WCM 15377a 1269-1270

Account of Stubbington made by Adam dun serjeant and William the reapreeve from Michaelmas 53 Henry [III] to Christmas following And by the Same William the reapreeve from the said Christmas to Michaelmas 54 Henry [III]

 

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

In lapse of the Tenement of Thomas Grey[1] drawn Into the demesne 2s.2d.

Total of Rent Remaining 13s.[2]83/4d.

Issues of the manor The same r. a. for 15s. from 1 ox and 1 cow sold for weakness in the time of Adam the serjeant. And for 10s.6d. from 1 ox sold by William the reapreeve. And for 14d. from 1 hide of a cow which died before calving in the time of the said Adam the serjeant. And for 7d. from 1 hide of a yearling which died sold in the time of the same Adam. And for 4s.7d. from 2 stones of lambswool sold. And for 4s.7d. from 2 stones of tithe wool sold. And for 18d. from small tithes that is of Feed of calves and lambs which remain In all..

Total 37s.11d.

wheat sold The same r. a. for 20s0d. for 4 qtrs 5 bs. of wheat sold in the time of Adam the serjeant at 4s.[3]4d. per qtr. And for 8 10s. 6d. for 33 qtrs 2 bs. of wheat sold by William the reapreeve of which 20 qtrs 3 bs. at 5s. per qtr And 12 qtrs 7 bs. at 5s.4d.

Total 9 10s. 7d. Total of qtrs 37 qtrs 7 bs.

Rye sold The same r. a. for 9s. 6d. from 2 qtrs 3 bs. sold at 4s. per qtr in the time of Adam the serjeant. Total 9s. 6d. Total of qtrs 2 qtrs 3 bs.

Barley sold The same r. a. for 60s.10d. from 18 qtrs 2 bs. of barley sold in the time of Adam the serjeant at 3s.4d. per qtr. And for 107s.2d. from 28[4] qtrs 1 bs. of barley sold by William the reapreeve of which 8 qtrs at 3s.4d. per qtr. And 20 qtrs 1 bs. at 4s. Total 8 8s. Total of qtrs 46 qtrs 3 bs.

Oats sold The same r. a. for 8s. from 4 qtrs of oats sold in the time of Adam the serjeant at 2s. per qtr. And for 62s.6d. from 25 qtrs of oats sold by William the reapreeve at 2s.6d. per qtr. Total 70s.6d. Total of qtrs 29 qtrs.

Beans sold The same r. a. for 4 12d. from 27 qtrs of beans sold to Henry Longus at 3s. per qtr. Total 4 12d. Total of qtrs 27 qtrs.

Peas sold The same r. a. for 4s.4d. for 1 qtr of peas sold. And for 4 from 30 qtrs of peas sold to Henry longus of Southampton at 2s.8d. per qtr.

Total 4 4s. 4d. Total of qtrs 31 qtrs.[5]

Vetches sold The same r. a. for 22s. from 8 qtrs 2 bs. of vetches sold at 2s.8d. per qtr. And for 20d. from 5 bs. vetches sold. And for 4 6s.8d. [from] vetches sold In sheaves.

Total 110s.4d. Total of qtrs[6]

Wheat of newly-cut grain sold The same r. a. for 72s.6d. from 14 qtrs of wheat of newly-cut grain sold at 5s. per qtr. And for 15s. from 3 qtrs of wheat of newly-cut grain sold at 5s. per qtr.

Total 4 7s.6d. Total of qtrs[7]

Barley of newly-cut grain The same r. a. for 45s.4d. from 17 qtrs of barley of newly-cut grain sold at 2s.8d. per qtr. And for 26s.8d. from 8 qtrs of barley of newly-cut grain sold at 3s.[4d.][8] per qtr. [And for] 3 qtrs of barley sold at 3s.6d.per qtr.[9] And for 14s. from 4 qtrs of barley sold at 3s.6d. per qtr.

Total 4 16s.6d. Total of qtrs 32 qtrs.

Vetches sold green The same r. a. for 18s. from 2a. of vetches sold green in the field for the horses of the lord Edward son of the King.

Total 18s.

Total of All Receipt 48 7s. 11d.

Arrears of last year Paid to the serjeant for arrears of last year 3s.4d. In which the lord prior was bound to him after his account of last year.

Total 3s. 4d.

stock bought In 1 ox bought by William the reapreeve for the plough 8s. Item In 1 carthorse Bought 16s.6d. In 27 geese bought 4s.6d. In 22 chicks Bought 6d.

