WCM 15381                                                                           1319-1320

 

Manor of Stubbington

Account of Thomas le Gray serjeant of Stubbington

from Monday next before Michaelmas 13 Edward II-

Michaelmas 14 Edward II for a Complete year by view of Henry Le Coupere granger there.

 

Rents of Kingston and Portsmouth from last year The same answers for é30s.63/4d.ù[1]received from Rent of Kingston for Michaelmas term last year less é6s.53/4d. because it could not be ascertained who owed whatù[2] lapse of the said rent.  And for é£4 19s. 10¼d.ù[3]received from rents of the same term at Portsmouth for the same year by 1 tally against Ralph le Bule clerk of the same.

                                                Total £6 10s. 5d.

Rent of this year for Kingston and Portmouth  The same answers for é30s. 63/4d.ù[4]  received from rent of Kingston for Michaelmas term this year less 6s.53/4d. for the reason as above.  And for é£4 19s.10¼d.ù[5]received from the rents of Portsmouth collected by Thomas the serjeant this year éand not more because several tenants in Portsmouth withhold 42s.10¼d. for this year as is shown in a certain schedule that isù[6] certain withhold their rent éfor the debt of Richard chaumponys and some have nothing by which they may be distrainedù[7]

                                                Total £6 10s.5d.

Issues of the manor The same answers for 12d. received from straw sold.  And for 2d. received from Hemp seed sold.  And for 20d. received from 2 horses agisted with the lord’s beasts in winter.  And for 3s. received from pasture next to the grain sold in several Places in summer.  And for 12d. from Linen coming from tithe at Eastney both from last year and this year sold as a whole.  And for 3d. received in cash[8] coming from small tithes of Wool and Lambs at Eastney.  And for 3d. received from tithes of Richard Wylesman there this year.

                                                Total 7s. 4d.

Sale of Stock The same answers for 2s.6d. received from 1 affer sold because old by order of Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff.  And for 6s.3d. received from 24 lambs’ fleeces sold issuing at shearing which made 2 claves 1 lb. at 2s.11d. per clave.  And for 9s. received from 3 claves ½ lb. of Wool issuing from Eastney sold at 2s.11d. per clave with overall ½d.  And for 11d. received from Milk of 1 cow which aborted, sold in Lent.  And for 20s. received from 7 hides and the hide of 1 cow killed sold at 2s.6d. per hide.  And for 12d. received from the hide of a steer/heiffer which died .  And for 6d. received from the hide of 1 calf which died issuing from stock of the reeve of Boarhunt.  And for 10d. received from 4 wethers’ fells and 1 ewe’s fell received from last year sold as a whole.  And for 16d. received from fells of 4 wethers which died before shearing, sold at 4d. per fell.  And for 12d. received from fells of 3 wethers killed in harvest and the fell of 1 ewe which died after shearing, sold.  And for 8d. received from 200 eggs sold coming from the issue of hens.

                                                Total 44s.

 Sale of Grain  The same answers for £12 2s. 6d. received from 43 qtrs 3 bs. of wheat sold of which 5 qtrs sold by view of Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff at  4s.8d. per qtr. 5 qtrs 7 bs. at 5s.4d. per qtr.  21½ qtrs at 5s.8d. per qtr. and 11 qtrs at 6s. per qtr.  And for 24s.4½d. received from 5 qtrs 5 bs. of rye sold at 4s.4d. per qtr.  And for £12 2s.7d. received from 71 qtrs 2 bs. of barley sold of which 5 qtrs sold by view of Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff at 2s.8d. per qtr 41 qtrs at 3s.4d. per qtr. 25 qtrs 2 bs. at 3s.8d. per qtr.  And for 5s. received from 2 qtrs of dredge sold  at 2s.6d. per qtr.  And for 111s.9½d. received from 38 qtrs of oats sold of which 13 qtrs 2 bs. at 2s.10d. per qtr and 24 qtrs 6 bs. at 3s. per qtr.  And for £4 17s.6d. received from 29 qtrs 2 bs. of beans sold at 3s.4d. per qtr. of which 12 qtrs were sold by view of Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff.  And [for] 53s. received from 19 qtrs 7 bs. of peas sold at 2s.8d. per qtr.  And for 20s.11¼d.  received from 8 qtrs 3 bs. of vetches sold at 2s.6d. per qtr.

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                                                Total £39 17s. 8¼d.

Sales after the account  From items sold after the account 6d.  Total 6d.

                                                Total of All receipt £55 10s. 4¼d.

 

Debts of last year paid that is to 6 Mounted foremen for their harvest wages behind from last Year 30s. to each of them 5s.  Item to 12 foot workers for the same 24s. to each of them 2s.  Item to 5 foot workers for the same 7s.6d. to each of them 18d.  Item to 1 Reapreeve and 1 Cook for the same 5s.  Item to 2 stackers for the same 6s.  Item to 2 stackers for the same 5s.  Item to 2 Carters hired on contract 16s.  Item paid for relish of famuli behind from last year’s harvest 8s.8d. that is to 3 Ploughmen and 3 drivers to each of them 12d. and to 4 lesser famuli to each of them 8d.  Item for the wages of 10 famuli for Michaelmas term last year 25s. that is to 3 Ploughmen and 1 driver of the horseplough to each  of them 3s.  Item to 2 ploughdrivers to each of them 2s.6d. and to 4 lesser famuli to each of them 2s.  Item paid to the wife of William de Hirtyngc’ for ale loaned from her for last year’s Harvest expenses16s.5½d.  Item to Matilda de Horsham[9] for the same 8s.  Item to Joan Widow of Le Hayward 3s.3d.  Item to Joan Aubrey for the same 8s.10d.  Item to the same for the lord Prior’s debt 16és.ù[10] Item to the wife of John Le Spicer for Candles 2s.11d.  In payment to Br John de leuynton’  acting in the Place of the serjeant éat Stubbingtonù[11] in harvest time last year 57s.1d. by tally.

