**WCM 15380 1287-1288**

**Account of
Peter de Colne[1] for the manor of Stubbington from St
Peter in Chains 15 Edward [I] to the said feast of St Peter in Chains 16 Edward
[I] for a whole Year.**

** **

**Rent of assize** The same R. A. for 27s.7¼d. from all rent of assize of Kingston per Annum. And for 7s.10d. from rent of Buckland per
annum. Total 35s. 5¼d.

Of which Delivered to Sir Richard *de portesie* for rent 5s. Item to John *de Grangia* for rent of the tenement *le pipere* 20d. To John *le Wite* of Portsmouth for rent 2½d. Item to Hugh *le mercir*[2] for rent of the tenement *le scinnere* 2d. Item to Gilbert H. [for] rent 1d. Item to Richard *Bauchif*[3] ^{3}/_{4}d. Total
7s. 2¼d.

Item In lapse of the tenement once *le pipere* 4s. In lapse of the tenement once *le
scinnere* which is empty 13d. Item
In lapse of the te[enement] of Robert *le
bucke* 8d. Total 5s.9d.

Total of both 12s.11¼d. And 22s.6d. remains Clear.

**Issues of the
Manor** The same R. A. for 6s. from 1 Heiffer
sold. And for 13s. from 7 pigs
sold. And [5s.]11½d. from 22 lbs of
lambswool sold at __3¼d. per lb.__
And for 2s.6d. from 10 lbs of tithe Wool s[old] __at 3d. per lb.__ And for 2s.6d. from stubble sold. And for 12d. from small tithes.

Total 30s. 11½d.

**Wheat sold** The same R. A. for 40s.
from 12 qtrs of Wheat sold at __3s.4d.__ per qtr. And for 151s.10½d. from [50] qtrs 5 bs. of Wheat sold at 3s. per
qtr. And for 111s. from 41 qtrs 5 bs.
of Wheat sold at __2s.8d. per qtr.__

**Rye **And for 28s.7d. from 12 qtrs
2 bs. of rye sold __at 2s.4d. per qtr.__

Total 104 qtrs 2 bs. of Wheat and 12
qtrs 2 bs. of rye sold.

Total of cash £16 11s. 5½d.

**Barley sold** The same R. A. for 19s.10d. from 8½ qtrs of barley sold __at
2s.4d. per qtr.__ And for £6 15s.3d.
from 67 qtrs 5 bs. of barley sold __at 2s. per qtr.__ And for 33s.4d. from 20 qtrs of Oats sold __at
20d. per qtr.__

Total 76 qtrs 1 bs. of barley and 20
qtrs of Oats sold.

Total of cash £9 8s. 5d.

**Beans peas and
vetches sold** The same R. A. for 8s.11½d. from 5 qtrs 3
bs. of Beans sold at __20d.__ per qtr.
And for 44s.[6d.] from 33 qtrs 3 bs. of Beans sold at __16d. per qtr.__ And for 17s.11d. from 10 qtrs 6 bs. of peas
sold at [20d.] per qtr. And for 18s.5d.
from 17 qtrs of peas sold at __13d. per qtr__. And for 15s. from 10 qtrs of vetches sold at __18[d]. per qtr__. And for 5s.6d. from 4 qtrs 1 bs. of vetches
sold at 16d. per qtr.

Total 38 qtrs 6 bs. of beans 27 qtrs
6 bs. of peas

and 14 qtrs 1 bs. of vetches

Total of cash 110s. 3½d.

Total
of all Receipt clear £34 3s. 7½d.

**Expense of
Ploughs** In 1 Horse Bought for a Plough 10s. Item In iron bought for the same 2s.8d. In 2 pair of wheels bought for the same
6½d. In making 1 small Plough and
repairing other ploughs and making Harrows 8d.
In shoes and Nails for Horses carts and affers In Harvest and for the whole year 10s. In the smith’s wage for making ironwork for 3 Ploughs for the
whole year and for shoeing Horses 4s.

