WCM 15384                                                               [c.?1285]

View of account of Stubbington in the time of Br Nicholas from St Peter in Chains up to the feast of the blessed Nicholas Anno domini ......3rd

 

Rent of assize  The same R. A. for 28s.23/4d.  from rent of assize of Kingston and Buckland ...[1]   And for 15d. received from Warin mercator[2] of Portsmouth for the same term.                                                  Total 29s. 5[3/4d.]

Issues of the manor  The same R. A. for 10d. from the Hide sold of 1 cow which died.  And for 18d. from ...sold ... which died.  And for 11d. received from fells of 6 ewes Found there.  And for 6d. from fells of 3 ewes  ... sold.  And for 6d. from fells of 3 ewes killed for the larder.  And for 6s.8d. received from 16 lbs of wool ...2½d.  And for 16d. received from 4 lbs of wool sold from tithe of Eastney.  And for 12d. from linen ...   And for 3s. received from straw sold.                 Total 16s. 3d.

Wheat sold  The same R. A. for 40s. received from 8 qtrs of wheat sold at 5s. per qtr.

                                    Total 8 qtrs of wheat sold.

                                    Total 40s.

Barley sold  The same R. A. for 40s. received from 12 qtrs of barley sold at 3s.4d. per qtr.  And for 4s.7[d.] [1 qtr] 3 bs. from tithe of the mill sold.

                                    Total 13 qtrs 3 bs. of barley sold

                                    Total 44s. 7d.

Rye sold  The same R. A. for 36s. 3½d. from 8 qtrs 3 bs. of rye sold at 4s.4d. per qtr.

                                    Total 8 qtrs 3 bs. of rye sold.

                                    Total 36s. 3½d.

Oats sold  The same R. A. for 9s.2d. from 5½ qtrs of oats sold at 20d. per qtr.  And for 10s. from 5 [qtrs of oats] at 2s. per qtr.

                                                Total 10½ qtrs of oats sold

                                                Total 19s. 2d.

Foreign receipt  The same R. A. for 50s. received from Clement Clericus of Portsmouth from loan.

                                                Total 50s.

                                    Total of all receipt  é£11 15s.ù [3] 9¼d.

Expense

Ploughs  In 1 new Plough made from own material 2d.  In other Ploughs repaired at times 2d.  In 2 harrows made from own material 2d.  [In] ... qtr of iron bought 9d.  In the smith’s work for arrears in the time of Robert de Charc 16d.  Item In the wage of the same in the time of Nicholas 16d.  In é1ù[4] affer bought 4s.

                                                Total 7s. 11d.

[Cost of] Carts  In 2 pair of wheels bought 3s.6d.  In Large Nails bought for the same bound with own old iron 3s.  Item for binding wheels 20d.  éItem In the wage of the sameù[5] smith.[6]  In making a New Cartbody from own material 3d.  In repairing 3 carts for harvest 5d.  In 2 Hemp Ropes from bought 9d.  In 44 clouts with nails for carts 22d.  In the smith’s work for shoeing Horses per annum 16d.  Item In 3 Ropes bought for tying horses 6d.

                                                            Total 13s. 3d.

Cost of buildings  In ½ qtr of Lime bought é3d.ù[7]  In pegs bought 1½d.   In Roofing the stone Grange ad tascam 9d.  In Roofing other buildings with thatch 8d.  In thatch collected for the same and for the Grange of Porchester 2s.3d.   In 2 locks bought for the doors 5d.  In other locks bought for buildings 2d.  In 2 Nails bought for the Cellar and Wardrobe 2d.  In 1 Chain made for the well from own material 4d. 

                                                Total 5s. 1½d.

August  In ½ qtr of barley bought for harvest 2s.  In bread bought for the whole harvest 12d.  In ale bought 18s.  In wine bought for Sir Richard de portesie and other visits 6d.  In wine bought for the lord Prior on his visits ...d.  In cod and other fish bought for the whole harvest 3s.6d.  In 5000 herring bought for the whole harvest 16s. [of which] 3000 were bought for 9s. and 2000 for 7s.  In meat bought 8d.  In reaping 4a. of land in putcroft ad tascam [20]d. at 5d. for an acre.  In reaping 5a. of land In Brodecroft ad tascam 2s.3½d. at 5d. for an acre.[8] In ... reaping grain for 26 days at the manorial table 63s.7½d.  In 2 carts hired for the whole harvest 10s. ...  [In] other carts hired by the day when the work was there 3s.6d.  In wages of 4 Mounted foremen 20s.  In wages of 5 stackers 12s.6d.  In wages of 21 foot workers 31s.6d.  In wages of a Hayward and baker ... s.  In Gloves for Mounted foremen 12d.  In Gifts to those reaping spiritedly in the Field 2s.  Item In Relish for famuli for 8 weeks 6s. each takes 1½d.  Item In Relish of 1 Shepherd 1 cowherd 1 swineherd for the same time 2s. each takes 1d.  In the wage of Roger Lonedrim stacker 20d.

