1 edition of roll of the Shropshire Eyre of 1256 found in the catalog.
roll of the Shropshire Eyre of 1256
|Statement||edited for the Selden Society by Alan Harding.|
|Series||The publications of the Selden Society -- Vol.96|
|Contributions||Harding, Alan., Selden Society.|
This is the first fine roll entry on the originalia roll E / The entries at the start of the originalia roll E /20, m.1, are difficult to read, and the marginal annotations for the first part of the membrane are missing as the MS is torn. Goldstone Manor / The Manor of Goldstone, Goldstone Hall and the Goldstone Estate in the parishes of Cheswardine and Hinstock, Shropshire, England - A History of a Shropshire Manor and its people over more than years. Includes details of the Goldstone, Crouch, Pegg, Hayward and Vardon families of Goldstone Hall in the Parish of Cheswardine, Shropshire. Also provides details of connections.
The Assize-Roll of the January Shrewbury Eyre Court tells us what had happened and why, I’ll quote this at some length: An Assize comes on, to make recognition whether Thomas corbet hath disseized Fulk Fitz Warin, junior, of his free tenement in Alberbyr, viz. of about acres. 'The Shropshire Lay Subsidy Roll of Bradford Hundred', Trans Shropshire Archaeol & Nat Hist Soc, Vol. I, 2nd ser, pp. The Place-Names of Shropshire: Part I, Eng!Author: Michael Fradley.
THE following imperfect attempt to bring together a few notes relating to the ancient aristocracy of England, is confined in the first place to the families now existing, and regularly established either as knightly or gentle houses before the commencement of the sixteenth century; secondly, no notice is taken of those families who may have assumed the name and arms of their ancestors in the. Fulk FitzWarin (x – c. ), variant spellings (Latinized Fulco filius Warini), the third (Fulk III), was a prominent representative of a marcher family associated especially with estates in Shropshire (on the English border with Wales) and at Alveston in young life (c. ), early in the reign of King John (–), he won notoriety as the outlawed.
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Doris Mary Stenton, Seldon Society 59 (London: Quaritch, ) The Roll of the Shropshire Eyre ofed. Alan Harding, Seldon Society 95 (London: Seldon, ). Thus, for example, three quarters of the cases dealing with head injury recorded in the crown pleas of the Shropshire Eyre of were concerned with fatalities. The format of each entry is brief, but consistently includes the location of the injury, the weapon used to inflict it (ranging from sticks and staves to axes and a flail), and.
THE SHROPSHIRE EYRE ROLL OF Edited by Professor ALAN HARDING, University of Liverpool This book is the culmination of research—over many years and two continents—for texts of the lectures delivered in that law school, and of notes derived them. Being an expansion of a Lecture delivered before the Selden Society in the Hall of.
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For William de Rokele. The king has pardoned to William de Rokele, clerk of A. bishop-elect of Winchester, the s.
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