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The King's Thanes.

Manor. In Herlintone (Hartlington), Almunt [had] one carucate of land for geld. Dolfin has [it].

Manor. In Apletreuuic (Appletreewick), one carucate and a half of land for geld. Dolfin has [it].

Manor and berewick. In Brinshale (Burnsall) and Torp (Thorpe sub Montem), Hardul [had] three carucates and a half for geld. The same Hardulf has [them] of the King.

Manor. In Herlintun (Hartlington), Norman [had] three carucates of land for geld. The same has [it].

Manor. In Rilistune (Rilstone), Rauenchil [had] one carucate and a half for geld. The same has [it].

Manor. In Apletrewic (Appletreewick), Chetel [had] two carucates and a half for geld. Orme has [it].

Manor. In Holedene (Holden), Chetel [had] two carucates of land for geld. Orme has [it].

Two manors. In the same place, Gospatric and Ulchil [had] four carucates of land for geld. The same have [them] themselves.

Manor. In Chileseie (Kilnsey), Gamel [had] six carucates of land for geld. Ulf has [it].

Manor. In Heuurde 59 (

cate for geld. The same person has [it].

), Gospatric [had] one caru

Manor. In Cunestune (Coniston, in Kettlewell-dale), Archil [had] three carucates for geld. Chetel has [it].

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Manor. In Ghigeleswic (Giggleswick), Feeh had four carucates for geld.

59 Refer to "The Land of Gospatric" (page 287, antea), where this entry occurs:- "Manor. In Heuuorde (Heworth, near York?). one carucate of land for geld. Land to half a plough."

60 Orig., fo. 332a, col. 1.-Facsimile Edit., page lxix. This group has no numbering, it is not enumerated in the Table in xiii., 328, nor were any of the manors enumerated entered in the Recapitulation. It has thus all the marks of a later addition, a supplement to the original Domesday.—R. H.

61 Third son of Roger de Montgomery, Earl of Shrewsbury, by Mabel, heiress of Alençon. His sister, Matilda, was the wife of Robert, Count of Mortain, the tenant in capite (see vol. xiii., page 507). He acquired the name of "the Poictevin " by his marriage with Almodis, only daughter of Adelbert III., Count of La Marche (a province separating Poictou and Berri), and sole heiress of her brother, Count Boson III., who was killed in

1091, when he became Roger, Count of La Marche, in right of his wife.

In the early days of the Conquest, Roger the Poictevin had possessed all the land between the Ribble and the Mersey, and extensive estates in various other counties in England had been granted to him; but, at the date of the Survey, he only retained those in Essex, Lincolnshire and Suffolk. Clitheroe, in Lancashire, appears to have been the caput of his honour, and here a castle was built before the date of the Survey Amounderness (containing more than 60 vills), of which Preston was the capital, had belonged to him (see vol. xiii., page 351).

In 1094, as Rogerus comes Pictavensis," he gave for his own soul, and the souls of Roger of Shrewsbury, his father, Countess Mabel, his mother, and his brethren, to St. Martin's abbey at Sees, in Normandy, the church of St. Mary, at Lancaster; with lands, &c. To the

Roger the Poitevin.

[In] Stranforde (Stainforth), three carucates, Rodemele (Rathmell), two carucates, Chirchebi (Kirkby Malhamdale), two carucates, Litone (Litton), six carucates. These berewicks belong to the abovementioned manor. Roger the Poictevin has [them] now.

In Cuningestone (Cold Coniston), two carucates. Perci held [it], but Roger the Poictevin has [it].

William [de]

Manor. In Bernulfesuuic (Barnoldswick), Gamel [had] twelve carucates for geld. Berenger de Todeni held [it], but now it is in the castellate of Roger the Poictevin.

Manor. In Prestune (Long Preston), Ulf had three carucates for geld, and one church.

