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ij bov., Petrus Thurkill j car., Johannes Burdon j car., Thomas
de Irton j car., Thomas Chanci in Thoraldeby* xiij bov., Wil-
lelmus de Thoraldeby iiij bov., Willelmus Freman ij bov.,
unde xvj car. terrae faciunt feod.

THORP ELYS.^

De feodo de Roos x bov.
Robertus Paa tenet totum, unde xx car. terrse faciunt feod.

De feodo Comit Albemarlise ij car. ij bov.

Henricus de Pokethorp tenet j car., Emma de Pokethorp ij
bov., Radulphus* filius Willelmi di. car., Matheus de Boithorp
ij bov., Robertus de Meltenby j bov., Willelmus de Scraihing-
ham j bov., unde xvj car. terrse faciunt feod.

FRIDAITHORP.

De feodo de Roos j car. terrse.

Rogerus Ughtred tenet di. car., Willelmus filius Adse de
Fymmer di. car., unde xx car. terrse faciunt feod.

De feodo de Cantirbury v bov.
Rogerus Palmer tenet totum, unde xx car. terrse faciunt feod.

CROHUM.

De feodo Archiepiscopi x car. terrse j bov.

Robertus de Crome tenet j car., Petrus de Haulay j car.,
Rogerus de Grymston j car., Ricardus de Berley di. car.,
Johannes de Cayton di. car., Johannes de Cessevaus a j bov.,
Ricardus filius Simonis j bov., Stephanus West j bov., Alicia
uxor Roberti j bov., Willelmus Palmer j bov., Stephanus de
Thorp ij bov., Gerardus Salvayn v car. j bov., Isabella de
Cotum j bov., unde xxx car. terrse faciunt feod.

Mowthorpe, in the parish of Kirby Grindalythe.

Thoralby Hall is about a mile and a half N.E. of Skirpenbeck.

See page 72, note a.

Ralph Fitz William was certified lord of Thorpe Basset in 1316.

John de Sezevaux (Thixendale) was M.P. for the city of York in 1300,
130 , 1307, 1311, 1315 and 1318. Nicholas de Sezevaux was M.P. in 1313 and
1327.



WAPENTAKE OF BUCKROSE, E. R. 275

GRYMESTON.

De feodo de Bruys iij car. terrse.

Johannes Grymet tenet j car., Badulphus de Fritheby xiij bov.,
Milo de Stapelton iij bov v nnde xxij car. et di. faciunt feod.

De 5 feodo de Moubray j car. terras et di.

Johannes de Menithorp tenet di. car., Johannes Grymet j car.,
unde xvj car. terras faciunt feod.

RILLINGTON.

De feodo Comit Albemarlias vj car. terrse.
Henricus de Pokethorp tenet x bov. di., Emma de Pokethorp iij
bov., Willelmus le Latimer iij bov., Gilbertus de Briddessale v
bov., hasres Willelmi de Aton j bov., Willelmus Heyelick j bov.,
Willelmus de Billington ix bov., Emma uxor Gilberti iiij bov.,
Bobertus de Billington ij bov., Ju? Turnild [et] Robertus
Turnild di. bov., Johannes Tregenaus et Hospit j bov., Emma
filia Idonis, Willelmus films Gilberti, Johannes de Langthwait,
Thomas Eaber [et] Prior de Malton ij bov., Thomas de Katton
ij bov., Badulphus Hervy ij bov., Bicardus Vernoun ij bov.,
unde xvj car. terras faciunt feod.

De feodo de Boos xx bov. terras.

Bicardus le Vernoun tenet xv bov., Willelmus le Latimer j
bov., Bobertus Paa j bov., Willelmus filius Thomas et tenent iij
bov., unde xx car. terras faciunt feod.

SETRINGTON.

De feodo Johannis Bygot xij car. terras.

Johannes Bygot c tenet viij car., Bobertus de Bucketon vij bov.,
Galfridus Stull vij bov., Thomas ad Molendinum ij bov., Wil
lelmus de la Botelrie ij bov., hasres Galfridi de Sutton ij bov.,
Bobertus Kotes j bov., Galfridus Capellanus j bov. di., Ba
dulphus Chamberlayn j bov. et di., Clemens de la Grene ij
bov., Hugo Palmer ij bov., Willelmus Chamberlayn j bov.,
Walterus Bussell j bov., Galfridus de Helperby j bov., Bobertus
filius Walteri j bov., unde xvij car. terras faciunt feod.