                                                Total £10 3s. 5d.

small [expenses]  In 7 Birds bought 10d.  In 28 geese chicks bought 3s.6d. at 1½d. a head.  In 39 hen chicks bought 12d.  In 2 New sacks bought for seed 8d.  In 5 other new sacks bought for stock 20d.

                                                Total 7s. 8d.

Dairy  In 2 measures of linen cloth bought 5d.  In 2 earthen pots and jug bought for the Same 1½d.  In 3 new sieves bought 2¼d.  In repairing other sieves at times 1d.

                                                            Total 93/4d.

Foreign [expenses]  In bread bought at Portsmouth and sent to the house in the time of Br W. Brian cellarer 8s.  In bread bought there and sent to the house in the time of R. de sancta fide then cellarer 8s.  In ale bought there and sent to the house in the time of the same 9s.1d.  Item in 3 Gallons of wine bought and sent to the House to the lord Prior’s Chamber 10½d.

                                                            total 25s. 11½d.

Threshing  In 80 qtrs of wheat threshed ad tascham 13s. é4d.ù[9] at 2d. for a qtr.  In 8 qtrs 3 bs. of rye threshed ad tascham 16½d. at 2d. for a qtr.  In 33 qtrs of barley threshed ad tascham 2s.9d. at 1d. for a qtr.  In 20é½ù[10] large qtrs threshed ad tascham 20½d. at 1d. for a qtr.

                                                Total 19s. 2d.

m.2

Delivered to Sir Richard de Portes’ for rent of Stubbington 5s.

Delivered to J. le Draper for rent of Simon de Gatecumbe 20d.

Delivered to Br Henry de Farleg’ receiver of Rent from Kingston and Buckland 20s.4d. by tally.

Delivered to the same for Grain sold 14s.2d. by tally.

                                                Total 41s. 2d.

                                    Total of all expense and livery

                                    £16 5s. 53/4d.

                                    And thus are owed £4 9s 7½d.

m.1d

                                                Issue of the Grange

[The left margin is completely lost here]

[Wheat] [The same r.] A. for 22½ qtrs of issue of tithe wheat by tally against J. Calewe.  And for 26½ qtrs of tithe wheat [against] Richard Hoymoy.[11]  And for 86 qtrs 3 bs. of demesne wheat threshed ad tascam by 2 tallies.  And for 1 qtr bought ...  And for 3 qtrs 2 bs. threshed by famuli of the demesne.

                                                Total 139 qtrs 5 bs.               Of which In sowing 31 ... by tally.  Sent to the house by 3 tallies 88 qtrs 7 bs.  In gift to the vic[12] by the lord Prior’s order 1 qtr ...  In Harvest 3 qtrs.  Item in bread made for Br Nicholas and Galiot[13] from Michaelmas up to ... 1½ qtr.  In sale 13½ qtrs.

                                                Total 139qtrs 5 bs and equal.

[Rye] [The same] R. A. for 8 qtrs 3 bs. of all Issue of Rye.  Of which all In sale. 

[Barley] [The same] r. A. for 64 qtrs of tithe barley of issue against J. Calewe.  And for 17 qtrs from tithe against Richard Hoymoy .... in harvest.  And for 33 qtrs from tithe against Galiot threshed ad tascam.  And for 6 qtrs é7 bs.ù[14] threshed by the famuli And for 1 qtr [from] Tithe of the mill of R. lumppe.  And for 3 bs. received from the mill of Sir Richard de portesie.  And for 4 bs. of barley bought for harvest.      

                                                            Total 122 qtrs 6 bs.

