WCM 15377b                                                                         1268-1269

Account of Stubbington made by Simon the serjeant and William the reapreeve from Michaelmas 52 Henry [III] up to the Purification of the blessed Mary following.  And by Adam Dun serjeant and William the reapreeve from the said feast of the Purification up to Michaelmas 53 Henry [III]

 

Rents of assize  Simon the serjeant r.a. for 2s.9d. from Christmas term for rent of assize from Portsea.  Item Adam the serjeant r.a. for 13s.33/4d. for rent of assize from Portsea for three terms of the year.

                                                Total 16s. 03/4d.

Issues of the manor  éThe sameù[1] éAdam the serjeant and W.ù[2] R.A. for 8s. from 1 ox sold.  And for 4s.4d. for 2 stones and 2 lbs of tithe wool sold.  And for 4s.é4d.ù[3] for 2 stones of lambswool sold.  And for 20d. from small tithes that is feed of calves and lambs which remain In all. 

                                                Total 18s. 4d.

Wheat sold by Simon the serjeant  Simon the serjeant r. a. for 65s.6½d. from 14 qtrs 2 bs. of wheat sold of which 5 qtrs 3 bs. at 4s.2½d.  per qtr And 4½ qtrs at 4s.8d. per qtr.  And 4 qtrs 3 bs. at 5s.

                                                Total 65s. 6½d.  Total of qtrs 14 qtrs 2 bs.

Wheat sold by Adam the serjeant  Adam dun serjeant r. a. for 114s.6d. from 23 qtrs 3 bs. of wheat sold of which 1½ qtr at 4s.4d. per qtr.  And 4 qtrs 1 bs. at 4s.8d.  And 17 qtrs 6 bs. at 5s.

                                                Total 114s. 6d.  Total of qtrs 23 qtrs 3 bs.

rye sold  by Simon the serjeant  Simon the serjeant r. a. for 33s.9½d. from 8 qtrs 7 bs. of rye sold of which 2 qtrs 1 bs. at 3s.2½d.   And 6 qtrs 6 bs. at 4s.

                                                Total 33s. 9½d.  Total of qtrs 8 qtrs 7 bs.

Barley sold by the same Simon  The same Simon r. a. for 45s.5d. from 13 qtrs 5 bs. of barley sold at 3s.4d. per qtr.

                                                Total 45s. 5d.  Total of qtrs 13 qtrs 5 bs.

Barley sold by Adam don serjeant The same Adam r. a. for 104s.5d. from 28 qtrs 6 bs. of barley sold of which 15 qtrs 7 bs. at 3s.4d. per qtr.  And 12 qtr 7 bs. at 4s.

                                                Total 104s. 5d.  Total of qtrs 28 qtrs 6 bs.

Oats sold by Adam the serjeant The same Adam r. A. for 50s. from 18 qtrs of oats sold of which 12 qtrs at 2s.8d.  And 6 qtrs at 3s.

                                                Total 50s.  Total of qtrs 18 qtrs.

Beans sold by Adam the serjeant The same Adam r. a. for 3s.4d. from 1 qtr of beans sold.  And for 19s. from 4 qtrs 6 bs. at 4s. per qtr.  And for £6 18s. from 46 qtrs sold to Henry longus of Southampton by br Richard bataille Bailiff at 3s. per qtr.

                                                Total £8 0.s 4d.  Total of qtrs 51 qtrs 6 bs.

Peas sold by the same Adam the serjeant The same r. a. for 3s.4d. from 1 qtr of peas sold.  And for 45s.4d. from 16 qtrs of peas sold to Henry longus of Southampton by the said br Richard the Bailiff at 2s.10d. per qtr.

                                                Total 48s. 8d.  Total of qtrs 17 qtrs.

Vetches sold by the same A. the serjeant The same A. r. a. for 4s. from 1½ qtr at 2s.8d. per qtr.  And for 44s.7d. from 13 qtrs 3 bs. of vetches sold with the foliage at 3s.4d. per qtr.

