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Court rolls of the Manor of Haworth

Court rolls of the Manor of Haworth

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Published by Bradford Historical and Antiquarian Society. in Bradford .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited and indexed by Clifford Whone.
SeriesBradford Historical and Antiquarian Society -- Vol.3
ContributionsWhone, Clifford., Haworth (Manor). Manorial Court.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14390379M

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HAWORTH. - pages. 0 Reviews. Court rolls of the manor of Haworth / edited and indexed by Clifford Whone. Author/Creator: Haworth, Eng. (Manor) Publication: Bradford: Bradford Historical and Antiquarian Society, Format/Description: Microformat xviii, p.

Subjects: Court records -- England -- Yorkshire Yorkshire (England) -- History -- Sources. Notes: Microfiche. Court rolls of the manor of Hales, [i.e. ] Item Preview. haworth manor This page summarises records created by this Manor The summary includes a brief description of the collection(s) (usually including the covering dates of the collection), the name of the archive where they are held, and reference information to help you find the collection.

(1) A translation of Ludshott Manor Court Rolls covering the years (71 Courts); the Rolls, though in Latin, are not the original documents but a set of copies (with occasional copyist s errors) made in the s, very possibly for the convenience of the Wall family.

A valuable appendix contains an inventory of the most comprehensive unprinted manorial court roll series arranged systematically on a county-to-county basis, detailing the repository in which they are located.

This book will serve as an essential reference tool for any serious study of medieval English rural society.5/5(1). Recorded in the Domesday Book as Eckintune, the ancient parish and Manor includes Mosborough, Bramley, Plumbley, Renishaw, Spinkhill and Troway.

Many of the records of the Manor Court have survived from the midC onwards and are mostly in the possession of of the descendants of the last Lords of the Manor.

Court Roll: Formal record of the manor court, whether in roll-form or on sheets of paper. See also: Court book, Court file, Minutes, Presentment,Verdict: court roll(s), index(es) to court rolls: Customs: Lists of customs and papers, notes and extracts relating to customs.

Used where the record is not a formal custumal. Manorial Documents noted in the Manorial Documents Register include 'court rolls, surveys, maps, terriers, documents and books of every description relating to the boundaries, wastes, customs or courts of a manor' - basically, then, they are any documents which were generated by the internal administration of a manor.

14 rows  The Court Rolls for the manor of Haworth are to be found in the Keighley Library. Audio Books & Poetry Community Audio Computers, Technology and Science Music, Arts & Culture News & Public Affairs Non-English Audio Spirituality & Religion Librivox Free Audiobook Ethics of Belief, The by CLIFFORD, William Kingdon Freedom Church Messages Kings of the Hill Podcast - A Texan & Yankee talk KOTH Life Full Circle w/Miguel Lloyd How.

Excerpt from Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield, Vol. 2: to The first volume of these Court Rolls ended with the Court held on the Vigil of St. Matthew the Apostle, that is September 20th, ; the present volume ends Author: Wakefield Manor. Court rolls record the proceedings of public, franchise, manorial and other local courts.

The principal courts were the court baron and court leet. The court baron was the court of the chief. Inthe Society established a programme to publish calendars of over court rolls of the manor of Wakefield, the originals of which, dating from tohave been in the safekeeping of the Society’s archives since ; by the end of File Size: KB.

A manorial roll or court roll is the roll or record kept of the activities of a manorial court, in particular containing entries relating to the rents and holdings, deaths, alienations, and successions of the customary tenants or copyholders. The records were invariably kept in roll form in the Middle Ages.

Handlist to a collection of parchment rolls, including records of the manors of Moulton (Cheshire), Odiham Hundred (Hampshire), Herstmonceaux (Sussex), Chartley (Staffordshire) and Onhouse (Suffolk); the descriptions include some names of lords of the manors and manorial officials.

The Court Baron eventually combined the activities of the Court Customary. Other miscellaneous records covering the workings of the manor could include rent rolls, presentments, manor accounts, minute books, estreat rolls, suit rolls, call books, maps, steward's papers, surrenders, fine books.

Index of Persons featured in Eckington, The Court Rolls, Volume IV, See also Volume V More information here. An asterisk (*) after a number denotes that the name appears in more than one paragraph on that page.

Extracts from a range of court books and court rolls, each concentrating on a different element. Interpreting the record of a manor court Advice on how to interpret the constituent elements of a typical manor court book and/or court roll, including the preamble, jury, call list and general court business.

WAKEFIELD COURT ROLLS. The Yorkshire Archaelogical Society, Record Series vol. 29, Court Rolls of The Manor of Wakefield Vol. 1 By William Paley Bailon. [In the time of Ed I and John 7th Earl Warenne] COURT at Birton, on Thursday in the feast of S.

Luke the Evangelist [Oct 18th], in the said year - Buy Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield: Volume 5, to (Cambridge Library Collection - Medieval History) book online at best prices in india on Read Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield: Volume 5, to (Cambridge Library Collection - Medieval History) book reviews & author details and more at Free delivery on Format: Paperback.lordship in /11 (Bradford Court Rolls, III, p, transcripts and translations at Bradford Archives covering,see H Speight, The Bradford manor court rolls, Bradford Antiq., new series, 3, pp ), was retained in hand by the lords of the honour of Pontefract, jurors stating in /9 that its tenants were bondmen.