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Persons and Places referred to in this Index will be found in the Index of Persons and Places.

A

Abbey-gate, monk appointed to guard, 233

Acknowledgement, recognicio, xxi-ii

Advowson. See Pleas(2)

Affidare. See Words

Affri. See Words

Aids. See Customs and Services; Sheriff's Aid

Alienation, covenant to bar, 131, 147, 159, 206, 226, 237, 283, 291, 305

Anchoress, inclusa, 107

Anniversary, celebration of, 134

Arbitration, 309

Assart. See Land

Assize of bread and ale, 228

Assizes. See Pleas(1)

Attachments, 178–9, 228

Attorneys, xvi, xvii, xxv

Attornment, xxii, xxxix

B

Bailiffs of the king, 2

Barons of the king, xiv, 312–13, 330–1

Barony, 296

Battle, judicial, xxxii, xxxvi-vii, 259, 326

Beasts, foreign, to be excluded, 46, 219. See also Redemptio
-, —, right to water, 271
-, —, unlawfully removed, 158, 242
-, —, See also Affri; Cattle

Beer, and second beer, 274

Benefits and prayers, benefactors received into, 3, 6, 12, 17, 24, 28, 40, 51, 69, 73, 80, 84, 87, 90–1, 95, 99, 102–3, 111, 117–8, 120, 122, 124, 128– 30, 138, 178, 186–7, 191, 195–6, 198– 200, 203, 205, 207–8, 210, 213, 216– 19, 223, 225–6, 233–6, 240, 250, 252, 254, 260, 262, 264, 273, 280, 298

Black Death, the, liv, lvii

Black Sluice Drainage, li

Bondmen. See Villeins

Boon-day. See Customs and Services

Booths. See Fisheries

Boots, monastic, 274

Bretons, lands of the, lxx, 292

Bridges, 12, 16, 79, 118, 141, 172

Buildings, 309–10. See also Bridges; Chamber; Dovecote; Hall; Hospitals; Infirmary; Kitchen; Shops; Store-chambers

Bull, the demesne, 293

Burgage, tofts held in, 2, 182

Burgwermot of Lincoln, xin

Butt mound, li

Butter, butirum, 190, 274

C

Canon-priest or secular, maintenance of, 169–70

Cartularies. See Bardney; Bridlington; Haverholme; Kirkstead; Ormsby; Peterborough; Welbeck

Carucate. See Land

Castle-guard, lxvii. See also Belvoir; Lancaster; Lincoln; Richmond; Rockingham

Cattle, 42, 156, 175

Causeway, 172

Cenacula. See Words

Chamber, 145
-, —, rent of a, 259

Chancery, clerk of the, 315

Chapels. See Birthorpe; Birkwood; Fen; Gedney; Holme, South; Holme Spinney; Ringstone; Silkby

Chaplain celebrating for the dead, 157–8
-, —, to be appointed by bishop of Lincoln, 145

Charter, inability to render, 300
-, —, leading to a concord, xli
-, —, made in court, xi, xin, xli
-, —, royal, confirming a concord, xxxix–xl
-, —, warranty of. See Pleas(1)

Charters, annulled or surrendered, xxvi, 43, 113, 125, 294, 329–30
-, —, devices for strengthening, x
-, —, unpledged, 302

Chase and re-chase. See Right of way

Cheese, 190, 274

Chief lords, xli, xliv

Chirograph, xxviii, lxxx, 2, 15, 101, 307, 310–11, 314, 325
-, —, annulled, 303
-, —, day given for receiving, xxiv– vii, xxx

Chirographer, xxiii, xxxi

Cognizor and cognizee, xxi

Common rights. See Fishery; Marsh; Pasture; Pleas(2); Turbary; Wood

Composition, a friendly, 307–8

Concord. See Final Concords
-, — of fine, xxxi, lxxix

Constable, the bishop of Lincoln's, 228–9

Corrody, lxix, 190–1
-, —, a groom's, a monk's, 274
-, —, See also Livery

Cottars. See Villeins

Court rolls, 179

Courts, shire and seignorial, xiv–v, xxxi–iii. See also Burgwermot; Curia Regis

Cows, 293

Cross, 302
-, —, the stone, in the field of Rand, 7
-, —, —, near Kirkstead abbey, 172