                                                Total 48s. 7d.  Total of qtrs 14 qtrs 7 bs.

Wheat of Newly-cut grain The same A. r. a. for 32s. from 8 qtrs of wheat of Newly-cut grain sold at 4s. per qtr. And for 78s. from 18 qtrs at 4s.4d. per qtr.                                     Total 110s.   Total of qtrs 26 qtrs.

Rye of newly-cut grain The same r. a. for 16s.8d. from 4 qtrs of rye sold at 4s.2d. per qtr.       Total 16s. 8d.  Total of qtrs 4 qtrs.

Barley sold of Newly-cut grain The same r. a. for 37s.4d. from 14 qtrs at 2s.8d. per qtr.  And for 18s from 6 qtrs sold at 3s. per qtr.  And for 60s. from 18 qtrs at 3s.4d. per qtr.  And for 20s. from 6 qtrs sold at the same price.

                                                Total 135s. 4d.  Total of qtrs 44 qtrs.

Oats sold of Newly-cut grain  The same A. r. a. for 15s. from 10 qtrs of oats sold of Newly-cut grain at 18d. per qtr.  And for 20s.6d. from 12 qtrs of oats sold at 20½d. per qtr.

                                                Total 35s.6d.  Total of qtrs 22 qtrs.

Wheat sold remaining In a stack The same r. a. for £4 2s.4d. from 19 qtrs of wheat sold remaining In a stack at 4s.4d. per qtr by the prior’s order.

                                                Total £4 2s. 4d.   Total of qtrs 19 qtrs.

Barley sold In a stack The same r. a. for 48s. from 16 qtrs of barley remaining In a stack at 3s. per qtr by the prior’s order.

                                                Total 48s.  Total of qtrs 16 qtrs.

                                    Total of All receipt £56 13s. 53/4d.

Stock In 1 ox Bought by Adam the serjeant 10s.6d.  In 1 carthorse bought 26s.8d.  In 24 chicks Bought 8½d.              Total 37s. 10½d.

Cost of the Plough[4] In 2 steel Coulters Bought 2s.4d.  In 1 ploughshare Bought 6d.  In 4 qtrs of horseshoes Bought 5s.4d.  In 1800 nails for the Same 2s.2½d.  In the smith’s wage for making ironwork for 2 ploughs per annum 2s.2½d.  In expense of 2 carpenters for 4 days for repairing ploughs and cartshafts and repairing other small necessary items In bread 4d.  In ale 6d.  In relish 4d.  In their wages 8d.  In 2 New Harrows bought 6d.  In 6 halters made from the lord’s own [material] 1½d.

                                                            Total 15s. 0½d.

Cost of the Cart[5]In 2 pair of wheels 4s.6¼d.  In binding the said pairs of wheels with old iron 10d.  In 200 large nails for carts 2s.6d.  In greasing éCartsù[6] Carts 4d.  In 28 clouts bought 21d.  In 500 nails for the Same 6d.  In 3 pair of saddle-pads and 3 pair of collars and 2 saddles for a cart[7] 2s.4d.  In expense of 1 carpenter for making 3 cart-bodies  In ale 3½d. and relish from stock.  In his wage 6d.  In making 1 rope 2d.

                                                            Total 13s. 83/4d.

Wages In wages of 1 reapreeve 1 carter 2s. at Christmas by Simon the serjeant.  In wages of 2 ploughmen for the Same term 20d.  In wages of 2 ploughdrivers 16d. at the same term.  In wages of 1 shepherd 1 swineherd 1 cowherd and 1 dairy assistant for the same term [8] In their gift at Christmas by Simon the serjeant 5d.  Item by Adam the serjeant In wages of 1 reapreeve 1 carter from Christmas up to Easter 2s.  In wages of 2 ploughmen for the Same 20d.  In wages of 2 ploughdrivers 16d. for the Same.  In wages of 1 shepherd 1 swineherd 1 cowherd and dairy assistant 2s.  In their gift 5d.  Item In the wage of 1 carter from Easter up to Michaelmas 4s.  In wages of 2 ploughmen for the Same 7s.8d.  In wages of 2 ploughdrivers for the Same 7s.4d.  In wages of a shepherd and a swineherd for the Same 5s.  In wages of 1 cowherd and the dairy assistant for the Same 6s.  In the wage of 1 groom serving In harvest 2s.  In the wage of 2 grooms harrowing 8d.  In the wage of 1 groom looking after the beasts at bedenhauode from the feast of St John the Baptist up to Michaelmas 2s.

