WCM 15377c 1268[-1269]
Account of Stubbington by Simon the serjeant 52 Henry [III]
Rent of assize of Portsea The same R. A. for 16s.03/4d. of Rent of assize from Portsea per annum.
Issues of the manor The same r. a. for 16s. from 3 weak oxen and 1 weak cow sold. And for 5s.9d. from 3 hides sold of oxen which died. And for 5s.3d. from 4 hides sold of oxen which died. And for 23½d. from 1 oxhide sent to Southwick. And for 3s.11d. from hides sold of 3 cows which died before calving. And for 3s. from 1½ stone of tithe Wool sold. And for 4s.2d. from 2 stones of lambswool sold. And for 22d. from small tithes that is from feed of calves and lambs which remain in all. And for 16d. from fells sold of 2 wethers and 1 ewe and 5 hoggs which died before shearing. And for 1½d. from fells of 2 wethers and 1 ewe and 1 hogg which died before shearing and lambing.
Wheat sold The same r. a. for 60s. from 15 qtrs of wheat sold at 4s. per qtr.
Rye sold The same r. a. for 46s.8d. from 14 qtrs of rye sold at 3s.4d. per qtr. Total 46s.8d.
Barley sold The same r. a. for £9 from 68 qtrs 6 bs. of barley sold of which 20 qtrs at 2s.6d. And 48 qtrs 6 bs. at 2s.8d.
Oats sold The same r. a. for 21s.8d. from 13 qtrs of oats sold at 20d. per qtr.
Total 21s. 8d.
Peas sold The same r. a. for 2s.4d. from 1 qtr of peas sold. Total 2s. 4d.
Vetches sold The same r. a. for £4 8s. 8½d. from 33 qtrs 3 bs. of vetches sold of which 2½ qtrs at 2s. And 3 qtrs 7 bs. at 2s. And 8 qtrs sold in the stalk at 3s. And 19 qtrs at 2s.8d.
Total £4 8s. 8½d.
Wheat of newly-cut grain sold The same r. a. for £7 9s. 4d. from 37 qtrs of wheat of newly-cut grain sold of which 4 qtrs at 3s.4d. curall And 29 qtrs at 4s. and 4 qtrs at 5s. Total £é7ù9s. 4d.
Barley of newly-cut grain sold The same r. a. for £6 11s. 4d. from 52½ qtrs of which 26 qtrs at 2s.4d. And 26½ qtrs at 2s.8d. per qtr And 30s.8d. from 11½ qtrs at 2s.8d. per qtr.
Total £8 2s.
Total of all receipt £38 10s. 1¼d .
Arrears from last year In payment to Simon the serjeant from arrears of last year £7 9s. 1d. In which the lord prior was bound to him after his account for last year.
Total £7 9s. 1d.
stock In 1 ox Bought 10s. Total 10s.
Cost of the plough In 1½ coulters of steel Bought 20d. In 4 qtrs of horseshoes bought for affers 5s.3d. In 1500 nails for the same 22½d. In the smith’s wage for making ironwork for 2 Ploughs per annum 2s. In 1 new Plough Bought 8d. In 2 pair of small wheels for Ploughs 6d. In 6 halters made from the lord’s own material 2d.
Total 12s. 1½d.
Cost of the cart In Repairing carts 3d. In 1 Cart-body Bought 11d. In 1 qtr of Clouts for a cart 16d. In 500 nails for the Same 7d. In a saddle and 4 Collars Bought 2s.7d. In 1 Rope and 2 pair of traces from the lord’s own Hemp 3½d.
Total 5s. 11½d.
Wages In wages of 1 reapreeve 1 carter per annum 12s. In wages of 2 Ploughmen for the Same [time] 11s. In wages of 2 Ploughdrivers 10s. In wages of 1 shepherd 1 swineherd 7s. In wages of 1 cowherd and 1 dairy assistant 8s. In their Gift at Christmas and Easter 10d. In the wage of the bailiff’s groom In harvest 2s. In the wage of 2 grooms harrowing In winter 8d.
Total 51s. 6d.
