2 edition of Yorkshire hundred and quo warranto rolls found in the catalog.
Yorkshire hundred and quo warranto rolls
|Statement||edited by Barbara English.|
|Series||Record series -- v. 151, Record series (Yorkshire Archaeological Society) -- v. 151.|
|LC Classifications||DA670.Y6 Y665x 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||342 p. :|
|Number of Pages||342|
Yorkshire Hundred Rolls, pp. , believes they were probably made during the period , and sees a possible context in the Quo Warranto investigations. EHR June The quo warranto proceedings of Edward I established a sharp distinction between the court baron, exercising strictly manorial rights, and the court leet, exercising the powers formerly held by the hundred court, emphasising that the ability to hold court leet depended upon a royally granted franchise.
English, Barbara (), Yorkshire Hundred and Quo Warranto Rolls, The Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, volume CLI, for years and Gooder, A. ed. () Parliamentary Representation of the County of York vol 1., Yorkshire . Barbara English is the author of The War For A Persian Lady ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), John Company's Last War ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 /5(2).
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Includes indexes. Map on lining papers. Description: pages: illustrations, map ; 23 cm. The two sets of records became known as the “hundred rolls” and the “quo warranto rolls.” This edition is the first published translation for any English county and provides a valuable source for many aspects of late 13th-century Yorkshire society.
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English. Economic Systems and State Finance. Edited by Richard Bonney. English, Barbara, ed. () Yorkshire Hundred and Quo Warranto Rolls, Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series, vol. CLI. Sutherland, Donald W. () Quo Warranto Proceedings in the Reign of Edward IOxford.
Hence the survey of the lands and possessions of the king, and the detailed investigation (commanded by the numerous articles of the inquiry) into possible royal losses.
The Hundred Roll survey is thus closely allied to Edward’s quo warranto proceedings and the investigations carried out by the general eyre. Indeed some of the articles of the eyre were re-used for the inquiry. Those hundred rolls known infrom both the Chapter House Series and the Tower Series, were published in record type inRotuli Hundredorum, Record Commission,).
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C.L.J. Book Reviews Quo Warranto Proceedings in the Reign of Edward I, %9\. By DONAL WD. SUTHERLAND [Oxfor. d University Press. x, and (index) 15 pp. 50s. net.] EDWARD I became King while on crusade and on his return in set Author: D.
Yale. Yorkshire Hundred and Quo Warranto Rolls. Edited by B. English. (Yorkshire Archaeological Society, Record Series cli.) pp. (By subscription.) The first published translation of such records for a whole county, this volume contains the texts of the hundred investigation of (taken from extracts made in ) and of the quo.
John, Trevor, ed. Warwickshire Hundred Rolls of Stoneleigh and Kineton Hundreds. Records of Social & Economic History, n.s., Oxford: Oxford University Press, Hundred Rolls and Medieval Law.
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NOTE ON ABBREVIATIONS. Among the abbreviations and short titles used the following may require elucidation: the Chapter Act Book of the Collegiate Church of St.
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(Yorkshire, ) Bargain and sale between John Ransden, Lascalles Hall and Richard Moseley, Shelley for a house in Roydhouse, 15 February /8. In according to Yorkshire Hundred and Quo Warranto Rolls, Page 68 “who have had approvers etc. (Article 26). They say that John de Oketon (the Sheriff) made one Thomas de Stivelington approver, (bailiff or steward) appeal many honest people from whom he extorted much money”.
The court rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October to September / edited and calendared by Constance M. Fraser with Kenneth Emsley. KF A2 W34 The court rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October to September / edited and calendared by Moira Habberjam, Mary O'Regan, Brian Hale; with an introd.
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