WCM 15376a                                                                                                 1280-1281

 

 

Stubbington.  Account of the same manor by br Adam lay brother the Younger From the Gule of August 1280 to the other Gule next following 1281

 

Rents of assize  The same R. A. for £3 5s.3d. from all Rent of assize at Portsmouth for Michaelmas term and for the whole year by tally against Clement clericus.  And for 11s.8d. from rent from Portsmouth for Easter term without tally.  And for 19s.4d. from Rent of William metehol and his colleagues[1] tenants of land of Stubbington demesne.  And for 12s. from Rent of Buckland and Kingston for the whole year.

                                                                                Total £5 8s.3d. from Rent of assize Of which In payment to the lord King for our Rent at Portsmouth 35s.  Item In payment for pepper Rent 2s.7½d.   Total 37s.7½d. of payment of Rent at Portsmouth.

                                                            Total of remainder 70s.7½d. of Rent of assize

                                                            at Stubbington.

Issues of the manor  The same r. a. for 15s. from 10 hoggs sold.  And for 2s. from 1 pig sold.  And for 5s. for 2 stone of lambswool sold by br Adam the elder.  And for 3s. from stubble sold.  And for 12d. from tithe linen sold.  And for 5s. from 1 cow.  And for 2s. from 2 cowhides.  Total 33s.

Wheat sold  The same R. a. for £7 17s. from 44 qtrs 2 bs. of wheat sold by br A. the Younger at 4s. per qtr.  And for 9s. from 2 qtrs sold by the same A. at 4s.6d. per qtr.  And for 22s.9d. from 5 qtrs 2 bs. sold by the same A. at 4s.4d. per qtr.  And for 5s.8d. from 1 qtr of wheat sold by br Adam the elder.  And for 16s.9d. from 3 qtrs sold by the same A. the elder at 5s.7d. per qtr.  And for 11s.6d. from 2 qtrs sold by the same [A.] the elder at 5s.9d.   And for 2s. from 3 bs. of wheat sold by the same A. the elder.

                                                            Total 61 qtrs 7 bs. of wheat sold .

And for 22s.8d. from 4 qtrs sold by A. the Younger at 5s.8d.   Total £13 7s. 4d.

                                                            from all wheat sold.

Rye sold  The same r. a. for 33s. from 11 qtrs of rye sold by br Adam the Younger at 3s.                                                                Total 33s. from all rye sold.

Barley sold  The same r. a. for 61s.1½d. from 20 qtrs 3 bs. of barley sold by br Adam the Younger at 3s.  And for 3s.4d. from 1 qtr sold by the same A. the Younger.  And for 18s.9d. from 5 qtrs 5 bs. of barley sold by br Adam the elder at 3s.4d.  And for 12s. from 3 qtrs sold by the same Adam the elder at 4s.

                                                            Total 30 qtrs of all barley sold

                                                            Total £4 15s.2½d.

Oats sold  The same r. a. for 16s.0½d. from 9 qtrs 5 bs. of oats sold by Br Adam the Younger at 20d.                             Total 16s.0½d. from all oats sold.

Beans sold  The same r. a. for 18s. from 6 qtrs of beans sold by Br A. the Younger at 3s.  And for 33s.4d. from 10 qtrs of beans sold by the same Br A. at 3s.4d.   And for 15s.10d. from 5 qtrs of beans sold by the same A. the Younger at 3s.2d.  And for 6s.8d. from 2 qtrs of beans sold by Br Adam the elder at 3s.4d.

                                                            Total 23 qtrs of All beans sold

                                                            Total 73s. 10d.

Peas sold  The same r. a. for 3s.9½d. from 1 qtr 5 bs. of peas sold by Br Adam the Younger at 2s.4d.  And for 26s.3d. from 10é½ù[2] qtrs of peas sold by the same A. the Younger at 2s.6d.  And for 2s.6d. from 1 qtr sold by br Adam the elder.  And for 5s.4d. from 2 qtrs sold by the same A. the elder at 2s.8d.   And for 9d. from 2 bs. sold by Br A. the Younger.

                                                                        Total 15 qtrs 3 bs. of all peas sold.

                                                                        Total 38s. 7½d.

