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Devon feet of fines.

Devon feet of fines.

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Published by Devon and Cornwall Record Society in Exeter .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementedited by Oswald J. Reichel, F.B. Prideaux and H. Tapley-Soper.
ContributionsReichel, Oswald J., Devon and Cornwall Record Society.
The Physical Object
Paginationxi,494p. ;
Number of Pages494
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14235190M

Devon’s main centres of population are coastal, except Exeter. The three main urban areas that act as the major retail and service centres are Plymouth, Exeter, and Torbay. Exeter, a cathedral city and university city, is the long-established centre of county administration. Area administrative county, 2, square miles (6, square km. Early life and education. Fiennes was born in Windsor, Berkshire on 7 March , nearly four months after the death of his father, Lieutenant-Colonel Sir Ranulph Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes. Whilst commanding the Royal Scots Greys in Italy Fiennes' father trod on a German anti-personnel S-mine and died of his wounds eleven days later in Naples on 24 November Education: Sandroyd School, Wiltshire, Eton .

Still a minor in /3 when the lands of his late father were noted as being held by his heirs (Book of Fees, 2: , ). Henry de Chambernun and Dionisia, his wife, were named in a land warranty of 6 June (Devon Feet of Fines no. ). The journey between the two centres takes you through some of the most beautiful and varied country in the British Isles. After a night in medieval Exeter and a short taxi ride (walkers can opt to stay in the village of Dunsford instead), the route takes you up the wooded Teign Gorge to stylish Chagford, stopping en-route to visit imposing.

In the Devonshire Domesday Book, usually 1½ miles; elsewhere, often approx. 3 miles. Traditionally, the distance a person or horse can walk in one hour. So the Devonshire definition presumably allows for Devon's hilly, winding lanes! Note. The Roman League has been about 1½ English miles. Perhaps this old definition had remained popular in Devon? Devon maps and map-makers: manuscript maps before / edited by Mary ill and Margery Volume 1. - Vol. 44 () The havener's accounts of the Earldom and Duchy of Cornwall,


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Devon feet of fines. Exeter, Devon and Cornwall Record Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Oswald J Reichel; Great Britain. Court of Common Pleas. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Issued in. Devon Feet of Fines. Volume 1. Richard I-Henry III. Edited by the Rev.

Oswald J. Reichel. (Devon and Cornwall Record Society; Exeter, ) English abstracts; with a general index. Includes Divers and Various Counties.

[Available at: Internet Archive - Text Devon feet of fines. book Devon Feet of Fines. Volume 2. 1 Edward I Edward III. A foot of fine (plural, feet of fines; Latin: pes finis; plural, pedes finium) is the archival copy of the agreement between two parties in an English lawsuit over land, most commonly the fictitious suit (in reality a conveyance) known as a fine of lands or final concord.

The procedure was followed from c untiland the considerable body of resulting records is now held at The. Cornwall feet of fines. Exeter: Devon and Cornwall Record Society, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Hambley Rowe; Great Britain.

Court of Common Pleas. Find more information about: OCLC. Devon Feet of Fines, 2 vols, eds. O Reichel, J Oswald, FB Prideaux, H Tapley-Soper - vol 1; The Registers of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials of the Parish of Branscombe, Devon,eds. H Tapley-Soper, E Chick; Cornwall Feet of Fines, 2 vols, ed JH Rowe - vol 1.

History, Gazetteer & Directory of Devon,e-book. University of Leicester Special Collections, Devon Directories, e-books. Land Records. Feet of Finestranscripts, incomplete. Devon Freeholders,index, incomplete. The Domesday Book Online, Devonshire, index. The Devonshire Domesday and Geld Inquest Vol 2 (), e-book.

The pages linked below gives details of the feet of fines that have been published for each county. As indicated, for some counties there are also English abstracts on this site, and for some there are links to images of the original documents on Professor Robert Palmer's The Anglo-American Legal Tradition website.

I am most grateful for extremely generous financial support for this. CP 25/1/44/62, number 5. County: Devon. Place: Westminster. Date: The day after St Martin, 2 Richard [II] [12 November ].

