pipe rolls of 2-3-4 Henry II

reproduced in facsimile from the edition of 1844. by England. Exchequer.

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ContributionsHenry II, King of England, 1133-1189., Hunter, Joseph, 1783-1861., Great Britain. Public Record Office.
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Page 76 Title: Reference Text: Pipe Rolls, 22 Henry II, Roll 3, m.I. page 17 and 18 The first John de Throckmorton, Lord of Thorkemorton He was taxed two marks (26s-8d) in , (Pips Roles 22 HenryII Roll 3, m I) He mention in Libder Albin Episc. Wigorn, page 27 (according to Nash, in his Antiquites of Worcestershire as Lord of Gender: Male.   The great rolls of the pipe for the second, third, and fourth years of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D. , , , by Great uer. 2.   Buy Extracts from the Pipe Rolls of Henry II. Relating to Devon. with an Appendix from Testa de Nevil. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association, Etc. by Oswald Joseph Reichel from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Oswald Joseph Reichel. Brown, Sibton Abbey Cartularies (), no. ; Pipe Roll 31 Henry I, hn; Pipe Roll 12 Henry II, bl Red Book of the Exchequer, ed. Hall (), pp. " Rainald de .

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OCLC Number: Notes: "Reproduced in facsimile from the edition of " Listed as Pipe roll society. Extra publication. Originally published: The great rolls of the pipe for the second, third, and fourth years of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D.,Title: Extracts from the Pipe Rolls of Henry II.

relating to Devon. With an appendix from Testa de Nevil Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association, etc.

Publisher: British Library, Historical Print Editions The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom.

It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items in all known Author: Oswald Joseph Reichel. The Great roll of the pipe for the seventh year of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D.

(Internet Archive - Text Archive) Latin transcript, in record type. Pipe Roll Society, volume 4 (). The Great roll of the pipe for the eighth year of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D. The great rolls of the pipe for the second, third, and fourth years of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D.,Now first printed from the Pages: The Pipe Roll of the Fifth year of King Henry II., AD (9 rotalefcs).

Appears in 4 books from Page x - Sixth year of King Henry II., AD (7 rotulets). The Pipe Roll of the Fifth year of King Henry II., AD (9 rotalefcs). Appears in 4 books from Page - Middelton' ad perficiendas xl. libratas terre quas -Rex dedit Deo et Beato Tome (other allowances 15/.

8d.). A roll of plates held by Hugh de Neville in 9 John(), and fragments of the close Rolls of 16 and 17 John () Vol 70 NS 32 Feet of Fines for the County of Norfolk for the reign of King John; Suffolk for the reign of King John Vol 71 NS 33 The Cartae Antiquae Rolls The great roll of the pipe for 14 Henry III, Michaelmas (roll 74) (Pipe Roll Society, new series 4; ) H.L.

Cannon, ed., The Great roll of the pipe for the twenty-sixth year of the reign of King Henry the Third, A. The Introduction to the study of the Pipe Rolls (Pipe Roll Society, volume III, ) Websites. The GenGuide website, a resource for genealogists, has a section on Pipe Rolls. The Pipe Roll Society website provides an image of a pipe roll and some brief information on pipe rolls in general.

The Pipe Rolls extend from the reign of Henry II (–89) to that of Queen Victoria (–), with an interrupted beginning also in the time of Henry I (–35). Monastic records are of great importance as showing grants or ownership of land. Great Roll of the Pipe for the Fourteenth Year of the Reign of King Henry the Third [Pipe Roll Society, New Series IV] (), pp: $ Add: $ Add: Great Roll of the Pipe for the Fifth Year of the Reign of King Henry the Second [Pipe Roll Society, I], volume 1 (), pp: $ Add: $ Add.

Th e Pipe Roll Society, founded at the Public Record Office (now The National Archives) inis dedicated to publishing editions of the pipe rolls of the Exchequer and of other related medieval documents. Our members include scholars, students and members of the public from across the UK and wider world.

All members of the Society are entitled to a copy of each volume when published (and. The rolls between and cover the establishment of Henry III on the throne with the winning of the civil war (the first entry is about the release of a rebel from prison), the definitive version of Magna Carta inand the testing of the Charter during the tyran­nical rule between of Bishop Peter des Roches.

T HE purpose of this note is to bring to wider attention a short extract from the pipe roll of 25 Henry I (Michaelmas ) in a manuscript made at St Albans Abbey, Hertfordshire, towards the end of the fourteenth century.

This manuscript is now London, British Library, MS Cotton Tiberius E. vi, part 1 (referred to here as Tiberius E. vi). The earliest surviving pipe roll today is that of 31 Cited by: 5.

