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[Throughout, in foro is translated as marketstead, which is consistent with the ME occurrence of marketstede in the rental. Loughborough received a market charter in 1221, so the market probably commenced officially in 1222]

[Dating of the rental: [51] below refers to 'post primam mortalitatem' which suggests that the rental cannot have been composed before 1362-3, the second incident of plague; in [51] below, there have been further events after 1362-3, which would push the rental back to the 1370s at the earliest; an asterisk [*] following a tenant's name below indicates that the tenant was included in the 1379 Poll Tax for Loughborough]

[1] Loss of rent of a cottage with a croft added to it which Helen de Bonington and John Hulleson held, with two day-works, because in the lord's hand (In defectu redditus unius cotagii cum quodam Crofto anexato quod Elena de Bonington et Johannes Hulleson tenuerunt cum ij operibus quia in manu domini) Loss of rent 3s and 2½d for a day-work (defectus redditus iijs et ijd ob pro opere)
[2] Loss of rent of 2 neighbouring cottages in le Northende which Richard Tokel held at will 4s with 4 day-works, since in the lord's hands (In decasu redditus ij Cotagiorum simul adjacentium in le Northende que Robertus Tokel tenuit ad voluntatem iiijs cum iiij operibus quia in manus domini)
[3] Robert Pegge holds a messuage in le Northende in free tenure by a charter (tenet libere per cartam) which Robert le Ster and Robert ... held for 5s 0½d annual rent, and 4½a at Wythiebuskes and 4½a under (subtus) Jorcecroft which Simon Berteuill' (sc. metathesis for Breteuill') once held (quondam tenuit) for 9d annual rent, and ½a previously held by William de Frollesworth for ½d annual rent
[4] William Pegge holds a small bit (pecia) of 1a 3½r land at Crokesty for 16d annual rent, and 2a 3½r at Wyndemilnehull for 23d annual rent, and a toft and croft at townend (ad capud ville) for 4s annual rent, and a cottage which John Mareschal held for 2s 6d annual rent and 2 day-works, a cottage and 1r which John Miles held for 2s 6d annual rent and 2 day-works, a cottage and 1r which Letice Braunche held for 2s 6d annual rent with 2 day-works, 9a 0r 17p at will at (apud) Hauerholm from the manorial demesne lands (de terris dominicalibus manerii) which Simon Berteuill' held for 9s 1½d annual rent, that is, 1s per acre (videlicet pro acra xijd), a cottage which Agnes dau of Aldus and Thomas de Barton formerly held for 3s annual rent and 2 day-works, a messuage in free tenure by charter in which Agnes dau of Aldus lived (in quo Agnes filia Aldus manebat) for 4d annual rent. He holds in free tenure by charter with many others of L (cum pluribus de villa de Lough') a messuage and a virgate which John le Ster held for 1lb of pepper for annual rent, and a cottage which Ellis Braunche and Robert de Petymor held for 2s annual rent with 2 day-works, 4½a under (subtus) Wydon' which Robert Berteuill' and John Berteuill' held for 4s 6d annual rent, that is 1s per acre because it is in Thomas Clerck's hands (quia in manus Thome Clerck), 1a past (ultra) Castelweie which Clement Warenner held for 8d annual rent; he holds by courtesy of England (Item tenet per curtal' Anglie) a messuage in which Richard Berteuill' lived (manebat) for 14d annual rent Loss of rent (defectus redditus) 2s 10d
[5] Loss of rent of half the pasture at Rushewong which Agnes dau of Aldus held, 20d because in the lord's hands (In decasu redditus medietatis pasture apud Rushewong quam Agnes filia Aldus tenuit xxs quia in manus domini)
[6] William de Becheham holds a messuage and 1 bovate which Robert de Rammeseie and John Walour held for 12s annual rent, 1a in le Grenehull which Thomas de Whitegift held, 2a at Bullocheuedlond which Thomas held, 2½a at Galtregrene, 2a at Hillertr' shooting towards (exeundes [sic] versus) Rodmer, all for 5s 4d, that is, 8d per acre (pro acra viijd), a cottage in which he lives (in quo manet) which John Couper held for 5s annual rent and 2 day-works (cum ij operibus)
[7] Loss of rent of 1½a at Clerkeslesewe which Thomas de Whitegift held, 2½a at Wolleweslade which Thomas held, 2s 8d because in the lord's hands (In decasu redditus j acre dimidie apud Clerkeslesewe quas Thomas de Whitegift tenuit ij acrarum dimidie ad Wolleweslade quas idem Thomas tenuit ijs viijd quia in manus domini)
[8] Loss of rent from a cottage which Andrew le Thresher once held 2s 6d p.a. and 2 day-works because in the lord's hands (In decasu redditus unius cotagii quod Andreas le Thresher quondam tenuit ijs vjd per annum quia in manus domini cum ij operibus)
[9] Loss of rent from a cottage which William Carpenter held, 3s 6d because in the lord's hands
[10] Loss of rent of a cottage which Emma dau of Robert le Ster held in le Northende, 3s p.a. because in the lord's hands
[11] Richard Walker holds a curtilage in le Northende which Robert de Petymor held for 2d p.a.
[12] Loss of rent 1s (decasus redditus xijd) Thomas Swerdsliper' holds a croft which Letice Braunche and Roger Snow held, for 2s p.a., which used to yield in former time 3s (quod solebat reddere in antiquo tempore iijs)
[13] Thomas Hattley holds in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) a messuage which Robert Glouer held for 1s p.a.
[14] Thomas de Petymor holds a messuage and 1a which Robert le Ster held for 2s p.a. and 2 day-works
[15] Loss of rent of a small bit (pecia) of land which Robert de Petymor held, 8d because in the lord's hands. Loss of rent of all the land in the ground of Burk (In decasu redditus tocius terre in land' de Burk) which Robert held, 20s because in the lord's hands. Loss of rent of a right of fishing (piscaria) in the river (aqua) at Barrow [upon Soar] which Robert held, 1s because in the lord's hands. Small parcels held by Robert in the Rushes also in the lord's hands.
[16] Loss of rent 35s 2½d
[17] Thomas Quynton holds a messuage and 3 bovates in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) for 2s 6½d p.a.
[18] William Erl, Robert Pegge and the daughters of Robert Lille (coheredes fil' nuper Roberti Lille) with many others of L township (cum pluribus de villa de Lough') held in bits (tenent diuisim - lit. separately) a messuage and 1 virgate in free tenure by charter which Adam de Shathewell and Thomas son of Walter held for 5s 6d p.a.
[19] William Erl holds at the lord's will a cottage next to the fishpool (iuxta viuar[ium]) which William son of Agnes held for 1s p.a. and 2 day-works. He also holds a croft next to the Pinfold which William held for 8s p.a.
[20] William Souter holds a bovate without a messuage (sine mesuagio) and 1½a on le Redehill which Robert le Ster once held, for 5s p.a., which used to yield 10s (que solebat reddere xs). He also holds a virgate without a messuage which Nicholas de Thorp and Thomas le Mareschall held for 20s p.a. He holds 2a at Handlemore which Robert Petimor held, 5a 0r 4p of demesne land (de terris dominicalibus) at Crokesty, 1a 2½r 4p at Newedoles which William de Preston and Emma Wytsyd formerly held for 5s 9¼d
[21] Loss of rent 5s