Threshing In threshing 89½ qtrs of wheat threshed ad Tascham 14s.11d. that is 2d. for a qtr. In threshing 14 qtrs of rye 2s.4d. In threshing 173 qtrs of barley 14s.5d. that is 1d. for a qtr. In threshing 134 qtrs of oats 5s.7d. that is ½d. for a qtr. In threshing 39 qtrs of beans 4s.1d. that is 1d. for a qtr. In threshing 21 qtrs of peas 21d. In threshing 52 qtrs of vetches 4s.4d. that is 1d. for a qtr.
Dairy In Linen cloth Bought for the dairy 2½d. In pots bought 1d. In 1 bs. of salt Bought 2½d. In Sieves Bought and repaired 33/4d. In buckets and Casks Repaired and Bound 4d. Total 133/4d.
Cost of buildings In 4000 stones Bought to roof the grange 4s. In 7 qtrs of lime Bought 5s.10d. In Laths 3½d. In 1000 nails for the Same 10d. In Pegs 13d. In expense of 8 roofers for the grange for stone for 7 days In bread 2s. besides bread baked In the house In ale 3s.6d. In Relish 2s.6d. In their wages 4s.5d½d. In collecting 4900 thatching straws ad tascham 4s.1d. In expense of a certain roofer for 7 weeks for roofing the granges and these buildings and stacks In ale 3s.4d. In Relish 2s. In his Wage for 35½ working days 4s.5¼d. that is 1½d. per day. In brush Bought 12d. In Expense of a vine-dresser for dressing the vine for 1 week and 2 days In ale 6d. In relish 4d. In his wage for 7½ working days 11¼d.
small necessities In 9 bs. of Coarse salt for the familia 18d. and 1 bs. of fine salt 2½d. In 3 pots Bought on St Giles Hill 4s.9¼d. In 6 lbs of Tallow for making candles 7¼d. In repairing locks 2d. In 2 forks and 1 spade Bought 2½d. In Repairing shovels and spades and axes and forks 10d. In 1 large Chest and 1 small Chest 4½d. In 1 tin sheet for winnowing 3s. In wood Bought forharvest 5s.8d. Item for pasture Bought at Stamshaw 15d. Item for pasture Bought at Prior’s Dean and at Newlands 4s.
Serjeant’s expense In Expense of the serjeant and visits from the feast of All Saints up to St Peter in Chains In bread in portions 15d. In ale 3s. In relish 6s. Item In expense of the same from the Decollation of St John the Baptist up to the feast of All Saints and of John de Colemere by portions and of other visits by portions In bread 10d. In ale 5s. In relish 3s.6d.
Cost of harvest In Meat and fish Bought for the serjeant and 4 mounted foremen for 6 weeks In harvest 11s.10½d. In bread Bought for defect of the oven 11½d. In ale Bought for them 24s.11d. In fish and herring Bought for hired reapers Carters In harvest 14s.11d. In reaping grain 45s.3d. Given to 5 stackers for Relish for 6 weeks 3s.9d. each 1½d. per week. Given to 4 famuli of the house from St Peter in Chains up to Michaelmas that is for 8 weeks 4s. each 1½d. per week. Given to 3 famuli for the Same [time] 2s. Given to 20 tithe collectors for 5 weeks 8s.4d. each 1d. per week. Item In relish for 16 collectors In the sixth week 16d. In Hiring Carts for harvest for carrying tithe grain 28s.6d. In 14 lbs of Tallow for making candles In harvest 14d. In grease for a Cart 8d. In wages of the Hayward and baker 4s. In wages of 5 stackers 12s.6d. In wages of 3 tithe collectors 5s. In wages of 17 tithe collectors 25s.6d. each 18d. In shoeing
horses of mounted foremen 8d. In Gloves for the same 10d. In the wage of 1 groom looking after horses of mounted foremen 18d. In a gift to reapers of the lady of Denmead 4d. In a gift to reapers of Sir Richard de portesye 6d. In a gift to reapers of the prior of God’s House 6d. In a gift to reapers of W. stake and reapers of Stamshaw 8d. In a gift to reapers of Eastney 6d. In dishes Bought forharvest 11½d. In Hiring 1 soupmakerfor harvest 8d.
Total £10 11½d.