                                                Total £11 19s. 8½d.

payment of last year’s rent  In rent paid to the lord King for several ten[ements] held from him within the Liberty of Portsmouth for Michaelmas term last year 36s.2¼d.  In 3 lbs of pepper bought and paid to the same for the same term 3s.4d.  In rent paid to Alice Loueraz[12] lady of Portsea for the land of Brochurst for the same term 5s.

                                                Total 44s.6¼d.

Rents paid this year  In Rents paid to the lord King for several tenements held from him within the Liberty of Portsmouth at Michaelmas term 36s.2¼d.  Item in 3 lbs of pepper bought and paid to the same for the same term 3s.6d. at 14d. per lb.  In rent paid to Alice Loueraz lady of Portsea for the land of Brockhurst 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.4d. at 7d. per lb.

                                                Total 47és.ù[13]0¼d.

Cost of Ploughs In 100 lbs of iron bought éiron boughtù[14]for ironwork of 3 Ploughs per annum and other necessities as is shown in the expenses below except for 25 lbs received from Last year 4s.2d.  Of which 8 lbs of iron remain after Michaelmas.  In the smith’s wage for repairing ironwork for the said Ploughs for the same time 3s.  In 2 iron plates and In 2 Long pieces of iron for Spikes made from the lord’s old iron 3½d.  In 2 new Ploughs bought 10d.  In the carpenter’s wage for 1 day for fitting out 2 old Ploughs 1½d. and he was at the manorial table.  In 1 pair of wheels bought 4d.  In metalling with iron 1 Beam for ploughs ½d.  In shoeing horses with nails bought for shoes of 3 Carthorses 6 affers and the serjeant’s horse per annum except harvest éwith the smith’s wageù[15] é10ù[16]s. and so much this year because of Carrying done several times outside the manor as is shown on the dorse of the roll in the fodder of oats éfor 2 horses more this year than last yearù[17].  In 9 halters made with 1 Bridle from 13 lbs of own hemp 3¼d. for making each lb. ¼d. 

                                                Total 19s.03/4d. 

Cost of Carts  In greasing 1 Cart three times 1 Cart twice and 3 Carts Once 8d.  In making 2 iron bands from the lord’s iron for hubs of 1 Cart 2d.  In making from the lord’s own iron 2 new Iron plates with 2 rings for hanging in the Harness 3d.  In lengthening 1 old fretted iron plate and In making from the lord’s iron 1 new treadband and mounting On 1 ironclad Cart 3d.  In 1 pair of Wheels for binding with bought iron 3s.  In 2 pair of large éwheelsù[18] bought 4s.  In 1 new binding bought with all iron belonging to the same 12s.0¼d.  In the smith’s wage for binding from new 1 pair of wheels 7d.  In 2 Lunces 2 iron bands for hubs and In Gropnail made from own iron for the same Cart 3d.  In 45 clouts bought for 5 carts 5s.é2½d.ù[19]at 1½d. each plus overall ½d.  In 500 cloutnails bought 7½d.  Item In making 100 cloutnails from the lord’s iron 1d.  In the carpenter’s wage for 2 days for repairing 2 old cartbodies and for wood for 1 Cartbody and for dressing 1 cartrail 3d. and he was at the manorial table.  In whittawed hide bought for harness 18d.  In Red Hide bought for the same 10d.  In 2 measures of hemp cloth for the same 7d.  In the saddler’s wage for 3½ days repairing old Saddle-pads and collars and for making 2 new collars 6d. and he was at the manorial table.  In 1 piece of wood for the cart saddle 3d.  In 11 lbs of Hemp bought to make ropes and traces 6d.  In making 1 new rope 5 pairs of traces and 1 parse together with a small rope for foot workers from 33 lbs of own hemp 8¼d.  for each task ¼d.  In floating the teeth of 2 horses because of old age 7d.  In 75 Carthorse shoes in harvest 3s.1½d.  Item In 5 horse shoes bought for the horse called scot 7½d.  In 1500 horse nails bought for the same 22½d. at 15d. per thousand.  In the smith’s wage shoeing Carthorses the serjeant’s horse from the Nativity of St John up to Michaelmas and for shoeing carthorses of Moundsmere and of Prior’s Dean at times in harvest 12d.  m.3  In shoeing Carthorses with the smith’s wage in harvest 6s.2d.

                                                Total 38s.  11½d.

Purchase of Stock  In 3 affers bought 47s.5d. of which 1 at 12s.6d. 1 at 14s.5d. and 1 at 20s.6d.

                                                Total 47s. 5d.

Repair of Buildings In the wage of 1 carpenter for 4 days repairing a wall of the Carthorses’s stable 4d. and he was at the manorial table.  In repairing the Roof of the solar sheepcote and henhouse ad tascham overall 3s.  In repairing the Roof of sties and 3 granges and the building beyond the gate ad tascham overall 2s.3d.  In roofing a sty anew ad tascham overall 15d.  In ... bought for Roofing a building 4d.  In repairing a close at the Door of the tithe Grange 1d.  In wages of a roofer and his groom for 1½ days for roofing on the Chancel of the church of Portsea 9d. and they were ad thascham.  In singelnail bought for the same 6d.

                                                Total 8s. 6d.