[22] Loss of rent of a cottage which Gilbert Carter and Robert attebrigg' held and a cottage which John Wallour and William Lewes held for 4s p.a. and 4 day-works because in the lord's hands. Loss of rent of 3½a at Sapemershe furlong, 5½a at Bollocslade, 1a 1½r in buttes [short lands] at Hillertre from demesne land which Richard Bretuill once held for 6s 11d, that is, 8d per acre, because in the lord's hands
[23] Loss of rent 6d from a shop in the marketstead (j shoppa in foro) late John Coynt's which William de Lewes once held, because in the lord's hands. Loss of rent of 3a 2½r 12p at Horeston furlong which Robert de Ramesay and Agnes dau of Aldous held for 3s 8d, that is, 1s per acre (pro acra xijd), because in the lord's hands
[24] Loss of rent of 7 butts at Bradmerleyes, comprising 2a 1r, which Felice Salter and Roger de Aldetre held for 18d, at 8d per acre, because in the lord's hands
[25] Margery Baroun holds a messuage in free tenure by charter which Avery (Ouerius) de Rial) once held for ½d p.a. Loss of rent of ½a at Thorp ling which Margery held for 6d, because in the lord's hands. Loss of rent of 2a at Merestalles which she held for 2s 6d, because in the lord's hands
[26] Loss of rent 3s
[27] Simon Bretuill now (nunc) T. Quynton holds in free tenure by charter a messuage and bovate which Margery Sodde held for ½d p.a. and 1 lb of pepper. He also holds in free tenure 2½a which Richard Peurell held for ½d p.a. He holds at will (ad voluntatem) now Wode (nunc Wode) a messuage which William Wheelwright (Rotar[i]us) held for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works. He holds a small bit of land on which he built an oven (placeam super quam edificavit unum furnum) for 4d p.a. He holds a cottage now Isabella Asty (nunc Isabella Asty) which Thomas de Leycestr' held for 7s p.a. and 2 day-works. He holds a cottage now John Hakoc* (nunc Johannes Hakoc) which Stephen Chalmer held with half a curtilage at townend (ad capud ville) which Stephen held for 2s 6d p.a. and 2 day-works. He holds a curtilage over from hallgate (exoposito porte aule) which Simon de Whychenor' held for 4s p.a., which used to yield 7s in former time (et solebat reddere in antiquo tempore vijs). He holds 1a on le lyng late Richard Bertuill's (sic - metathesis) and 1a there late Robert Bertuill's for 2s p.a. He holds 2a 0r 11p now John de Burton (nunc Johannes de Burton) of the new assart (de nouo sarto) in Springwell' grenes in 4 little bits of land there for 16s 0½d p.a.
[28] Loss of rent of the sheepfold (MS Bercarii, but for Bercarie?) at townend (ad capud ville) with an adjoining croft which Simon Bertuill' and William ... held for 12s, because in the lord's hands. In loss of rent of a holding called Jort' place (In decasu redditus unius tenementi vocati Jort' place) 10s, because in the lord's hands. Loss of rent of 11a at Jortescrofte, 6a 1r 15p at Peselandes, 3a 0r 10p at Holgateende, 9a 1½r 5p, 9s 9¼d
[29] Loss of rent 31s 9¼d
[30] Hugh Bardulf holds 1a 3r 12p at Colyngrauehul which Simon Bertuill' held for 14½d p.a.
[31] William Dressebor holds a cottage which Walter de Wysowe and Robert de Petimor held for 4s p.a. He holds 1a at Wythenbuskes which Robert de Petymor held for 8d p.a.
[32] John Burdon holds a cottage at the lord's will (ad voluntatem domini) which William ... and John de Londone held for 2s p.a. and a day-work. He holds a cottage which Stephen Chalmer held for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works, 1a and 2a 3r which William son of Agnes held, 4½a which John Walour and Robert de Rameseye held, 1a 0r 2p at Tothul, 2½a at Stokwell which Robert de Rameseye and Agnes dau of Aldus held, all for 8s 6d p.a., that is, for 8d per acre (videlicet pro qualibet acra viiijd). He holds a cottage late William de Kynston's which Hugh Dragon held for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works
[33] Thomas Chesterschyr' the younger holds a cottage in which his father lived (in quo pater eius manebat) for 2s p.a. and 2 day-works
[34] Richard son of John de Wysowe holds a cottage for 2s p.a. and 2 day-works which used to yield 3s in former time (quod solebat reddere in antiquo tempore iijs)
[35] Loss of rent of 2a at Ydonesyke which Thomas Boydel and Richard le Hende held, 1a at le Halle Crofteende, 5½a 0r 16p at Horstonfurlong, 2a 0r 4p at Longrenes next to Galtr' brok for 7s 1d p.a., that is, 8d per acre, because in the lord's hands
[36] Loss of rent 7s 1d
[37] Agnes del West holds a cottage which Matilda widow of William Lolleman held, for 20d p.a. and 2 day-works
[38] Margery Milion holds 1½a at Grenehull which Richard Whitside chaplain (capellanus) held, for 1s p.a.
[39] Loss of rent of 1a on le lyng which Richard Whytside chaplain held, for 1s, a small bit of land (pecia) next to Wydone which Richard held for 2d, and another small bit of land which Richard held by charter at Castelgate for 4d, because all in the lord's hands
[40] Loss of rent 18d
[41] Richard Hertnow (nunc) John Hegge holds a messuage in which he lives (in quo manet) which John Boner held, a cottage which Simon Boner and Hawise Nocke held, for 9s p.a.
[42] Agnes Pollard holds a messuage in which she lives (in quo manet) for 2s 6d and 2 day-works, a shop newly built in the marketstead (shoppa de nouo edificata in foro) for 8d p.a. and the usual stall-toll (stallagium consuetum)
[43] Margery Pollard holds a cottage which Clement le Wariner and Robert Folkyngham held for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works
[44] John Kylburne* holds a messuage in which Joan dau of Reginald lived (in quo Johanna filia Reginaldi manebat) for 8s p.a. and 2 day-works, 1a at Threforthes which Joan held for 1s p.a., a messuage in which Hugh Herdewyk' lived for 18d p.a. which used to yield 10s (quod solebat reddere xs) to hold at the lord's will (tenendum ad voluntatem domini) on the undertaking that if anyone else comes to take/claim the ... at lease, John will leave the house in the messuage but the new tenant will recompense John for all his costs and expenses (sub tali condicione quod si aliquis alius veniet ad capiendum ad ... firmam quod tunc predictus Johannes euacuet domum mesuagii ad opus cuiuscunque ita quod ipse satisfaciet eidem Johanni de omnibus misis et sumtibus per dictum Johannem inpositis)
[45] Loss of rent 8s
[46] John son of John Kylburne holds with other tenants of L township (cum aliis tenentibus de villa de L) a messuage and 1 bovate which Robert Pachet held for 1lb of pepper p.a. He holds in free tenure by charter ½a of Dalby fee which Adam Vertfaux held for ½d p.a.
[47] Loss of rent of 4a 1r at le Redehul, ½a below Burle, 3a 1½r 13p in le Botheme which Joan dau of Reginald held for 5s 5½d at 8d per acre (pro qualibet acra viijd) Loss of rent 5s 5½d
[48] Richard de Skardesdale* [Here the stitching together of the membranes obscures the text]
[49] Thomas Hasard holds a messuage which Henry Watesone and William Crofte the younger held for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works. He holds a messuage and 5a 3r of meadow late Hugh Pegge's which Thomas de Whytegyft held for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works. He holds ½a at Threforth which William Ateparson bought (perquisivit) from Richard Whitside, for 6d p.a.
[50] Ralph Calf* holds a messuage in which his father lived (in quo pater suus manebat) for 5s p.a. and 2 day-works
