Index of Subjects

Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 4, Edward I. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1913.

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J E E S Sharp. A E Stamp, 'Index of Subjects', Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 4, Edward I, (London, 1913), pp. 505-511. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol4/pp505-511 [accessed 19 June 2024].

J E E S Sharp. A E Stamp. "Index of Subjects", in Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 4, Edward I, (London, 1913) 505-511. British History Online, accessed June 19, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol4/pp505-511.

Sharp, J E E S. Stamp, A E. "Index of Subjects", Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem: Volume 4, Edward I, (London, 1913). 505-511. British History Online. Web. 19 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/inquis-post-mortem/vol4/pp505-511.

Index of Subjects

Ale, prise of, 434 (p. 294).

Baronies. See:
-, Albemarle.
-, Allerdale.
-, Alnwick.
-, Bayeux.
-, Bedford.
-, Belvoir.
-, Berry Pomeroy.
-, Chilham.
-, Clun.
-, Crevequer.
-, Folkestone.
-, Gaunt.
-, Gurney.
-, Limesie.
-, Montfichet.
-, Redeburn.
-, Radnor.
-, Scoteny.
-, Shelford.
-, Sherborne.
-, Torrington.
-, Tateshale.
-, Wahull.
-, Wigmore.
-, ……. See Honours.

Books used as registers:—
-, a missal, 238.

Boroughs. See:
-, Arundel.
-, Blatchingley.
-, Brastead.
-, Bungay.
-, Chepstow.
-, Hedon.
-, Helston.
-, Petersfield.
-, Radnor.
-, Skelton.
-, Stogursey.
-, Truro.
-, Wareham.
-, Weymouth.

Bread, panis de exennio, 421.

Bread and Ale, given to the lord when he visits Wymondham Priory, 391 (p. 265).

Castles See:
-, Arundel.
-, Belvoir.
-, Blaenlynfi.
-, Bridgnorth.
-, Bridgwater.
-, Buckenham.
-, Buckingham.
-, Bungay.
-, Caerphilly.
-, Cefnllys.
-, Chepstow.
-, Christchurch.
-, Clare.
-, Clun.
-, Cockermouth.
-, Devizes.
-, Dinas Powis.
-, Elvetham.
-, Eye.
-, Eynesford.
-, Framlingham
-, Hereford.
-, Holdgate.
-, Kendal.
-, Kenfig.
-, Launceston.
-, Leybourne.
-, Llanbedr Istradwy.
-, Llangibby.
-, Llantrisant.
-, London, Baynard’s Castle.
-, Mitford.
-, Neath.
-, Newport.
-, Norwich.
-, Oswestry.
-, Radnor.
-, Rhayader.
-, Richard’s Castle.
-, Rochester.
-, Rockingham.
-, St. Briavell’s.
-, St. Fagan’s.
-, Shrawardine.
-, Skelton.
-, Skipsea.
-, Skipton.
-, Stapleton.
-, Stogursey.
-, Talyfan.
-, Tattershall.
-, Tinboeth.
-, Tonbridge.
-, Usk.
-, Wigmore.
-, Warwick.
-, Worcester.
-, ……, in Ireland:—
-, Ballymaddon.
-, Callan.
-, Carlow.
-, Fermaill.
-, Kilkenny.
-, Offarclan.

Charge on a manor:—
-, keeping a lamp burning in the church, 44 (p. 24).

Chiltern hundreds, four and a half, 317.

Courtesy of England, 5, 17, 26, 45 (p. 25), 81, 86, 98 (p. 64), 103, 135, 144, 148, 205, 309, 317, 419.

Court of Knights, at Skipton, 307.

Customs:—
-, manorial:
-, marriage, 457 (p. 340).
-, sale of beasts, 457 (p. 340).
-, sale of horses, 434 (p. 295).
-, villein, each tenant has as much hay as he can raise on the point of his scythe, 434 (p. 291).
-, of borough of Chepstow, 434 (p. 294).
-, of Hedon, as to liberty of bequeathing burgage, 148.
-, of inheritance of Stamford, 155.
-, of Kent, as to widow and gavelkind, 159.
-, money due doubled every week if not paid, 157.

Dates, carniprivium, 435 (p. 314).

