Three Lancashire Documents of the Fourteenth and Fifteenth Centuries: Comprising: I.--The Great de Lacy Inquisition, Feb. 16, 1311. II.--The Survey of 1320-1346. III.--Custom Roll and Rental of the Manor of Ashton-under-Lyne, November 11, 1422
Chetham society, 1868 - Ashton-under-Lyne (England) - 141 pages
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Page 2 - Alice his wife and the Heirs of their Bodies, Remainder to the Right Heirs of the said Thomas.
Page 61 - William, on Monday next after the feast of the nativity of St. John the Baptist, in the year of the reign of king E.
Page ii - ... how many servi, what free-men, how many tenants in socage, what quantity of wood, how much meadow and pasture, what mills and fish-ponds, how much added or taken away, what the gross value in King Edward's time, what the present value, and how much each free-man or soch-man had or has.
Page ii - Confessor ; the present possessor ; how many hides were in the manor ; how many ploughs were in demesne ; how many homagers ; how many villeins ; how many cottars ; how many...
Page 117 - Sweet Jesu, for thy mercy's sake, And for thy bitter passion ; Save us from the axe of the Tower, And from Sir Ralph of Assheton.
Page 119 - ... that could be told him of a people, wild and extravagant enough to be attached to scenery so extraordinary. But the same worthy person, when placed in his own snug parlour, and surrounded by all the comforts of an Englishman's fireside, is not half so much disposed to believe that his own ancestors led...