Vetches sold  The same r. a. for 30s. from 15 qtrs of vetches sold by Br Adam the Younger at 2s.  And for 33s. from 15 qtrs sold by the same A. the Younger at 2s.3d.  And for 9s.4d. from 3 qtrs sold by the same A. the Younger at 2s.4d.[3]  And for 4s.8d. from 2 qtrs sold by Br A. the elder at the same price.

                                                                        Total 36 qtrs of all vetches sold

                                                                        Total £3 17s.

Foreign receipts  The same r. a. for 20s. received from the Convent’s treasury.  And for 16s. received from br Adam the elder.  And for 30s. borrowed from John de grangia.  And for 25s. received from 2 mills at Portsmouth.  And for 20s. borrowed from hugulina.[4]

                                                                        Total £5 11s.

 

                                    Total of all receipt £40 15s. 8d.

Necessary Expenses and of Ploughs In steel bought in the time of br Adam the Younger 18d.  In 37 lbs of Iron bought 13d.  In a ploughshare bought 8d.  In 2 pair of wheels bought 6d.  In the Smith’s wage for repairing ironwork of Ploughs per annum 2s.  In payment of a marshall 2s.  In repairing Ploughs and doing other necessary tasks 18d.  In shoeing of horses with nails bought 3s.10d.  In planting beans 2d.  In drying barley 2s.3d.  In digging the Curtilage for 4 days 6d.  In 1200 …[5] 12d.

                                    Total 1é7ù[6]s.

carts  In a horse bought 10s.  In repairing old carts 12d.  In clouts with nails bought per annum 2s.  In 3 axles bought 6d.  In 8 lbs of tallow and grease for carts 12d.  In repairing a certain ironbound Cart twice 6d.  In 4 halters made from hair from stock 1d.  In Carthorse shoes bought 3s.        Total 18s. 1d.

Wages of the famuli In wages of 2 carters per annum 11s.  In wages of é2ù[7] Ploughmen 12s.  In wages of 2 ploughdrivers for the same time 10s.  In wages of 1 cowherd Shepherd swineherd for the same time 10s.6d.  In the wage of a dairy assistant for the same time 3s.  In the wage of one Carter for harvest 18d.  In the Gift of the famuli at Christmas and Easter 10d. 

                                                Total 49s. 10d.

August  In reaping grain at daywork[8] at the lord’s manorial table 65s.  In reaping ad tascham 24a. of grain 12s. at 6d. for an acre.  In wages of 4 Mounted foremen 20s.  In wages of 20 foot workers 30s.  In wages of 6 carters for harvest 18s.  In wages of 5 Stackers 12s.6d.  In wages of 1 Hayward 1 baker 1 reapreeve 1 groom of br Adam é1 shepherd 1 cowherd and a Dairy assistantù [9]  é8ù[10]s. each 2s.  In the wage of a swineherd for the same time 18d.  In carts hired 14s.  In relish for 20 foot workers 7s.6d.  In relish for 5 stackers 3s.8d.  In relish for 9 famuli 9s.  In tallow and grease bought for candles and greasing carts 3s.2d.  In ale bought by view of calne 16s.6d.  In meat fish and herring bought 16s.8d.  In Gloves bought for mounted foremen 12d.  In Gifts to men of the greater neighbours reaping grain  3s.  In shoeing of horses with nails bought in harvest 5s.  In weeding grain 3s.2½d. 

                                                Total £12 9s. é8ù[11]½d.

Threshing  In 178 qtrs 2 bs. of wheat 11 qtrs of rye threshed ad tascham 31s.6½d.  2d. for a qtr.  Item in threshing of 92 qtrs 3 bs. of wheat threshed ad tascham by br Adam the elder 15s.83/4d.  2d. for a qtr.  In threshing of 146 qtrs of barley ad tascham by Adam the Younger 12s.2d. 1d. for a qtr.  Item In é85ù[12] qtrs 5 bs. of barley threshed ad tascham by br A. the elder 7s.1½d., 1d. for a qtr.  In 92 qtrs 5 bs. of Oats threshed by Adam the Younger 3s.10¼d.  Item 56 qtrs of Oats threshed by Adam the elder 2s.4d. 1d. for 2 qtrs.  In threshing of 26 qtrs of beans by Adam the elder 2s.2d.  Item in 6 qtrs of beans threshed by A. the Younger 6d., 1d. for a qtr.  Item in 21 qtrs of peas threshed by A. the Younger 21d.  Item in 12½ qtrs of peas threshed by A. the elder 12½d.  In 68½ qtrs of vetches threshed by A. the Younger 5s.8½d.  Item in 5 qtrs of vetches threshed by Adam the elder 5d.                               Total £4 3s. 9d.