Total 27s. 10½d.

**Carts** In Clouts and Nails bought for carts for the whole year 18d. In repairing carts at times 6d. In making 3 pair of traces and 1 for the pit
from own [material] 3d. In the
marshall’s work for sick Horses of Canons 12d.
Item in 300 Carthorse nails bought 3^{3}/_{4}d.

Total 3s. 6^{3}/_{4}d.

**Cost of
Harvest** In
reaping 54 measured acres and 1 measured rood of wheat *ad tascam* 31s.6d. at __7d.__ for an acre. In reaping 108a. of all Grain *ad tascam* 58s.6d. __at 6½d. for an
acre.__ Total £4 10s. Item In
bread bought for defect of the miller 2s.
In ale bought 2s. In Meat bought
4s. In herring and fish bought 6s. In Tallow for Candles and for greasing carts
12d. In a gift in portions for the good
men reaping in harvest 2s.6d. In Gloves
for Mounted foremen 12d. Total 18s.6d. Item In Relish for 5 stackers for 6 weeks
3s.9d. to each __1½d.__ per week.
Item In Relish for 21 foot workers for 4 weeks 7s. to each __1d. per
week__. In Relish for 15 foot workers
for 1 week 15d. Item In Relish for 6
foot workers for 1 week 6d. Item In
Relish for 6 *famuli* for 8 weeks 6s.
to each __1½d.__ per week. Item In
Relish for 3 lesser *famuli* for the
same time 2s. to each __1d.__ per week.

Total
20s. 6d.

**Harvest wages** In wages of 5 Mounted foremen in Harvest 25s. Item In wages of 6 carters hired for the
whole harvest 30s. Item In wage of 5
stackers 12s.6d. Item In wages of 21
foot workers 31s.6d. to each __18d.__
Item In wages of 1 Hayward and baker 4s.

Total
103s.

Total
of all harvest In gifts £11 12s.

**Item wages** In wages of 6 *famuli *for
Michaelmas term 18s. to each __3s.__
Item In the wage of 1 shepherd for the same term 2s.6d. Item In wages of 1 cowherd 1 swineherd and 1
baker for the same term 6s. __to each 2s.__ Item In wages of 1 carter 2
Ploughmen for the terms of Christmas
Easter and Nativity of St John the Baptist 7s.6d. to each __per term
10d__. Item In the wage of 1 driver
of the Horse Plough for the said 3 terms 2s.3d. __9d.__ per term. Item In wages of 2 drivers of the ox Plough
for the same time 4s. to each per term __8d.__ Item In wages of 1 shepherd 1 baker 1 cowherd and 1 swineherd for
the same time 6s. to each per term __6d.__
Item In gifts for the said *famuli*
at Christmas and Easter terms 10d.

Total
47s. 1d.

**Necessary
expenses** In roofing the Hall Granges Oxhouse and the
great door *ad tascam* for 5 days
10d. Item In wages of 2 men for making
the wall of the Horsepond out of stone for 13 days at the lord’s manorial table
2s.8½d. to each __1¼d.__ per day.
Item In the wage of a Carter for making a certain pale above the said
Horsepond and for enclosing the pit and for repairing the Granary for 12 days
at the lord’s manorial table 12d. In a
bowl bought in harvest 6d. In a certain
basket bought for carrying grain 3½d.
In other baskets bought 2d. In 6
Sieves bought and other Sieves repaired 6d.
Item In grease bought for scabby ewes 9d. In a certain lock bought for the solar 2d. Item In repairing the lock of the Grange
1½d. In shovels and spades bought with
iron for the same 6d. In mowing 15
cartloads of Gorse 22½d. __1½d.__ for a cart. In whittawing 2 Horse and ox Hides 8d. In whittawing 2 yearling Hides 2d. Item In 1½ bs. of hemp Seed bought 6d. In a certain Kiln bought for drying malt 3½d. In making é8ù[4]Hurdles for the fold
3d. In 9 geese bought 14d. Item In 7 geese bought 8½d. Item In making 50 perches of ditch from new
5s.2½d. __1¼d.__ for a perch. Item
In 14 perches 10½d. ^{3}/_{4}__d. __for __a perch__. Item In 5 perches 12½d. __2½d.__ for a
perch. In plants bought for planting
the said ditches 6d. Item In Enclosing
the said ditches with an Enclosure at the lord’s manorial table for 7 days 7d. In planting beans 10d. Item In breaking clods on lands for barley
seed 14d. In repairing vines 12d. Item In weeding grain 4s.

