2 edition of Ministers" accounts of the earldom of Cornwall, 1296-1297 ... found in the catalog.
Ministers" accounts of the earldom of Cornwall, 1296-1297 ...
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|Statement||edited for the Royal Historical Society, by L. Margaret Midgley ...|
|Series||[Royal Historical Society, London. Publications] Camden third series, vol. LXVI, LXVIII|
|Contributions||Midgley, Laura Margaret, ed.|
|LC Classifications||DA20 .R91 3d ser., vol. 66, 68|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||43004619|
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Top Full text of "Ministers Accounts Of The Earldon Of Cornwall Vol-1" See other formats. A full transcript, with apparatus, is in L M Midgley, Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall (2 vols, Camden Society, Third Series, lxvi, lxviii,) For a detailed study of the estate, see J Hatcher, Rural Economy and Society in the Duchy of Cornwall (Cambridge, ) Administrative / biographical background.
LXVIII Ministers’ Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall,Vol. II, ed. Margaret Midgley () LXIX The Letter-book of John Viscount Mordaunt,ed. Mary Coate () LXX The Gascon Calendar ofed.
G.P. Cuttino () LXXI Cartulary of. Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall - Vol. The Royal Historical Society, Camden Third Series, Vol LXVIII. Moule, T. The English Counties Delineated; or, A Topographical Description of England: Vol. George Virtue ( edition). Nance, R M (nd). A Guide to Cornish Place-Names, With a List of Words Contained in.
Ricardi le sopere. 'de 6s. de eodem Ricardo prò ingressu.' snippet from 'Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall', p Mart. le Sopere in Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall source.
a Sopper recorded in 'Clerks and Clergy in Cornwall & Devon' () from www. Cadoc of Cornwall. Cadoc of Cornwall + (only attested by William of Worcester four centuries later); Earls of Cornwall, 1st creation () Brian of Brittany (c.
– or 85), resigned c. ; Earls of Cornwall, 2nd creation (c. ) Robert, Count of Mortain (c. –), half-brother of William the Conqueror.; William, Count of Mortain (–), peerage forfeit III Mar 30 Jennifer Sherwood Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall () III Mar 33 Tony Statham Castle Mill (now redeveloped into residential apartments) 16/03/ Berkhamsted Local History Museum Society 1.
Assession Roll of the Earldom of Cornwall, page note 2 Maitland, Duchy of Cornwall, Enrolment Book (MS.). Folio volume, to Nov. 13, Special Collections. Minister's Accounts. Duchy of Cornwall. Declaration of Account of the Receiver-General of the Duchy of Cornwall, 17 to 20 Charles I.
Earldom Accts: Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwalledited by L. Margaret Midgley, Camden Society, 3rd series, (London, ). Faegersten: Anton Faegersten, The Place-Names of Dorset (Uppsala, ).
Feet of Fines (Cornwall, 2 vols, to ; Devon, 2 vols). LM Midgley (ed), Ministers’ Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall, –, vol 2, Camden Society Third Series 68 (London, ), –41, ; Calendar of Inquisitions Post Mortem, vol 3: Edward I (–) (London, ), (accessed 13 March ).
The accounts of the havener record this management, and survive in summary from the late thirteenth century, but in more detailed, separate accounts from the early fourteenth century. In focusing on the seventy years from tothis edition allows readers to trace the impact on Cornwall of such major events as the Hundred Years War.
Earldom definition, the rank or title of an earl. See more. page note 1 The Survey of Cornwall by Richard Carew,second book, fol. page note 1 Op. cit., vol. i, page note 1 The state of the prisons of England and Wales. (S) Ministers’ Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall, P-XXIV.
4/1/, Confirmation Edmund earl of Cornwall, assignment in fee simple to Walter de Cornubia his brother of land to the value of £18 in his manor of Brannel. The Jines surname is a patronymic name created from the personal name Jan, which was a Middle English variant of the name John, or as "son of Jan.".
Early Origins of the Jines family. The surname Jines was first found in Worcestershire, where they held a family seat from very early times. They were also found early in Cornwall, where a record in the Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of.
The Accounts of the Earldom,mention Henri the pipere of Trigg: his wife Joan was paying a fine of 2s 6d. The assize record of the Cornwall Eyre mentions Osbmus Le Pibith and Richare/us Le Pybyth, both of Mousehole.
A account tells of a disturbance at a Cornwall stannary in Redruth involving a man with the surname Pipere. The life of Cornwall's oldest tree that spans a staggering thousand years.
Cornwall's oldest tree has stood on the edge of Bodmin Moor for years, living through much of. Ashridge was also a pilgrimage site, as its founder, Edmund, earl of Cornwall, had presented it with some of the Holy Blood acquired in Germany by his father Richard (brother of Henry III and king of the Romans) (Sister Elspeth of All Saints' Community, "Religious Houses," in The Victoria History of the County of Buckingham, ed.
William Page. and it is hoped that Ministers' accounts of the earldom of Cornwall,Vol. I, edited by Miss Margaret Midgley, will be issued early in It was found possible to complete the preparation and printing of Medieval libraries of Great Britain, an index of surviving books, edited by N.
Ker, in the series of Guides and. Price family history starts with Robert Price, enrolled in the Minister's Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall in Price genealogy boasts such illustrious individuals as British Admiral David Price, Confederate General Sterling Price, and actor Vincent Price.
