WCM 15383 1351-1352
Stubbington Account there 1351 the year Beginning at the Gule of August
Arrears The same answers for £6 4s.7½d. from arrears of the last account. Total £6 4s.7½d.
Rents of assize John de Bromdon’ serjeant there answers for 31s.23/4d. received from all rent of assize from Kingston for Michaelmas term. éAnd for 4s.5½d.ù For 4s.5½d. from rent of Thomas Hughesone for Michaelmas term at Portsmouth nothing because the tenement in the lord’s hand as it is said éand is occupied by no-oneù éAnd for 2s.4d.ù For 2s.4d. from rent of Robert Goldesmyth’s Widow there énothing for the said reasonù éAnd for 7d.ù For 7d. from rent of Ralph Wymond’ there énothing for the said reasonù éAnd for 4½d.ù For 4½d. from rent of John Wytewode there énothing for the said reasonù. éAnd for 16½d.ù For 16½d. from rent of Ralph Russel there énothing for the said reasonù éAnd for 1½d.ù éFor 1½d.ù of rent of John Aumory there énothing for the said reasonù And for 2d. received from rent of a certain cottage opposite the Cemetery there this year and not more rent there that is of 103s.113/4d. except éfor rentù pardoned because the said tenements of which the said Rent comes lately burnt down are not yet rebuilt nor can anything be done to repair them for distraint. And for 7d. received from rent of Robert Batayle at Easter term this year.
Total 41s. 23/4d.
Issues of the manor And from pasture in hulle nothing because it is sown with wheat this year. From pasture of margerycroft and hammes nothing because it is sown with wheat this year. From pasture in Jurdaneslond nothing because it is depastured by the lord’s lambs. From pasture in Bradecroft nothing because it is sown with barley this year. From tithe of wool of Eastney nothing this year. And for 6d. from small tithes there. And for 12d. from tithe Cheese there this year. From tithe of the mill of Eastney and Hokkeshore nothing because they did not pay this year. From tithe of the mill of Stephen atte mulle nothing because it is not yet repaired. From tithe of Abram’s mill nothing here because by the bailiff.
Sale of stock And for 7s. from 1 ox sold. And for 6s. from 9 keb wethers sold before shearing. And for 26s.3d. received from 1 wey of Harvest cheese 1½ wey of Summer cheese. And 6 claves of Butter sold at 10s. per wey. And for 12d. from milk sold in winter. And for 2s. from hides sold of 1 cow 2 steers/heiffers 1 calf which died.
Sale of grain And for 5s.6d. received from 6 bs. of wheat sold at 11d. per bs. And for £7 11s.10½d. received from 22 qtrs 6 bs. 1 peck of wheat sold at 6s.8d. per qtr. And for 18d. from 3 bs. of oats sold. And for 12d. from 2 bs. of beans sold.
Total £7 19s. 10½d.
Total £7 8s. 2d.
Sales after the account And for 12s. received from several items sold after the account.
Total of all receipt with arrears £26 9s. 73/4d.
Payment of Rent From which in rent paid to the Court of Portsea for land of Brokhurst for Michaelmas term é5s.ù and to the lord King for several tenements within the liberty of Portsmouth for the said term 36s.2é¼ùd. In 3 lbs of pepper bought and paid to the lord King 4s. In 4 lbs of wax bought for the rector of Farlington nothing here because by the Prior éin wax this yearù éIn lapsed rent of several tenements of Kingston from which nothing can be levied this year 23s.23/4d.ù
Cost of ploughs In iron and steel bought for ironwork of 2 ploughs this year 6s. éso much for the high price of iron by reason of the pestilenceù In the smith’s wage for repairing the same 3s.4d. In 1 new plough bought 12d. In 2 pair of Wheels bought for ploughs 16d. In 2 iron plates bought for ploughs 12d. In shoeing é3ù carthorses and 4 affers per annum 11s.
Total 24s. 8d.
Cost of carts In 6 clouts bought for carts é12d.ù In 2 pair of traces bought 14d. In 4 collars bought 4s.4d. In 1 new rope bought for a cart 14d. In 1 saddle pad bought for a cart saddle 11d. In white leather bought for repairing harness 2s. In nails and clamps for carts together éwithù plates for binding 1 old cart 22d. In ropes bought for tying horses and halters 18d.
Total 13s. 11d.