Cultura. See Land

Curia Regis, x, xiv, xv, xxii

Customs and Services, Feudal—
-, aid to make eldest son a knight and to marry eldest daughter, lxvii, 71, 105, 115, 138, 228, 241, 247
-, aid, sheriff's, xli, lxvii, 1, 22, 228
-, assize of bread and ale, 228
-, banks (wallia) and watercourses (watergangia), maintenance of, 168
-, barony, tenure by, 296
-, boon-day, 76, 189
-, —, the great, services of, described, 21
-, burgage, tofts held in, 2, 182
-, castle-guard, q.v.
-, digging, service of, 313
-, England, the courtesy of, tenure by, xliv, 167
-, estovers, lxix, 26, 40
-, — for reparation of mills, 296
-, fealty, 228, 248, 290, 302
-, foreign or forinsec service, xli–ii, 5–7, 11–13, 16, 19, 22–4, 36, 41, 52, 54, 57, 59–64, 66–8, 74, 79–80, 89, 97–8, 109, 114–16, 118, 120, 122–5, 127–8, 134, 142, 146, 148, 158–9, 167, 177, 186, 189, 191–2, 201, 217, 233, 238, 241, 269, 272, 281, 283, 290, 295, 297, 300, 303, 324–6, 331
-, frank almoign, tenure of, xliii–iv, 3, 12, 17, 24, 28–9, 34, 40, 49–51, 55, 69, 73, 75, 80, 84, 86–7, 91–3, 95, 99, 103–4, 108, 110–12, 114, 117–18, 120–2, 124–5, 128–30, 134, 136, 138, 142, 145–6, 155, 157–8, 161, 169, 174, 175, 177–8, 186–7, 198–200, 203–4, 207–8, 210, 213, 216, 222–3, 225, 227–8, 233–4, 236, 240, 250, 252, 254, 260, 262, 264, 267, 270, 273–4, 278, 280, 285, 289, 295, 297–8, 305, 310, 312–13, 315
-, free men, homage and service of, 45, 52, 74, 125, 134, 268
-, free service, 300, 312, 332–3
-, free tenements, customs and services in respect of. See Pleas(2)
-, haybote, 26
-, heriot, obitus, 253
-, homage, lxvii, 43, 48, 136, 186, 227, 286–8, 290, 296, 302
-, —, done in the king's court, 131–3, 153, 184, 186, 285, 287, 290, 299, 300, 324
-, — and fealty, 252
-, — and service, 79–80, 91–2, 131, 134, 183–4, 237, 285–7, 296
-, horseback, to go on, as messenger, 76
-, horses, five, lodging (hospitium) to be provided for, 145
-, husbote, 26
-, knight's fee, xx
-, —, 1/60 of, 304
-, —, 1/20 of, 148
-, —, 1/16 of, 296
-, —, 1/10 of, 98, 154
-, —, 1/8 of, 43
-, —, 1/6 of, 298
-, —, ¼ of, 31, 43, 142, 170, 222–3, 228
-, —, ⅓ of, 63, 94, 136, 207, 282
-, —, ½ of, 47, 292, 296, 302, 334–5
-, —, 2/3 of, 295
-, —, consisting of—
-, 2 carucates, 6 virgates, and 1 mill, 153
-, 5 carucates, 115
-, 7½ carucates, 142
-, 48 carucates, 186
-, —, division of, among coheiresses, lxx, 334–5
-, knight-service, tenure by, xli–ii, 1, 6, 11, 13, 17, 29, 31–2, 47, 53, 63, 94, 98, 102, 105–6, 112–13, 115, 117, 122, 131–2, 136–7, 142, 148, 154, 170, 182, 184, 186, 203–4, 207, 222–3, 228, 241, 272, 281–2, 287, 291–2, 295–6, 298, 302–4, 307–8, 316, 323–4, 326, 331. Sec also Pleas(2)
-, 'lawedayes', 'laghedays', suit of court on, 43, 116
-, markets and fairs, customs and services concerning, 178–9, 228–9
-, marriage, frank, land held in, xxvi, xliv, 23, 31, 85, 107, 146
-, merchants, use of. See Merchants
-, merchet for giving daughter in marriage, 189
-, mesne tenant. See Pleas(1)
-, mowing, 21, 313
-, pesage. See below tronage
-, ploughing, 21–2, 189
-, pontage, 232
-, reaping, 21
-, relief, 24, 253, 290
-, rod, servant bearing a, in time of fair, 179
-, royal service, 207
-, scutage, lxx, 5, 17–18, 24, 26–7, 38, 45, 53, 60, 65, 74, 76, 83, 94–5, 116, 146, 168, 197, 204–5, 222, 232–3, 241, 281, 298
-, sea-dikes, maintenance of, 108, 150, 191
-, sea-walling, service of, 249
-, service remitted to the fourth degree of heirs, 146
-, suit of court. See Pleas(2)
-, tronage and pesage, 178–9, 305–6
-, view of frankpledge, lxvii, 1, 48–9, 206
-, wardship, 47
-, — of lands of priory, 266
-, —, See also Pleas

D

Dale. See Land

Damages, quittance of, 5, 9, 18–19, 27, 32, 34, 39, 50, 53, 55–6, 58, 61, 64–6, 71–3, 75–6, 80, 83, 88–9, 93, 95, 98, 105, 110, 112, 114, 116, 119, 127, 131–3, 137–8, 142–3, 146, 148, 154, 157, 170, 174–5, 182, 186, 189, 194, 197–8, 203–4, 207, 211, 222–3, 227, 247–8, 256

Danegeld, xli–ii

Darrein presentment. See Pleas(1)

Dates, xlvii–ix

Dating, interesting methods of, xlix, 311, 329

Debts due to the king, 225
-, — due to Christians and Jews, 306

Dedimus potestatem. See Writs

Demandant, xvi

Demesne, lxii, 11, 127, 166, 284, 293, 298, 302–3, 309–10, 325
-, — bull, cows, oxen, beasts of draught, pigs, 293

Dies datus. See Chirograph

Dike, 118, 145, 149, 172, 189, 271, 309–10
-, —, ancient, part of, called Milnedam, 289
-, —, making and maintenance of, 87

Distraint, 5, 14, 24, 38–41, 45, 49–50, 53, 55–6, 58, 61, 64, 66, 71–3, 93, 95, 104–5, 112, 114–15, 117, 119–20, 127, 136, 138, 141–2, 146, 148, 157–8, 161, 164, 170, 174, 180, 186, 197–8, 204, 211, 223, 227, 241, 247–8, 254, 261–2, 269, 275, 277, 289–90

Divine service for the dead, endowment for, 134, 145, 169–70

Dogs for hunting, 172

Dovecote, 145

Dower, 52, 64, 78, 96, 103, 107, 131, 137, 162, 173, 189–90, 277, 286, 304, 327, 329. See also Pleas(2)
-, —, capital messuage of, 24

Drainage, lxxvii, 140–1

Drawbridge, pons tractiuus, 145

Duel. See Battle

E

Eels, 'styckys' of, 70

Enclosure. See Land; Pasture; Wood

England, the courtesy of xliv, 167

Engrossment of chirograph, xxvi–viii

Entail, 30–2, 209–10, 226–7, 265, 267

Escheats, 291

Esplees, xvii

Estovers. See Customs and Services

F

Fairs, markets. See Customs and Services; Pleas(2). Also Boston; Ruskington

Faith, pledging of, xi, 332–3

Fealty. See Customs and Services

Ferry, 99

Field. See Land

Fighting and wounding, appeal of, xx

Final Concords—
-, sacredness of, ix, x, xn
-, in substance conveyances of land, x
-, a preclusive bar, x, xn, xii, xxxviii
-, an end of both real and fictitious litigation, x, xi, xx, xxx, xl
-, advantages of, xxxvii–ix
-, acts of court, xi, xin, xxii
-, antiquity of, xii–xiv
-, incontestable evidence of title, xi, xxxvii
-, early examples of, xii-xiv
-, unvarying form of, xiii
-, coram rege ipso, xiv
-, levied in shire and seignorial courts, xv
-, levied in the Curia Regis, xiv-xv
-, sometimes sealed and witnessed, xv, 332–3
-, subject-matter of, xv, xvi, xx
-, parties to, xvi, xvii
-, fees for, xviii, xix, xx-i
-, not dispositive instruments, xviii
-, concordati sunt, meaning of, xxii
-, contents of, xxvii-viii
-, confirmed by royal charter, xxxixlxi
-, parts of, xxviii
-, —, methods of separating the, xxviii
-, dating of, xlvii-ix
-, general interest of, lxv-vi
-, annulled, 6, 288
-, made with the assent of the king, 162
-, See also Acknowledgment; Concord of fine; Engrossment; Foot of fine; Licence to agree; Note of fine; Procedure

