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Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1992. This free content was digitised using optical character recognition and sponsored by the AHRC-funded 'Mapping the Medieval Countryside' project of the University of Winchester and King's College London. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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.

Farm implements -, carts, 120, 343–4, 782–3, 899 -, ploughs, 120 -, ploughshares, 172, 774, 810, 895. 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.

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