The Count of Mortain. [there]. Walteu had one manor there. Now, Count Robert has in the demesne there two ploughs, and eight villanes and one sokeman having two ploughs and a half, and one mill of eight shillings [annual value]. Fourteen acres of meadow. The whole manor, one leuga in length and one in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth four pounds; now, the same. In Cherca' (Kirkham) eight carucates for geld, and four ploughs may be [there]. ` Walteu had one manor there. Now, Count Robert has in the demesne two ploughs, and twelve villanes with four ploughs, and one mill of eight shillings [annual value]. A church is there, and a priest. Wood, pasturable, one leuga in length and ten perches in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth three pounds; now, forty shillings. In Xistendale (Thixendale), Game had five carucates and six bovates for geld. The soke belongs to Huson (Housham). The Count has [it], and it is waste. Toreshou Hund' ( HUNDRED). In Turgislebi (Thirkleby, par. Kirkby-Grindalythe), Chilbert had one manor of four carucates for geld, and two ploughs may be [there]. Nigel has [it], and it is waste. In Chirchebi (Kirkby-Grindalythe), Chilbert had one manor of four carucates and a half. Nigel has [it], and it is waste. In the same vill, Torfin had one manor of twelve carucates for geld. The Count has [it], and it is waste. In Muletorp (Mowthorpe, par. Kirkby-Grindalythe), Chilbert had one manor of one carucate for geld, and two ploughs may be [there]. Nigel has [it], and it is waste. 68 In 67 Slidemare (Sledmere), Chilbert Torfin 6 had one manor of nine carucates for geld, where four ploughs may be. Nigel has [it] of the Count, and it is waste. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings. In Crogun (Croom), Milnegrim had one manor of two carucates for geld. Nigel held [it] until now, but it is the King's.69 IN Westreding (THE WEST RIDING). In Hardinctone (Arthington), Aluuard had one manor of three carucates and two bovates and a half for geld, where three ploughs may be now. Richard has [it] of the Count. One villane is there, Wood, The whole ploughing with two oxen, and there are two acres of meadow. pasturable, two quarenteens in length and two in breadth. manor, one leuga in length and four quarenteens in breadth. was worth thirty shillings; now, five shillings. T. R. E., it In Adele (Addle), the same Aluuard had one manor of one carucate 67 Orig., fo. 307 b, col. 1.-Facsimile Edit., page xx. 68 Torfin is written above Chilbert, which is underlined, as if intended for deletion. 69 See page 345, antea. VOL. XIII. "Crogun" is not assigned to the Count in the Recapitulation, but we learn from it that he held six carucates in "Schiresburne," in "Toreshon Hundret " (Sherburn, in the East Riding), a statement not recorded elsewhere in the Survey. M M The Count of Mortain. and a half for geld, where two ploughs may be. Richard has [it], and it is waste. Wood, pasturable, one leuga in length and one in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga and a half in length and one leuga in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth ten shillings. In Cucheric (Cookridge), the same Aluuard had one manor of three carucates for geld, where two ploughs may be now. Richard has [it]. Wood, pasturable, three quarenteens in length and as much in breadth. The whole manor, half a leuga in length and three quarenteens in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings; now, it is waste. In Burgheduru' (Burdon-Head), the same Aluuard had one manor, without a hall, of two carucates for geld, and two ploughs may be [there]. Richard has [it]. Three acres of meadow, and [some] underwood. The whole manor, four quarenteens in length and as much in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings; now, it is waste. In Echope (Eccup), the same Aluuard had one manor, without a hall, of one carucate for geld, which one plough may till. Richard has three acres of meadow there. Wood, not pasturable, three quarenteens in length and two in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth ten shillings; now, it is waste. Barchestone Wapentac (BARKSTON-ASH WAPENTAKE). In Cliford (Clifford), Ligulf had one manor of six carucates for geld, where four ploughs may be. Nigel has [it] of Count Robert. In the demesne two ploughs, and three villanes with two ploughs, and one mill of two shillings [annual value]. Underwood, four quarenteens in length and three in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, ten shillings. In Bramha' (Bramham), Ligulf had one manor of twelve carucates for geld, and eight ploughs may be [there]. Nigel has three ploughs there, and fifteen villanes with five ploughs and a half. The site of a mill is there. A church and a priest. Wood, pasturable, two leugæ in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. The whole manor, two leugæ in length and one leuga and a half in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth eight pounds; now, fifty shillings. To this manor belongs soke in Monechet 70 ( ), one carucate, in Toglestun (Toulston), three carucates, in Ocelestorp (Oglethorpe), one carucate, and " in Niuueton (Newton Kyme), one carucate. Together, six carucates for geld. [Strafordes Wapentac (STRAFFORTH WAPENTAKE)].” In Estorp (Hexthorpe), Earl Tosti had one manor of three carucates for geld, and four ploughs may be there. Nigel has [it] of Count Robert. In the demesne one plough, and three villanes and two bordars 70 I am unable to identify this place, which is called "Monuchetone" in the Recapitulation. 