[51] Loss of rent of a messuage and 2 bovates and 1a meadow in Brodynge which Richard Whytside chaplain held in free tenure by charter 25s 2d because distraint on the tenants could not be found because Richard enfeoffed William Pegge in all the holdings after the first plague and immediately after that feoffment William wasted and took away all the houses on the messuage and afterwards, when the holdings were wasted, William enfeoffed an outsider woman in all the holdings who had nothing in the lordship and thus for that reason no rent can be raised (quia districcio in tenentibus non potuit inueniri eo quod idem Ricardus feofauit Willelmum Pegge in omnibus dictis tenementis in continentibus post primam mortalitatem et statim post feofamentum idem Willelmus deuastauit et abduxit omnes domos infra dictum mesuagium existentes et postea quando dicta tenementa fuerunt deuastata predictus Willelmus feofauit quandam extraneam in omnibus predictis tenementis qui nichil habuit infra dominium et sic ratione predicta dictus Redditus non potuit leuari) [cancelled] because in the tenure of Andrew Murdoc and Thomas Jay (quia infra tenuram Andree Murdoc et Thome Jay)
[52] widow of R Fleshewer Thomas Herberd
[53] John Marchal holds a messuage which Emma Brancche held for 6s p.a, and 2 day-works
[54] Richard Sclater and his wife, Agnes, hold a messuage which Richard de Malton once held for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works
[55] John de Thornton and his wife, Amice, hold a messuage which Walter Bele held for 8s p.a. and day-works, a messuage and 3a arable and 1½a meadow which Giles Forestar' and Roger Pegge held for 7s p.a. and 2 day-works, 2a 3r 16p at Colynggrauehul which Robert Petimor held for 22¾d p.a., a messuage and bovate which Hugh Fleyke held for 8s p.a. and 2 day-works
[56] Loss of rent of 1a on le leyng which Roger Pegge held for 1s p.a., and 2a 2r 15p at lydgate which Walter Bele held for 20¾d, because in the lord's hands
[57] Loss of rent 2s 8¾d
[58] John Palmer holds a cottage which Thomas de Hassheburne and Robert Whytegloue held for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works, a bovate without a messuage (sine messuagio) which Roger Pegge and Margery widow of Richard Calf held for 10s p.a.
[59] Roger son of Richard Bele holds a messuage which his father, Richard Bele, held for 3s 10d p.a. with 4d p.a. of the Dalby fee and 2 day-works, and ½a at Largeputtes for 6d p.a.
[60] Robert Vertfaux* holds a messuage which John Page held for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works, and in free tenure by charter a croft called Catcroft for 2d p.a.
[61] Robert Balle holds a messuage in free tenure by charter which Richard Meggesone held with an adjoining croft for 1s p.a.
[62] John Breton with other tenants of L holds in free tenure by charter a messuage and virgate for 1lb of pepper p.a., and in free tenure by charter a small bit of empty land in the marketstead (placea vacata in foro) for 2s 2d p.a., a messuage with a grange, 2 selds, a stall, and a small bit of meadow which Robert Bertuill' and Ellis Delyon held, a messuage, a croft, 2½a, ½a meadow which Mariota le (sic) Chapman and Robert held, a croft at townend (ad capud ville), a shop which Thomas Bertuill' and Robert held, all for 23s 9d p.a. He gives 4d p.a. for 2 boonworks at haymaking and for 2 boonworks for reaping grain in harvest (Item reddit per annum pro ij precariis ad fenum leuandum et ij precariis in autumpno ad bladum metendum ivd). He holds in free tenure 6a for 3d p.a.
[63] John Broun holds 3 tofts and a bovate in free tenure by charter for 8s p.a., a croft at townend (ad capud ville) in free tenure with right of pannage (pro pannagio habendo) for 18d p.a., and a cottage which Richard Tyner held for 18d p.a. and 2 day-works
[64] John Shephird holds a messuage in le Halgate which Thomas de Burton and John Collyng the younger held for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works
[65] John Wake holds a cottage with neighbouring croft which Richard de Thorp and Ellis Palfreyman held for 4s 6d p.a. and 2 day-works
[66] Loss of rent of 18d for 6r which Richard de Thorp and William Braunche held on le lyng, and 8s for 8a in several places (in diuersis locis) there which Richard and Robert Bertuill' held, because in the lord's hands
[67] Loss of rent 9s 6d
[68] John Maltonman holds a messuage and a bovate which Robert Chapman held for 13s 4d p.a. and 2 day-works
[69] Loss of rent of 1d for a seld in the mercery (selda inter me[r]cenariam) which Robert [Chapman] held, because in the lord's hands
[70] William Trygg holds a messuage in which he lives (in quo manet) with a neighbouring croft which Richard le Porter held for 7s and 2 day-works and 2½a on Thorp lyng' which Richard held and 1a there which the son of Robert de Wodthorp held for 3s 6d p.a.
[71] Richard son of Thomas Vertfaux holds a messuage and neighbouring croft which his father once held for 3s 1d p.a. and 2 day-works
[72] John Wulfotnow Richard Welshman (nunc Ricardus Welshman) holds a cottage which Alice de Bagworth and Richard de Morton held for 3s 1½d and 2 day-works
[73] William Walsheman holds a cottage and 2 lands in a croft which Geoffrey Sort held for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works
[74]Hawise Thurnbunow W Smyth holds a cottage with a neighbouring croft which Adam Thurnbu and William Chuttyng held for 3s 4d p.a, and 2 day-works
[75] Thomas Dragoun holds a cottage which his father, Hugh, held, for 2s 1½d and 2 day-works
[76] Benedict Pykerell holds a cottage and 1½a which William son of Walter de Yocsale held for 4s 8d p.a. and 2 day-works, a cottage which Nicholas Long held, 1a 1r at Colinggrauehull which Robert Petimor held for 3s 10d p.a. and 2 day-works, 1a on veteremlyng which Nicholas Long held for 1s p.a., 4a 2½r at Stanylandes late Robert Bertuill's which Walter Salter held for 3s 3d p.a., that is, for 8d per acre (videlicet pro acra viijd)
[77] Loss of rent of 3s and 2 day-works for a burnt-down cottage (In decasu redditus j cotagii combusti) which was Thomas Astij's, because in the lord's hands
[78]
[79] Hugh Sadeler and the heirs of Roger Pegge hold a messuage in free tenure by charter for 4d p.a., a croft which Roger held by charter for 2d p.a., part of a tenement in free tenure by a charter, once of William atte Broke of Woodthorpe (Wodthorp) which Roger held for ¾d p.a.
[80] Robert de Malton swineherd (porcarius) Joan Geroudon holds a cottage which William Pegge held for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works
[81] Emma widow of John Eliot (que fuit uxor Johannis Eliot)T Eliot holds a cottage which Robert de Swanland once held for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works
[82] Robert onthe Green (super le Grene)Richard Payn holds a cottage which John Cort held for 2s p.a. and 2 day-works, 3a 1½r at Oldmerlodwong, 1a ½r 9p in Hauerholm, 5a at Tapmereffurlong, 1a between (inter) boolokheuedland and langwath, 6a at Hildertreres, a total of 14a 0r 9p for 9s 4½d p.a., i.e. 8d per acre (videlicet pro acra viijd)
[83] John Collyng the elder holds a cottage in which he lives (in quo manet) which Robert de Hatharne held, for 5s p.a. and 2 day-works
