WCM 15379                                                                           [1281?]

Account ... Translation of St.   ... of King Ed[ward] [I].

Arrears The same r. a. for é19ù[1]s. received ...

Rents of Kingston The same r. a. for 23s.6d. .... Coopertor.  And for 7s. received from Rent ....

Rents of Portsmouth  The same r. a. for 75s.03/4d. received from Rents of Portsmouth by [tally] against Ralph le bole Clerk.[2]

                                                Total 75s. 03/4d.

Issues of the manor 

éhe is charged with all the small tithes of Eastney because nothing was recordedù[3]

The same r. a. for .... 

And for 3s.8d. received from 2 hides of dead oxen sold about Hockday.  And for 4s.6d. received from fells of 1 wether 8 ewes 2 tups and 6 hoggs sold which all died before shearing at 3d. per fell  And for 5½d. received from fells of 1 wether 1 ewe and 1 hogg  sold which died before shearing.  And for 12½d. received from the fells of 4 ewes sold killed in harvest.  And for 2d. received from the fell of 1 ewe sold killed for household expense after shearing.  And for 1d. received from fells of 2 ewes and 2 hoggs sold died after shearing.  And for 5s.3d. received from 53 lambs’ fleeces sold issuing from shearing which made 18 lbs at 3½d. per lb.  And for 4s.6d. received from 2 claves 4 lbs of wool sold issuing from tithe of Eastney at 21d. per clave.

                                                Total 19s. 8d.

Sale of Stock  The same r. a. for 40s. received from 3 oxen and 1 cow sold because of age by view of Br John de leuynton’ Bailiff.

                                                Total 40s.

Sale of grain

Wheat The same r. a. for £18 18s. 10d. received from 61 qtrs 1 bs. of wheat sold of which 43 qtrs at 6s. per qtr  and 18 qtrs 1 bs.  at 6s.8d. per qtr. 

Rye  And for 41s.3d. received from 8 qtrs 2 bs. of rye sold at 5s. per qtr.

Barley  And for £12 2s. 1¼d. received for 48 qtrs 7 bs. of barley sold of which 10 qtrs at 4s.8d. per qtr 35 qtrs 5½ bs. at 5s. per qtr and 3 qtrs 1½ bs. at 5s.4d. per qtr.

beans And for 21s.9d. received from 3 qtrs 5 bs. of Beans sold at 6s. per qtr.

Peas  And for 18s.8d. received from 3½ qtrs of peas sold at 5s.4d. per qtr.

                                                            Total £35 2s. 7¼d.

éSales after the account.  The same r. a. for 6s. received for 1 qtr of wheat sold after the account.  And for 14s.8¼d. received from 2 qtrs 7½ bs.  of barley.  And for 8s.8d. from 4 qtrs of oats.  And for 4s. from 6 bs. of peas.  And for 5s. from 3 pigs.  And for 2s.4d. received from 14 piglets.  And for 12d.  received from 24 chicks sold after the account.

                                                Total 41s. 8¼dù[4].

                                                Total of All receipt £46 9s. 23/4d.

Rent paid  The same Accounts In Rent paid at Michaelmas to the lord King for several tenements inside the Liberty of Portsmouth held from him 36s.2¼d.  In 3 lbs of pepper bought and paid to the same at the same term 3s.3d. at 13d. per lb.  In Rent paid to Sir R. de Portes’  for land at Brokhurst for the same term 5s.  In 4 lbs of wax bought and paid to the Rector of Farlington at the feast of St Andrew the Apostle 2s.8d. at 8d. per lb. 

                                                            Total 47s. é1ù[5]¼d.

Cost of ploughs  The same accounts In ½ cwt of iron[6]bought for ironwork for 3 ploughs per annum 20d.  In the smith’s wage repairing the ironwork of the said 3 ploughs per annum 3s.é4d.ù[7]  In 15 horseirons bought for shoeing 2 Carthorses and 7 affers 11d.  In making 48 larger horseshoes 23 smaller horseshoes and 600 horse nails of the lord’s iron that is from 67 lbs of iron 2s.  In 1000 horse nails bought for the same é15d.ù[8] In  3 pair of Wheels bought for ploughs 15½d.  In making 6 halters from 7 lbs of hemp issuing from tithe of Eastney 2d.  Item In making 7 halters from own hair for affers 1½d.

                                                Total 10s. 5d.

Cost of Carts  The same Accounts for 450[9] of iron bought for making a new binding, large nails and a new clamp for 2 old bindings and similarly for making horseshoes from it and other necessities 16s.4d. of which 250 at 3s.4d. per 100 and 200 at 4s. per 100.  In making 1 new binding with all equipment from 201 qtrs of the lord’s iron and In 1 pair of Wheels from last year’s stock with fixing the said binding 3s.6d.  In 1 pair of Wheels for binding with bought iron 2s.4d.  In the smith’s wage for making large nails and new clamps with small nails for 2 old bindings that is 140 lbs of the lord’s iron and for binding 2 pair of Wheels with old bindings 3s.2d. of which the other pair of Wheels was old.  In 1 pair of large Wheels bought for Harvest 22d.  In fretting a cartframe with fretted wood 1d.  In greasing 2 Carts twice 4d.  In 15 clouts for carts with nails bought 17½d.  In 1 pair of saddle-pads and In 2 new collarsé18d.ù[10] In the wage of 1 carpenter making 1 new Cart-body and for greasing é4ù[11] carts for 2 days 2d. and he was at the manorial table.[12]

                                                Total 30s. 8½d.

Purchase of grain The same Accounts For 4 qtrs of grain bought for livery to famuli in summer 22s.8d. at 5s.8d. per qtr.

                                                Total 22s. 8d.

Purchase of stock  The same Accounts In  3 affers bought 28s.8d. of which 1 at 6s.8d. 1 at 8s. and 1 at 14s.  In 3 oxen bought 46s.6d. of which 1 at 13s.6d. 1 at 17s. and 1 at 16s.  In 1 adult sow bought from Stephen de Portes’ Clerk at the beginning of March 3s.6d.  In 22 goslings bought for stock 3s.8d. at 2d. per gosling.  In 56 chicks bought for stock 4s.3d. of which 36 at 1d. per chick and 20 chicks at 3/4d. each.  In 2 doles of cider bought 17s.7d.

