2 edition of great roll of the pipe for the eighth year of the reign of King John found in the catalog.
great roll of the pipe for the eighth year of the reign of King John
Great Britain. Exchequer.
|Statement||Edited by Doris M. Stenton.|
|Series||Pipe Roll Society. New series -- 20|
|Contributions||Pipe Roll Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 333 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||333|
↑ Pipe Roll, p. ↑ Below, p. ↑ Haimo the dapifer was only recently deceased in (Pipe Roll, pp. 64, 66) and his brother Robert was still living (pp. 95, 97). Walter of Salisbury, son of Edward, is mentioned at that date, and Henry de Port was a royal justice holding pleas at Dover (Pipe Roll, p. 65).
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Great roll of the pipe for the first-sixteenth year of the reign of King John, Michaelmas (pipe roll ) [electronic resource]: now first printed. After John’s reign, Walter continued to be assessed for ffty-one-and-a quarter-fees by the sheriff of Herefordshire but was also assessed for seven fees by the sheriff of Shropshire (see, for example, Ebden, E.
(ed.), The great roll of the pipe for the second year of the reign of King Henry III, Michaelmas (London, ), pp 6, 92).Cited by: 1. Cambridge Core - Economic History - Mints and Money in Medieval England - by Martin Allen This book has been cited by the following publications.
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Ebden (ed.), The great roll of the pipe for the second year of the reign of King Henry III, Michaelmas (London, ), pp 6, 92). THE PIPE ROLL OF 14 JOHN. The great roll of the pipe was the permanent record of the accounts audited in the upper exchequer. Accountants had to appear for the audit of their accounts before the justiciar, the barons of the exchequer, and other officials in the two formal ses sions beginning immediately after Michaelmas and Easter, respectively.
David Carpenter, The Minority of Henry III (London ), pp.; Nick Barratt, ‘Introduction’, Receipt rolls for the seventh and eighth years of the reign of King Henry III (Pipe Roll Society, London ), p. xiii. There are differences between their figures, but not significant ones in this context.
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A great change was made in the revenue during the third decade of this reign by the cession to the King of Scotland of lands valued at £ / ioo per annum, settlement of sundry engagements dating back to the reign of John.f We hear of the new state of things in the 22nd year.
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8) (), pg. Great Roll of the Pipe for the Sixth Year of > > the Reign of King Richard the First, Michaelmas Inhe translated the Latin text of the 'Close and Patent Rolls', the private letters and public announcements of the reign of King John's (–). He went on to write about King Stephen; King Henry II and King Richard I.
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Court of Common Pleas. and Pipe Roll Society (Great Britain). and Great Britain. Public Record Office. Feet of fines of the reign of Henry II and of the first seven years of the reign of Richard I, A.D. to A.D. Kraus Reprint Vaduz (Liechtenstein) After the eighth year of Henry VIII’s reign, all grants under the Great Seal were issued as letters patent.
Published Latin transcripts exist for most of the Charter Rolls for King John’s reign (–) in the Rotuli Chartarum (Record Commission, ). This was printed in record type, copying the abbreviations of the original.
Gloucester for one-eighth part of a knight's fee, and that John de Berewyk had been enfeoffed of both by Stephen de Appeltrefeld during the reign of King Edward I (about ). Further John de Berewyk had held both until three weeks before he died, when John de St.
John, thinking him on the point of death and claiming the reversion of Hedgecourt. Kirkus (A.M.), The Great Roll of the Pipe for the Ninth year of the reign of King John (Pipe Roll 53), Pipe Roll S.
LX (NS. XXII) for (). [P.R.O.] Latham (R.C.), Bristol Charters Bristol R.S. Publns. XII (). Major (Kathleen), The Thornton Abbey Chronicle with Extracts relating to the Fabric of the. The Great Roll of the Pipe for the Thirtieth Year of the Reign of King Henry the Second, A.D.
–, n. a., The Publications of the Pipe Roll Society, Author: James Masschaele. Bayeux for taking the great fish, which were the king's prerogative. The Pipe Roll Society, Pipe Rolls of the Exchequer of Normandy, page 5 and Thomas Stapleton (ed.), Magni Rotuli Scaccarie Normannie, vol.
I, (London ), pp. 6 and Researched and translated by Prof. Judith Everard, Cambridge, co-author of Jersey Pipe Rollp. ; Pipe Rollp. for payment of the debt; CRR, i, Another reason for the £ may have been that the king had been possessed of the Mowbray lands since the death of William’s father in (William only succeeding in ) but the evidence for this is inconclusive: see Holt, The Northerners, p.
Maitland, Frederic William, Three rolls of the King's court in the reign of King Richard the First. / (London: Wyman & Sons, ), also by Great Britain. Curia regis and Pipe Roll Society (Great Britain) (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Maitland, Frederic William, Township and borough.
Being. Considerable sums might thus be spent: the Pipe Roll of the seventeenth year of Henry II. shows how out of a total revenue of £50 6s. from the Honour of “Belveeir,” £18 5s.
had been expended on the children of the late tenant.3 Wardship came to an end with the full age of the ward, that is, in the case of a military tenant, on the. Seale in the Hundred of Codsheath, was a Mannor which belonged to the Crown until the first year of King John, and then it was passed away by Grant created Bannerets at the Siege of Carlaverock in the twenty eighth year of his reign.
Nevil held the Mannor of Shorne as appears by the Pipe-Roll of that year, and John de Nevil was his. The oldest extant pipe roll dates from the 31st year of the reign of Henry I ().
Pipe Rolls and Assize Rolls for Northumberland 12th and 13th centuries. Calendar of memoranda rolls (Exchequer) preserved in the Public Record Office: MichaelmasMichaelmas London, H.M.S.O.,pagesxxiv.
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It is also mentioned by an inquisition, contained in the Black Book towards the end, which was taken in the 27th year of the reign of King Henry, son of King John, that he is a tenant in the vills above mentioned and it adds Nunton, Deeping, Ashton(4).
The Magna Carta - Clause River-banks and royal sport. The king’s right to call upon his subjects to serve in the army and to carry out work on fortifications and bridges, the so-called trimoda necessitas, was undeniably ancient, dating back to the mid-eighth century.
1 The obligations inherent in it were still liable to be enforced years later – it is noteworthy that in. This Walter was one of the most active men in the French wars, in the time of that victorious prince Henry V.
who in the eighth year of his reign, for the great services that he had done him, gave to him and his heirs male all the lands and lordships which Sir John Cheney, Knt. deceased, held in the dutchy of Normandy, which reverted to the. This gate hath of long time been a gaol, or prison for felons and trespassers, as appeareth by records in the reign of King John, and of other kings; amongst the which I find one testifying, that in the yearthe 3rd of King Henry III., the king writeth unto the sheriffs of London, commanding them to repair the gaol of Newgate for the safe.
He pdf account for the pdf scutage of John (Pipe R. 7, 10 & 11 John [Yorks.]); and he was quit by writ for the seventh scutage (ibid. 8 John), and for the scutage of Scotland (ibid. 13 John). In the ninth year of John, moreover, he rendered account of scutage for a moiety of the honour of Richmond (Red Bk.
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