Summa istius wapentachii, xvij feoda et iiij to pars unius
feodi milit.

Summa denariorum, xxxv li. xs.

* Membrane viii., in dorso.

c In the 31st Edward I., Sir John By god, of Stockton, obtained a charter
from the king confirming the manor of Settrington to him and the heirs of his
body (Cat. Rot. Chart., 134). It appears from his Inq. p. m., which was taken in
the 33rd Edward I., that he held " manerium de Seteryngton cum pertinentiis
de domino rege in capite, quod manerium Rogerus le Bygod, Comes Norfolc et
Mareschallus Anglise, dedit per chartam suam prsefato Johanni le Bygod de
Stoketon et Isabellse uxori suse." His son Ralph, then aged upwards of twenty
years, was his next heir (Cat. Gen., ii., 690).

T 2



AID GRANTED TO KING EDWARD I.



[TRANSCRIp]TTJM a SUMMARTJM DE [AUXl] LIO* REGI CONCESSO AD
PRIMOGENITAM FILIAM SUAM MARITANDAM, ANNO XXXI.

STAINCLIF.



Summa xxxij li. xjs. viijd.

a From the original Subsidy Koll preserved among the records of the Queen s
Remembrancer in the Exchequer. This is one of the documents kindly pointed
out by Mr. Walbran, as mentioned at page 234. The roll consists of three
membranes, and contains the returns for a portion of the West Biding only.
Imperfect transcripts of this aid may be found in MSS. Dodsworth (vol. xxvii.)
and R-awlinson (450 B.) Dodsworth s copy was taken from a roll " in custodia
honorabilis domini Eoberti comitis de Kingston super Hull, 10 May, 1632."

6 In the 2nd volume of the Memorials of Fountains Abbey (p. 35), Mr.
"Walbran gives the following account of this Aid : " On the 1st June, 18th
Edward I., 1290, the Parliament granted an aid of 40s. from each knight s fee
in the kingdom for the marriage of the king s eldest daughter. When his sister
was married to the king of Scotland, her father had received only 2 marks from
each fee, but on this occasion it was conceded quod dominus rex percipiat et
habeat de quolibet feodo militari quadraginta solidos, hac vice, plenarie et
integre : ita fcamen quod alias non cedat eis in prsejudicium vel consuetudinem
(Rotul. Parl., i., 25. Parl. Writs, i., 20). The aid was not, however, collected
until the king by letters patent, dated 7th November, 30th Edward I., after
reciting the grant, and that the collection had been hitherto graciously suspended
for the greater ease of the commonalty, empowered the sheriffs and others to
collect the same (Rotul. Parl., i., 266)."

One moiety of this aid was to be paid into the Exchequer on the octaves of
the Purification, and the other moiety on the morrow of the Ascension (Parl.
Writs, i., 132). By the above-mentioned letters patent, the sheriff, Alexander
de Cave and Geoffrey de Hotham were appointed collectors in the county of York
(Ibid., 133). Of the two last-named persons some notices have alread} r been
given (pp. 259, 264).

c That portion of the roll which comprises the wapentake of Staincliffe is so
much injured by damp that I did not attempt to transcribe it. And this was the
less necessary, as the " Inquisitio do feodis militum," printed at page 189, is of
the same date, and contains similar information.



YOUCROSSE:



TnoRNETON. 6 De Rosea c de Moubray pro quinque car.
terra in Thorneton, unde xiiij car., etc., xiiijs. iiijd. ob. De
Ingramo de Gynes** pro duabus car. terrse in eadem, unde, ut
supra, vs. ixd. De Gregorio de Thorneton pro una car. terrse
in eadem, unde, ut supra, ijs. xd.

CLAPHAM. De Willelmo filio Johannis de Clapeham pro
tricesima parte unius feodi milit. in Clapham, xvjd.

DENT. De Hugone filio Henrici* pro una car. terrse in
Dent, unde xiiij car., etc., ijs. xd. ob.

SADBERGH. De eodem Hugone pro una car. terrse in Sad-
bergh, unde, ut supra, ijs. ixd. ob.

INGLETON. De Johanne filio Hugonis^ pro tribus car. terrse
in Ingleton, unde xviij car., etc., vjs. viijd. q.

BENTHAM. De eodem Johanne pro tribus car. terrse in
Bentham, unde, ut supra, vjs. viijd. q.

