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BINGHAM 4715 3398. 1334 Subsidy 72.50. Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475).
M (Charter) Thurs; gr 15 Aug 1314, by K Edw II to Alice late the wife of Richard de Byngham and William son of Richard de Byngham and the heirs of his body. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1300–26, p. 239). Alice, late the wife of Richard de Byngham and William son of Richard de Byngham were holding the market in 1329 (QW, p. 631). Market held by Richard de Byngham on 6 Nov 1387 (CIPM, xvi, p. 199).
F (Charter) vf+4, Simon and Jude (28 Oct); gr 15 Aug 1314, by K Edw II to Alice late the wife of Richard de Byngham and William son of Richard de Byngham and the heirs of his body. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1300–26, p. 239). Alice, late the wife of Richard de Byngham and William son of Richard de Byngham were holding the fair in 1329 (QW, p. 631). Fair on f Simon and Jude held by Richard de Byngham on 6 Nov 1387 (CIPM, xvi, p. 199).

BLYTH 4623 3872. 1334 Subsidy 98.45. Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475).
M (Charter) mercatum, gr 1088, by Roger de Builli and his wife Muriel to St Mary of Blyth and the M [Blyth priory] (R.T. Timson ed., The Cartulary of Blyth Priory, Thoroton Society Record Series, xxvii (1968), i, no. 325). In 1329, the P of Blyth was holding a Thurs market which he claimed from time immemorial (QW, p. 616).
F (Charter) feria gr 1088, by Roger de Builli and his wife Muriel to St Mary of Blyth and the M (R.T. Timson ed., The Cartulary of Blyth Priory, Thoroton Society Record Series, xxvii (1968), i, no. 325).
F (Prescriptive) fm, Ascension of the Lord (Easter dep); recorded 1329, held by P of Blyth, who claimed the fair from time immemorial (QW, p. 616).
F (Prescriptive) vfm, Denis (9 Oct); feria recorded 1329, held by P of Blyth, who claimed the fair from time immemorial (QW, p. 616).
Either of the fairs recorded in 1329 could be the same as that granted in 1088.

CARLTON ON TRENT 4799 3640. 1334 Subsidy 28.62.
M (Charter) Thurs; gr 12 May 1328, by K Edw III to John de Crumbewell (CChR, 1327–41, p. 85). To be held at the manor.
F (Charter) vfm, Margaret (20 Jul); gr 12 May 1328, by K Edw III to John de Crumbewell (CChR, 1327–41, p. 85). To be held at the manor.

COLSTON BASSET 4695 3338. 1334 Subsidy 63.53.
M (Charter) Wed; gr 3 Sept 1257, by K Hen III to Ralph Basset of Drayton the younger. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1226–57, p. 474). Having inspected the charter from K Hen III to Ralph Basset of Drayton, lately deceased, on 6 Apr 1284, K Edw I granted Ralph Basset (the original grantee’s son) a weekly market at his manor on Fri, in lieu of that on Wed (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 272). In 1329, Ralph Basset of Drayton (apparently the son of the Ralph Basset in the 1284 charter) was holding the market (QW, pp. 614–15).
F (Charter) vfm, Faith (6 Oct); gr 3 Sept 1257, by K Hen III to Ralph Basset of Drayton the younger. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1226–57, p. 474). Having inspected the charter from K Hen III to Ralph Basset of Drayton, lately deceased, on 6 Apr 1284, K Edw I granted Ralph Basset (the original grantee’s son) a yearly fair at his manor, as before (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 272). In 1329, Ralph Basset of Drayton (apparently the son of the Ralph Basset in the 1284 charter) was holding the fair (QW, pp. 614–15).

CUCKNEY NORTON 4566 3714. 1334 Subsidy 65.44.
M (Charter) Mon; gr 3 Jan 1317, by K Edw II to Henry de Faucumberge (CChR, 1300–26, p. 331). To be held at the manor.
F (Charter) vf, James (25 Jul); gr 3 Jan 1317, by K Edw II to Henry de Faucumberge (CChR, 1300–26, p. 331). To be held at the manor.