Land bought  In ½a. of land bought from Thomas Luwine[13] 16s.6d.  In another ½a. of land bought from Hugh bauchif[14] last year 5s.

                                                                        Total 21s. 6d.

Cost of buildings  In roofing the Grange with stone 12d.  In collecting stubble 4s.  In slates bought 18d.  In the church of the blessed Thomas at Portsmouth 3s.7d.  In roofing the grange with thatch in places 2s.6d.  In making an oven 2s.  In making a certain hearth with stone 12d.  In the walls about the kitchen and in places 3d.  In collecting poles at Candover 12d.  Item in roofing the Grange with stone and repairing the Dovecote and Kitchen in places 5s.10d.  In é4ù[15] ridge tiles bought for the grange 2d.  In 60 pegs bought for roofing the grange 3½d.  In a carpenter’s wage making a wall of the kitchen and other necessities in places 12d.  In hiring of a groom going to the plough for 7 days 3½d.  In making an axe from metal from stock 2d.  In making 2 iron forks from own iron 1¼d.  In whittawing 3 horsehides 12d.  In Whittawing 2 yearlings’ hides for harness 4d.

                                                            Total 25s. 2¼d.

Other form of expense[16]  In 40 geese bought 5s.  In iron bought from J. faber of Havant 18d.  In 2 baskets for grain 7½d.  In 2 sieves bought 2d. In 1 lantern bought 6d.  In 5 bs. of Oats bought for the horse of Mr Adam de Hiles[17] 20d.  In 3 spades bought 6d.  In salt bought 1s.  In the robe[18] of br Adam the Younger 13s.4d.  In 42 hen chicks bought 15d.  In[19]

                                                                        Total 26s. 6½d.

Dairy  In salt bought for the dairy 12d.  In a bucket bought 2½d.  In pots bought 2½d.  In linen cloth bought for cheese 2½d.

                                                                        Total 19½d.

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Foreign expense  In 2 Conger bought by the prior’s order and sent to the house 20d.  In 2 gallons of wine bought at Portsmouth for the prior when he crossed to the Isle é7d.ù[20]  In the prior’s passage to the Isle of Wight for the burial of Mr Thomas 2s.  Item in the passage of the same about Hockday to the same Isle 2s.  In bread and 4 gallons of wine bought and sent to Bertram Giterin[21] by the lord prior’s order 20d.  In 2 gallons of musk bought for the arrival of Mr A. de hales 7d.  In mustard  éboughtù[22] by br Isaac then Cellarer and sent to the house 16d.  In fish bought on the same day and sent to the house at the same time 6d.  In spoilt wine sent to the house 10d.  In 10 gallons of wine bought for a certain E. prior 2s.6d.  In a Basket of Figs bought by Br J. Colewine 5s.

                                                Total 18s. 7d.

Prior’s expenses  In the lord prior’s expenses at Martinmas at Stubbington for 2 days without tally 4s.83/4d.  Item in Expenses of the same In the feast of St Mark the Evangelist 2s.2d.  Item in Expenses of the same at the feast of St Scolastica for 2 days 3s.2d.  Item in Expenses of the same at Stubbington when the Justices sat at Portsmouth by tally against J. Colewine 7s.8d.               Total 17s. 83/4d.

Foreign livery  Delivered to Sir Richard de portesie for Rent 5s.  Item delivered to Osbert le rus for Rent of 3 helves 3s.  Item delivered for a pipe of wine by the lord prior’s order 21s.  Item delivered to Robert de la rogate 20s.  Item delivered to menaud for wine by the lord prior’s order 20s.  Item delivered for Rent assigned In alms for the souls of Adam stradie and his wife Wimarca[23] In perpetuity 2s.  Item delivered to Clement Clericus for iron 10s.

