RefNoJC/4/44
Alternative Reference numberJC/383
TitleExtracts from a Computus Roll of herbage [the right of pasture on another person’s land] rents, in the district of the High Peak, Derbyshire
DescriptionDate: the Feast of Saint Michael, in the 11th year of Richard II [1387]; also in the same feast, in the 9th year of Henry IV [1408] ; also in the 36th year of Henry VIII [1544/5].

Vellum: one skin of irregular shape.

The following names occur, namely; Grenefeyerfeld, Maynstofeld and Maynstonfeld, Tyddyswell and Tyddiswall [Tideswell], [ - ], Whytesyde, Schelffe [? Tibshelf], Wylliam Hulme, Combys, Boghtts Edges (?), Tarden, Hareldehalstyd, Callowe, Ralph [ - ], Wormehyll, Feyerfeld, Wyttesyde, Boghtts Eddges, Castelton [Castleton].

These extracts relate to herbage only, and appear to have been taken from a rent roll containing other rents; the several extracts relate to dates several years apart. The writing is difficult, owing to the fact that at some comparatively late date the original writing has been unskilfully inked over, doubtless with the object of preserving it.
Date[1387 - 1544/5]
Extent1 item
LanguageLatin
AccessStatusOpen
LevelItem
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