Fine. See Concord
-, —, plea of keeping a. See Pleas(1)

Firewood, 274

Fisheries, lxviii, 12, 313–14
-, — in Witham, and adjacent booths, 175

Fishery, common of, 12, 118, 175

Fish-ponds, fish-stews. See Vivaries

Fold broken, and beasts driven from, 49–50
-, —, right to have a, 242

Folk-moot, li

Foot of fine, xxviii-xxx, lxxxi. See also Final Concords

Foreign beasts, xlii, 219
-, — men, xlii, 228
-, — merchants, use of, xlii, 1–2
-, — service, xli-ii. See also Customs and Services
-, — wills, xlii

Forester, view of the, 296

Foxes, hunting of, 171

Frank almoign. See Customs and Services

Frankpledge, view of. See Customs and Services

Free men. See Customs and Services
-, — service, 300, 312
-, — tenant successfully resists a claim that he and his household should be at the great boon-day, 76
-, — tenants and all the males of their households above 15 years to do suit of court, 48
-, — —, and their tenements excluded from grant of manor, 26

Friars. See Lincoln

Fugitives. See Villeins

Furlong. See Land

G-H

Game, hunting of, 171–2

Garden, 145

Gowt. See Words

Hald, le, sheep to be numbered in, 293

Halestaffeta, Hale stubble, 298

Hall, 145, 166

Hares, hunting of, 171

Haven, 87

Hay, 274

Haybote, 26

Heriot, obitus, 253

Hermitage, 175

Herrings, 89, 190

Hogs' grease, 274

Homage. See Customs and Services

Honour. See Bolingbroke; Richmond

Horses, 218–19. See also Hospitium

Hospitals. See Infirmary; and also Lincoln; Mere; St. Lazarus; Spital le Street; Stamford

Hospitium for horses, 145

House-breaking, appeal of, xx

Hunting and chasing, lxviii, 172. See also Dogs; Foxes; Game; Hares

Husbote, 26

I-K

Impedient, xvi

Impounding of beasts, pigs, etc., 42, 47, 50, 175, 219

Incense. See Rents

Incorporeal hereditaments, xvi

Infirmary, 114

Ingrossetur. See Engrossment

Jews. See Aaron of York; Bradewrth
-, —, debts due to, 225, 306

Jury. See Writs

Justice, chief. See Glanvill'

Justices, the king's, xiv, 1, 5, 49, 112, 131, 174, 288, 295, 295n, 299300, 307–13, 315, 329–32

Keys of wood, to be delivered at gate of Kirkstead abbey, 171

King's silver. See Post fine

Kitchen, 145

Knight's fee, knight-service. See Customs and Services; Pleas(2)

L

Lake, 141

Lambs, 293–4

Land—
-, acre-heads, achaued', 301
-, area, plot, 304
-, assart, 271
-, bovate, passim
-, carucate, 1, 5, 11, 20, 26, 30, 36, 38, 41, 43–5, 49, 61, 77, 88, 97, 99, 103, 115, 138, 142, 153, 155, 158, 162, 169, 181, 187, 201, 209, 224, 226–7, 239, 241–2, 265, 280, 284, 286–7, 292, 295, 298, 300–1, 312, 326, 329
-, —, query in Wiltshire, 15 cultura, furlong, shot, wong, xliv–v, 6, 121, 124, 130, 284, 303–4, 312, 326
-, dale, strip, daila, 314
-, divise, parcels of land, 271
-, enclosure, xliv, 172, 309–10
-, exchange, 296–7, 309–10
-, fallow, time of, warrectus, 156
-, field, open fields, xliv
-, fields, open time in, 156
-, headland, 123, 149
-, pecia, plot, 123, 194, 224
-, placea, placeum, plot, 29, 45, 165, 221, 242, 268, 305
-, selion, land, rigg, xliv, 7, 13, 19, 29, 66, 122–3, 125, 149, 190, 212, 221, 301–2, 305
-, —, the butt of, 123
-, selions lying scattered (particulatim), xlv, 35
-, severalties and closes, 47
-, virgates, 36, 86, 288–9
-, — in co. Lincoln, 153, 323
-, See also Common; Demesne; Manor; Pasture; Turbary

Lead. See Wool and lead

Levy, meaning of the term, xviii

Licence to agree, xix-xxi, lxxix
-, — —, revoked, xxvi

Livery, lxix, 190. Cp. Corrody
-, — of Seisin. See Seisin

Loaf, a squire's, 274

Loaves, monastic white, 274
-, — such as ploughmen receive, 274

M

Mallards.See Rents

Manor. See Demesne; Pleas(2)
-, —, damages suffered through an extent of, 288
-, —, lease of, for 25 years, 181

Manumission. See Pleas(1)

Manupastus, domestic service, 2

Markets. See Customs and Services; Fairs; Pleas(2)

Marriage, frank. See Customs and Services; Pleas(2)
-, — settlement, xxxix, lxvi, 30–1
-, — with an inferior, covenant to bar, 31

Married women, grants by, xxxix

Marsh, 202, 254, 301.See also Pasture; Pleas(2). Also Algarkirk; Anwick; Quadring; Wildmore
-, —, common of pasture in, 129
-, —, sewer through the, 141

Measures and Values
-, bovates. See Land
-, bushel, 16, 99, 108
-, carucate. See Land
-, cumin. See Rents
-, denariate, 288
-, ell, 190, 221
-, gallon, lagena, of beer, 274
-, gloves. See Rents
-, knight's fee. See Customs and Services
-, librate, 23, 97, 236, 288, 292
-, loaves, four, or 1d., 21
-, lodging, hospitium, for 5 horses for a year, or half a mark, 145
-, markate, 282
-, oblate, 26
-, palfrey, or 100s., 121
-, perch of 16 feet, 309–10
-, — of 20 feet, 315
-, pounds of incense, pepper, wax etc. See Rents
-, quarters of corn, 16, 33, 274
-, — of salt, 251, 274
-, robe, or 1 mark, 230
-, sextary of salt, 99, 127
-, solidate, 25, 100, 125, 288, 300
-, sparrow-hawk, a mewed, or half a mark, 132
-, spurs. See Rents
-, sticks, 'styckys,' of eels, 70
-, stones of butter, cheese, grease, tallow, 190, 274
-, virgate. See Land

Merchants, 178–9
-, —, foreign, use of, 1–2

Merchet. See Customs and Services

Mesne, xliii. See also Pleas(1)