                                                            Total £4 12d.

Livery  Delivered to the lord prior’s chamber by tally 13s.4d.  Item delivered to br[24] Roger de insula by 3 tallies £6 8s.11d.  Item delivered to br Isaac by 2 tallies 31s.2d.  Item delivered to John de Oxonia cellarer by 1 tally 28s.10d.  Item delivered to John Andreu In Lent by tally 26s.7d.  Item delivered to the same John Andreu in the time of J. de la manewode then cellarer without tally 8s.            Total £11 16s. 10d.

            Total of all livery and expense £42 7s. 4½d.

m.1d                            Issue of the Grange of Stubbington

Wheat éAnswers 5 qtrs more than sixfoldù[25] The same R. A. for 154 qtrs from all issue of demesne Wheat.  And for 119 qtrs 5 bs. from Issue of tithe wheat.

                                                Total 274[26] 5 bs. of wheat Of

which In sowing 27 qtrs 1 bs.  In sowing of the land once of Henry de burhunte 3 qtrs.  Item delivered to Simon hundredarius by the lord prior’s order 1 qtr.  Sent to Winchester by order of the same prior 1 qtr.  In bread made for all harvest 4½ qtrs.  Item in bread baked for the whole year for R. the groom and visits 1½ qtr.  Sent to the house by 6 tallies 172 qtrs.  In malt made for harvest 2 qtrs.  Item delivered to the sacrist of Southwick 1½ bs.  Item delivered to éfamuliù[27] of Stubbington and famuli of Newlands 1 bs.  Item delivered to the sower by custom 1 bs.  In sale by Br Adam the Younger 55½ qtrs.  Item in sale by Br Adam the elder 6 qtrs 3 bs and 1½bs. remains in the granary.[28]

Rye The same r. a. for 11 qtrs of all Issue of rye without heaping.            Total 11 qtrs of which all In sale.

Barley éAnswers 1 qtr more than threefoldù[29] The same r. a. for 74 qtrs 7 bs. of all Issue of demesne barley without Heaping.  And for 156 qtrs 6 bs. of all Issue of tithe barley without Heaping.  And for 5½ qtrs of vetches received for livery to the famuli.

Total 231 qtrs 5 bs. of barley 5½ qtrs of vetches.

Of which In sowing 31 qtrs.  In bread baked for harvest 28 qtrs.  In delivery to Newlands 8 qtrs.  Item delivered to Fishbourne 1 qtr.  Item delivered to the widow of Hugh Raggi for her dower 1 qtr.  Sent to the house by 10 tallies 94 qtrs 5 bs.  In feeding of piglets 9 bs. Item delivered for the land once of Henry de burhunte 2½ qtrs.  In delivery to 6 famuli for 12 months 23 qtrs of barley 4 qtrs of vetches that is to each Per month 3 bs. of barley and vetches.  Item in delivery to 4 lesser famuli[30] for the same time 11 qtrs 2 bs.  of barley 1½ qtrs of vetches that is to each éfor 3ù[31]  Per month 2 bs. and the fourth takes each month 2½ bs.  In sale 30 qtrs.  Item for the sower’s custom 1 bs. 

Oats The same r. a. for 88 qtrs of all Issue of demesne Oats without Heaping.  And for 44 éqtrsù[32] of Issue of Oats received from tithe.  And for 16 qtrs of oats received by estimate in sheaves.  And for 5 bs. of  Oats bought.

`                                                           Total 148 qtrs 5 bs. Of which In

sowing 29 qtrs 3 bs.  In meal for broth made for the famuli for the whole year 9 qtrs.  In fodder of 2 Carthorses and the mounted foremen In harvest because of the length of August[33] 3 qtrs.  Item in fodder of 2 Carthorses from Michaelmas up to the Gule of August next following 16 qtrs.  Item in fodder of affers at the time of sowing of wheat 6 qtrs.  Item in fodder of the said affers at Spring sowing 4 qtrs.  Item in fodder of the lord prior’s horses on his visits 3 qtrs.  In fodder of the horses of Mr A. de hales 5 bs.  In fodder of oxen from Christmas up to Hockday by estimate in sheaves 16 qtrs that is 1 bs. each night.  Sent to the house by br A. the Younger by 5 tallies 41½ qtrs.  Sent to the house by John Calewe in harvest 1 qtr.  And sent to the prior’s stable twice 2 qtrs.  Sent to the Justices by the prior’s order 3½ qtrs.  In sale 9 qtrs 5 bs.  In malt made for harvest 4 qtrs.

