WCM 15377d                                                             1267[-1268]

 

Account of Stubbington by Simon the serjeant 51 Henry [III].

 

Rent of assize  The same r. a. for 16s.03/4d. from rent of assize of Portsea per annum.

                                                                        Total 16s. 03/4d.

Issues of the manor The same r. a. for 8s.6d. from 1 ox sold for weakness.  And for 4s. from 24 lbs of tithe wool sold.  And for 2s.8d. from 16 lbs of lambswool sold.  And for 2s. from small tithes that is de batellis de vitulis et agnis qui remanserunt In capite and for 6s.8d. from the men of Mr Hugh de stampnesho for a certain battery inflicted on the lord prior’s servants of Stubbington.  And for 2s.8d. from 2 hides sold of oxen which died.

                                                Total 26s. 6d.

Wheat sold The same r. a. for 30s. from 6 qtrs of wheat sold at 5s. per qtr.  And for 20s.8d. for 4 qtrs sold at 5s.2d. per qtr.  And for 8s. for 2 qtrs of curall of the same wheat sold.

                                                total 58s. and 8d.  total of qtrs 12 qtrs.

Barley sold The same r. a. for 109s.7d. from 32 qtrs 7 bs. sold at 3s.4d. per qtr.

                                                total 109s. 7d.  total of qtrs 32 qtrs 7bs.

Oats sold The same r. a. for 118s. from 59 qtrs of oats sold at 2s. per qtr.  And for 10s. from 6 qtrs sold at 20d. per qtr.

                                                total £6 8s.  total of qtrs 65 qtrs.

Beans sold The same r. a. for 38s.4d. from 11½ qtrs sold at 3s.4d. per qtr.

                                                total 38s.4d.  total of qtrs 11½ qtrs.

 vetches sold The same r. a. for 35s.4d. from 13 qtrs 2 bs. of vetches sold in the stalk at 2s.8d. per qtr.  And for 8s. from 4 qtrs sold at 2s. per qtr.

                                                total 43s. 4d.  total of qtrs 17 qtrs 2 bs.

Wheat sold of Newly-cut grain  The same r. a. for £12 from 60 qtrs of Newly-cut grain sold at 4s. per qtr.

                                                total £12  total of qtrs 60 qtrs

Barley sold of Newly-cut grain The same r. a. for 46s.8d. from 20 qtrs sold of Newly-cut grain sold In harvest at 2s.4d. per qtr.

                                                Total 46s. 8d.  Total of qtrs 20 qtrs

                        Total of All Receipt £35 7s. 13/4d.

Arrears In cash delivered to Simon the serjeant from arrears of the previous year £7 17s. 7d.

Stock In 1 ox Bought 10s.                  Total 10s.

Cost of the plough[1] In 2 steeled coulters Bought 23d.  In 1 ploughshare Bought 8½d.  In 31 horseshoes Bought 16d.  In 500 nails for the same 8d.  In 1½ qtr of horseshoes Bought 22d.  In 600 nails for the same 9d.  Item In 15 horseirons Bought 7½d.  Item In 1 qtr of horseshoes Bought 15d.  In 600 nails for the Same 9d.  In Repairing  Ploughs 5d.  In 2 wheels Bought for a Plough 3d.  In the smith’s wage for ironwork for 2 ploughs per annum 2s.4d.

                                                total 12s. 10d.

Cost of the Cart[2] In 1 pair of small wheels Bought 2s.2d.  Item In 1 pair of small wheels Bought 20½d.  In making 1 new Binding from the lord’s own iron and In binding 1 pair of wheels with the same binding 3s.  In 200 large Nails for the same 3s.  In 12 clamps Bought 9d.  In nails for clamps 3d.  In the wage of the smith who bound 2 pair of wheels with old iron and with large Nails and clamps 12d.  In 1 New Cart Bought for harvest from Henry de Grangia[3] 14s.  In 1 qtr of Clouts Bought 17d.  In 600 Nails for the same 7d.  Item In 8 clouts Bought 5d.  Item in 500 nails for Clouts 7½d.  In greasing Carts 2d.  In Repairing an old cart 6d.  In 2 pair of trees and 1 collar Bought 10d.  In 2 pair of traces and In 1 rope for a cart made from the lord’s own Hemp 2½d.

                                                Total 30s. 7½d.