[In] Stainforde (Stainforth), three carucates, Wiclesforde (Wigglesworth), one carucate, Helgefelt (Hellifield), one carucate and a half, Neuhuse (Newsholme), half a carucate, Padehale (Painley). one carucate, Ghiseburne (Gisburn), two carucates, Hortone (Horton), one carucate and a half, Cheuebroc (Kelbrook), six bovates, Croches (Crooks House), two bovates, for geld.

Manor. In Cheteleuuelle (Kettlewell), Ulf had one carucate for geld, Huburgheha' (Hubberholme), half a carucate, Stamphotne (Starbotton), half a carucate.

Manor. In Anele (Ainley), Bû had three carucates of land for geld, [in] Setel (Settle), three carucates for geld.

Manor. In Witreburne (Winterburn), Torfin had three carucates of land for geld, Leuetat ( ), three carucates, Flatebi (Flasby), four carucates, Geregraue (Gargrave), two carucates. Neutone (Bank Newton), two carucates, Hortune (Horton), two carucates, Selesat (Sulside Farm ?) one carucate.

Manor. In the same place [Winterburn ?], Torfin had two carucates of land for geld.

Manor. In Rodemare (Rathmell ?), Carle had one carucate for geld, Winchelesuurde (Wigglesworth), ten bovates, Helgeflet (Hellifield), two carucates and a half.

Manor. In Erneforde (Arnford), Almund had two carucates for geld, Winchelesuurde (Wigglesworth), two carucates, Caretorp ), two carucates.

Manor. In Pathorme (Paythorn), Gamelbar 62 had two carucates, [in] Eluuinetorp (Ellenthorpe), half a carucate.

abbey of St. Peter, at Shrewsbury, founded by his father, he gave other lands in Lancashire.

In 1101, he joined in the rebellion of his eldest brother, Robert de Belesme, Count of Alençon, and thus forfeited all his honours and estates. Being banished from England, he retired to his castle of Charroux, near Civray, which he possessed in right of his wife, Almodis. She died in 1116. By her, Roger (who was living in 1123) had three sons:Count Aldebert IV., Eudo and Count Boson IV., and three daughters, Ponce, wife of Taillefer" II., Count of Angoulesme, Marquise, wife of Guy IV.,

Viscount of Limoges, and Sybil, who witnessed her father's charter to St. Martin's abbey. Adeline of Lancaster, wife of William Peveril of Nottingham, may, Mr. Planché suggests, have been another daughter of Roger.

With a few exceptions, the estates of Roger the Poictevin in England were given by Henry I. to Count Stephen, his nephew, who, when King, granted nearly the whole of them to Rannulph, Farl of Chester. Robert de Rumeli and Alan de Perci appear to have acquired the lands of his fief in Craven.

62 The Original has "Gameltorp," in error, but "bar" is superscribed.

Roger the Poictevin.

Manor. In Otreburne (Otterburn), Gamelbar [had] three carucates for geld.

Manor. In Gheregraue (Gargrave), Gamel had eight carucates for geld.

Manor. In Carlentone (Carlton) and Lodresdene (Lothersdale), ten carucates for geld. Gamel had [them].

Two manors. In Braisuelle (Bracewell), Ulchil and Archil had six carucates for geld.

Manor. In Stoche (Stock), Archil had four carucates for geld. In Broctune (Broughton), four thanes [had] twelve carucates for geld.

Four manors.

Manor. In Collinghe (Cowling Hill), Archil [had] two carucates and two bovates for geld.

Manor. In Torentune (Thornton), Alcolm had three carucates for geld.

Manor. In Eurebi (Earby), Alcolme had three carucates for geld. In another Eurebi (Earby), Alcolme [had] two carucates and six bovates for geld.


Two manors. In Eleslac (Elslack), Gospatric and Chetel [had] eight carucates for geld.

Manor. In Neutone (Little Newton), Gospatric [had] four carucates for geld.

Manor. In Hetune (Hetton), Suartcol [had] four carucates for geld. Manor. In Stainton (Stainton, par. Gargrave), Stain had three carucates for geld.

Three manors. In Martun (East and West Marton), Archil and Orm and Ernebrand [had] six carucates for geld.

Two manors.

