Feet of fines for Essex.

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ContributionsEngland. Court of Common Pleas., Essex Archaeological Society.
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Feet of Fines for Essex. Volume 5. Edited by Marc Fitch and Frederick Emmison. (Oxford, ) English abstracts; with indexes of names and places.

Includes Divers, Unknown and Various Counties. [Available at: Essex Society for Archaeology and History.] Feet of Fines for Essex.

Volume 6. Edited by F. Emmison. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas. Feet of fines for Essex. Colchester, The Society, (OCoLC) Excerpt from Feet of Fines for Essex, Vol.

1 Itinerant is not always expressed. Thus many of the Essex Fines were made at St. Bride's (in Fleet Street) London, the Old Temple, Bermondsey, Winchester, York, Stratford, Chelmsford, and other : R. E.g. Kirk. A foot of fine (plural, feet of fines; Latin: pes finis; plural, pedes finium) is the archival copy of the agreement between two parties in an English lawsuit over land, most commonly the fictitious suit (in reality a conveyance) known as a fine of lands or final concord.

The procedure was followed from c untiland the considerable body of resulting records is now held at The. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Feet of Fines for Essex (Feet of Fines) by F. Emmison, JuneLeopard's Head Press Ltd edition, Hardcover. Fines and recoveries, Land tenure -- Essex, Eng Publisher Colchester The Society Collection robarts; toronto Digitizing sponsor msn Contributor Robarts - University of Toronto Language English Volume 3Pages: Feet of Fines for Essex V 1St Edition by Marc Fitch (Author), Frederick Emmison (Author) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.

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Edited by R.E.G. Kirk. Feet of fines for Essex. Edited by R.E.G. Kirk. by Great Britain Court of Common Pleas,Essex Archaeological Society, Colchester, Eng,Richard Edward Gent Kirk,Ernest F Kirk,Percy Hide Reaney,Marc Fitch. Share your thoughts Complete your review.

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Embed this book. Version. UTC About the version. About this Book/Tools Sidebar. FEET OF FINES FOR ESSEX Due to the following information being taken from the internet where a copy of the book has been converted into a pdf format, there are a number of misspellings and omissions (RG).

King John. Trin. Matilda de Oilli, dem. Robert Fitz Walter, ten. All the town of Meri with appurts. in Normandy. Foster, ed., Final concords of the county of Lincoln from the feet of fines preserved in the Public Record Office, A.D.with additions from various sources, A.D.

(Lincoln Record Society 17; Horncastle, ). Page - Joce (и/, daily for life, with arrears from 20 August. Licence, for paid by him in the hanaper, for Thomas Hemgrave, 'chivaler,'to grant the reversion of the manor of Mutford and a moiety of the hundred of Mutford, held in chief, on the 3/5(1).

Feet of Fines for Essex A Calendar of the Feet of Fines Relating to the County of Huntingdon, Levied in the King's Court From the 5th Year of Richard I to the End of the Reign of Elizabeth, Final Concords of the County of Lancaster: From the Original Chirographs, or Feet of Fines Preserved in the Public Record OfficeAuthor: Paul Moorman.

That website is providing searchable abstracts of the feet of fines, progressively to be linked to the digital images provided here. For finding aids, see the material provided on that site. The record of Tudor Fines is a historian's happy hunting ground for the minor manors and late pseudo-manors in which Essex abounded.

The present volume therefore supplements the two main printed sources, Morant's History of Essex (, reprint ) and Reaney's Place-Names of Essex (), for those partsFile Size: 8MB.

History. Foxearth is an ancient settlement in north Essex. The parish is about 7 miles (11 km) in circumference; 3 miles ( km) from Sudbury seven from Halstead, and 56 miles (90 km) from lands are very good loamy clay soil. [citation needed] Foxearth has always been predominantly agricultural, and had its own watermill that originally fell within a separate Country: England.

Buy Feet of Fines for Essex: v. 5 by Marc Fitch, F.G. Emmison from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Pages: East Essex Landowners in the 11th Century One of the ways of transferring land ownership from the 11th to the 17th century is referred to as feet of fines.