Total 29s. 6d.

Cost of the plough[10]In 1 coulters of steel Bought 20d. In 1 ploughshare Bought 8[11]d. In 2 ploughirons Bought 14d. In 131 horseshoes Bought in lots 5s.6d. In 2000 nails for the Same 2s. 7d. In the smiths wage for making ironwork of 2 ploughs per annum 2s.2d. In making 5 halters from the lords own hair 1d.

Total 13s. 11d.

Cost of the cart[12]In 1 pair of small Wheels Bought 2s.6d. In 200 lbs of Spanish iron Bought 7s.6d. In making that iron into a binding and In binding the said Wheels 2s.6d. In repairing other old carts at the smithy 10d. In greasing carts 3d. In 28 clouts bought for a cart 18d. In 500 nails for the Same 7d.

Total 15s. 8d.

wages of the famuli In the wage of 1 carter per annum 6s. In wages of 2 ploughmen per annum 11s. In wages of 2 ploughdrivers for the Same [time] 10s. In wages of 1 Shepherd 1 cowherd 1 swineherd for the Same [time] 10s.6d. In the wage of 1 dairy assistant per annum 4s. In their gift at Christmas and Easter 10d. In wages of 2 lesser carters from the feast of St John the Baptist up to Michaelmas 6s. In the wage of 1 groom serving In harvest 2s. In the wage of 2 grooms harrowing In winter 8d. Total 51s.

Threshing In threshing 128 qtrs of wheat threshed ad tascham 21s.4d. that is 2d. for a qtr in the time of Adam the serjeant. In threshing 6 qtrs of rye 12d. In threshing 107 qtrs of barley 8s.10d. In threshing 41 qtrs of oats 20d. In threshing 1 qtr of beans 1d. Item In threshing 5 qtrs of vetches 5d. in the time of the same Adam. Item In threshing by William the reapreeve 180 qtrs of wheat threshed ad tascham 30s. that is 2d. for a qtr. In threshing 120 qtrs of barley 10s. that is 1d. for a qtr. In threshing 160 qtrs of oats 6s.8d. that is d. for a qtr. In threshing 30 qtrs of beans 2s.6d. In threshing 20 qtrs of peas 20d. In threshing 24 qtrs of vetches 2s.

Total 4 6s. 3d.

Dairy In Linen cloth for the dairy 2d. In pots 2d. In 1 bs. of salt 4d. In Sieves Bought and repaired 4d. In leeks and onions 4d. In repairing tubs and Buckets 2d.

Total 19d.

Cost of buildings In 21500 thatch straws collected ad tascam 17[13]s.11d. that is 10d per 1000. In 50 nails for repairing the Door 1d. In expenses of 2 carpenters for 7 days making Doors and a Yoke for ploughs and doing other necessary tasks In ale 14d. In relish other than [from] stock 4d. In wages of the same[14]18d. In expenses of 1 vine-dresser for 11 days In ale 11d. In relish 6d. In the wage of the same 16d. Item In 7000 slates for the grange 6s.9d. In 2 sesters of lime Bought at Fareham 4s. In 3 qtrs of lime Bought at Winchester 16d. In 600 clouts of tingelnail 6d. In 14000 pegs 11d. In expenses of 6 roofers for 1 week and 4 roofers for 3 days In bread 2s.6d. In ale 2s.9d. In relish other than [from] stock 20d. In wages of 2 roofers for 9 days 3s. In wages of 2 grooms for the Same [time] 11d. of which 1 took 3/4d. per day and the other took d. per day. In wages of 2 other grooms for 1 week 9d. In expenses of 2 sawyers sawing wood for 2 days and of 2 roofers for 3 days for repairing buildings in places. In ale 7d. In relish 6d. In wages of the same 15d. each took 1d. per day. In expense of 1 roofer for 15 working days for repairing the buildings in places In ale 8d. In relish other than [from] stock 4d. In wages of the same 22d. that is 1d. per day. Item In 20 lbs of tallow for candles 2s.1d. In 5 hurdles Bought for the fold 7d. In 3 bs. of salt for the familia[15] 6d. In metalling shovels, forks and spades 5d.

Total 57s. 93/4d.