                                                Total 104s. 2d.

Harvest The same Accounts In 72 men hired for reaping grain as for 1 day 9s. each of whom 1½d. per day and they were at the manorial table.  In 30 men hired for reaping grain for ½ day 2s.6d. each of whom 1d. per half day and they were at the manorial table.  éIn 57 men hired for reaping grain for 1 day 9s.6d. each of whom 2d. per day and they were ad taschamù[13]. In é254ù[14]men hired for reaping grain as for 1 day é49s.11½d.ù[15]that is each of whom 3d. per day less  ½d. overall and they were ad tascham.  éIn 9 men hired for reaping grain for ½ day 13½d. each of whom 1½d. per half day and they were ad tascham.ù[16]  In scything 22a. of beans peas and vetches ad tascham 8s.3d. [at] 4½d. for an acre.  In expenses of Br N. le faukenir the serjeant 1 hayward 5 mounted foremen 1 reapreeve 1 cook and baker 3 Carters hired with their own Carts and horses 1 foot worker at the manorial table by a contract made by J. de Harewoll’ who was serjeant and of other visits from Wednesday on the morrow of the Translation of St Swithun up to Wednesday next after the feast of St Bartholomew the Apostle for 6 weeks as in bread 4½ qtrs of wheat baked from stock In ale éit is allowed to him because the malt was not goodù[17] bought 10s.10d. and moreover were expended 6 qtrs of malt wheat Barley and oats and 1 dole and 1 pipe of cider from Stock.    In meat large fish herring bought for the same time 9s.8½d.  and moreover were expended 4 ewes é2ù[18]pigs 3 geese 1½ pig carcass and 38 cheeses from stock.  In 11 lbs of tallow bought for candles 133/4d. at 1¼d. per lb.  In gifts made to the reapreeve and Carters and the good men of the parish in several Places 10s.1d. éit is allowed to him because above and for the yearù[19] In Gloves for 5 mounted foremen 10d.  In relish for 4 stackers and threshers for 3 weeks 18d. and each of them takes 1½d. per week.  In relish for 1 stacker and thresher for 4 weeks 6d. and he takes per week as above.  In relish for 10 foot workers éfor 1 weekù[20] 19 foot workers for 3 weeks 12 foot workers for 1 week 6 foot workers for 1 week 7s.1d. and each of them takes 1d. per week.[21]In relish for 1 carter 2 ploughholders 3 [plough]drivers for 8 weeks 6s. and each of them takes 1½d. per week.  In relish for 1 shepherd 1 cowherd 1 Dairy assistant and 1 swineherd for the same time 2s.8d. and each of them takes 1d. per week.  In small ropes bought for the use of foot workers for collecting grain on the land of Sir R. de portes’ 6d. because it is not allowed for Carts to enter on his land.

                                                Total £6 63/4d.

Wages In Harvest  The same Accounts For wages of 5 mounted foremen for harvest 25s. and each of them takes 5s.  In wages of 5 stackers and threshers for the same time 12s.6d. and each of them takes 2s.6d.  In the wages of 1 hayward and 1 cook and baker 5s. because the reapreeve was from the lord’s familia.  In wages of 19 foot workers and 1 groom of the mounted foremen 30s. and each of them takes 18d.  In the wage of 1 foot worker being at the manorial table under the contract of John de Harewoll’ 2s.6d.  In 2 carts hired for All Harvest 10s.  In 1 cart hired for 2 weeks 3s.8d.  In 1 cart hired for 3 days 12d.

                                                Total £4 9s. 8d.

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Repairs of the buildings with small expenses The same Accounts for 5000 stones for repairing the roof of the tithe grange 8s.2d. at 20d. per 1000. less 2d. overall. In 4 qtrs of lime bought for the same 2s. at 6d. per qtr. 

In the wage of 1 carpenter for 20 days making a new henhouse 2 new doors for the kitchen a new gate for the Garden joinery around the pit and 2 sties for pigs 2s.6d. that is 1½d. per day and he was at the manorial table.  In 8 boards bought for 2 doors for the kitchen 12d.  In a Hinge and bracket bought for the 2 Kitchen doors 6d.  In 300 boardnails bought for the said 2 doors 9d.  In 500 nails for Laths bought for lathing the henhouse 5d. In the wage of 1 roofer roofing the said Henhouse for 3 days 3d. and he was at the manorial table.  In the wage of 1 man plastering the wall of the Henhouse and repairing the foundation of the wall of the grange for beans peas and vetches for 6 days 6d. and he was at the manorial table.  In 5 bs. of coarse salt bought 13d.  In 2½ bs of fine salt bought for expense of the house and for the Dairy 8d.  In 3½ qtrs of oats to make meal 5d.  In the wage of 1 cooper for 2 doles 1 pipe 1 Vat and 1 barrell and rebinding [and] repairing other vessels for 2½ days 2d. and he was at the manorial table.  In 18 bands bought for repairing the said vessels 4d.  In 10 measures of hemp cloth bought for 1 cloth 2s.6d.  at 3d. per measure.  In 5 measures of hemp cloth for making 1 Sheet for winnowing 12½d. at 2½d. per measure.  In 12 measures of coarse cloth for making 4 sacks 2s.3d. at 2¼d. per measure.  In coarse fibre bought for the sacks ½d.  In binding and repairing several books for the church of Portsea 2s.2d.  In the wage of 1 carpenter for 18 days making 2 new pens for oxen and 2 new pens for Ewes 18d. [at] 1d. per day and he was at the manorial table.  In collecting 5200 sheaves of bound straw for the roofing of buildings 6s.6d. that is 1½d. for 100.  In 1 Scoop bought for necessity of fire and water 6d.  In 2 baskets bought for carrying grain 9d.  In repairing 2 locks of the grange and In 2 nails for fixing the same 5d.  In 2 empty doles bought 4s.  In 1 sieve and 2 Riddles bought 3d.  In 2 wooden muckrakes bought 2d.  In 20 dishes and plates and 12 bowls bought 7d.  In making 2 pieces of iron for shovels 2 pieces of iron for forks and 1 piece of iron for spades from 14 lbs of the lord’s own iron 5d.  In 17 perches of ditching and planting around the new Curtilage next to the demesne grange 2s.10d. at 2d. per perch.  In planting thorns and stripping[22] and collecting for the same 4d.  In 1 mortar bought 7d.  In 1 qtr of hemp seed bought for sowing 3d.  In 17 women hired for ½ day after lunch to prick beans after they were sown 4¼d.  In sterilising 12 male and female piglets 1d.  Given to John Suarel the lord Prior’s pledge for a Fine in the Court of Sir R. de portes’[23] for calves imparked in the grain of the said Sir R. in the time of John de Harewoll’ then serjeant 6d.  In 1 lock bought for the garden gate 1½d.   In making 1 new tripod from 23 lbs of the lord’s own iron 5d.  In whittawing 1 affer’s hide for harness 7d.  In pasture bought for oxen at Newlands in summer 6s.8d.  Item In pasture bought for the same from Herbert atte yerd 4s.6d.  In pasture at Newlands bought for the lambs after weaning 4s.1d.  In 4 earthen jugs and 2 bowls bought for carrying water in harvest 3d.  In cutting down 6 cartloads of verses at Newlands for Harvest 12d.  In sawing 2 tables for feasting 2d.[24] Paid for repairing Portsmouth mill 16d.