AUSTWIK. De Johanne de Harington pro sex car. terrse in
Austwik, unde, ut supra, xiijs. iiijd. ob.

Summa Ivjs. xd.



The wapentake of Ewcross does not occur in Kirkby s Inquest or in the
Feoda Milit urn.

* Thornton in Lonsdale.

c Roesia, widow of Eoger de Mowbray, and sister to Gilbert, earl of Clare
(Dugd. Bar., i., 126).

d " Cristiana, quse fuit uxor Ingelrami de Gynes," was living in the 19th
Edward II. (Abbrev. Rot. Orig., 293).

Hugh Fitz Henry died in the 33rd Edward I., and was succeeded by his son
Henry (Cat. Gen., ii., 697).

/ The Inq. p. m. of John Fitz Hugh, who married Isabella, daughter and
heiress of Michael de Ryhill, was taken 13th January, 34th Edward I. The
iurors say that " Henricus filius Johannis filii Hugonis est propinquior hseres
ejus, et fuit setatis trium annorum ad festum Sancti Edmundi Regis et Marty ris
proximo prseteritum" (Cal. G-en., ii., 679). Est etiam nova inquisitio ad in-
quirendum quis sit dominus de Burton in Lonesdale, de quo manerium de Ingelton
tenetur in capite : " Johannes filius Bogeri le Moubray est dominus de Burton,
qui infra sctatem est et in custodia domini regis. Et Roysia, quse fuit uxor
B/ogeri le Moubray, dotata est per ipsum dominum regem de prsedicto manerio
de Burton" (Ibid.).



MORLAY.



FARNELAY. De Margareta a de Nevill pro iij car. terrse in
Farnelay, unde xviij car. faciunt feod., vjs. viijd.

HE TON. De eadem Margareta pro iij car. terrse in Heton
Flattes* (sic), unde, nt supra, vjs. viijd.

ARMELAY. De eadem Margareta pro iiij bov. terrse in
Armelay, unde, ut supra, xiiijd.

IDEL. De Roberto de Plumpton c pro iij car. terrse in Idel,
unde xiiij car. faciunt feod., viijs. vijd. ob.

ELAND. De Hugone de Eland pro una car. et sex bov.
terras in Eland, unde xvj car., etc., iiijs. iiijd. ob.

CARLINGHOU. De Hugone de Eland pro ij bov. terras in
Carlinghou et Batelay, unde, ut supra, vijd. ob.

OURUM.^ De Johanne de Lascy pro una car. terrse in
Ourum, unde, ut supra, ijs. vjd.

WIRKELAY/ De Willelmo de Wirkelay pro una car. terrae
in Wirkelay, unde xviij car., etc., ijs. ijd. ob. q. De Rogero de
Northalle pro una car. terrse in eadem, unde, ut supra, ijs. ijd.
ob. q.

HECMUNDWIK. De Johanne Tilly pro una car. terrse et iiij
bov. in Hecmundwik, unde xx car. terrse, etc., iijs.

GOMERSALE. De eodem Johanne pro sex car. terrse in
Gomersale, unde, ut supra, xijs.

TONG. De Ricardo de Tong pro iij car. terrse in Tong,
unde xviij car., etc., vjs. viijd. q.

NORTH BIREL. De Willelmo de Swinlington pro ij car.
terrse in Swinlington/ (sicj, unde, ut supra, iiijs. vd. oj.

a Margaret, daughter and heiress of Sir John Longvillers, of Hornby, and
widow of Sir Geoffrey de Neville (Tlioresby s Ducat. Leod., ed. 1816, 184). By
Inq. p. m. taken in the 12th Edward II., Margaret de Neville died seised, inter
alia, of the manor of Farnley, which she held of the honour of Pontefract, and
of lands in Heton (Cal. Inq. p. m., i., 290).

* An error for Heton Clack, now called Cleckheaton.

c Son and heir of Sir Robert de Plumpton, by Isabella, daughter of Serlo de
Westwick (Dugd. Visit, of Yorks., ed. Surt. Soc., 190). His grandfather, Nigel
de Plumpton, held Idell of the earl of Lincoln in the 29th Henry III. (Plumpton
Com, ed. Camden Soc., xvii, xx).

d South Owrain, in the parish of Halifax.

"Wortley, near Leeds. f See page 225, antea.



280 AID GRANTED TO KING EDWARD I.

MIDELTON. De Simone de Crepping pro iij car. terrse in
Midelton, unde, ut supra, di. marc.