[84] Alice de MaltonThomas Jay* holds a cottage which Emma Snow held for 7s p.a. and 2 day-works, a bovate and 1a meadow in BrodyngJ. Button which Richard Whitsyde chaplain held, for 18s p.a., which used to yield (que solebat reddere) 24s 2d, and a messuage in Shelthorpe for 2½d p.a.
[85] Loss of rent 6s 2d
[86] Robert de Malton holds a messuage which John de Kythcote and Walter Calf once held for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works, a messuage in le Wodegate for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works, 2a on Thorp Lyng for 3s p.a., 5a on setcropforlong for 3s 4d p.a., that is, 8d per acre, 3a 1r of new assart in 11 places (de nouo asarto in xj locis) in Springwellegrenes which Robert de Ramesey held for 3s 3d p.a.
[87] Roger Snownow E Snow Giles Jurdan (nunc E Snow Egidius Jurdon) holds a messuage in which Thomas Boydel lived (manebat) for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works, a stall in the marketstead inside the shambles (stallagium in foro infra carnifices) which William Branche held for 4d p.a. and the usual stall tax (stallagium consuetum), with William Pegge in free tenure by charter a cottage and ½a and 1r meadow which Thomas Dekne held for 15d p.a., 2a 11p now J de Burton's in 4 pieces below the park (subtus parcum) which Simon Bertuill' held from new assart (de nouo assarto) for 16½d p.a., 1a on le lyng which Robert Bertuill' and Simon Bertuill' held, 3a 2½r 12p at Horestonfurlong which Robert Rammeseye and William Lewes held for 4s 8d p.a.
[88] William Wardenow R Payn of Dalby holds a messuage which Agnes dau of William Sadeler and Thomas de Crokham held and 1a 2r 3½p at Tapmershforlong for 9s p.a, and 2 day-works
[89] Loss of rents (In decau redditus): [90] Thomas ate Parson holds a messuage which Walter le Longe and Felicia Bertuill' held, and a messuage which Emma Mody and Felicia held, for 13s 4d p.a. and 4 day-works
[91] Richard Lanne holds a messuage in which he lives (in quo manet) for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works, a cottage opposite the fishpool (ex oposito viuarii) which Alan Warbour and Walter Wirre held for 2s p.a., a cottage at Sparuhul [Sparrow Hill] which Alan held for 17d p.a. and 2 day-works
[92] Thomas Selone holds a shop which Henry Palfrayman and Thomas Fraunceys once held for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works
[93] Thomas Clerk holds a messuage in which William Roulok lived (manebat) for 5s 6d p.a., a stall which William and John Trumpour held and a stall which William and Thomas Marchal held in the Drapery (infra Draperiam) for 4d p.a., 2a 2r at Little (parua) Donstall, 1a 3r 12p for 2s 10½d p.a., i.e., 8d per acre, a share (particula) of a messuage late Robert Thorbarn's on which he built a grange (super quam edificabat unam grangiam) for 1s p.a. He pays 1s to have permission to bake his own bread and sell it at the oven in his yard (Item reddit pro licencia habenda ad furniendum panem suum et aduendendum ad quoddam furnum in Curia sua xijd), and he will pay the usual bread tax to the lord or the lessee of the common oven (et dabit domino vel firmario furni sui furnagium consuetum); he holds 2 butts (3r) at Clercuslesuwe which Robert de Petimor held, 6½a beyond (ultra) Holmgate which Thomas Boydel and Richard le Hende held, for 4s 10d p.a., 11a 4p at Donstall which Simon Bertuill' held, for 11s p.a., a messuage and croft which John Kue and Hugh de Shathewell held, for 3s 1½d p.a., 4a at Dunstall which Thomas de Whitegyft held, for 2s 8d p.a., a croft next to the fishpool (iuxta viuarium) which William Roulot held, for 1s p.a., 4½a in 2 spots under (subtus) Wydon' which Robert de Berteuill' and John Berteuill' held, for 4s 5d, i.e. 1s per acre, and a stall in the shambles (inter carnifices) for 4d p.a. and the usual stall tax (stallagium consuetum)
[94] loss of rent (In decasu redditus):
[95] Robert de Rammeseienow John Ferrour* holds a building inside the market ... which is called the Tollbooth (unum edificium in medio mercati ... quod vocatur le Tolbothe), a pasture at Crokeholm and a small spot below the park (unam peciam subtus parcum) called le Brodegrene for 8s p.a. and he holds by charter for one life (et tenet per cartam ad terminum vite sue)
[96] Hugh Cook now John attebrok holds a messuage in le marketstede which William Berteuill' held, for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works, a messuage and bovate which John Cartwright held, for 10s p.a. and 2 day-works
[96] William de Melburn holds a messuage in which he lives (in quo manet) which William Boydel held for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works, 1r 2p at Peselandes, 4a 1½r 8p on both sides of the road to Hilletr' (ex utrque [sic] parte vie versus Hilletr') which William Boydel and John Braunche held for 3s 9½d p.a., i.e. 8d per acre, ½ curtilage which Williamn Marchal held for 6d p.a., a stall in the shambles (stallum inter carnifices) for 4d p.a., a croft and close at Fishpool Head (ad capud viuarii) on which a grange was built (in quo edificatur una grangia) which Thomas Berteuill held for 1s p.a., a small piece of pasture (unam placeam pasture) in Hauerholm which Thomas held for 18d p.a.
[97] loss of rent of a bit of meadow at Holmgreneleyes which William Boydel held 13s 4d
[98] William Flesshewer holds a messuage in le marketstede which Marg' Mous and Robert Berteuill' held for 3s p.a. and now William pays for it 8s p.a. with 2 day-works (quod Marg' Mous et Robertus Berteuill' tenuerunt pro iijs per annum et nunc idem Willelmus reddit inde per annum viijs cum ij operibus), a shop in the shambles (inter carnifices) for 4d p.a. and the usual stall tax (stallagium consuetum)
[99] Thomas Dexter* holds a messuage and virgate which Alice Dexter held, for 20s p.a. and 2 day-works, a cottage opposite (ex opposito) le Baxtergatende which William Boydel held, for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works, 1a beyond (ultra) langwath which William once held, for 1s p.a., 1a on Thorp Lyng which John son of John Ditson held, 1a there which Hugh de Herdwyk held, for 18d p.a., 5½a at Hillertr' which Richard Berteuill' held, for 3s 8d p.a., i.e., 8d per acre, a messuage and bovate which Robert Thurbern and John Berteuill' held, for 7s p.a. and 2 day-works
[100] Alice de Derby* holds a messuage in which she lives (in quo manet) for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works, a cottage in which she has her grange (in quo habet grangiam suam), for 3s p.a., and ½a on Thorp Lyng for 6d p.a.
[101] Robert Payn* holds a cottage which Walter Thurbarn held, for 3s p.a., 7a 2½r at Threforthes which Richard Berteuill' held, for 8d p.a.
[102] Loss of rent 5s 1d [sic]
[103] Emma dau of Robert Caldwellnow Stephen Coupere* holds a messuage which his/her father (pater suus) held for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works
[104] William Caluerknaue and his wife hold a cottage in le Marketstede and a small bit of pasture at Hauerholm which Alice widow of William Boydel held, for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works, a booth (bothe) near the ironmongery (iuxta Iremongeres) containing 4 stalls (continens iiij stallas), for 6d p.a.
[105] Walter Salter* holds a messuage in le marketstede in which his father, Thomas, lived (in quo Thomas pater suus manebat), for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works, a croft at townend (ad capud ville) towards Hathern (Hatherne) which Thomas held, for 1s p.a., a virgate without a messuage (sine mesuagio) which Thomas held, for 15s p.a.