In Ucnetorp (lngthorpe), Uctred and Archil [had] two carucates for geld.

Manor. In Airtone (Airton), Arnebrand [had] four carucates for geld.

Two manors.

carucates for geld. Two manors. carucates for geld. of Roger.

In Scotorp (Scosthrop), Archil and Orm [had] three

In Caltun (Calton), Gospatric and Glunier [had] four
Erneis 63 had [it], but now it is in the castellate

Manor. In Lanclif (Lancliffe), Feg [had] three carncates for geld. Manor. In Stacuse (Stackhouse), Archil [had] three carucates for geld.

In Estune (Eshton), Archil and Uctred [had] six carucates for geld. Manor.64 In Borelaie (Bordley), Swartcol [had] two carucates for geld.

Manor. In Arneclif (Arncliffe), Torfin [had] four carucates for geld.

Manor. In Hochesuuic (Hawkswick), Gamel [had] three carucates for geld.


[An entry of two lines apparently erased.]

Probably Erneis de Burun, the tenant in capite, but there is no reference to it in the return of manors belonging

to him.

64 Orig., fo. 332a, col. 2.-Facsimile Edit., page lxixb.

Roger the Poitevin.

Manor. In Gretlintone (Grindleton), Earl Tosti had four carucates of land for geld.

In Bradeforde (West Bradford), two carucates, Widitun (Waddington), two carucates, Baschelf (Bashall), four carucates, Mitune (Mitton), four carucates, Hamereton (Hammerton, par. Slaidburn), two carucates, Slateborne (Slaidburn), four carucates, Badresbi (Battrix), two carucates, Neutone (Newton-on-Hodder), four carucates, Bogeuurde ( ), two carucates, Esintune (Easington), three carucates, Radun (Radholme Laund), two carucates, Sotleie (Sawley ?), three carucates.

These lands belong to Gretlintone (Grindleton).

Two manors. In Lanesdale (Lunesdale, co. Lanc.) and Cocreha' (Cockerham, co. Lanc.), Ulf and Machel had two carucates for geld. Three manors. In Estun (Ashton, co. Lanc.), Cliber, Machern and Ghilemichel had six carucates for geld. In Ellhale (Ellel, co. Lanc.), two carucates. In Scozforde (Scotforth, co. Lanc.), two carucates. Manor. In Biedun (Beetham, co. Westmd.), Earl Tosti had six carucates for geld. Now, Roger the Poictevin has [it], and Ernuin the priest under him.

In Jalant (Yealand Conyers, co. Lanc.), four carucates, Fareltun (Farleton, co. Westmd.), four carucates, Prestun (Preston Richard, co. Westm.), three carucates, Bereuuic (Borwick, co. Lanc.), one carucate, Hennecastre (Hincaster, co. Westm.), two carucates, Eureshaim Heversham, co. Westmd.), two carucates, Lefuenes (Levens, co. Westm.), two carucates.

This 66 is the fief of Rotbert de Bruis" which was given to him after the Book of Winchester was written, namely: :

IN Oustredine (EAST RIDING).

In Bortona (Burton Agnes), and in its soke, Robert holds here fortyfour carucates of land: that is, in Harpein (Harpham) and in Grentesmor (Gransmoor) and in Haschetorp (Haisthorpe) and in Tirnu' (Thornholme) and in Foxohole (Foxholes) and in Tuenc (Thwing). And in this same Tuenc (Thwing) he holds ten carucates, and in Rodestein (Rudston), eight carucates, and in the two Haselintonis (East and West Heslerton), ten carucates and six bovates, and in Scamestona (Scampston), five carucates.

65 Refer to page 289, antea, note 21. 66 Orig., fo. 332b, col. 1.-Facsimile Edit., page lxx.

67 Mr. Ellis (Yorks. Arch. and Top. Journal, iv., 406) says:-"There is no reason to doubt that Robert de Bruis came from Bruis, now Brix, near Valognes, and he himself was probably lord of that place; his grandson, Adam de Bruis, appears to have been so.When he died is not recorded."