BATELAY. De Ada de Oxenhope et Johanne filio Willelmi
pro iij car. terrse in Batelay, unde, nt supra, di. marc.

ERDESLAWE. De Johanne de Heton pro ij car. et di. terrse
in Erdeslawe, unde xv car., etc., di. marc.

LYVERSEGE. De Roberto de Lyversege et Willelmo de
Lyversege pro iij car. terras in Lyversege, nnde xviij car., etc.,
di. marc.

MIRFELD. De Johanne de Heton et Ada de Pontefracto
et Johanne, rectore ecclesise de Mirfeld, et Ada de Everingham
pro ij car. terrse et sex bov. in Mirfeld, unde, ut supra, vjs. ijd.
De Ada de Hop om^ pro ij bov. terrse in eadem, unde, ut supra,
vijd. De Ada de Helagh pro una car. terrse in eadem, unde,
ut supra, ijs. ijd. ob. q.

LOFTHOUS. De Thoma de Lofthous pro una car. terrse in
Lofthous, unde xij car., etc., xld.

HUNSLET. De Willelmo le Latimer pro iij car. terrse in
Hunslet, unde xxiiij car., etc., vs.

CALVERLAY. De Johanne Scott pro una car. terrse in Cal-
verlay, unde, ut supra, xxd.

FERSLAY. De eodem Johanne pro xj bov. terrse in Ferselay,
unde, ut supra, ijs. iijd. ob.

PUDESAY. De Hugone de Wodhall pro ij car. terrse in
Pudesay, unde, ut supra, xld.

MORLAY (sic). h De Simone Warde pro vj car. in Drittling-
ton, nnde xviij car. terrse, etc., j marc.

[BIESTON ET MORLAY.] De Willelmo de Bieston pro iij
car. terrae in Bieston et Morlay, unde, ut supra, di. marc.

Summa vij li. xs. xd.

* He is called Hopton at page 225.
h See page 227, antea.



STRAFFOIU).



BRINSFORD, ETC. De Ada de Normanvile pro uno feodo
milit. in Brinsford,, Tribergh et Dalton/ xls.

WATH, B(R)AMPTON/ [ETC.] De Willelmo le Flemming c
pro j feodo in Wath, B(r)ampton, Wambewell, Derfeld et
Wrtlay/ xls.

TRETON [ET] ULLAY. De Edmundo Wastenais pro uno
feodo in Treton et Ullay pars de xls. xxvijs. xd.

ASTON. De Willelmo de Cantolupo e pro uno feodo in
Aston, xls.

EDLINGTOX. De Warino filio Fulconis pro medietate unius
feodi in Edlington, xxs.

MAGNA HALTON. De Willelmo de Hamelton pro medietate
unius feodi in Magna Halton, xxs.

MOREHOUS. De Willelmo le Latimer pro medietate unius
feodi in Morehous et Clayton, xxs.

a In the Feoda Militum (p. 230) Adam de Normanvill is returned as holding
one knight s fee in " Brinsford, Tryberge, Dalton et Boulton."

4 Brampton Byerlaw, in the parish of Wath-upon-Dearne.

c Son of Reiner le Fleming. In the 21st Edward I. he was called to shew by
what right he claimed to have gallows and infangtheof at Wath, when he pleaded
that all his ancestors had enjoyed that privilege (S. YorJcs., ii., 65. Plac. de Quo
War., 203). William le Fleming died in 1307, leaving Reiner, or Reginald, his
son and heir, then between thirty and forty years of age (Cal. Gen., ii., 735).

d Wortley, in the parish of Tankersley (S. Yorks., ii., 307).

e In the 21st Edward I. William de Cantilupe and Emma, his wife, were
summoned to shew by what right they claimed to have free warren in all their
demesne lands in "Aston, Kereby, Ravenesthorp, Bolteby and Trilleby," and
infangtheof and gallows in the same towns (Plac. de Quo War., 225). William
de Cantilupe died about the 2nd Edward II. (Abbrev. Rot. Orig., i., 161), and
shortly afterwards the lands of Aston were claimed by T. de Outhenby, or de
Auuby, and William de Ergham, as the representatives, the one of Christian,
the other of Joan, sisters of Osbert de Arches, while Edmund Mansel claimed a
third part, as son and heir of Alice, another sister. He brought his action, and
the cause came to a hearing in the 5th Edward II., when the jury found that
Alice was a bastard, and the plaintiff in mercy (S. Yorks., ii., 161). In the
Knights Fees in the wapentake of Strafforth (temp. Edw. II.), mentioned at
page 230, note h, it is stated that " Wiilelmus de Ergham et Thomas Anesley
(sic) ten unum feodum de (sic) Aston de feodo [de Luterell]." In the Nomina
Villarum, however, Thomas de Aunby is returned sole lord of Aston in 1316,
and, as Thomas de Outhenby, he occurs as patron of that rectory in 1321 (Reg.
Melton, 150 J).



