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Land and Labour in St Marychurch in Saxon Times

Trans. Devon Assoc. vol. 18 (1886), map, pp. 429-441.


The Very Rev. Canon Brownlow, MA

Prepared by Michael Steer

The paper, presented at the Association's July 1886 meeting at St Marychurch forms an appendix of sorts to the author's 'Notes on the History of St Marychurch', presented earlier at the meeting and also reported in the 1886 Transactions. The present paper addresses the amounts of land the inhabitants worked, what rents they paid, and the modern equivalents of the wages required of them at the time of the Domesday Survey and the early medieval period. Google with the Archive Organization has sponsored the digitisation of books from several libraries. The Internet Archive makes available, in its Community Texts Collection (originally known as Open Source Books), books that have been digitised by Google from a number of libraries. These are books on which copyright has expired, and are available free for educational and research use. This rare book was produced from a copy held by the Princeton University Library, and is available from the Internet Archive.



Ball, John 439
Barnes, Mr 439
Barter, John 434
Bartlett family 433-5, 441
Bartlett, Jacob 431-3, 435, 441
Bartlett, John snr 434
Bartlett, John 433-4
Bartlett, Mr 435
Bartlett, Roger jnr 434
Bartlett, Mr William 441
Blackstone 436
Burring, Elizabeth 435
Cary family 433
Cary, Mr R S S 431, 434, 440
Colcott, William 434
Coleridge, Mr 441
Conguin, Ann 434, 441
Edgar, King 432
Edward I 437-8
Edward III 431
Edwy, King 433
Ethelred, King 432
FitzTorolf, Richard 438
Flood, John 434
Fox, William 431-3
Froissart 439
Grandisson, Bishop 440
Henry II 430
Howard, Gregory 434
Howel the Good 431
Ine, King 439
Janes, John 435, 441
Mills, Mr 441
Moldeson, John 431
Mortain, Earl of 429-30
O'Connor, Roderic 430
Oliver, Dr 434, 440
Osbern, Bishop 429, 431, 437-8
Porter, William (Hostiarius) 429, 438
Potts, Mr 434
Potts-Chatto, Mr 434
Rendell, Samuel 435
Richard II 440
Salter, Rev James 441
Seebohm, Mr 430-1, 433, 435, 438
Short, Mr George 434-5, 441
Thorpe, Mr 432-3, 436, 439
Torre, Abbot of 434
Tyler, Wat 439
Watekyns, John 431
Worcester, Thomas 434
Wrey, Rev A B 433
Yeaden 434