Earldom, fourth part of, 90 (p. 51).

English words:—
-, austage, 457 (p. 342).
-, bedderipp, 27.
-, bedelrye, 434 (p. 293).
-, benherthe, beinerth, 435 (pp. 314, 315), 437 (p. 340).
-, borghyard, 435 (p. 315).
-, bosag, a custom, 309.
-, bosage, 391 (p. 258).
-, breumale, 118.
-, burghrizt, borghryst, 457 (p. 342).
-, castelwarde, castleward, 7, 43.
-, cay (quay), 434 (p. 297).
-, cherched, a boonwork, 434 (p. 295).
-, chypynggavel, 435 (p. 312).
-, couselver, 435 (p. 314).
-, cuzeld, 98 (p. 64).
-, ferdells of land, 226.
-, ferthendells, of land, 226.
-, feyrepanes, 435 (p. 314).
-, fulstale, 435 (p. 321).
-, garsanese, a custom, 235 (p. 157).
-, gavelherthe, gavelherth, 145, 435 (p. 314).
-, ……. See Govilerth.
-, gavelhey, 274.
-, gavelrepe, govilrepe, 434 (p. 293).
-, gavelrip, 434 (p. 292).
-, gerfauk, 109.
-, gershase, pannage called, 220.
-, gersherthe, grashurthe, graseurthe (ploughing at), 159, 161.
-, ……, paid by free tenants on every carucate, 90 (p. 53).
-, govilerth, 434 (p. 293).
-, ……. See Gavelherthe.
-, gresmen, tenants called, 215.
-, gressilver, 163 (p. 104).
-, gult, a custom at St. Andrew’s Day, 230.
-, heckes, for taking fish, 45 (p. 25).
-, henshere, a custom, 98 (p. 64).
-, herdselver, 435 (p. 317).
-, hervestwerk, 109.
-, heywardpeny, 434 (p. 293).
-, hordereyeld, horderyeld, horderezeld, due at hundred court, 457 (p. 342).
-, hundershot (hundred scot), 358.
-, hundredselver, 161.
-, larderselver, due at Martinmas, 431.
-, lastage, 109.
-, lauwedaye, 224.
-, lawe sithe, 435 (p. 322).
-, leirwyte, defined, 434 (p. 295).
-, …… leyrwite, 235 (p. 162).
-, lesegos, a goose called, 457 (p. 341).
-, leyrwite. See Leirwyte.
-, luscop, 391 (p. 258).
-, maltselver, maltsilver, 163 (p. 104), 435 (p. 317).
-, medselvel, 435 (p. 315).
-, medshep, a sheep received in return for mowing, 434 (p. 295).
-, medueselver, 431.
-, melleselver, 435 (p. 314).
-, mershsilver, 391 (p. 258).
-, morfeyh, 235 (p. 161).
-, motfee, 434 (p. 293).
-, opelonde, upland, 435 (p. 315).
-, parkselver, 435 (p. 318).
-, Peteres peny, petrespani, 102, 324.
-, pitte, of coals, 435 (p. 324).
-, querngavel, 435 (p. 314).
-, Rokmonenday in the quinzaine of Easter, 110.
-, rostwode, 435 (p. 315).
-, saltselver, 224.
-, schirefgeld, 7.
-, schirrefstoth, 424.
-, scorfe, 91 (p. 56).
-, scotmust, a custom, 93.
-, stretpanes, 435 (p. 315).
-, ……, due from burgesses at midsummer, 435 (p. 314).
-, stretwarde, 235 (p. 161).
-, sursise, 157.
-, swynyeld, 435 (p. 318).
-, trede the dyve, 435 (p. 312).
-, vodderpenes, a custom, 97 (p. 63).
-, waitefe, waite, 320.
-, ……. See waytefe.
-, waracres, 36.
-, wardepens, wardepans, wardpanes, 157, 227.
-, wardpeny (of the hundred of Chadlington), 435 (p. 311).
-, waterbedrip, 434 (p. 292).
-, waytefe, 236 (p. 169).
-, ……. See waitefe.
-, wercpeny or warcpeny, 309.
-, weygavel, 435 (p. 323).
-, wodehen, hen called, 434 (p. 295).
-, wodehennes, 457 (p. 340).
-, worthfe, 13.
-, wydecokkes, wytecokes (woodcocks), 369, 388.
-, wytnesmane, 421.
-, yochalwaker, 109.

