones, 423 (p. 300), 604 (p. 486).

Relevet, Relevette, king’s court of, in Kent, 270, 470, 556.

Rere—county of Lincoln, 423 (pp. 316–317).

Riding or trithing court, 540.
-, …… of the North Riding, 472 (pp. 356, 357).
-, …… at Kraychou, 476 (p. 373).

Salt, pit, boilery and leads, 477 (p. 375).
-, ……, summe of, 75 (p. 57).

Saltpits, 65 (p. 47).

Sanity, proof of, 614.

Schools, at Lincoln, 437.

Scots, devastations by, 423 (pp. 304, 305), 559, 597 (p. 449).

Scots, war with, 423 (p. 305).

Seal, inquisition sent sub pede sigilli, 176.

Serjeanties, commuted, 113.
-, ……, …… by Robert Passelewe, 37.
-, ……, changed to socage, 467.

Serjeanty of Sandiacre, 495.

Services:—
-, castle guard. See under the names of the various castles.
-, in the army, personal:
-, bearing the king’s standard in the van of the army when the king goes through Montgomery into Wales, and being chief constable of the foot men of Salop, 239, 240.
-, being with Robert de Plecy in the Welsh war with horse, iron bacinet and hauberk, 194 (p. 117).
-, such services with arms and men in war time as the king may reasonably require, 65 (p. 45).
-, in the army, finding:
-, man with barded horse when the king comes— serjeanty commuted for 24s. yearly, 134.
-, an esquire in the king’s war 20 days, 339.
-, an esquire armed for 40 days, 146.
-, a man with barded horse, 313.
-, a man and barded horse in army 40 days in war time, 599.
-, a man with horse and sack for clothes 15 days at own charges, 160.
-, a horseman for 40 days in the king’s army with haqueton, hauberk, neck piece, iron cap and sword, 19.
-, a man with horse, habergeon, iron cap and lance 40 days at own costs; or paying 20s. for scutage, 50.
-, a serjeant on horseback 40 days in the king’s army, 555.
-, a serjeant in the king’s army in lineis armis 40 days at own charges, 27.
-, 2 knights with the king’s army 40 days at own charges, 54.
-, 2 esquires with horses and arms 40 days at own costs or longer at king’s costs, 192.
-, four of the 12 footmen due from Weaverham in the army for 40 days in war time, 220 (p. 145).
-, a man 40 days with bow and arrow at own cost with the king in England and Wales, 96.
-, 2 knights in the army for 40 days for the barony of Okehampton, 31 (p. 25).
-, a man on foot with bow and 3 arrows when the king goes to war in Wales, remaining till the 3 arrows are shot &c., 115.
-, 2 footmen 40 days in the army in Wales to guard a small pavilion, 37.
-, 12 men on foot in army in Wales at own charges for one day, 194 (p. 121).
-, a man with bow and 3 arrows with a bolt with the king in Wales in war time, who shall follow at his own cost until the arrows be shot &c., 87.
-, a man with bow and arrows and another with a lance with army in Wales 40 days, 194 (p. 121).
-, a moiety of an armed man with unbarded horse 40 days in Wales, 323.
-, a horseman armed in the king’s army in Wales 5 days, 373.
-, an esquire armed in the king’s army in Wales and for keeping the forest of Savernake, 274.
-, a horseman in the army in Wales in time of war, 194 (p. 121).
-, a horseman in the army in Wales in war time 40 days, 194 (p. 121).
-, a man with horse and hauberk in the army in Wales 40 days, 220 (p. 144).
-, a horse worth 5s. a sack and ‘broche’ worth 4d. in the king’s army in Wales, 368.
-, 4 knights’ fees with the king in Wales or 4 men with horses and arms, 406.
-, three knights in Wales 40 days at own charges, 29 (p. 18).
-, in the king’s courts and households:
-, being constable of England, 552 (p. 425).
-, butler’s service, 476 (p. 373).
-, being usher of the king’s hall, 22.
-, serjeanty of being buyer of the king’s kitchen and keeper of his larder, 251.