Messuage, capital, 24, 27, 29, 113, 125–6, 134, 206, 285

Mill, 16–17, 84, 107, 123, 128, 153, 163, 166, 289, 296, 302
-, —, rent from, 38–9
-, —, right to build, 1–2
-, —, suit of, 1, 25, 50
-, —, water-, 126
-, —, wind-, 53, 112, 126, 134, 145, 206
-, —. See also Multure

Mort d'ancestor. See Pleas(1)

Multure, 128. See also Mill
-, —, the 20th vessel for toll, 25

N

Names, christian, of women—
-, Adelilda (O.E. Æthelhild), 330–1
-, Albreda, 25, 98–9, 129, 194, 244, 252, 258, 276
-, Alditha (O.E. Ældgyth), 299
-, Aldusa, 299
-, Alena or Avelina, 198, 205, 234, 275n
-, Alesia, 257
-, Amphelisa, Amflisa, 84, 107, 188
-, Anneis, 312
-, Ascelina, Assellina, 67, 94, 326
-, Ascitia, 94
-, Athelina, 85
-, Awys, 8
-, Aylled, Aylet (query O.E. Æthegyth), 25–6, 48
-, Berte, 32
-, Beyilda (O.E. Bæghild), 258
-, Clemencia, 70
-, Dametta, 59, 72
-, Desiderata, 243
-, Desideria, 123
-, Doda, 55
-, Dreuergoil, 109
-, Edda (O.E. Edde), 225
-, Edelina, 324
-, Edusa, 11, 24, 29, 61–2, 75, 143, 154
-, Egelina, 292
-, Emmecina, 95, 168–9, 173
-, Ermentrude, 14–15, 31–2, 73, 116–17
-, Eustachia, 181
-, Felicia, 52–3, 69, 187, 189
-, Flandrina, 23
-, Frethesenta, 44, 101
-, Geva, 157, 226, 249
-, Godeware (O.E. Godwaru), 303
-, Guenilda, 301
-, Gundred (query O.N. Gunn and O.E. thryth), 136
-, Gunnilda (O.N. Gunnhldr), 82, 193, 221
-, Gunnora (O.N. Gunnvor), 1–2
-, Guva, 301
-, Helewis, 214, 268
-, Hillaria, 155
-, Ibria, 193
-, Imania, 21–2
-, Ismania, 244
-, Ivetta, 8, 19, 85–6, 220, 269, 299
-, Lana, 149
-, Lauretta, 38, 134, 154–5
-, Lecia, 12
-, Legard, 60
-, Lettice, 35
-, Levena, Levina, 67, 213
-, Limota, Limotta, 224–5, 250, 258
-, Loretta, 108, 127, 184, 238, 251
-, Maidusa, 301
-, Mariota, 88–9, 161, 301
-, Milisand, 59
-, Muriel, 135, 191, 234
-, Nichola, Nicholaa, 244, 275
-, Olivia, 84
-, Orewen, 302–3
-, Osanna, 89–90
-, Preciosa, 265
-, Richolda, 163, 173, 253
-, Roeis, Roesia, 36, 120, 219–20, 272, 311
-, Sabina, 155
-, Sapiencia, 5, 6
-, Sirith (O.N. Sigríthr), 28, 192
-, Sunnyva (O.E. Sunngifu), 59
-, Tecia, 57
-, Tesauca, 207
-, Thefania, Theophania, 23, 125, 150
-, Tyeca, 290
-, Viana, 139, 148
-, Wymarca (Breton in origin), 82, 118, 210
-, Wynesia, 113

Names, christian, of men—
-, Aaron, 15
-, Abel, 12, 17
-, Adgar, 303
-, Aelsi, Aeilsi, Eilsi (O.E. Æthelsige), 331n
-, Affard, 48
-, Albert, 163
-, Aloch' (query O.E. Heathulac), 11
-, Alwin (O.E. Ælfwine or Æthelwine), 299
-, Amadeus, 161, 165
-, Amblard, 196, 213, 216
-, Anger, Aunger, 73, 243, 255, 285
-, Anketin, 268
-, Arenibern, Ernibern, 341–2
-, Aristotil', 342
-, Ascer (O.N. Ozurr), 323
-, Aslac, Aslacus (O.N. Aslakr), 34, 305
-, Auda (probably O.N. Authi), 25
-, Aylbert (O.E. Æthelberht), 250
-, Azg', 301
-, Baldric (O.E. Bealdric), 301
-, Beaumundus, 229
-, Berenger, 136, 286, 301
-, Blak (O.E. Blæc), 125
-, Brand (O.N. Brandr), 299
-, Conan (Breton), 222, 297
-, Constantine, 84
-, Coste (probably a short form of Constantine), 122
-, Cunred (guery O.N. Gudrodr), 135
-, Denis, 305
-, Dere (O.E. Deora), 297
-, Deulecresse, 14
-, Durant (O.E. Durand, of O.N. origin), 243
-, Eborard, 55–6, 125, 189
-, Ech', 155
-, Edric (O.E. Ædric), 301
-, Eudo, 112, 123
-, Gamel (O.N. Gamall), 304–5
-, Garin, 19
-, Gelmus or Gelmi, 298
-, Gerard, 8
-, Gerlou, 199
-, Gikell, 300–1
-, Gilla (O.N. Gilli), 16
-, Godesman, 48
-, Godred (O.E.), 301
-, Godrich (O.E. Godric), 299, 305
-, Godwin (O.E. Godwine), 305
-, Gosse (perhaps O.E.), 299
-, Grinward (perhaps a hybrid combining O.N. Grim and O.E. weard, or an unrecorded form of O.N. Grimvarthr), 9
-, Haldan (O.N. Halfdan), 299, 301
-, Hamelin, 149, 301
-, Haudein', 323
-, Heremer, 300
-, Hialsi (probably O.E. Æthelsige), 330–1
-, Hulfketell (O.N. Ulfkell), 299
-, Igmundus (probably O.N. Ingimundr), 16
-, Ingelram, 224
-, Ivo, 266, 299
-, Iwayn (Breton), 316
-, Joceus, Jocey, Joyce, 20, 41, 47, 83
-, Jordan, 11, 143
-, Joseph, 110
-, Ketell (O.N. Ketell), 20, 72, 122, 304–5
-, Lambert, 91–2, 131
-, Lewis, 17
-, Liulf (O.E. Ligulf, from O.N.). 298
-, Malger, 331
-, Matatyel, 14
-, Matfrid, 307–8
-, Mengi (Breton), 314–15
-, Morant, 301
-, Nari (O.N.), 299
-, Norman, 108–9, 241
-, Oke (probably O.E. Oca), 324
-, Outi, 341–2
-, Palthein, 330
-, Patrick, 296
-, Picot, Pykot, 11, 23–4, 30
-, Potin, 282
-, Pryur, 8
-, Reinfrid, 299, 308, 313, 330
-, Ridell, 78
-, Rocelin, 95, 140
-, Ronald, 224
-, Runfar (O.N. Romfari equals Rome-farer), 4–5
-, Saer, 161, 306
-, Sampson, 168, 227
-, Sebrand, 48
-, Serlo, 304
-, Seward (O.E. Sægeward, Sigeward), 301
-, Sigerius (O.N. Siggeirr), 297
-, Siwathe (O.N. Sighvatr), 302
-, Staffordius, 12
-, Sueccer, 136
-, Swartbrand (O.N. Svartbrandr), 60
-, Sweyn (O.N. Sveinn), 206, 298–9
-, Syward (O.N. Sigvardr), 132
-, Thorald, Turold (O.N. Póraldr), 171, 303
-, Thorius, Thorus (O.N. Puri, Pori), 191, 195, 207, 220
-, Tostan (O.N. Porsteinn), 323
-, Totel', Tutell, 341
-, Turkill (O.N. Porkell), 305
-, Ulph, Ulphus (O.N. Ulfr), 150–1
-, Walkelin, 25
-, Warin, 7, 25, 52–3, 173
-, Warner, 292
-, Wigan, 304
-, Wlgrun, 304
-, Wosi (O.N.), 323
-, Wygod (O.N. Wigot), 133
-, Wymund (O.E. Wimund), 132
-, Ywan (Breton), 96
-, Yward (O.N.), 301

