5 edition of Feet of Fines for the County of York from 1314 to 1326 (Yorkshire Archaeological Soc Record Series) found in the catalog.
August 17, 2006
by Yorkshire Archaeological Society
Written in English
|Contributions||Michael Roper (Editor), Christopher Kitching (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
- A foot of fine levied in the year 6 Edward III (), a final concord between John le Walshe of Estchikerel, and Nicholas de Chuselden, touching rents in Estchikerel and Stoke Coillard (and the advowson of the church there), that Nicholas granted the premises to John, for life, with remainder to Roger, son of the said John, and Joan. However, from feet of fines, CP 25/1//82/33 number dated 14 May , it is known that Philip de Clanvowe and Phillippa de Baskerville were married before the date of the hearing. > It is likely that they had been married for a year or two before the court hearing which gave them the manor of Yazor.
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Thesis, University of York (), > >  Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward III, vol. 6: (), > >  Feet of Fines: CP 25/1//77, number > >  Feet of Fines: CP 25/1//30, number > >  Feet of Fines: CP 25/1//31, number > >  Feet of Fines: CP 25/1//79, number > >  Calendar of. The Ancestry of Dorothea Poyntz for Five Generations. It is most unusual that a complete four generation ancestry can be compiled for someone born in But such is the case for Dorothea Poyntz, whose known ancestry includes both parents, four grandparents, eight great-grandparents and all sixteen great-great-grandparents. A total of
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Get this from a library. Feet of fines for the county of York from to [Michael Roper; C J Kitching;]. Feet of fines are a major source for genealogy and local history.
The fine was originally an agreement made by licence of the court between parties to a law suit, but by it had become a convenient and secure means of conveying a freehold estate, establishing or breaking an entail, establishing a tenancy for life or providing for the remainder of an estate held in dower.
Feet of Fines for the County of York from to Edited by Michael Roper and Christopher Kitching. (Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, volume ; ) English abstracts; with a general index. Includes Divers Counties.
Feet of Fines for the county of York, from to Edward III. YAS Record Series Vol. Feet of fines for the county of York, from to, Edward III, ed William Paley Baildon, by Baildon, W. Paley (William Paley), ; Yorkshire Archaeological SocietyPages: If you are interested in other Yorkshire Feet of Fines publications, you can buy the Feet of Fines for the County of York from to (Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record) edited by Michael Roper and Christopher J.
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Generally these are transcriptions of medieval or modern historical documents, with an editor's introduction. Feet of Fines for the County of York, from to ().  William Paley Baildon, Feet of Fines for the County of York, From toYorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Ser, No.
 Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: vol. (), FEET OF FINES grantedthattheywillnd dailyduringthelivesofimp. 2 2 brethrenoftheprioryreceive, towit2 loaves, 2 gallonsofale andIdish of provisions (coqnine).
Ifone imp. shall die, one corrodyshallcease, and after the death of both imp., pl. shall be quit of the said corrodies. Quin. of Size: 3MB. Feet of fines explained. A foot of fine (plural, feet of fines; Latin: pes finis; plural, pedes finium) is the archival copy of the agreement between two parties in an English lawsuit over land, most commonly the fictitious suit (in reality a conveyance) known as a fine of lands or final concord.
The procedure was followed from c untiland the considerable body of resulting. Calendars of Fine Rolls Preserved in the Public Record Office, Calendars of Inquisitions Miscellaneous (Chancery) Preserved in the Public Record Office, Calendars of Inquisitions Post Mortem and Other Analogous Documents Preserved in the Public Record Office, from the Reigns of Henry III to Richard II.
Feet of Fines and the Driby Family Showing of 27 messages. Feet of Fines and the Driby Family: John Watson: Robert de Arderne figures in both the and fines alright, but it nowhere refers to him as the son of Agnes.
You have misread the fines. On the death of Alan la Zouche inhis heirs held 12l. yearly rent in. Abstracts of Feet of Fines. CP 25/1/82/29, number and his mother married Henry de Mortimer,   Lord of Chelmarsh, as her second husband.
This coupled with the death of his paternal grandfather in  led to William Devereux becoming a retainer of Born: c Explore books by Christopher J. Kitching with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ Watson, History of Halifax, p.
; Crabtree, History of Haifax, pp. referring to a survey of the manor of Wakefield made in ] This intransigence seems to have continued when n the township of Shelf paid a fine of 12d. for contempt in refusing to elect a constable.
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Alexander’s son or grandson, Henry de Montfort was holding the two knight’s fees of the honour of Gloucester in  In the time of abbot Robert of Bath abbey (), Henry de Montfort, Roger and Alexander, his brothers witnessed several charters to Bath.
 Henry died shortly before Junewhen the custody and marriage of his heirs and of their mother. Litigation is not a modern invention, and the medieval law courts contributed their fair share to the bulk of the surviving public records.
The English legal system was a complex one, and remained in a continual, and rather chaotic, process of evolution. YORKSHIRE FINES. * One asterisk signifies that the fine should be searched for in the bundle of feet of fines known as "Cities and Towns." ** Where there are two asterisks the fine will be found in the bundle known as "Divers Counties.".Inthe Earl, at the request of the King, granted them to Thomas, Earl of Lancaster, receiving other lands in exchange.
(fn. 37) Inthe Earl of Lancaster obtained quit-claims of their rights to the manors from the Bishop, William Tuchet and John de Hotot.if you are interested in applying for a special use permit to operate a short-term rental, please contact the york county planning division at () or by email at [email protected], or visit our office in the york county administration center at ballard street in yorktown.