101. (C. p. 72).—Roger de Wylton and Ada his wife quitclaim
on oath to Holm abbey all rights in common pasture in Great
Waverton, and all the land they could have claimed from Adam f.
Gamell and Lambert f. Lambert de Waverton in the same vill
outside the great wood. [Roger f. Robert de Wilton is named in
St. Bees (p. 558), first quarter of the 13th century. Lambert de
Waverton occurs (P.R.) 1232–54; and Gamel de Waverton is the
first of the owners of the place in John Denton's Accompt (p. 66).
The date is perhaps c. 1230.]
102. (C. p. 72).—Adam f. Dolfin de Langerigg, by desire of his
wife Cristiana, grants to Holm abbey half an acre arable in
Blencoggou on the west of that ploughed field (cultura) called
Affenam. They swore before a chapter at Wiggeton to make this
gift binding. [For 'affenam' or 'ofnume,' an enclosure, see no.
107 and C. & W. Trans. N.S. xxi, 153, 168; xxiv, 33f. Adam
dates (Wetherhal, no. 89) 1250–60.]
102a. (H. 2).—Adam f. Adam f. Ketill grants to Holm four
acres in Blencogou … [the rest wanting. Adam seems to have
been son of Adam f. Ketill de Newton f. Odard de Wigton
(No. 191), and to date after 1200.]