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acre 3d acre is worth acres of arable acres of land acres of meadow Adam advowson annum 12d annum 20s annum 6d arable land atte Blessed Mary burgage capital messuage carucate of land Chan cottars curtilage customars demesne dovecote Earl easements Easter equal portions feast of St forest free tenants garden Geoffrey half a knight's half a virgate heir Henry Henry III hens holds half holds one cottage holds one messuage holds one virgate Hugh Inquisition John the Baptist King in chief King's escheator knight's fee lands and tenements lord Martin Michael Michaelmas Nicholas nqulSltlOn pannage pasture paying therefor yearly pays per annum Peter Philip pleas and perquisites principal terms Ralph Reginald rent of assize Richard Robert Roger Sarum scutage seised serjeanty service of paying sheep sheriff of Wilts tallage Thomas villeins virgate of land Walter William worth 1d worth per annum
Page 441 - Warryn held in his demesne as of Fee on the day on which he died the Manor of...
Page 293 - Sellinge aforesaid, which he held of the King in chief by the service of one knight's fee...
Page 311 - Gary, now escheator there, that it is not to the damage of the king or others...
Page 381 - William was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day that he died...
Page 359 - Lord, the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary, the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and St.
Page 73 - Nicholas, to hold to him and the heirs of his body, of the chief lords of that fee ; and he warranted the same.
Page 367 - There are there free tenants in socage, who pay per annum at the Nativity of the Lord, Easter, the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, and the feast of St.
Page 130 - John his father held of the King in chief, on the day that he died...