Records of Kendale Vol 1by William Farrer Litt.D.
Edited by John F. Curwen, F.S.A.
HELSINGTON AND SIZERGH
Helsingetune, Dom. Book, [2 c.] 1066, Gilemichel. The vill anciently comprised the hamlets of Brathelaw (now Bradley fields), Cunswick, Tranthwaite, Routheworth, Sizergh, part of Brigsteer and the demesne of Greenriggs.
1170 William de LANCASTRE II grants to Gervase de AINECURT £15 worth of land
-80 for the service of Ύ fee in Natland and Bothelford [extending] to the brook of the gallows and to the bounds of Hoton and Stainton, with Sizaritherge, Winderg and the other Winderg, the grantor's part of Lander and that part of Socabret which Waldeve held, all which he gave for £12 10s. worth of land; and for 50s. worth of land in arrears he delivered to the said Gervase the service of Hacatorp in pledge for 50s., until he perfected the said £15 worth of land. Witnesses: Norman the sewer, Jordan the grantor's son, Gilbert the grantor's son, Grunebald, Robert de HERIEZ, Anselm, Orm son of Tore, Roger de CROFd, Roger son of [Adam, Orm son of Bernu-]if, Robert MUSTEL, William arson of Warton, John the clerk, Richard the chamberlain, W[illiam Pultyngton]; orig. D. at Sizergh.
Gillem de LANCASTRE quit claims to Gervase de HAENCURT all rents and services which he ought to perform to the grantor for his manors and lands in the county of Westmerland, in exchange for the rent of 50s. in Westmerland which Gervase has granted to the grantor. Witnesses: Norman the sewer, Robert de HERRIC, Anselyne, Orme FITZ [Thor], Roger le CHAMBARLEYN, Gillem de CROFT, Gillem le PARSON de Warton, Johan CLERK [Ri]cardyn le CHAMBURLEYN, Gillem PUTTYNGTON (French); orig. D. at Sizergh.
-86 citius poteris ad me venias paratus et militibus quotqunt habere poteris ad standum mecum in werra mea et id[eo manda mihi?] qualis et quanta tua sit milicia, persepe (?) re (?) mihi planixisti quod de parvo feodo te feoffari, pro vero scias quod si mihi fideliter servias dabo in augmentum castellum Raul cum toto honore et cum ominibus pertinentris poterimus: Written on the seal tag of a charter of John, parson of Kirkby Lonsdale preserved at Hornby Chapel Library.
-86 LANCASTER; SEE Kirkby in Kendale.
-89 tenements which William de LANCASTRE gave him as his charter testfies, "to hold of the said William MARSHAL and his heirs in fee and inheritance." Witnesses: Thomas son of Gospatrick, Gilbert de LANCASTRE, Roger de CROFT, Roger son of Adam, Henry son of Norman, Geoffrey de PRESTUN, Geoffrey son of Robert, William WALER[AN], Matthew GERNET, William de KETTOVILL, Richard son of Alard, William de BEVILL, Gamel the for[ester]; orig. D. at Sizergh.
By another charter the said Gilbert granted to the same Gervase acquittance of noutgeld of his said lands of Westmerland and Kendale, which he holds for Ύ knight's fee. For this Gervase gave Gilbert 20 m. Witness: Roger FITZ-REINFRID; ib., f, 8t.
-20 LANCASTRE, gave to the brethren of Cockersand 2s. of rent out of his land in Helsington. Witnesses: Henry de REDEMAN, Adam son of Roger, Henry DAUNAY, William son of Ketel, William de LE, William de WALTONE; Chartul. Of Cockersand, 1015.
Ralph de EINCURT, a juror; Lancas. Inq. Pt I, 166.
A day was given to William de LANCASTRE, Ralph de EYNCURT, Robert son of Utred and Henry de SYSERGH touching a plea of estovers, (The right of taking wood from an estate for reasonable purposes.) on the octaves of St. Hilary, at Leycestre; Assize R. 1045, m. 54.
Ralph de EYNCURT appeared against William de LANCASTRE of a plea that he permit Ralph to have reasonable estovers in William's wood in Barton, as he ought to have. William was attached by Roland de REVEGEL and Gilbert the Constable. Adjourned to Leycestre in Hilary term; ib., m. 55 d.
C1250 R[alph] de SIRITHERHE, son of Matthew son of Peter, releases to Ralph son of Ralph de AYNCURT, his lord, 2 acres, less 13 perches, in his croft, and 1 rood 8 perches in Scotwra on the northern side, and 1 rood in the tillage between the grantor's house and the house of the said Ralph, his lord, and all his part of Hewode, for 8 acres of land and meadow lying between the grantor's house and that of the said Ralph, his lord. Witnesses: Sir Matthew de REDEMAN, Robert de HA[S]KEBY, Walter del HAY, Rauland de RENEGIL; Dodsworth's MS. 149, f. 137 d.
-65 AYNCOURT two parts of 2 acres of his meadow in Sywirtherwe, which Ralph "my brother" formerly took from Ralph de AYNCOURT in exchange for certain lands called Ewode; to hold for a pair of white gloves or 1d. Witnesses: Sir Matthew de REDEMAN, William de WYNDESOUERE, Thomas de LEVENES, Adam GERNET; ib.