Foreign expense In the lord prior’s expense on Monday next after Epiphany In bread 2d. In ½ sester of wine 6d. In ale 3½d. In fowl 6d. In Expense of the same and the rector of Warblington In the second week of Lent In bread 6½d. In wine 8d. In ale 3d. In fish 2s.4d. Item In expense of the same and the rector of Warblington after Easter In bread 6d. In wine 8d. In ale 3d. In Meat 2s.2d. Item In Expense of the same and William de balsam about Pentecost In bread 5d. In wine 4d. In ale 4d. In meat 19d. Item In Expense of the same and the rector of Warblington and W. balsam and W. stake about the feast of St John the Baptist In bread 13d. In wine 22d. In ale 2½d. In meat 16d. Item In Expense of the same on Tuesday next after St Peter in Chains 15d.
Total 17s. 2½d.
éHenceforth shall not be sent to the house to the Kitchen meat fish or anything else without a tally nor wine nor aleù
In Expense of Canons by parts and the bailiff for his visits In bread 2s.4d. In drink 4d.9d. In Relish 2s.5½d. In 18 sesters and 1 gallon of wine Bought sent to the house from the feast of All Saints up to the feast of St Hilary 18s.3d. In Meat and fish Bought sent to the house by parts from the said feast of All Saints up to St Peter in Chains 62s.4d. Item In Meat and fish Bought sent to the house and Delivered to brs W. de Oxonia and W. Wateuile Cellarers 12s.0½d. by tally. Item In Seacoal Bought sent to the house by four parts 9s.6d. In almonds Bought for the Prior that is 12 lbs 3s. In shoeing Sir Robert Walerand’s horse at Portsmouth twice 9d. Item In ale Bought at Portsmouth sent to the house 14s.9d.
Total £6 10s. 2d.
Payment for rent Delivered to Sir Richard de portesye for rent 5s.
Payment Paid to br W. de Oxonia bailiff 6s.8d. by tally. Item Paid to the Same 33s.4d. by another tally. Item by order of the same Paid to Roger Richir for herring 9s.9d. Item Paid to the lord prior on his way to the Isle 2s. Item to the Same at Christmas 5s. Item Paid to Sir Henry Corbin on his way to the Isle 6d. Item Paid to the Clerk of the Inquest for reading the Charter 2s. éPaid to br W. Wateuile 20s.ù Paid to Stephen seborghe vintner 20s.
Total of the Total Expense With Payments
£39 13s. 1¼d. éAnd thus the lord owes
the serjeant 23s.ù
éThis manor is worth this year in all issues less necessary expenses £84 7s. 1¼d. With all tithe this side of the bridge.
And it was Calculated on the Morrow of St Edmund the Archbishop on Saturdayù
Issue of the Grange of Stubbington 52 Henry [III]
Issue of wheat
The same r. a. for 5 bs. remaining from last year. And for 320 qtrs 6 bs. from total issue of wheat.
Total 321 qtrs 3 bs.
éHenceforth the Demesne shall be tithed for all sort of grainù
In sowing 59a. of land by the perch of which 7a. and 1r. and ¼r. In histetone and 3a. ½r. in CristineCrofte And 4a. 13/4r. In La brodecrofte. And 3½a. 1½r. In La methe. And 10½a. 1r. In brochurst and In WestWode ½a. and 20½a. 1r. where once was the old Courtyard. And ½a.1r. In La Norþere hamme and 7½a. ¼r. In la marlcrofte 24qtrs 6 bs. that is almost 3½ bs. per acre. In the reapreeve’s Custom 1 bs. In bread baked for the serjeant and 4 mounted foremen and visits In harvest 3 qtrs 6 bs. Item In bread baked after harvest for the bailiff and the roofers and other workers In winter and In summer 1 qtr 6 bs. In sale as is shown in last year’s roll 60 qtrs. In sale as is shown In this roll 15 qtrs. Item Sent to the house and delivered to Richard the marshall 200 qtrs by tally. Item Delivered to br R. de Bertona for seed 3½ qtrs. Given to the wifeof Richard Eylof by the prior’s order 8 qtrs. to the rector of Warblington by gift of the same ½ qtr. to the wifeof H. de Grangia by the bailiff’s gift ½ qtr. To Credus de Gaseport’ by gift of the same ½ qtr.
Total 318 qtrs 3 bs. and 3 qtrs remain In