Roger de Doncaster in Sandal (record texts)

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Sandal or Sandal Magna, now a suburb of Wakefield.

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By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2020-07-29. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2020-07-29.

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'.[1] 18 Sep. 1332, William de Donecastre surrenders land in Crigglestone.[2]

Records relating to Roger de Doncaster in Sandal

11 records concerning Roger de Doncaster in Sandal:

1327 - Roger de Doncaster

[1327:]
Roger de Donescastre, 2d, [...] for vert.[3]

1327 - Roger son of William de Doncaster

[1325:]
Roger s. of William de Donecastre [surrenders] [...] 8 acres [...].[4]

1332 - Roger de Doncastre (1)

[1332:]
For vert in Thurstonhaugh: Alice de Grene, Bate's daughter, Adam del Grene, John son of Adam, William del Grene, 2d each, John de Halifax, 3d, James Monk, 3d, Henry de Holgate, Robert son of John, Roger de Donecastre, William son of John, Henry de Ketilthorp, 2d each (total 3 s 9d).[5]

1332 - Roger de Doncastre (2)

[1332:]
John Dande surrenders 3 acres in Crigglestone which are demised to Roger de Doncastre to be held likewise; entry fine 2s.[6]

1333 - Roger son of William de Doncaster (1)

[1333:]
Elias de Doncastre surrenders half a bovate in Crigglestone which is demised to his son Thomas to be held likewise; entry fine 40d. William de Donecastre surrenders 16 acres and 3 roods in Crigglestone which are demised to Roger his son to be held likewise; entry fine 40d.[7]

1333 - Roger son of William de Doncaster (2)

[1333:]
Adam Whiteheved sues Roger son of William de Doncaster in a plea of trespass; pledge, Henry del Dene.[8]

1333 - Roger son of William de Doncaster (3)

[1333:]
A love day is given to Adam Whitheved and Roger son of William de Donecastre in a plea of debt until the next court.[9]

1333 - Roger son of William de Doncaster (4)

[1333:]
Adam Whitheved plaintiff does not prosecute against Roger son of William de Donecastre in a plea of debt, therefore amerced 3d.[10]

1340 - Roger de Doncaster (1)

[1340:]
Roger de Donecastre acknowledges that he detains from Agnes formerly wife of William Gose a third of a messuage, a third of an acre and a rood in Sandal which fell to her as dower after the death of her husband. He is to satisfy and is amerced 2d.[11]

1340 - Roger de Doncaster (2)

[1340:]
An inquiry of 8 jurors, namely John son of William le Grayve, John Shephird, Henry de Plegwik, Henry de Ketelesthorp, Thomas Monk, John Ploghwright, William de Plegwik and Roger de Donecastre, was taken at the suit of Adam Whitheved who, according to an inquiry at the last court, rendered 6d besides harvest and ploughing service which service was valued at 6d per annum. They say that Robert de Donecastre gave Thomas Pelleson < 2 messuages >, 10 acres and a rood for which he was accustomed to do the said service in exchange for 10 acres and a rood which he took from Thomas Pelleson. Robert by virtue of the exchange burdened himself with these services, and his heirs and assigns of these performed the said service to this point continuously. Of these tenants, Adam Whitheved holds < a messuage >, 3 acres and a rood, and works valued at 2d per annum, and Roger de Donecastre holds a messuage and 7 acres, works valued at 4d per annum. Adam and Roger are burdened with 6d for service as was claimed.[12]

1349 - Roger de Doncaster

[1349:]
Agnes, Joan and Cecilia daughters of Roger de Doncastre give likewise [i.e. for licence to heriot] 3s 4d for the same on a messuage and 17½ acres in Crigglestone after the death of Roger their father, whose heirs they are, to hold likewise [i.e. to themselves and their heirs according to the custom of the manor].[13]

Sources

Background

Notes

  1. Walker, J.W., ed.; [Stokes, Ethel, transcr.], Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield. Vol. V. 1322-1331 (Yorkshire Archæological Society, Record Series, vol. CIX) (1945), p. 99, and see p. 142.
  2. Walker, Sue Sheridan, ed.; Vaughan, Richard, gen. ed. & introd. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October 1331 to September 1333 (The Wakefield Court Rolls Series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. III) (Leeds, 1983), p. 114.
  3. Walker, J.W., ed.; [Stokes, Ethel, transcr.], Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield. Vol. V. 1322-1331 (Yorkshire Archæological Society, Record Series, vol. CIX) (1945), p. 123.
  4. Walker, J.W., ed.; [Stokes, Ethel, transcr.], Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield. Vol. V. 1322-1331 (Yorkshire Archæological Society, Record Series, vol. CIX) (1945), p. 99.
  5. Walker, Sue Sheridan, ed.; Vaughan, Richard, gen. ed. & introd. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October 1331 to September 1333 (The Wakefield Court Rolls Series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. III) (Leeds, 1983), p. 63.
  6. Walker, Sue Sheridan, ed.; Vaughan, Richard, gen. ed. & introd. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October 1331 to September 1333 (The Wakefield Court Rolls Series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. III) (Leeds, 1983), p. 114.
  7. Walker, Sue Sheridan, ed.; Vaughan, Richard, gen. ed. & introd. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October 1331 to September 1333 (The Wakefield Court Rolls Series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. III) (Leeds, 1983), p. 151.
  8. Walker, Sue Sheridan, ed.; Vaughan, Richard, gen. ed. & introd. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October 1331 to September 1333 (The Wakefield Court Rolls Series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. III) (Leeds, 1983), p. 152.
  9. Walker, Sue Sheridan, ed.; Vaughan, Richard, gen. ed. & introd. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October 1331 to September 1333 (The Wakefield Court Rolls Series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. III) (Leeds, 1983), p. 156.
  10. Walker, Sue Sheridan, ed.; Vaughan, Richard, gen. ed. & introd. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October 1331 to September 1333 (The Wakefield Court Rolls Series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. III) (Leeds, 1983), p. 160.
  11. Katherine, M. Troup, ed.; Fraser, C. M., gen. ed. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October 1338 to September 1340 (The Wakefield Court Rolls Series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. XII) (Leeds, 1999), p. 170.
  12. Katherine, M. Troup, ed.; Fraser, C. M., gen. ed. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield from October 1338 to September 1340 (The Wakefield Court Rolls Series of the Yorkshire Archaeological Society, vol. XII) (Leeds, 1999), p. 196.
  13. Jewell, Helen M., ed.; Vaughan, Richard, gen. ed. The Court Rolls of the Manor of Wakefield, from September 1348 to September 1350 (The Wakefield Court Rolls, Second Series, vol. II) (Claremont, Leeds, [1980]), p. 201.


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