Total
28s. 4½d.

**Item Expense** In expense of Peter *de Culne* John *Caluwe* and workers as it is aforesaid and many visits per annum
20s.

Total
20s.

**Threshing** In threshing *ad tascam* 332½ qtrs of Wheat and 12 qtrs
2 bs. of rye 57s.5½d. __2d. for a qtr__.
Item In threshing *ad tascam*
311 qtrs 7 bs. of barley 61 qtrs 5 bs. of Beans 27 qtrs 6 bs. of peas and 30
qtrs 1 bs. of vetches 35s.11¼d. __1d. for a qtr__. Item In threshing *ad tascam*
147 qtrs 5 bs. of oats 6s.1^{3}/_{4}d. __¼d. for a qtr.__ In
Help for winnowing the said grain per annum 2s.

Total
100s. 18½d.

**Dairy** In 2 Moulds bought for
making Cheeses 4d. In Linen cloth
bought for the same 2½d. In earthen
pots and bowls bought for the same 2½d.

Total
9d.

**Livery** Delivered to the lord prior
by 2 tallies £9 2s. Item Delivered to
the same lord prior when he visited the Queen without tally 4[s.] Item Paid for
ale bought at Southwick by the lord prior’s order 3s.4d.

Total
£9 9s. 4d.

**Livery** Paid for an old debt as is
shown in last year’s Account 11s.7½d.
Item Delivered to William *Benet*
by the lord prior’s order for an old debt from the time of Br Roger then
Bailiff 9s.3d. by 1 tally. Item
Delivered to J. *Faber* for an old debt
of the time of W.*Galiot* by order of
the same lord prior 21d.

Total
22s. 7½d.

**Foreign
Expense** In
Expenses of the lord prior for his one visit before Christmas 12d. Item In
expenses of the same after Christmas for 3 days 3s.6d. Item In expenses of the same at the
beginning of Lent[5]for 2 days
for[6]the
lord prior of God’s House and other Burgesses of Portsmouth and other
neighbours 7s.3d. Item In expenses of
the same in Lent on his one visit 2s.6d.
Item In bread and wine bought and sent to the lord Archdeacon 9d.

Total
15s.

Total
of all Expense and Livery £34 8s. 1^{3}/_{4}d. And thus the expense is in excess [by] 4s.6¼d. And he will Acquit the lord of all debts
touching this current Account.

The
manor of Stubbington is worth this year less necessary expenses £68 18s. 9½d.

**m.1d** **Issue of the Grange of Stubbington**

**[Wheat]**[7] The same R. A. for 171 qtrs
6 bs. of issue of tithe Wheat threshed *ad tascam* by 5 tallies. And for 7 qtrs 7 bs. of issue of tithe Wheat
threshed by *famuli* in harvest. And for 160 qtrs 6 bs. of Issue of Demesne
wheat threshed *ad tascam* by 5
tallies.

Total
340 qtrs 3 bs. of wheat.

Of which In sowing 61 measured Acres 22 qtrs 7 bs. __3
bs. per Acre__. Item In delivery to
the house by 1 tally 200 qtrs. In bread
made In harvest 5 qtrs. Item In bread
made after harvest for Peter *de collne*
J. *calewe* workers and visits per
annum 5 qtrs. In malt made for harvest
3 qtrs. Item Delivered to the sacrist 1
bs. In the reapreeve’s Custom 1
bs. In Sale 104 qtrs 2 bs.