Wages In wages of 1 reapreeve 1 Carter per annum 12s.  In wages of é2ù[4] ploughmen for the Same 11s.  In wages of 2 ploughdrivers 10s.  In wages of 1 swineherd 1 shepherd 7s.  In wages of 1 cowherd and dairy assistant 8s.  In their gift at Christmas and Easter 10d.  In the wage of 1 looking after beasts at bedenchauede  from the feast of St John the Baptist up to Michaelmas 2s.  In Simon the serjeant’s wage in harvest time 2s.  In the wage of 2 Grooms harrowing In winter 8d.

                                                Total 53s. 6d.

Threshing  In threshing 42 qtrs of wheat threshed ad tascham 7s. that is 2d for a qtr.  And 23½ qtrs were threshed by famuli.  In threshing 200 qtrs of Barley 16s. 8d. that is 1d for a qtr. and 18 qtrs were threshed by famuli.  In threshing 178 qtrs of oats 7s.5d. that is ½d. for a qtr.  In threshing 71½ qtrs of beans 5s.11½d.  In threshing 40½ qtrs of peas 3s.4½d. that is 1d. for a qtr and 7 qtrs were threshed for foliage.[5] In threshing 42 qtrs of vetches 3s.6d. that is 1d for a qtr and 13 qtrs were threshed for foliage[6]and 10 qtrs by famuli.  Moreover In threshing 223 qtrs of wheat of newly-cut grain threshed ad tascham 37s.2d. that is 2d for a qtr.  In threshing 60 qtrs of Barley of newly-cut grain 5s. that is 1d. for a qtr.  In threshing 8 qtrs of oats of newly-cut grain 4d.

                                                Total £4 6s. 5d.

Dairy In Linen cloth Bought for the dairy 2½d.  In pots 1d.  In 1 bs. of salt 2d.  In Sieves Bought and Repaired 53/4d.  In buckets and tubs bound and Repaired 7d.

                                                Total 18¼d.

Cost of buildings In collecting 2900 straws[7] ad Tascam 2s.5d.  In Brushwood Bought for haystacks and other buildings 16d.  In expense of 1 roofer for 18½ working days for roofing stacks and granges In bread 9d.  In ale 12d.  In relish 8d.  In his wage 2s.4d. that is 1½d. a day.  Item In his Expense In summer For roofing granges for 7½ working days In bread 5d.  In ale 5d.  In relish 2d.  In his wage 10½d.  In 4 bs. of chalk for roofing the Grange with stone 6d.  In Pegs for the same 1½d.  In Expense of 3 roofers For Repairing the said grange for 2 days In bread 2½d.  In ale 2½d.  In Relish 2d.  In their wages 4d.  In wages of 2 masons for repairing the wall of the Grange for 2 days In harvest time In ale 3d.  In Relish 2½d.  In their wages 8d.  Item In expense of 1 carpenter for 5½ working days For repairing the bakery and doing other necessary tasks In bread 4d.  In ale 4½d.  In Relish 3d.  In his wage 6d.  In 150 nails for boards for the bakery 2½d.  Item In expense of 2 carpenters for a fortnight For Repairing the Granary and a certain grange In bread 6d.  In ale 8d.  In relish 6d.  In their wages 18d.

                                                            total 17s.10½d.

Expense of the serjeant In Expense of the serjeant and other visitors from the feast of All Saints up to St Peter in Chains In bread in portions 2s.9d.  In ale 2s.4d. In Relish 5s.8d.  Item In Expense of the Same from the fortnight before Michaelmas up to the feast of All Saints In bread in portions 10d.  In ale 18d. In Relish 2s.

                                                            Total 15s. 1d.

Harvest cost In Meat and fish Bought for the bailiff and é4ù[8] mounted foremen.  In harvest for 5 weeks 9s.9½d.  In bread Bought for defect of the oven 14d.  In Ale for them 22s.7d.  In fish and herring Bought for reapers and hired Carters through harvest 15s.7½d.  In reaping grain 40s.4d.  given to 5 stackers for 6 weeks for relish 3s.9d. each takes per week 1½d.  Given to 5 famuli of the house from St Peter in Chains up to Michaelmas that is for 8 weeks for relish 5s. each took per week 1½d.  Given to 20 tithe collectors for 5 weeks for relish 8s.4d. each per week 1d.  In Carts hired through harvest for carrying tithe grain 21s.11d.  In 13 lbs of Tallow for Candles 13d.  In grease for a Cart 13½d.  In wage of 1 mounted foreman 5s.  In wages of 5 stackers 12s.6d.  In the wages of 3 tithe collectors 5s.  In wages of 17 tithe collectors 25s.6d.  In shoeing horses of Mounted foremen In harvest 9d.  In Gloves Bought for them 6d.  In the wage of 1 groom looking after the horses of Mounted foremen nothing.  In a gift to reapers of Sir Richard de portesye 6d.  In a gift to reapers of the lady of Eastney 6d.  In a gift to reapers of the lady of Denmead 4d.  In a gift to reapers of W. stake 4d.  In a gift to reapers of Stamshaw 4d.  In a gift to reapers of the prior of God’s House 5d.  In dishes 4½d.                              Total £9 2s. 9d.