282 AID GRANTED TO KING EDWARD I.

HOTON PAYNEL. De Galfrido Luterel-^ pro medietate unius
feodi in Hoton Paynel, xxs.

BILHAM. De Thoma de Barvile pro di. feodo milit. in
Bilham, xxs.

THIRNESCHOCH. De Magistro Roberto de Barneby pro
quarta parte unius feodi in Thirneschoch, xs.

FRICKELAY. De Willelmo le Vavasour pro octava parte
unius feodi in Frickelay, vs. De Johanne Haringel^ pro octava
parte unius feodi in eadem,, vs.

HIKELTON, ETC. De Willelmo Daniel/ 4 Egidio de Hikelton/
Thoma de Asshebur et Waltero de Apperley pro uno feodo in
Hikelton et Cateby, xls.

CANTELAY. De Priore de Wirkesop, Abbate de Kirkestall,
Priore Hospitalis Sanctse Katerinse Lyncoln et Priorissa de
Hanepol pro di. feodo milit. in Cantlay, xxs.

LOVERSALE. De Johanne de Ripariis pro iiij ta parte unius
feodi in Loversale, xs.

LANGETWAIT.-* De Willelmo de Langtwait pro iiij ta parte
unius feodi milit. in Langtwait et aliis* villis, xs.

ROUTHEMARAYS. De Johanne de Aneslay, S(tephano) de
Bella Aqua et Willelmo de Appelford pro j feodo milit. in Routh-
marays et Wambewell, xvs.

HOTON LYVET ET PICKEBURN. De Jacobo Lyvet pro uno
feodo milit. in Hoton Lyvet et Piekeburn, xls.

Summa xxj li. vijs. xd.

/ Sir Geoffrey Luterell, son and heir of Sir Eobert, was 21 years old on the
1st of June, 25th Edward I. (Cal. Gen., ii., 536). He married Agnes, daughter
of Sir Eichard Sutton, of Sutton, co. Notts., and died in 1345 (Stcvpleton s Trinity
Priory, 160).

z In 1314 John de Haringel was a commissioner of Array in the wapentake
of Strafforth (Parl. Writs, ii., 974).

* He is called Danyell at page 231. Peter de Eotherfield, who held the vill
of Hickleton at the date of Kirkby s Inquest (p. 4), had a son William, who left
four daughters his co-heirs, of whom one married William d Eyvile, who is said
by Dodsworth to have held Hickleton (S. Yorks., ii., 133).

" Egidius, films personse de Hekelton," married another of the daughters
and co-heirs of William de Eotherfield (S. Tories., ii., 133).

i Langthwaite is the name of a farm about three miles N.W. of Doncaster.

* According to the Feoda Militum (p. 231, antea), William de Langwath held
the fourth part of a knight s fee in Langwath and Bramley. But in the above-
mentioned Knights Fees in this wapentake (temp. Edw. II.), it is stated that
" hsor Willelmi de Langhtwayt [ten ] iiij tam partem unius feodi in Langhtwayt,
et iiij tam partem unius feodi in Waddesworth."



TIKEHILL.



BENTLEY. De Pagano de Tibtoft pro uno feodo milit. in
Bentley, xls.

ATHEWIK, ETC. De Alicia du Lound a pro di. feodo milit. in
Athewik et Barneby, xxs.

WILTHORP. De hser Johannis de Bella Aqua pro di. feodo
milit. in Wil thorp, xxs.

PARVA HALGHTON. De Johanne de Anneslay pro di. feodo
milit. in Parva Halghton,* xxs.

WIKERLEY. De (Jaco)bo Lyvet pro di. feodo milit. in
Wikerley, xxs.

BOULTON ET SWYNTON. De Thoma de Monnteney et Ste-
phano de Bella Aqua pro di. feodo milit. in Boulton et Swynton,
xxs. c

SPROTEBURGH, ETC. De Willelmo filio Willelmi pro ij feod.
milit. in Sprotteburgh cum membris, iiij li.