Necessary expenses In ½ qtr of coarse salt bought for the Larder 3s.6d. at 10½d. per bs.  In 3 bs. of coarse salt bought 17d.  of which 1 bs. at 8d. 1 bs. at 6d. and 1 bs. at 3d.  In 3½ qtrs of oats made into meal 7d.  In the wage of 5 .... for skinning and salting 5 oxen and 3 cows which were killed for fear of death 6d.  In ditching and planting 75 perches around the Grove by the lord Prior’s order 6s.3d. for each perch 1d. In ridging ad tascham overall 2s.6d.  In enclosing 68 perches of fencing above the said ditch 17d. that is for 4 per[ches 1d].  In 40 lbs of lead bought for making new pipework 15d.  In cleaning 1 new pipe 8d.  In putting the same in the oven 2d.  In making 1 new tripod from 14 lbs of bought iron 6d.  In metalling with iron the feet of 1 round pot that is from 26 lbs of iron bought earlier 6d.  In metalling with 4 lbs of iron bought earlier the feet of 1 round pot 2d.  In binding 1 old round pail with 6 lbs of iron bought earlier 3d.  In the wage of 1 Cooper for 1 day for Binding 3 Tubs together with 9 bands bought for the same 6½d.  In 1 new basket for carrying grain and 1 new wicker bread basket bought 11d.  In repairing an old Sieve and riddle 3d.  In 7 measures of hemp cloth for making 4½ sacks 2s.4d. at 4d. per measure.  In making the said sacks 1d.  In Sterilising 28 female piglets 7d.  In 1 piece of Wood for a shovel and 1 piece of wood for a fork bought 13/4d.  In iron bought for shovels 6d.  In a gift to the famuli at Christmas and Easter 8d.  In repairing a lock for the gate towards Kingston ½d.  In a hinge and bracket with staples bought for the pinfold gate 1½d.  In 6 women hired for 3 days for pricking in beans after Harrowing 13½d. each of them per day 3/4d.  In pasture bought for the Oxen at Newlands 6s.8d.  In pasture bought for 24 lambs at Boarhunt 2s.  In 2 lbs of Wax bought to burn before St Luke at seintdenys  for saving the lord’s beasts 14d.

                                                Total 36s. 93/4d.

Cost of the Fold and Dairy In 1 Gallon of tarpitch bought for treating ewes 9d. and 6 lbs of Butter from stock mixed with the same.  In washing and shearing 118 sheep 6d.  In Washing and shearing 24 lambs 2d.  In 1 bs. of fine salt bought for the dairy é3ù[20]½d.  In 1 measure of Linen cloth bought 3¼d.  In an earthen pot bought 1d.  In 1 new scoop bought 2d.

                                                Total 2s. 23/4d.

Threshing of Grain In threshing ad tascham 9 qtrs of wheat before Michaelmas last year 2s.3d. 3d. for a qtr.  In 189½ qtrs of wheat from demesne and tithe 14 qtrs 3 bs. of curall from demesne and tithe 50 qtrs  7½ bs. of newly-cut demesne grain and 5 qtrs 5 bs. of tithe rye threshed ad tascham 53s.2d. 2½d. for a qtr.  In threshing ad tascham 211 qtrs 3 bs. of barley 10 qtrs 3 bs. of barley of newly-cut grain and 14½ qtrs of dredge 29s.6¼d. 1½d. for a qtr.  Item In 36 qtrs of barley of newly-cut grain before Michaelmas 6s. 2d. for a qtr by view of Br J. de Leuynton’ Bailiff.  In 101 qtrs 1½ bs. of oats from demesne and tithe threshed ad tascham 8s.5d. 1d. for a qtr.   In threshing ad tascham 26 qtrs 1 peck of beans 23 qtrs 1 bs. of peas and 21 qtrs 6 bs. of vetches 11s. 93/4d. 2d. for a qtr.

                                                Total 111s. 2d.

Weeding and mowing  In weeding all types of grain ad tascham overall this year 4s.3½d.  In mowing and lifting the meadow atte hulle 18d.

                                                Total 5s. 9½d.

[Reaping] of Grain In 197 reapers hired for reaping grain as for 1 day 49s.3d. each of whom per day 3d.  In 137 reapers hired for the same as for 1 day 45s.8d. each of whom per day 4d.  In 120 reapers hired as for 1 day 19s.11d. each of whom per day 2d. less overall 1d. and all by tally [against] John de cheriton’ reapreeve.  In 35 men hired for binding Barley and Oats in the old Courtyard and for helping [with] peas and vetches after the said John’s departure as for 1 day 2s.11d. without tally.

                                                Total 117s. 9d.

Harvest Expense In expenses of Thomas le Grey serjeant 1 Granger 1 hayward 1 Cook and baker from Sunday next after the feast of St James up to Sunday next before the Nativity of the blessed Mary for 6 weeks 1 Reapreeve for 5 weeks 4 Mounted foremen for 6 weeks 2 mounted foremen  for 5 weeks 3 Carters hired by contract for the whole of harvest 1 Carter hired for 2 weeks 1 Carter from Moundsmere for 3 weeks 1 Carter from Prior’s Dean for 2 weeks 2 Carters from Southwick of which 1 staying for 5 days and 1 for 1 day 2 stackers for 6 weeks and 1 stacker for 5 weeks and 21 foot workers and 1 groom of a mounted foreman of which 19 staying for 6 weeks and 3 for 5 weeks and ... for harvest as in bread 7 qtrs of wheat and 6 qtrs ½ bs. of rye ... baked from stock.  In ale bought 19s.1d. [by view?] of John armiger.  Item In 1 pipe of cider bought except for 1 dole coming from Southwick 7s.  And moreover 7 qtrs baked of Malt of which 1½  qtr of wheat malt 2 qtrs of barley Malt and 4 qtrs of oat malt.  In Meat bought except for meat from stock 21 ... that is 3 wethers 2 piglets 5 geese and 2 pig Carcasses from stock.  In fish and herring bought 16s.73/4d. and 31 [Cheeses] and they weighed 8 claves 1 lb and 9 cheeses from tithe of Eastney [and] they weighed 4 claves 5 lbs.  In gifts to the Hayward Reapreeve and carters ... by several Places 22s.4d.  In Candles nothing because from tallow from stock.  In Gloves for 6 mounted foremen 12d.  In [Cart]Horse shoes through harvest 20d.  In relish for 3 ploughmen 2 ploughdrivers for 8 weeks 5s.  each of them takes 1½d. per week.  [I]n relish for 1 shepherd 1 dairy assistant and 1 swineherd for the same time 2s. and each of them takes 1d. per week. 

                                                Total £4 16s. 03/4d.