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Foreign expense  In Expense of the lord prior for a certain Friday about the feast of St Nicholas In bread 9d.  In wine 12d.  In Ale 5d.  In fish 16d.  Item In Expense of the same about the feast of St Thomas the Apostle for 2 visits In bread 7d.  In ½ sester of wine 8d.  In Ale 4d.  In fish 20½d.  Item In expense of the same On the morrow of St Hilary In bread 6d.  In wine 10d.  In Ale 3d.  In fish 9d.  Item In Expense of the same in the first week of Lent In bread 12d.  In wine 12d.  In Ale 12d.  In fish 16d.  Item In Expense of the same about Pentecost and of W. de balsham and W. stake In bread 5½d.  Item In 7½ gallons of wine 3s.2d.  In Ale 6d.  In Meat 2s.2d.  Item In Expense of the same and Hugh mercator and others about the feast of St John In bread 8½d.  In 5 gallons and 1 pottle of wine 22d.  In Ale 6d.  In Expense of the same about the feast of St Peter in Chains In bread 12d.  In wine 12d.  In Ale 19d.  éIn fish 19d.ù[9]  In  Expense of the same In harvest time In bread 2d. In wine 12d.  Item In expense of the same on Sunday next after the feast of St Faith In bread 12d.  In wine 12d.  In Ale 9d.  In Meat 20d.

                                                Total 33s. 5½d.

foreign  In Expense of 1 Canon of Merton staying with 2 grooms at Stubbington for 4 days In bread 5d.  In ale 4d.  In relish 6d.  In expense of subprior and bailiff About Purification In bread 2d.  In wine 4d.  In the bailiff’s expense for 2 visits  In bread 4d.  In Ale 3d.  In relish 4d.  Item In the bailiff’s expense for 3 visits 12d.  Item In ½ sester of wine given to Luke de Tauntone[10] by the same bailiff’s order on the day when he made his feast 8d.

                                                Total 4s. 4d.

foreign In 6 sesters and 3 gallons of wine Bought and sent to the house for the prior from the feast of All Saints up to the feast of St Hilary 9s. at 16d. per sester.  Item for the Same time In 4 sesters of wine Bought sent to the house for the same 6s.8d. at 20d. per sester.  Item In wine Bought sent to the house for the same from the feast of St Hilary up to Easter 22s.4d.  Item In wine Bought sent to the house for the same from Easter up to the feast of Holy Trinity 10s.9d.  Item In wine Bought for the same sent to the house from the feast of Holy Trinity up to the Assumption of the blessed Mary 14s.1d.  Item In wine Bought sent to the house for the same in parts from the Assumption of the blessed Mary up to the feast of All Saints 13s.4d.

                                                Total 76s. 2d.

foreign  In wine Bought for the Convent at Easter 6s.3d.  Item In wine Bought for the same convent at Pentecost 3s.1d.  Item In 52½ gallons of wine Bought at the feast of the Assumption of the blessed Mary 17s.6d.  Item In ½ sester of wine Bought by the Cellarer’s order for the visit of the Dean of Winchester sent to the house 8d.

                                                total 27s. 6d.

Foreign expense  In fish Bought for the Prior sent to the house by loads 12s.3d.  In 2 lampreys for the same 5s.  In 1 basket of figs Bought sent to the house for the same 7s.2d.  Item In fowl Bought sent to the house by bodi About the feast of St Nicholas for the same 12d.  Item In fowl Bought for the same sent to the house by[11] le Ropere at Christmas 19d.  Item In Linen cloth Bought for a certain coat for him 4s.4d.  Item In 7½ measures of Hemp for him 20½d.  In 6 measures of cloth to make saddle cloths for the prior’s palfreys 3s.