[Of which] Sent to the house by 2 tallies 55 qtrs 1 bs.  In bread made for harvest 30 qtrs.  Sent to Boarhunt [by] tally 4 qtrs.  In livery of 2 carters 2 Ploughmen 2 Drivers from Sunday before the feast of St Dunstan to St Peter in Chains 4 qtrs 2½ bs.  each Takes 3 bs. per month.  In livery of 1 shepherd for the same time 6½ bs. who takes 2½ bs. per month.  In livery of 1 cowherd 1 swineherd and 1 dairy assistant for the same time 2 qtrs To each 2 bs. per month.  In livery of 2 carters [2] Ploughmen 2 Drivers from Sunday next before the feast of St Matthew up to St Stephen’s day 7 qtrs 7 bs. they took as above.  [I]n livery of 1 shepherd for the same time 9 bs.  In livery of 1 cowherd 1 swineherd and 1 Dairy assistant for the same time 2 qtrs 5 bs.  In bread made 1½ qtr.  In sale 13 qtrs 3 bs.

                                                Total 122 qtrs 6 bs and equal.

[Oats] The same r. a. for 6½ qtrs of oats by tally against J. Calewe.  And for 10½ qtrs by tally against hoymoy.   And for 41 qtrs by tally against Galiot.  And for 6 qtrs threshed by the familia.  Total 64 qtrs of oats.

Of which In meal made 3 qtrs.  In fodder of horses In harvest 2 qtrs.  Sent to the house by tally against W. Charite 44 qtrs.  Item delivered to Simon stake[15] by order of the lord Prior and Isaac the bailiff 4 qtrs.  In fodder of the lord prior’s horses on his visits 4 bs.  In sale 10½ qtrs.

                                                Total 64 qtrs and equal.

[Horses]  The same r. a. for 2 Carthorses Found there.  Total 2 Carthorses.  And 2 Carthorses remain.

[Affers]  The same r. a. for 8 affers Found there.  And for 1 taken from Newlands.  And for 2 bought of which the other bought In the last view of account.    Total 11 affers of which 3 female of which Died 1 and 10 remain.

[Foals]  The same r. a. for 1 foal of one year.  And of 1 of issue.  Total 2 foals and female.  And 2 female foals remain.

[Oxen]  The same r. a. for 19 oxen found there.  And for 3 added from steers.  Total 22 oxen.  Of which Died 1 ox.  Sent to the house 2 oxen.  Total 3 oxen.  And 19 oxen remain.

[Cows]  The same r. a. for 13 cows Found there.  And 2 added from Heiffers.  And for 1 bull. Total 15 cows and 1 bull.  Of which Died 1 cow.  Sent to the house 1 cow.  Total 2 cows.  And 13 cows and 1 bull remain.

[Steers/heiffers] The same r. a. for 7 of last year as two-year olds of which 3 male and 4 Heiffers.  Total 7.  Of which added to oxen 3.  Added to cows 2.  Total 5.  And 2 heiffers remain.

[Two-year olds]  The same r. a. for 11 two-year olds of last year as yearlings of which 3 male.  Total 11 two-year olds.  Of which Died at Crofton 4.  Sent to the house 2.  Total 6.  And 5 two-year olds remain.

[Yearlings]  The same r. a. for 12 yearlings of last year as calves.  Of which Died 1.  And 11 yearlings remain.

c[alves]  The same r. a. for 10 calves of issue Because 3 cows were sterile.  Of which Died 3.  And 7 calves remain.

w[ethers]  The same r. a. for [16]

e[wes]  The same r. a. for 86 ewes remaining.  And for 3 tups.  Of which 3 sterile.  Died before pregnancy 3.  Sent to the house 6.  To the Larder there 3.   Total 12 ewes.  And 74 [ewes] and 3 tups remain.

H[oggs] The same r. a. for 54 hoggs remaining of last year as lambs.  Of which Sent to the house ébefore shearingù[17] 51.  Died 3 ébefore shearingù[18].  And nothing remains.

[La]mbs  The same r. a. for 71 Lambs of issue of the said ewes Because 3 [ewes] sterile and 12 were disposed in costs before pregnancy.   Total 71 Lambs.  Of which Died 5.  In the shepherd’s custom 1 Lamb.  Total 6.  And 65 lambs remain.

Pi[gs]  The same r. a. for 13 sows 2 boars remaining.  And for 29 pigs remaining.  And for 12 half-year old piglets remaining.  Total 56.  Of which Died 3 sows 5 pigs and 8 piglets.  Sent to the house 24.  In harvest expenses 2  To the larder there 2 pigs.

                        Total 44.  And 12 remain of which 8 sows and 2 boars.

