By Sandra Raban
This is often the 1st finished learn of the 1279-80 hundred rolls, essentially the most very important assets for later 13th century England. Raban places the rolls of their old context, appears on the means during which the inquiry used to be carried out and questions even if it used to be conceived as a moment Domesday. according to the most recent wisdom of the returns, this may be an vital operating instrument for historians.
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56 Many of the texts are abbreviated and corrupt. The transcriptions are only in approximate chronological and geographical order, being grouped according to the notary public who was responsible for drawing them up. Miscellaneous documents dating from earlier in the thirteenth century, and unconnected business belonging to 1273–4, also lie scattered among them. There is no means of knowing how many recognitions may have been lost along the way, leaving our picture of the proceedings incomplete.
A. Hamilton (London, 1876), 97. A Second Domesday? 39 [Domesday entry:] In Caldecote Stric had 5 hides to the geld. Land for 6 ploughs. There is now 1 plough in demesne and 10 villeins and 2 bordars have 4 ploughs. There are 15 acres of underwood. In the time of King Edward it was worth £4, now £3. 4 [Hundred roll entry:] Lord William de Brus holds the manor and vill of Caldecote from Lord Robert de Brus for a third part of a knight’s fee and it belongs to the honour of Huntingdon. And the whole vill consists of 3½ hides of land, each hide of which contains 5 virgates of land and each virgate contains 25 acres.
Margery daughter of Nicholas de Morewyk holds one messuage and a quarter of a virgate of land by charter rendering from it per annum a quarter of a pound of pepper to the said Alicia. Ivo Carter holds one messuage and a quarter of a virgate of land for his lifetime rendering from it per annum 10s. to the said Lord William de Brus. John Faber holds one messuage with a curtilage containing a rod rendering from it per annum 6d. to the said Lord William. The prior of Huntingdon holds there half a virgate of land measured as above in perpetual alms.