Records of Kendale Vol 1by William Farrer Litt.
Edited by John F. Curwen, F.S.A.
SCALTHWAITERIGGΉ, HAY², HUTTON IN THE HAY³, AND NEW HUTTON
Ή A clearing for the shiels or huts in the hunting grounds.
² Park or hunting grounds.
³ Hut settlements in the same.
Shortly before his death, William de LANCASTRE III gave to William de MOLINEUS 40 a. land with pasture in Scaltwaitrig, worth 40s.; to William de NORDWDE, the moiety of Scaltwaitrig, worth 40s.; to the hospital of St. Leonard of Kirkeby, 44 quarters of oatmeal yearly from his mill in Patton, for the support of 2 chaplains(?); and he gave the advowson and custody of the hospital of St. Leonard to the prior of Coningesheved, Lancs. Inq., pt., I, 167-8; See also C. and W. A. and A. Soc. Transactions, n.s.x.p. 441.
1274 Robert de ROS of Werk, held at his death inter alia the farms of Schalquatrig and Hoton, the farm of tenants in the forest with Schoureshale and Oxinholme. Cal. Inq., ii, 49.
John de HALLEHEVED in goods 45s.
William his son in goods 30s.
William de ALMEL in goods 60s.
Richard his brother in goods 30s.
Robert GYLEGWEN in goods 22s. 6d.
Adam de le PARK in goods 30s.
William son of the widow in goods 22s. 6d.
Thomas de LEVENS, younger in goods 15s.
Sum of goods £22 15s., whereof the fifteenth 17s.
Hugh de le HAYE in goods 60s.
Patrick de SCHEPISHEVED in goods 45s.
John de le HOLE in goods 30s.
John his son in goods 22s. 6d.
William son of Hugh in goods 30s.
Thomas son of Kyte in goods 45s.
John de WEDREHALE in goods 45s.
Roger WODEMAN in goods 22s. 6d.
Elles de GARETHWAYTE in goods 45s.
Adam de GARETHWAYTE in goods 30s.
William DODDING in goods 60s.
Adam de HALLEHEVED in goods 45s.
Michael de HAYE in goods 60s.
William LORIMER in goods 45s.
Robert son of Hugh in goods 60s.
Denny GAMELSON in goods 41s. 10d.
Sum of goods £34 6s. 10d., whereof to the king £2 5s. 9½d.
Excheq. Lay Sub. Westmorland, 195, I A.
1334 Christiana de GYNES held at her death inter alia the hamlet of Hoton (New Hutton) where there were 13 tenants at will, who render £3 0s. 4d. (or £4 0s. 4d.) yearly, a water-mill worth 26s. 8d., a park (parcus in foris), of which the herbage is worth 30s. yearly; Inq., p.m., 8 Edw. III (I), n. 74.
- 95 belongs to the lady; the names, acreage and rents of 21 tenements are recorded; intakes named Deregaete and Warthbegarthe are mentioned; the moiety of the water-mill yeilded 13s. 4d. John de BRUGHE held Hotton Park for £8 rent; sum total £17 1s. 8d. Roll at Levens.
Ratification of the estate of John WRYGHT as chaplain of the chantry in the hospital of St. Leonard, Kirkeby in Kendale. Cal. Pat. Rolls, 1427, p. 387.
1433 In the will of Nicholas JAMES, citizen and ironmonger of London, there is a bequest of vestments to the altar of the hospital in Kendale.
Thomas PARR, knt., quit-claims to Thomas prior of Conyngesheved and the convent, his right in the hospital of St. Leonard by Kirkbye in Kendale and in all the lands, tenements, &c., annexed or belonging to the same, which the prior lately recovered by assize of novel disseisin against the said Thomas PARR, Henry WRIGHT and John WRIGHT, clerk, by the name of 2 messuages, 120 a. land, 6 a. meadow, 100 a. pasture and 10 a. wood in Scalthwaytrigg, given on Thursday before St. James the apostle, 18 Henry VI; Duchy of Lanc., Cart. Misc., ii, p. 31.
1548 For the articles concerning the hospital of St. Leonard purchased of the king's father by Alan BELLINGHAM and Alan WILSON, see Kirkby in Kendale.
Rental of the Marquis Fee: Skaltwhatrig, 9 tenants (named) pay rent of £12 5s. 0Ύd.; The Hay: 19 tenants (named) pay rent of £12 8s. 9Ύd.; Hutton in the Hay: 16 tenants (named) pay rent of £8 17s. 10d.
12 in number -- 12s. tax.
Rich SLEDDALL 1 The same 2 wald up
The same 1 wald up Robt. NICHOLSON 1
John ATKINSON 1 Edward ADDISON 2
James FEATON 1 The same 1 wald up
James FISHER 1 Tho. WILSON 1
Antho. LOWES 3 Richard DIXON 1
19 in number -- 19s. tax.
Gabriell DAWSON 1 Widd. INGERSON 3
The same 1 unerected Widd. BECKE 2
Stephen WHITRIGG 2 John WARRINER 1
James HODGHSON 1 John FAINTON 1
Tho. WARD 1 James WAUGH 1
Henry ROWLANDSON 1 Stephen WILL[IA]MSON 1
Rich BECKE 4
HUTTON IN THE HAY
10 in number -- 10s. tax.
James JACKSON 1 Edmond SAULL 1
Widd. JACKSON 1 Maryan MITCHELL 1
James MITCHELL 2 Annas MITCHELL 1
Widd. TARNE 2 Antho. MITCHELL 1
20 in number -- £1 tax.
Tho BECKE 1 Edward NEWBY 1
Mr. Roger BATEMOND 1 Rich. STORY 1
John GARLICKE 1 Tho. BECKE 1
Widd. BECKE 1 Edward WILLYSON 1
Edward HARRISON 1 Mr. Rodger BATEMOND 1
John WILKINSON 2 James BECKE 1
Henry STORY 1 Edw. TARNE 1
John WOOD 1 Nicho. TOWNSON 1
Thomas WILSON 2 Richard GARLICKE 1
1676 Marquis Fee: Skalthwaite Rigg, £12 5s. 0Ύd.; Hay, £13 3s. 3d.; Hutton in the Hay, £8 18s. 2½d. Richmond Fee: New Hutton: £10 9s. 9½d.; Roger BATEMAN for Hutton Park, £8.
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