Names, surnames—
-, Archer, le, 233
-, Barba, cum, 164, 194
-, Berker, le, Bercar, 80, 195, 243
-, Blont, 156
-, Blounde, la, 203
-, Bloy, le, 231
-, Blund, le, 166
-, Blundus, 23
-, Blunt, le, Blunt, 48, 125, 165
-, Both, a la, 150
-, Bottiller, le, 154
-, Brenheft, 104
-, Brennehand, 285
-, Bretun, le, 45, 83, 197, 268
-, Brokendisse, 60
-, Burguylun, le, 256
-, Bynortheton, 115
-, Capud Vie, ad, 284–5
-, Champiun, le, 202, 232, 282
-, Chaundeler, le, 205
-, Chaunpeneys, le, 205
-, Cheyne, del, 282
-, Chiulelok, 236
-, Church, de Ecclesia, 123
-, Coynte, le, 186
-, Criur, le, 238
-, Crucem, ad, 250
-, Cunestable, le, 90
-, Cupare, le, 273
-, Curtoys, le, 150
-, Cymiterio, de, 85
-, Dekene, le, 285, 316–17
-, Dekne, la, 285
-, Emtor, 38
-, Engleys, le, 188, 199
-, Escot, le, 93, 118
-, Escryvein, le, 181, 209
-, Especer, le, le Espicer, Lespccr', 10, 129, 157, 219
-, Estraunge, le, 94
-, Estreys, le, 135
-, Fadirles, 127
-, Faukener, le, 84, 167, 212, 259
-, Feuere, le, 48, 263, 282
-, Fiz la Persone, le, 75
-, Flandrensis, 303
-, Foleschouke, 102
-, Frank, le, 48
-, Fraunceys, le, 104, 151, 212
-, Freman, 195
-, Gallicus, 299
-, Gaydergo, 285
-, Gos, le, 196
-, Gras, le, 67, 165
-, Graunt, le, 217, 226
-, Grene, a la, 129
-, Grosse, la, 155
-, Guiz, le, 324
-, Halymoder, 257
-, Horingeserch, 216
-, Irensid, 137
-, Ireys, le, 6
-, Ismonger, le, 282
-, Juvenal, 12
-, Karreter, le, 116
-, Keu, le, 255–7
-, Kumper, le, 51
-, Leu', le, 30
-, Lewordy, 244
-, Little, Parvus, 332
-, Lorimer, le, 144
-, Lung, le, 79, 187
-, Makehayt, 86, 193
-, Malherbe, 252, 266
-, Malregard, 307–8
-, Mauclerk, 124, 148, 295
-, Meremohou, le, 188
-, Messager, le, 50, 125, 237
-, Messer, le, 125, 238
-, Milkehevid, 214
-, Mouner, le, le monner, le muner, 35, 107, 136, 230
-, Moyne, le, 37, 83, 286, 290
-, Neucomen, le, 307–8
-, Neve, le, Nepos, 125, 282
-, Niger, 301
-, Noreys, le, 10, 130, 151
-, Nuteman, 255
-, Official, le, 92
-, Orfeure, le, 114, 270
-, Oystler, le, 162
-, Pannegetter, le, 76
-, Parker, le, 147
-, Paumer, le, 24, 149, 166, 243
-, Peleter, le, 48
-, Peschur, le, 48
-, Pessuners, le, 114
-, Pestur, le, 276
-, Porcher, le, 271
-, Porter, le, 218
-, Poter, le, 206
-, Poure, le, 152
-, Prestre, le, 79
-, Prikemody, 25
-, Pudding, 48
-, Pundere, le, 115
-, Rous, le, 203
-, Saunztere, 242
-, Sauter, le, 96
-, Savage, le, le Sawage, 97, 207
-, Scarlet, 125
-, Scot, le, Scot, 254, 269
-, Sermuner, le, 9
-, Shyreve, 234
-, Smerehorn, 234
-, Sureys, le, 260
-, Suur, le, 136, 150
-, Tippeler, le, 150
-, Tyeruler or Tyuerler, le, 84, 84n
-, Vavassur, le, 108, 148
-, Venele, de la, 82
-, Venur, le, 239
-, Wanwite, 195, 220
-, Welifed, 150–1
-, Whirkehan, 137
-, Wunderswerd, 47
-, Wyse, le, 121

Natiui. See Villeins

Neifty. See Pleas(1)

Normans, lands of the, lxx, 162

Note of fine, xxiii, xxiv, lxxx

Novel disseisin, assize of, xvii, xxi, xxin, xxxiii, lxxiii, 300

O-Q

Oats, 33–4, 152, 213, 274

Oxen, 42, 187, 218–19, 293

Palfrey. See Payments

Park, 34, 271, 309

Parliament, rolls of, x

Pasture, common, or herbage, 34, 41–2, 45–6, 49, 70, 100, 109, 129, 156, 187, 195, 218–19, 242–3, 271, 293–4, 298
-, —, —, in marsh, 79, 313
-, —, —, agreement concerning, 309
-, —, —, time of enclosure of, 42, 46, 293

