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Gardens and enclosures -, churchyards, 116, 188, 243, 344, 720, 725, 899–900 -, closes, 114, 196, 211, 230, 330, 384, 387, 409, 428, 450, 479–80, 482, 693, 721, 789, 862, 887, 929 -, courtyards, 20, 482 -, crofts, 121, 135, 295, 343, 380, 384, 387, 482, 543, 553, 586, 638, 676, 710, 732, 760, 788, 882, 926 -, curtilages, 209, 244, 259–60, 445, 450, 479–80, 482, 496, 522, 556, 559, 839, 882, 887, 1024 -, gardens, 71, 92, 120, 211, 341, 372, 376, 384, 387, 409, 436, 449–50, 482, 539, 559, 614, 720, 724, 727, 736, 750, 758, 790, 882, 887, 972, 986 -, orchards, 387 -, rabbit warrens, 276, 314, 483, 789 -, sheepfolds, free folds, 881–2. Household goods and clothing -, basins and ewers, 655, 1005 -, bells ( nola ), 655 -, belts, gilt, 347–8 -, bowls, 342 -, casks, for wine, 342 -, clocks, 725 -, cloth, for clothing, 732 -, fulled, 350 -, red, 342, 732 -, scarlet, 348 -, silk, 347, 480 -, coifs, silk, 480 -, cups, silver, 343, 999 -, footstool, 899 -, gloves, 480 -, goblets, silver, 343 -, gowns, robes, 276, 349 -, grease, lard, tallow, 732 -, hides, skins, 732 -, undressed, 997 -, of foxes, goats, hares, hinds, lambs, martins, rabbits, sheeps and squirrels, 732 -, horseshoes, 387 -, jugs, 342, 655 -, silver, 780 -, lead, 732 -, millstones, 732 -, pots, earth, brass and iron, 387 -, rings, gold, 343 -, suits, 336 -, torches, lanterns, candles, 158, 188, 336, 392, 542–3, 655, 665–6, 780, 784, 899–900, 997, 999–1000 -, vestments of green silk, 341 -, wax, 732 -, wool, 139, 732, 997. Idiots , 14, 20, 156–7, 182–3, 741, 752, 834, 888, 946–8.

Land -, ancient demesne, 18, 114, 236, 858 -, arable, passim -, assarts, intakes, purprestures, 240, 412–3, 475, 667, 804, 832 -, bruere?, 22, 296, 580 -, buttes, 387, 758 -, cultures, 387 -, ditches and spurs, 481, 483, 882 -, fallow, 65, 87, 120, 450, 525, 543–4, 1024 -, feedings, 413 -, fencing ( watter ), 242, 409 -, for making pots, 387 -, foreshore, 131, 387, 729 -, glebe, 120, 125, 410, 882, 927, 964 -, gorse, 756–7 -, heath, 22, 196, 882, 893 -, hedges, 481, 483 -, hilly, 71, 449, 985 -, husbandlands, 1, 342, 734, 938 -, marsh, 18, 30, 115, 206, 387, 509, 518, 638, 691, 737, 760, 774, 918, 939, 986 -, salt, 893, 1053 -, meadow, passim -, moor, 94, 147, 483, 672, 734, 760, 1029 -, pasture, passim -, tofts, 18, 21, 23, 34–7, 49–50, 61, 82, 90, 94, 101, 107, 109, 112–3, 120, 131, 184, 226–7, 231, 236–7, 284, 288, 321, 353, 371, 386–7, 396–7, 401, 426, 436, 450–1, 479–80, 544, 548–9, 553, 565, 586, 670, 689, 727, 758, 774, 781, 832, 835, 839, 881, 919, 925, 971, 1010, 1042, 1046–7 -, turbaries, 486, 638–9 -, waste, 65, 131, 443, 508, 544, 587, 986. Law and law courts, 1003 -, avesfold of the forest, 460 -, baron, 23, 314 -, borough, 715 -, county, 395 -, court rolls, 478 -, distraint, clause of, 46 -, frankpledge, view of, 70, 120, 261, 263, 276, 530, 587, 640, 652, 684, 727, 737, 758, 760, 846, 893, 1037, 1046–7 -, gaol delivery, 233, 782 -, honour, 135, 631, 639 -, hundred, 402, 412, 689, 715, 827 -, King’s Bench, 298 -, ‘laund’, 200 -, leets, 135, 372, 376, 638, 730 -, manor, 200, 242, 715, 774 -, pleas of