Early Yorkshire Charters: Volume 6, The Paynel Fee

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William Farrer, Charles Travis Clay
Cambridge University Press, Mar 21, 2013 - History - 390 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collection of the pre-thirteenth-century deeds and charters of Yorkshire, which had previously remained largely unpublished.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. Volume 6 (1939) is devoted to the Paynel Fee, drawn from English and Norman sources. The first chapter focuses on the Paynel family, and the charters presented here are predominantly concerned with lands held by Ralph Paynel and his immediate descendants. The volume also contains facsimile plates of select documents, and detailed indexes.
 

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Contents

Henry duke of Normandy to Hugh Paynelthe barony
19
Alice daughter of William Paynel and her descendants
31
The Paynels of Hooton Pagnell
38
The Paynels of Dudley and Bampton
47
Avice widow of William Paynel to sameconfirmation of
48
CHAPTER II
56
Dean and chapter of York to samesame
82
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81A William Paynel to William de Grainsbyland in Rasen and Glentworth
174
THE UNDERTENANCY IN LEEDS
175
Archbishop Rogerpresentation of Paulinus de Leeds to the Vicarage of Leeds
176
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King Henry II to Paulinus de Leedsland in Leeds
177
Simon dean of Yorkcertificate relating to church of Leeds
178
Archbishop Walter Graytaxation of the Vicarage of Leeds
179
CHAPTER VI
182

Pope Alexander III to samegeneral confirmation
90
William Paynel in England and Normandy
94
Fulk Paynel II and Roger de Lascythe honour of Vallis Seye
98
Fulk Paynel I to Drax prioryconfirmation of land and church of Drax
100
Same to samechurch of Garthorpe
102
Roger archbishop of York to Drax prioryconfirmation
103
Fulk Paynel II to sameconfirmation of churches of Drax and Garthorpe
104
Hugh son of Richard de Amotherby to Malton prioryland in Amotherby
106
Simon Tuschet to St Peters hospital Yorkland and tith in Bilbrough and Moor Monkton
108
Walter the falconer and Maud Tuschet to sameconfirmation of tithe in Moor Monkton
111
Richard de Warwick to Richard de Howthorpeconfirmation of land in Moor Monkton
112
Richard de Howthorpe to Fountains abbeyland in Moor Monkton
113
Avice de Rumilly to Thurgarton priorymill in Bingham
114
Achard the marshal to Drax priorymeadow in Drax
115
William Talun to sameservice and land in Barlow
116
Same to samerent in Barlow
117
Henry de Stonegrave to John son of Waldigland in Newhay
118
Henry de Stonegrave to Robert Authendelland in Newhay
123
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Henry de Stonegrave to William and Richard Russelllicence to sell land in Newhay to Drax priory
124
Fulk Paynel to Byland abbeyservice of a tenant in Nether Silton
125
Fulk Paynel I to William de Rednessland in Swinton
126
CHAPTER V
127
CHARTERS RELATING TO THE INHERITANCE OF ALICE DAUGHTER OF WILLIAM PAYNEL 45 Richard de Curcy to Drax prioryconfirmati...
128
Robert de Gant to sameconfirmation
129
King Richard I to sameconfirmation
130
Robert de Gant to the priory of Holy 1 rinitychurch
131
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134
Maurice de Gant to St Peters hospital Yorkconfirmation
138
6 THE FEE OF ROBERT DE STONEGRAVE
144
Richard do Curcy to Jordan de Fourcheswthreequarters
151
9 THE DEMESNE LANDS
155
Adam son of Peter to Esholt prioryland and rights in Cullingworth and Harden
157
Osbert de Bayeux to the Hospitallerstoft in Bingley
159
Osbert de Haworth to sameland in Micklethwaite
160
Avice de Rumilly to Drax priorychurch of Irnham
162
Robert de Gant to samesame
163
Robert de Gant to Alfred de Pointonland in Irnham
164
Walter de Scoteny to Drax prioryland in Roxby
165
Same to sameprivileges in Roxby
167
Same to sameconfirmation of land in Roxby
168
Robert de Gantletter relating to church of Swinstead
170
ll THE LANGTON FEE
171
William de Balliol to Malton prioryland in Easthorpe
172
l4 THE FEE OF HUGH DE GANT
173
William Paynelreturn of knights fees
184
William Paynel to Hubert archbishop of Canterbury
187
Maud de Rouellé to the chapel in the south porch of Win
193
Sir Adam Paynel to Nun Appleton prioryprivileges
200
William de Alta ripa to Antony de Alta ripaManby
206
Gerard dc Furnival to the prebend of Laughtonrent from
213
Todwick
214
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215
Ralph Tortemains to sameLittle Todwick
217
Emulf de Magnaville and Maud de Luvetot to Robert Brito quitclairn of right in customs in Whiston
218
21 THE GREAT HOUGHTON FEE
219
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221
Alexander Paynel and Agnes his wife to Nostell priorycon firmation of land in Great Houghton
222
William Paynel to samegeneral confirmation
223
William Paynel to the Templarshalf a knights fee in Grea Houghton
224
Henry de Vernoil and Agnes his wife to Nostell prioryconfir mation of land in Great Houghton
225
William de Lisle and Edeline his wife to sameconfirmation
226
Same to samequitclaim of a rent
227
22 THE THURNSCOE AND BILHAM FEE
228
William Paynel to Roche abbeyconfirination
229
Jordan de Lascy to Nostell prioryfiland in Thurnscoe
230
Same to samesame
231
Jordan Paynel II to samesame
232
23 THE HOOTON PAGNELL FEE
233
William Paynel to Nostell priorychurch of Hooton Pagnell
234
William Paynel to St Peters Yorkland in Hooton Pagnell
235
William Paynel to samewoodland in same
236
Walter prior of Newburgh to Henry de Botcherbyland in same
238
Henry de Botcherby to Newburgh prioryfealty for same
239
William Paynel to St Peters Yorkland in Hooton Pagnell
240
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241
Same to sameland in Hooton Pagnell
242
74
256
Roger Mustel to William de WeetonTofthouse
257
26 THE FEE OF WILLIAM DE WEETON ROGER
262
APPENDIX
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