-, serjeanty of being the king’s dispenser, 249.
-, serving in the king’s spence, 65 (p. 48), 194 (p. 120).
-, serjeanty of the king’s spit (hastalarie), 182, 183.
-, keeping the king’s spit, 343.
-, laying a cloth on the king’s table on Christmas day, 477 (p. 376).
-, giving the king water for washing his hands on Christmas day, for which the basin and towel is a perquisite, 49.
-, being marshal of the women following the king’s household, 635.
-, being the queen’s chamberlain, 367 (pp. 228, 230).
-, connected with the coronation:
-, finding a dish of maupygernon on the day of the king’s coronation, 18.
-, holding a towel before the king on the day of his coronation, 164.
-, connected with forests:
-, grand serjeanty of being keeper of the king’s forest of Cannock, 593.
-, keeping Buckholt wood and Clarendon forest, 442.
-, finding a footman with bow and arrows to keep the forest of Dean, 46.
-, keeping the bailiwick of Stanton in the forest of Dean on foot with a groom, 308.
-, serjeanty of keeping the Peak forest, 135.
-, keeping the forest of the Peak, 223.
-, keeping the forest of High Peak, 503.
-, being chief forester in Salop, 15.
-, keeping the hays of Haycrust and Bushmoor, 512.
-, being forester in fee of Sutgrave wood, 216.
-, keeping the eyries of hawks in Inglewood forest, 230.
-, connected with hunting:
-, finding a huntsman with a limer, 423 (p. 301).
-, a salmon and 3 arrows when the king hunts on Exmoor, 144.
-, hunting the wolf, fox and badger, serjeanty, otherwise described as taking the hare, fox, cat and wolf in counties named, 418.
-, hunting the wolf in Hampshire, 388.
-, three arrows when the king hunts on Exmoor or Dartmoor, 382.
-, taking charge of the king’s infirm dogs when the king hunts on Blackmoor, 111.
-, connected with hawks:
-, mewing a goshawk, 103.
-, mewing a goshawk and finding bearers for two of the king’s goshawks, 165.
-, mewing a lanner falcon, 96.
-, carrying a lanner falcon at the king’s court &c. (details given), 10.
-, carrying and keeping 2 goshawks, a serjeanty changed to socage, 467.
-, serjeanty of Hortrugg of keeping one of the king’s goshawks, 276.
-, keeping the eyries of hawks in Inglewood Forest, 230.
-, local:
-, Alton, co. Staff., finding a man 40 days in the castle in war time, 126.
-, Brecknock, ward at the castle with barded horse when there is war between the king and prince of Wales, 544 (p. 420).
-, Brecknock, finding 5 1/2 barded horses 40 days for guard of the castle, 544 (p. 420).
-, Brecknock, finding barded horses in the castle 40 days in war time, 552 (p. 426).
-, Carisbrooke, coming to take venison at Carisbrooke (more fully described), 404.
-, Chepstow, being constable, 404.
-, Cheshire, finding a doomsman in the county and an armed horseman twice yearly at the fair of Chester to keep the peace, 180.
-, Cheshire, guarding the roads in the time of Chester fair, 280 (p. 178).
-, Cheshire, finding ten serjeants to keep the peace in the county, 280 (p. 177), 281, 376.
-, Chester, being steward of Chester, 408, 409.
-, West Derby, the master serjeanty of Derby wapentake, co. Lanc. (described), 423 (p. 299).
-, Devizes, guard in the castle for 40 days, 34.
-, Doddleston, 2 footmen to guard the castle, 220 (p. 145).
-, Dover, finding a man with horse and arms in the castle 40 days in war time, 636.
-, Halton, finding a doomsman at the court, 220 (pp. 144, 145).
-, Halton, finding a suitor at the court &c., 220 (p. 144).
-, Hay, keeping the bailiwick, 543 (p. 418).
-, Huntington, finding a footman with bow and arrows in the castle in war time, 552 (p. 425).
-, Kirton, making the wall and great gate of the manor, 604 (p. 471).