71 Orig., fo. 307 b, col. 2.-Facsimile Edit., page xx b. 72 I have supplied this heading. See Facsimile Edit., page lxxviii b. e Count of Mortain. with two ploughs. A church is there, and a priest having five bordars and one plough, and two mills of thirty-two shillings [annual value]. Four acres of meadow. Wood, pasturable, one leuga and a half in length and one leuga in breadth. The whole manor, two leugæ and a half in length and one leuga and a half in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth eighteen pounds; now, twelve pounds. To this manor belongs this soke :-in Donecastre (Doncaster) two carucates, in Wermesford (Warmsworth) one carucate, in Ballebi (Balby) two carucates, and Geureshale (Loversall) two carucates, Scitelesuuorde (Littleworth) four carucates, Oustrefeld (Austerfield) two carucates, Alcheslei (Auckley) two carucates.73 Together, fifteen 74 carucates for geld, where eighteen ploughs may be. Now, [there is] in the demesne one plough; and twenty-four villanes and twenty-seven bordars and forty sokemen. These have twenty-seven ploughs. Wood, pasturable in places; in places unprofitable. In Marra (Marr), Ulchil had one manor of five bovates for geld, where one plough may be. Count Robert has now one villane and one bordar there with five oxen. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, six shillings. In Barnebi (Barnby-upon-Don), Ulchil had one manor of two carucates and two bovates for geld, where two ploughs may be. Now, Count Robert has one plough in the demesne, and three villanes and five bordars half a plough. In Sandala (Long Sandal), Scotecol had one manor of six carucates and five bovates for geld, where three ploughs may be. Nigel has there two villanes and three bordars and two sokemen with two ploughs. Wood, pasturable, four quarenteens in length and two quarenteens and a half in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga in length and one in breadth. T. R. B., it was worth forty shillings; now, ten shillings. In Hotone (Hooton Levet), Bugo had one manor of three carucates and six bovates for geld, where two ploughs may be. Now, Count Robert has in the demesne one plough, and eight villanes and three bordars with three ploughs, and one mill of twenty-eight pence [annual value]. The whole, six quarenteens in length and as much in breadth. Now, it is worth twenty shillings. In Rodreham (Rotherham), Acun had one manor of five carucates for geld, where three ploughs may be. Nigel has one plough there in the demesne, and eight villanes and three bordars having two ploughs and a half, and one mill of ten shillings [annual value]. A priest and a church. Four acres of meadow. Wood, pasturable, seven acres. The whole, ten quarenteens in length and five quarenteens and a half in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth four pounds; now, thirty shillings. In Hotone (Hooton Pagnell) and Bileham 75 (Bilham), Earl Eduuin had one manor of ten 76 carucates for geld, and ten ploughs may be there. Richard has now three ploughs in the demesne, and twelve villanes with six ploughs, and one mill of four shillings [annual value]. Wood, pasturable, half a leuga in length and three quarenteens in 73 The Recapitulation adds" Alchelie." 74 Twenty-two and a half carucates in the Recapitulation, including "Estorp." 75" et Bileham," interlined. 76 In the Recapitulation, the Count is stated to have held ten carucates in "Hotun," and "Bileham" is omitted. The Count of Mortain. breadth. The whole, ten quarenteens in length and eight in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth eight pounds; now, one hundred shillings. In " Brodesuuorde (Brodsworth) [and]" Picheburne (Pickburn), Asi had one manor of two carucates and a half for geld, and two ploughs may be [there]. Nigel has there now one plough and six bordars. One acre and a half of meadow. T. R. E., it was worth twenty shillings; now, fifteen shillings. 79 In Tateuuic (Todwick), Rainald had one manor of twelve carucates for geld, where six ploughs may be. Richard has now one plough there, and eleven villanes and two sokemen and five bordars with five ploughs and a half. A church is [there], and three acres of meadow. Wood, pasturable, half a leuga in length and four quarenteens in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, fifteen shillings. In Haltun (Great Houghton), three sons of Hundinc had three manors of five carucates and two bovates for geld, and Godise one manor of six bovates for geld. Five ploughs may till this land. Now, Richard has one plough there, and six villanes and five bordars with five ploughs. Wood, pasturable, half a leuga in length and six quarenteens in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga in length and half a leuga in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, twenty shillings. 