Inquest taken at Kyrkeby in Kendale on Monday after the quindene of Holy Trinity, 2 Edward I (11 June, 1274) by the oath of Thomas de LANCASTRE, Richard GILPIN, John de KENETEMERE, Roger de BRONOLVESHEVED, Ralph de PATTON, Thomas COLLAN, Benedict GERNET, Roger KAYRUS, Robert de STIRKLAND, John de MIDELTON, Roger son of William, and William son of Alexander, jurors, to make an extent of the lands of Robert de ROS of Werk, who say that the castle of Kyrkeby in Kendale with the parks, vivaries, herbage and "cista" therein is worth one year with another 10 marks; there are in Kirkeby in demesne 160 a. arable land, each worth yearly with meadow 6d. sum 66s. 7d. (sic); the vill of Kirkeby with enclosure is worth 10 marks yearly; a water-mill, the moiety thereof pertaining to this part, with the moiety of the mills of Rispeton and Appeltweht, is worth 28 marks yearly, whereof Alan de SUTTON receives 50s. yearly and Adam de LANCASTRE 20s., for their lives; the moeity of the fulling-mill of Kirkeby, formerly extended at 10 marks, is now 8 marks, as the tenants of John de BELLEWE ("de Bella Agua") in Kenetemere, who married Laderina one of the sisters and heirs of Peter de BRUS, do not do suit at the said mill as of old in Peter's time; the moiety of the mill of Patton, formerly extended at 10 marks, is now 9 marks, as William de WYNDESORES has set up a mill at Grarig to its injury in 1 mark yearly; the mill of the hospital is worth yearly 60s.; the moeity of the mill at Dylaker is worth 10s. yearly; the fishery of Fors is worth 6 marks; in the demesne of Helsinton there are 210 a. land with meadow, each worth 6d. yearly worth with the emendation of the grange, herbage of the Hay with the forest and dead wood felled, £4 13s. 4d.; farm of the tenants in Helsinton, 64s. 10d.; from geld ("golder") of sheep there, 3s.; farm of Henry the reeve of Helsinton, 20s.; the farm of Grenerig, 54s., and from "gold" there, 6s. 8d.; farm of Adam de RIBOYERS, 6d.; farm of Hagayl, £6 3s. and from "gold" there, 5s.; from a meadow called Rispetun-henge, containing 9 a., 12d. an acre yearly; from the herbage of Adam BRUN, 16s. yearly; from the farm of William [le] SAUSER, 3s. 6d. yearly; from that of Beauconquayte, 7s. yearly; from that of Stavley, 70s. yearly and from the demesne there 46s. and from "goldis" there 6s. yearly; from a close at Hoon (?), 12d. yearly; from the farm of the vill of Skirkeland, 60s., and from "golds" there, 3s.; the meadow of Leythilde, 6s. yearly; the farm of the vill of Schalquatrig, 50s. yearly; the farm of the tenants of the underwoods, 48s.; the farm of Hotun, 110s. and from "golds" there, 6s.; from the mill there, 100s.; farm of the tenants in the forest with Schewreschale and Oxinholme, £11 6s. 9d., herbage there 5 marks; from Adam son of Henry for a shieling and 2 a. land, 3s.; there are free tenants [in Kendale] who pay yearly £7 4s. 3d.; two year-old hawks, 2s.; 2 pairs of gilt spurs, 13d.; gloves, 1d.; 6 cross bows 10d.; 12 arrows 2d.; 4 lbs. Pepper, 40d.; 4lbs. cummin, 4d.; and 1lb. Wax, 6d.; the forests of Ridale with Satsondoff and Becmelbrid and Carkerdale are worth £14 13s. 4d. yearly; the farm of Gresmere with a moiety of the mill and of the fulling-mill, "goldarr" of sheep, moors, fishings and a brew-house, is worth £7 17s. 3d.; the farm of Langedon with a moeity of the mill and herbage of the forest are worth £3 18s. 8½d.; in Crostweyt there is land in demesne worth 22s. 11d.; the farm of Crostweyt with the herbage, "goldis," a brew-house and the mill are worth £11 15s. 11d. yearly; from the moiety of Aynerholm, 3s. 4d. yearly; from the farm of Adam CHEFDOR, 3s. yearly; Roger's island in Wynendemere is worth 12d. yearly; from small fishings above Kirkeby ½ mark; free tenants in Westmerland under 104s. 4d. yearly; the court of Kendale worth one year with another and formerly extended at £20, is now worth £18, being reduced in value 40s. by the pourparty of John de BELLEWE; from stallage, small herbages, pannage, honey and squirrels, 102s. Total £197 17s. 3½d. The said manor [of Kirkeby in Kendale] has fallen to the pourparty of Margaret de ROS, the last-born daughter and one of the heirs of Peter de BRUS, and is held of the king in chief; Inq., p. m. 2 Edw. I, n. 26.
-85 parcels of land in Le Howis (now Hawes) to Thomas her son, and a moiety of Le Howis lying between Kilnegilebec and Sighitherg dik (both of which flow into Kent), to each of her sons, Benedict and John. Afterwards she released to William de STIRKELAND these two moieties of Le Howis, by charter attested by Roger de BURTON, Richard de PRESTON, knights, William de WINDESOUER, Gilbert de BRUNNOLLISSHEVED, John de CAMERA, John de FORSTEWAYTH; Orig. at Sizergh.
The same William son of Robert is impleaded by Margery, late the wife of William son of Geoffrey le CLERK, of the third part of 10 a. land and ½ a. meadow in Helsington as dower; ib., m. 119 d. He calls Adam son of Robert de KENDALE to warranty; ib., 49, m. 52.
t. Edw. 1.William de STYRKELAND grants to Sir William de PYKERING all his land in
Brigster, which sometime belonged to Sir Ralph de ANECURT, and all his land in
Syggeswic, that some time belonged to the said Sir Ralph; to hold for 4s. 6d.
yearly, less 12d. due to Roger NUTTING and his heirs for the land in Syggeswic.
Witnesses: Robert de ORMYSHEVID, Thomas de DERLEY, Rouland de
THORNEBURE, William son of Patrick, Richard de SANDS (de Sabelonibus),
Benedict GERNET; orig. at Sizergh.
John called of the Chamber (de CAMERA) and his wife his land in Le Howys with 3 acres of land and meadow near Le Killinbek, which Alice del HOWYS holds for life with reversion to the said John and Sibyl, lying between Kent and the way extending towards Levenys, beginning on the eastern side next the demesne land of dame Margaret de ROS [and extending] near Le Killin bek westward, as the arable land and wastes divide, in ascending to a certain old hay, as the arable land and waste divide, and following the said hay unto Kent; to hold for a race of ginger at Christmas. Witnesses: John de ROSGILLE, knt, Robert de ENGLEYS, knt, Roger de BURTON, knt., Richard de PRESTON, knt., William de WYNDESHOUER, Gilbert de BRON[OLVISHEVED], Geoffrey de MELCANTHORP, Alan the clerk. Dated at Great Strikeland in Westmerland on Sunday afte, Michaelmas, AD 1288. Orig. in the posses. Of Alan CHAMBRER major Royal Cumberland Militia, 21 Feb., 1852. Translated by Mr. HARDING of the Duchy of Lancaster Office; copy at Sizergh.
