| William Henry Jones - 1865 - 255 páginas
...manor, aud of six villans from each vill : — to wit, — what is the name of the estate ^mansio), **who held it in the time of King Edward, who holds it now, how many hides** there are, how many 1 Sas. Cliron. AD 1085. carucates in demesne, how many vassals (homines), how many... | |
| Charles S. Taylor - 1889 - 348 páginas
...place from written records. The subjects of enquiries are stated to be, " What is the Estate named 1 **Who held it in the time of King Edward ? Who holds it now** 1 How many hides are there ? How many teams in demesne 1 How many belonging to the tenants 1 How many... | |
| Charles Luke Wells, Frank Maloy Anderson - 1895 - 54 páginas
...and in every hundred, of the priest, reeve and six villansfrom each township. Then, what the manor **is called; who held it in the time of King Edward; who holds it now ; how many hides** (of land); how many carucates (of land) in the demesne land ; how many men ; how many villans ; how... | |
| George Burton Adams, Henry Morse Stephens - 1901 - 555 páginas
...whole hundred, of the priest, the reeve and six villeins of each vill. Next the name of the manor, **who held it in the time of King Edward, who holds it now;** the number of hides; the number of plows on the demesne, the number of those of the men ; the numlier... | |
| Dana Carleton Munro - 1907 - 20 páginas
...Frenchmen, and the whole hundred, the priests, reeves, and six villains of each manor ; then, what the manor **is called, who held it in the time of king Edward, who holds** now ; how many hides, how many plows in demesne, how many belonging to the men, how many villains,... | |
| Edward Potts Cheyney - 1908 - 781 páginas
...Frenchmen, and the whole hundred, the priest, reeve, and six villains of each manor : to wit, what the manor **is called, who held it in the time of King Edward, who holds it now ; how many hides, how many** plows in demesne, how many belonging to the men, how many villains, how many cottars, how many serfs,... | |
| Roy C. Cave, Herbert H. Coulson - 1965 - 467 páginas
...of the priest, the reeve, and six villeins of each manor. Then the name by which the manor is known, **who held it in the time of King Edward; who holds it now; how many hides; how many** ploughs and how many men on the demesne; how many villeins; how many cottars; how many serfs; how many... | |
| David Charles Douglas - 1964 - 476 páginas
...- the priest, the reeve and six men from each village. They inquired what the manor was called, and **who held it in the time of King Edward ; who holds it now ; how many hides** there are ; how many ploughs in demesne ; and how many belonging to the men ; how many villeins; how... | |
| Reginald Allen Brown, R. Allen Brown, Marjorie Chibnall - 1979 - 247 páginas
...Book i gives a substantial answer to these basic questions: 'what was the manor called, who held it at **the time of King Edward, who holds it now; how many hides** there are, how many teams in demesne, how many of the tenants'; how many villeins, cottars, slaves,... | |
| Graeme Donald Snooks - 1993 - 327 páginas
...survey of the Abbey of Ely's estates in six eastern counties. The questions are:12 What is the manor **called? Who held it in the time of King Edward? Who holds it now? How many hides? How many** ploughs on the demesne? How many men? How many villeins? How many cottars? How many slaves? How many... | |
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