Exchequer, enquiry among the books and rolls, 106.

Fairs. See:
-, Bampton.
-, Blatchingley.
-, Buckenham.
-, Buckingham.
-, Bungay.
-, Chester.
-, Fairford.
-, Hollesley.
-, Huntspill.
-, Kenfig.
-, Llanbleiddian.
-, Llanilid.
-, Llantrisant.
-, Marlow.
-, Martock.
-, Radnor.
-, Rothwell.
-, Stogursey.
-, Tilbury.
-, Uffculme.
-, Walton, co. Suff.
-, Wareham.
-, Wigmore.
-, …… in Ireland. See:
-, Kilkenny.

Fee. See:
-, Baynard.
-, ……. See Baronies; Honours.

Ferry over the Aire, 45 (p. 26).
-, …… over Trent, 80.
-, ……. See:
-, Littlehampton.
-, Rustington.
-, Trent.

Fish, prise of, 434 (p. 294).

Fisheries, 22, 91 (p. 57), 92, 109, 121 (p. 80), 163 (p. 104), 235 (p. 157), 236 (p. 169), 434 (p. 293), 435 (p. 315), 455.
-, for eels in the Avon [co. Wilts], 426.
-, for salmon, 312.
-, belonging to Tidenham, 434 (p. 295).
-, ……. See:
-, Brockweir.
-, Ellen.
-, Hamstal.
-, Itchen.
-, Lynwere.
-, Odell.
-, Ouse.
-, Pwl Meyrik.
-, Severn.
-, Taff.
-, Thames.
-, Trent.
-, Wodehende.

Forests:—
-, composition for disafforesting, 348.
-, keeper of Skipton receives a robe or a mark at Christmas, bark and boughs of oak and trees where honey is found, 436.
-, in Derbyshire, 259.
-, ……. See:
-, Alice Holt.
-, Beskwood.
-, Felton.
-, Campana.
-, Cannock.
-, Clarendon.
-, Graveley.
-, Harthope.
-, Neroche.
-, New Forest.
-, Peak.
-, Whittlewood.
-, Woolmer.
-, Wychwood.

France, alien priory in the power of the King of, 291.

Friars Preachers. See Jorz.

Fulling mill, 45 (p. 25).

Gavelkind tenants contributing to the guard of Dover castle, 38.
-, ……. See Customs.

Honours. See:
-, Albemarle.
-, Belvoir.
-, Berkhampstead.
-, Boulogne.
-, Buckenham.
-, Bywell.
-, Camel.
-, Carisbrooke.
-, Christchurch Twynham.
-, Clare.
-, Cockermouth.
-, Crevquer.
-, Dover.
-, Eye.
-, Hatfield Peverel.
-, Huntingdon.
-, Montgomery.
-, Peak.
-, Peverel.
-, St. Valery.
-, Skipton.
-, Tonbridge.
-, Torrington.
-, Wallingford.

Horses, customs connected with sale of, 434 (p. 295).

Hundred, the lesser, 83.

Inquisitions:—
-, as to lunacy, 118, 326.
-, as to pregnancy, 213.

Jews, exile of, 18.

Justices in eyre, carrying the rod before, 226.

Knights’ Fee, of 48 carucates, 333.

Knights’ Fees:—
-, of Mortain, 16, 95, 191, 312, 313, 362.
-, Welsh, 446.

Legal Antiquities:—
-, Bastard, no heir, 209.
-, Liberty of testamentary dispositions, 148.
-, Outlawry in county of Lincoln, 225.

Liberties, fold, 60.

Lunacy, inquisition as to, 118, 326.

Market Town, Great Bedwyn, 435 (p. 312).

