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Abbey Abbot Adam Ainsdale Alan Alani Barton Beatae Mariae Chester Dalton Deo et beatae Gilbert Grant in frankalmoign Halcton Henrico Henry Hiis testibus Hindele Hindley Hugh John Manchester Mary of Cockersand Melling Pemberton Ricardo Ricardus Robert Roger SCIANT Thomas Willelmo Willelmus William Witnesses acquittance of pannage aliis eisiamentis ascendendo bosco bounds brethren brook canons of Cockersand carta charter clerk common of pasture common right communi pastura communione et eisiamentis concessi dedi dyke eisiamentis feodi mei feodi mei praedictae filius following frankalmoign from Richard going heirs held ibidem Deo infra has diuisas land leach liberam libere et quiete liberties nec ego omni exactione seculari omni seculari servicio omnibus aliis oxgangs pannagio perpetuam elemosinam pertinentibus pigs portion puram et perpetuam quiete ab omni right and easements road salute animae meae same scilicet sequendo service servicio et exactione side three totam terram town unto usque warantia et testibus wife yearly
Page 548 - from Esward, son of Robert de Bickerstath [to the canons of Cockersand], of a portion of his land in Bickerstath, to wit, by Wildmereford, on both sides of the road, and between Whiteleach and Orfelles unto the cross;
Page 678 - was held by the service of the fortieth part of a knight's fee, and a yearly
Page 522 - 345-676. FIFTEENTH YEAR (1896-7). Vol. 36. The Minutes of the Bury Presbyterian Classis, 1647-1657. Part I. Edited by WM. A. SHAW, MA
Page 681 - for the love of God, and the health of his soul and the souls of his predecessors and successors,
Page 711 - by the service of the tenth part of a knight's fee ; and
Page 730 - Grant in frankalmoign from Odo, son of Ingrith de Withington [to the canons of Cockersand], of a portion of his land in Withington, to wit, eight acres of land by the great ditch on the south side, as the crosses indicate; with common of pasture and all liberties and easements belonging to his fee of the said town. Any future demand upon this land to be discharged by the residue of his fee.
Page 756 - messuage to be the right of the Master and Brethren of the said Hospital, and
Page 728 - and Matthew. William de Notton is named in the Inquest of co. Lancaster, taken in 1212, as lord of Breightmet, which estate probably descended to his younger son, Matthew, whose heir I suppose to have been Avina, who married Sir William de Samlesbury