account, 3 -, pleas of debt, 380, 1014 -, portmoots, 697 -, release of personal actions, 777–8, 786 -, [sheriff’s] tourn, 483, 587, 730 -, waivery, promulgation of, 1014 -, see also Parliament. Liberties of tenants -, agistment, 387, 614, 638–9 -, free folding, foldage, 22, 479, 882 -, pannage, 121 -, ‘taury’ and ‘verry’, 882 -, turbary, 486, 638–9. Livestock , animals, 482 -, affers, 160 -, boars, 892 -, bulls, 665, 936 -, calves, 782 -, capons, 156, 396–7 -, cattle, 387 -, cocks and hens, 71, 120, 122, 232, 334 -, cows, 276 -, red, 392, 780 -, dams, 349 -, does, 897 -, eels, 349 -, foxes, 1003 -, game, 287, 409 -, geese, 120, 789 -, greyhounds, 783, 1003 -, white, 245 -, hawks, falcons, sparrowhawks, 387 -, heifers, 276 -, horses, 276, 781, 783, 1003 -, bay, 344 -, black, 999 -, chestnut, 782 -, grey, 342, 782 -, palfreys, 343, 655 -, white, 780, 783, 897 -, oxen, 928, 936, 1029 -, pigs, piglets, swine, 276, 782, 892 -, sheep, 276, 606, 783, 839, 921, 937 -, ewes, 783 -, see also rents in kind. Markets and fairs, 102, 120, 158, 211, 315, 387, 428, 478–9, 667, 697, 783, 791, 846, 865, 997, 1037, 1043 -, stalls, 479, 548; for selling fish, 479. Meals , 120–1, 997, 1003 -, breakfasts, 997 -, dinners, 336, 1003 -, feasts, 1001. Measures , casks, gallons and bushels, 120, 342, 387, 479, 893 -, dickers, lasts, sacks, sheafs, 732 -, of land, acres, passim -, acres, Cornish, 933 -, bovates and carucates, passim -, ferlings, 218, 223, 225, 268–9, 271, 295, 358, 426–7, 549, 556, 741, 789, 834, 930, 933 -, hides, 351, 403, 648, 971 -, perches, 121, 387, 789 -, plots, 135, 157, 335, 387, 479, 577 -, roods, 18, 23, 120, 122, 244, 372, 376, 380, 387, 444–5, 470, 580, 637, 789, 839, 882, 910, 926, 1028, 1038 -, selions, 21, 135, 387, 479 -, strips, 479, 882 -, swathes, 18 -, virgates, passim.

Mining and quarrying, for coal, 349, 387, 428 -, for lead, iron, marl, slate, 387 -, quarries, 602 -, stannaries, 447 -, mint of, 653. Names , of fields, 209, 211, 329–30, 351, 387, 396–7, 479, 638–9, 667, 721, 760, 846, 882, 926, 929, 986 -, of persons, unusual, Alban, 728, 731–2; Diggory (Degorus), 790, 1001; Dodo, 422; Egidia, 675; Golenta, 207; Goodeth, 985; Mirabel, 7–8; Orange, 450; Salvayn, 627; Sanchia, 209, 351; Teresa, 21; Tillote, 667; Vincent, 650; Wayland, 897, 901; Wenthelen, 989; Wyncellan, 1005 -, of streets see under Exeter; Hereford; London; Newcastle upon Tyne; Shrewsbury; Winchester; York. Officials and servants -, aldermen, 336 -, bailiffs, 70, 135, 137, 168, 314, 331, 478, 524, 602, 633, 730, 939, 997, 1002, 1013 -, burgesses, 336, 699 -, butlers, 342–3, 347, 655, 997 -, king’s, 88 -, captains, of Calais, 699 -, chamberlains, 342 -, of the exchequer, 289 -, chancellors, of the county of Lancaster, 144 -, church wardens, 725 -, clerks, passim -, of accounts, 343 -, of debts in the Staple, 813 -, constables, 847, 349 -, coroners, 83, 781 -, escheators see under Besiles, Peter de; Bokeland, Edward; Carreu, Nicholas; Chaucer, Thomas; Clipsham, John; Copuldyk, John; Egmanton, Thomas; Hilliard, Robert; Loveney, William; Mere, Matthew de la; Redman, Richard; Rees, William; Tauk, John -, farmers, 314, 