8la In Ternusc (Thurnscoe), Ligulf had one manor, without a hall, of seven bovates for geld. In the same vill is the soke of nine bovates for geld belonging to Sceptone (Shafton), and in Dictenebi (Deightonby Fields) two carucates five acres and a half, and in Claitone (Claytonin-the-Clay) one carucate, and Stotfalde (Stotfold) one carucate, the soke likewise belonging to Sceptone (Shafton). Four ploughs may be there. Now, Richard has there three sokemen and one bordar with two ploughs, and six acres of meadow. Wood, pasturable, half a leuga in length and three quarenteens in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth sixty shillings; now, thirty shillings. In Widestan (Whiston) and Handesuurde (Handsworth) [soke four carucates and a half ], Torchil had one manor of five carucates for geld, and seven ploughs may be there. Now, Richard has there one plough, and eleven villanes and four bordars and six sokemen with seven ploughs and a half. Wood, pasturable, three leugæ in length and one in breadth. The whole manor, two leugæ and a half in length and two leuge in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth eight pounds; now, forty shillings. In Trectone (Treeton), Ulchil (one carucate) and Morcar (two carucates) had two manors of three carucates for geld, and two ploughs may 77 Orig., fo. 308 a, col. 1.-Facsimile Edit., page xxi. 78 The original has "vel" erroneously. 79 Spelled variously Ragenal, Ragenald, Ragenild and Rainald. In 1086 Rainald held five carucates in Nunwick, near Ripon, of the Archbishop. See page 497, antea. so Perhaps the same person as Hundic, who held a manor in Raisthorpe, under the King, in 1086. See page 345, antea. 81 In this case the leuga contained, apparently, twelve carucates and not eight. Sla All these are added together in the Recapitulation so as to make 6 car. 5 acres. 82 The words within brackets are written over "Handesuurde." The Count of Mortain. be [there]. Now, Richard has there one plough, and four villanes and thirteen bordars with four ploughs, and half a mill of five shillings [annual value], and the sites of two mills; a church and a priest. Wood, pasturable, half a leuga in length and one quarenteen in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga in length and one in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, twenty shillings. In Hacstone (Aughton, par. Aston), Lepsi (six bovates) and Grim (half a carucate) and Lefchil (four bovates) had three manors of one carucate and six bovates for geld; and, in the same place, three sokemen had one carucate for geld. In this land there may be two ploughs. Now, Richard has there four villanes and three bordars with one plough and a half. Wood, pasturable, one leuga in length and eleven quarenteens in breadth.83 The whole 84 manor, sixteen quarenteens in length and one leuga in breadth. T. R. E., [it was worth] forty shillings; now, ten shillings. In Estone (Aston), Lepsi had one manor of two carucates and two bovates for geld, and two ploughs may be there. Now, Richard has there five villanes and one sok eman with two ploughs. A church is [there], and a priest. Wood, pasturable, half a leuga in length and as much in breadth. The whole manor, one leuga in length and balf [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., [it was worth] twenty shillings; now, eight shillings. In Walise (Wales), Morcar had one manor of one carucate for geld, which half a plough may till. Wood, pasturable, half a leuga in length and two quarenteens in breadth. The whole, ten quarenteens in length and six in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth ten shillings; now, it is waste. Richard has [it]. In Olleie (Ulley), Morcar had one manor of two carucates for geld, and two brothers two carucates belonging to Hactone (Aughton). These four [carucates] two ploughs may till. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, it is waste. Richard has [it]. 85 In Brantone (Brampton-en-le-Morthing), Artor, Morcar and Ulchil had three manors, each [containing] two carucates, for geld. These six carucates two ploughs may till. The pasturable wood is two quarenteens in length and two in breadth. The whole, one leuga in length and half [a leuga] in breadth. T. R. E., it was worth forty shillings; now, it is waste. Richard has [it]. In Watelage (Wheatley, par. Doncaster), Ulsi 86 and Rainald had two manors, each [containing] ten bovates and a half for geld, where two ploughs may be. In the same Watelag (Wheatley), a berewick, Ragenald had ten bovates and a half of land for geld. Land to one plough. (This entry is marked for deletion.) 83 Showing that eight quarenteens did not make a leuga in Aughton. 84 Orig., fo. 308 a. col. 2.-Facsimile Edit., page xxi b. 85 Artor the priest, a King's thane, who held in Billingley, Brampton-Byer law and Melton-on-the-Hill. 86 Ulsi, a King's thane, held in Wathupon-Dearne, and its three berewicks Eldeberge," Melton-on-the-Hill, and Wentworth. 66 |