William de STIRKELAUND, son of Sir Robert de STIRKELAUND, releases to Walter de STIRKELAUND, his son and heir, the manor of Sithiserg, 104s. 10d. worth of land in Nateland, which William reserved on the day when he enfeoffed Walter of the vill of Natelaund, with the wood of Staynton, reserving only his right of inheritance which the grantor holds by the courtesy of England. Witnesses: Roger de BURTON, Richard de PRESTON, William de WYNDISHOUER, Gilbert de BRONOLHISHEVED, Benedict GERNET. Given at Kirkby in Kendale on the feast of Holy Trinity, A.D. 1292; Orig. at Sizergh.
John son of Thomas de LEVENIS grants to Sir William, son and heir of Sir Robert de STIRKELAND, his land in Le Howes, which the grantor had by the gift of Alice his mother. Witnesses: Robert de BURTON, Richard de PRESTON, knights; William de WYNDESOUERE, Matthew de REDEMAN, John GERNET, Benedict GERNET, John de FORSTEWAYT, John de CAMERA; Orig. at Sizergh.
1300 vill of Sygrithisherg, which the grantor formerly purchased of Robert de
KENDALE. Witnesses: Sir Roger de BURTON, Roland de THORNEBURG, Simon BEWALET, their constable, Richard de GILPIN, Thomas de DERLEY, Henry the clerk; Orig. in Sizergh.
1297 Confirmation of a charter of Margaret de ROS granting in fee simple to Marmaduke de TWENGE, her nephew, the manor of Helsington with the demesne there the meadow, park, mill and tenants of Helsington, with the hamlets of Crosthwayte and Le Lyth, Aynerholum, Stavelay [with] the manor and park, Gressemer and Langeden, the island of Rogerholum, and the fishery of Wynandermer, Sattegyll, Rispeton, Fauerbank and Hogayl (except 2 tenements), with the mills of the said hamlets, a moiety of the mill of Rispeton, and certain advowsons in co. Lancaster, a moiety of the fees, rents and services of free men belonging to her of the inheritance of Peter de BRUS, her brother, a moiety of the vill of Kirkeby in Kendale and a moiety of the profit of that vill and of her free court there, of the fishery of Le Fors and of the woods of Haye, Severgh, Threlesgrope, Mountjowe and Brendewode, except 45 a. of the demesne of Helsington; Cal. Pat. R. 1297, p. 304.
1298 Walter de SKIRKELAND, Baldwin de SHEPESHEVED and Sibyl his wife recover by replevin their lands in Helsington, seized for default against Agatha late wife of Thomas de PARYS; Cal. Close R. 1298, p. 293.
William de STYRKELAND demands against Baldwin de SHEPPESHEVED ("Sheppeffeld") and Sibyl his wife £20, and against Gilbert de BRUNOLVESHEVED £12, which they respectively owed him and have unjustly detained; De Banco R., Easter, 123, m. 52.
Agnes late wife of John de WARREWYK demands against Walter de STYRKELAND a messuage and 20 a. land in Helsinton and Briggester; ib., Trin., 124, m. 68 d.
-05 the land and waste in Le Howis between Le Kilnebek and the bounds of Syressergh, his land of Syressergh, his land of Brigster and the land late Adam WARD's in Syressergh. Witnesses: Gilbert de BRUNOLVISHEVED, Robert de WESSINGTON, Roland de PATTON, William de GYLPYN, Henry de GUYP, Richard de DERLEY, Baldewyn de SCHIPESHEVED; Orig. D. at Sizergh. Small circular seal of green wax on a shield the arms of STRICKLAND. Legend; S. WILL'R DE STE[RKELAND].
Fine levied in accordance with the charter of Margaret de ROS to Marmaduke de TWENGE, respecting 39 c., the moiety of 5 mills in Crosthwaite, Le Lyth, Staveley, Gamel, Hugill, Ryspeton, Gresmyer and Langden, the manor of Helsington, except 45 a., the 4th part of the manor of Kirkeby in Kendal, except the castle, and of £16 11s. 0Όd. of rent &c and ½ fee in Stainton, Natland, Sicesedergh, Quinfell, Windergh, Hakthorpe, Trostemond, Barton, Neuby, Tyregh, Great Stirkeland, Stirkeland, Stirkeland Ketle, Rowthworth, Skelsmergh, Asthwaite, Dilaker, Hinkaster, Sledall, Preston Richard, Slegill, Lowther, Little Stirkeland, Rigmaydun; Reg. of D. at Levens, ii, f. 12.
1302 Order not to put Marmaduke de THWENG in default for not appearing in the suit in the county (court) between William de STIRKELAND and the said Marmaduke, Robert de WESSINGTON and Robert de SIGESWYK, touching the wrongful taking and detention of William's cattle, as he was in the king's service; Cal. Close R. 1302, p. 553.
1303 A coroner to be elected in place of William de STIRKELAND, who is incapacitated by infirmity; ib., 1303, p. 113.
John del HOWES releases to Walter de ESTIRKELANDE his land and tenement in Sitheserge, which he had of the gift and feoffment of Sir William de STERKELANDE, father of the said Walter. Witnesses: Richard de PRESTONE, knt., Thomas de PYKERING, Robert de WESSINGTON, Nicholas de LEYBURNE, Richard de DERLEY, Benedict GERNETTE, Baudewyn the clerk; Orig. at Sizergh.
Walter de STIRKELAND complains to the king that whereas William de STIRKELAND, his father alienated to Adam WARDE a messuage 30 a. in Helsington, parcel of the land which the same William held by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Elizabeth late his wife, daughter of Ralph de AYNECOURT, mother of the complainant, whose heir he is, against the form of the Statute of Gloucester, wherefore Walter impleaded Adam in the Bench and because Adam committed felony the tenement was seized into the king's hands. A jury find that the alienation was made before the enactment of the said statute, to hold for 1d. yearly; the tenements were taken into the king's hands by Roger de la QUISINE (de Coquina), coroner, on Thursday before the feast of St. George the Martyr, 29 Edward I, for the felony of the said Adam, viz for the death of Henry le MOUNER, slain; Inq. P. m., 31 Edw. I, n. 130.
By inquest taken at Heversham on Sunday before St. Lawrence 31 Edward I (4 August, 1303) it was found that William de STIRKELAND held a messuage and 30 a. land in Helsington before the alienation of the inheritance of Elizabeth his wife, the reversion whereof belongs to Walter de STIRKELAND, as her son and heir, to Adam WARDE in fee by the said William, who enfeoffed Adam thereof before the statute of Gloucester, to hold of William and the heirs of said Elizabeth by homage and 1d. rent. The tenements are in the king's hand for Adam's felony, in killing Henry de MOUNER, and were seized by Roger de COQUINA, coroner and serjeant of the king, on Thursday before St. George, 29 Edward I; they are worth 10s. yearly. Inquest at Heversham on Sunday after St. James; the said William held the tenements by the courtesy of England of the inheritance of Elizabeth daughter of Ralph de AYNECOURT, his late wife; Miscel. Inquis., I, 520.