Beans  The same r. a. for 32 qtrs of all Issue of beans without Heaping.                       Of which In sowing 7½ qtrs.  Delivered to the lord prior 1 qtr.  Item delivered to the marshall 1 bs.  In broth for the famuli 3 bs.  In sale 23 qtrs.

Peas  The same r. A. for 12½ qtrs of Issue of demesne peas without Heaping.  And for 21 qtrs from tithe without Heaping.

                                                Total 33½ qtrs.  Of which In

sowing 2½ qtrs.  Sent to Newlands for feeding pigs 2 qtrs.  In feeding 23 pigs from Boarhunt at Stubbington 4½ qtrs.  Item fattening pigs of Stubbington 3½ qtrs.  Item in feeding of pigs of Stubbington per annum 4 qtrs.  Delivered to the lord prior 1 qtr.  In sale 15 qtrs 3 bs.  In avantagium mercatoris 5 bs.

Vetches  The same r. A. for 73½ qtrs of all Issue of vetches without Heaping.  Total 73½ qtrs.  Of which In sowing 10 qtrs.  In feeding 22[34] pigs of Boarhunt 2½ qtrs.  In feeding of pigs of Stubbington per annum 9½ qtrs.  Sent to the house for livery of the famuli 7 qtrs 3 bs.  Sent for sowing the land once of H. de burhunte 2 qtrs 6 bs.  In delivery to the famuli of Stubbington as is shown in the issue of barley above 5½ qtrs.  In sale 36 qtrs.

                                                Stock

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

Affers  The same r. A. for 10 affers remaining from last year.  And for 1 affer bought.  Total 11 affers of which 3 female.  Of which affers Died 3 affers 1 female.  Total 3 affers 1 female.  And 5 affers remain 2 female.

Foals The same r. a. for 1 foal remaining from last Year.  And for 1 foal of this year.  And 2 foals remain.

Oxen The same r. a. for 15 oxen remaining from last Year.  And for 2 added from last year’s steers.  Of which Sent to the house 2 by tally.  And 15 oxen remain.

Cows  The same r. a. for 16 cows remaining from last Year.  And for 2 added from heiffers.  And for 1 bull remaining from last Year.  Total 18 cows 1 bull.  Of [which] Died 2 cows.  In sale 1 cow.  Total 3 cows.  And 15 cows and 1 bull remain of which 3 are sterile.

Steers/heiffers  The same r. a. for 4 remaining from last Year’s two-year olds.  Of which Added to oxen 2 to cows 2 and nothing remains.

Two-year olds  The same r. a. for 8 two-year olds remaining from last Year’s yearlings.  And 8 two-year olds remain.

Yearlings  The same r. a. for 9 Yearlings remaining from last Year’s calves.  Of which Died 2 Yearlings.  And 7 Yearlings remain.

Calves  The same r. a. for 12 calves of this [year] of Issue of the said cows.  And 12 calves remain of this year.

Ewes  The same r. a. for 54 ewes remaining from last Year.  Of which Died 4.  And 50 ewes remain of which 15 sterile.

Hoggs  The same r. a. for 42 hoggs remaining from last Year’s lambs.  Of which Died 10.  In sale 10.  And 22 hoggs remain.

Lambs  The same r. a. for 35 lambs of this year.  Of which Died 5.  And 30 lambs remain.

pigs  The same r. a. for 18 pigs remaining from last Year.  And for 50 added from last year’s piglets.  Total 68 pigs.  Of which Sent to the house by 4 tallies 39.  Killed there 2.  In harvest expenses 2.  Killed for the lord prior’s arrival 1.  In sale 1.

                        Total of expenses 45.  And 23 pigs remain.

Sows  The same r. a. for 6 sows remaining from last Year.  1 boar.  And 6 sows and 1 boar remain.

piglets  The same r. a. for 50 piglets remaining from last Year.  Of which added to pigs 50.  And nothing remains.

piglets of this year  The same r. a. for 74 piglets coming from the said sows this year.  Of which sent to the house by tally 10.  And 64 remain.

