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Reference Name 2-ANC/1/34/1

Alice widow of Ranulf the clerk son of Eudo de Burch to Richard her son.
Property: half a bovate of land and the toft belonging to it in Hagurdingham, which is part of her marriage portion and which was formerly held by Roger Dux.
I. the toft lies next the great street (magna strata) which passes through Hagworthingham.
II. The half bovate is composed of the following pieces of land:
a) On the west side of the town 1. 3 selions together next the place where a cross used to stand for the soul of Hugh son of Robert.
2. 4 selions together at Sour Hou, on the north side of the way.
3. 5 selions together on the south side of the way, at the same place.
4. 2 selions together at Hareholes.
5. 5 selions together at Braithedale.
6. 5 selions (2 and 3) at Pesenhou.
7. 4 selions at Grangmare.
8. 4 selions at Broxholes.
9. 6 selions beyond Lullewelle.
10. 5 dales of meadow at Crakedale, Broxholes, Langaker, Askebi sledge, and Depedale.
b) On the east side of the town
1. 3 selions together at Prestdale.
2. 2 selions together at Grandyk.
3. 2 selions together at Uveshou.
4. 3 selions together at Rolinmilne.
5. 4 selions together at Scamlesdale.
6. a cultura at Rainesthorn.
7. 6 dales of meadow at Ker, Rilinmilne, Macherdaile, Hilletoft, Rainesthorn.
Witnesses: Baldowin parson of Hagworthingham, Gilbert de Langeton, William son of Michael, Richard de Harddreshill, Robert son of the Dean, Eudo the clerk, Nicholas son of Gilbert, Roger son of Leo, William and Thomas sons of Ranulf, Walter son of Walter, Richard son of William.
Seal, red wax, fleur de lys + Sigill' Alice.
Endorsement: Hagworthingham (Hand of mid 16th century observed on paper copies of court rolls.)
(Baldwin was instituted to the church of Hagworthingham in 1219 L.R.S. 3, 147.
Richard de Wadinghwurth was instituted to the same church in 1246 L.R.S. 11, 108).

Date: 1219-1246

Repository: Lincolnshire Archives [057]


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