-13 STYREKELAND, knt., touching right of way for the collecting and carrying of tithes of corn, hay &c. throughout Sir Walter's lands in the vill of Helsyngton and in the townfield and territory of Sirghther and Natlund, in the parish of Kyrkeby in Kendale. Witnesses: Nicholas de LAYBURN, Thomas de PYKERYNGG, Robert de ASKEBY, knights; Henry de WARTHECOPP, Robert de WESSYNGTON, Patrick de CULWEN, Thomas DAUNAY (de Alneto), John COLLAN, Richard de DERLAY; Orig. at Sizergh. Visica shaped seal of brown wax, bearing the figure of the abbot standing.
1304 William de STIRKELAND, knt., acknowledges a debt to Hugh de BURGO; Cal. Close Rolls, 1304, p. 195.
Baldwyn de SCHEPESHEVID and Sibyl his wife release to Walter de SKIRKELAND all actions by reason of detention of land in Le Howes, called Sulkorn-rydding and Great Gresgarth. Dated at Kirkeby in Kendale on Tuesday after the Epiphany, 34 Edward [I]; Orig. at Sizergh.
Licence for Marmaduke de TWENGE to grant to William de TWENGE for his life the manor of Helsyngton, the hamlets of Crosthwayt, Le Lith, Gressemere, Langeden, Scarregill (?Sapgill), Fauerbanck and a moiety of that of Rispeton, the wood of Aynerholm, the island of Rogerholm, the fishery of Wynandermere, lands in co. Lancaster (specified), with the knight's fees, rents and services of the free tenants, which the said Marmaduke held of the gift and feoffment of Margaret de ROS, the woods of Severgh, Threlegrepe, Mountjowe and Brindewode, a moiety of the wood "del Haye," a fourth part of the vill of Kyrkeby in Kendale, and the court of the said fourth part, the fishery "del Fors" and hamlet of Hogayl excepting the lands and tenements held by William son of Adam and Henry de WITHFALHEVED in the said hamlet; Cal. Pat. R. 1320 p. 445.
1323 Marmaduke de TWENGE held at his death the manor of Helsington in Kendale, the 4th part of the fishery of the Fors with the hamlets underwritten (i.e. Crosthwaite, Staveley, Hugill, Grasmere and Langdale), which manor has been burnt by the Scots, the herbage there . Renders nothing yearly; a dovecote there, which has been thrown down by the Scots, renders nothing; 86 a. land in demesne, worth 3d. the acre, yields 21s. 6d.; 5 a. meadow in demesne, worth 6d. the acre, yield 2s. 6d.; the herbage of the park there worth 3s. 4d. yearly; 10 tenants at will there .; a water-cornmill renders 6s. 8d. yearly; Lancs. Inq., pt. Ii, 147.
On Sunday in Mid-Lent, 16 Edward II, Richard BOWET came to Walter de STIRKELAND, at Syricherg in Kendale, who had the king's commission to receive to the king's peace the adherents of Andrew de HARTCLA, who wished to render themselves to his peace, and rendered himself to the said Walter, as of Andrew's household &c, and Walter received the oath of allegiance from him; Cal. Close R., 1323, p. 214.
John son of Richard .. .. .. in goods 22s. 6d.
Robert son of Alan .. .. .. in goods 30s.
Nicholas son of Henry. .. .. in goods 15s.
Thomas son of William .. .. in goods 15s.
William son of Agnes .. .. .. in goods 30s.
Robert de SCHEPISHEVED in goods 45s.
Adam CROYSEE .. .. .. .. in goods 60s.
Thomas WARD .. .. .. .. in goods 75s.
William de STAYNBALE .. .. in goods 15s.
Thomas FOREST[ER] .. .. in goods 30s.
Gillion the sowter (sutor) .. in goods 22s. 6d.
Adam DERNINGE .. .. .. in goods 45s.
Richard de LANGBERHG .. in goods 30s.
Cohun WALKER .. .. in goods 15s.
William de GYGESWYKE .. in goods 45s.
Odonell son of Richard .. .. in goods 30s.
William son of Lieoun . in goods 45s.
William WYRYCAKE in goods 30s.
Sum of goods £30, whereof [to the king 40s.]; Excheq., Lay Sub., Westmld., 195, AI.
William de TWENG, knt., granted to Walter de SKIRKELAND the waste and wood in the vill of Helsington below the sheepfold of Sir Walter towards his manor of Styritheserd, which is called Le Cotgarth; D. at Sizergh.
The same Sir William grants that Walter de STIRKELAND and his heirs may enclose the land and tenements which they have in Helsington, except Brigster, which shall remain unenclosed except such part as was already enclosed, and saying to Sir William and his fishermen right of way to the fishery of the Forsse; if Sir William's beasts stray into Sir Walter's lands in Helsington they shall be driven out without impounding, and if Sir Walter's beasts escape into his acregarths they shall be impounded until the damage be paid, if it be not towards Le Bergh (Helsington Barrows) for default of enclosure. Sir William also grants to Sir Walter and his tenants of Helsington estovers for burning, building and enclosing for Sir Walter's manor of Syresargh in the woods of Server (Server, near Underbarrow village.), Threlgrope, Mongowe (Mountjoy Wood, near Underbarrow.), Brendwode and Whitbergh, and common of pasture for their beasts of the manor of Syresargh in Le Bergh of Helsington and Lez Whytebergh, and in the woods above said; D. at Sizergh. Seal of white wax, on a fess 3 lions rampant between 3 martlets; legend : S.WILLELMI DE THENG.
1334 Sir Walter de SKIRKLAND, Nicholas the reeve and Richard WARINER are bound to deliver to the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, 3 skeps of good oat-meal for tithe of sheaves of Sigredhergh of the issue of the harvest of 1334, sold to the said Sir Walter; to be delivered at the granary of the said religious men at Kyrkeby in Kendale about Easter following, or the price thereof in lieu of the meal according as good oatmeal may be sold in the next days of the market in Kyrkeby in Kendale before the said feast of St. Peter's Chains, 1335. Dated at Kyrkeby in Kendale on Sunday next before the feast of St. Peter's Chains, 1334. Orig. at Sizergh.