331, 430, 481, 675, 910, 1004 -, feodaries, 185 -, foresters, 32, 162, 858, 976 -, gaolers, 972 -, judges, 989 -, keepers of fees, 675 -, lieutenants, of Calais, see under Heron, William; Picworth, Thomas; Say, John -, marshals, of England, 298–9 -, under-marshal, of Calais, see under Bermycham, John -, mayors see under Bremore, Nicholas; Exton, Nicholas; Walleworth, John; Whityngton, Richard -, of Calais see under Bermycham, John -, parkers, park keepers, 276, 428, 434, 614, 858, 891 -, recorders see under Halden, William -, receivers see under Bispham, William; Goudeby, Hugh; Orbury, William -, reeves, 314, 331, 996, 998 -, rent collectors, 1000 -, serjeants at law, 989 -, sheriffs see under Chalons, Robert; Doget, Walter; Husflete, Gerard; Langford, William; More, William; Orgon, John; Parles, Ralph; Pygot, Baldwin -, stewards, 70, 91, 120–2, 291, 950 -, of duchy, 1000 -, of household, 655, 1000, 1005 -, of England, 33 -, of liberties, 782 -, tithingmen, 179 -, ushers, 336 -, treasurers, of the king’s household see under Brounflet, Thomas; Carp, John -, of Calais see under Merlawe, Richard -, valets of the chamber, 284 -, warden of the Marches, 791 -, warreners, 314 -, weighers, 285. Pardons , 162 -, charter of, 276 -, general in parliament, 273, 276. Parks , 91, 262–4, 276, 302, 310, 314, 326, 330–1, 351, 409, 428, 434, 458, 461, 483, 534, 598, 602, 632, 638, 656, 846, 865, 881–2, 891, 978, 1035. Parliament , 298, 768, 991, 1045, 1047 -, judgment of, 421–4, 643. Pilgrimages , to Canterbury, 999, 1002 -, to Holy Land, Jerusalem, 782–3, 785, 999, 1002 -, to Rome, 782, 785 -, to Santiago de Compostela, 785. Proofs of age, 102, 105, 139, 141, 158, 188, 336, 339–44, 347–50, 392, 476–8, 655, 663–6, 668, 777–86, 791, 897–901, 996–1005. Religious houses and institutions -, abbeys see under Abingdon; Alnwick; Barlings; Battle; Beeleigh; Caen; Canterbury St. Augustine’s; Cleeve; Coverham; Elstow; Gloucester; Keldholme; London religious houses; Malmesbury; Mount Grace; Netley; Polesworth; Rosedale; St. Mary in Furness; Stamford; Stratford; Tewkesbury; Waltham Holy Cross -, cathedrals see under Exeter; Hereford; Lincoln; London St. Paul’s; Wells -, chantries see under Alcester; Aldbury; Aller; Beaford; Bentham, Little; Bentley, Little; Benton, Long; Cheverell, Little; Childrey; Drayton Basset; Fawkham; Haccombe; Hanslope; Heanton Punchardon; Lighthorne; ‘Overdyk’; Rousham; Shottesbrook; Thorpe, Castle -, chapels see under Appleford; Beversbrook; Casterton; Charlton Horethorne; Church Pulverbatch; Dudley; Eaton Tregoes; Haynes; Holbeach Hurn; Lackendon; Lantyan; Lutton, West; Martock; Newton, North; ‘Polehouse’; Roxwell; Staveley; Swaynstree; Umberleigh; Wanborough; Weald Bassett, Wedgnock; Weston, South; Winchester; Windermere; Witton, West -, colleges see under Cobham; Pleshey; Westminster, St. Stephens -, friars see under London, religious houses -, hospitals see under Calais; Chesterfield, St. Michael’s; Wooler -, priories see under Bisham; Deeping St. James; Drax; Dudley; Dunmow; Gisburn; Haltemprice; Heynings; Holme, East; Kersey; Kerswell; Lantony; Launde; Lechlade; London, religious