Earl Alan, one plough, and seven villanes with four ploughs. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth ten shillings; now, thirteen shillings. In Brunton (Brompton-upon-Swale), for geld, ten carucates, and ten ploughs may be [there]. Tor had one manor there; now, Enisan has two ploughs there, and fourteen villanes and two bordars with five ploughs, and one mill of five shillings and four pence [annual value]. Eight acres of meadow. The whole, one leuga in length and one in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, thirty-two shillings. In Schirebi (Skeeby), for geld, six carucates, and four ploughs may be [there]. In Neutone (Newton Morell), for geld, six carucates, and three ploughs may be [there]. Tor had one manor there; now, Enisan has [it], and each is waste. The whole, one leuga in length and one in breadth. In Boletone (Bolton-on-Swale), for geld, six carucates, and four ploughs may be [there]. Tor had one manor there; now, Enisan has two ploughs there, and four villanes and one bordar with one plough. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, twenty shillings. 5 In Chipeling (Kiplin), for geld, nine carucates, and six ploughs may be [there]. Tor had one manor there; now, Enisan has two ploughs there, and nine villanes and two bordars with three ploughs. The whole, one leuga in length and one in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, thirty-two shillings. In Langeton (Little Langton), for geld, seven carucates and a half, and six ploughs may be [there]. Odil (one carucate and a half) and Alchetel (one carucate and a half) and Gernan (three carucates and a half) and Sprot (one carucate) had three manors there. Now, Earl Alan has [it], and it is waste. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings. This land is in the soke of Fleteha' (Fleetham), which is mentioned below. 6 In Tirnetoste (Thirntoft), for geld, five carucates, and four ploughs may be [there]. In like manner is this soke of Fleteha' (Fleetham), (three carucates). Grim (B. one carucate and one bovate) and Chetel (A. seven bovates) had two manors there, and Hundegrim had six bovates in the same vill, and the soke is in Mortun (Morton-uponSwale). Now, Picot has in the demesne two ploughs, and four villanes with two ploughs. Three acres of meadow. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth sixteen (blank); now, sixteen shillings. 3 Skeeby and Newton. 4 Orig., fo. 309 b, col. 2.-Facsimile Edit., page xxiv b. The Recapitulation has eight carucates. 6 These letters, A and B, probably indicate that Grim held 7 bovates and Chetel 1 car., 1 bov. 7 Picot de Laceles, an important vassal of Earl Alan in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, whose birthplace was, probably, Loucelles, near Caen. He left a son and heir, Roger, who, as "Roger. fl. Pigot.," witnessed the charter of Osbern de Arcis to St. Mary's abbey, York, to which he himself gave a third of the tithes of Thirntoft. His heirs male retained the estates, acquired before the Survey, until 1297, when they were divided between the four daughters and co-heiresses of Roger de Lascelles (Y. A. J., v., 318). Earl Alan. In Solberge (Sowber Hill), for geld, four carucates, and two ploughs may be [there]. Eltor (two carucates) and Ghilepatric (two carucates) had each a hall there. Now, Picot has half the land, and the Earl the other half. [It is] waste. In the demesne Picot [has] one plough, and four villanes with one plough. The whole, one leuga in length and two quarenteens in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth eight shillings; now, thirteen shillings. In Mannebi (Maunby), for geld, ten carucates, and eight ploughs may be [there]. Of these, Ghile had eight carucates and five bovates and one manor there. Of these eight carucates, four lie in the soke of Alreton (Northallerton). Of the remaining land of the manor, Eltor had six bovates and Ligulf five bovates with sac and soke. Now, Picot has this land, and [has] there six villanes with two ploughs. The whole, one leuga in length and one in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings; now, eight shillings. In Chirchebi (Kirkby Wiske), for geld, eight carucates, and four ploughs may be [there]. Ulchil had there one manor of one carucate and a half. Ligul and Tor and Gamel and Siuuard had the remaining land with one hall. Now, Picot has [it] of Earl Alan, and it is waste. T. R. E., it was worth ten shillings. The whole, one leuga in length and one in breadth. Of two carucates of this land the soke is in Alreton (Northallerton). In Mortun (Morton-upon-Swale), for geld, eleven carucates, and six ploughs may be [there]. Gospatric had there one manor of nine carucates, and Grim and Gospatric three carucates of which the soke is in Fleteha' (Fleetham). Now, Gospatric has [it] of the Earl. In the demesne two ploughs, and four villanes with one plough. One Walter has the land of Grim (two carucates), and two villanes [are] there with one plough. The site of a fishery is there. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, thirty-six shillings. 8 In Alreton (Ellerton-on-Swale), for geld, nine carucates, and six ploughs may be [there]. Gospatric had one manor there, and the same has [it] now of Earl Alan. In the demesne two ploughs and a half, and six villanes with one plough and a half, and one mill of six shillings [annual value]. Six acres of meadow. The whole, two leugæ in length and four quarenteens in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, fifty shillings. In Eiford (Yafforth), for geld, eight carucates, and four ploughs may be [there]. This land is a berewick of Alreton (Northallerton). Meadow is there, eight acres [in extent]. The whole, one leuga in length and five quarenteens in breadth. In Andrebi (Ainderby Steeple) is soke (three carucates) of Alreton (Northallerton), for geld, nine carucates, and six ploughs may be [there]. Torchil had there one manor of six carucates, and Ulchil three carucates. Now, Anschitil has [it] of the Earl, and has there one plough, and a church. The whole, half a leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings; now, eight shillings. Orig., fo. 310 a, col. 1.-Facsimile Edit., page xxv. Earl Alan. In Warlavesbi (Warlaby), for geld, six carucates, and four ploughs may be [there]. Siuuard had there one manor of four carucates of this land, and two sokemen two carucates belonging to Alreton (Northallerton). Now, Herueus has there one plough. The whole, half a leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings; now, five shillings. In Danebi (Danby Wiske), for geld, ten carucates, and five ploughs may be [there]. Cofsi had one manor there. Now, Landric, a homager of Earl Alan's, has [it]. In the demesne one plough, and three villanes with one plough. Six acres of meadow. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, ten shillings. In Cottune (South (3) Cowton),10 for geld, six carucates, and three ploughs may be [there]. Torchil had one manor there; now, Landric has [it] of the Earl, and it is waste. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings. The whole, one leuga in length and one in breadth. In Lontune (Lonton), for geld, one carucate, and one plough may be [there]. Torfin had this land; now, Bodin has [it], and it is waste. Underwood, three leugæ in length and one leuga in breadth, was worth ten shillings. T. R. E., it In Micleton (Mickleton), for geld, six carucates, and three ploughs may be [there]. Torfin had this; now, Bodin has [it], and it is waste. T. R. E., it was worth sixteen shillings. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. In Rumoldescherce (Romaldkirk), for geld, one carucate, and two ploughs may be [there]. Torfin had [it]; now, Bodin has, and it is waste. T. R. E., it was worth five shillings. In " Hundredestoit (Hunderthwaite), for geld, one carucate, and one plough may be [there]. In Lertinton (Lartington), for geld, three carucates, and two ploughs may be [there]. In Codrestune (Cotherston), for geld, six carucates, and three ploughs may be [there]. In Rochebi (Rokeby), for geld, three carucates, and two ploughs may be [there]. T. R. E., Torfin had these; 12 now, Bodin has, and they are waste. they were worth fifty shillings. Underwood, two leugæ in length and one in breadth. "Doubtless Copsige, the old lieutenant of Tostig, who was appointed Earl of Northumberland in February, 1067, in the place of Earl Oswulf. Five weeks afterwards (March 14th), he was feasting at Newburn, when the partizans of Oswulf beset the house where Copsige was. He contrived to slip out secretly; and took refuge in a neighbouring church, but his lurking-place was soon betrayed, the church was set on fire; the Earl, to escape the flames, tried to make his way out by the door, and was cut down on the threshold by the hands of Oswulf Earl Alan. In Broctun (Broughton Lythe), for geld, five carucates, and three ploughs may be [there]. Ulchil had one manor there. Now, Bodin has, and it is waste, T. R. E., it was worth eight shillings. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. 13 In Neuhuson (Newsham, par. Kirkby Ravensworth), for geld, seven carucates, and five ploughs may be [there]. Ulchil (five carucates), and Sport (two carucates) had halls there. Now, Earl Alan has the land of Sprot, and Bodin the land of Ulchil, and ten villanes and four bordars with four ploughs. Four acres of meadow. Underwood, half a leuga in length and as much in breadth. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings; now, sixteen shillings. In Daltun (Dalton, par. Kirkby Ravensworth), for geld, eight carucates, and four ploughs may be [there]. Gospatric (three carucates and a half) and Torfin (four carucates and a half) had this land, now, Bodin has the land of Torfin and the Earl the land of Gospatric. They are waste. T. R. E., they were worth twenty shillings; now, three shillings. The whole, one leuga in length and four quarenteens in breadth. In another Dalton ( )," for geld, four carucates, and two ploughs may be [there]. Gospatric had one manor there. Now, the same [Gospatric] has [it], and it is waste. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. In Ravenesuuet (Ravensworth), for geld, twelve carucates, and eight ploughs may be [there]. Torfin had one manor there; now, Bodin has half a plough there, and sixteen villanes and four bordars with eight ploughs. A church is there, and a priest. Four acres of meadow. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, thirty shillings. In Malsenebi (Melsonby) and Dirdreston (Didderston Grange), a berewick, for geld, eleven 15 carucates, and ten ploughs may be [there]. Torfin had one manor there; now, Bodin has one plough there, and fifteen villanes and three bordars with seven ploughs. A church is there, and a priest. The whole, one leuga in length and one in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, thirty shillings. In this vill (i.e., Didderston) there are four carucates for geld, of which the soke belongs to Ghellinges (Gilling). In Scortone (Scorton), for geld, sixteen carucates, and sixteen ploughs may be [there]. Torfin had one manor there; now, Bodin has there three ploughs, and nine villanes with three ploughs, and one mill of three shillings [annual value]. Twelve acres of meadow. The whole, two leugæ in length and one in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth five shillings; now, fifty shillings. In 16 Catrice (Catterick), for geld, ten carucates, and ten ploughs 13 Sic, sed lege Sprot. 14 Refer to Kirkby's Inquest (ed. Surt. Soc., pp. 166, 167) for Dalton Michell, Dalton Travers and Dalton Norreys, which each contained three carucates. "Dalton in Broghton Lith," the only Dalton in the Liberty of Richmond mentioned in the Nomina Villarum, is placed in that record between Newsham and Ravensworth. 15 The Recapitulation assigns 11 car. to Melsonby, and 4 car. to Didderston. Vide infra. 16 Orig., fo. 310 b, col. 1.-Facsimile Edit., page xxvi. Earl Alan. may be [there]. Earl Eduin had one manor there. Now, Earl Alan has [it]. In the demesne six ploughs, and fourteen villanes and six bordars with four ploughs. A church [is] there, and a priest with half a plough. To this manor belong these berewicks :-Chiluordebi (Killerby Hall) five carucates, Endrebi (Ainderby Myers) two carucates and a half, Tunestale (Tunstall) three carucates and six bovates. Together, for geld, eleven carucates and two bovates, and ten ploughs may be [there]. Now, three ploughs are there in the demesne, and sixteen villanes and ten bordars with seven ploughs. The whole manor, with the berewicks, one leuga and a half in length and one in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth eight pounds; now, the same. In Endrebi (Ainderby Myers), for geld, two carucates and a half, and two ploughs may be [there]. Bernulf had this land, with sac and soke. Now, Landric, a homager of the Earl's, has [it]. In the demesne three ploughs, and eight villanes and four bordars with two ploughs. T. R. E., it was worth five shillings; now, forty shillings. In Tunestale (Tunstall), for geld, two carucates, and one plough may be [there]. Norman had one manor there. Now, Earl Alan has [it]. In the demesne two ploughs, and three villanes with one plough. T. R. E., it was worth ten shillings; now, ten shillings. In Chirchebi (Kirkby Fleetham), for geld, three carucates, and two ploughs may be [there]. Eldred had one manor there. Now, the same has, of the Earl, one plough in the demesne, and six villanes with two ploughs. The whole, one leuga in length and two quarenteens in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth ten shillings; now, sixteen shillings. In Fleteha' (Fleetham), for geld, eight carucates, and six ploughs may be [there]. Gamel and Uctred had two manors there. Now, Odo," a homager of the Earl's, has two ploughs in the demesne, and sixteen villanes and two bordars with four ploughs. A church is [there], and a priest. Eight acres of meadow. To this manor belong two berewicks, and they are called Fencotes (Fencotes). In these, for geld, nine carucates, and nine ploughs may be [there]. Odo has in the demesne there one plough, and ten villanes with two ploughs and a half. The whole manor, with the berewicks, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, forty shillings and one soar hawk. In Hasse (Aske), for geld, six carucates, and four ploughs may be [there]. Tor had one manor there. Now, Wihomarc, a homager of the Earl's, has in the demesne one plough, and five villanes and three bordars with two ploughs. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings; now, the same. 17 He was the Earl's chamberlain. As "Odo Camerarius" he gave to St. Mary's abbey, York, four carucates in Langthorpe, one carucate in Fingal, and twothirds of the tithes of his demesne in Fleetham, which grant, with the exception of the tithes, was confirmed by his son, Robert "Camerarius." Between 1100 and 1137, Odo gave to St. Martin's priory, Richmond, two garbs at harvest-time from his demesne lands (Yorks. Arch. and Top. Journal, V., p. 317). |