Early Yorkshire Charters: Volume 3: Being a Collection of Documents Anterior to the Thirteenth Century Made from the Public Records, Monastic Chartularies, Roger Dodsworth's Manuscripts and Other Available Sources

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William Farrer
Cambridge University Press, Mar 21, 2013 - History - 542 pages
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This thirteen-volume series, published for the Yorkshire Archaeological Society between 1914 and 1965, is an extensive collection of the pre-thirteenth-century deeds and charters of Yorkshire, which had previously remained largely unpublished. The first three volumes were expertly edited by William Farrer (1861-1924), after whose death Charles Travis Clay (1885-1978) took up the task. The series was well respected for the quality of Farrer's editing, which was only surpassed by that of Clay in the later volumes. The majority of Volume 3 (1916) is devoted to the extensive charters of the Lascy fee of Pontefract and the Albermarle fee of Holderness. It also includes documents relating to Hallamshire and Mortemer. Each text is prefaced with a summary, and documents of note are followed by a discussion of their content and points of interest, including genealogies of the people involved.
 

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chapel of Long Riston had taken away 116075 66
1
1601
3
1269
7
1279
14
Hugh de Bramley to Kirksteadland in Bramley 120018
18
1290
20
William de Luvetot confirms his fathers gifts to Kirkstead
26
30 Le grammre
30
16
189
Henry de Lascy to PontefractKellingley 114754
194
Same to samegeneral confirmation 11778 5
200
Fine concerning Barwick in Elmet 1182
206
Agreement between Hervey de Lofthus and Kirkstall respecting
213
1 Peitevin
214
Henry de Lascy confirms to Pontefract the gift of Norton west
216
id
219

The same to Walter the Chamberlainland in Holmeonthe
41
Hugh de Puiset confirms to Swine the church there 114153 75
53
I341 Robert son of Erneis confirms to Bridlington the church
63
Leonius son of Ralph to St Peters Hospital Yorkmill
66
Henry II confirmsto Swine various churches etc 116372
72
Robert the Constable of Halsham to Meauxland in Tharles
79
Henry and Ralph de Day confirm the same l 16080
80
The same to Worksopmill at Holme Carr and part of
81
Archbp Thurstan confirms to Bridlington the churches
85
Hugh de Milford to Selbyrent from North Milford 1190
86
Hawise the countess confirms the same 11951210
88
Uctred the usher to Kirksteadland in Handsworth 1 18190
90
Anastasius IV also confirms 1154
94
Henry II acquits the monks of Meaux of tolls etc 1 15461
101
1397 Agreement between the church of Skeckling and the chapel
107
William earl of Albemarles grants in Skeffling 116579
113
408
117
Henry de Luvetot confirms the same mosrs
122
1414
123
1427
136
of Richard
141
rasa
142
zoo 30
154
Paine
157
Jordan Folipt II to Nostellconfirms the mill of Norton 1 159
159
The same confirms other gifts to Pontefract 113640
163
12
171
Hugh de Laval to Pontefractthe mill at Pontefract 11229
181
Confirmation of the same 113040 161
185
Somervill
186
Mauger de Scharveston and Henry his son to Nostellland
224
I557 The same confirms to Kirkstall land in Headingley 115470
236
Roger le Peytevin confirms the same 117 586
242
1574 William de Rainevill to Kirkstallland in Bramley 115475
248
Morand de Thuri to Nostellland in Pontefract 118085
252
1497 The canons of Nostell pardon Henry de Lascy the wrongs
256
Adam de wennervill to Nostellland in Hemsworth 115470
261
Agreement between the monks of Roche and the men of Anston
264
m
274
1622
284
1631
290
1641
298
LASCY
303
William de Somervill II releases to Henry de Lascy land
306
Same to samegrants freedom from toll etc 112233
311
William son of Pain confirms the gift 11801206
315
289
330
120
339
292
370
293
376
295
407
Humphrey de Lasceles to Monk BrettonGeoffrey and
451
296
457
118
459
123
470
124
478
297
482
126
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