Total
340 qtrs 3 bs. And nothing remains.

**Rye** The same R. A. for 12 qtrs 2 bs. of issue of tithe rye threshed *ad tascam* éby 2 talliesù[8] of which all In sale.

**[Bar]ley **The same R. A. for 3 qtrs of
barley remaining. And for 209 qtrs 2
bs. of issue of tithe barley threshed *ad
tascam* éby 9 talliesù[9]. And for 11 qtrs of tithe barley threshed by *famuli* in harvest. And for
102 qtrs 5 bs. of issue of Demesne barley
threshed *ad tascam* by 4
tallies. And for 1 qtr of barley coming
from the tithe of Copnor mill.

Total
326 qtrs 7 bs. of barley.

**é****… almost to
the 4th****ù****[10]** Of which In sowing 26 qtrs 1 bs.
In delivery to the house by 1 tally 165 qtrs. In bread made in harvest 20 qtrs. Item In bread made after harvest for the workers harrowers per
annum 3½ qtrs. Item In Livery to the *famuli *30 qtrs. Item In malt made for harvest 3 qtrs. In the reapreeve’s Custom 1 bs. Item In sale 76 qtrs 1 bs. In *auantagium*
to the merchants 3 qtrs.

Total
326 qtrs 7 bs. of barley. And nothing remains.

**Oats **The same R. A. for 42 qtrs
of Issue of tithe Oats threshed *ad tascam*
éby 2 talliesù[11]. And for 12 qtrs of tithe Oats by estimate in sheaves. And for 105 qtrs 5 bs. of issue of Demesne
Oats threshed *ad tascam* by 4
tallies. And for 18 qtrs of Demesne
Oats by estimate in sheaves.

Total
177 qtrs 5 bs. of Oats.

**é****… to the
fourth****ù****[12]** Of which In sowing 20 qtrs.
Item Delivered to the house by 2 tallies 70½ qtrs. In meal made for the whole year 6 qtrs. In fodder of Horses of the lord prior and visits 2 qtrs. In fodder of affers In winter at sowing time
for 7 weeks 7 qtrs. Item In fodder of 6
affers in the time of summer sowing[13]
for 7 weeks 12 qtrs for 1 week 1 qtr 6
bs.[14] Item In fodder of carthorses per annum
after harvest 6 qtrs. Item In fodder of
the Archdeacon’s Horses 4 bs. In malt
made for harvest 3 qtrs. In fattening
geese for the convent for Pentecost 5 bs.
Item In fodder of Horses In harvest by estimate in sheaves both from
tithe and Demesne 15 qtrs. Item In fodder of 19 oxen by estimate in Demesne
sheaves from Christmas up to Easter in sowing time 13 qtrs. Item In fattening 1 ox and For calves and
other weak animals in winter by estimate 2 qtrs. Item In sale 20 qtrs.

Total
177 qtrs 5 bs. And nothing remains.

**Beans** The same R. A. for 2 qtrs of Beans remaining. And for 61 qtrs 5 bs. of issue of Beans
threshed *ad tascam* by 4 tallies. Of which In sowing 10 qtrs. Item Delivered to the house by tally 11½
qtrs. In fattening pigs 3 qtrs. In livery for the *famuli* 3 bs. In sale 38
qtrs 6 bs. Total 63 qtrs 5 bs. of Beans
and nothing remains.

**Peas** The same R. A. for 1 qtr of peas remaining. And for 27 qtrs 6 bs. of issue of peas
threshed *ad tascam* by 3 tallies. And for 5½ qtrs threshed by *Famuli*.
Total 34 qtrs 2 bs. of peas.

Of which In sowing 2½ qtrs. In Fattening pigs 1½ qtrs. In delivery
to the house 2 qtrs. In broth
for the *Famuli* 4 bs. In Sale 27 qtrs 6 bs. And
nothing remains.