DUNHAM 4815 3745. 1334 Subsidy 71.88. On 28 Dec 1257, K Hen III granted William de Valence the manor of Dunham (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 2).
M (Prescriptive) recorded 1281, mercatum, held by William de Valentia, earl of Pembroke. William claimed that the manor with its liberties had been granted to him by K Hen III (QW, p. 432). On 24 May 1296, the market was held by William de Valencia, earl of Pembroke (CIPM, iii, no. 362). Mandate to the justices in eyre to permit Mary, late the wife of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, lady of Dunham to have her Tues market at Dunham, which is twenty leuce distant from the town of Nottingham, 22 Feb 1330 (CCR, 1330–33, p. 124). In 1329, Maria, wife of Aymer de Valence was holding a Tues market (QW, p. 640). Mary de Sancto Paulo, countess of Pembroke, held a market, the day of which was not given, on 22 Mar 1377 (CIPM, xiv, no. 339).
F (Prescriptive) feria recorded 1281, held by William de Valentia. William claimed that the manor with its liberties had been granted to him by K Hen III (QW, p. 432). On 24 May 1296, the fair was held by William de Valencia, earl of Pembroke (CIPM, iii, no. 362). In 1329, Maria, wife of Aymer de Valence was holding a fair on vf Peter ad Vincula (1 Aug) (QW, p. 640). On 22 Mar 1377, Mary de Sancto Paulo, countess of Pembroke, held a fair, the feast of which was not given (CIPM, xiv, no. 339).

EAST BRIDGFORD 4691 3431. 1334 Subsidy 47.94.
M (Charter) Tues; gr 14 Jun 1327, by K Edw III to Philip de Caletoft. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1327–41, p. 10). In 1329, Philip de Caltoft was holding the market (QW, p. 629). On 22 Jan 1361, K Edw III granted a Tues market at the manor to Thomas atte Hethe and Alice his wife who held half the manor and to Robert Deyncourt who held the other half and the heirs of Alice and Robert (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 168).
F (Charter) vfm, Barnabas (11 Jun); gr 14 Jun 1327, by K Edw III to Philip de Caletoft. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1327–41, p. 10). In 1329, Philip de Caltoft was holding the fair (QW, p. 629). On 22 Jan 1361, K Edw III granted the fair at the manor to Thomas atte Hethe and Alice his wife who held half the manor and to Robert Deyncourt who held the other half and the heirs of Alice and Robert (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 168).
F (Charter) f+2, Luke (18 Oct); gr 14 Jun 1327, by K Edw III to Philip de Caletoft. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1327–41, p. 10). In 1329, Philip de Caltoft was holding the fair (QW, p. 629). On 22 Jan 1361, K Edw III granted the fair at the manor to Thomas atte Hethe and Alice his wife who held half the manor and to Robert Deyncourt who held the other half and the heirs of Alice and Robert (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 168).

EDWINSTOWE 4625 3670. 1334 Subsidy 41.80.
F (Charter) vf, Edwin the King (12 Oct); gr 29 Nov 1381, by K Ric II to tenants of the king’s town of Edwinstowe (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 273).

EPPERSTONE 4651 3485. 1334 Subsidy 25.
M (Charter) Tues; gr 14 Apr 1311, by K Edw II to Payn Tybotot (CChR, 1300–26, p. 159). To be held at the manor.
F (Charter) vfm, Exaltation of the Cross (14 Sept); gr 14 Apr 1311, by K Edw II to Payn Tybotot (CChR, 1300–26, p. 159). To be held at the manor.

FISKERTON 4735 3510. In the 1334 Lay Subsidy, Fiskerton was assessed jointly with South Muskham, Thurgarton and Horsepool at 26.37 (Glasscock, p. 231).
M (Charter) Tues; gr 23 Jul 1270, by K Hen III to P and C of Thurgarton (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 149). To be held at the manor.
F (Charter) f+2, Holy Trinity (Easter dep); gr 23 Jul 1270, by K Hen III to P and C of Thurgarton (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 149). To be held at the manor.

