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An entry in 1329 under the heading 'Sandale' (Sandal) reads: 'John le Nailer surrenders 3⅜ acres in the graveship of Sandale; demised to William de Donecaster; to hold, etc.  Entry, 18<sup>d</sup>'.<ref>{{:Walker, John William 1945a}}, p. 99, and see p. 142.</ref> Also see [[1327 - Roger de Doncaster]].
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An entry in 1329 under the heading 'Sandale' (Sandal) reads: 'John le Nailer surrenders 3⅜ acres in the graveship of Sandale; demised to William de Donecaster; to hold, etc.  Entry, 18<sup>d</sup>'.<ref>{{:Walker, John William 1945a}}, p. 99, and see p. 142.</ref> Also see [[1327 - Roger de Doncaster]] and [[1332 - Roger de Doncastre]].
  
 
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* [[1327 - Roger de Doncaster]].
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Revision as of 10:13, 28 July 2020

Record
Date 1327
Topic Roger son of William de Doncaster surrenders land
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By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2020-07-26. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2020-07-28.

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[1325:]
Roger s. of William de Donecastre [surrenders] [...] 8 acres [...].[1]

Source notes

Wakefield Manor court rolls; court held at Wakefield (West Riding of Yorkshire), on Friday, the Morrow of St. Vincent the Martyr (22 Jan.), 20 Edw. II [1327]. The entry occurs under the MS heading 'Sandale' (Sandal).[2] The entry, which in unaltered form reads 'William de Donecastre (8 acres).', occurs in a group of entries all dealing with surrenders of land. IRHB's brackets.

IRHB comment

An entry in 1329 under the heading 'Sandale' (Sandal) reads: 'John le Nailer surrenders 3⅜ acres in the graveship of Sandale; demised to William de Donecaster; to hold, etc. Entry, 18d'.[3] Also see 1327 - Roger de Doncaster and 1332 - Roger de Doncastre.

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