Author of The Early Genealogical History of the House of Arundel; The History of the Common Law of Great Britain-and Gaul; an Introduction to the Study of Early English History; an Introduction to the History of the House of Glanville; The Shemetic Origin of the Nations of Western Europe; The Records of Chesterfield; A Treatise on the Law of Ancient Demesne; The Doomsday Book for the County of Derby ;The Pipe Rolls for the Counties of Nottingham and Derby ; The Lost Certificates of Knight Fees; The Red Book of the Exchequer; An Exposure of the Mismanagement of The Public Record Office; Editor of The Legal Quarterly Review and The Judicature Quarterly Review ; The Gentle Shakespeare ; and of various tracts on legal and genealogical questions and upon Welsh Genealogy. Robert P Marchington.26th July 2005.Completed in Durham, Co. Durham.
SIR GEO. R. SITWELL, BART., F.S.A,
Joint Editor of the Hundred of Scarsdale ;
the RIGHT HONBLE the LORD HAWKESBURY,
Joint Eiditlor of the Hundreds of High Peak.
VOL. III. SECTION VI.
Kingston=on=Thames: G. PHILLIPSON & SONS, MARKET PLACE.
LONDON AND OXFORD : PARKER & Co. CHESTERFIELD : WILFRED EDMUNDS, "DERBYSHIRE TIMES”
Rolls of the Forest of Peak
The following dates of the several tenures of office of the undermentioned King's Bailiffs are taken partly from inferences drawn from the Rolls themselves and partly from other records, it is remarkable that the Patent Rolls as published contain so few references to them, they must have been appointed by letters patent.
William earl of derby held the office six years (see p. 207, Section V.) 18 John to 6 Hy. III., he was appointed by patent 18 John, m. 4. n. 46.
Brian de insula (7to 12 Hy. III.) six years. The Pipe Roll records the grant to him of the 7 Hy. III. of the farm of the Peak and of Bolsover for ,£50.
robert de lexington (12 to 18 Hy. III.) five years. The Pipe Roll of 12 Hy. III. records his appointment. ralf fil nicolas, for one year (18 to 19 Hy. III.) john goband, for three years (19 to 21 Hy. III.) thomas de furnival, half a year (21 Hy. III.) warner engaine, for five years (21 to 26 Hy. III.) john de grey, for six years (27 to 32 Hy. III.) William DE horsenden, for one year (33 Hy. III.) Patent Roll datfd 27th April of that year, m. 6, give his appointment.
The Roll of Offences of Vert within the Kings demesnes
(35 Henry III. 1/3 P.R.O.)
rich. DE smallcross, for vert in the demesne Park, 6d; fine ½m. bl. Hy. de Ferneley and Rich. de Weston. rich. de redescaye, de 12d. fine ½ m. rich. fil jul1an, de little birches. robt. DE stanton and lucy DE beeheley vert, for the price of 4 oaks which his father received, fine 2s. rich. de alrenesarge. rich. DE ponte de little birches. galf de alstanley, ball Alan fil Henry and Rd. de Rysel. nic DE warinebrook, bail Robt. de Kintwich. rich. de wardelowe.
wm. fabre de Warnebroc, bl. Rich. Wayfot. rich. DE locow 'e de Wormhill, bl. Rich. Sup. le street. hugh FIL EJ. bl. Nic le Lindweye. will LE herbour. rich. le risley in Tunsted, bl. Rd. de Waidelow, in Tunsted,
and Henry his son.
Nic LE hand, bail, Brun Coteril, Rad de Hassop. thos. fil elen de medwe.
brun lumbard de Chelmorden, bl. Hy. de Tadington. rich. DE rvsely, Nich. fil Wm. de Smallcross, Rd. de