GRANBY 4752 3361. 1334 Subsidy 39.75.
M (Charter) Mon; gr 28 Apr 1252, by K Hen III to John de Aencurt. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1226–57, p. 389). In 1329, William Deyncourt was holding the market (QW, p. 651).
F (Charter) vfm, All Saints (1 Nov); gr 28 Apr 1252, by K Hen III to John de Aencurt. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1226–57, p. 389). In 1329, William Deyncourt was holding the fair (QW, p. 651).

GRINGLEY ON THE HILL 4736 3907. 1334 Subsidy 42.50.
M (Charter) Mon; gr 2 Nov 1252, by K Hen III to William de Furnivall (CChR, 1226–57, p. 407). To be held at the manor of Gringeley.
M (Letter Close) Wed; gr 10 Jul 1355, by K Edw III (CCR, 1354–60, p. 217). To be held at the manor of Qu Phillipa. Mandate to the sh of Nottingham to proclaim the market.
F (Charter) vfm, Peter ad Vincula (1 Aug); gr 2 Nov 1252, by K Hen III to William de Furnivall (CChR, 1226–57, p. 407). To be held at the manor of Gringeley.
F (Letter Close) vf, Barnabas (11 Jun); gr 10 Jul 1355, by K Edw III (CCR, 1354–60, p. 217). To be held at the manor of Qu Phillipa. Mandate to the sh of Nottingham to proclaim the fair.

HIGH MARNHAM 4806 3702. 1334 Subsidy 47.50. Also known as Marnham Charworth.
M (Charter) gr 12 Sept 1257, by K Hen III to Thomas de Chawurth. The day of the market was either not given or roll is damaged. Market to be held at the manor (CChR, 1226–57, p. 473). In 1329, Thomas de Chaworth (grandson of the original grantee) was holding a Fri market (QW, pp. 639–40).
M (Charter) Thurs; gr 22 Mar 1446, by K Hen VI to Thomas Chaworth (CChR, 1427–1516, p. 59). It is possible that this represents a change of day of the market from Fri to Thurs.
F (Charter) vf, Giles (1 Sept); gr 12 Sept 1257, by K Hen III to Thomas de Chawurth. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1226–57, p. 473). In 1329, Thomas de Chaworth (grandson of the original grantee) was holding the fair (QW, pp. 639–40). Given the proximity of this fair and that granted in 1446, it seems likely that this fair was superceded by the subsequent grant.
F (Charter) vf, Decollation of John the Baptist (29 Aug); gr 22 Mar 1446, by K Hen VI to Thomas Chaworth (CChR, 1427–1516, p. 59). To be held at the manor.

KIRKBY IN ASHFIELD 4490 3562. 1334 Subsidy 51.19.
M (Charter) Thurs; gr 5 Oct 1261, by K Hen III to Robert son of John de Stoteville (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 38). To be held at the manor.
F (Charter) vfm, Wilfrid (12 Oct); gr 5 Oct 1261, by K Hen III to Robert son of John de Stoteville (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 38). To be held at the manor.

LENTON 4555 3393. 1334 Subsidy 50.25. Fair 1587, 10 Nov (Harrison, p. 396).
F (Grant: other) Martin (11 Nov); gr 1121, by K Hen II to ch of Lenton [Lenton priory] (Regesta, ii, no. 1282). On 2 Apr 1200, K John granted an eight day fair on the feast of Martin to ch of Holy Trinity of Lenton (RCh, p. 56). On 4 Apr 1230, K Hen III granted four extra days to the P and M of Lenton (added to the eight days granted to them by K John as the extent of their fair), so that the fair was held on 1+vfm+9 Martin to make a total of twelve [sic] days (CChR, 1226–57, p. 116). This appears to be a scribal error; the length of the fair should presumably have read 1+vfm+8. On 5 Apr 1230, the sh of Nottingham was ordered to read the charter in the full county court and proclaim the fair and cause it to be held, the length of which given as vfm+9 Martin (CR, 1227–31, p. 315). On 17 Jul 1234, the sh of Lincoln was ordered to proclaim in full county court that the king had extended the fair by charter from vfm+9 Martin to 1+vfm+8 Martin and to cause the fair to be held (CR, 1231–4, p. 476). In 1329, the P of Lenton was holding a fair on f +7 Martin, which he claimed by a charter of K Hen II (QW, p. 643). On 24 Oct 1329, the justices in eyre were ordered to permit the P and C of Lenton to hold their fair on v+8 Martin, as they had the fair by charters of the king’s progenitors, which he had confirmed (CCR, 1327–30, p. 585).