                                                Total 65s. 103/4d.

Cost of the fold and dairy  The same accounts For 1 pot and 1 qtr of Tarpitch bought for treating ewes 7d.  In 3 lbs of grease bought for the same 6d.  In washing and shearing 135 sheep é7ùd.[25] In washing and shearing 53 lambs éùd.[26] In 1 measure of linen cloth bought for the Dairy 3d.  In 1 new stoup bought 3d.  In 3 earthen pots bought for the same 1¼d.  In rennet bought 1½d.

                                                Total 2s. 7¼d.

Threshing of grain  The same Accounts For 212 qtrs 7 bs. of wheat and 8 qtrs 2 bs. of rye threshed ad tascham 36s.10¼d. at 2d. per qtr.  In threshing 169 qtrs 2 bs. of barley 15½ qtrs of dredge 6 qtrs 6 bs. of beans and 10 qtrs 5 bs. of peas ad tascham 16s.10d. at 1d. for a qtr.  In threshing 68 qtrs 2 bs. of oats ad tascham 2s.10d. at ½d. for a  qtr.

                                                Total 56s.6¼d.

wages of the famuli The same Accounts In the wage of 1 Carter per annum 5s.6d.  In wages of 2 ploughholders and 1 driver of the horse plough for the same Time 15s.9d. and each of them takes 5s.3d.  In wages of 2 drivers for the same time 9s. and each of them takes 4s.6d.  In wages of 1 shepherd 1 cowherd 1 Dairy assistant and 1 swineherd for the same time 14s. and each of them takes 3s.6d.  In the gift of the said famuli on Christmas and Easter days 8d.

                                                Total 44s. 11d.

Weeding of grain The same accounts In 108 men hired for weeding grain as for 1 day 6s.5d. of whom 100 each of them 3/4d. per day and 8 each of them for ½ day after lunch ¼d.  In 6 Wodhokes bought 1d.

                                                Total 6s. 3d.

[Expe]nse of the serjeant  The same Accounts In expense of Br Nicholas le faukenir the serjeant 1 hayward a groom of the said serjeant and several workers and other visits from Wednesday next after the feast of St Bartholomew up to Sunday next after the feast of St James the Apostle for 47 weeks and 4 days as in drink and relish bought 53s.3d. éit is allowed to him because it is his first yearù[27]  In 12 lbs of tallow bought for candles 15d. at 1¼d. per lb.  In the clothing of Br N. le faukenir for Michaelmas and Easter terms 10s.  In 1 pair of shoes bought for the same 2s.  In éthe wageù[28] of William Somer from Michaelmas up to Easter 12d.  In parchment bought to make the account 3d.  In the service of the Clerk writing and ordering the account per annum 3s.  In a gift made to Ralph le Bule for collecting Rent of Portsmouth 5s.6d.  In a gift made to the Bailiff of Portsdown for Courtesy 18d.  Given to the marshall of Wickham for service rendered 18d.

                                                            Total 79s. 3d.

                                    Total of All necessary Expense £34 113/4d.

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[Expense] of the lord The same Accounts In expense of the Prior and his retinue[29] when he was at Portsmouth for a loveday between him and John de Horsham[30] by 1 tally against John  his chamberlain 4s.93/4d.  In 4 lbs of wax  bought and sent to the house for the lord Prior’s Chamber by 1 tally against the said John 2s.8d. at 8d. per lb.  In 33 lbs of paris Candles [bought] and sent to the Chamber of the same by the same tally 5s.6d. at 2d. per lb.  In napping 4 measures of the lord Prior’s cloth 2d.  In 3 gallons of wine bought and sent to the house for the lord Prior 12d.

                                                            Total 14s. 13/4d.