Cost of the dairy In 3 bs. of salt bought for the Dairy 3s. In 7 hurdles bought for the fold 14d. In cloth bought for wrapping cheeses 7d. In earthen pots bought for the Dairy 3d. In 2 gallons of tar bought for treating sheep 20d. In grease bought for the same 10d. In washing and shearing ewes this year 3s.
Total 10s. 6d.
Necessaries In 3 bs. of salt bought for broth for the famuli 3s. In making é3ù qtrs of oats into meal 4d. In 1 hinge bought for a door 3d. In pasture bought for oxen and two-year olds this year 6s. In expenses of 1 roofer of stone roofing the grange and the Dovecote and the chancel of [the church of] Portsmouth for 18 days 2s.3d. 1½d. per day. In courtesy given to the same by the bailiff’s order 6d. In 4 sacks bought 4s.1½d. In 1 trivet bought 14d. In 1000 lathnails bought 18d.
Total 19s. 1½d.
Weeding In weeding of grain this year 11s.6d.
Purchase of grain In 6 qtrs 5 bs. 1 peck of barley bought for livery to the famuli 33s.3d. 5s per qtr.
Total 33s. 3d.
Threshing In threshing ad thascham 104 qtrs 2 bs. of wheat 5 qtrs 7 bs. of Curall 27s.6d. 3d. for a qtr. In threshing ad thascham 56 qtrs 5 bs. of barley 7 qtrs of beans 7 qtrs 7 bs. of peas and 7 qtrs of vetches 16s.4¼d. 2½d. for a qtr. In threshing ad thascham 21 qtrs of dredge 3s.6d. 2d. for a qtr. In threshing ad thascham 19 qtrs 3 bs. of oats 2s.5d. 1½d. for a qtr.
Total 49s. 9¼d.
Reaping of grain In reaping and binding ad thascham 51a. of wheat 21a. of barley 6½a. of Dredge 12a. of oats 4a. of beans 9a. of peas and 2a. of vetches 61s.6d. 7d. for an acre and 3d. more overall. Except for 64 men reaping being at the manorial table this year as for 1 day for whom deduction 8s. each 1½d. per day. And thus the deduction of each acre this year 8d. but 9½d. less overall.
Total 61s. 6d.
Harvest Cost In expenses of the said serjeant 1 hayward 1 cook and baker 1 Reapreeve 4 mounted foremen 1 stacker 2 carters of the house 1 carter hired for 2 weeks 1 foot worker for 5 weeks in Harvest together with expenses of the said é64ùmen for 1 day as above as in meat fish and herring 13s. In 1 Dole of cider bought 15s. and they have from stock 4 qtrs of wheat 8é½ù qtrs of malt 3 pig carcasses 2 geese 15 claves of Cheese as over. Item 1 ox carcass coming from Southwick and 11 kebbs from stock as over. In 9 lbs of candles bought 18d. In dishes and plates bought 3d. In relish for 2 ploughmen and 2 ploughdrivers for 8 weeks in Harvest 4s. to each 1½d. per week. And for 1 shepherd 1 cowherd 1 swineherd and 1 Dairy assistant for the same [time] 2s.8d. to each 1d. per week. In 4 pairs of gloves bought for the mounted foremen 8d. In Courtesy given to the good men of the parish this year 4s. In shoeing the said horses of the 4 mounted foremen 16d.
Total 42s. 5d.
Wages of Harvest In wages of 4 mounted foremen in Harvest 20s. to each 5s. And of 1 cook 1 hayward and 1 Reapreeve 7s.6d. and 1 stacker 3s. and 1 foot worker 2s. and 1 carter for 2 weeks 4s. And 1 carter hired at times 2s.
Total 38s. 6d.
Wages of the famuli In the wage of 1 carter per annum 5s.6d. And of 2 ploughmen for the same [time] 10s.6d. And of 2 drivers for the same time 9s. And of 1 swineherd 1 shepherd 1 cowherd and 1 Dairy assistant per annum é14s.ù to each 3s.6d. And of 1 Granger as for 3 terms this year 18d. éIn gifts for the famuli for Christmas and Easter terms 12d.ù Total 40s. 6d.
Serjeant’s expense In expenses of the said serjeant and Granger and other visits from 5th September up to the Gule of August for 47 weeks 41s.1½d. 10½d. per week.
Total 41s. 1½d.
Foreign expense In the clerk’s wage 3s. In parchment 2d. Paid to the lord of Portsea for a fine for a trespass with the lord’s boar 4s.
Total 7s. 2d.