MANSFIELD 4538 3610. 1334 Subsidy 70. Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475).
M (Charter) Mon; gr 1 Aug 1227, by K Hen III to men of Mansfield. Note on roll ‘vacated because surrendered’ (CChR, 1226–57, p. 54). Order to sh of Nottingham regarding the market, 28 Jul 1227 (RLC, ii, p. 194b). In 1230, the men of Mansfield accounted for 3m. for having a market (PR, 14 Hen III, p. 78).
F (Letter Close) 2+fm, Peter and Paul (29 Jun); gr 3 Nov 1377, by K Ric II (CCR, 1377–81, p. 99). To be held at the town. Mandate to the sh of Nottingham to proclaim the fair.

MARKET WARSOP 4568 3677. In the 1334 Lay Subsidy, Market Warsop and Nettleworth were assessed together at 13. Both were ancient demesnes and were assessed at a tenth. Part of Warsop was assessed at 84.02; it was taxed at a fifteenth (Glasscock, p. 233).
M (Charter) Tues; gr 18 Oct 1239, by K Hen III to John de Lessinteyn. Note in margin reads ‘Lexinton’ (CChR, 1226–57, p. 247). In 1329, a Tues market was claimed by John Nunes of London. He stated that he had bought the manor with its appertenances (which presumably included the market) from John de Sutton. However, his claim was rejected and the liberties of the manor, including the market, were taken into the king’s hands (QW, p. 610 ).
M (Prescriptive) Mon; recorded 1327, mercatum, held by John de Roos (QW, p. 654). On 22 Nov 1337, a market was held by John de Roos, lately deceased (CIPM, viii, no. 182).
M (Charter) Sat, gr 25 Oct 1410, by K Hen IV to William de Roos of Hamelake (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 443). It is possible that this might represent a change of market day.
F (Charter) vfm, Peter and Paul (29 Jun); gr 18 Oct 1239, by K Hen III to John de Lessinteyn (CChR, 1226–57, p. 247). Note in margin: ‘Lexington’.
F (Charter) vf, Leonard in the Winter (6 Nov); gr 25 Oct 1410, by K Hen IV to William de Roos of Hamelake (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 443).
F (Charter) Sat and Sun next after Ascension (Easter dep); gr 25 Oct 1410, by K Hen IV to William de Roos of Hamelake (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 443).

MATTERSEY 4690 3893. 1334 Subsidy 33.25.
M (Charter) Mon; gr 22 Feb 1403, by K Hen IV (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 420). To be held in the king’s town.
F (Charter) vf, John of Beverley in the summer (7 May); gr 22 Feb 1403, by K Hen IV (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 420). To be held in the king’s town.

MORTON UPON TRENT 4676 3801. In the 1334 Lay Subsidy, Morton upon Trent was assessed together with Babworth at 30.75 (Glasscock, p. 229).
M (Charter) Wed; gr 13 Mar 1253, by K Hen III to Richard, earl of Cornwall, the king’s brother (CChR, 1226–57, p. 433). To be held at the manor of Mortun upon Trent.