-, Lancaster, being carpenter in fee of the castle, 423 (p. 295).
-, Lancaster, finding a carpenter in the castle (details), 423 (p. 394).
-, Laxton, 12d. for lighting the cross in the church, 424.
-, Leicester, repairing the mill pond, 423 (p. 311).
-, Ludlow, finding a horseman there 40 days at own changes, 194 (p. 121).
-, Macclesfield, finding a doomsman in the court, 157.
-, Macclesfield, finding puture for the Serjeants, 158.
-, Montgomery, finding a horseman there in war time 40 days, 194 (p. 122).
-, Montgomery, finding 2 horsemen there for 40 days, 194 (p. 121).
-, Montgomery, finding 2 men with bows and arrows in war time, at the castle, 65 (p. 50).
-, Montgomery, finding a barded horse 20 days in the castle in war time, 361.
-, Montgomery, finding a man in Wales for a day and night for the guard of Montgomery Castle, with bow and arrows, 631.
-, Montgomery, 2 knights in war time at Montgomery, 65 (p. 50).
-, Newcastle, finding a man on foot there 40 days at own cost, 423 (p. 290).
-, Norwich, finding a man in the castle with a crossbow. for 40 days, 342.
-, Oswestry, one knight at, 115.
-, Oswestry, keeping guard at the castle 40 days with man and horse, 512.
-, Oswestry, a man in the castle with unbarded horse, habergeon, iron cap and lance 6 weeks when there is war between England and Wales, 172.
-, Porchester, doing guard in the castle with one man 8 days in war time, 138.
-, Porchgster, finding a man in the castle for 8 days with ‘parpoynt,’ steel cap and lance, 14.
-, Redesdale, guarding the moor, 262.
-, Redesdale, watch on Gilbert de Umframvile’s moor in Redesdale in the fence month, 399.
-, Tamworth, finding coal and litter for the king’s chamber when he comes to Tamworth, 29 (p. 20).
-, Tyrley, a man on foot there with bow and arrows 15 days when there is war between England and Wales, 172.
-, Wallingford, finding 2 men at arms in the castle in war time, one for 40 and the other for 20 days, 276.
-, Weaverham, finding a doomsman at the court of Weaverham (defined), 220 (p. 145).
-, Welshpool, a man in Wales at the Motte of Pool with bow &c. for a day and night, 560.
-, Wem, a man with bow and arrows there in war time, 115.
-, Wigmore, doing guard in the castle with a barded horse 40 days, 291.
-, Wigmore, finding a horseman 40 days, 291.
-, Woodstock park, mowing &c. and strewing ivy for deer there, 116.
-, York, finding a sixth part of a crossbowman 40 days at own charges and after at king’s, 327.
-, York, finding a moiety of a crossbowman in time of war in the castle, 341.
-, miscellaneous:
-, turning a spit, 167.
-, keeping a dog 40 days, 262.
-, 12d. yearly for keeping a dog, 399.
-, riding with Roger de Baskervile in Shropshire on his own horse at his lord’s charges, 155.
-, riding in the service of the prior of Newent, 383.
-, finding the earl of Lincoln a man with horse and hauberk 40 days &c., 220 (p. 145).
-, carrying the king’s writs from Kingston to Hereford, 511.
-, keeping the distraints for the green wax, 228.
-, appearing before the justices in eyre in Bedfordshire, 412.
-, to shoe the king’s palfrey when he comes to Mansfield (details given) and find an esquire 40 days with a horse in war in Wales, 252.
-, summoning the bishop of Hereford at Bromyard, 257.
-, being bailiff in fee for making attachments for the crown and the lord, 423 (pp. 293–4).
-, conveying the king’s treasure from Hereford to London, 295, 333.
-, conveying the king’s treasure from Hereford to London (details given), 257.
-, carrying treasure from Hereford Castle to the Tower of London, 511.
-, being at the king’s Parliament at Rhyd-y-ware and at the ford of Severn and giving his best weapon when he dies, 293.