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Harvest Wages In wages of 5 mounted foremen for Harvest 25s. and each of them takes 5s.  In wages of 1 hayward 1 Cook and baker and 1 Reapreeve for the same time 7s.6d. and each of them takes 2s.6d.  In wages of 4 stackers and 4 threshers from Southwick for the same time 24s. and each of them takes 3s.  In wages of 21 foot workers and 1 groom of the mounted foremen for the same time 44s. and each of them takes 2s.  In 3 Carters éhiredù[21] with their own Carts and horses by contract 25s.  Item In 1 Carter hired for 2 weeks 3s.

                                                Total £6 8s. 6d.

Wages of the famuli In the wage of 1 Carter per annum 5s.6d.  In wages of 2 Ploughmen and 1 driver of the horse Plough for the same time 15s.9d. and each of them takes 5s.3d.  In the wage of 1 ploughdriver for the same time 4s.6d.  In wages of 1 shepherd 1 dairy assistant and 1 swineherd for the same time 10s.6d.  In the wage of 1 ploughdriver for Christmas term 8d. and then he left.  In the wage of 1 cowherd for the same term 6d. and then  he left.  In shoe-money for Henry le Coupere granger per annum 2s.

                                                Total 39s. 5d.

Serjeant’s expenses  In expenses of Thomas le Grey serjeant 1 granger workers and other visits from Monday next before Michaelmas last year up to Sunday next after the feast of St James the Apostle for 44 weeks as in drink and relish bought 40s.  In 6 lbs of paris Candles bought 12d.  In 1 horseshoeing bought for the serjeant 2s.  In the work of the clerk writing and ordering the account per annum 3s.  In parchment bought 3d.  In the wage of Ralph le Bule collecting rents of Portsmouth per annum 6s.8d.  In expenses of Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff on 3 visits 9d.  In expenses of Br John de Leuynton’ Bailiff and Richard the clerk with him to have a view of the stock 10d.

                                                Total 54s. 6d.

                                                Total of All necessary expenses £37 13s. 2¼d.

The lord Prior’s expenses  In expenses of the lord Prior and his entourage[22]on 1 visit before Lent.  In wine ale and meat bought 14d. and the rest from stock.  In expenses of the same on 1 visit in Lent 2s.5d. by tally against John armiger.  In expenses of the same another time in Lent 10½d.  In expenses of the same staying at ... of William de stedham.[23]  In wine ale ... herring bought 2s.11½d. without tally.  In a gift by the lord Prior ... 3d.

                                                Total 7s. 8d.

Foreign Expense In expenses of Br Henry de dene and Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff on 1 visit In bread ale and relish bought 6d.   In expenses of Br Nicholas de clare staying for 3 days 15d.  In expenses of Br John de Leuynton’ Bailiff staying at Portsmouth before the lord King’s clerk at Michaelmas In bread ale and meat bought 6d.  In expenses of 3 affeerors of the 18th part of the Hundred of Portsdown and Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff visiting on the same day In bread ale and meat 16d. and the rest from stock.  In Courtesy made to the same by order of Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff 2s.  In 1 man hired for loading carts from Stubbington with stone from Cam at Portsmouth 3 times 3d.

                                                Total 5s. 10d.

Delivery of cash  In Delivery to Br John Ymb[ol]d Bailiff £17 7s.3½d. by 1 tally.

In delivery to Br John de Leuynton’ Bailiff 70s.2d. by tally.

                                                Total £20 17s. 5½d.

            Total of Foreign Expenses and liveries together with

            payment of old debt and wages of  famuli for

            last year accounted above £35 15s. 2¼d.

            Total of each necessary Foreign expense and Livery £72 8s. 4d.

            And thus the expenses exceed the receipt [by] £17 18s.0¼d.

            And besides These he asks to be allowed arrears of two years of rent of             Kingston 12s. 11½d.  And for rent of Portsmouth for 2

            years £4 9s. 6d.  And thus £22 7s. 6¼d. are owed to the serjeant.

 

            And the manor is worth this year £79 5s. 1d.

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            Stubbington 13 Edward II for a whole year

                                    Issue of the Grange

Wheat And for 7 bs. of wheat received remaining in the granary by indenture.

The same r. a. for 93 qtrs ½ bs. of all issue of demesne wheat threshed ad tascham by 1 tally against Henry Le Coupere granger.  And for 2 qtrs 7 bs. 1 peck from increase of the same issue that is from 4 qtrs 1 bs.  And for 105 qtrs 1 peck of all issue of tithe wheat threshed ad tascham by 1 tally against the said Henry of which 9 qtrs were threshed before Michaelmas so that Thomas the serjeant came on Monday next before the said feast.  And for 3 qtrs 2 bs. 1 peck of increase of the same issue that is from 4 qtrs as above.  And for 50 qtrs 7½ bs. of issue of newly-cut demesne grain threshed by contract by 4 threshers from Southwick by 1 tally against the said Henry.   And for 1 qtr 4½ bs. from increase of the issue of newly-cut grain that is from 4 qtrs as before.

                                                Total 257 qtrs 5 bs. 1 peck.