Markets. See:
-, Blatchingley.
-, Brastead.
-, Buckenham.
-, Buckingham.
-, Bungay.
-, Clare.
-, Fairford.
-, Foulmire.
-, Haverhill.
-, Hunmanby.
-, Kenfig.
-, Limber.
-, Llanbleiddian.
-, Llanilid.
-, Maldon.
-, Marlow.
-, Martock.
-, Odell.
-, Olney.
-, South Petherton.
-, Radnor.
-, Rothwell.
-, Speenhamland.
-, Stogursey.
-, Tilbury.
-, Wareham.
-, Wigmore.
-, Writtle.
-, Yalding.
-, ……. in Ireland. See:— Kilkenny.

Measures:—
-, acres, Cornish, 149, 237.
-, moyes or mues of wine, 368, 419.
-, quarters, London measure, 433 (p. 290).
-, skeps and strikes of oatmeal, 314.
-, styct (stick) of eels, 299, 435 (p. 314).

Monks, Black, at Thetford, 434 (p. 304).

Mines:—
-, coal, 322, 433 (p. 289), 435 (p. 324), 457 (p. 341).
-, coal, at Colsterdale, 210.
-, lead, 66.
-, mine called Bot in Great Hucklow, 188.

Names, unusual:—
-, Agatha, 426.
-, Argalicia, a jewess, 282.
-, Bertin, 211.
-, Bona, 387 (p. 255).
-, Cassandra, 418.
-, Custancia, 457 (p. 342).
-, Cutburga, 229.
-, Desiderata, 44 (p. 22), 313.
-, Edelina, 116, 164.
-, Fina, 199.
-, Fraric, 456.
-, Gonild, 56.
-, Gonora, 294.
-, Illaria, 12.
-, Jacomina, 345.
-, Ketel, 208.
-, Ladrana, Laderana, 45 (p. 25), 350.
-, Maisanta, 86.
-, Matania, Mathania, 91 (pp. 55, 56).
-, Roberga, 120.
-, Rogo, 367.
-, Senicle, 298.
-, Suspirius, 383.

Nickname:—
-, Clop. See Henry de Derleye.

Oaks, park of, 431.

Pannage, particulars of, 434 (p. 295).

Pears, Permain, 368, 419.

Pregnancy, inquisition as to, 213.

Prise:—
-, of ale, at Chepstow, 434 (p. 294).
-, of fish, 434 (p. 294).

Prison, Lardiner’s, at York, for trespassers in Galtres forest, 267.

Quarry:—
-, for marble and freestone, 222.
-, for mill stones, at Marham, 210.

Redlevet, king’s court of, 357.

Riding court, Thrythyng, at Craikhou, 391 (p. 257).

Schools:—
-, at Clitheroe, boy thrashed there, 239.

Scots:—
-, adherent of, 437.
-, devastations by, 385.

Scotch war, 208.
-, ……, lands confiscated during the first scotch war, 278.

Serjeanties commuted, 268, 342, 396.