[Expe]nse ...  The same Accounts In expense of Br Isaac subprior Br J. de Leuynton’ Bailiff Br N. le faukenir and other visits on Wednesday on the morrow of the translation of St Swithun in the time when the same Br N. received the manor of Stubbington 16d.  In expense of Brs Henry de staunton’  Henry de dene and Mr Robert de Wanburgh’[31] for 1 visit in harvest 4d.  In expense of Br Isaac subprior Br Henry de Guldeford and John de Winterborn’ Clerk of the lord Archdeacon of Winchester staying for 1 day and night 2s.6d.  In expense of Br J. de Leuynton’ bailiff and Philip de Esteny[32] for 1 visit 6d.  In expense of the same and Br John de chalfonte Ralp le bole and other visitors for 1 visit 8d.  In expense of Br Isaac subprior Br Henry de Guldeford’ staying for 2 days and of Sir John vicar of Portsea Ralph le bole and other visits 2s.6d.  In expense of Br John de leuynton’ bailiff John beaumond Reginald stacy[33] and others with him when they were at Portsmouth before Sirs R.  de portes’ and John  de Bas’ for the 25th part 23d.  In expense of Thomas stak’ and John beaumond affeerors[34]of the 25th part and others staying with them for 1 night 20½d.[35]  In 1 lb of paris candles for use of the same bought at the same time 2d.  In expense of Br Robert de sancta Cruce Br Henry de staunton’ and Br John de leuynton’ bailiff for 1 visit 8½d.  In expense of Br John de chalfonte for 1 visit 2d.  In expense of Br Bartholomew [Friar] minor of Winchester and his companions for 1 visit 3d.  In  expense of  John prany Clerk[36] of the sheriff of Hampshire for 1 visit 8d.  Paid to John  de Horsham by the lord Prior’s order for peace made with him on a plea about ½a. which he claimed 13s.4d. éIn 14 measures of hemp cloth bought and sent to the house for the windmill 3s.6d. at 3d. per measure.  In 3½ lbs 1 qtr of metal bought and sent to the house to repair a water pipe 10d.ù[37]  In expense of Br Isaac subprior at Portsmouth for a meeting with Clement Clericus that he might withdrew the royal writ initiated against the lord Prior 7½d.

                                                            Total 27s. 4½d.

Livery The same Accounts éDelivered to the lord Prior for wine bought for him whilst he was Ill 12d.ù[38] 

Delivered to Br John de leuynton’ Bailiff by 1 Tally é£7 2s. 4d.ù[39]

                                                Total £7 2s. 4d.

                        Total of foreign expense, expense and livery £9 3s. 10¼d.

                        Total of All necessities foreign expense and livery £43 4s.10d. 

                        And thus are owed to the lord 64s. 43/4d. of which John de Harewell’                    bailiff of Stubbington is held to pay 16s. 73/4d. from his last account.                          And thus are owed clear in this year 47s. 9d.

                        And [the manor] is worth this year £94 9½d.

 

Stubbington Of the New Roll.      In the 9th Year of the reign of King Edward

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.............. prior without tally.  And for 109 qtrs 1 bs. of wheat of .....  And for 1 qtr 3 bs. 1 peck for Increase........ threshed ad tascham and by stackers in harvest by 1 tally against ........ of the same that is for 4 qtrs as above.

                                                Total 234 qtrs 3½ bs.

Of which in sowing over 51a. of land by 1 tally against William Somer 19 qtrs 1½ bs. that is at 3 bs. per acre plus overall ½ bs.  In the sower’s contract 1 bs.  In bread made in harvest for Br N. le faukenir the serjeant 1 hayward 5 Mounted foremen 1 reapreeve 1 Cook and baker 3 Carters hired with their own carts and horses 1 foot worker sitting at the manorial table under a certain agreement made by J. de [Harew]oll’ who was serjeant and of other visits from Wednesday on the morrow of the translation of St Swithun up to Wednesday next after [the feast] of St Bartholomew the Apostle for 6 weeks 4½ qtrs.  Item in bread made for expense of the said N. le faukenir his groom 1 hayward worker[s] canons on their visits and other visits from Wednesday next after the feast of St Bartholomew up to Sunday after the feast of St James the Apostle for 47 weeks and 4 days 9 qtrs. Delivered to the sacrist of Southwick for making oblations for Easter 1 bs.  éIn a gift of Br N. le faukenir to Ralph le Bole collecting the Rent of Portsmouth ½ qtr.ù[40]  In the lord Prior’s gift to Br Thomas de Ichen for his worker[s] 1 qtr.  éIn the gift of Br N. le faukenir to Walter beadle of the Hundred of Portsdown for the advantage[41]of the manor 2 bs.  Given to the marshall of Wickham for treating Sick horses 2 bs.ù[42]  Sent to the house to the granary by 1 tally against Br Nicholas de cheriton’ Cellarer 133 qtrs 2 bs.  In sale 61 qtrs 1 bs. In avantagium given for the same sale 1 qtr 7bs. that is 1 bs. for 4 qtrs.  In sale after the account 1 qtr.

                                    Total 231 qtrs 1½ bs.  And 3 qtrs 2 bs. of wheat Remain

                                    in the granary.

Rye The same r. a. for …8 qtrs 2 bs. of rye from tithe threshed ad tascham  of issue of the grange received by 1 tally against the said William.  And all is accounted In sale.

Barley éIt answers 4½  bs. 1 peck over doubling and a halfù[43]  The same r. a. for 1 bs. of barley received in the granary after the departure of John de Harewoll’ the prior’s serjeant.  And for 30 qtrs 1 bs. of barley from the demesne threshed  ad tascham of issue of the grange received by 1 tally against the said William.  And for 7½ bs. for Increase of the same that is from 4 qtrs as above.  And for 164 qtrs 2 bs. of barley from tithe threshed ad tascham and by stackers of issue of the grange received by 1 tally against the said William of which 25 qtrs 1 bs. threshed by stackers.  And for 5 qtrs 1 bs. for Increase of the same that is from 4 qtrs as above.

                                                Total 200 qtrs 4½ bs.

Of which In sowing over 32a. of land by 1 tally against the said William 20 qtrs that is 5 bs. per acre.  In bread made in harvest for 5 stackers and threshers 19 foot workers 1 Groom of Mounted foremen 1 carter of Moundsmere 1 carter of Prior’s Dean for 2 weeks and 102 men hired for reaping grain as for 1 day é8 qtrsù[44]Item In bread made after harvest for household expense from Wednesday next after the feast of St Bartholomew up to Sunday next after the feast of St James the Apostle for 47 weeks and 4 days 3 qtrs é2½ bs.ù[45].  In mixed grain as below for the livery of the famuli 38½ qtrs.  In livery of 2 threshers of Southwick for their wages in harvest by custom 6 bs.  éGiven to Ralph le Bole Clerk for collecting Rent of Portsmouth ½ qtr.ù[46]  Sent to the house to the granary by 1 tally against Br Nicholas de cheriton’ Cellarer 77 qtrs.  In sale 48 qtrs 7 bs.  In avantagium given for the said sale 1½ qtr that is for 4 qtrs as above.  In sale after the account 2 qtrs 7½ bs.