John DAUNEY complained against Thomas ROKE of Stavelay, walker, and others, that they broke his close at Helsyngton, cut down his trees and carried them away to the value of £10; De Banco R., Trin., 331, m. 255 d.
1344 Robert de THWENG held at his death two parts of the manor of Helsington and lands in Kirkeby in Kendale, Crossethwayt, Staveley, Sadgill, Respeton, Gressemere, and Langden, pertaining thereto; which two parts, with the third part of the said manor and tenements, which Katherine, late the wife of William de THWENG, who still survives, holds in dower of the said inheritance, the said Robert held of the king in chief by the service of a moiety of three parts of a knight's fee and by doing suit at the county (court) of Westmorland every month; Cal. Inq., viii, 368.
Later, the said William and John stated that they were burgesses and residents in the vill and borough of Kirkeby in Kendale and that they and all there predecessors had reasonable estovers, namely housebote and haybote ("Housebote" signifies timber for repairing the dwellings, and "haybote" for repairing the fences around about the same.), in Helsington. The sheriff was ordered to summon a jury; ib., Trin., 391, m. 244 d.
Thomas de STIRKELAND, knt., Roland de THORNBURGH &c. on the commission of the peace for co. Westmorland; ib., 1361-64, p. 65.
1376 Extent made at Kirkeby in Kendale, 24 April, 50 Edward III (1376) of the value of the knight's fees &c. which belonged to Thomas de THWENGE, deceased, by the oath of John de BURGH, Patrick de SHEPPESHEVED, Robert de DOKWRA, William DAUNAY, Richard WALKER, William de GYLPIN, John CHANNON(?), Richard KAYROUS, Roger de STIRKELAND, Thomas GODMOND, Adam WARINER and Hugh GYLPIN, the said Thomas held a 6th part of a knight's fee in Wattesfeld, Helsington, Asthwayte, Howys, Dubbys, Routheworthe, Bolteston and Tyllowthwaite, which Richard KAYROUS and John del CHAMBRE held of him, worth 100s. yearly; a 20th part of a knight's fee in Sleddale, which Robert de BAINBRIG lately held of him, worth 20s. yearly; a 20th part of a knight's fee in Staveley Godmond, which John del CHAMBRE, Boldwin de SHEPPESHEVED and Thomas GODMOND lately held of him, worth 50s. yearly; a 26th part of a knight's fee in Patton, which William SLAK lately held, worth 26s. 8d. yearly; a 10th part of a knight's fee in Dylacre and Hencastre, which Peter de ROS and Thomas de STIRKELAND lately held, worth 60s. yearly and a 30th part of a knight's fee in Preston and Mareshalholm, which Robert son of Peter of Kirkeby in Kendale and Richard de PRESTON held of him, worth 40s. yearly; (Also 1Ύ fee in Westmorland and Lonsdale (particulars given). Inq. P. m., 50 Edw. III, n. 68 (Rawlinson's MS.).
1407 James PICKERINGE held the same 2 tenements that Thomas de PICKERINGE held of William de PARR, chev., at the death of John de PARR. Inq., post mort., 9 Henry IV, m. 38.
Thomas STRIKLAND, knt., enfeoffs Richard GARSDALE, vicar of the church of Kirkby in Kendale, Richard BROUGHTON, Thomas BROUGHTON and Thomas WARDE, chaplains, of his manor of Sisyssergh. Dated 10 June, 9 Henry VI; Orig. at Sizergh. Seal of red wax bearing an escallop shell surrounded by twisted rushes.
.1448 Feoffment by Richard STRIKLAND, esq., son of Walter STRIKLAND, esq., and of Isabel, Walter's wife, daughter of John OLNEY, son of William OLNEY, son of John OLNEY, son of John OLNEY, knt., and of Matilda his wife, daughter of Nicholas HAVERSHAM, to trustees of the manor of Haverssham [co. Bucks] with the advowson of the church there. Sunday after St. Matthew the apostle and Evangelist, 27 Henry VI; Cal. Of Anct. Deeds, B. 4220.
1539 Lease by William, abbot of St. Mary's York, &c. to William KNEVETT, esq., and Lady Katheryn STRYKLAND, his wife, of the tithe of corn and hay, as in the lease of 1529, for term of 70 years, namely for Croscrake and Lawkrygge, £14; for Natland and Whynfell, 66s., and for Sysyrehe, 20s. Dated 15 April, 30 Henry VIII (1539); Orig. at Sizergh.
1540c "The householde servantes of Walter STRYKELAND, esquyer, his tenandes and inhabitantes within the countie of Westmerland of his enheritance ther:
The sayd Walter STRYKLAND, esquyer,
Rowlande BECKE, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Rychard COLLYNSON, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Anthony LANGHORNE, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Nycoles KYLNER, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Robert WATSON, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Roland JAMES, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Rychard WYLSON, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Jhon SMYTHE, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Wylliam SAWKELT, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Wylliam BROWNE, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
Edward SPYSER, with horse, harnes and a bowe.
[No place named; similar lists follow for Natland, Staynton, Hincaster, Syggyswyke, Whynfell, Hacthrop and Wynder].
The hoole noumber off Walter STRYKLANDE, esquier and depute steuard of Kendall, his servantes, tenandes and inhabytantes within the countie of Westmerland of his ineritance thayre;
Bowmen hosid and harnassed 79
Bylmen horsyd and harnassed 74
Bowmen without hors harnasse 71
Bylmen without hors harnasse 76
Totalis numerus 290 (sic)
Orig. at Sizergh.
Lease by Henry VIII to Thomas SEYMOUR, knt., for 21 years from Michaelmas, 1540, for £81 5s. 5½d., of 40½ a. of glebe land in Le Kyrkefelde in the parish of Kyrkeby Kendall and tithes of sheaves of Barowfelde, late in the tenure of William COLLYNGES; Helsyngton Lathes, late in the tenure of Thomas BELLYNGEHAM, and the residue of the tithes of sheaves of the rectory of Kyrkeby Kendall, late in the hands of the parishioners at will, and the tithe of wool and lambs of the rectory, being parcel of the possessions of the late monastery of the Blessed Mary in the suburbs of the city of York, now dissolved; D. at Sizergh.