Services:—
-, barony:
-, doing the service of 2 knights’ fees in time of war in Wales and in time of war in England, 235 (p. 160).
-, in the army, finding:
-, a man with barded horse in war time in Wales and a horseman for guard at the 2 fairs of Chester, 250.
-, a knight in the king’s army 40 days, 318.
-, a knight or two esquires 40 days within the four seas, 318.
-, a horseman in war, with hauberk, iron cap and barded horse, 310, 311.
-, a man and horse 40 days in the king’s war, 429.
-, a cross-bowman in the king’s war 40 days, 415.
-, a footman with a lance in time of war, 41.
-, the moiety of the cost of a horseman 40 days in the king’s war in England and suit at alternate courts, 73.
-, an armed horseman in the king’s army in Wales, when the king is there, for 40 days, 301.
-, a knight in war in Wales, 183.
-, 2 knights in Wales and 1 in England, 183.
-, a man and a barded horse in Wales and England in war time, 184.
-, a man with a horse, sack and pin 40 days in the king’s war in Wales, 36.
-, a man with horse, sack and skewer for 40 days in the king’s army in Wales, 144.
-, a man on foot with bow, 2 arrows and bolt, in Wales (details given), 181.
-, a man on foot in Wales, 40 days with a hach ad pyk (serjeanty), 176.
-, a horse worth 5s. with sack and pin in Wales, 40 days, 202.
-, in war in Wales a footman with bow and arrows, 40 days at own costs, serjeanty, 236 (p. 167).
-, connected with the Royal courts and household:
-, being one of the king’s butlers, serjeanty, 26.
-, supplying the hearth of the king’s chamber, serjeanty, 11.
-, sergeanty of being chamberlain of the Exchequer, 351.
-, being keeper of the door of the king’s spence, 224.
-, carrying writs within the four seas, 435 (p. 321).
-, a man to carry the king’s writs in the king’s war in England for 40 day’s 276.
-, at the coronation:
-, finding a cook to make the dish called ‘maes de Geroun’ in a pot of clay, 236 (p. 168).
-, grand serjeanty of making wafers for the king’s use at his coronation, 150.
-, connected with forests:
-, grand serjeanty of keeping the forest of Alice Holt and Woolmer, 273.
-, being forester in fee of Beskwood, 263.
-, being keeper of Chute forest 232 (p. 153).
-, keeping the forest of Clarendon by one man on foot, 251.
-, being one of the foresters of Dean Forest, 361.
-, keeping a wood in the forest of Dean by a man with bow and arrows; serjeanty, 22.
-, keeping the bailiwick of Abenhall in the forest of Dean with 2 men with bows and arrows; serjeanty, 29.
-, keeping that part of Morfe forest in which is Worfield manor, 354.
-, being keeper of the Peak forest with bow and arrow, 188.
-, keeping [the forest of the Peak?] with bow and arrows, 168.
-, keeping the forest in the county of Salop, 115.
-, being forester of Waltham, forest, 172.
-, ……. See also Services: local.
-, connected with hounds and hunting:
-, finding when the king goes to Gascony a ‘vautrier’ to lead 3 of his greyhounds until he have worn out a pair of shoes, 372.
-, serjeanty of finding sustenance for the king’s dogs—greyhounds and brachets, for hunting wolves, foxes, cats, badgers and hares, 128.
-, carrying the king’s horn when he hunts in the hundred of Lambourn, 192, 399.
-, keeping the hunting in the forest of Inglewood, 264.
-, keeping a white brachet, 302.
-, connected with hawks and hawking:
-, being marshal of the king’s hawks, 387.
-, serjeanty of keeping the king’s gerfalcons, 109.
-, keeping a falcon at the king’s costs, 75.
-, serjeanty—keeping and mewing a gentle falcon of the king’s, and carrying it before the king, 163 (p. 104).
-, grand serjeanty of keeping a falcon called ‘gerfauk,’ 109.
-, mewing a goshawk, 274.
-, mewing a goshawk and carrying it before the king, 161.
-, grand serjeanty of keeping a goshawk at the king’s charges half a year, 146.
-, local:
-, Blaenlynfi. Finding 3 men with barded horses in war time at the castle for 40 days, 352.
-, Budleigh, being bedel of the hundred, 86.
-, Chepstow, of men of the lordship of Chepstow, 434 (p. 295).
-, Clare, maintaining a watchman in the castle, 48.
-, Devizes, finding a knight to guard the castle, commuted for 20s. yearly, 90 (p. 53).
-, Launceston, keeping a tower of the castle, 35.
-, Launceston, finding a man armed for guarding a tower of the castle, 111.
-, Launceston, clearing a space before a battlement, 416.