                                    Total 200 qtrs 4½ bs.  And equal.

Dredge The same r. a. for 15½ qtrs of dredge from tithe threshed ad tascham of issue of the grange received by 1 tally against the said William.  And he accounts All sent to the house for the granary by 1 tally against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer.  And equal.

Oats  éIt answers 5 qtrs 6 bs. above doubleù[47]The same r. a. for 43 qtrs of oats from the demesne threshed ad tascham of issue of the grange received by 1 tally against the said William.  And for 25 qtrs 2 bs. of oats from tithe threshed ad tascham of issue of the grange received by 1 tally against the said William.  And for 7 qtrs of oats from demesne for fodder for 18 oxen by estimate in sheaves from Christmas eve up to Monday in the feast of SS Tibert and Valerian for 16 weeks and they received each night 4 sheaves and 8 sheaves made 1 bs.

                                                            Total 75 qtrs 2 bs.

Of which In sowing 24½a. of land by 1 tally against William Somer 18½ qtrs that is 6 bs. per acre plus overall 1 bs.  In meal made for broth for the famuli per annum 3½ qtrs and so much this year for defect of the Curtilage.  In fodder of 2 Carthorses going to the harrow at spring sowing for 7 weeks 3 qtrs é1 bs.ù[48]that is ½ bs.  per night.  In fodder of 6 affers going to the horse Plough[s] and 2 affers going to the Harrow at the same sowing for the same time é5ù[49]qtrs 7 bs. that is 1 bs. 1 peck per night.  In fodder of the said 2 Carthorses and 2 affers going to the Harrow after lunch and before for 37 working days 2 qtrs 2½ bs. that is every day until 3 p.m. ½ bs. and so much this year in fodder because more was sown than last year.  In fodder of 18 oxen by estimate in sheaves as is recorded above 7 qtrs. In malt made for Harvest 2 qtrs.  In feeding 40 goslings in summer at times 2 bs.  In fodder of the horses of Br Isaac subprior Br W. de Wynton’ Br J. de Leuyngton’ bailiff and of other visitors at times 1 qtr.  Sent to the house for the granary by 1 tally against Br Nicholas de cheriton’ Cellarer 30 qtrs.  In sale after the account 4 qtrs.

                                                Total as above.  And equal.

Beans The same r. a. for 12 qtrs 6 bs. of beans threshed ad tascham and by famuli of issue of the grange received by 1 tally against the said William of which 6 qtrs threshed by famuli.  And for 3 bs. from Increase of the same that is for 4 qtrs as above.

                                                Total 13 qtrs 1 bs.

Of which in sowing 9½a. of land by 1 tally against the said William 7 qtrs 2 bs. that is 6 bs. per acre plus overall 1 bs.  In feeding sows and piglets at times in summer ½ bs.  In a gift of Br J. de Leuyngton’ Bailiff to Sir Baldwin de bello alnet’ 1 bs.  Sent to the house to the granary by 1 tally against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer 2 qtrs.  In sale 3 qtrs 5 bs.  In avantagium given for the said sale ½ bs.

                                                Total as above.  And equal.

Peas The same r. a. for 10 qtrs 5 bs. of peas threshed ad tascham of issue of the grange received by 1 tally against the said William.  And for 2½ bs. from Increase of the same that is for 4 qtrs as above.                                                  Total 10 qtrs 7½ bs.

Of which in sowing 9½a. of land by 1 tally against the said William 3 qtrs 5 bs. that is 3 bs. per acre plus overall ½ bs.  In fattening 24 pigs for the larder for 2 weeks for defect of pannage 2½ qtrs.  éIn feeding pigs in winter 6 bs.ù[50]  Sent to the house for the granary by 1 tally against Br Nicholas de cheriton’ Cellarer ½ qtr.  In sale 3½ qtrs.  In avantagium given for the said sale ½ bs.  In sale after the account 6 bs.

                                                            Total as above.  And equal.

Vetches  The same r. a. for 6 qtrs 6 bs. of vetches threshed by famuli of issue of the grange received by 1 tally against the said William.  And for 1½ bs. from Increase.

                                                            Total 6 qtrs 7½ bs.

And he accounts All in sowing 18½a. of land by 1 tally against William.  And equal.

Malt remaining  The same r. a. for 6 qtrs of malt of wheat barley and Oats remaining from last year in the granary.  And he accounts in ale made for expenses of the house in harvest all and [equal]

Item Malt The same r. a. for 2 qtrs of malt made above from Oats.

                                                And 2 qtrs of oat malt Remain.

Livery of the famuli The same r. a. for 38½ qtrs received above from Barley.  And for 1½ qtr of grain coming from tithe of Eastney mill.  And for 4 qtrs of grain received by purchase for the livery of the famuli.                         Total 44 qtrs.  Of which in payment made to famuli for their livery behind from last year 6½ bs.  In livery of 3 ploughholders and 3 drivers from Sunday next before the feast of St James the Apostle up to Sunday next before the feats of the same St James the Apostle per annum 29 qtrs 2 bs. and each of them takes 3 bs. for 4 weeks.  In livery of 1 shepherd for the same time 4 qtrs ½ bs. and [he] takes 2½ bs. for 4 weeks.  In livery of 1 cowherd 1 Dairy assistant and 1 swineherd for the same time 9 qtrs 6 bs. and each of them takes 2 bs. for 4 weeks.  In livery of 1 groom looking after the two-year old beasts in the forest at Newlands in summer for 4 weeks 1 bs.

                                                Total 44 qtrs.  And equal.

m. 2d

                                                STOCK

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

Affers The same r. a. for 5 affers remaining from last year.  And for 3 affers received by purchase.  Total 8.  Of which died of old age before Easter 1.  And 7 affers Remain.

Oxen  The same r. a. for 16 oxen remaining from last year.  And 5 added from steers.  And for 3 received by purchase.  Total 24.  Of which Died of sickness before Easter 2.  Sent to the house to the larder by 1 tally against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer 1.  In sale for old age by view of Br J. de leuynton’ bailiff 3.  Total 6.  And 18 oxen Remain.