Of which in sowing on 53a. of land 19 qtrs 7½ bs. by tally against the said Henry that is 3 bs. per acre plus overall ½ bs.   Which acres lie in La Methe Bradecroft JordanesLonde Wlircroft’ in le Estfeld.  In the sower’s agreement 1 bs.  In bread made for Thomas le Grey serjeant and Henry le Coupere granger Canons on their visits and other visits at times from Monday next before Michaelmas up to Sunday next after the feast of St James the Apostle for 44 Weeks 5½ qtrs éand so much this year because of the large number of visitsù[24] each week 1 bs.  In Malt made for Harvest 1½ qtr.  In bread made in harvest for Thomas le Grey serjeant 1 granger 1 hayward 1 Cook and baker from Sunday next after the feast of St James the Apostle up to Sunday next before the Nativity of the blessed Mary for 6 weeks 1 Reapreeve for 5 weeks 4 mounted foremen for 6 weeks 2 mounted foremen for 5 weeks 3 Carters hired by contract for the whole of Harvest 1 Carter hired for 2 weeks 1 Carter from Moundsmere for 3 weeks 1 Carter from Prior’s Dean for 2 weeks 2 Carters from Southwick that is 1 for 5 days and the other for 1 day 2 Stackers for 6 weeks 2 stackers for 5 weeks and 21 foot workers and the groom of the mounted foremen of whom 19 stayed for 6 weeks and 3 for 5 weeks and for other visits 7 qtrs.  Item In bread made for the said Thomas the serjeant and Henry the Granger from the said Sunday up to Michaelmas for 3 weeks 3 bs.  Given to Br Thomas de Rad’ granarer of Southwick for wheat borrowed from him in the time of R. chaunpenays at the beginning of harvest last year 2 bs.  Item to Robert Cureman for wheat borrowed from him in harvest last year 2½ qtrs by tally.  Item to Sir William vicar of Portsea for the same 5 qtrs by tally.  Item to William Hertynge for the same 8 qtrs 5 bs. by tally.  Item to Joan Aubrey for the same 1 qtr.  In the lord Prior’s gift to 3 threshers 1 bs.  In a gift by the same to Nicholas le porter 1 bs.  In a gift by the same to William Ryschemer 1 bs.[25]  Sent to the house to the granary and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 115 qtrs by tally.  Item delivered to the same of newly-cut grain before Michaelmas 45 qtrs by 1 tally.  In delivery to Br J. de Leuynton’ sacrist to make oblations for Easter 1 bs.  In expenses of the lord Prior and his entourage[26]attending the burial of W. de stedeham 1 bs. of newly-cut grain.  In sale 43 qtrs 3 bs.  In allowance for the said sale 1 qtr 2½ bs. 1 peck that is for 4 qtrs 1 bs.

                                    Total as above.  And nothing Remains.

Curall of wheat  The same r. a. for 6½ bs. of Curall received Remaining in the granary by indenture.  And for 11 qtrs ½ bs. 1 peck of all issue of demesne curall by tally above with wheat.  And for 2½ bs. 1 peck of increase from the same issue that is from 4 qtrs as above.  And for 3 qtrs 2 bs. 1 peck of all issue of tithe Curall by tally  above with wheat.  And for ½ bs. 1 peck of increase of the same issue.

                                                Total 15 qtrs 5 bs.

Of which Sent to the house and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 15 qtrs 5 bs. by tally.  And nothing Remains.

Rye  The same answers for 5 qtrs 5 bs. of all issue of tithe rye threshed ad tascham by 1 tally against the said Henry.  And for 1 bs. 1 peck of increase of the same issue.  And for 1 qtr of issue of tithe rye of newly-cut grain threshed before Michaelmas by tally against the said Henry without increase.

                                                Total 6 qtrs 6 bs. 1 peck.

Of which In mixture below with barley for baking in harvest 1 qtr.  In sale 5 qtrs 5 bs.  In allowance for the said sale 1 bs. 1 peck that is for 4 qtrs as before.

                                                Total as above.  And nothing Remains.

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Barley The same answers for 55 qtrs 3 bs. from all issue of demesne barley threshed ad tascham by 1 tally against the said Henry.  And for 1 qtr 5½ bs. 1 peck from increase of the same issue that is from 4 qtrs as before.  And for 156 qtrs of all tithe issue of barley threshed ad tascham by 1 tally against the said Henry the Granger.  And for 4 qtrs 7 bs. from Increase of the same issue that is from 4 qtrs as above.  And for 46 qtrs 3 bs. of issue of étitheù[27] barley of newly-cut grain threshed ad tascham and by 4 threshers from Southwick by 1 tally against the said Henry of which 10 qtrs 3 ébs.ù[28] were threshed by threshers from Southwick by contract and 36 qtrs ad tascham.  And for 1 qtr 3½ bs. from increase of issue of newly-cut grain.  And for 1 qtr received from rye above for baking.

                                    Total 266 qtrs 6 bs. 1 peck.

Of which in sowing on 42a. of land 26 qtrs 2 bs. by tally against the said Henry that is 5 bs. per acre.  Which acres Lie in the Fields of Beeston [Byesteton’] Groscrofte and in La yldecourt.  In mixture below for livery to the famuli 37 qtrs 7 ½ bs. 1 peck.  In bread baked for several expenses of the house from Monday before Michaelmas up to Sunday next after the feast of St James for 44 weeks 2 qtrs 6 bs.  ½ bs. each week.  In Malt made for harvest 2 qtrs.  éIn feeding 16 goslings in summer 1½ bs.ù[29] ébecause from oatsù[30].  In bread baked in harvest for 18 foot workers and 1 groom of the mounted foremen staying for 6 weeks and 3 foot workers for 5 weeks 2 stackers for 6 weeks and 2 stackers for 5 weeks 1 Carter from Moundsmere for 3 weeks 1 Carter from Prior’s Dean and 1 Carter hired for 2 weeks 5 qtrs 4½ bs.  Item In bread made for  famuli guarding grain by night in the Fields in harvest ½ qtr.  In bread made for expenses of the house after Harvest up to Michaelmas for 3 weeks 1½ bs.  In the lord Prior’s gift to threshers 1 bs. of newly-cut grain.  In payment to Sir William vicar of Portsea for barley borrowed from him in harvest last year 20½ qtrs by tally.  Sent to the house to the granary and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 60½ qtrs by 1 tally.  Item delivered to the same from Newly-cut grain 37 qtrs by tally.  In sale 71 qtrs 2 bs.  In allowance for the said sale 2 qtrs 1½ bs. that is for 4 qtrs 1 bs.

                                                Total as above.  And nothing Remains.

Dredge  The same answers for 14½ qtrs of all issue of tithe dredge threshed ad tascham by 1 tally against the said Henry.

Of which Sent to the house to the granary and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 12½ qtrs by tally.  In sale 2 qtrs.

                                                Total 14½ qtrs.  And nothing Remains.