[P]iglets The same r. a. for 22 piglets of issue of the said sows.  And 22 piglets remain.

Young piglets  The same r. a. for 32 young piglets of issue of the said sows.  And 32 young piglets remain.

[G]eese  The same r. a. for 8 geese and 2 ganders remaining.  And for 32 geese bought.  Total 42 geese.  Of which Died 17.   Sent to the house 12.  In harvest expenses 5 geese.  Total 34 geese.  And 6 geese 2 ganders remain.

Birds  The same r. a. for 8 Birds remaining.  And 8 Birds remain.

Capons  The same r. a. for 3 Capons 3 Hens and 1 cock remaining.  And for 18 Capons 18 hens 6 cocks and 6 chicks bought.  Of which Sent to the lord Prior’s Chamber 2 capons.  And 19 capons 21 hens 7 cocks and 6 chicks remain.

[D]oves  The same r. a. for 2é58ù[19] doves of all issue.  Of which Sent to the house by 2 tallies 166 doves.  to the lord Prior’s Chamber 62.  In harvest expenses 20.  In gift to the wife of R. de portesie 10 and nothing remains.[20]

[F]leeces  The same r. a. for 89 fleeces of the said sheep.  Of which In the shepherd’s custom 1 fleece.  Sent to the house 88 fleeces.

[F]leeces of lambs  The same r. a. for 65 lambs’ fleeces. Of which all In sale.

Horse hides  The same r. a. for the Hide of 1 Horse which died and was whittawed.  And it remains.

Item Hides  The same r. a. for the hide of an ox which died.  And sent to the house in the time of br H. de Elsefeld.

Item Hides  The same r. a. for the hide of a cow which died .  And of 4 steers/heiffers.  And a yearling hide.  And Hides of 3 calves which died.  Total 9 Hides.  Of which Tanned for harness for the house 1 yearling’s hide and 3 calves’ hides.  In sale 1 cowhide and 4 steers’/heiffers’ hides and equal.

Large fells  The same r. a. for fells of 9 ewes which died.  Of which all In sale.

Cheeses  The same r. a. for 118 Cheeses made from 8th of the Ides of April up to St Peter in Chains.  And for 28 days of failure because milk was used In harvest [costs] that is from St Peter in  Chains up to the Decollation of St John the Baptist.  And for 30 Cheeses.

m.2d                                        Total of Cheeses 148.   Total of days of milk 25.

Of which Sent to the house by 3 tallies 47 Cheeses.  In harvest expenses by tally against J. Calewe 80 Cheeses.  In Gift by Br J. Colewin’  then bailiff that is 2 to Bertram in the Prior’s name.  And to J. de Grangia 2.  Item In Gift of Br W. Brian then bailiff to Clement Clericus 2.  Item the Same by the lord Prior’s order 2.  Item to the Same by Gift of Br Isaac 1.  Item to Peter de Cu by Gift of Br N. for tending a vine 1.  To William de Midhurst 1.  In Expenses of the said Br N. and visits 5.  And 5 cheeses remain by the lord Prior’s order.  And equal.

Cheeses of Rewain  Item the Same r. a. For 27 Cheeses of Rewain in all.  Total 27 cheeses.

Of which in household expenses 5.   And 22 cheeses remain.                          And equal.

 

 

 

                                   

 

 



[1]  Here and elsewhere at the head of the membrane, the MS is torn.

 

[2]  Reeve and bailiff of Portsmouth (1274-7): Southwick Carts, II, p. 246 (III, 649, n.1).

 

[3]  The first part of the amount is heavily altered.

 

[4]  Possibly altered from 2.

 

[5]  Cancelled.

 

[6]  Sic.

 

[7]  Superscript.

 

[8] Sic: should be 5½d. per acre.

[9]  Superscript.

 

[10]  Superscript.

 

[11]  A Richard hoymoy held land in Southwick of the Priory in c.1248: Southwick Carts, I, p. 144 (I, 193).

 

[12]  Possibly the sheriff or the vicar.

 

[13]  William Galiot: see WCM 15380.  He appears to have been alive in the early 14th century: Southwick Carts, II, p. 121 (III, 344).

 

[14]  Superscript.

 

[15]  Floruit 1300-29: Southwick Carts, II, p. 533.

 

[16] MS blank.

[17]  Superscript.

 

[18]  Superscript.

 

[19]  Superscript.

 

[20]  Sic.