Cows The same r. a. for 11 cows remaining from last year.  And for 2 added from heiffers.  Total 13. 

Of which In sale for old age before calving by view of Br J. de leuynton’ bailiff 1.  And 12 cows Remain.

Bull The same r. a. for 1 bull remaining from last year.  And 1 Bull Remains.

Steers/heiffers The same r. a. for 7 remaining from last year as two-year olds.  Of which added to oxen 5 and with cows 2.  And nothing Remains here.

Two-year olds  The same r. a. for 8 two-year olds remaining from last year as Yearlings.  And 8 two-year olds Remain of which 3 male and 5 female.

Yearlings The same r. a. for 8 Yearlings received from last year as calves after the departure of John de Harewoll’ the prior’s serjeant. 

Total 8.  And 8 yearlings Remain of which 3 male.

calves The same r. a. for 10 calves issuing from the said cows this year and no more because 1 cow was sold before calving and 2 cows were sterile.  Of which Died from sickness 2.  Sent to the house for the kitchen and delivered to Br Henry de … 1.  Item Sent to the house to the kitchen by 2 tallies against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer 2. Total 5. And 5 calves Remain.

Wethers  The same r. a. for 24 wethers remaining from last year.  And for 17 added from hoggs.  Total 41. 

Of which Died before shearing 2.  And 39 wethers Remain.

Ewes  The same r. a. for 82 ewes received after the departure of John, the prior’s serjeant.  And for 28 from hoggs.  Total 110.  Of which Died before shearing and after lambing 9.  Died after shearing 2.  Killed for expense of the house in harvest before shearing and lambing 4.  Killed for expense of the house in summer after shearing 1.  Total 16.  And 94 ewes Remain.

Tups The same r. a. for 2 tups received from Southwick about Michaelmas before shearing.  éof which 1 came from Boarhuntù[51]   And died before shearing 2.  And equal.

Hoggs The same r. a. for 55 hoggs remaining from last year as Lambs.  Of which Died before shearing 7 and after shearing 2.  Added to wethers 17 and to Ewes 28.  éIn sale after the accountù[52] delivered to the bailiff of Newlands 1 male.

                                                Total 55.  And nothing remains.

Lambs The same r. a. for 78 lambs issuing from the said ewes this year and not for more because 4 ewes were killed before lambing in harvest.   And for 5 lambs issuing from tithe of Eastney.  Total 83. 

Of which died before weaning 25.  Died after weaning and before shearing 2.  In the shepherd’s contract 1.  In a gift of Br J. de [leuyn]ton bailiff to St Mary 1.  In a gift of the same to Br N. le faukenir 1.

                                                Total 30.  And 53 lambs Remain.

Boars The same r. a. for 2 boars remaining from last year.  And 2 boars Remain.

Sows  The same r. a. for 4 sows remaining from last year.  And 1 adult sow received by purchase at the beginning of March.  And 5 sows Remain.

Pigs The same r. a. for 30 pigs remaining from last year.  And for 32 hogs added.  Total 62.

Of which died from sickness 12 ébecause of wormsù[53].  Killed for expense of the house in harvest é2ù[54] éso much allowed this year for  defect of stock of [last] yearù[55].  Killed for the manorial larder 4.  éKilled for expense of the house for the kitchen 1ù[56].  Sent to the house for the Larder by 1 tally against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer 20.  In sale after the account 3.

                                                Total 41.  And 21 pigs Remain.

Hogs The same r. a. for 32 hogs remaining from last year as piglets.  And added above to pigs 32.  And nothing remains here.

Piglets  The same r. a. for 11 piglets farrowed from 3 sows in September. And for 14 piglets farrowed from 3 sows in March.  And for 25 piglets of issue.  Total é50ù[57] Of which died from sickness é14ù[58] In expense of Br Isaac subprior Br Henry de Guldeford’ and John de Winterborn’ Clerk of the lord Archdeacon of Winchester on 1 visit 1.  In expense of Br J. de leuynton’ bailiff Br J. de chalfonte and Ralph le bole Clerk 1.  Sent to the house to the kitchen by tally above for pigs against Br N. de cheriton’ 9.  In expense of Br William de Wynton’ 1.  In sale after the account 14.  Total é40ù[59] And 10 piglets Remain.

Geese  The same r. a. for 3 Geese and 1 gander remaining from last year.  And for 13 added from goslings.  Total 17. 

Of which In the custom of Ripgous 1.  In expense of the house in harvest 3.  In expense of Br Isaac subprior Br Henry de Guldeford’ and J. de Winterborn’ Clerk 2.  In expense of Br John de leuynton’ bailiff Br John de chalfonte and Ralph le bole Clerk 1.  [Sent] to the house to the Kitchen by 1 tally against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer 6.  Total 13.  And 3 geese and 1 gander Remain.

Goslings  The same r. a. for 13 goslings remaining from last year.  And for 22 goslings issuing this year.  And for 22 goslings received from purchase.  Total 57.  Of which Added above with geese 13.  Sent to the house to the kitchen by 1 tally against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer 4. Total 17.  And 40 goslings Remain.

Capons The same r. a. for 4 capons remaining from last year.  And for 44 capons made from chicks.  Total 48. 

Of which In expenses of Br Isaac Subprior Br Henry de Guldeford’ Sir J. vicar of Portsea and Ralph le bole Clerk 2.  In expense of Br Robert de sancta Cruce Henry de staunton’ and J. de leuynton’ bailiff 2.  In expense of Br John de chalfonte on 1 visit 1.  In expense of Br Simon and other visits 1.  In expense of Brs W. de Wynton’ and Henry de staunton’ when they were at Por[ts]mouth 1.  In expense éof Br N. le faukenir andù[60] Sir J. vicar of Portsea and Ralph le bole Clerk for 2 visits 2.  In expense of the hayward and reapreeve 1.  Sent to the house to the kitchen by 1 tally against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer 12.  Total 22.  And 26 capons Remain.

m.3d

Hens The same r. a. for 2 cocks and 9 hens remaining from last year.  And for 18 added from chicks.  Total 29.  Of which Died 2.  In expense of Br N. le faukenir and other visits at times 6.  In expense of Br Isaac Sub[prior] Henry de Guldeford’ Sir J. vicar of Portsea and Ralph le bole Clerk 2.  in expense of Thomas stak’  John Bea[umond] Affeerors of the 25th part and others staying with them for 1 night 3.  Sent to the house to the Kitchen by tally above for Capons 4.