Oats  The same answers for 79 qtrs 2½ bs. from all Issue of demesne oats threshed ad tascham [and] by the famuli by 1 tally against the said Henry of which 6 qtrs 3 bs. threshed by famuli.  And for 28 qtrs 2 bs. of all issue of tithe oats threshed ad tascham by tally against the same H. the granger.  And for 2½ qtrs for fodder for 9 oxen and 1 bull by estimate in sheaves.

                                                Total 110 qtrs ½ bs.

Of which In sowing on 24½a. of land 18 qtrs 3 bs. that is 6 bs. per acre.  Which acres Lie in La Puricrofte and in La yldecourt.  In meal made for broth for the famuli per annum 3½ qtrs.  In fodder for 3 Carthorses and 6 affers from Monday next after the feast of the Purification of the blessed Mary up to Saturday next before the feast of SS Tiburt and Valerian for 9 weeks and 5 days 6 qtrs 3 bs. taking each night ½ bs. 1 peck so much this year because of death of Oxen. In fodder of 9 Oxen and 1 Bull by estimate in sheaves 2½ qtrs that is from the eve of the Epiphany of the Lord up to Monday In the feast of SS Tiburt and Valerian for 14 weeks and 2 days taking each night 2 sheaves and 10 sheaves made 1 bs.  In malt made for harvest 4 qtrs.  In fodder for the horse of Br John Ymb[ol]d  bailiff on his visits 1 bs.  In fodder for the lord Prior’s horse on 3 visits 1 bs.  In fodder of Carthorses carrying stone which is called sclatt’ and provisions of the lord Prior’s food at Winchester 3 times 3 bs.  In fodder for the same carrying 1 dole of wine from Portchester to Westbury for Robert le Evor 1 bs.  In fodder for the same carrying 1 dole of wine from Southampton to Chanton for Sir J. de Sancto Johanne 3 bs.  In fodder for the same carrying wood from Newlands to Winchester for Robert de Thorncumbe 2 bs.  Sent to the house to the granary and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 35 qtrs 6 bs. by tally.  In feeding 16 goslings in summer 1½ bs.  In sale 38 qtrs.

                                    Total as above.  And nothing Remains.

Beans  The same answers for 39 qtrs 1 peck of all issue of demesne and tithe Beans threshed ad tascham and by famuli by 1 tally against the said Henry of which 13 qtrs threshed by famuli.  And for 1 qtr 1½ bs. 1 peck from increase of the same issue as above.

                                                Total 40 qtrs 2 bs.

Of which in sowing on 9a. 1r. of land 6 qtrs [7] bs. that is 6 bs. per acre less overall ½ bs.  Which acres lie in Margeriecrofte.  In fattening 24 pigs for the larder for 3 weeks after they came out of the wood 3 qtrs 1½ bs. 1 peck.  In sale 29 qtrs 2 bs.  In allowance for the said sale 7 bs. 1 peck that is for 4 qtrs as above.

                                                Total as above.  And nothing Remains.

Peas The same r. a. for 23 qtrs 1 bs. of all demesne and tithe issue of peas threshed ad tascham by 1 tally against the said Henry.  And for 5½ bs. 1 peck from increase of the same issue that is from 4 qtrs as above.

                                                Total 23 qtrs 6½ bs. 1 peck.

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Of which in sowing on 5½a. and 1r. of land 2 qtrs 1 bs. that is 3 bs. per acre less overall 1 peck.  Which acres Lie in Margeriecrofte and in 2 hammes  In feeding 15 pigs and 50 piglets both in winter and summer 1 qtr 2 bs.  In sale 19 qtrs 7 bs.  In allowance for the said sale 4½ bs. 1 peck.

                                                Total as above.  And nothing Remains.

Vetches  The same answers for 21 qtrs 6 bs. from all issue of demesne and tithe vetches threshed ad tascham by 1 tally against the said Henry.  And for 5 bs. 1 peck from increase of the same issue that is from 4 qtrs 1 bs.  

                                                Total 22 qtrs 3 bs. 1 peck.

Of which in sowing on 18a. of land 6 qtrs 6 bs. that is 3 bs. per acre.  Which acres lie in Margerie Crofte and in Ragyescrofte.  In [feeding] the same pigs and piglets both in winter and summer 1½ qtrs 1 peck.  Sent to Southwick and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 5½ qtrs by tally.  In sale 8 qtrs 3 bs.  In allowance for the said sale 2 bs.

                                                Total as above. And nothing Remains.

Malt The same answers for 1½ qtrs of malt made above from wheat.  And for 2 qtrs of Malt made above from Barley.  And for 4 qtrs of Malt made above from Oats.                            Total 7½ qtrs

And he accounts In ale brewed for expenses of  the house in harvest 7½ qtrs.  And nothing Remains.

Livery[31]The same answers for 37 qtrs 7½ bs. 1 peck received above from barley for the livery of the famuli.

                                    Total 37 qtrs 7½ bs. 1 peck.

Of which in livery for 3 Ploughmen and 2 plough drivers per annum of which each of them takes 3 bs. for 4 weeks 24 qtrs 3 bs.  In livery of 1 shepherd for the same time taking 1 qtr for 12 weeks 4 qtrs 2½ bs.  In livery of 1 dairy assistant and 1 swineherd for the same time of which each of them takes 2 bs. for 4 weeks 6½ qtrs.  In livery of 1 ploughdriver from Michaelmas up to Christmas for 12 weeks taking 3 bs. for 4 weeks 1 qtr 1 bs. and then he left because of the death of oxen.  In livery of 1 cowherd for the same time taking 2 bs. for 4 weeks 6 bs. and then he left because of the same murrain.  In livery of 1 groom looking after the cows and steers/heiffers for 12 weeks before Hockday 3 bs.  Item In payment to 3 Ploughmen for their livery behind by 1 week before Michaelmas last year 2 bs. 1 peck that is to each of them ½ bs. 1 peck.  Item to the shepherd for his livery behind for 3 weeks before the same feast in the said year 2 bs.

