Patronage and justice in the Pipe Roll of 1130 by Stephanie Lleueen Mooers

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  • Patronage, Political -- Great Britain -- History.,
  • Great Britain -- History -- Henry I, 1100-1135,
  • Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1066-1154

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The Pipe Roll ofa document of impressive detail and accuracy, illustrates which families were powerful and in the king's good graces and is a rich source of familial activity.

It provides a glimpse not only of the financial and political activities of great magnates such as Ranulf earl of Chester and Waleran count of Meulan, but of the Author: Stephanie L. Mooers. The Pipe Roll of 1 is the focus of my studies of Henry 1's rr~rtllodsof fiscal patronage: see "Familial Clout and Financial Gain ill Henry 1's Later Reign,'' Albion, 14 (): ; and "Patronage in the Pipe Roll of ," Speculum, 59 (): cited as Pipe Roll 31 Henry L The only portion ofJohn Fitz Richard's estate to pass to Eustace appears to have been a small interest in Saxlingham, Norfolk: William Henry Hart, ed., Historia et cartularium Monasterii Sancti Petri Gloucestriae, 3 vols., Rolls Series 33 (London, ), ; fiscal patronage.

Henry I' s surviving Pipe Roll reveals that he incorporated all manner of useful subjects into his government and in rewarded individuals handsomely. Of these, the number of familiares ¿ eurial es, and barons was matched by a nearly equal number of apparently less important people of whom little is recorded.

The Pipe Roll noted that Pain was a royal justice in Staffordshire, Gloucestershire, and Pembroke. Besides the ordinary court, Pain also heard cases relating to the forest law in those counties.

[44]Nationality: Anglo-Norman. He was a justice itinerant in the north, usually accompanied by Walter Espec in He was witness, with his brothers, to the foundation of the abbey in at Cirencester, Gloucestershire. Eustache supported King Stephen in the advance against the Scots, but in he was arrested as a possible traitor and deprived of castles he had been Parents: Magdalen Cecily de Blois, John "Monoculus" de Burgh, of Sa, Lord of Saxlingham John "Monocul.

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Paul R. Hyams, "Trial by Ordeal: The Key to Proof in the Early Common Law," in Morris S. Arnold, T. Green, and others, eds., On the Laws and Customs of England: Essays in Honor of Samuel E.

Thorne (Chapel Hill, ). Humphrey I was the father of several sons, including Robert, who died beforeRichard de Meri, who occurs in Domesday Book, Humphrey (d.c.

), who married Mabel daughter of Edward of Salisbury and Ingelger, a monk of Saint-Georges de Bohon and the aforementioned, Adela (Adelesia) who occurs on the Pipe Roll as aunt of Humphrey de Children: Humphrey I de Bohun. In the Pipe Roll of Walter is found to have been succeeded by his son, having died in or around Miles was (from at least) sheriff of Gloucestershire, a justice itinerant, and a justice of the forest, and by was sheriff of Staffordshire.

Eustace fitz John (died ) was a powerful magnate in northern England during the reigns of Henry I, Stephen and Henry a relatively humble background in the south-east of England, Eustace made his career serving Henry I, and was elevated by the king through marriage and office into one of the most important figures Patronage and justice in the Pipe Roll of 1130 book the north of en: William de Vescy (Beatrix), Richard.

The Welsh Assize Roll –, ed. Davies, Board of Celtic Studies, University of Wales History and Law Series, no. 7 (Cardiff, ) Year Books of Edward. The monastic patronage of King Henry II in England, This thesis has integrated three important sources to assess Henry’s patronage: chronicles, charters, and Pipe Rolls.

The charters and Pipe Rolls have been organized into two fully searchable databases. 55 on the Pipe Roll for 14 Henry II. 57 For three years,Author: Amanda M. Martinson. Full text of "The Lancashire Pipe rolls of 31 Henry I.,A.D. and of the reigns of Henry II, A.D. ; and King John, A.D.

the Latin text extended and notes added ; also early Lancashire charters of the period from the reign of William Rufus to that of King John". You can write a book review and share your experiences.