                                                Total 49s. 6d.

Threshing by Simon the serjeant  In threshing 260 qtrs of wheat threshed ad tascham by Simon then serjeant 43s. 4d.  that is 2d. for a qtr.  In threshing 8 qtrs of rye 16d. that is 2d. for a qtr.  In threshing 110 qtrs of barley threshed ad tascham 9s.2d. that is 1d. for a qtr.  In threshing 20 qtrs of oats 10d. that is ½d. for a qtr.  Item In threshing by Adam the serjeant 82 qtrs of wheat threshed ad tascham 13s.8d. that is 2d. for a qtr.  Item In threshing by the same A. 120 qtrs of barley threshed ad tascham 10s. that is 1d. for a qtr.  In threshing 110 qtrs of oats threshed ad tascham 4s.7d. that is ½d. for a qtr.  In threshing 70 qtrs of beans threshed ad tascham 5s.10d. that is 1d. for a qtr.  In threshing 18½ qtrs of peas 18½d.  In threshing 24 qtrs of vetches 2s.

                                                Total £4 12s. 3½d.

Dairy In Linen cloth Bought for the dairy by Adam the serjeant 2½d.  In pots 1d.  In salt 4d.  In sieves bought and repaired 2d.  In a New bucket and In binding a certain other one and the churn 4d.  In  1 tub bought 3½d.  In onions 3½d.

                                                Total 20½d.

Cost of buildings  In a tripod bought by Simon 10d.  In Binding 2 pails with iron 16d.  In 6 lbs of Tallow for candles 7½d. 

Item by Adam the serjeant In collecting 1000 thatch straws ad tascham 10d.  In the expense of 1 roofer for 15 days In ale 10d.  In relish except [from] stock 7½d.  In wages of the same 22½d. that is 1½d. per day that is for the granges and other buildings repaired in places.  Item In expenses of 2 roofers éfor covering the stacksù[9] for 4½ days In ale 9d.  In relish 5d.  In their wages 14d.  Item for supper for the said roofers 2d.  In spars 10½d.  In Expenses of 2 roofers for roofing the grange and bakehouse for 3 days In ale 3d.  In relish 2d.  In their wages 10½d.  In roofing the building Launval ad tascham 10d.  In brush for the same 3d.  In roofing a certain other building at Portsea in places 3d.  In expense of 1 vine-dresser for 12 days In ale 9d.  In relish 6d.  In his wage 18d.  In Expense of 1 carpenter for 1 week éand 3 daysù[10] for repairing the grange and making a pen and repairing the Door.  In ale 6d. Relish from stock.  In the wage of the same 9d.  In 18 hurdles for the fald 2s.6d.  In 1 barrel bought 1½d.  In 1 new bucket bought for the well[11] 4½d.  In 7 lbs of Tallow bought for candles 8½d.  In men hired to move stacks of vetches 2d.  In 1 sieve bought to make[12] 4d.  In Gorse bought for harvest 21d.  In wood Bought from Thomas la[13] Waite 48s.  Item for pasture Bought at Stamshaw 20d.

                                                            Total 72s. 7¼d.

Serjeant’s expense In expense of Simon the serjeant and visits from the feast of All Saints up to Christmas and for 3 weeks after Epiphany  In bread in portions 13d.  In ale 8s.1d.  In relish 5s.7d. 