Pax, xxiii

Payment, terms for, 1

Payments—
-, falcon, a sore, 281
-, goshawk, a mewed, 241
-, —, a sore, 12, 47, 91, 109
-, money, passim
-, palfrey, and 100s., 121
-, sparrowhawk, a mewed, 245, 251
-, —, —, or half a mark, 132
-, —, a sore, passim

Pence (equals money), 34, 41, 45

Pesage. See Customs and Services

Pigs, 42, 46, 293

Pittance, 274

Plaintiff, xvi

Pleas(1), pleas, writs, and forms of
-, action—
-, Assizes—
-, darrein presentment, xxxiii-iv, lxxiii, 3, 16, 44, 103, 106, 111, 165, 176, 187, 217, 226, 238, 280, 304
-, the grand assize, xxii-iii, xxxii, 6, 12, 17, 29, 33, 35, 55, 57, 69, 86, 130, 133, 142, 148–50, 153, 180, 209, 214, 218, 65
-, mort d' ancestor, xxxiii, xxxvi, lxxiii, 7–8, 11, 13, 15, 20, 22– 25, 27, 30, 32, 54–7, 61, 63, 65, 67–8, 70, 73, 77–8, 81, 83, 85, 89, 106, 114, 117–20, 122–4, 149, 152, 155–6, 184, 191–2, 194, 205, 219, 229, 244, 248, 256–7, 263, 267–70, 272, 298, 302
-, novel disseisin, xvii, xxi, xxin, xxxiii, lxxiii, 300
-, utrum iuris, xxxiv–vi, lxxiv, 8, 84, 87, 199, 210
-, covenant or praecipe, xxxiv, xxxvi, lxxiv, 4, 10, 12, 15, 19, 31, 41, 52, 57, 75, 77, 81, 88, 91, 93, 96–7, 103, 105, 108–11, 119, 139, 143–4, 152, 160, 162–3, 167–8, 173, 176–7, 179, 181, 183, 185, 189–92, 196–7, 199–201, 204, 206, 209, 211–13, 217, 221–5, 227, 229, 232, 234– 40, 242, 244–47, 251, 253–4, 257, 259–60, 262–3, 270–1, 274–5, 277, 283, 288–9, 291–3
-, keeping a fine, xxxv-vi, lxxv, 1, 5, 95, 105, 131, 175, 208, 304
-, mesne, xxxv, lxxiv, 5, 24, 31, 38, 40, 50, 53, 55–6, 63, 71, 73, 93, 95, 105, 114–15, 117, 120, 127, 137–8, 142, 146, 157, 161, 164, 170, 174, 186, 197–8, 204, 207, 223, 247, 275
-, neifty or bondage, xxxv, xlvii, lxxiv, 4, 28, 71, 129–30, 191, 195, 200, 202, 204, 206–8, 210– 11, 213–17, 219–22
-, warranty of charter, xxxiv-vi, lxxiv, 3–306 passim (337 instances)
-, plea moved by writ of right patent, xiv, xvii, xxxi-iii, lxxii, 14, 31, 43, 76, 113, 116, 137, 141, 148, 154, 164, 203, 310
-, plea moved by writ of right, close, xxxiii, lxxii
-, See also Pleas(2); Writs

Pleas(2), concerning—
-, advowson of church, 3, 5–6, 16, 23, 29, 32, 34–5, 42–4, 52, 69, 90, 102–3, 106, 111–12, 114, 125–6, 165, 176, 180, 184, 187, 201, 208, 217–18, 223, 224–6, 234–5, 237–9, 248, 270, 278, 280–1, 284–6, 289, 291–2, 304–5, 307, 316, 329–30
-, — of abbey, 183, 266
-, aids, 71, 105, 115, 138, 228, 241, 247
-, common rights, 34, 41, 45–6, 79, 100, 109, 129, 156, 187, 195, 218–19, 242, 293–4, 298, 309– 10, 313. See also Pasture, and below fishery; marshes
-, customs and services in respect of free tenements, xxxv, lxxiv, 5, 9–10, 14, 17–18, 21–2, 24, 26, 31, 36–40, 48, 50, 53, 55–6, 60–1, 63, 65–6, 71, 73–4, 76, 80, 83, 87, 89, 91–4, 98, 104–5, 109, 111, 114–17, 120, 122, 127, 131–3, 136–8, 141–2, 144, 146, 148, 154, 157, 161, 164, 170, 174, 177, 182–4, 186, 189, 197–9, 203–4, 206–7, 211, 222–3, 227–8, 247, 251, 256, 262, 275, 281–2, 298, 304, 307–8, 316
-, dower, 41, 44, 53, 64–6, 77, 94, 105, 130–1, 134, 151, 205, 216, 268–9, 278, 281–2, 284, 295–7, 300
-, fishery, 175
-, —, common of, 12, 118
-, free warren, 50, 171–2
-, homage and relief, 5, 17–18, 24, 53, 66, 73–4, 76, 80, 91–3, 104, 109, 115, 116, 120, 132–3, 136, 138, 141–2, 148, 154, 170, 199, 203, 227–8, 247, 298
-, — and service, 183–4, 206, 285–7, 296
-, knight-service, 11, 31, 63, 94, 98, 105, 112, 122, 131–2, 136–7, 142, 148, 154, 170, 182, 186, 204, 207, 222–3, 228, 241, 282, 292, 295–6, 298, 302–3, 316, 331
-, land ad utware, 330
-, — held in frank marriage, 31, 85
-, livery, 190–1
-, manors, 15, 24, 31–2, 35, 37, 47, 63, 85, 92, 114, 134, 162, 181, 183, 205, 225–6, 239–40, 267, 278, 280–1, 283, 285–8, 291, 295, 307–8
-, markets and fairs, 2, 178–9, 228–9
-, marriage, 31
-, marshes, 49–50, 79, 108, 129, 174–5, 202, 254, 256, 260–1, 290, 313
-, mills, 1–2, 17, 25, 38, 53, 84, 89, 107, 126, 139, 145, 153, 163, 166, 214
-, pasture. See Pasture
-, right of way, chase, and rechase, 271
-, scutage, 24, 26–7, 53, 65, 74, 83, 94–5, 116, 146, 197, 204, 228, 241, 298
-, sticks of eels, 70
-, suit of court, xlvii, 14, 24, 31, 39–40, 43, 48, 50, 55–6, 63–6, 71, 73–4, 76, 88, 91–5, 98, 104–5, 112–17, 120, 127, 132, 136, 138, 141–2, 144, 146, 148, 154, 157–8, 161, 164, 170, 174, 177, 186, 189, 191, 197–9, 203, 211, 227, 241, 247, 262, 275, 298
-, tronage and pesage, 178–9, 305–6
-, wardship of lands of priory, 47
-, —. See also Damages; Distraint; Pleas(1); Writs