                                                total 36s.0½d.

foreign  In 3000 herring Bought from Geoffrey pistor of Portsmouth sent to the house by the bailiff’s order 16s.6d.  Item In Meat Bought sent to the house In Easter week and delivered to Br R. de Gaynesburgh’ then Cellarer 7s.6d.  Item In Meat and fish Bought sent to the house by order of br W. Wateuile Cellarer 6s.11½d.  In 2 doles Bought by the bailiff’s order sent to the house 6s.  Item In 2 casks Bought by order of the same sent to the house 20d.  In boards Bought sent to the house to make a battlement 16d.  In 4 measures of hemp bought for br Robert of the Cellar by the prior’s order 12d. 

                                                            total 40s. 11½d.

Payment for Rent  Paid for Rent to Sir Richard de Portesye for the land of Brochurst 5s.                                                   total 5s.

[The MS is badly damaged here]

Payment  Delivered to Warin the precentor  at the prior’s request 14s.2d. To Hugh mercator  the merchant for almonds by order of the same 33s.  Item to the wife of Richard ...[12]6s.  Given to Ralph Le ..[13].Worþte ...[14]d.  Given to Richard Le grite by order of the same .. s. 2d.[15]

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                        Issue of the Grange of Stubbington 51 [Henry III]

Issue of wheat  The same r. a. for 314 qtrs éand 5 bs.ù[16] of all Issue of wheat.

                                                total 314 qtrs 5 bs.

Expense  In sowing 20 qtrs 2 bs.  In bread baked in harvest 3½ qtrs for the serjeant and Mounted foremen.  Item In bread baked after harvest for the serjeant and workers 6 bs.  In sale as is shown In last year’s roll 67 qtrs 6 bs.  In sale as is shown In this roll 12 qtrs.  Sent to the house and delivered to br R. of the bakehouse by 3 tallies 202 qtrs.  Given to H. de Grangia by the bailiff’s order 4 qtrs for wheat loaned by him at Southwick.  given to Stephen Justise by the Prior’s gift ½ qtr.  to Richard Coopertor é½ qtr.ù[17]  by his gift ½ qtr.[18] to William biandehors[19] by gift of the same ½ qtr.  to the vicar of Warblington by gift of the same ½ qtr.  To Richard Eylof[20]  by gift of the Same ½ qtr.  To Herbert clericus 2 bs.  To Margaret by gift of the same 2 bs.  To Credo de goseport by the bailiff’s gift 2 bs.  Given to Sir Richard de portesye for trespass ½ qtr.

                                    total 314 qtrs.  And 5 bs. remain In the granary.

rye The same r. a. for 11 qtrs of rye of all issue.  Expense In sale as is shown In last year’s roll 11 qtrs.  And nothing remains.

Issue of Barley  The same r. a. for 280 qtrs 5 bs.  of all issue.  And for 1 qtr issuing from Eastney mill.  And for 6 bs. from Copnor mill.

                                                total 282 qtrs 3 bs.

Expense  In sowing 13 qtrs 1 bs.  In bread baked for the famuli and reapreeve In harvest 42 qtrs.  In sale as is shown in last year’s roll 46 qtrs 2 bs.  In sale as is shown in this roll 32 qtrs 7 bs.  Sent to the house and delivered to br R. of the bakehouse 37 qtrs by 2 tallies.  Item Sent to the house and delivered to R. the marshall 53 qtrs by tally.  In Livery of 1 carter 1 reapreeve 2 ploughmen éand 2 ploughdriversù[21]  for 12 months 27 qtrs each 4½ qtrs Item In Livery of 1 cowherd 1 shepherd for the Same [time] 7½ qtrs each takes each month 2½ bs.  Item In livery of 1 swineherd and the dairy assistant for the Same [time] 6 qtrs each takes each month 2 bs.  In the livery of 1 harrower and In summer looking after the geese and doing other necessary tasks for the Same [time] 3 qtrs  In bread baked for Simon’s groom and visitors 3½ qtrs.  In feeding dogs 3 qtrs.  In the livery of 1 looking after beasts In Bere from St Peter in Chains up to Michaelmas 6 bs.  In livery of the same from Pentecost up to St Peter in Chains that is for 8 weeks 6 bs.  In feeding pigs 3½ qtrs.  In fattening geese 1 qtr 1 bs.  given to the wife[22]of J. le may by the prior’s gift 1 qtr.  To Jordan de la lighe[23] by his gift 1 qtr. 