Total 17.  And 12 Cocks and Hens Remain of which 3 cocks.

Chicks The same r. a. for 22 chicks remaining from last year.  And for é54ù[61]chicks issuing from the Hens.  And for 56 chicks ... 

Total é132ù.[62]

Of which Died at times 20.  In expense of the house because of several visits at times 6.  In making capons above 4[4. Added] with hens 18.  In sale after the account 24. Total é112ù.[63]  And 20 chicks Remain.

Cheeses remaining  The same r. a. for 66 cheeses remaining from last year.  Of which In expense of the familia sitting at the manorial table in harvest .... which weighed 18 claves.  In expense of Br Nicholas le faukenir 1 hayward Canons on their visits and other visits .... weighing 6 claves 5 lbs.  Sent to the house by 1 tally against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer 19 which weighed 13 claves ...

                                                Total 66 cheeses And nothing Remains.

Harvest Cheeses The same r. a. for 55 cheeses coming from the Dairy which began to be made on Thursday next after the feast of the Translation of St Swithin to be made for Monday in the feast of St Michael each day counted that is for 35 days they made daily 1 cheese and for 40 days … 1½ cheeses.  Of which In expense of the house from the end of harvest up to ... 5 claves 1 lb. 

Sent to the house by 1 tally against Br Nicholas de cheriton’ Cellarer 43 which weighed ... claves 1 lb.

                                                Total 55 cheeses.  And equal.

Winter cheeses  The same r. a. for 10 winter cheeses  made at times after Michaelmas of which In expense of Br Nicholas le faukenir J. .... [Ca]nons on their visits and other visits at times 8.  In ex[pense of John beamond Reginald stacy and others when they were .... Richard de Portesye and John de Bas’[64] for the 25th part 2.  Total 10.  And nothing remains.

Summer cheeses.  éA cow Answers for 17d. and a ewe for 1d.ù[65]  The same r. a. for 67 cheeses coming from the Dairy which Began to be made in the Ides of April and finished being made on Saturday in [St Peter] in Chains each day counted that is for 23 days they made each day 1 cheese and for 88 days they made each [day] [½ cheese] Of which In expense of Br Nicholas le faukenir 1 hayward workers and other visits in summer 10 which weighed 2 claves ... éby the bailiffù[66]To Clement Clericus 1 which weighed 2 lbs.  In a gift of the same[67]to Ralph le bole clerk for collecting Rent [of Portsmouth] 1 which weighed 2 lbs.  In a gift of the same to Br John de Heyling’ 1 which weighed 2 lbs.  Sent to the house by 1 tally against Br N. de cheriton’ Cellarer 9 which weighed 5 claves 3 lbs.

                                                Total 22.  And 45 cheeses weighing

                                                20 claves 2 lbs Remain.

Butter  The same r. a. for 2 claves 4 lbs of butter coming from issue of the Dairy.  Of which In expense of the house in summer 1 clave 5 lbs.  In greasing a cart 4 lbs.  Total 2 claves 2 lbs.  And 2 lbs of butter Remain.

Hides  The same r. a. for hides of 2 oxen and 2 calves which all died as above of which To the tannery for making Collars 2 calfhides.  In sale 2 oxhides.  Total 4 hides.  And nothing Remains.

Large fells  The same r. a. for fells of 2 wethers 9 ewes 2 tups and 7 hoggs which all died before shearing.

                                                Total 20 fells.  And all are accounted for

                                                In sale.  And equal.

Small fells  The same r. a. for fells of 4 ewes killed in harvest and for 1 fell of a ewe killed for expense of the house in summer.  And for fells of 2 ewes and 2 hoggs which died after shearing.  Total 9.  And all are accounted for In sale.  And equal.

Lambfells  The same r. a. for fells of 25 lambs which died before weaning.  And for  fells of 2 lambs which died after weaning and before shearing.  Total 27 fells.  Of which Sent to the house for the lord Prior 6.  éDelivered to the bailiff 22ù[68] éAnd 21 lambfells remainù[69]....

Fleeces  The same r. a. for fleeces of 22 wethers 67  ewes 46 hoggs issuing at shearing and not for more [because] 2 ewes and 2 hoggs lost their fleeces.  Total 135.  And all sent to the house by 1 tally against Br Nicholas de [che]riton’ Cellarer which made 14 claves.  Total as above.  And equal.

a fleece éAnswers [for] 3d. less overall 7d.ù[70]

Locks The same r. a. for[71]

Lambswool  The same r. a. for fleeces of 53 lambs issuing at shearing.  And all in sale which made 18 lbs.

Tithe wool  The same r. a. for 2 claves 4 lbs of [adult] fleeces issuing from tithe of Eastney.  In sale 2 claves 4 lbs.  And equal.

Pig carcasses  The same r. a. for 1é½ù[72] pig carcasses received after the departure of John de Harewell’ who was serjeant.  And for 4 carcasses above placed in the larder this y[ear].  Total 5½ carcasses. Of which In expense of the house in harvest 1½ carcasses.  In expense of Br Nicholas le faukenir 1 hayward workers and other visits from Martinmas up to the feast of St James the Apostle 2½ carcasses.

                                                Total 4 carcasses.  And 1½ carcasses Remain.

Eggs The same r. a. for 400 eggs coming from issue of hens.  Of which In expense of the house 200 eggs.  Sent to the house and ...... from the same 200 eggs.  Total 400 eggs.  And nothing remains.

Cider  The same r. a. for ½ pipe of cider coming from issue of the garden this year.  And for 2 doles of cider received from purchase ...

Total 2 doles and ½ pipe.  Of which in expense of the house and In making up the said 2 doles of cider ½ pipe of cider.

