The Cartulary of Launceston Priory: (Lambeth Palace MS. 719) : a Calendar
Society, 1987 - 258 páginas
The priory of Launceston was founded in the 1120s and owned a large collection of properties in the Launceston area. Its cartulary gives information about many aspects of the Priory's existence, including its tenants, quarrels over land and boundaries, and dealings with local laypeople. Particularly interesting are the details about the Priory's relationship to local parishes, where we see disputes over church maintenance, lights, and other day to day aspects of parish life.
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acre of land agreement ancestors annual appeared assize belonged bishop of Exeter borough bounds brother called canons Cartulary castle chapel chaplain charter church of St claimed clerk common convent of Launceston Cornwall court Dated Launceston death Devon Dunheved Earl Edward father feast folio formerly gave gift given Grant and confirmation half heirs held Henry hold John July June King King Henry knight lands and tenements late Launceston priory Liskeard lord manor manor of Launceston March marks Master messuage Michaelmas mill moiety Nicholas North paid parish parishioners parties perpetual alms Peter plea predecessors present prior and canons prior and convent prior of Launceston Quitclaim Ralph received Record Reginald rent Richard Robert Roger royal Sealing clause sheriff soul South St Stephen Stephen of Launceston successors suit tenants tenement term Thomas tithes Tresmeer vicar Walter Warranty wife William Witd witnesses yearly