**Vetches** The same R. A. for 3 qtrs
of vetches remaining. And for 30 qtrs 1
bs. of issue of vetches threshed *ad
tascam* by 3 tallies. And for 3 qtrs
of vetches threshed by *Famuli*. And for 24 qtrs by estimate in sheaves.

Total
60 qtrs 1 bs. of vetches.

Of which In sowing 11 qtrs 1 bs. In delivery to the house 3 qtrs. Item In Livery for the *Famuli* 7 qtrs é7ù[15]bs. To Horses and oxen and other animals by
estimate 24 qtrs. In sale 14 qtrs 1 bs. And nothing remains.

**Mixed grain of
the Livery** The same R. A. for 30 qtrs of barley
received for the Livery of the *famuli*. And for 7 qtrs 6½ bs. of vetches for the
same.

Of which In livery of 1 carter 2 Ploughmen and 3
Drivers for 46 weeks 25 qtrs 7 bs. to each __3 bs.__ per month because they
received bread for 6 weeks in harvest.
Item In Livery of 1 Shepherd for
the same time 3½ qtrs ½ bs. __who takes per month 2½ bs.__ Item In livery of 1 Baker 1 cowherd and 1
swineherd for the same time 8 qtrs 3½ bs. to each __2 bs. per month__.

Total
37 qtrs 7 bs. And nothing remains.

**Stock**

**Carthorses** The same R. A. for 2 Carthorses remaining. And 2 Carthorses
remain.

**Affers** The same R. A. for 7 affers remaining. And for 1 affer bought.

Total 8 affers. Of which Died 1. And 7 affers remain of which 1 is Female and
is sterile.

**Oxen** The same R. A. for 19 oxen remaining. And for 3 added.

Total 22 oxen Of which sent to the house by 1 tally
4. Died 1. And 17 oxen remain.

**cows** The same R. A. for 13 cows remaining. And for 4 added. Total
17. And 17 cows remain of which 3
sterile.

**Bulls** The same R. A. for 2 Bulls remaining. And 2 Bulls remain.

**Steers/heiffers** The same R. A. for 8 from
last year as two-year olds. Of which
added to oxen 3 and added to cows 4. In
sale 1 Heiffer. Total 8. And nothing remains.

**Two-year olds** The same R. A. for 4 from last Year’s as Yearlings. And 4
two-year olds remain.

**Yearlings** The same R. A. for 9 Yearlings from last Year as calves. Of which Died 1. And 8 Yearlings remain.

**Calves** The same R. A. for 14 calves of issue of this Year. Of which Sent to the house by 1 tally
3. Died 1. Total 4. And 10 calves
remain.

**Wethers** The same R. A. for 8 wethers added from hoggs. And 8 wethers remain.

**Ewes** The same R. A. for 65 ewes remaining. And for 15 added from hoggs.

Total 80. Of
which Died before lambing 3. And 77
ewes remain of which 5 sterile through old age and 14 young sheep now added.

**Tups** The same R. A. for 1 tup remaining. And for 2 added. Total 3
tups. And 3 tups remain.

**Hoggs ** The same R. A. for 32 hoggs remaining from last Year as
Lambs. Of which Added to wethers 8 and
to tups 2 and to ewes 15. Died 7. Total 32.
And nothing remains.

**Lambs** The same R. A. for 58 Lambs of issue. And for 1 coming from tithe.
Total 59 Lambs. Of which In the
shepherd’s Custom 1. Died 5. Total 6 Lambs. And 53 Lambs remain.

**Pigs** The same R. A. for 104 pigs remaining. And for 20 added. Total
124 pigs.

Of which In delivery to the house by 2 tallies 41
pigs. In expenses of the house 3. Died
5. In sale 7 pigs.

Total 56. And 68 pigs remain of
which 8 sows and 3 boars.