Expense of the serjeant In the wage[16] of Adam the serjeant from the feast of Michaelmas up to Christmas 12d. Item In the wage[17]of W. the reapreeve per annum 6s. Item In expense of the same from the feast of All Saints up to Christmas In bread in portions 13d. In ale 3s. ...[18] In relish 8d. Item In Expenses[19] of W. the reapreeve from Christmas up to St Peter in Chains In bread in portions 18d. In ale 5s. In relish 2s.10d. Item In expenses of the same from the Decollation of St John the Baptist up to the feast of All Saints that is for 9 weeks In ale 4s. In relish 2s.3d.

Total 27s. 4d.

Cost of the new grange In expenses of 4 sawyers from the Morrow of the Nativity of St John the Baptist up to Sunday next before the Exaltation of Holy Cross that is for 10 weeks In ale 20s. In relish other than [from] stock 10s. In wages of the same ...[20] Item In expenses of the said 4 Sawyers and 3 roofers from the feast of the Exaltation of Holy Cross up to Sunday next before the feast of St Faith the Virgin that is for 3 weeks and 1 roofer for a fortnight and 3 lathers who put up laths on the new grange In ale 13s.6d. In relish 11s.8d. In wages of 4 sawyers for the Same [time] 6s. Item In wages of 3 roofers for the Same [time] 6s.9d. each took 1d. per day. In the wage of a 4th roofer for a fortnight 18d. Item In wages of 2 lathers for the Same [time] 2s.2d. In wages of 5 men to serve the roofers for 3 weeks 2s.6d. In 23500 singelnails 27s.7d. at ... [21]per 1000. Item In 800 large clouts for Boards 3s.4d. Item In 500 nails for Boards 17d. In 600 nails for Boards 2s.6d. Item In large stones for the grange 2s.6d. Item In making foundations under ...[22] 4d. Item In 1 lock Bought for the door[23] of the same grange 5d.

Total 6 2s. 4d.

Cost of harvest In Meat and fish Bought for the serjeant and 5 mounted foremen for 5 weeks In harvest 11s.3d. In ale for them 26s.4d. In fish and herring bought for hired reapers and carters In harvest 19s. In reaping Grain 53s.7d. In Livery for 5 stackers for 6 weeks for relish 3s.9d. to each 1d. per week. Given to 6 famuli of the house from St Peter in Chains to Michaelmas that is for 8 weeks 6s. to each 1d. per week for relish. Item given to 3 famuli of the house for relish for the Same [time] 2s. that is to each 1d. per week. Item given to 20 tithe collectors for 5 weeks for [relish][24] 8s.4d. to each 1d. per week. In carts hired for carrying tithe grain through harvest 16s.4d. In 14 lbs of tallow for making candles 15d. In 9 lbs of grease for carts 10d. [In] the wage of a mounted foreman 5s. In the wage of 1 hayward 1 baker[25] 4s. In wages of 5 stackers 12s.6d. In wages of 3 tithe collectors 5s. In wages of 17 tithe collectors 25s.6d. to each 18d. [In] shoeing horses of mounted foremen 10d. In gloves for the same 12d. In 28 dishes bought for harvest and 8 plates and 12 salt-cellars with 6 bowls 7d. In the wage of Richard the marshall for his ...[26] 2s. In a gift to reapers of Sir Richard de portesye 6d. In a gift to reapers of Stamshaw 4d. Item to reapers of the prior of Gods House 6d. Item to reapers of Eastney 6d. to reapers ...[27] of Portsea 4d.

Total 10 7s. 4d.

Cost of the church of Portsmouth[28] In 2000 stones for roofing the church of Portsmouth[29] 20d. In wages of roofers ad tascam 2s.4d. Total 4s.

Foreign expense In Expense of the lord prior about the feast of St Andrew that is of the Prior and Bailiff In bread 13d. In wine 15d. In ale 8d. In fish 5d. In expenses of the same On the eve of the Epiphany of the Lord 12d. by tally against Herbert the chamberlain. Item In 3 gallons of wine Bought sent to the house on the same day by the same tally 20d. Item In expenses of the same for 2 nights and of the rector of Warblington and William stake for 4 nights for the Justices 9s.4d. by tally against the same chamberlain. In Expenses of the same and visits on the first Monday in March 16d. by tally against the same chamberlain. Item In expenses of the same and visits when he dined with the lord Bishop at Portsmouth 18d. by tally against the same chamberlain. Item In Expenses of the same when he dined with Sir [Richard de?] portesye 6d. by tally against the same chamberlain. Item In expenses of the same when he seised Henry de grangia with his house and of visits 9d. by tally against the same chamberlain. Item In the lord priors expenses at Portsmouth On the eve of the blessed [Mary] Magdalene and of visits In bread 2d. In wine 7d. In ale 1d. In woad 4d. Item In expenses of the same and visits In harvest on his way to the Isle In bread 4d. In wine 9d. In fish 2d. Item In expenses of the same and Mr Thomas and visits on Thursday next after [the feast of the Exaltation] of Holy Cross 14d. by tally against the same chamberlain. Item In expenses of the same and the Official of Winchester on Tuesday next after the feast of St Faith 8d. by tally against the same chamberlain.