DENINGBY, ETC. De Willelmo le Vavasour de Deningby
pro uno feodo milit. in Deningby et Neuhalle/ xls.

GRESSEBROK. De Thoma Barbot pro di. feodo milit. in
Gresebrok, xxs.

MELTON. De Willelmo de Sancto Georgio pro di. feodo in
Melton, xxs. De Willelmo le Crescy pro di. feodo milit. in
Melton, xxs.

HOTON ROBERT, ETC. De Roberto de Hoton pro uno feodo
milit. in Hoton Robert, Stansale et Wilsik, xls.

S HELTON. De Waltero de Tyneslawe et Johanne de Shelton
pro uno feodo milit. in Shelton pars de xls. xxs.

STAYNTON, ETC. De Johanne Le Boteler pro uno feodo
milit. in Staynton et Helghby, xls.

WADWORTH. De Adam de Everingham pro uno feodo milit.
in Wadworth, xls.

Summa xxiij li.

a See page 269, note i.

b " Johannes de Annesley tenet in Parva Halghton et Arkesay di. feod. milit. "
(p. 232, antea).

c The above six entries are bracketted together in the margin of the roll, with
the description " Honor de Bentley " annexed.

rf Deningby and Neuhalle are not mentioned in the Feoda Militum.



BARKESTON.

MIKELFELD. De Osberto de Spaldington et Johanne de la
Launde pro uno feodo milit. in Mikelfeld pars de xls. xs.

LUTRINGTON. De Johanne de Nevill et suis participibus pro
uno feodo milit. in Lutrington, xls.

STYVETON. De Johanne de Bay gate pro uno feodo milit. in
Styveton, Thorp Wilughby, etc./ xls.

HODELSTON. De Johanne de Melsa pro uno feodo milit. in
Hodelestoii, xls.

GAYTEFORD. De Johanne de Burstall pro di. feodo milit. in
Gaytford, xxs.

BRETTON. De Johanne de Lascy pro iiij ta parte unius feodi
milit. in Bretton, 6 xs.

LUMBY. De Johanne de [Raygate] c et Hugone, presbitero/
pro iiij ta parte unius feodi milit. in [Lumby], xs.

BIRNE. De Johanne de Bella 5 (sic) pro di. feodo milit. in
Birne, xxs.

SOUTH MILFORD. De Willelmo de Camera pro tertia decima
parte unius feodi milit. in South Milford, iijs. ob. q.

BARKES[TON]. De Archiepiscopo Ebor. pro quarta parte
unius feodi milit. in Barkcs[ton], xs.

TADCASTRE. De Henrico de Percy pro iiij car. terrse in
Tadcastre, unde x car. faciunt feod., pars de xvjs. vs. viijd.

HESELWOD. De Willelmo le Vavasour pro iij car. terrse in
Heselwod, unde xiiij car., etc., viijs. vijd. ob.

RITHRE [ET] LEEDE. De Willelmo de Rithre pro uno feodo
milit. in Rithre et Leede, xls.

BRAMHAM. De haer Petri de Malo Lacu pro quarta parte
unius feodi milit. in Bramham, xs.

CLIFFORD. De Johanne Burdon, Willelmo Inwardby, Mar-
meduco de Clifford et Angertino Salwayn pro duabus car. teme
et di. in Clifford, unde xiiij car., etc., vijs. ijd. q.

a See page 213, antea.

1 According to the Feoda Militum (p. 213), John de Lascy held the fourth
part of a knight s fee in Bretton and Gayteford.

c This roll, as I have previously stated, is much injured by damp, and the
writing is in many instances completely effaced. The bracketted portions of the
text are supplied, as far as practicable, from the Feoda Militum.

d Hugh, the priest of " Fery juxta Pontem" (p, 213, antea}.

e " Hseres domini Johannis de Bella Aqua " (p. 214, antea).



WAPENTAKE OF BARKSTON-ASH, W. R. 285

[OcLESTHORp.] De Johanne de Oclesthorp pro di. car.
terrse in Oclesthorp,, unde, ut supra, pars de xvijd. q.
viijd. ob.

[SUTTON.] De Johanne de Rothirfeld pro ij car. terrse in
Sutton, unde, ut supra, vs. ixd.

[FARBURN.] De hser Roberti de Everingham pro di. feodo
milit. in Farburn, xxs.