The Pipe Rolls. The pipe rolls are the records kept by the clerks of the Exchequer recording the annual audit of the sheriffs accounts. They form the earliest and longest continuous running record of government that we have.

The very earliest to survive is from in the reign of King Henry I, although it is clear that they were well. The Lancashire Pipe Rolls of 31 Henry I., A.and of the Reigns of Henry II., A. Item PreviewPages: Pipe rolls of the exchequer of Normandy for the reign of Henry II and printed from the originals in the National Archives: Public Record Office and the Archives Nationales, Paris [] London: Printed for the Pipe Roll Society by Q3 Digital/Litho, Loughborough, : The pipe-rolls, or sheriff's annual accounts of the revenues of the crown, for the counties of Cumberland, Westmorland and Durham during the reigns of Henry i., Richard i.

and John () by Tyne, Society Of Antiquaries Of and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great : Paperback. In the reign of Henry II, William le Poer held lands in Oxfordshire, Herefordshire, and Gloucestershire, and Robert le Poer in Oxfordshire (Pipe Rolls, 18 Henry II.

32; Sweetman, i. 41,). Roger, Robert, William, and Simon le Poer are all said to have taken part in the conquest of Ireland. Extracts from the Pipe Rolls of Henry II.

Relating to Devon. with an Appendix from Testa de Nevil. Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association, Etc. - Scholar's Choice Edition by Oswald Joseph Reichel,available at Book Depository with free delivery : Oswald Joseph Reichel.

bTitle:/b Extracts from the Pipe Rolls of Henry II. relating to Devon. With an appendix from Testa de Nevil Reprinted from the Transactions of the Devonshire Association, :/b British Library, Historical Print Editionsbr/br/The British Library is the national library of the United Kingdom.

It is one of the world's largest research libraries holding over million items. Henry II's reign, the surviving excerpts from the II55 pipe roll, which is now lost. These contain waste entries in seven or eight county farms; the usual phrase here is simply vastum maneriorum, but some of these entries are connected with named places.'8 As such manors were apparently in the 12 Cronne, Reign of Stephen, pp.

The Lancashire Pipe Rolls Of 31 Henry I., A. And Of The Reigns Of Henry Ii., A. Paperback – March 2, Author: Great Britain. Exchequer. Buy The pipe-rolls, of sheriffs annual accounts of the revenues of the crown for the counties of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Durham, during the reigns of Henry II, Richard I, and John by Great Britain.

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Free shipping for many products. The Pipe Roll of I I Henry III (), records the receipt of 13 6s. which Alexander had paid on account of twenty-five marks due to the Treasury, for a fine. It is conjectured that his wife was Ursula, a daughter of Geoffrey de Workedlegh, but actual proof is s: Roger Pilkington, II, Sir Knight, Alice Pilkington.

About this Book Catalog Record Details. The Lancashire Pipe rolls of 31 Henry I., A.D. and of the Great Britain. View full catalog record. Read the digitized book:The Lancashire Pipe Rolls of 31 Henry I., A.

and of the Reigns of Henry II., A. - Great Britain Exchequer. Pipe Roll Society. Publications of the Pipe Roll Society: The Great Roll of the Pipe for Five King Henry II Thirty-four Henry II. Original series. 38 vols. London: Pipe Roll Society, – E-mail Citation» The Pipe Roll Society was founded in to revive publication of the rolls, and its first volume appeared inthe.

Robinson.' Pipe Roll i4, Henry III. comites whose manifold duties are adequately described. Finally the coming of the podesttA on the eve of the collapse of the Christian power in Syria, illustrated in the career of Benedetto Zaccaria, witnesses the close of the series of administrative experiments.

The Lancashire Pipe rolls of 31 Henry I., A.D.and of the reigns of Henry II, A.D. ; and King John, A.D. the Latin text extended and notes added ; also early Lancashire charters of the period from the reign of William Rufus to that of King JohnPages:   He gave many gifts to the Abbey of Thame, which were recorded in Pipe Rolls during the reign of Henry I ().

Hugo and his friend, Thomas debecame monks at the Benedictine Abbey of Gloucester in old age (and he had given many gifts to the monastery and the Abbey of Thame during the reigns of Henry I and Henry II (according to.Henry II of England.

Henry arrived in Waterford on the 17 th or 18 th of October with large fleet of ships loaded with men, horses and supplies. The extent of the preparations made for the expedition leave us in no doubt that Henry took the whole enterprise extremely seriously.

More than two years had elapsed since Strongbow’s arrival.