Plough-work, 21–2, 189

Pontage, 232

Poor, alms for the, 332–3
-, —, bread for the, lxix, 247
-, —, endowment for the, xlix, 145

Portmote, 228

Possession eleven points of the law, xvii

Post fine or king's silver, xix-xx

Priest, sons of a, xix. Cp. Rector

Primer fine, xviii-xx

Priory, patronage of, 266
-, —, wardship of lands of, 266

Procedure, xix-xxxi

Purparty, inheritance held in, 266

Querent, xvi

Quia Emptores, statute of, xliii

Quitclaims, passim

R

Rape, appeal of, xx

Rector, daughter of a, 7. Cp. Priest

Redemptio, a payment for depasturing foreign beasts, 219
-, —, a ransom, 232

Reeve, prepositus, 15, 228–9

Register of martyrs of Bardney abbey, 314

Relics, oath upon, 175

Relief. See Customs and Services

Religion, women received into, 331

Religious Houses, Hospitals See
-, Alvingham
-, Angers
-, Appleton, Nun
-, Bardney
-, Barlings
-, Beauport
-, Bec
-, Belvoir
-, Bourne
-, Boxgrove
-, Bridge End
-, Bridlington
-, Bullington
-, Butley
-, Campsey
-, Catley
-, Cherbourg, St. Mary de Voto
-, Coton, Nun
-, Creake, North
-, Croxton Keyrial
-, Croyland
-, Dale
-, Dereham, West
-, Drax
-, Durham
-, Elsham
-, Fineshade
-, Fosse
-, Fountains
-, Gisburn
-, Grimsby, Great
-, —, St. Leonard
-, Haverholme
-, Heynings
-, Humberstone
-, Huntingdon
-, Kirkstall
-, Kirkstead
-, Kyme, South
-, Legbourne
-, Lessay
-, Lewes
-, Lincoln, Holy Innocents
-, —, Holy Sepulchre
-, —, St. Katherine
-, Louth Park
-, Malton
-, Markby
-, Mere
-, Newsham
-, Newstead (in Cadney)
-, Newstead by Stamford
-, Nocton
-, Northampton, St. Andrew
-, Nostal
-, Ormsby, Nun
-, Peterborough
-, Pynham
-, Revesby
-, Roche
-, Rufford
-, St. John of Jerusalem
-, St. Lazarus of Jerusalem
-, St. Margaret's
-, St. Martin d'Auchy
-, St. Pierre Sur Dives
-, St. Sever, Rouen
-, Savigny le Vieux
-, Selby
-, Sempringham
-, Shelford
-, Sixle
-, Spalding
-, Spital le Street
-, Stainfield
-, Stamford, St. Giles
-, Stixwould
-, Swineshead
-, Thornholme
-, Thornton Curtis
-, Thurgarton
-, Tilty
-, Torksey
-, Torre
-, Trentham
-, Tupholme
-, Vaudey
-, Waltham
-, Welbeck
-, Winchester
-, Wolston
-, Worksop
-, Wroxton
-, York

Rents, lxviii-ix—
-, cocks, hens, and eggs, 80–1
-, corn, 20, 191
-, —, one grain, 180
-, —, barley, 16–17, 33–4, 53, 89, 97, 152, 183, 187, 192, 213, 259
-, —, beans, 89, 259
-, —, oats, 152, 187, 213
-, —, rye, 187
-, —, wheat, 33–4, 53–4. 89, 97, 152, 183, 187, 192, 213, 259, 261
-, cumin, 8, 26, 40–1, 65, 77–8, 94–6, 108–9, 112, 150, 159, 164, 166, 177, 230, 247, 263, 269, 277
-, —, ½–lb. or ½d., 4
-, —, 1–1b. or 1d., 154, 160, 197. 202, 214
-, eels, 'stychys' of, 70
-, gillyflowers, 107, 187
-, —, clove, 62, 92, 144, 163, 167–8, 170, 204–5, 209, 212, 215, 221, 224, 230–2, 238, 240, 242, 251–4, 273
-, gloves, one pair of white, 6, 40, 102, 109, 120, 124, 283, 286
-, —, —, or ½d., 6, 35–6, 52, 151, 200
-, —, —, or 1d., 16, 54, 71, 81, 88, 105, 143–4, 177, 204, 209, 212– 13, 217–18, 225, 229, 257, 277, 281
-, —, —, or 6d., 124, 126
-, herrings, 89
-, hogs, 89, 97
-, incense, 1–lb., 27, 146
-, mallards, 2, 168
-, money, passim
-, nails or pins, 3, 27, 186
-, pepper, 36, 60–1, 64, 116, 120, 127, 158, 163–4, 182, 188, 230, 233, 262
-, robe, one, or one mark, 230
-, roses, 82, 230, 235, 239, 245–6, 258, 260, 262, 265, 269–71, 273, 276–8, 292
-, —, chaplet of, 106
-, salt, 99, 127, 251, 274
-, sparrow-hawk, one sore, 241, 276
-, spurs, one pair, or 3d., 158
-, —, gilt, one pair, 224, 287
-, — —, —, or 6d., 26, 63, 166, 193, 228, 282, 306
-, warnoth, warnot, lxix, 66
-, wax, 230, 265, 274
-, See also Customs and Services

Return days, xlvii-ix

Rifley, a, 23

Right of common. see Common rights

Right of way, lxviii, 17, 42, 313, 326
-, — —, for carrying, riding, and hunting, 87
-, — —, chase and re-chase, 128, 271

Rivers, brooks, streams. See Ancholme; Bain; Cliff Beck; Don; Kate Bridge; Ouse Mer Lode; Roughton; Scothdich; Skirth; Witham

Roads, 123, 172, 324–
-, Aswelane in Louth, 197
-, Horncastle street, lix
-, Kexgate, 155
-, Muldike, 271
-, Magna uia de Lafforda, lvi
-, Sadwell, 303
-, Stapelingate, 94
-, from Lincoln to Lafford, lvi, 42
-, — to Stamford, 42
-, from Wainfleet to Thorpe, 5