                                                Total ½ pipe.  And 2 doles of cider Remain.

Remain in the manor from last year Dead Stock that is 5 ploughs of which 1 weak 3 pair of iron 25 lbs of iron 4 harrows ... of the new harrow made this year. Item 3 carts bound with iron and 1 cart bound with iron newly made this year.  Item 1 cart with wooden .... bought this year and 2 tumbrels for muck and 2 tumbrels made this year.  Item 4 cart saddles and 1 pair of  saddle pads bought this [year] 5 old collars and 2 new collars.  Item 2 new collars bought this year 2 pair of old traces and 3 new pair of traces.  Item 2 old ropes and 2 new ropes 1 fork for sheaves.  In the granary 1 wooden bushel ... for measuring grain 7 sacks of which 3 weak and 4 sacks newly made this year. 1 old linen sheet and 1 linen sheet newly made this year that is from 9 measures of coarse cloth remaining from last year and 5 measures bought for the same this year.  2 old baskets and 2 baskets for carrying grain bought this year.  1 seed basket 3 Sieves and 3 Riddles and 1 Sieve and 2 Riddles bought this year 2 iron shovels and 3 iron shovels made this year.  Item 3 ... and 2 iron spades made this year.  Item 2 iron forks bought this year for muck.  Item 1 pickaxe and 1 axe.  Item 2 .... and 2 Tubs made this year from 1 old dole.  Item 1 tub 1 bucket for carrying water Item 1 empty dole and 1 pipe Item 2 empty doles bought this year.  Item 3 moulds for making cheeses of which 2 [are] weak.  1 bucket for milking cows.  Item 1 new stoop ... Item 1 large round pot 1 posnet and 1 round pail.  Item 1 iron pail  1 gridiron 1 handiron 1 mortar and 1 mortar bought this year and 1 pestle for the same 1 basin and 1 ewer and 1 hemp cloth and 1 cloth bought this year 1 silver goblet .... scoop ... Item 1 large table and 1 small table with 1 pair of trestles Item 2 new tables made this year.  Item 3 … In the serjeant’s chamber 1 chest.  Item 1 old ladder and 2 new ladders made this year and 3 bs. of meal which ... this year.  Item 1 new Vat made this year.

 

Of which In expense for repairing the ironwork of 3 ploughs 25 lbs of iron.  In wearing out of 1 bound cart and 1 tumbrel for muck  Item 5 old collars.  Item 2 pair of saddle pads.  Item 2 pair of traces 2 old ropes  2 old sacks and 1 old linen sheet.  Item 2 grain baskets and 1 seed basket  Item 2 Sieves and 1 Riddle  Item 1 shovel and 2 spades with iron for the same  Item 1 old dole used up in making Tubs.

                                                And all the other dead stock  In stock

 

Stubbington                                        Of the New Roll



[1]  3s. cancelled, 19s. superscript.

[2]  The earliest charter attested by him in the cartularies is for 1295: Southwick Carts, II, p. 375 (III, 918).  He was of Portsmouth.

 

[3]  Added.

 

[4]  Added.

 

[5] The amount is erased and 1 overwritten.

[6] Sic

[7]  Cancelled.

 

[8] 163/4d. cancelled.

[9] Sic.

[10] 2s. cancelled.

[11]  Superscript.

 

[12] ad mensam.

[13]  Cancelled.

 

[14]  Altered from 253.

[15] 63s.5½d. cancelled.

[16]  Cancelled.

 

[17]  Added.

 

[18] 4 cancelled.

[19]  Superscript.

 

[20]  Superscript.

 

[21]  These are likely to be tithe collectors.

[22] triturando -- literally threshing or thrashing.

[23]  Sic.

 

[24] Presumably for a large gathering at the manorial table.

[25] 9 cancelled.

[26] 4d. cancelled.

[27]  Added.

 

[28]  Cancelled.

 

[29] Curiously the servile sequela is used.

[30]  Burgess and bailiff of Portsmouth; his earliest attestation in the cartularies is when he was bailiff in 1304/5: Southwick Carts, II, p. 379 (III, 925).

 

[31]  Possibly the Official of the Bishop of Winchester: Southwick Carts, I,pp.  215-16 (III, 70) and II, pp. 186-8 and 509-10 (III, 509-10).

 

[32]  He attested a charter dates 1286: Southwick Carts, I, p. 159 (I, 198).

 

[33]  A juror in 1303 and 1308: Southwick Carts, I, pp. 188 (II, 40a) and 288 (II, 202).

 

[34] taxatores.

[35]  A 25th was granted in 1309: G.L. Harriss, King, Parliament and Public Finance in Medieval England to 1369 (1975), p. 107.

 

[36]  Possibly John  Prany who had died by 1313: Southwick Carts, I, pp. 137 and 177-8 (I, 187; II, 18).

 

[37]  Cancelled.

 

[38]  Cancelled.

 

[39] Altered from £6 18s.

[40]  Cancelled.

 

[41] proficuum.

[42]  Cancelled.

 

[43] Respondet .iiij. bus. dim. et .j. pek plus duplo et dimidio.  Added.

[44] 10 qtrs 1 bs. cancelled.

[45]  Cancelled.

 

[46]  Cancelled.

 

[47] Respondet .v. qr .vj. bus. plus se altero.  Added.

[48] ½ bs. cancelled.

[49] 7 cancelled.

[50]  Cancelled.

 

[51]  Superscript.

 

[52]  Cancelled.

 

[53]  Superscript.

 

[54] 4 cancelled.

[55]  Added.

 

[56]  Cancelled.

 

[57] 25 cancelled.

[58] 4 cancelled.

[59] 15 cancelled.

[60]  Superscript.

 

[61] 20 cancelled.

[62] 98 cancelled.

[63] 78 cancelled.

[64] These two names are in the ablative.

[65]  Added.

 

[66] Br Nicholas le faukenir cancelled.

[67] Sic.

[68] Altered from 21 and all these words superscript.

[69]  Cancelled.

 

[70]  Added.

 

[71] MS blank.

[72]  Superscript.