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Principal among these are Domesday Book, Europe’s first land census, compiled in England in ; The Pipe Roll ofan account of royal income and expenses issued by Henry I’s exchequer court; the Dialogus de Scaccario and the Constitutio Domus Regis, mid‐to‐late twelfth century handbooks; and royal charters, or acta, issued on.

The main focus of this study is the patronage of the Templars and of the Order of s, two of the Holy Land orders who came to England in the twelfth century. They were thought to be. The cuneiform inscription that serves as our logo and as the design motif for our endpapers is the earliest-known written appearance of the word “freedom” (amagi), or “liberty.”It is taken from a clay document written about bc in the Sumerian city-state of Lagash.

This is the second edition of The History of English Law before the Time of Edward I, which was first published in. Patronage was central to medieval kingship, and a crucial facet of royal power.

This book, the first in-depth examination of this crucial facet of royal power, offers a detailed analysis of how Edward III, one of the most successful and, to use a modern term, charismatic of medieval English monarchs, used royal favour to create a 'new nobility' and to reward and control the established peerage.

With the exception of a brief notice of the Pipe Roll 8 John (by ‘J.’, ante, lviii [], p. ), the rolls for the years 6–11 John were reviewed (usefully) by A.L. Poole, continued thereafter with rather sharper notices of the Pipe Rolls 12–14 John and the Memoranda Roll 10 John, by the young Trevor Aston: Poole, ante, lvii ( Cited by: 1.

Gilbert also witnessed a second charter of Count Stephen for Eye Priory, as well as two other contemporary documents for the same house. 56 His last appearances are in the pipe roll, fined for pleas of the Forest in the county of Essex, and in a charter of Bury St Edmunds after 57 An early charter of Stephen as king (–9) deals Cited by: 1.

Official records were drawn up, one of which—the famous Pipe Roll of —is extant at the present day. As the sums received by the sheriff affected every class of society in town and country, these half–yearly audits enabled the King’s advisers to scrutinize the lives and conduct of high and low.

The oldest surviving Pipe Roll is that of [13]: p [14] Pipe Rolls form a mostly continuous record of royal revenues and taxation; however, not all revenue went into the Exchequer, and some taxes and levies were never recorded in the Pipe Rolls.

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with some account of the norman lineages. by the duchess of cleveland. in three volumes.—vol. london: john murray, albemarle street. london: printed by william clowes and sons, limited, stamford street and charing cross. this electronic edition. The following paper traces the crystallization of inheritance custom in England from to Inheritance of baronial estates has long been considered by historians to have been tenuous in the reigns of William the Conqueror and his sons, but by dating instances of forfeiture, escheat and other forms of disinheritance, and by comparing these dates with those of political turmoil, it can Cited by: The first complete pipe roll is for the financial year /, though they undoubtedly existed before that date.

The device of the pipe roll was one of the greatest boons bequeathed by Henry I to later English medieval monarchs. The Pipe Rolls only became continuous in the reign of Henry I’s grandson, King Henry II, starting in /   The first mention of Richard Waleys I.

is on the Sussex portion of the Pipe Roll,for the payment of 10 marks for his right to I fee in Thanington, Kent. (Sir David Owen, bur. in Easebourne Priory, Sussex,Septemleft a Will pr. May 1, (P.C.C. 6 Spert); m. public administration of justice, must be sensible that a masterly acquaintance with the general spirit of laws and the principles of universal jurisprudence, combined with an accurate knowlege of our own municipal constitutions, their original, reason, and history, hath given a beauty and energy to many modern judicial decisions, with.

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Besides the ministry which had come with the regent, Reorgan- the council of state, and the departments of the four ization on ministries of home, finances, war and marine then Portu- existing, there were created in the course of one year a supreme court of justice, a board of patronage and administration of the property of the church and military orders, an inferior court of appeal, the court.

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