His son and heir, Robert de Bruis, was one of the chiefs of the English who fought against the Scots in the battle of

the Standard, 24th Aug., 1138. He founded a priory at Guisbrough, and was a benefactor to the abbeys at York and Whitby. By Agnes, daughter of Ralph Paganel (the tenant in capite), he had a son, Adam de Bruis, of Skelton, who married Ivetta, daughter of Wm. de Arches, son and heir of Osbern de Arches (the tenant in capite). By an other wife, the heiress of Annandale, in Scotland, it is said, he was father of Robert, ancestor of Robert "the Bruce, of Bannockburn," King of Scotland.

Robert de Bruis.

In Burnous (Kirkburn) and in Tipetorp (Tibthorpe), thirtytwo carucates and two bovates; but part of this land is of the fief of Robert Fossart.

In Brentingeha' (Brantingham) and in Caua (North Cave) and in Hodhu' (Hotham), nine carucates and one bovate.

In Cliue (South Cliff), two bovates. In Chelingewic (Kilnwick Percy), sixteen carucates. In Milletona (Millington), six bovates. In Brideshala (Birdsall), two carucates. In Geruezbi (Garrowby), six carucates. In Eduardestorp (Eddlethorpe), four carucates. In Torgrimestorp (Thornthorpe, near Langton. Depopulated), one carucate and six bovates. In Friebia (Firby), two carucates. Grimetona (North Grimston), four carucates and two bovates. In Berguetorp (Burythorpe), three carucates.



In Westredinc (the West Riding), the same Robert holds in Aluretona (Allerton Mauleverer) six carucates of land. In Widetona (Widdington), one carucate. In Usebruna (Little Ouseburn), twelve carucates. In Hopretone (Hopperton), four carncates. In Doneforde (Dunsforth), two carucates and a half. Brantona (Branton Green), three carucates and three bovates. In Graftona (Grafton), four carucates and six bovates. In Torp (Thorpe, near Scotton), two carucates. In Scotona (Scotton), two carucates. In Sotesac (South Acres House, par. Ripley, detached), one carucate. In Lauretona (Laverton), four carucates and a half. In Haserlai (Azerley), six carucates of land.


In "9 Ledelai (Leathley), two carucates. In Rodum (Rawdon), six bovates. In Hoseforde (Horsforth), two carucates. In Torp ), two carucates. In Carletona (Carlton, par. Snaith), In Gamesford (Camblesforth), one carucate.


six carucates.

In Nortreding (the North Riding), the same Robert holds in Apeltona (Appleton-upon-Wiske) six carucates of land. In Hornebia (Hornby, par. Great Smeaton), two carucates. In Wercheshala (Low Worsall), three carucates. In Gerou (Yarm), three carucates. In Otrintona (North Ottrington), six carucates. In Herlesia (East Harlsey), six carucates. In Welberga (Welbury), six carucates. In Leuetona (Kirk Levington), six carucates. In another Leuetona (Castle Levington), four carucates. In Mortona (Morton), three carucates. In Bordelbia (site of Mount Grace priory), two carucates. In Ernecliue (Arncliffe), two carucates. In Englebia (Ingleby Arncliffe), six carucates. In Buschebia (Great? Busby), two carucates. In Cratorna (Crathorne) and in Foxtun (Foxton), nine carucates. In Hiltona (Hilton), three carucates. In Tormozbia (Thornaby), one carucate and a half. In Martona (Marton), four In Niueham (Newham), two carucates and two bovates. In Tolesbi (Tolesby), three carucates. In Achelu' (Acklam), two carucates. In Foitesbi (Faceby), eight carucates. In Tametona (Tanton), two carucates and a half. In Goltona (Goulton), one caru



68 See "Westburne," vol. xiii., page 331.

69 Orig., fo. 3326, col. 2.-Facsimile Edit., page lxxb.

70 We learn from Kirkby's Inquest for

Yorkshire, that, in 1284-5. William de Colevill held half a knight's fee in "Engleby juxta Arnclif," where twelve carucates made one knight's fee.

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