                                                Total as above.  And nothing Remains.

                                    Stock

Carthorses The same answers for 3 Carthorses received Remaining by indenture. And 3 Carthorses Remain.

Affers  The same answers for 5 affers received Remaining as before.  And for 3 affers received by purchase.

                                                Total 8.

Of which In sale because old by the Prior’s order to J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff 1.  And 7 affers Remain all male.

Oxen The same answers for 16 Oxen received by indenture.  And for 5 added from steers.  Total 21.

Of which died 4.  Killed for fear of dying 5.  Total 9.  And 12 Oxen Remain.

Bull  The same answers for 1 bull received by indenture.  Total 1.  And 1 bull Remains.

Cows  The same answers for 10 cows received as before.  And for 1 added from  Heiffers.  Total 11.

Of which died before calving 2.  Killed before calving for fear of dying 3.

Total 5. And 6 cows Remain.

Steers/heiffers  The same answers for 6 received by indenture as Two-year olds.  Of which to Oxen 5.  And to cows 1.  And nothing Remains here.

Two-year olds  The same answers for 6 Two-year olds received by indenture as Yearlings.  Of which died 4 all male.  And 2 Two-year olds Remain.

Calves The same answers for nothing this year from issue of calves because 5 cows were sterile and 1 aborted because of sickness 4 died with Oxen and 5 killed in the same manner.

Wethers The same answers for 89 wethers received by indenture.  Of which died before shearing 4.  Killed for expenses of the house in harvest after shearing 3.  Total 7.  And 82 wethers Remain.

Ewes The same answers for 28 ewes received as before.  And for 5 added from hoggs.  Total 33.

Of which died after shearing 1.  Total 1.  And 32 ewes Remain.

Hoggs  The same answers for 5 Hoggs received by indenture as lambs.  And added to  ewes 5.  And nothing Remains.

Lambs  The same answers for 23 lambs coming from issue of the Said ewes and not for more because 5 ewes were sterile.  And for 5 lambs coming from tithe of Eastney this year.  Total 28.  Of which Died before weaning 3.  In a gift by Br John de leuynton’ Bailiff to Thomas the serjeant 1.  Total 4.  And 24 lambs Remain.

Pigs  The same answers for 49 pigs received by indenture of which 3 boars and 6 sows.  And for 10 Hogs added.  Total 59.  Of which died 1.  Killed for the manorial Larder 3.  Sent to the house to the Larder and the kitchen and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 40 by 3 tallies of which 21 to the Larder of which 1 boar.

            Total 44.  And 15 pigs Remain of which 3 boars and 6 sows.

Hogs  The same answers for 10 Hogs received by indenture as piglets.  And he accounts Added to pigs 10.  And nothing Remains.

Piglets The same answers for 147 piglets coming from the issue of the said sows this year.  And for 4 piglets coming from tithe of Eastney this year.  Total 151.  Of which Given to the lord Prior for St Andrew 1.  Item to the swineherd 1.  Item to Henry the Granger 1.  Item to John armiger 1.  In expenses of the house in harvest 2.  In expenses of Br John de Leuynton’ Bailiff when he was at Portsmouth before the lord King’s clerk 1.  In the lord Prior’s expenses on 1 visit 1.  Sent to the house to the kitchen and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 69 by 2 tallies.

Total 77.  And 74 piglets Remain of which 28 from September 22 from June and 24 from August.

Geese  The same answers for 3 geese and 1 gander received as before.  And for 1 added from goslings.

            Total 5.  And 5 Remain of which 3  geese 1 Youngster and 1 gander.

Young Geese  The same answers for 3 Young geese received as before.  And for 16 goslings coming from issue this year.

Total 19.  Of which in the custom of Ripgous 1.  Added above to geese 1.  In expenses of the house in harvest 5.  In expenses of Br John Ymb[ol]d Bailiff and 3 Affeerors of the 18th part of the Hundred of Portsdown [1] In expenses of Br John de Leuynton’ Bailiff being at Portsmouth before the lord King’s clerk on St ...’s day ... Sent to the house for the Kitchen and delivered to Br Thomas de [Rad’] Cellarer 10 by 2 tallies.  .... Remain ...

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Capons The same answers for 10 capons received by indenture as before.  And for 24 capons made this year from chicks. 

Total 34.  Of which in expenses of the house in harvest 2.  In expenses of Br John Ymbold Bailiff 1.  In expenses of the same and of 3 affeerors of the 18th part of the Hundred of Portsdown 1.  In the expenses of Br John Ymb[ol]d Bailiff and Br Henry de dene on 1 visit 2.  In expenses of the lord Prior and his entourage on 2 visits 4.  Sent to the house to the lord Prior’s Chamber 2 without tally.  Sent to the house to the Kitchen and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 2 by 1 tally.

                                    Total 14.  And 20 Capons Remain.

Hens The same answers for 1 cock and 8 hens received by indenture.  Of which died 2 hens.  And 7 chickens remain of which 1 cock.

Chicks The same answers for é36ù[32]chicks coming from issue of the hens.  And he accounts made into capons 24.  And nothing Remains.  éIn sale after the account 12.ù[33]

Wool The same answers for fleeces of 85 wethers 28 ewes and 5 hoggs coming from shearing.

                                                Total 118.

éa fleece answers for 6¼d. less overall 2½d.ù[34]

And he accounts Sent to the house and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 118 fleeces which made 21 claves by tally.  And nothing Remains.

lambswool The same answers for 24 lambs’ fleeces coming from shearing.  And In sale 24 fleeces which made 2 claves 1 lb.

éa fleece answers 3d. plus overall 3d.ù[35]

 Total 24 fleeces.  And nothing Remains.

Tithe wool The same answers for 3 claves ½ lb. of Wool coming from tithe of Eastney this year.  And In sale 3 claves ½ lb.  And nothing Remains.

Cheeses remaining  The same answers for 8 Harvest Cheeses received by indenture.  And In delivery to to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 8 which made 4 claves.  And nothing Remains.