Item In Expense of Adam the serjeant from the Purification of the blessed Mary up to Ascension.  In bread in portions 9d.  In ale 22d.  In relish 4s.6d.  In expense of the same and W. the reapreeve from the Ascension of the Lord up to St Peter in Chains.  In bread in portions 3d.  In ale 5s. because they rarely had any from the house.  In relish 5s.10d.  Item In expense of the same from the Decollation of St John the Baptist up to the feast of All Saints.  In bread in portions when they did not have livery from the house 8d.  In ale 9s. because they did not have drink from the house.  In relish for the Same [time] 4s.6d.  In Adam the serjeant’s wage 6s.8d.  Item In William the reapreeve’s wage 6s.

                                                Total 59s. 9d.

Harvest Cost  In Meat and fish for the serjeant and 4 mounted foremen for 4 weeks In harvest 10s.4d.  In bread bought for defect of the oven 2s.1½d. In ale bought for the same 24s.6d.  In fish and herring for Hired reapers and Carters In harvest 16s.4d.  In reaping Grain 39s.9d.  Given to 5 stackers for their relish for 5 weeks 3s.1½d. each 1½d. per week.  Given to 5 famuli of the house from St Peter in Chains up to Michaelmas that is for 8 weeks 5s. to each 1½d. per week.  Given to 3 famuli of the house for relish for the Same [time] 2s. to each 1d. per week.  Given to 20 tithe collectors for 4 weeks for relish 6s.8d. to each 1d. per week.  In carts hired through harvest for carrying tithe grain 18s.9d.  In 16 lbs of tallow for candles 20d.  In 12 lbs of grease for carts 15d.  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. to each 18d.  In shoeing horses of the mounted foremen 8d.  In Gloves for the same 10d.  In dishes bought for harvest 6½d.

                                                            Total £9 6½d

The lord prior’s expense by Simon In the lord prior’s expense about the feast of All Saints when he made his progress from Chichester 2és.ù[14] by tally against Henry the chamberlain.  Item In expense of the same on Monday next before Martinmas 3s.9½d. by tally against the same chamberlain.  Item In expense of the same On the morrow of St Nicholas and of W. stake and other visits 4s.4½d. by tally against the same.  Item In expense of the same on Monday next after Epiphany 13½d. by tally against the same chamberlain.  Item In expense of the same on Thursday In the following week 23d. by tally against the same.  Item In wine for him sent to the house 2s.6d. by tally.  Item In almonds for him 10s. by tally.

The lord prior’s expense by Adam In expense of the same by Adam the serjeant on Friday In the first week of Lent 2s.2d. by tally against the same chamberlain.  Item In expense of the same on Monday next after Palm Sunday 9d. by tally against the same chamberlain.  Item In expense of the same and In 1 boat hired when he crossed to the Isle 5s.7d. by tally against Peter the chamberlain.  Item In expense of the same about the Ascension of the Lord 18½d. by tally against the same chamberlain.  Item In expense of the same about the feast of St John and of the burgesses of Portsmouth 10s.7½d. by tally against the same chamberlain.  Item In expense of the same for his 3 visits In harvest In bread 4d.  In wine 12d. without tally.  In expense of the same on the day of the burial of Reginald de Histenie and going to and returning from the Isle 3s.9d. by tally against Gilbert the chamberlain.  Item In expense of the same going and returning when Mr Thomas sang his mass and for the passage 6s.1d. by tally against Richard marescallus the chamberlain.  Item In 5 mackerel bought sent to the house for the prior 18d.  In 32 mackerel Bought sent to the house other times for him and In 1 conger 3s.1d.  In 1½ sester of wine Bought sent to the house to the lord prior’s chamber by order of the same 18d.  Item other times in 3 gallons 9d.  Item In 3 gallons of wine Bought sent to the house for the lord prior’s chamber by order of the same at other times 9d. the Sunday next after the feast of All Saints.

                                                            Total 65s. 1½d.