Parties: Thomas de la Pomeray, querent, and John Austyn and Cecily, his wife, deforciants Property: 1 mill in Biry Pomeray. Action: Plea of covenant. Agreement: John and Cecily have acknowledged the mill to be the right of Thomas, as that which he has of.

Devon Feet of Fines, 2 vols, eds. O Reichel, J Oswald, FB Prideaux, H Tapley-Soper - vol 1 online, Internet Archive publications61devo: The Registers of Baptisms, Marriages and Burials of the Parish of Branscombe, Devon,eds.

H Tapley-Soper, E Chick - online, Internet Archive publications07devo: Wonford: Wenforda [ Domesday Book]; Wanford [ Rotuli Chartarum in turri Londonensi asservati. Record Commission. LondonDevon Feet of Fines, The Book of FeesDevon Feet of Fines, Placita de Quo Warranto temporibus &III in Curia receptae scaccarij Westm.

asservata. Record Commission. Devon Feet of Fines, Vol 2: 1 Edward I - 43 Edward III (), Exeter: Devon and Cornwall Record Society () pp.

Seinett, Guy A.C. An Investigation Into the Effects of Agricultural Depression on Farm Rents within specific Estates in the Coiunties of Devon, Dorset and Cornwall(). Devon and Exeter Oath Rolls, containing the names of o Devonians, amounting to some one in five of the adult population of the time Devon Convicts Transported to Australia Devon Feet of Fines (Land Conveyances) for.

Henry de Chambernun and Dionisia, his wife, were named in a land warranty of 6 June (Devon Feet of Fines no. On 9 Deche was holder of the "Court of Henry and his heirs at Alfricumb" (Ilfracombe) where Henry himself was a plaintiff (Devon Feet of Fines, no. The family appeared first in records in Kingston near Staverton, close to the little town of Totnes in Devon, once one of the richest towns in devon where just over a hill or two is the Castle of Berry Pomeroy.

A Thomas Hext appears in in Kingstone and at that time Totnes was an important centre for the Devon wool trade. However the family. It occurs early, e.g. in the Somerset 'Feet of Fines': Philip de Kary (), Gunilda de Kary (), Peter de Cary (). There were several Bristol merchants of the name Cary in the 16th/17th centuries, who used similar arms to the gentrified Devon Carys.

The surname was found in both forms in Somerset in the Census: Cary ; Carey   Police have launched an appeal for help finding a year-old boy who has gone missing in Exmouth. Kieran Ross is described as five Author: Rom Preston-Ellis. English Medieval Legal Documents Database.

The feet of fines are arranged in the Public Record Office by county, while the concords and notes of fines are arranged chronologically. Cambridge, Devon, and Dorset. Also a Roll of the King's Court. A Calendar to the Feet of Fines for London and Middlesex, Richard I to II and 12 : Paul Moorman.

John quit-claimed all rights to William for 30 marks of silver (Cornwall Feet of Fines, no. On 2 Feb he had protection until Midsummer to go to Wales on the King's service (Cal. Patent Rolls,p. ) and on 15 June had protection until Christmas going to Children: Beatrice de Wautam, Sir William de Whalesborough.

as being held by his heirs (Book of Fees, 2:). Henry de Chambernun and Dionisia, his wife, were named in a land warranty of 6 June (Devon Feet of Fines no.

On 9 Deche was holder of the "Court of Henry and his heirs at Alfricumb" (Ilfracombe) where Henry himself was a plaintiff (Devon Feet of Fines. Devon Live, Exeter, Devon.

K likes. Informing Devon online and in print since Followers: K. The first of these Devon people was Geoffrey de Dunheved. In the 19 th year of Henry III () Geoffrey de Dunheved and his wife Margery gave the king five marks for having a writ to have an action heard in the Somerset assizes before the itinerant justices.

The action was against Henry Beaumont, Tollanus of Coryton and certain others concerning a. Devon and Cornwall Police answer every question about what you can and can't do during coronavirus pandemic (six feet) apart from anyone outside of your household.

Fines will be dealt with Author: Paul Greaves.The following sketch of Trowbridge states that it was an insignificant town inbut in (4 Henry II) in the Devon Feet of Fines there is mention of John Troubrugge in Westrode.

It would therefore seem not unlikely that the name had an origin independent of the town of Trowbridge.