-, Launceston, finding a man with linen armour, cap, lance, in the castle, 40 days, 262.
-, Northumberland, summoning the county before the coroner, 4.
-, Oswestry, finding a man and horse 40 days in war time, 363.
-, Stogursey, man, with barded horse, crossbowman and six men on foot, armed, for 40 days, for defence of the castle, 457 (p. 341).
-, Skipton in Craven, keeping the gate of the castle, finding irons for prisoners there, and guarding them, receiving in return corn &c. and robe, 360.
-, Stratton, finding a bedel in the hundred to levy the king’s debts, 416.
-, Teddesley, grand serjeanty of keeping the hay of Teddesley in the forest of Cannock, 217.
-, Teddestone, serjeanty of keeping the king’s hay of Teddestone, 71.
-, Wallingford, finding a knight for the guard of the castle, 319.
-, Warwick, guarding castle, 40 days in war time, 24.
-, Wigmore, finding a horseman in the castle, 40 days in time of war between Welsh and English, 321.
-, Winchester, keeping the gaol, 412.
-, miscellaneous:
-, keeping one of the king’s palfreys, 40 days, if sick, when the king passes through Essex, 131.
-, 2 white capons when the king comes by the gate, 342.
-, serjeanty of rendering two white capons when the king passes Roger Papillon’s gate, 268.
-, hanging on a forked pole, stags dead of murrain in Exmoor and entertaining sick poor, 397.
-, saying daily for the king &c., a Paternoster and Ave, 69.
-, carriage from Stowe to Cardiff, Chepstow, or Usk, 435 (p. 325).
-, conveying to the king 100 herrings in pastry the rent of the city of Norwich, 370.
-, carrying timber from Wentwood to Chepstow castle, 434 (p. 294).
-, conveying treasure from Hereford to London and taking writs to Clifford, 180.
-, conveying treasure from Hereford castle to London, 260.
-, grand serjeanty of conveying treasure from Hereford to London and summoning the bishop of Hereford at Bromyard, 135.
-, conveying treasure to London from Sutton, 396.
-, finding four men and a tithing-man at the sheriff’s town, 178.
-, placing the first dish before William de Berkeley on Christmas day, 243.
-, being steward of the earl of Salop’s lands and keeper of Bridgnorth castle, 183.
-, being steward and butler of the Archbishop of Canterbury at his enthronement, 435 (p. 314).
-, feeding the lord of Derwentwater’s foresters, 141.
-, finding the abbot of Evesham an esquire in war time, 22.
-, entertaining John de Cobeham for two days (details given), 175.
-, of the nature of quit rents:
-, a red apple, 101 (p. 67).
-, a clove, 102, 163 (p. 104), 175, 234, 292, 356, 359, 435 (p. 319).
-, a root of ginger, 27.
-, a rose, 42, 196, 244, 384, 413, 428.
-, a red rose, 196.
-, a chaplet of roses, 8, 104.
-, an ell of scarlet worth 5s., 120.
-, two moyes of wine and 300 pearmain pears, 368.
-, 2 mues of wine and 200 pearmain pears, 419.
-, a sextary of wine, 370.
-, 4 wydecokkes, 388.
-, 20 great eels and 60 sticks of small eels, 435 (p. 314).
-, a new sheet at Michaelmas and a towel, at the Exchequer, 443.
-, horse shoes, 219.
-, 12 horse shoes from an assart, 247.
-, ploughshares, 219.
-, a cap (pilleum), 162.
-, a pair of gloves, 104, 327, 398, 413.
-, a pair of white gloves, 245 (p. 176).
-, spurs, 128, 425.
-, gilt spurs, 14, 120, 194, 206, 365.
-, gilt spurs, worth 3d., 273.
-, a barbed arrow, 404, 418.
-, 4 barbed arrows, 231.
-, 6 arrows, 224, 298.
-, 6 barbed arrows yearly, 94.
-, 6 arrow heads or shafts, 236 (p. 166).
-, 12 barbed arrows, 374.
-, a cross bow yearly—called a grand serjeanty, 85.
-, a lance in war, 359.
-, a sparrowhawk, 264, 270, 280.
-, a sore sparrow hawk, 31, 74, 144, 162, 301.
-, a sore goshawk at the Exchequer, 160.
-, 2 sparrowhawks, 45 (p. 25).
-, villein:
-, following the lord of Chepstow to war, 434 (p. 295).
-, 12 ploughshares, 410.

Ships and boats, tolls from, 110.
-, ……, windlass for, 435 (p. 316).

Socmen, 220.

Sokes:—
-, Caistor.
-, Kirton.
-, Skerington.

Sokenfee, 392 (p. 267).

Sumpter services, afferagia, 91 (p. 56).

Truncage, 420.

Wales, war in, when Llewelyn was slain, 165.

Welsh words:
-, commorth, 435 (p. 323).
-, Kilew, owed by tenants at Chepstow, 434 (p. 295).
-, Kilew, Kylgh, 435 (p. 326).
-, Treth camdiou, 90 (p. 51).
-, Trethmorcu, 90 (p. 51).
-, Waletkylch, 435 (p. 327).

Windlass at Marlow, for hauling ships, 435 (p. 316).

Woodcocks, Wytecokes, 369, 388.