Court rolls of the manor of Hales, 1272 (i.e. 1270)-1307

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StatementEdited for the Worcestershire historical society, by John Amphlett ... assisted by Sidney Graves Hamilton.
ContributionsAmphlett, John, 1845-1918., Hamilton, Sidney Graves, 1855-1916., Worcestershire Historical Society.
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LC ClassificationsDA690.H15
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Court rolls of the manor of Hales, [i.e. ] Item Preview. The following division of the book is suggested: Vol. to contain Preface, Introduction, Map, text, pp. I — ; Vol. —including Index. PREFACE. r PHE Worcestershire Historical Society is much indebted to the Viscount Cobham for kindly allowing them.

Court rolls of the manor of Hales, [i.e. ] Court rolls of the manor of Hales, Printed for the Worcestershire historical Society, by J. Parker and Co., (OCoLC) Court rolls of the manor of Hales, [i.e.

], Volume 3 Hales Manor, England, Sidney Graves Hamilton, Rowland Alwyn Wilson Printed for the Worcestershire historical society, - Law. A manorial roll or court roll is the roll or record kept of the activities of a manorial court, in particular containing entries relating to the rents and holdings, deaths, alienations, and successions of the customary tenants or copyholders.

The records were invariably kept in roll form in the Middle Ages, but in the post-medieval period were more usually entered into volumes.

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FOREWORD The information presented here includes:– (1) A translation of Ludshott Manor Court Rolls covering the years – (71 Courts); the Rolls, though in Latin, are not the original documents but a set of copies (with occasional copyist’s errors) made in the s, very possibly for the convenience of the Wall family, who acquired the Manor in J.

Amphlett, Court Rolls of the Manor of Hales –, Part I (Worcestershire Record Society, Oxford, ). Google Scholar P. Foden, ed. and trans., Records of the Manor of Norton in the Liberty of St.

Albans, –, vol. 29 (Caxton Hill, Hertford: Hertfordshire Record Publications, ).Author: Miriam Müller. : Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield: to (Cambridge Library Collection - Medieval History) (): Lister, John: Books. Court Rolls of Manor of Hales "The present series is of exceptional interest because of the light it throws on the manners and habits of a rural population at that period Such records as these show us the humble population of the land living its life and going its way regardless of political actions of kings.".

The Court rolls of the Manor of Wakefield, Volume 5; Volume 10 Wakefield Manor (England), Constance Mary Fraser, Kenneth Emsley, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Snippet view.

WAKEFIELD COURT ROLLS. The Yorkshire Archaelogical Society, Record Series vol.

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29, Court Rolls of The Manor of Wakefield Vol. 1 By William Paley Bailon. [In the time of Ed I and John 7th Earl Warenne] COURT at Birton, on Thursday in the feast of S. Luke the Evangelist [Oct 18th], in the said year The court rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October to September / edited and calendared by Constance M.

Fraser with Kenneth Emsley. KF A2 W34 The court rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October to September / edited and calendared by Moira Habberjam, Mary O'Regan, Brian Hale; with an introd. by C.M. Fraser. : Court Rolls of the Manor of Acomb: I (Yorkshire Archaeological Soc Record Series) (Vol 1) (): Richardson, Harold: Books.

Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield, – and (Record Series volume 57) The Wakefield manorial court rolls span more than six centuries from tomaking them one of the most comprehensive series now in existence, and the Yorkshire Archaeological Society has been engaged in their publication andFile Size: KB.

Amphlett, J. Hamilton, S. Court Rolls of the Manor of Hales, – Worcestershire Historical Society Oxford Anderson, R. The Assize of Bread Book, – Southampton Record Society, Southampton Cited by: Wilson, Court Rolls of the Manor of Hales, 3 vols.

Worcester Historical Society, Henley's Husbandry: Elisabeth Lamond and W. Cunningham, Walter of Henley's. The first volume of these Court Rolls ended with the Court held on the Vigil of St. Matthew the A postle, that is September 20th, ;the present volume ends with the corresponding Court in There is, however, an unfortunate gap between and Author: Wakefield Manor.

The court rolls of Ramsey, Hepmangrove and Bury constitute a distinctive collection of primary sources for examining and exploring the lives of ordinary people and the institutions of a rural community in the East Midlands of medieval England from the end of the 13th century to the beginning of the 17th century.

a man was required to find a pledge for his wife, see J. Amphlett (ed.), Court Rolls of the Manor of Hales (Oxford, ), I, At Elton, the pledgee himself virtually always had the responsibility for finding pledges. The one exception to this rule can be found in the court roll in which the con.

The records of the Manor of Ightham inspected by the writer consist for the most part of Court Rolls, but include a few deeds and other ancient documents. The Court Rolls are the records of proceedings at the local Courts, and the name is taken from the long, rolled-up sheets of parchment or paper on which such records were originally written.

The Methley Manor Court Rolls,and part of It took little time to deal with the last Call Book, so I devoted the rest of the day to the search for earlier references to the Lindley family in the extensive collection of Methley Manor Court Rolls.

Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield, – (Record Series volume 78) The Wakefield manorial court rolls span more than six centuries from tomaking them one of the most comprehensive series now in existence, and the Yorkshire Archaeological Society has been engaged in their publication and preservation for more than a Size: KB.

Publication date Title Variation Wakefield court rolls, Series Wakefield court rolls series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society ; v. For hedge-burning, see the predominance of women reported for this offense in Amphlett, John ed., Court rolls of the manor of Hales, –, 2 vols.

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(Oxford, and ). For expulsions, Horsham (Norfolk) provides a good example: almost two thirds of the roughly strangers reported between and were women (I thank Elaine. Court Rolls of Holmesfield in Dronfield Parish William Clay son and heir of Myrie the sister of Richard Wood daughter of Robert Wood.

2 bovates of land at Holmesfield. Henry Clay occupied a close called Hogfield without licence. manor, a preliminary to the divestment of the estate by the Crown to Henry Rich, first earl of Holland, who transferred it to Sir Gervase Clifton shortly afterwards.

Since the new series of calendared Wakefield Court Rolls now includes the rolls for Healaugh and Muker Manor Court Books: The Swaledale & Arkengarthdale Local History Group and North Yorkshire County Record Office have embarked upon a project to make the content of the Healaugh and Muker Manor Court Books fully searchable via the SWAAG website.

76 Court rolls of the manor of Hales, 77 Cross's historical hand-book to Malvern By Cross, Henry 78 Diary of Francis Evans, secretary to Bishop Lloyd, ed. for the Worcestershire historical society By Evans, Francis Seller Rating: % positive. Court roll definition is - a roll used in the records of a court.

Market rights, revenues, competition, and the licensing system suggests that earlier the contrary had been demanded [J. Amphlett, Court Rolls of the Manor of Hales,Worcestershire Historical Society,The First Ledger Book of High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire Record .12 R.A.

Wilson, ed., Court Rolls of the Manor of Hales, in (Worcestershire Historical Society, ), pp. 13 W.O. Ault, 'Village assemblies in medieval England', in Album Helen Maud Cam.4 THE COURT ROLLS OF THE MANOR OF WAKEFIELD Ellis, jurors, present that for a messuage called Hullocke with lands appurtenant in the graveship of Holme, Oliver Roberts is elected grave.

He should have the aid of James Roberte and Roger Robucke for 9 acres lately appurtenant to the messuage, and of John Moore-house for 17 acres inFile Size: 80KB.