By his letters patent dated 1 July, 36th year (1544) King Henry VIII, for £137 10s. granted to Allan BELLINGHAM of Helsington, gent., the manor of Helsington with its members, late in the occupation of Thomas BELLINGHAM, gent., deceased, father of the same Alan, to hold as fully as Henry late and last earl of Richmond or John LUMLEY, knight, Lord LUMLEY, or any of his ancestors held it by the 20th part of a knight's fee, which said premises extend to the clear yearly value of £10 10s. Bar to the right or claim of William PARR, knight, Lord PARR of Horton, in the premises; MS., at Levens.
Robert PYKERYNG, gent., passed by fine to Anne KNYVETT, widow (Anne, daughter and sole heir of Christopher PICKERING, married (1) Francis WESTON knt.; (2) Sir Henry KNYVET, 3rd son of Sir Thomas KNYVET of Buckenham, knt., by whom she had issue; (3) John VAUGHAN of Sutton, co. York, by whom she had issue. See Burke, Extinct and Dormand Baronetcies, 294; Foster, Visit. Of Yorks., 121.), the manor of Barowe Halle and tenements in Brygstere, Helsyngton and Kyrkby in Kendall, co. Westmorland, and a moiety of the manor of Sedbergh, co. York; Feet of Fines, Easter term, 1 Edw. VI.
1550 Lease of tithes (as in 1540) from Edward VI to Robert TYRWHIT, knt., from the end of the term then created for 40 years at £84 18s. 6d.; D. at Sizergh.
Thomas BELLINGHAM on the day he died by his own purchase was seised in his demesne as of fee of 1 mess., in Bradeleyfeild co. Westmorland late in tenure of James LOCKEY & purchased from him; & of divers mess., cottages, lands &c in Sleddall, Swinkelbanke, Stockdale, Sadgill Sadgiltwhait & Sadgilhead lately purchased from James LAYBURNE esq.; & of those lands commons wastes &c commonly called "le Grai Cragge, Arnecrewe, Towsid, Sadgill, Sadghilhead & Sledalhead lately purchased from said Jas. LAIBURNE; & of 9 mess., in Skelsmerghe late in several tenures of William ATKINSON, Catherene BRABAN widow, Robert HARRISON, Robert BURTON, the relict of Henry JACKSON, the relict of Edmund GILPIN, Nicholas HODGSHON, James BECK & Alan GILPIN lately purchased from said James LAIBURNE; & of 2 tarns (stagnis) one called "Braban tarne" & the other called "Sibb tarne otherwise Hauerigge tarne" & free fishery in them, purchased from said James LAIBURNE; & 1 water grain mill & 2 fulling mills in Skelsmerghe now or late in tenure of said James BECK purchased from said James LAIBURNE. And 1 mess., in Fornes in parish of Overstone co. Lanc., now or late in tenure of James KIRKBIE called "Overstanerley" purchased from said James KIRKBIE.
Manor of Helsington & premises there held of Queen in chief by knight service namely 1/20th of a knights fee, worth yearly clear £12 10s. 0d. Manor of Staveley & premises in Overstaveley, Netherstaveley, Sadgill, Respeton, Fairebanke, Howgill, Hewgill, Grismyre, Langden, Potterfell, Wouflatt, Ultwhait, Raderhead, Sabergh, Crokefell, Westwood & Rogerholme & fishery in Winandermere & the tarns called Skekleswater & Grismyre, the moiety of 1 water grain mill in Respeton held of Queen in chief by knight service & are worth yearly clear £16. Premises in Tulletwhait, Underbarrow, Stricklandketle, Whinfell & Sigeswick except (preter) ther tenement in Whinfell called "le Great Ashe" are held of Queen as of "le Marques lands" within barony of Kendall by fealty only & are worth clear, viz: premises in Tulletwhait & Underbarowe 30s., premises in Stricklandketle 8d., mess., in Whinfell 13s. 4d., mes., in Sigeswick 3s., 4d. Premises in Clarethorpe Amrasse & Driebeck held of Queen as of her manor of East Grenewich in free socage & not in chief & are worth yearly clear 51s. 2d. Premises in Apulbie held of Queen as of her manor of East Grenewich in free socage by fealty only & not in chief & are worth yearly clear £7 13s. 4d. Mess., in Whinfell called "le Great Ashe" held of Queen as of her fee of "le Richmond landes" by fealty only & worth yearly 20s. Tithes of wool in Bampton held of Queen as of her manor of East Grenewich by fealty only in free socage & not in chief, worth yearly clear £3 4s. 1d. Manor of Bellingham held they know not of whom, worth yearly clear £5 0s. 0d. Premises in Powlton & in borough of Lancaster & the 1 acre in Karnefurthe & advowson of church & rectory in Warton held of Queen as of her honor of Lancaster by fealty only, are worth yearly clear viz: Premises in Powlton £4, messuage in borough of Lancaster 4s. 6d., 1 acre in Karnfurth 20d., advowson of church &c of Warton nothing. Messuage in Bradleyfeild held of William MARQUIS of Northampton in socage by fealty only, worth yearly clear 15s. Premises in Sleddall, Sleddalhead, Sadgill, Sadgilhead, Sadgiltwhait, Graicragge, Swinkelbank, Arnecrewe, Towside, & Skelsmerghe held of Queen as of "le Marquis landes" in socage by fealty only & are worth yearly clear £30 3s. 10d. Messuage in Overstone held of whom they know not worth yearly clear 20s.
Thomas BELLINGHAM held no other manors lands &c of Queen or others on the day he died, namely 5 August last (1580) without any heir male of his body lawfully begotten. James BELLINGHAM is alive & after Thomas' death he by virtue of the will of Alan BELLINGHAM deceased entered into all the manors mess., lands in Helsington etc., as in his remainder namely to him & heirs male of his body lawfully begotten according to the form & effect of the said will of Alan BELLINGHAM.
The said James BELLINGHAM is brother & heir of the said Thomas BELLINGHAM deceased & is aged 20 years 15 weeks 3 days now. Chanc. Inq., post mort., ser. Ii, vol. 191, n. 116.
Mr. STRICKLAND and his tenants of Levens, Syzergh and Brigster should enjoy such common of pasture and turbary as they had used for 50 years past within the commons, waste grounds and mosses of Levens with right of way.