-, serving on the day of the archbishop of Canterbury’s enthronement, 371 (p. 238).
-, placing the first dish before the archbishop of Canterbury after his enthronement, 371 (p. 239).
-, finding food for foresters, land Serjeants and serjeants, 457.
-, food for Serjeants and witnesman, 607.
-, serjeanty of collecting the queen’s wool, 518.
-, petty serjeanty, 534.
-, the nature of quit rents:
-, a barbed arrow, 207 (p. 131).
-, an arrow at Christmas, 594.
-, 2 arrows, 207 (p. 131).
-, 2 barbed arrows, 8, 29 (p. 21).
-, 6 barbed arrows, 544 (p. 419).
-, 7 barbed arrow, 477 (p. 376).
-, 12 barbed arrows worth 5d., 422 (p. 283).
-, 20 arrows yearly at the exchequer, 140.
-, six dozen arrows, 423 (p. 302).
-, a bow, 423 (p. 302).
-, a bow of viburnum (arcum auburneum), 604 (p. 467 bis).
-, 2 crossbows yearly, 423 (p. 292).
-, rendering a lance, 218.
-, spurs, 207 (p. 131), 423 (p. 302).
-, gilt spurs, 5, 8, 28, 30, 61, 65 (p. 49), 194 (pp. 120, 121, 125), 245, 283 (p. 181), 397, 407 (p. 269), 411, 422 (p. 283), 543 (p. 416), 594, 625.
-, a pair of iron spurs, 15.
-, a sparrow hawk, 156 (p. 98), 194 (p. 122), 422 (p. 286), 423 (p. 302), 528.
-, a sparrowhawk or 2s., 422 (p 282), 602.
-, 12d. in lieu of a moiety of a sparrowhawk, 390.
-, a sore sparrowhawk, 13, 17, 105, 112, 141 (p. 89). 535, 590.
-, a sore sparrowhawk at Carlisle, 83.
-, a sore sparrowhawk at the gule of August and a mewed sparrowhawk on All Saints day, 417.
-, a whole sparrowhawk, 582.
-, a sparrowhawk or 2s., 602.
-, a brachet hound, 423 (p. 317).
-, a brachet hound—commuted at the exchequer, 297.
-, a greyhound, 604 (p. 458).
-, a rose, 21, 65 (p. 47), 94, 97, 118, 180, 181, 185, 194 (p. 122), 207 (p. 131), 339, 400, 490, 581.
-, 4 roses yearly, 118.
-, a chaplet of roses, 30, 358, 475 (p. 370), 544 (p. 418).
-, a garland of roses, 543 (p. 417).
-, a clove (clavus gariofili), 5, 25, 50, 65 (p. 47), 145, 185, 190, 207 (p. 132), 209 (p. 135), 218, 256, 400, 475 (p. 370).
-, a peppercorn, 65 (p. 47), 475 (p. 371), 543 (p. 417).
-, a root of ginger, 185.
-, a pair of gloves, 16, 280 (p. 177), 376, 524.
-, gloves worth 1d., 422 (p. 283).
-, white gloves, 5, 8, 50, 473, 635 (p. 505).
-, 2 pairs of gloves, 180, 536.
-, 6 pairs of gloves, 180, 181.
-, scarlet hose, 364.
-, 1/2oz. silk, 510.
-, a needle, 385.
-, geese, 423 (p. 302).
-, curlew and mallards, 556.
-, 300 eels, 245.
-, 2,000 herrings, 245.
-, 100 lampreys and 50 smelts, 368.
-, 300 puffins, 604 (p. 458).
-, two mues (moyis) of wine and 200 permeyns 589.
-, ploughs and hoes 357.
-, ploughshares, a knife and arrows, 371 (p. 236).
-, 12d. instead of a palfrey, 423 (p. 291).
-, wax, 24.
-, villein:
-, cottars, shearing sheep, 362 (p. 221).
-, 2 thongs for dogs, 335.
-, finding iron for ploughs of manor and shoeing the fore feet of a beast, 291.

Sokes. See:
-, Horston.
-, Kirton.
-, Knaresborough.
-, Wyke.

Sparrow hawks, eyries of, 285 (p. 183), 371 (p. 246).

Stewardship of Chester in fee, 408, 409.

Storm at sea, in, 15 Edward I, 105.

Stud farm, 604 (p. 458).

Suicide, law of inheritance and escheat, 35.

Swanymot, 4.

Tenures, Drengage, 47.

Tin, 604 (p. 457).

Tolbooth, Tolboth. See Lynn.

Usurpation, by earls of Cornwall, 371 (p. 251).

Virgate, services due from, 406.

Wapentake fine, 357.

War of David, brother of Llewelin, 431.

Wardship, custom of Chester regarding, 194 (p. 124).

Ware of land, 423 (p. 290).

Warren, 271.

Wax, rent of, 24.

Welshry, tenure by, 492.

Women, examination of widow by, 361.

Wreck, 469 (p. 354).

Writ, emanating from the exchequer, course of, 330.
-, ……, returnable at the exchequer, 335.
-, ……, mort dauncestor, 29 (p. 19).