                                                            total 282 qtrs 3 bs.

Issue of oats The same r. a. for 254 qtrs 2bs.  of all Issue of Oats.  And for 13 qtrs by estimate In sheaves.

                                                            total 267 qtrs 2 bs.

Expense  In sowing 36 qtrs.  Sent to the house and delivered to br R. of the bakehouse by 2 tallies 40 qtrs.  In sale as shown in last year’s roll 20 qtrs.  In sale as shown in this roll 65 qtrs.  In meal for the famuli 5½ qtrs.  In fodder of the house’s horses and the horses of mounted foremen from the beginning of harvest up to Michaelmas [5]½ qtrs.  In fodder of the lord Prior’s Horses at his visits 1 qtr.  In fodder of the bailiff’s horse and visits and horses of Southwick by parts 4 qtrs 2 bs.  In fodder of 2 Carthorses from Michaelmas up to St Peter in Chains that is for 42 weeks 21 qtrs that is 3½ bs.[24] each week.  In fodder of the serjeant’s horse and 2 Horses harrowing and sometimes going to the cart to carry muck and to do other necessary tasks for the Same [time] 31 qtrs.  In fodder of 4 affers drawing at ploughs from Michaelmas up to the Translation of St Swithun for 41 weeks 20½ qtrs that is ½ qtr each week.  In fattening geese 1 qtr.  In fodder of oxen by Estimate In sheaves 12 qtrs.  In feeding calves by estimate In sheaves 1 qtr.  given to John hurt ½ qtr.

                                                total 264 qtrs 2 bs.  And 3 qtrs remain

                                                in the Granary.

Beans The same r. a. for 71½ qtrs from total Issue of beans.              total 71½ qtrs.

Expense In sowing 10 qtrs.  In sale as is shown In this roll 11½ qtrs.  Delivered to Henry longus of Southampton by the bailiff’s order 50 qtrs.

                                                total 71½ qtrs. And nothing remains.

Peas The same r. a. for 47½ qtrs of all Issue of peas.

                                                Total 47½ qtrs.

Expense  In sowing 1½ qtrs .  delivered to Henry longus of Southampton by the bailiff’s order 40 qtrs.  In broth for the famuli 1 qtr.  In feeding and Fattening pigs that is 55 pigs 5 qtrs.

                                                total 47½ qtrs and nothing remains.

Issue of vetches  The same r. a. for 65 qtrs of all issue of vetches.  And for 5 qtrs by estimate In sheaves.

                                                total 70 qtrs.

Expense In sowing 17 qtrs 2 bs.  In sale as is shown In this roll 17 qtrs 2 bs.  Sent to the house and delivered to R the marshall 16 qtrs by tally with 7 Carts In sheaves.  In feeding horses and oxen by Estimate In sheaves 5 qtrs.  In feeding pigs 14½ qtrs.

                                                total 70 qtrs.

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                                    Stock

 

Carthorses The same r. a. for 2 Carthorses remaining from last year.  And 2 Carthorses remain.

Affers The same r. a. for 7 affers remaining from last year and 1 added.  Total 8.  And 8 affers remain of which 3 male and 5 female.

Foals The same r. a. for 1 female foal remaining from last year.  Expense.  Added to  affers 1.  And nothing remains.

Foals The same r. a. for 1 foal remaining from last year.  And 1 male foal remains and it is now 2 years old.

Foals The same r. a. for 2 foals remaining from last year.  Total 2.  And 2 foals remain and they are now 1 year old.

Oxen The same r. a. for 26 oxen remaining from last year.  And for 1 added.  Total 27.  Expense.  Sent éto the houseù[25] In summer 2.  Died 3.  Total of Expense 5.  And 22 oxen remain.

Cows The same r. a. for 12 cows remaining from last year.  And for 3 added.  Total 15.  And 15 cows remain and 1 bull added this year.

Steers and heiffers The same r. a. for 5 remaining from last year.  Total 5.  Expense.  Added to oxen 1.  Added to cows 3.  Added as a bull 1.  Total of Expense 5 and nothing remains.

Two-year olds  The same r. a. for 4 two-year olds remaining from last year as yearlings.  And 4 males remain and they are now 2 years old.

Yearlings  The same r. a. for 3 yearlings remaining from last year as calves.  And 3 females remain and they are now 1 year old.

Calves The same r. a. for 6 calves issuing this year from the said cows.  And 6 calves remain.

