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Political Society in Lancastrian EnglandThe Greater Gentry of Nottinghamshire$

Simon Payling

Print publication date: 1991

Print ISBN-13: 9780198202097

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198202097.001.0001

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(p.246) Appendix 6 The King’s Affinity in Nottinghamshire

(p.246) Appendix 6 The King’s Affinity in Nottinghamshire

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Political Society in Lancastrian England
Publisher:
Oxford University Press

(p.247)

TABLE A.6.1. Fees of kings’s knights and esquires

Date

Annuitant

Sum

Source

Reference

3 Nov. 1399

John Gaitford

£20

Issues of Notts.

CPR, 1399–140,120

12 Nov. 1399

Sir John Annesley

100m

Exchequer

ibid. 66

15 Dec. 1399

Robert Brut

£10

Issues of Lincs.

ibid. 142

5 Feb. 1400

Sir John Clifton

40m

Issues of Notts.

ibid. 226, 438–9

8 Feb. 1400

Hugh Annesley

£20

Issues of Notts.

ibid. 193

19 Feb. 1400

Robert Nevill

£10

Exchequer

ibid. 206

23 Feb. 1400

William Jorce

12d. p.d.

Exchequer

ibid. 207

18 Mar. 1400

Sir Richard Stanhope

40m

Issues of Notts.

ibid. 240

8 Jul. 1400

John Leek

10m

Issues of lands of William Hamsterley

ibid. 321

7 Nov. 1400

Sir John Burton

£20

Issues of Notts./Derbys.

ibid. 370

22 Nov. 1400

Robert Morton

40m

Exchequer

ibid. 1401–5,18

TOTAL

    

£251 11s.8d.

    

Two Nottinghamshire men with the lesser rank of king’s servant were also in receipt of fees: Nicholas Warde of Normanton-on-Soar, keeper of the royal park of Bestwood (Notts.), had £10 p.a. from the issues of the county from 26 Oct. 1400 (CPR, 1399–1401, 6, 35); and Roger Doket of Nottingham had 20m p.a. from the issues of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire from 16 Mar. 1400 (ibid. 279). I have excluded from consideration those king’s servants, all minor men, in receipt of 6d. p.a. from the issues of the county: e.g. John Lord, Richard Clapham (ibid. 85, 98).

TABLE A.6.2. Fees charged on the duchy of Lancaster

Date

Annuitant

Sum

Source

Reference

26 Mar.1395

Sir Hugh Husy

£20

Honor of Leicester and then the lordship of Higham Ferrers

CPR, 1396–9,548; DL42/15, pt. 1, fo. 91v

temp.Gaunt

William Rigmayden

10m

Issues of Lancaster

DL42/15, pt. 1, fo.88

26 Sep. 1399

    

10m

Vill of Lancaster

DL42/16, pt. 1, fo.25 CPR, 1399–1401,118

23 Nov. 1399

William Leek

10m

Fee of Lancaster in

    

    

    

Notts, and Leics.

2 Dec. 1399

William Wollaton

£20

Belper in Derbys.

DL42/15, pt. 1, fo.20

11 Jun. 1400

John Wastnes

20m

Honor of Leicester and then lordship of Higham Ferrers

DL42/15, pt. 1, 15v, 99v

21 Jun. 1400

Bartholomew Montgomery

£10

Honor of Tutbury

DL42/15, pt. 1, fo. 11

temp. Gaunt

Sir Thomas Rempston

Appendix 6 The King’s Affinity in Nottinghamshire

Fee farm of Gunthorpe and Lowdham

DL42/16, pt. 3, fo. 71

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Sir Thomas Hercy

20m

Honor of Pontefract

DL28/27/6.

TOTAL

    

£123 6s. 8d.