Geese  The same r. a. for 8 geese remaining from last Year.  And for 14 of issue of the said geese.  And for 40 geese bought.  Total 62 geese.  Of which Sent to the house by tally 21 geese.  Died 16.  In expenses of the house for harvest 5.  Total 42 and 20 geese remain.

Capons  The same r. a. for 9 capons coming from castration.  Of which Sent to the house 4.  In the lord prior’s expenses on his visits 5 capons and nothing remains.

Hens  The same r. a. for 5 hens remaining from last year.  Of which In the lord prior’s expenses 5 hens and nothing remains.

Ducks  The same r. a. for 2 ducks remaining from last year.  And 2 geese[35] remain.

Doves  The same r.a. for 231 doves coming from the dovecote.  Of which Sent to the house by 3 tallies 211 doves.  In expenses of the house 20 and equal.

[Cheese] The same r. a. for[36]

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Cheese of this year The same r. a. for 99 cheeses made this year They began to be made on the day of St Mark the Evangelist and finished on the Gule of August both days counted.

Hides  The same r. a. for 2 cowhides And for 4 affers’ hides And for 2 Yearlings’ hides.  Total 8 hides.  Of which in whittawing 4 affers’ hides 2 yearlings’ hides.  In sale 2 cowhides.

Fleeces  The same r. a. for 50 ewes’ fleeces and 22 hoggs’ fleeces.  Total 72 fleeces.  Of which all delivered to br Adam the elder.

Lambswool  The same r. a. for 2 stones of lambswool.  Total 2 stones.  Of which all In sale.

Large fells  The same r. a. for 4 ewes’ fells And 10 hoggs’ fells.  Total 14 fells.  Of which all Delivered to br Adam the elder.

Lambs’ fells The same r. a. for fells of 5 lambs [which] died.  Total 5 lambs’ fells.  Of which all delivered to [Adam] the elder.

 

All from Stubbington[37]



[1]   In the rental of c.1248, he held land in Stubbington on his own for a rent of 3s.8d.: Southwick Carts, I, p. 147 (I, 193); he is recorded elsewhere as of Portsmouth: e.g. Southwick Carts, II, pp. 295 and 333 (III, 748 and 820).

 

[2]   Superscript.

[3]  For these last two entries, sic: the arithmetic is erroneous.

 

[4]  Possibly the wife and widow of Robert de Seint Denis, innkeeper of Portsmouth: Southwick Carts, II, p. 333 (III, 820 for 1276).

 

[5]  Three words illegible.

 

[6]  Altered from 16.

 

[7]  Superscript.

[8]  per dietas.

[9]  Cancelled. 

[10]  Altered from 14.

 

[11]  Altered from 6 with a caret mark also.

 

[12]  Altered from 80.

[13]  For this acquisition, Southwick Carts, II, p. 305 (III, 767) where Luwine was one of several grantors, c.1280.

 

[14]  Burgess of Portsmouth: Southwick Carts, II, p. 441; but this acquisition does not appear to be in the cartularies.

 

[15]  Superscript and duobus cancelled.

 

[16]  Aliud genus expense

 

[17] As below, Adam de hales who, in 1292, was keeper of the spiritualities of the diocese: Southwick Carts, II, p. 1 (III, 1).

 

[18]  vestura

 

[19]  MS blank.

[20]  Superscript and altered from 1d.

[21]  He had conveyed ½a. 1r. to the Priory in 1275x1285 for 3 marks: Southwick Carts, II, p. 302 (III, 759).

 

[22] Superscript.

[23]  See Southwick Carts, II, p. 298 (III, 754).

 

[24]  MS fatr’

 

[25]  Added.  Respondet v quarteria post sexto

[26]  Sic.

[27]  Superscript.

[28]  No summe or totals of expenses are given for any grain.

 

[29]  Added.

[30]  minuti famuli

 

[31]  Superscript.

[32]  Superscipt.

[33]  propter prolixitatem augusti

 

[34]  Sic.

[35]  Sic.

[36]  MS blank.

 

[37]  Omnes de stubint’