Wethers  The same r. a. for 19 wethers remaining from last year and 5 added.  Total 24.  Expense.  Died before shearing 2.  Died after shearing 3.  Total of expense 5.  And 19 wethers remain.

Ewes The same r. a. for 23 ewes remaining from last year.  And for 9 added.  Total 32. Expense.  Died before shearing and lambing 3.  Total of expense 3.  And 29 ewes remain.

Hoggs The same r. a. for 15 hoggs remaining from last year.  Total 15.  Expense.  Added to wethers 5.  Added to ewes 9.  Died before shearing 1.  Total of Expense 15.  And nothing remains.

Lambs The same r. a. for 20 lambs issuing[26]this year from the said ewes and 5 issuing from tithe.  Total 25.  Expense.  Died 2.  Sent to the house 1.  Total of expense 3.  And 22 lambs remain.

Pigs The same r. a. for 2 boars remaining from last year.  And for 102 added.  Total 104.  Expense.  Sent to the house In summer 64.  Item sent to the house at Martinmas 31.  Died 2.  Total of Expense 97 pigs.  And 7 remain of which 2 boars.

Sows The same r. a. for 7 sows remaining from last year.  And 7 sows remain.

Piglets The same r. a. for 102 piglets remaining from last year.  Total 102.  Expense.  Added to pigs 102 and nothing remains.

Piglets The same r. a. for 75 piglets issuing this year from the said Sows.  And 75 remain [40] are 3/4 year old and 28 are ½ year old.  And 7 are not yet weaned. 

Geese The same r. a. for 14 geese remaining from last year.  And 53 issuing from the said [geese].  Total 67.  Expense.  Sent to the house 36.  In the prior’s Expense at his visits 11.  In expense of the serjeant and visitors 3.  For the familia 1.  Died 2.  Total of expense 53 and 14 geese remain.

Doves The same r. a. for 600 doves.  Expense.  All sent to the house and nothing remains.

Wool The same r. a. for 51 fleeces issuing this year ...[27] sheep which weighed 4 stones and 4 lbs.  Expense.  All sent to the house and nothing remains.

Cheese of rewain The same r. a. for 5 cheeses remaining from last year.  And for [36] made after Michaelmas.  Total 41.  Expense.  Sent to the house 32.  In Expense of the bailiff and visits 9.   Total of Expense 41.  And nothing remains.

Cheese The same r. a. for 114 cheeses made from Palm Sunday up to St Peter in Chains.  Total 114.  Expense.  In harvest expense 104.  In expense of the serjeant and visits 10.  Total of expense 114.  And nothing remains.



[1] Fully extended in MS as Custus Caruce.

[2] Fully extended in MS as Custus Carecte.

[3]  Henry was a burgess of Portsmouth, reeve in c.1270.  In c.1248, he occurred in the rental of the Priory’s property in that borough, paying 1s. rent: Southwick Carts, I, p. 150 (I, 194), and II, pp. 247, 285, 329 (III, 652, 732, 812, 913).

 

[4]  Altered from 1.

 

[5] pro pesacio.

[6] pro vessacio.

[7] Sic: In .xxix.c stipulis Coligendis...

[8]  Altered from 3.

 

[9]  Superscript.

 

[10] Luke gave small rents from lands in Portsbridge to the Priory: Southwick Carts, II, p. 329 (III, 812); this gift of wine might constitute a counter-gift and thus dates the charter above more precisely to 1267-8.

[11]  There is a slight code-switch here as the clerk wrote par le Ropere.

 

[12] illegible; uxor in this context possibly means widow.

[13]  Two characters illegible.

 

[14]  Two words illegible.

 

[15]  The MS is torn throughout here.

 

[16]  Superscript.

 

[17]  Partially erased.

 

[18] Sic.

[19]  William was son and heir of Simon Biandehors, burgess of Portsmouth: Southwick Carts, II, pp. 230 and 309 (III, 612 and 774).

 

[20]  Richard held land in Beeston: Southwick Carts, II, p. 288 (III, 735).

 

[21]  Superscript.

 

[22] uxor in this context may mean widow.

[23]  Son of Ralph I de la Lighe, he gave land in 1265x1268 which had been conferred on him by his father: Southwick Carts, II, pp. 235-6 (III, 624-7), possibly Jordanescroft.

 

[24]  Here and elsewhere sic.

 

[25]  Superscript.

 

[26] remanentibus anni cancelled by subpunction.

[27]  MS torn: one word illegible.