houses; Malpas; Montacute; Pentney; Poughley; St. Rents and services -, assize rents, passim -, ‘averyngsilver’, 479 -, blanch farm, 547, 956 -, boon works, 71, 120, 135, 372, 376, 387, 602 -, cornage rents, 114, 191, 240, 379, 510–1, 908, 1013 -, custom silver, 983 -, for a watchman, 335, 974, 986 -, for castle guard, 2, 18, 22, 97–8, 104, 242, 250, 346, 368, 379, 396–7, 518, 538, 543, 605–6, 690, 722, 896, 940 -, ‘furse’, 120 -, haysilver, 120 -, hidage, 210, 432 -, housegavel, 122, 1013 -, ‘infangenth’, 120 -, ‘landmole’, 976, 981 -, paynelfee, 120 -, pilorie, 120 -, scutage, 197 -, sheriffs aid, 543, shirrifgild, 722 -, sherseliver, 71 -, ‘shurthes’, 121 -, ‘smytheswerk’, 479 -, stuth, 602, 758 -, ‘talent’, 116 -, tallage, 602 -, ‘toftmole’, 976, 981 -, ‘twopounde’, 976, 981 -, tumbrel, 120 -, warenna, 120 -, ‘warnrentte’, 544 -, Yeve, le, 715. Rents in kind -, arrows, barbed, 135, 137, 387, 620 -, arrowshafts, 196, 398 -, barley, 774 -, palm, 893 -, belts, gilt, 347–8 -, boar and pigs, 892 -, capons, 157, 396–7, 926, 1036 -, catapults, 112 -, cloves of gillyflower, 396–7 -, cocks and hens, 71, 120, 122, 232, 242, 460–1, 547, 606, 656, 690–1, 753, 774, 810, 893, 918, 1053 -, corn, 120, 930, 933 -, cumin, 94, 120, 128, 135, 145, 150, 184, 276, 387, 446, 504, 732, 835, 888, 931, 936, 994 -, eels, 349 -, eggs, 120, 122, 232, 460, 606, 690, 753, 774, 810, 893, 918, 1053 -, geese, 120 -, ginger, 994 -, gloves, 247, 480, 838 -, greyhounds, 245, 401, 606 -, horseshoes, 387 -, incense, 613 -, malt, 120 -, oats, 774 -, pepper, 71, 99, 135, 215–6, 373, 377, 446, 734, 882, 918, 936 -, ploughshares, 172, 774, 810, 895 -, roses, 99, 129–30, 133, 137, 140, 402, 428, 446–7, 449, 510, 535–6, 560, 756–7, 759, 789, 846, 923 -, red, 62–3 -, salt, 387, 774, 1053 -, sheep, 893 -, slippers, 606 -, sparrowhawks, 274, 382, 431, 446, 533, 686, 727, 948, 956 -, unmewed, 66, 416, 504, 960, 1032 -, spurs, white, 201 -, gilt, 8, 88, 146, 210, 387, 458, 547, 580, 620, 753 -, wax, 230, 446. Rights of lordship, 479–81, 483, 644, 650 -, amercements, 480 -, escheats, 475, 603, 617 -, free chase and warren, 387 -, heriots, 473, 617 -, marriage, 102, 104, 154, 387, 473, 475, 564, 603, 617, 887 -, reliefs, 71, 473, 475, 564, 603, 617 -, scot and lot, 242 -, waifs and strays, 587 -, wardship, 102, 154–5, 387, 473, 475, 564, 603, 610, 617, 887 -, wreck of the sea, 125. Rivers see under Bain; Itchen; Ouse; Petteril; Tees; Test; Trent. Serjeanties -, being almoner at the coronation, 314 -, being chamberlain of the exchequer, 289 -, carrying a banner in the king’s army, 113, 893 -, finding an affer and a sack for the king’s army in Wales, 160 -, finding a glove etc., 247 -, finding a hobbler, 940 -, finding a leash of greyhounds when the king goes to Gascony, 606 -, finding a man to keep the king’s hay, 881 -, finding a stable, 692 -, finding napery at the coronation of the queen, 286 -, keeping the king’s hay of Ashwood in Kinver forest, 208 -, keeping pleas of the crown, 2. Ships and boats, 341, 386 -, ‘le Passager’, 900 -, masters of, 732 -, see also Disasters, shipwrecks. Sports -, archery, 900 -, buckler play, 1000 -, hunting, 1003.