Foreign expense In expense of br R bataille Bailiff and br. Thomas longus on Monday In the first week of Lent In bread 4d.  In wine 6d.  In ale 2d.  In Relish 5d.  Item In expense of the same bailiff and Richard Coopertor on Tuesday In the third week of Lent In bread 2d.  In wine 6d. In ale 3d.  In fish 4d.  Item In expense of the same bailiff for 2 visits and of Peter mercator for rent of Portsmouth In bread 3d.  In wine 6d.  In fish 12d.  Item In expense of the same and Henry longus and his household for beans bought In bread 8d.  In wine 9d.  In ale 2½d.  In meat 4d. besides stock.  Item In expense of the same for his 5 visits from Easter up to St Peter in Chains 5s.6d.  Item In expense of the same for his visits In harvest 6d.  Item In expense of br R. de Oxon’ subprior and of Alan de Wynton’ on Sunday In the second week of Lent In bread 1d.  In wine 6d.  In expense of br W. de Oxon’ and John Hurt and R. Wigant for a loveday at Portsmouth taken for battery of the prior’s man  In bread 4d.  In wine 6d.  In ale 1½d.  In bread Bought at Portsmouth by the cellarer’s order sent to the house 4s.

                                                Total 17s. 11d.

[foreign?] In Meat and fish bought sent to the house in the time of Simon the serjeant and Delivered to brs W. de Oxonia and W. Wateuile cellarers 9s.4½d. by tally. 

Item In Meat and fish Bought sent to the house and delivered to br W. Brian cellarer 9s. by tally.  Item delivered to the same In 1 day in Easter 5s.0½d. by tally.  In wine and fish Bought sent to Prior’s Dean by the prior’s order by Jordan de la Lighe 13s.1½d.

                                                Total 36s. 6½d.

Delivered to Sir Richard de portesye 5s. for Rent.  Delivered to Ralph de la Lighe for the same 3d.                      Total 5s. 3d.

[15]Delivered to br W. de Oxon’ bailiff by the hands of Simon the serjeant 20s. by tally.  to the lord prior 5s. without tally.  To Richard Coopertor for his robe 10s. by the prior’s order.  To William the roofer and Laurence by order of the same for roofing the church of Portsmouth 7s.8d. to br R. de Gainesburgh’ for a pittance by the hand of the same 2s. 

Item Delivered to Henry de grangia by the prior’s order for almonds 12s.  Delivered to brs R. bataille  and W. brian Cellarers £12 18s. 2d. by tally.  Item to the same 10s.6d. by 2 tallies.  Item to br R. bataille bailiff 10s. by tally.  To Credo de Goseport by the Cellarer’s order 5s.  Delivered to br W. de Oxon’ by the prior’s order 26s.8d. at St Giles’s fair without tally.  Delivered to br R. de Oxon’ subprior £4 by tally.  Delivered to Henry de grangia  by order of br R. bataille bailiff 42s. for 1 dole of wine.

                                                Total £24 9s.

                        Total of All Expense with livery £56 16s. 10½d.   And

the expense exceeds the receipt [by] 3s.43/4d.  And this            

year the manor is worth less necessary expenses in all kinds of                  expenses with all Tithe within Portsbridge £100 5s. 8½d.

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                        Issue of the Grange of Stubbington by Simon

                        the serjeant and William the reapreeve from

                        Michaelmas 52 Henry [III] up to the Purification

                        of the blessed Mary next following.  And by Adam

                        the serjeant and William the reapreeve from the

                        said feast of the Purification up to Michaelmas 53

                        Henry [III].

Issue of wheat by Simon Simon the serjeant r. a. for 3 qtrs remaining from last year.  And for 285 qtrs 6 bs. of issue of which were threshed by  famuli 25 qtrs 6 bs. 

Issue of wheat by Adam And for 90 qtrs 2 bs.  of issue of wheat by Adam the serjeant.