For one year ensuing the fishing of the river Kent called the Force and from the Force downwards to the sea, as far as the fishing extends, shall be used and enjoyed by the said T. S. and J. B. as well as by Thomas PRESTON, esq., and Thomas STRYCKELAND of Nyanserghe, with a common net only, and not otherwise, or else the parties are to join in a law suit for the reformation of their respective rights.
James BELLINGHAM having repaired a water-cornmill near the Force, T. S. of Syzerghe alleges that the fishing there is impaired. Ordered that J. B. peaceably enjoy the same mill and that T. S. pay him 10s. for the fishing as heretofore.
Ordered that Mr. S. and his heirs ought to enjoy the two closes in Helsington called Cotgarthes and Flasbanke, paying yearly to Mr. B. 4s. for Cotgarthes and 12d. for Flasbank yearly.
Mr. S. and his tenants of Bristare shall enjoy common of pasture for their cattle upon Helsington Barrow as for 40 years past.
Mr. S. shall have such common of pasture for his cattle in Whytbarow as he has been accustomed to have.
The tenants of Sedgewike and others shall enjoy the usual pathway through Levens park; as has been accustomed for 40 years past.
Mr. B. pretendeth that the tenure of Syzargh is by knight's service holden of him and 2s. rent. Mr. S. denies both the tenure and rent. Ordered that the partied search their evidences, especially for some office found before the reign of Henry VII, and show the same on 4 Sept. following.
Mr. B. affirms that the fine of copyhold land in the manor of Kyrckeland is uncertain; Mr. S. affirms it to be 2 years' rent. Ordered that Mr. S., if not yet admitted, be admitted at the next court, paying 8s. 8d. fine, and both parties to produce further evidence on 4 Sept. next.
Ordered that all improvements made by Mr. S. or his tenants on commons where they ought to have common of pasture within 30 years past shall stand good; Orig. award at Sizergh.
Further, by his indenture dated 30 March, 37 Elizabeth (1595), by the name of Thomas STRICKELAND, esquire, of the one part and John BAIMBRIGGE of Kirbee, gentleman, and Barnabie MAYCHELL of Kirbiethure, a yeoman, of the other part, he granted to them an annunity of £3 6s. 8d. issuing from his manor, lordship or park of Nutland in co. Westmorland, to hold to the uses expressed in the will of Edward KNIPE, deceased, payable at the feasts of Pentecost and Martinmas by equal portions.
So seised of the manor of Letbye by his indenture dated 1 March, 10 James I (1613), he let to farm to William INGLEBYE, knight, a 3rd part of the manor of Letbye, alias Leckbye, to hold from Pentecost next following for a term of 99 years.
So seised of the manor of Newbye, by his indenture dated 20 May, 7 James I (1609) he sold to William INGLEBY of Ripley, co. York., knight, and Thomas INGLEBY, gentleman, the manor or lordship of Newby, to hold under condition that should Thomas STRICKELAND, knight, his heirs, etc., pay to William INGLEBY, knight, his heirs, etc., at the Circumcision of Christ (Christi), called "Newyeres daye" then next following £1100 at the Mansion house of the said William INGLEBYE at Ripley that then the indentures shall be void. So seised of the rectory of Sheareburne by his indenture dated 26 June, 9 James I (1611), he sold to George BOWLES, citizen and alderman of London that rectory, to hold under condition that should Thomas STRICKELAND, knight, his heirs, etc., pay to George BOWLES his heirs, etc. on 28 December next following £525, then the indenture shall be void. So seised of the manor of Sedbergh, he let to farm by his indenture dated 15 January, 9 James I (1612) to Richard HUTTON, esquire, serjeant at law, that manor, to hold from the Annunciation last part (25 March 1612) for 12 years, by virtue of which lease Richard HUTTON entered the manor and still is thereof possessed. So being seised of the manors, messuages, tenements and other the premises aforesaid and being indebted to divers persons in several sums of money amounting altogether to £9500 or thereabouts, as by a schedule indented, dated 6 June, 10 James I (1612), shown to jurors, more fully appears, by his indenture dated, 16 June, 10 James I (1612), made between Sir Thomas STRICKLAND of Thornton BRIGGES, co. York, knight, of the one part, and Sir Henrie WOODRINGTON of Woodrington, co. Northunberland, Sir Francis BOYNTON of Roxbye, co. York, sir Nicholas TEMPEST of Stella, co. Durham, knights, and Allan CHAMBERS of "the Hawes," co. Westmorland, gentleman, of the other part, in consid'n of £10,000 to him paid by Sir Henrie and the others, he bargained and sold to them the manors, lordships, towns, villages, hamlets or capital messuages of "Sisergh with his members, Nutlande, Whinfeeld, Stainton, Hyncaster, Siggeswicke, the West syde of Kent, and Akenthwaite in co. Westmorland, Thornton Brigges, Sedberghe, and Letbye, with certeyne small parcelles of lande in Norton and Milbye," in co. York, to hold the same for ever of the chief lord or lords of the fee, etc., which indenture was enrolled in the King's Chancery according to the form of the Statute. The said bargain and sale was under this trust that Henry WOODRINGTON and the others should pay the debts of the said Thomas STRICKELAND and for the payment, should sell and grant 5 of the said manors, lands and hereditaments or so many as to them seemed fit and that they should grant the residue to the heirs of the said Thomas.