Total 23s. 5d.

 

[It is probable that m.1 of WCM 15378 continues the expenses here with the foreign expenses]

m.1d Issue of the Grange of Stubbington

Issue of wheat The same r. a. for 2 qtrs of wheat remaining from last year. And for 128 qtrs 5 bs. of issue of the grange in the time of Adam don. And for 192 qtrs of issue of wheat by W. the reapreeve after [Adams] death.[30]

Total 323 qtrs 1 bs.

Expense In sowing 46a. by the perch 20 qtrs that is 3 bs. per acre. In the reapreeves custom 1 bs. In bread baked for Adam the serjeant and W. the reapreeve and 4 mounted foremen In harvest 5 qtrs 6 bs. In bread baked after harvest for workers in the time of Adam don 1 qtr 1 bs. Item In bread baked by William the reapreeve for workers and Sawyers In summer 1 qtr 2 bs. In sale as is shown In last years roll 45 qtrs. In sale as is shown In this roll 37 qtrs 7 bs. Item Sent to the house and delivered to br R. of the bakery in the time of Adam the serjeant 73 qtrs by tally. Item delivered to the same R. by William the reapreeve 131 qtrs by another tally. Given to Henry de grangia for avantagium for grain Bought 6 bs. given to William scaileford by the priors gift 2 bs. Item to the wife[31]of biandehors 2 bs. Item to the wife of Richard Eylof 2 bs. To Henry longus of Southampton by gift of the same 1 qtr. To Richard Wygant by gift of the same 1 qtr. To Hamon grey by gift of the same qtr.

Total 320 qtrs 1 bs. And 3 qtrs remain

In the granary.

Issue of rye The same r. a. for 6 qtrs 3 bs. of issue of rye. Total the same. Expense. In sale as is shown in last years roll 4 qtrs. In sale as is shown In this roll 2 qtrs 3 bs and nothing remains.

Issue of Barley The same r. a. for 6 qtrs 2 bs. remaining from last year. And for 154 qtrs 2 bs. of issue of barley in the time of Adam the serjeant. And for 136 qtrs 6 bs. of issue of barley by William the reapreeve. ...[32] And for [33] qtrs coming from Eastney mill. And for 1 qtr 1 bs. coming from tithe of Copnor mill.

Total 299 qtrs 3 bs.

[At this point the left edge of the membrane is severely damaged, with a loss of the paragraph headings]

[Expense] [In sowing] 14a. by the perch 13 qtrs 2 bs. In the reapreeves custom 1 bs. In bread baked for reapers and famuli In harvest 31 qtrs In ...[34] of 2 ploughmen and 2 ploughdrivers for 12 months 22 qtrs each 4 qtrs. Item In livery of 1 cowherd 1 Shepherd for the Same [time] 7 qtrs ...[35] 2 bs. In Livery of 1 swineherd and dairy assistant and 1 harrower and In summer looking after geese and doing other necessary tasks for the Same 9 qtrs each 2 bs per month ...[36] for the groom of William the reapreeve 3 qtrs. In feeding dogs 3 qtrs. In feeding pigs and piglets 2 qtrs. In fattening geese 7 bs. In sale as is shown In [last] years roll ...[37] 60 qtrs. Item given to H. de grangia for avantagium for grain Bought 6 bs. In sale as shown In This roll 46 qtrs 3 bs. Sent to the house and delivered to br R. of the bakery by 2 tallies [101] qtrs. Item given to William scailleford by the priors gift 2 bs. and to Hamo grey by gift of the same 4 bs. To Richard the marshall by gift of the same 1 qtr. Given to the wife[38]of Richard Eylof by order of the same ...[39] to Peter de Nytunbre by order of the same 1 qtr.