                                                Total of each receipt 379 qtrs

Expense  In sowing in the time of Simon the serjeant in 47½ a. by the perch of which In the field before the gate of Gilbert Ude 20a. ½r.  And In the field on the north of the courtyard 11a. ½r.  And In Brochurst 8a.  And In Jordanes Crofte 7a.  And In WestWode 1a. 1r. 19 qtrs 3 bs. that is almost 3½ bs. per acre.  In the reapreeve’s custom 1 bs.  In bread baked for Simon the serjeant and 4 mounted foremen and visits In harvest time 5 qtrs 2 bs.  In bread baked after harvest for roofers and other workers ½ qtr.  Item In the time of Adam the serjeant In bread baked for the same 3 bs.  In sale as is shown In last year’s roll in the time of Simon 37 qtrs.  In sale as is shown In this roll in the time of the same 14 qtrs 2 bs.  Item In sale as is shown In this roll in the time of Adam the serjeant 23 qtrs 3 bs.  Sent to the house and delivered to R. marescallus then granarer by the hands of the said Simon 177 qtrs by tally.  Item delivered to br R. of the bakery by the same S[imon] 24 qtrs by tally.  Item to the same R. by the hands of Adam the serjeant é64ù[16]qtrs by tally.  Given to Henry de Bromdene by the prior’s gift in Simon’s time ½ qtr.  to the rector of Warblington by gift of the same ½ qtr.  To Richard coopertor ½ qtr.  To Hugh mercator ½ qtr.  To William Biandehors ½ qtr.  To Henry de grangia ½ qtr.  To Credo de goseport ½ qtr.  To Roger Richir 1 bs.  To Henry buchard 1 bs. to the wife[17]of Richard Eylof by gift of the same prior ½ qtr.  Given to the same wife by the prior’s order 6 qtrs.  To Stephen seborþ by order of the same 1 qtr in the time of Simon the serjeant.

                                    Total 376½ qtrs.  And 2½ qtrs remain in the                                         granary.

Issue of rye by Simon Simon the serjeant r. a. for 8 qtrs 7 bs.  from all issue of rye. Total the same.  Expense In sale as is shown In this roll 8 qtrs 7 bs. and nothing remains.

Issue of Barley Simon the serjeant r. a. for 5 qtrs 2 bs. remaining from last year.  And for 172 qtrs 2 bs. by the same Simon of issue of barley of which 62 qtrs were threshed by famuli.

Issue by Adam the serjeant Adam the serjeant r. a. for 95 qtrs 6 bs. of issue of barley.  And for 1 qtr issuing from Eastney mill.  And for 1 qtr issuing from Copnor mill.

                                                Total 275 qtrs 2 bs.

Expense In sowing in the time of Adam the serjeant in 13½a. of which In Hystetone 3½a.  And In the Field where the old Courtyard was once 9a.  And In brochurst 1a. 12½ qtrs that is almost 1 qtr per acre.  In the reapreeve’s custom 1 bs.  In bread baked In harvest in Simon’s time for reapers and famuli and tithe collectors 41 qtrs.  In Livery to 1 carter éreapreeveù[18] 2 ploughmen 2 ploughdrivers for 12 months 22é½ù[19] qtrs each 4½ qtrs.  In livery to 1 cowherd 1 shepherd for the Same [time] 7½ qtrs each per month 2½ bs.    In Livery to 1 swineherd and dairy assistant and 1 harrower and In summer looking after the geese and doing other necessary tasks for the Same [time] 9 qtrs each per month 2 bs.  In Livery to W. the reapreeve from the Decollation of St John the Baptist up to Hockday that is for 8 months 3 qtrs that is per month 3 bs.  And memorandum that all the abovenamed servants took livery by the hands of Simon for 5 months.  In bread baked for Simon’s groom for 5 months 1 qtr 2 bs.  To Dogs for the Same [time] 1 qtr 2 bs.  Item To dogs by the hands of Adam the serjeant for 7 months 1 qtr 6 bs.  éIn livery of 1 groom looking after the beasts In Bere for 3 months 1 qtr 1 bs.ù[20]