In essence this required both parties to appear before a court and enter into an legal action that. Feet of Fines for Essex V; Feet of Fines for Essex V [Hardback] Marc Fitch (Author); Frederick Emmison (Author) Regular Price: £ Special Price: £ Qty: Add to Basket.

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Save on ISBN has Feet of Fines for Essex by Frederick G. Emmison and millions of more used, rare, and out-of-print books. Essex Feet of Fines Geoffrey Kyllehog and John Kyllehog hold a tenement in villeinage in the town of Depedene (Debden) Essex.

The Story of the Sampfords [Great and Little Sampford, Essex], by Gerald Curtis. Gilbert Kelhog assessed 20½d in the lay subsidy. John Kelhog with a messuage and 2 acres. Crown copyright in the Essex Fines (part of C.P(2)/) is acknowledged. F.G.E. With the publication of this, the sixth volume of Essex Feet of Fines, the long standing ambition to see the Fines in print down to the end of the reign of Q.ueen Elizabeth I has been achieved in a few years less than a century.

Feet of Fines for Essex Volume 1. /4 Michaelmas. John and Albreda Bassingbourne and Lecia of Ankerwicke. Easter John de Bassingbourne and his wife Albreda dem., the latter by her husband, and Gerard de Manekeden, ten., 1 hide of land with appurtenances in Manekeden.

The Dem grants to the ten. Early examples of the surname recordings taken from ancient rolls include Richard Prys, in the Feet of Fines of Essex inand Jorwerth ap Reys, in the London Pleas Records of He was a Welshman, who was appealing to the land tribunal over a disputed estate.

A calendar of the feet of fines for Buckinghamshire, with an appendix, Author: Travers, Anita. Published: () Feet of fines for Essex. Published: () The land system of the New England colonies Author: Egleston, Melville. Please see "Feet of Fines For Essex, by the Essex Archaeological Society,page "; the entry speaks of a legal document which lists "Maurice, son of John de Olmestede".

I have also found reference to a "Johannis de Olmstede" who was involved with the donation of land at Little Maplestead in en: William De Olmstede, I. The place-name 'Wix' is first attested in the Domesday Book ofwhere it appears as appears as Wikes in in the Feet of Fines, and as Wiches in the Curia Regis Rolls in The name is the plural of the Old English 'wic', meaning a dairy farm.

St Mary's Church, Wix has a detached belfry, which stands in the churchyard and contains one ct: Tendring. The Essex County Smart Book Table of Contents things you need to get back on your feet once you’re there. It is specifically focused on what you’ll need to owe fines, you will probably not be able to pay these before you get out, but you should try to find out how.

Full text of "A calendar to the feet of fines for London & Middlesex." See other formats. Feet of Fines Lancashire and Military Records and my Ancestors.

In Essex where I come from, my ancestors first appear in church records in Elizabethan times in Saffron Walden which also has a castle which owned by the Bohun family as Sir Humphrey Bohun Earl of Essex was granted a licence to crenellate the castle by Edward.

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The county name Essex is recorded in the "Anglo-Saxon Chronicles" as "East Seaxe" Domesday Book of it appears as in the Warwickshire Feet of Fines forand interestingly, the modern surname is now found mainly in that county.

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Early examples of the surname include Peter de Wytham, mentioned in the Feet of Fines of Essex inand John Witham, recorded in the Subsidy Rolls of Essex. One Thomas Witham (died ) was chaplain to Ja and was superior of St. Gregory's seminary, Paris (.

John Bardevyle, at Leyndon and Estle, Essex (Feet of Fines for Essex, ) John Bardefield was one of the gentry of Essex required to take an oath against maintaining peace-breakers (Patent Rolls ) John Bardfield was Lord of the Manor of Little Thurrock, Essex.

So, the whole meaning of the name is a place of shelter for animals. Halstead in Essex was first noted in the Domesday Book of as 'Haltesteda' in the Feet of Fines of as 'Haudested' and as 'Haldstede.' The place in Kent shows as 'Halsted' in the Feet of Fines of and Halstead in Leicester as 'Elstede' (Domesday Book of ).

The surname dates back to the early 13th Century (see below), and early recordings include: William de Copeland () in the Assize Court Rolls of Northumberland, and Thomas Coupeland () in the Feet of Fines of Essex.Get print book.

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