[106] Roger othe Hull holds a messuage which Robert Brounsmith held, for 3s? p.a. and 2 day-works, 1a on (super) the old (veterem) Lyng for 1s p.a., 1a 0r 16p shooting (extendentes) into Langwath for 8¾d p.a., a cottage and curtilage late Henry le Verdoun's and Reginald le Warenner's which Ralph de ... held, for 1s p.a. which before the Plague and in the former time used to yield 8s (que solebat reddere ante mortalitatem et in antiquo tempore viijs.)
[107] Loss of rent 7s 4d
[108] Robert de Bouthe John de Heitley holds a messuage and bovate in which messuage Thomas Bertuill' lived (in quo mesuagio Thomas Bertuill' manebat), for 9s 6d p.a. and 2 day-works, a virgate without a messuage (sine mesuagio) and 2½a meadow for 20s p.a.
[109] Reginald Cook holds a stall in the marketstead which Richard Deie held, a stall later Robert Pynkneie's, a stall newly built inside the mercery (de nouo edificatum infra mercenariam), for 6d with the usual stall tax (cum stallagio consueto)
[110] William Baker and his wife, Matildanow Matilda de Burton holds a stall in the marketstead which Simon de Barewe held, for 4d p.a. which used to yield only 2d (quod solebat reddere nisi ijd)
[111] Richard Porternow Hugh Cook T Broun holds a cottage which Richard Tyner held, for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works
[112] William Atteparsones holds a messuage in le marketstede which Thomas le marchal held, for 6s p.a., 3a on le lyng which Thomas and Nicholas de Thorp held, for 3s p.a., 1a next to (iuxta) Redmer which they held, for 1s p.a., 1a at Thorp Wylewes for 1s p.a., a croft at townend (ad capud ville) which they held, for 1s p.a., 2a 3½r 7p of waste (vasti) at (apud) Pockysike which John Marchal held, for 3s 2d p.a.
[113] Joan widow (que fuit uxor) of Laurence Sadeler holds a messuage in which she lives (in quo manet), for 3s 4d p.a., a cottage on the far side of ... (ex altera parte ...), for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works, an enclosed croft in le Dedlane, for 18d p.a.
[114] Robert Selone* holds a shop in le marketstede which Laurence Sadeler held, for 1s p.a.
[115] Andrew Murdoc holds ... which William Champeney and Robert de Petymore held, for 2s 6d p.a., a croft at townend (ad capud ville) which Robert Hemery and ... Nypet held, for 3s p.a. which used to yield 5s (quod solebat reddere vs), ... ...
[116] John Milward holds a messuage in le Byggyng which Robert de Petymor held for one life (ad terminum vite sue), for 7s p.a.
[117] Felicia Syryne holds a messuage which her mother, Agnes, held, for 3s p.a. and 2 day-works
[118] Thomas son of Thomas Annotsonnow Reginald Glouere holds a cottage in le Byggyng which his father held, for 2s 9d p.a. and which used to yield 3s in the former time (quod solebat reddere in antiquo tempore iijs)
[119] Loss of rent 3d
[120] Henry FoulerJohn Dexter now Reginals Glouere holds a house formerly a school? (unam domum nuper scolarium) which William Woderoue held, for 6s p.a., which used to yield 8s (quod (sic) solebat reddere viijs)
[121] Loss of rent 2s
[122]Alice Foxnow William ... holds a burnt-out cottage (cotagium combustum) which Robert Milner held, for 2s p.a.; he pays 2½d p.a. for permission to bake his own bread on an oven inside this cottage (Item reddit per annum pro licencia habenda ad furniendum panem suum ad quoddam furnum infra dictum cotagium)
[123] William de Croft holds a messuage and croft at townend (ad capud ville) which John Wery held, for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works, 3a at Drithegges which Robert de Petymor and Robert son of Henry de Petymor held, for 2s p.a.
[124] Loss of rent 5s from a cottage which Gilmin le Harpour and John de Bonington held as it used to yield in former time (sicut solebat reddere in antiquo tempore)
Loss of rent 5s
[125] William Bele holds 1a at le Grenehull, 4a arable and meadow late Aylmere's which William Fornyuale held, for 1s p.a., ½a at Wolloweslade which Richard le Hende and Thomas Boydel held, 1½a at Wythienbuskes which they held, 16d p.a., i.e. 8d per acre
[126] Loss of rent 2s 4d
[127] Robert de Fylyngleye and Henry Swon hold 5a at Hegandebrigge which Nicholas le Waite once held, 2a in 4 selions there, 1a 2½r 5p at Thorpwylewes, for 5s 9¼d which used to yield in former time 7s 5¼d
[128] Loss of rent 20d
[129] Nicholas Cook* holds a shop in the shambles (inter carnifices) for 4d p.a, and the usual stall tax
[130] John Flesshewer* holds a shop in the shambles for 3s p.a. [cancelled] because in Thomas Clerk's holding (quia in tenura Thome Clerk)
[131] Thomas Dexter* holds a messuage and bovate which Robert Attebrigge and ... ... held, for 8s p.a. and 1 day-work, 11a at Jortestros which Simon Bertuill' held, for 7s 4d p.a., 8d per acre, which used to yield 1s, a cottage in le Northend for 3s p.a. which used to yield 3s 6d
[132] John Walker holds a messuage once Thomas Boydel's which John Berteuill' held, 1a 1r under (subtus) Burle, 1a in le Alleres, a small bit of pasture at le merstalles, a garden in le Dedlane late Delament's, all which Richard Berteuill' and John Berteuill' held, for 11s 6d p.a. which used to yield in former time (que solebat reddere in antiqo tempore) 18s 10d
[133] Thomas Robet holds a shop next to the shambles (iuxta carnifices) which Richard Carter which William Berteuill' held (sic - quod Ricardus Carter quod Willelmus Berteuill' tenuit), for 4d p.a, and stall tax
[134] John Wode holds a shop in le marketstede which John Cayte held, for 6d p.a. and stall tax
[135] Loss of rent from a meadow of 4 virgates in Amidlamor, Holmgrenes, Segmerpol, Tapmersh and ... which Richard Berteuill' held, for 13s 4d p.a., 11½a at le longegrene, 6a 3r at ..., 2a 2r at Plymwong, 4a at ...
[136] Loss of rent from 4½a at Rusheywong which Robert Berteuill' and Laurence Sadeler held, 4s 6d, 1r of meadow at Haffordham and 1r of meadow at Heylpol which Luke Ster and ... ... held, for 3s p.a.
[137] Loss of rent from 1a on le lyng which Walter son of Robert de Wodethorp held, 1a there which Richard filus Roberti held, for 2s p.a.
[138] Loss of rent from 3a 2r at segmerpol which William Furnyuale and Thomas Hemery held, 2a 2r at Ydensike which William and John de Bonington held, for 6s 3d p.a., 2a 0r 2p beyond (ultra) Holmweye and 1a 1r in to the sewedoles which William held before, 2s 2d p.a., i.e. 8d per acre, 3a arable and meadow once Aylmere's which William Furnyuale and William Caldwel held, 3s p.a.
[139] Loss of rent from 1r next to (iuxta) Hauerholm which Thomas Asty held, 2d p.a., a small lot which used to be a school house? (placea que solebat esse domus scolarium) 1s p.a.
[140] Loss of rent from 16a beyond (ultra) Langwath which Sir Richard de Pecco held, 16s p.a., a pasture below (subtus) Cotes which Richard held, 26s 8d, a pasture at Crokholm which the rector of Stanford [on Soar] held ... with a Tolbooth inside the marketstead of Loughborough (cum quodam Tolbothe in medio mercati de Lough') 3s p.a., a piece of meadow at Holmforthe which Luke le Ster and Simon Bertuill' held, 2s p.a., 2r 3p shooting (extendentes) into Tapmersh which Thomas filius Agnetis held, 1s p.a.

