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Lancashire inquests, extents, and feudal aids. A.D. 1205-A.D. 1307

Lancashire inquests, extents, and feudal aids. A.D. 1205-A.D. 1307

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Published by Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society in [Liverpool] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by William Farrer. Vol.1..
SeriesRecord Society of Lancashire and Cheshire publication -- 48
ContributionsFarrer, William.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22702512M

These include Domesday Book and the Book of Fees, which contains inquests, dating from to , into fees and serjeanties held of the king. Another inquest with useful information on falconry serjeanties is the Rotuli de dominabus (), a survey of assets of .


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An index to the wills and inventories now preserved in the probate registry at Chester from A.D. to A-M, from A.D. to N-Z, from A.D. to and from A.D. towith an appendix containing the list of the 'infra' wills, Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society v 38, 44, 45 (Exeter, Liverpool.

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Ravilious, "CP Addition: Elizabeth, wife of Roger de Lascelles, Lord Lascelles," 30 AugGEN-MEDIEVAL-L(a) "A History of Cumberland," Vol. "Lancashire Inquests, Extents, and Feudal Aids, A.D. - A.D. ," The Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents relating to Lancashire and Cheshire, Vol.

Roger de Burton appears to have given Dalton to his son Gilbert de Croft, and Burton to another son, Roger de Burton II. ~ Lancashire Inquests, Extents and Feudal Aids, A.D.

- A.D. Lancashire Inquests, Extents, and Feudal Aids, A.D. – A.D. (8 Mb pdf file) Edited by William Farrer and published by The Record Society for the Publication of Original Documents Relating to Lancashire and Cheshire, Vol. XLVIII,   is the one source pointing to a Thomas Bardolf as Cecily's father, but Sir Thomas Bardolf of Spixworth, having died in or beforeis a poor candidate.

He left an adult son and heir John Bardolf, and a daughter Joan who was holding lands in Frettenham, Norfolk by Thomas' gift (living or testamentary) [see pedigree in forthcoming post].

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Lancashire Inquests, Extents, and Feudal Aids A. by William Farrer Domesday Book A Popular Account of the Exchequer Manuscript So Called, With Notices of the Principal Points of General Interest Which It Contains by Walter de Gray-Birch. An index to the wills and inventories now preserved in the court of probate at Chester, from A.D to 3: s: Lancashire inquisitions returned into the chancery of the duchy of Lancaster and now existing in the Public Record Office, London.

4: An index to the wills and inventories at Chester, from A.D to - Lancashire Inquests, Extents, and Feudal Aids - A.D. - A.D. William Farrer (ed.) - Lancashire Parish Register Society - The Registers of the Parish of Aldingham in Furness - The Registers of the Parish Church of Over Kellet () - The Registers of.

Cecily (Bardolf) de Morley and her ancestry (too old to reply) John P. Ravilious UTC. Permalink. Monday, 24 September, Dear Will, Doug, Brom, et al., In the recent past there has been discussion of the identity of Agnes, wife of Sir Thomas Bardolf (Lord Bardolf).

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The Book of Fees, or "Testa de Nevill" [Nevill’s Evidence or Nevill's Head] as the survey was commonly called, records the names, titles and holdings of all families of rank, “fee holders,” throughout the kingdom, together with the services or "knights fees" that they provided to the crown and the lands and privileges they received in.

Texte du rabat Excerpt from Lancashire Inquests, Extents, and Feudal Aids: A. These entries belong to the period - 22, possibly some few to the years - 6. Membrane 1 contains two entries relating to the Comz'tatus de Appelby, anciently known as Westmarieland, in distinction to Kentdale, now Kendal.

In the eleventh century the former belonged. Klappentext Excerpt from Lancashire Inquests, Extents, and Feudal Aids: A. D. A.

D. These entries belong to the period - 22, possibly some few to the years - 6. Membrane 1 contains two entries relating to the Comz'tatus de Appelby, anciently known as Westmarieland, in distinction to Kentdale, now Kendal.

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