Total of all expenses £21 19s. 1½d. And the
serjeant owes to the lord £4 10s. 6¼d.
From which 10s. are allowed to the same for rent of Kingston because it is not known whether so much rent can be raised there as the rent is owed above in the paragraph for rent which 10s. for that reason was allowed per annum to Hugh Beneyt late serjeant of this manor. And to the same 13s. 4d. from small items above disallowed to him this year.
Total of the said allowances 23s. 4d.
And thus the serjeant owes clearly to the lord 67s. 2¼d.
Profitthis year 20 marks. So small by reason of the pestilence.
From which [in] respite to the same 4s. 5½d. for rent of Thomas Hugheson for Michaelmas term at Portsmouth charged above which may be seen by the lord and his council if the said rent can be raised or not. For 2s. 4d. rent of Robert Goldsmyth’s widow there for the said reason. And 7d. from rent of Ralph Wymond there for the said reason. And 4½d. rent of John Whitewode there for the said reason. And 16½d. rent of Ralph Russel for the said reason. And 1½d. rent of John Ammoy there for the said reason.
Total of respite 9s. 3d.
Item respite of £7 13s. 6d. of charge of wheat and barley from last year that it answer to the estimate then ...
Stubbington Issue of the grange there in the 24th year [of Edward III]
Wheat éAnswers for 5 qtrs 7 bs. less than 3-foldù John [de] Bromdon’ serjeant there answers for 4 qtrs of wheat remaining. And for 43 qtrs 1 bs. of wheat received of issue of the demesne grange threshed ad tascham by 1 tally against Thomas le Graung’. And for 1 qtr 2 bs. 3 peck received from increase. And for 61 qtrs 1 bs. of wheat from issue of the tithe grange threshed ad thascham by 1 tally against the said Thomas. And for 1 qtr 7 bs 1 peck of increase. And for 4 qtrs 2½ bs. of increase in the granary by inspection … at the view made this year before the feast of St Lucy.
Total 115 qtrs 6½ bs.
Of which in sowing on 46a. in hulle Puttecroft Hammes and Margericroft 17 qtrs ½ bs. that is 3 bs. per acre but less 1 bs. overall. In the sower’s agreement 1 bs. In bread baked for Harvest expenses that is from the Gule of August up to 5th September for 5 weeks for expenses of the said serjeant 1 hayward 1 cook and baker 1 Reapreeve 4 mounted foremen 1 stacker 2 carters of the house 1 carter by hire for 2 weeks and 1 foot worker 4 qtrs. And in bread baked for expenses of the said serjeant and 1 granger from the said 5th September up to the Gule of August for 47 weeks 5 qtrs 7 bs. 1 bs. per week. Delivered to the house to the Adam Cannon Cellarer 10½ qtrs by 1 tally. And there to W. Peuesy Cellarer 50 qtrs by 2 tallies. In first-grade malt malted 4 qtrs. In sale 23 qtrs 4bs. 1 peck. And allowed for [the said] sale 5 bs. 3 peck.
Total as above. And equal.
Rye And for 5 qtrs of rye received remaining. And he accounts all in mixture for the famuli. And equal.
Curall And for 2 qtrs 7 bs. of Curall of issue of the demesne grange threshed ad thascham by tally as above. And for ½ bs. from increase. And for 3 qtrs of Curall received from issue of the tithe grange as above. And for 3 peck from increase.
Total 6 qtrs 1 peck. Of which
Delivered to the house to Adam Cannon Cellarer 7 bs. by tally above for wheat. In mixture with the livery for the famuli 5 qtrs 1 bs. 1 peck.
Total as above. And equal.
Barley And for 8 qtrs 2 bs. of barley received from issue of the demesne grange threshed ad thascham by 1 tally against the said Thomas. And for 2 bs. from increase. And for 48 qtrs 3 bs. received from issue of the tithe grange threshed ad thascham by 1 tally against the said Thomas. And for 1½ qtr from increase.
Total 58 qtrs 3 bs.
Of which in sowing on 27a. in Bradecroft’ and Solercroft 16 qtrs 6 bs. that is 5 bs. per acre but 1 bs. less overall. In bread baked for expenses of visits and for the said time 2 qtrs 7½ bs. ½ bs. per week. Delivered to the house to W. Peuesy Cellarer 18 qtrs by 1 tally. In ordinary malt malted 3 qtrs. In mixture below with dredge 7 bs. In mixture with the livery of the famuli 16 qtrs 6½ bs.
Total as above. And equal.