Shelthorpe (Serlethorp)


[141] Robert Vertfaus*now W Pegge and William Chaumberleyn hold a sixth of a knight's fee for a rent of 2d p.a.
[142] Robert Vertfaus*now Simon Roudelond holds at the lord's will (ad voluntatem domini) a cottage which Richard Bright once held, for 3s 6d p.a. and 2 day-works
[143] Thomas de Petymor holds in free tenure by charter (tenet libere per cartam) a messuage and virgate which Richard de Torp held, for 2s p.a.
[144] Thomas Atteparsones holds a messuage and virgate which Robert de Cotes and Robert Berteuill' held, for 16s p.a., which used to yield 20s 8d (que solebat [reddere] xxs viijd)
[145] Loss of rent:

[146] William Clerk and his wife Isabel now Thomas Petymor hold in free tenure by charter a messuage and virgate which Robert Hulkoc held, for 5s p.a.
[147] Simon Hirdeler John Bulfot the younger* holds a bovate which Robert de Rempston held, for 7s p.a. and 2 day-works, and its messuage remains in the lord's hand (et mesuagium eiusdem restat in manu domini)
[148]Alice Baroun* holds a messuage and bovate which William Baroun held, for 8s p.a. and 2 day-works
[149] John de Thornton and his wife, Amice, hold together (tenent coniuncti) a bovate without a messuage (sine mesuagio) which Walter Bele held, for 10s p.a.
[150] Loss of rent (In defectu redditus) from a messuage and virgate of free land (terre libere) which Geoffrey Broun once held, 6s 8d p.a.
[151] Thomas de Petymor, Richard Cordywane of Barrow [on Soar], and John Smyth of Wymeswold, hold together (tenent coniuncti) a messuage and virgate, for 6s 8d p.a.
[152] William Tryg holds a messuage and virgate which Ellis Hulson once held, for 10s 1¾d and 2 day-works