Further they say that the manor of Siserghe is held of James BELLINGHAM, knight, as of the 4th part of his barony of Kendall by service unknown, worth yearly clear £10; the messuage, lands, etc., in Brigstere on the east side of the road which leads from Levens to Crosthwaite, are held of James BELLINGHAM, knight, by service unknown; the said messuage and premises in Brigstere on the west side of the said road are held of the said James BELLINGHAM and one John PRESTON, esquire, by service unknown, worth yearly 13s. 4d.; the messuages, lands, etc., in Hancaster are held of the king as of his manor of Kendall called "le Marques Fee" by service unknown, worth yearly clear 20s., the messuage in Awtingthwaite is held of the king in chief by knight service, worth yearly 7s. The manor of Nutland and the hamlet of Stainton are held of the king as of his barony of Kendall by knight service, worth yearly £3 6s. 8d.; the hamlet of Siggiswicke is similarly held by service unknown, worth yearly clear 40s.; the messuages, parcel of the said hamlet of Siggiswicke, lately purchased from Allan CHAMBERS, gentleman, is held of the kind in chief by knight service, namely; by a 100th part of a knight's fee, worth yearly 19s. 10d.; the manor of Whinfell is held by the king in chief by knight's service, namely; by the 20th part of a knight's fee, worth yearly £3 6s. 8d.; the burgages, crofts and lands in Kirbye Kendall are held of the king and of the said James BELLINGHAM, knight, namely, 3 parts of them of Bellingham and the residue of the king, by service unknown, worth yearly 40s., the messuage in Sleddall is held of the king as of his moiety of the barony of Kendall by service unknown, worth yearly 13s. 4d.; the messuage in Staveley is held of George GILPIN, esquire, by service unknown, worth yearly 5s.' the messuage in Crakell and 15 a. land in Lawrigge are held of James BELLINGHAM, knight, as of the 4th part of his barony of Kendall by service unknown, worth yearly 15s. 5d.; the manor of Thorneton Brigges, co. York, is held of the heirs of the Lord de MOWBREY, deceased, in free socage and is worth yearly clear £10; the 3rd part of the manor of Letbye, co. York, is held of the abovesaid heirs, in free socage, worth yearly clear £5; the manor of Newbye, co. York, is held of the heirs of William HUNGATE, esquire, deceased, as of his barony or manor of Sheareburne by knight service and is worth yearly clear £6 13s. 4d.; one moiety of the manor of Sedbergh, co. York, is held of the king as of his manor of Eastgreenwich in free socage and the other moiety of the king by service unknown, the said manor being worth yearly clear £3 6s. 8d.; the rectory of Sheareburne, co. York, is held of the king in free socage, worth yearly £5. Thomas STRICKELAND, knight, died 19 June last (1612), and Robert STRICKELAND is his son and next heir, now aged 12 years, 8 months and 2 days. Lady Margaret, late wife of the said Thomas STRICKELAND, Christopher PHILLIPSON and Elizabeth his wife; and Katherine HARDWICKE, late wife of the said Thomas HARDWICKE, still survive; Court of Wards Inq., p.m., Vol. 46, n. 141.
Anne HAWORTH, widow, late the wife of the said Walter CHAMBERS, has and holds a third part of all the lands and tenements aforesaid as dower, and still survives, the reversion thereof to the right heirs of Allan CHAMBERS. The premises in Helsington are held of the king as of his manor or barony of Kendall by knight service, namely; by the 40th part of a knight's fee and are worth yearly clear £3; the premises in Skrickland Ketle are held of the king by knight service, namely; bythe 40th part of a knight's fee are worth yearly clear 40s.; the premises in Nether Staveley are held of James BELLINGHAM, knight, as of his purparty of the manor of Staveley by knight service, which James BELLINGHAM, knight, holds his said purparty of that manor of the king in chief, and they are worth yearly clear 43s.; the burgages and tenements in Kirkbie Kendall are held of the king as of his manor or barony of Kendall in free socage and are worth yearly clear 30s. Allan CHAMBERS died 5 January, 12 James I (1615); his wife Anne survives. Walter CHAMBERS is Allan's son and next heir, aged 18 years and 4 months at his father's death, and the said Walter was married in his father's lifetime and is still married; Court of Wards, Inq., p.m. vol. 52, n. 25.
1620c Robert STRICKLAND, esq., son to Thomas STRICKLAND, Knight of the Bath, holdeth the manor of Sisergh with the appurtenances of James BELLINGHAM, knt., being part of the barony of Kendall, by knight's service, by the third part of a knight's fee or by several ancient charters, offices, rentalls and court Rolls and other evidences here in this book truly expressed more at large may and doth evidently appear and is united, annexed, placed and lyeth within the boundary, lordship and manor of Helsington, the which is held of the King's majesty in capite and by the 12th (sic) part of a knight's fee, as by letters patent etc., proving the tenure thereof in capite, etc., and he payeth yearly unto the said James BELLINGHAM, Knt., for the Hall place, manor house and site of the said manor of Sisergh, two shillings; and he holdeth under the chief messuage aforesaid, a park there called Sisergh park and demesne lands in his own hands containing about 8 score acres, tenants at will, parcels of the demesne which payeth to him six pounds six shillings, and eight pence; one freeholder which payeth yearly to him for one parcel of ground called Tranthwaite, twelve pence of rent of assise. He holdeth also divers messuages, lands meadows, woods and tenements with the apputenances, lying in Brigstear, on the east part of the way which leadeth from Levens to Crosthwaite, of Sir James BELLINGHAM, Knt., by the twentieth part of a Knight's fee; and those messuages and other the lands in Brigstere, lying on the west side of the said way; he holdeth of Sir James BELLINGHAM, Knt., and of John PRESTON, esquire, by the tenth part of a Knight's fee; and he holdeth one messuage and divers lands in Craket in Natland and 15 acres of land in Lawrig, of Sir James BELLINGHAM, Knt., of his fourth part of his barony of Kendall, by a third part of a Knight's fee, together with common of pasture of [Whit]barrow, and the fishing at the Force, as tenant [at wi]ll, for the which he payeth yearly during the pleasure of the said Sir James BELLINGHAM, Knt., 10s. . . . . 12s. and for Cobegarth, 4s. yearly . . . . . . Whinfell. Transcript made by Thomas LODGE; Reg. of D. at Levens.
1641c Robert STRICKLAND, Knt., holds the manor of Sisergh, of the lord of this manor (of Helsington) by Knight's service and renders yearly 2s..
John LAYBURNE, esq., holds the manor of Coneswicke, of the lord of this manor (Helsington), by Knight's service and renders [1lb., of pepper].
Robert BINDLOSSE, baronet, holds land in Watsfeild of the lord of this manor (of Helsington) by Knight's service and renders yearly 1s.; Reg. of Deeds at Levens Hall.
84 in number -- £4 4s. 0d. tax.
Antho PARKER 2 Willm GROWBY 1
John CLARKE 1 Robert SWAINSON 1
Ann CHAMBERS 1 John THOMPSON 4
Widd. WILKINSON 1 Widd. WILSON 4
John ROWLANDSON 1 Eliz. WILSON 4
Robert WARRINER 1 John COLLINSON 2
Peter COLLINSON 1 Mr Willm CURWEN and
Barnard MACKRETH 3 Christopher HUDSON 9
Mr Thomas SHEPHEARD 22 Mr FISHER 8
Robert SHAWE 5 Lawrence EDMONDSON 3
John BANKES 5 Myles LANGCASTER 5
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