**piglets** The same R. A. for 104 piglets of issue this year. Of which Added to pigs 20. Sent to the house by 1 tally 24 piglets. In
expenses of the house 6. Died 10. Total 60 piglets. And 44 remain.

**Geese **The same R. A. for 23 geese remaining. And for 19 of issue. And for 16 bought. Total 58 geese.

Of which Sent to the house by 1 tally 12. In expenses of the house In harvest and
visits per annum 6. Died 3 geese.

Total 21 geese. And 37 remain of which 5 old

geese and 3 ganders.

**Ducks** The same R. A. for 16 ducks remaining. And for 12 of issue.
Total 28 ducks. Of which Sent to
the house by 1 tally 8. In expenses of the house 2. Total 10. And 18 ducks
remain of which 4 old ducks and 2 drakes.

**Capons** The same R. A. for 5 Capons remaining. And for 12 Capons made.
Total 17 Capons. Of which In expenses
of the prior and visits 7 Capons. And
10 Capons remain.

**Hens** The same R. A. for 12 hens
remaining. Of which In expenses of the
lord Prior [and] Visits 6 hens.

And 4 hens and 2 cocks remain.

**Chicks** The same R. A. for 40 chicks of issue. Of which In Capons made 12.
In expenses of the house 5. In
expenses of ... 23. And nothing
remains.

**Cheeses **The same R. A. for 41
Cheeses remaining. And for 34 Cheeses
made from St Peter in Chains up to Michaelmas.
And for 20 Cheeses made from rewain after Michaelmas. Total 95 Cheeses. Of which Sent to the house by 1 tally 34 cheeses. In Harvest Expenses 49 Cheeses. Item In expenses of the lord prior and other
visits and the house per annum 12 Cheeses.

Total 95 Cheeses. And nothing
remains.

**Item Cheeses** The same R. A. for 111 Cheeses made from the Ides of April up to
St Peter in Chains. Of which Sent to
the house by 1 [tally] 50 Cheeses. Item
In a gift to and expenses of the Archdeacon 3 Cheeses. Item In expenses of the house 4 Cheeses.

Total 57 Cheeses.
And 54 Cheeses remain on the day of St Peter in Chains.

**Hides** The same R. A. for 1 Horse Hide 1 ox hide 1 yearling Hide and 1
calf Hide. Total 4 Hides. Of which In making a sack 1 ox Hide. Item In Harness made per annum the other 3
Hides. And nothing remains.

**Ewes’ fells** The same R. A. for fells of 10 ewes which died. All of which Sent to Br Adam. And nothing remains.

**Lambs’ [fells]** The same R. A. for fells of 5 lambs which died. All of which sent to Br Adam. And nothing remains.

**[Fleeces]** The same R. A. for 88 fleeces which contained 12 Claves. All of which sent to br. Adam by 1 tally.

**lambs’ fleeces** The same R. A. for 53 lambs’ fleeces which contained 22 lbs. All of which In sale. And nothing remains.

**Total of all issue of each type of grain 1009 qtrs 1
bs.**

** **

[1] He and his wife were legatees under the will
of William *Tinctor* in 1290 and they
gave a tenement in Southwick to the Priory 1280x1290: *Southwick Carts*, II, pp. 195 and 311 (III, 524 and 778).

[2] Bailiff of Portsmouth in 1277: *Southwick Carts*, II, p. 306 (III, 768).

[3] He held land in Portsmouth in 1272, but was
described as of Kingston: *Southwick Carts*,
II, pp. 285-6 and 325 (III, 733 and 806).

[4] Altered from 7.

[5]
*ad Carnepriuium*.

[6]
*Causa*.

[7] The *responsio* in the margin is
illegible.

[8] Superscript.

[9] Superscript.

[10] Added.

[11] Superscript.

[12] Added.

[13]
Sic -- *in tempore seminis estiualis*.

[14] Sic.

[15] Altered from 6.

[16] Added.

[17] Total sic.