Quorndon


[153] Loss of 2d rent from Quorndon because where it should be raised is not known (In decasu redditus de Quernedon quia nescitur ubi debet leuari ijd)

Mountsorrel


[154] John Reynold holds a messuage in which Ralph Wales lives (in quo Radulphus Wales manet), for 3s p.a., a messuage which Henry de Ouerton and Stephen Smyth once held, for 2s 6d p.a., a croft of arable land, for 6d p.a., 1½a which Ralph and John Hoper held, for 18d p.a.
[155] William Smyth holds a cottage which John Walker once held, for 1s p.a., a cottage which William Wakelyn of Barrow [on Soar] held, for 1s p.a., a small bit of pasture J Raynald at Milnegrene, for 1s p.a.
[156] Henry Mylner holds a messuage which Walter Turuile and Hugh Breton once held, for 2s p.a.

[157] Loss of rent (In decasu redditus):

Cotes


[158] Agnes widow of Roger Nottyng (que fuit uxor Rogeri Nottyng) holds a holding (tenementum) in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) for 4s p.a.
[159] William de Gedlyng holds a messuage and virgate, a small bit of meadow (3a) for 26s 8d which used to yield 32s (que solebant reddere xxxijs)
[160] Thomas Jeke holds a messuage for suit [regular attendance] of court only
[161] Loss of rent 5s 4d

Prestwold


[162] John Smyth holds a virgate which Robert super legrene once held, for 6s p.a., which used to yield (que solebat reddere) 13s 4d p.a.
[163] Robert de Croft holds a messuage and virgate in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) for 10s p.a., 2r late William inthe Lane's (nuper Willelmi in venella) for 1d, 7½d as a a third part of Basset mole which Henry Jurdan, Robert super le grene and Gilbert Randolf used to pay (aliquando reddunt) [presumably some levy - moll - associated with the honor of the Basset family, but etymology to be researched]
[164] Richard Attethe ... holds a messuage and virgate which Gilber Randolf held, for 8s, which used to yield (que solebat reddere) 13s 4d
[165] Loss of 22½d for two-thirds of the rent called Basset mole (In decasu redditus vocati basset mole quasi per [sic] duabus partibus)
[166] Thomas Jeke holds a curtilage in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) for 1s
[167] The heirs of William Smyth hold ½a bought from William inthe Lane (in venella), for 1d
[168] The heirs of William Fole hold 1½r bought from William inthe Lane (in venella), for 1d
[169] The heirs of William Stirer hold 1½r bought from William inthe Lane (in venella), for 1d

Shepshed


[170] William de Kendale holds several holdings (diuersa tenementa) which John de Kendale held in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam), for a rent of 3 capons p.a.