Winter cheeses  The same answers for 15 cheeses remaining made at times after Michaelmas Of which In expenses of the serjeant and granger é3 whichù[36] made 1 clave é½ lb.ù[37] In expenses of 3 Affeerors of the 18th part of the Hundred of Portsdown 1 which made é2ù[38]½ lbs.  In expenses of Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff 1 which weighed 2½ lbs.  In Expenses of the same and Br Henry de dene 1 which weighed 2½ lbs.  Sent to the house and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 9 which weighed 3 claves 1 lb. by 1 tally.

                                    Total 15 cheeses which made 5 claves 2 lbs.                                                      And nothing Remains.

Summer cheeses The same answers for 51 summer cheeses coming from the dairy this year which began to be made on the feast of St George the Martyr and were finished on Saturday on the Morrow of St Peter in Chains  each day 1  cheese.

                                                            Total 51.

éA ewe answers 3½d. less overall 3/4d.ù[39]

Of which In expenses of Thomas le Grey the serjeant and Henry the granger in summer 2 which weighed 4 lbs.  In expenses of the house in harvest 31 which made 8 claves 1 lb.  Sent to the house to the lord Prior’s Chamber 6 which weighed 2 claves 1 lb.  Sent to the house and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 12 which weighed 4 claves by 1 tally. 

                                                Total 51 cheeses which make  14 claves                                                               6 lbs.  And nothing remains.

Butter  The same answers for 2 claves of Butter received from issue of the dairy.  Of which in expenses of the house in summer 4 lbs.  In mixture with tarpitch for treating sheep 6 lbs.

                                    Total 1 clave 3 lbs.  And 4 lbs of Butter Remain.

Tithe cheeses  And for 9 cheeses coming from tithe of Eastney.  And In expenses of the house in harvest 9 weighing 4 claves 5 lbs.  And nothing remains.

Hides  The same answers for Hides of 4 Oxen 2 cows and 4 steers/heiffers coming as above from dying. And for hides of 5 Oxen and 3 cows killed as above for fear of dying.  And for the hide of 1 calf coming from stock of the reeve of Boarhunt received from dying.

Of which Sent to the house and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 9 hides of which 2  of Oxen 4 of cows and 3 of steers/heiffers.  In sale 10 hides of which 7 Oxhides 1 cowhide 1 steer’s/heiffer’s hide and 1 calf’s hide.

                                    Total 19 Hides.  And nothing Remains.

Wool Fells  The same answers for fells of 4 wethers and 1 ewe received remaining from last year.  And for fells of 4 wethers coming from dying before shearing.

                                    Total 9 fells.  And he accounts In sale 9 fells.                                                              And nothing remains.

fells after shearing  The same answers for fells of 3 wethers killed in harvest and 1 ewe which died after shearing.

                                    Total 4.  And he accounts In sale 4.  And nothing                                                             Remains.

lambs’ fells  The same answers for fells of 3 lambs coming from dying before weaning.  And In delivery to Br J. Ymb[ol]d Bailiff 3 fells.  And nothing Remains.

Ox Carcasses  The same answers for carcasses of 5 Oxen and 3 cows above killed for fear of dying.  Total 8.

Of which In serjeant’s gift to famuli at Christmas ½ carcass.  In expenses of the house in harvest ½ carcass.  Sent to the house and delivered to Br Thomas de Rad’ Cellarer 7 salted carcasses.   Total 8. And nothing Remains.

Pig carcasses  The same answers for 3 Pig carcasses coming from 3 pigs above killed for the Larder.  Of which in expenses of the serjeant and granger and other visits 1.  In expenses of the house in harvest 2 Pig carcasses.  Total 3.  And nothing Remains.

Eggs The same answers for 200 eggs coming from issue of the hens.  And he accounts In sale 200 eggs.  And nothing Remains.

Cider From issue of the garden nothing this year but he answers for 1 dole of cider received from Southwick.  And he accounts in expenses of the house in harvest 1 dole of cider.

Cummin  The same answers for 1 lb. of Cummin received from the rent of Adam atte dene[40] this year which Robert le Coggar’ used to pay.

                                    Total 1 lb.  And 1 lb. of Cummin Remains.

                                    éStubbington Of the New Rollù[41]

 

                                   



[1] 24s.1d. cancelled.

[2]  Cancelled.

 

[3] 57s.6d. cancelled.

[4]  24s. 1d. cancelled.

 

[5] 52s. 8¼d. cancelled.

[6]  Cancelled.

 

[7]  Cancelled.

 

[8] in argento.

[9]  She held a placea in Portsmouth in 1343: Southwick Carts, II, p. 239 (III, 632).

 

[10]  Superscript.

 

[11]  Superscript.

 

[12]  She held the manor c.1318-22: VCH Hampshire and the Isle of Wight, III, p. 192.

 

[13]  Superscript.

 

[14]  Cancelled.

 

[15]  Superscript.

 

[16] 11 cancelled.

[17]  Added in superscript.

 

[18]  Superscript.

 

[19] Altered from 8d.

[20]  5 cancelled.

[21]  Superscript.

 

[22] sequela.

 

[23]  Southwick Carts, I, pp. xxv and liiii (n. 69) for his estate in Portsmouth from 1314.

 

[24]  Added in superscript.

 

[25] William jointly gave land in Hipley to the Priory in 1336:Southwick Carts, II, pp. 335-6 (III, 883-4).

 

[26] As n. 22.

[27]  Superscript.

 

[28]  Superscript.

 

[29]  Cancelled.

 

[30]  Added in superscript.

 

[31] Unusually Probacio Liberationis.

[32] 24 cancelled.

[33]  Superscript; sic.

 

[34]  Added.

 

[35]  Added.

 

[36]  Superscript.

 

[37]  Superscript.

 

[38] Altered from 1.

[39]  Added.

 

[40]  Bailiff of Portsmouth in 1315-16: Southwick Carts, II, pp. 369 and 376 (III, 907 and 920).

[41]  In a different hand.