[HATHELSAY, ETC.] De [Milone] de Stapelton pro [quarta]
parte unius feodi in Hathelsay, Brayton et Beghby/xs.

[CARLETON. De^ pro iij] car. terrse in Carle-
ton, unde viij car., etc., xvs.

[KYRKBY ET GRIMESTON. De Margare] ta 7 de Nevill pro
[ij] car. terrse in [Kyrkby et Grimes] ton, unde xiiij car., etc.,
vs. ixd.

[NORTH MILFORD.] De [hsered ] Roberti de North Milford
pro una [car. terrse] in North Milford, unde, ut supra, ijs.
xd. ob.

GRIMSTON. De [Ada] de Mikelfeld pro di. car. terrse in
Grimston, unde, ut supra, xvijd. q.

HIRST COURTENAY. De [Johanne] de Foxholes et suis par-
ticipibus pro ij car. terrse in Hirst Courtenay, unde, ut supra,
[vs.] ixd.

SAXTON. De Alesia de Lascy pro iij car. terrse in Saxton
cum membris, unde xiiij car., etc., pars de viijs. vijd. ob.
xvijd. q.

TOUTETON. De Willelmo de Stopham pro ij car. terrse in
Toueton, unde xiiij car., etc., vs. ixd.

Summa xvij li. ixs.



/ This place is called Barneby in the Feoda Milituin. I am not able to
identify it.

s Probably " De Auchero filio Henrici." See p. 215, antea.

* Margaret de Neville died seised of lands in Kirkby and Grimston by Inq.
p. m., 12th Edward II. (Cal. Inq, p. m., i., 290).



SKIR[AKE.]

MORTON. De hser de Morton pro ij car. et di. terrse in
Morton, unde xiiij, etc. pars de vijs. ijd. q. iijs. vjd. q. Vice-
comes recepit residuum"

ILKELAY. De villata de Ilkelay pro ij car., unde, ut supra,
pars de vs. ixd. ijs. xd. Vicecomes recepit residuum.

YEDON. De riser* de Yedon pro una car. et di., unde xvj
car., etc., iijs. ixd.

ROUDON. De Priore de Boulton pro una car. terrse in Rou-
don, unde, ut supra ; de Thoma de Horsford pro una car. terrse
in eadem, unde, ut supra pars de vijs. vjd. iijs. Vic rec.
resid.

HORSFORD. De Thoma de Horsford pro una car. terrae in
Horsford, unde, ut supra, pars de ijs. vjd. xvd. Vic. rec.
resid.

CARLE TON. De riser de Caiieton pro ij car. terrse in
Carleton, unde, ut supra, vs.

HEDDINGLEY. De Willelmo Paytefin pro di. feodo milit. in
Heddingley, xxs.

POTTER NEUTON. De Willelmo de Wentworth pro di. feodo
in Potter Neuton, xxs.

ALLIRTON GLEDHOU. De hser Willelmi de Allirton pro di.
car. terrse in Allirton Gledhou, unde xvj car., etc., xvd.

GIPTON. De Alexandro de Ledes* pro una car. terrae in
Gipton, unde, ut supra, ijs. vjd.

SWILINGTON. De Hugone de Swinlington pro ij car. et di.
terrse in Swinlington, unde, ut supra/ xs. De eodem Hugone
pro di. feodo milit. in eadem, xxs.

ALIRTON JUXTA AQUAM. De Comite Lincolnise pro ij car.
terrse in Allirton juxta Aquam, unde x car., etc., viijs.

a These words in their contracted form, Tic. rec. res., or Vic. r. r., are added
in another hand. They shew what the collectors did not and what the sheriff
did receive. By the Letters Patent mentioned at page 277, both parties were
empowered to collect, and what the sheriff got will be accounted for on the Pipe
Roll, probably with the addition of some facts not mentioned here.

6 Alexander de Ledes had a grant of free warren in Gipton in the 33rd
Edward I. (Gal. Eot. Chart., 136).

c That ten carucates, and not sixteen, made one knight s fee in Swillington
is proved by the amount which Hugh de Swillington paid for the two and a half
carucates held ~by him, and also by the entry in the Peoda Militum.



WAPENTAKE OF SKYRACK, W. R. 287

PRESTON. De Ada de Preston pro di. feodo milit. in
Preston, xxs.

OUSTHORP. De hser Willelmi de Lincoln pro una car. et



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