Tenures -, burgage, 16, 18, 83, 86, 92, 116, 126, 132, 135–6, 246, 259–60, 276, 284, 293–4, 332, 363, 401, 405, 417, 446, 449, 468, 488, 496, 557, 579, 620, 647, 669, 685, 709, 712, 720, 725, 735–6, 751, 769, 839, 850, 945, 960, 968, 1013, 1042 -, courtesy or law, of England, 38, 62, 87, 101, 147–8, 169, 184, 186, 245–9, 254, 435–6, 449–50, 461, 470, 657, 662, 694, 696–7, 716–8, 745–6, 929, 939, 944–5, 962, 1023 -, customary, 3, 18, 120, 401, 942 -, dower, passim -, fee farm, fee simple, fee tail, passim -, free, perpetual, alms, 219, 579 -, free bench, 401 -, gavelkind, 242, 365, 461, 569, 656, 774, 893, 918, 939 -, knight service, passim -, homage and fealty, 63, 118, 131, 231, 242, 395, 529, 536, 715, 737, 774, 887 -, life, passim -, serjeanty, 160, 208, 382 -, grand, 16, 44, 116, 121, 123, 285, 927, 972 -, petty, 43, 1054 -, socage, passim -, suit of court, 20, 22, 30, 118, 143, 165, 242, 412, 458, 681, 689, 694, 715, 774, 805 -, term of years, 319, 349, 571, 709. Tolls -, of boats, 386 -, of towns, 479, 602, 846 -, of markets, 315, 387, 428, 732, 846. Trades and occupations -, bottlemakers see under Hall, John -, butchers see under Bolt, Thomas; Holl, Thomas; Kyng, John -, carpenters see under Asshele, Walter; Danyell, Walter; Janne, John; Love, William -, clerks, passim -, cooks see under Amys, John -, cordwainers see under York, Robert -, drapers see under Osberne, William -, fishmongers see under Byrde, William; Michel, John -, fletchers see under Prentys, Thomas -, fullers see under Crouchere, Stephen -, goldsmiths see under Broun, John; Busshy, John -, grocers see under Burton, Thomas; Seint Germayn, John; Wiltshire, John -, horse dealers see under Knyth, Robert -, ironmongers see under Gregori, Richard -, masons see under French, Richard -, nurses and midwives, 336, 343, 392, 478, 666, 780, 900, 996 -, skinners see under Caleiser, Henry; Myle, Nicholas -, soldiers, 336 -, tailors see under Denton, William; Kelby, David; Leek, William; Taylor, William -, tanners see under Wroxhale, John -, vintners see under Litlington, Richard; Louthe, Robert de -, weavers, ‘webberes’ see under Kyng, William; Vykary, Henry de. Wills , 152, 154, 449, 579, 669, 725, 736, 751, 777–8, 786, 943. Writs -, certis de causis certiorari , 211 -, die quo obiit, diem clausit extremum, passim [described simply as ‘Writ’] -, for fees ( certiorari super vero valore feodorum ), passim -, for proof of age see Proofs of age -, mandamus see precipimus -, melius certiorari , 2, 10 -, melius sciri , 36, 54, 56–7, 99–100, 140, 153, 170–1, 183, 216, 225, 292–3, 296, 302, 318, 320, 324, 326, 328, 331, 333, 460, 524, 527, 669, 718, 722, 739, 775, 895, 929, 934, 995, 1027 -, plenius certiorari , 46, 152, 294, 323, 355, 391, 658, 837, 888, 915, 930, 936, 942, 959 -, plura , 53, 117, 172, 192, 218, 270, 299, 301, 319, 322, 325, 327, 329, 334, 463, 485, 661–2, 813, 829, 846, 918, 924, 928, 932, 936–7, 942, 990 -, precipimus or mandamus , for return of inquisitions, 44, 259, 762, 905, 1008 -, quia habitum religionis assumpsit , 575–6 -, to assign dower see Dower, assignment of -, to give seisin, 902 -, to partition, 8, 46, 926. Edmiston, DC, is dedicated to taking chiropractic services into the 21st century with the first ChiroSpa in the Carolinas.

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