Royal service, 207

Russet, russetus, 190

Rye, siligo, 16, 187

S

Salt-pits, 99, 109, 178, 251, 304, 323

Scutage. See Customs and Services; Pleas(2)

Sea-banks, sea-dikes, service of. See Customs and Services
-, —, places devoured by the, lii

Seal, concord confirmed by, 332–3

Seals, 309–10

Seisin, livery of seisin, xvi-viii, 300. See Novel disseisin

Selds, selde, 65, 68

Selions. See Land

Sequel. See Villeins

Service, seisin in, xlii

Services.. See Customs and Services

Severalties and closes, 47

Sewer, common, construction and maintenance of, 140–1

Sheep, 41–2, 70, 109, 134, 187, 218–19, 293–4, 298
-, — fold, 309–10
-, — — in capital messuage, 134

Shepherds, 175

Sheriff's aid, xli, lxvii, 1, 22, 228
-, — tourn, lxvii

Shops, shope, 54, 161, 230

Siligo, rye, 16, 187

Sparrow-hawk. See Payments; Rents

Spurs. See Rents

Stallage, 2, 228

Stalls, selde, 228

Statutes, xiv, xix, xxi, xxxvii-viii

Store-chambers, celaria, 182

Subordination, subiectio, chaplain not to be subject to, 145

Suit. See Customs and Services; Pleas(2)

T

Tallow, 274

Tenant, xvi

Thief, 1, 2, 14, 31, 76, 113, 116, 137, 141, 148, 164, 203

Thinghou, 1

Toll, 1–2

Township, uillata, xlvi, 1
-, —, a party to a document, xlvi, 333–4
-, —, seal of a, xlvi
-, —. Cp. Vill

Trial by combat. See Battle

Tronage. See Customs and Services

Tunic of cloth, 145

Turbary, right of, 183, 240, 246, 251, 268, 290, 313
-, —, common of, 49

Turfs, 274

U-V

Utwara, cyninges utwaru, xli-ii, 330

Venue, 171

View of frankpledge, 1, 48–9, 206

Vill, uilla, xlv-vi

Villata. See Township

Villeins, Bondmen, Villeinage, etc.—
-, cottars, xlvi, 48
-, —, with tofts and crofts, 302
-, natiui, born serfs, neifs, xxxv, xlvi, xlvii
-, —, fugitive, and their sequels, xxxv, 129–30
-, neifty, bondage, seruitudo. See Pleas(1)
-, uillenagium, the tenement of a villein, xlvi, 52, 125, 166, 240, 242, 246, 250, 268, 277, 281, 285, 288, 290–1
-, villein and his sequel, grant of, xlvi-vii, 16, 101, 113, 166, 193, 206, 224, 240, 242, 246, 250, 268, 277, 285, 288, 299, 330
-, — —, excepted from grant, 15
-, villeinage, tenements held in, xlvi, 193, 268
-, villeins and cottars, suit of court demanded of, 48
-, villeins, tofts and crofts farmed out (assisas) to, 302

Vills, depopulated, 1–lx

Vintner, 163

Virgate. See Land

Vivaries, uiuaria, 172, 277, 281, 286, 291

W-Y

Wardship. See Customs and Services; Pleas(2); Priory

Warnoth, Warnot. See Rents

Warren in marsh, 50
-, — in woods, 50, 171–2

Waste, covenant to bar, 26, 100, 139, 206, 226, 283, 291

Water-courses, maintenance of, 168

Weirs, gurgites, 118

Wheat, 32–4, 53–4, 89, 97, 142, 152, 183, 187, 192, 213, 259, 261
-, — straw, 274

Witnesses, large number of, xin

Wong. See Land

Wood, 171–2, 175
-, —, commonable, 46
-, —, power to enclose, 50
-, —, to be enclosed for 6 years, 46

Woods. See Burreth; Dowood; Gamelswude; Harlaxton; Ingoldsby

Wool and lead, tronage and pesage of, 178–9

Words
-, achaueda, an acre-head, 301
-, adductatio, an advowson, 329
-, affidare, to pledge faith or troth, 333
-, affri, beasts of draught, 293
-, aliamentum, sustenance, 310
-, area, a plot, 289, 304
-, assisus, farmed out, 302
-, bisus, a brown loaf, 274
-, botha, a booth, 175, 314
-, celarium, a store-chamber, 182
-, cenaculum, a supper, 274
-, communicare, to have common rights in, 46
-, concordati, brought into concord, xxii
-, croffeta, a croft, 298
-, cultura, a shot, 6, 7, 121, 124, 130, 284, 303–4, 312, 326
-, daila, a dale or strip, 314
-, diuisa, a parcel of land, 271
-, elongare, to oust, 305
-, emenda, a fine, 219
-, fabrica, works or fabric fund, 56
-, ferculum, a mess, 274
-, graua, a grove, 15
-, guttera, a gowt, 141
-, hald, le, 293
-, halestaffeta, 298
-, laghedays, lawedayes, 43, 116
-, obitus, a heriot, 253
-, pecia, a plot, 123, 194, 224
-, placeum, placia, a plot, 29, 45, 165, 221, 242, 268, 305
-, rifley, a, 23
-, russetus, russet, 190
-, shopa, shoppa, a shop, 54, 230
-, stoffeta, staffeta, stubble, 298
-, subordinatio, subjection, 145
-, utwara, xli-ii, 330
-, vadiatus, wagered, 259, 326
-, waldura maris, sea-walling, 249,
-, wallia, banks, 168
-, warnoth, a rent, 66
-, watergangia, water-courses, 168

Works, fabrica, of Lincoln cathedral church, 56

Writs, original, xviii-xix, xxxi-vi
-, accedas ad curiam, xxxii, lxxvii
-, to choose the grand assize, xxxii, xxxvi, lxxvi
-, to summon 12 knights for a grand assize, xxxii, lxxvi
-, dedimus potestatem, xxi, lxxviii
-, facias recordari, xxxii, lxxvii
-, false judgement, xxxii-iii, lxxvii
-, for fine of land held in chief, xxxiii, lxxv
-, peace, xxxii
-, pone, xxxiii, lxxviii
-, prohibition to restrain a feudal lord, xxxii, lxxvi
-, prohibition to restrain a sheriff, xxxiii, lxxvi
-, proving his freedom, xxxv, lxxv
-, tolt, xxxii
-, transcript of note of fine, xxiv, lxxviii
-, transcript of foot of fine, xxviii, lxxix
-, when the lord has remitted his court to the king, xxxii, lxxii
-, See also Pleas(1)



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