Total 294 [qtrs] 1 bs. And 5

qtrs 2 bs. remain In the granary.

Issue of oats The same answers for 2 qtrs 2 bs. remaining from last year. And for 63 qtrs of issue of oats in the time of Adam dun And for 168 qtrs of issue of oats by William the reapreeve. And for 13 qtrs by Estimate In sheaves.

Total 246 qtrs 6 bs.

Expense In sowing 35[40]a. by the perch 33 qtrs 6 bs. that is almost 1 qtr per acre In meal for broth for famuli 5 qtrs. In fodder of horses of mounted foremen and canons visiting In harvest 6 qtrs. In fodder of 2 carthorses from Michaelmas up to St Peter in Chains that is for 43 weeks 21 qtrs that is 3 bs. per week. In fodder of 3 horses harrowing and otherwise going to the cart to carry muck and to do other necessary tasks 30 qtrs. In fodder of 4 affers drawing ploughs from Michaelmas up to the Translation of St Swithun that is for 41 weeks 20 qtrs that is qtr per week. In fattening geese 2 qtrs. In fodder of oxen by estimate In sheaves 12 qtrs. In feeding calves by estimate In sheaves 1 qtr. Sent to the house and delivered to br R. of the bakery 52 qtrs by 2 tallies. In sale as is shown In last years roll 22 qtrs. In sale as is shown In this roll 29 qtrs. In fodder of Horses of the lord prior on his visits and of other visits 8 qtrs 2 bs. In fodder of the lord Archdeacons Horses for 1 night 1 qtr. Sent to the house for the priors stable 1 qtr 2 bs. given to Richard Wygant 1 qtr.

Total 246 qtrs 2 bs. And qtr remains

In the granary.

Issue of beans The same r. a. for 43 qtrs of all issue of beans.

Total 43 qtrs

Expense In sowing on 13a. by the perch 12 qtrs that is almost 1 qtr per acre. In broth for famuli qtr. In fattening pigs 2 qtrs. In sale as is shown in this roll 27 qtrs. Item given for the same for avantagium 1 qtr.

Total 43 qtrs and nothing remains.

Issue of peas The same r. a. for 39 qtrs of all issue of peas Total the same. Expense. In sowing on 3a. by the perch 1 qtr 2 bs. In broth of the famuli 1 qtr. In feeding pigs 2 qtrs. 2 bs. In sale as is shown In this roll 31 qtrs. Given for the same for avantagium by the bailiffs order 2 qtrs. Item given for the same by the priors order 1 qtr.

Total 39 qtrs. And nothing remains.

Issue of vetches The same r. a. for 34 qtrs 7 bs. of all issue of vetches. And for 1 qtr remaining from last year after the account.

Total 35 qtrs 7 bs.

Expense In sowing on 32a. by the perch 15 qtrs 2 bs. that is almost qtr per acre. In feeding pigs 10 qtrs 6 bs. In sale as is shown In this roll 8 qtrs 7 bs. Sent to the house 1 qtr.

Total 35 qtrs 7 bs. And nothing remains.

 



[1] In c.1248, Thomas held from the Priory a. in Portsmouth: Southwick Carts, I, p. 151 (I, 194).

 

[2] Altered from 12s.

[3] Superscript.

 

[4] Altered from 26.

 

[5] But the MS is torn here and so the figure may not be complete.

 

[6] MS torn.

 

[7] MS torn.

[8] The MS is torn here so the figure may not be complete.

 

[9] Sic.

[10] Custus Caruce fully extended.

[11] Superscript.

 

[12] Custus carecte fully extended.

[13] Altered from 16.

[14] Sic.

[15] Probably the manorial household of famuli.

 

[16] Expense cancelled.

[17] As n.16.

[18] MS torn: several words illegible.

 

[19] Relish cancelled.

 

[20] MS torn.

 

[21] MS torn.

 

[22] MS torn.

 

[23] ad hostium with opus cancelled and replaced by hostium.

[24] MS torn.

 

[25] Superscript.

 

[26] MS torn.

 

[27] MS torn.

 

[28] portsm.

 

[29] portesmue.

 

[30] MS simply post decessum.

[31] In this context uxor possibly means widow.

[32] MS torn.

 

[33] MS torn.

 

[34] MS torn.

 

[35] MS torn.

 

[36] MS torn.

 

[37] MS torn.

 

[38] Uxor probably means widow in this context.

[39] MS torn.

 

[40] Superscript.