Wymeswold


[171] The wife/widow of Sir John Neuel (Uxor domini Johannis Neuel - probably widow is meant in this context) holds a windmill, for 18s p.a.


Cossington


[172] Simon de Dranfeld holds several holdings (diuersa tenementa), for 2d p.a.
[173] Roger Somuruile holds several holdings (diuersa tenementa), for 6d p.a.
[174] The rector of Cossington holds a messuage and virgate for 20s p.a.

Stanford [on Soar]


[175]John de KilingworthJohn Bewerk holds a bovate and other holdings (alia tenementa), for 11s 6d, which used to yield (que solebat reddere) 24s 2d

Walton [on the Wolds]


[176] John son of William de Walton holds a messuage and virgate for 18s p.a.

Burton [on the Wolds]


[177] Joan widow of Hugh Hert (que fuit uxor Hugonis Hert) holds a messuage and virgate in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) which Robert de Denston once held, for 4s
[178] Loss of rent (In decasu redditus):
[179] Richard Smyth holds 2a meadow on the Wold (super Wald), for 2s
[180] Hugh ... holds 2a meadow on the Wold (super Wald), for 2s
[181] The wife/widow of John Shephird (Uxor Johannis Shephird] holds a holding (tenementum), for 3s

The Jortz fee (Feudum Jortz)


[182] Thomas Haitle holds in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) a messuage, 4 cottages and 2 virgates which Robert Jortz held for 1lb pepper p.a., a messuage and bovate which Emma del Peek held, for 10s p.a., a messuage and bovate which Nicholas de Halywellehawe held, for 12s p.a., a cottage which John Nottyng held, for 3s 9d, p.a., and a cottage which Alan Oxe held for 2s 6d p.a.
[183] Robert Payn holds a messuage and bovate which Marg' Mous held, for 12s p.a and 2 day-works
[184] Benedict Pikerel holds a bovate without a messuage (sine mesuagio) now J Morys the younger now Symon Roudeland (nunc J Morys Junior nunc Symon Roudeland) which Richard Whitside chaplain (capellanus) held, for 7s p.a., a bovate which John Grew held, for 7s p.a., a messuage and bovate now Thomas Martyn (nunc Thomas Martyn) late Alan Baget's, which John Collyng held, for 12s p.a.
[185] William Pegge holds a cottage in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) which Thomas Boydel held, for 3s 6d p.a., and a messuage, for 4s p.a.
[186] William Roper holds a messuage late Robert Slay's which William Couper held, for 10s p.a.
[187] William ClerkRobert Yarundale* holds a messuage in which Simon Berteuill' lives (in quo Simon Berteuill' manet), a virgate once William in le Fen's and which Simon Jortz held (que quondam fuerit Willelmi in le Fen et que Simon le [sic] Jortz tenuit), for 20s
[188] Ralph Taillournow Serlo Souter* holds a cottage which Emma Roulot held, for 4s p.a. and 2 day-works
[189] Robert Selone T de Derby holds a messuage which John Grew held, for 5s p.a.
[190] Thomas de Chestershir' holds a cottage which Matilda de Chestershir' held, for 4s 6d p.a. and 2 day-works
[191] Richard Chaloner now John leshewerman [the shearman?]now John Andreu holds a cottage which Felicia de Borton held, for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works
[192] John Stobbes holds a messuage and virgate which William son of Alan Chaloner and John Berteuill' held, for 20s p.a., and a bovate without a messuage (sine mesuagio) which Joan filia Reginaldi held, for 6s 8d p.a.
[193] Isabel Asty holds a cottage in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) which William Furnyuale held, for 12d p.a.
[194] John Breton holds in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam) a messuage which Robert Berteuill' held, in which Richard Baget used to live (in quo Ricardus Baget aliquando manebat), for 1lb cummin p.a.
[195] Walter Atteparsones holds a messuage and virgate whcih Thomas le Maresch' [= Maresch(al)] and Nicholas de Thorp once held, for 20s p.a. and 2 day-works
[196] Ralph Calf* holds a messuage and virgate in free tenure by charter (libere per cartam), for 20s 6d p.a.
[197] John Moris holds a messuage and virgate which William de Frolesworth and John Tyes held, for 20s p.a. and 2 day-works
[198] William Erlnow W Atteparsones now T Hutte now John ... holds a messuage and bovate which William filius Agnetis held, for 10s p.a. and 2 day-works, and a cottage in le Northende which John in le Wroo held, for 3s 4d p.a.
[199] Hugh Bardolf holds a messuage and virgate which William son of Robert AtteJortz held, for 20s p.a.
[200] Roger SnowE Jurdan holds a messuage which Richard Steyn held, for 10s p.a. and 2 day-works
[201] The heirs of Robert Caldwell hold ½a, for ½d p.a.
[202] Thomas de Petymor holds ½a lately the rector's (nuper Rectoris de Lough') by charter (per cartam), for ½d p.a.
[203] Reginald Walsheman holds a cottage in which Thomas Brid and Roger Carter lived (in quo Thomas Brid et Rogerus Carter manebant), for 6s p.a. and 2 day-works
[204] Loss of rent (In decasu redditus) from 1a in le Alleres once Robert le [sic] Jortz's, 1s p.a.
[205] John Wright and his brother, Robert, hold together (tenent coniuncti) a virgate, for 10s p.a.
[206] Ralph Plummer holds a messuage and bovate which Robert ... held, for 5s p.a.
[207] Adam Luy holds a messuage which John Proudfot once held, for 16d p.a.