This article is about the ethnic group and worldwide diaspora. For the inhabitants of Cornwall, see Demography of Cornwall. "Cornishman". Secondly, it may be a metonymic occupational name for a shepherd or an impounder. This is from the Olde English pre 7th Century word "penn", meaning a sheep or cattle enclosure often built of stone.
John ate Penne is listed in the Ministers Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall in The name is recorded as Gamel in the Domesday Book of The surname dates back to the early 13th Century, (see below).
Further recordings include one Adam Gamel (), witness, "The Assize Rolls of Yorkshire", and Jordan Gambel () "The Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall". III Mar 30 Jennifer Sherwood Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall () III Mar 33 Tony Statham Castle Mill (now redeveloped into residential apartments) III Mar 35 Tony Statham James Osborne () V.C., Boer War III Mar 38 Christopher W.
Stupples Stupples' Dairy - a family history An extensive collection of books including numerous Breton, French, Welsh and Irish texts from the ministers' accounts in cos. Chester and Flint, (with some later memoranda), receipts for letters Cornwall, and the Earldom of Chester,and three grants of the same possessions to Prince Charles,/ XXVI, pp.
) ; the second and final volume of Ministers' accounts of the earldom of Cornwall, (Camden Third Series, Volume LXVIII), edited by Miss L. Margaret Midgley and assigned to the session ; Miss Mary Coate's Letter-book of John Viscount Mordaunt, o (Camden Third Series, Volume LXIX), also issued in respect of.
These are English surnames and the explanations are from the Oxford book called A Dictionary of English Surnames. Horrabin, Horabin, Horobin: Henrie Horerobyn DWills 1; William Horabin ib.
'Grey Rabin or Robin', OE 2 har and a pet-name of Robert. Jolyrobin SRCu 3; Agnes Greyadam MinAcctCo 4. Penney, Pennie, Penny, Penning, Pennings: Gilebertus filius Pening. The Accounts of the Earldom,mention Henri the pipere of Trigg: his wife Joan was paying a fine of 2s 6d.
 The assize record of the Cornwall Eyre mentions Osbmus Le Pibith and Richare/us Le Pybyth, both of Mousehole.  A account tells of a disturbance at a Cornwall stannary in Redruth involving a man with the surname. The Janey surname is a patronymic name created from the personal name Jan, which was a Middle English variant of the name John, or as "son of Jan.".
Early Origins of the Janey family. The surname Janey was first found in Worcestershire, where they held a family seat from very early times. They were also found early in Cornwall, where a record in the Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of. 64 Ministers' Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall, ed.
L.M. Midgley (Royal Hist. Soc., Camden Third Series, lxvi () and lxviii ()), ii, –70, PRO SC6 /1. Fines are Ministers' Accounts, ii,PRO SC6 /1 (paragraph 5). 65 Oakham, PRO SC6 /1 (paragraph 4).
Earldom of Cornwall, whose many possessions and rights it inherited, which came into existence shortly after the Norman Conquest and, in turn, was based upon the ancient Cornish Dukedom and Earldom of Cornwall which existed alongside and acknowledged 1 Notary Public/Former Solicitor, B.A.(Hons.) (OU), LL.B.
(Hons.) (Nottingham), L. English: Fleuron from book: An historical account of the ancient and modern state of the principality of Wales, dutchy of Cornwal, and earldom of Chester.
Collected out of the records of the Tower of London, and divers ancient Authors. By Sir John Dodridge, Knight. Cornwall (/ ˈ k ɔːr n w ɔː l,-w əl /; Cornish: Kernow [ˈkɛrnɔʊ]) is a ceremonial county in South West England, bordered to the north and west by the Celtic Sea, to the south by the English Channel, and to the east by Devon, the River Tamar forming the border between them.
Cornwall is the westernmost part of the South West Peninsula of the island of Great Britain. Cornwall is a unitary authority area and ceremonial county of England.  Although most historians record that Cornwall had come under the control of the Kingdom of England by the time of the Norman Conquest, and the county was included in the Domesday Book, some nationalist activists,  amongst other Cornish people, question the constitutional basis for the administration of Cornwall as.
Ancram, Earl of (S, ) - the earldom has been held by the Earls of Lothian sincewhen the 2nd Earl of Lothian inherited the Earldom of Ancram, and by the Marquesses of Lothian sincewhen the 2nd Earl of Lothian was created Lord Ker of Newbottle, Oxnam, Jedburgh, Dolphinstoun and Nisbet, Viscount of Briene and Marquess of Lothian.
The household book of Dame Alice de Bryene (Suffolk Inst. Arch, and Hist., ). Renfrew, C, ‘Alternative models for exchange and spatial distribution’, in idem, Approaches to social archaeology (Edinburgh, ), pp.
‐The first recorded spelling of the family name is shown to be that of Robert Price, which was datedin the 'Minister's Accounts of the Earldom of Cornwall', during the reign of King Edward 1, known as 'The Hammer of the Scots', - Surnames became necessary when governments introduced personal taxation.
Edward I destined for Thomas the earldom of Cornwall, which escheated to the crown on 1 Oct.on the death, without heirs, of Earl Edmund, the son of Richard, king of the Romans (Monk of Malmesbury, p.
), and some of the chroniclers (Worcester Annals, p. ; Trokelowe, p. 74) say that the grant was actually made.