NEWARK 4797 3540. Borough 1086 (BF, p. 146; Darby, p. 366). Mint 970s–1042. 1334 Subsidy 390.12. Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475). See also Swinderby, Lincolnshire (q.v.)
M (Prescriptive: borough, mint) recorded 1154xDec 1156, mercatum, held by Robert bp of Lincoln (CChR, 1327–41, p. 110). In 1282, Oliver bp of Lincoln was holding a market, the day of which was not given (QW, p. 442). On 30 Oct 1329, it was stated that the market had been established as a result of a charter dated 21 Jan 1215, in which K John granted Hugh, bp of Lincoln a market for one day in each of his manors. A Wed market was now held by Henry, bp of Lincoln and had been held by his predecessors. In order that the general nature of K John’s charter would not impeach the market in the future, K Edw III made a specific grant of the Wed market to Henry, bp of Lincoln. This may have been a Wed market from the beginning, but the day is not recorded until 1329 (RCh, pp. 203–4; CChR, 1327–41, p. 136). Mandate to the justices in eyre to permit Henry, bp of Lincoln to hold his Wed market, notwithstanding the eyre, 26 Nov 1329 (CCR, 1327–30, p. 584). In 1329, Henry, bp of Lincoln was holding a Wed market (QW, pp. 660–2).
F (Grant: other) 4+f, Mary Magdalene (2 Jul); gr 1133, by K Hen I to bp of Lincoln. To be held at the castle of Newark (Regesta, ii, no. 1773). In 1154xDec 1156, the fair was granted by K Hen II to Robert bp of Lincoln (CChR, 1327–41, pp. 52, 110, 136). A fair at Newark, the feast of which was not given, was mentioned in a charter granted in 1154x69 (CChR, 1327–41, p. 52). On 25 Jul 1229, the date of H. bp of Lincoln’s fair was changed from Mary Magdalen to vf+2 Philip and James the Apostles (25 Jul). Mandate to the sh of Nottingham to proclaim the fair throughout his bailiwick and cause it to be held (CCR, 1227–31, p. 195). In 1329, Henry, bp of Lincoln was holding a fair on 4+f Mary Magdalene (QW, pp. 660–2). On 17 Nov 1329, K Edw III granted Henry, bp of Winchester [sic] an extension of the fair on by eight days (CChR, 1327–41, p. 136).
F (Charter) [vf], [Invention of the Cross] (3 May); gr 21 Jan 1215, by K John to Hugh, bp of Lincoln (RCh, pp. 203–4). In 1329, Henry, bp of Lincoln was holding the fair (QW, pp. 660–2). On 30 Oct 1329, it was stated that the fair had been established as a result of a charter dated 21 Jan 1215, in which K John granted Hugh, bp of Lincoln an annual fair lasting three or four days at each of his manors. The fair was now held by Henry, bp of Lincoln and had been held by his predecessors. In order that the general nature of K John’s charter would not impeach the fair in the future, K Edw III made a specific grant of the fair on the vf Invention of the Cross to Henry, bp of Lincoln. On 17 Nov 1329, K Edw III granted Henry, bp of Winchester [sic] an extension of the fair on vf Invention of the Cross by eight days (CChR, 1327–41, p. 136).

NORWELL 4775 3618. 1334 Subsidy 56.25.
M (Charter) Thurs; gr 24 Nov 1256, by K Hen III to Master John Clarel, Ca of the prebend of Nortwell. To be held at the prebend (CChR, 1226–57, p. 454). In 1329, John de Thorsby, Ca of the prebend of Northwell was holding the market (QW, p. 648).
F (Charter) vfm, Holy Trinity (Easter dep); gr 24 Nov 1256, by K Hen III to Master John Clarel, Ca of the prebend of Nortwell. To be held at the prebend (CChR, 1226–57, p. 454). In 1329, John de Thorsby, Ca of the prebend of Northwell was holding the fair (QW, p. 648).

NOTTINGHAM 4572 3395. Borough 918 (BF, p. 146). Mint 924–39, 979–1154. 1334 Subsidy 370.50. Vikings wintered in a fortress at Nottingham in 868. Borough captured by K Edw the Elder in 918. Capital of the shire in 1016. Borough in Domesday Book. The great market place lay between the pre-Conquest town and the ‘French borough’ established by 1086 (BF, p. 146; Darby, p. 366). Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475).
M (Charter) eve of Fri until eve of Sat; gr 1100x1135, forum, by K Hen I to burgesses of Nottingham. Charter confirmed by K Hen II in 1155x65. Charter confirmed by K John on 19 Mar 1200 (W.H. Stevenson ed., Records of the Borough of Nottingham (London, 1882), i, 1155–1399, pp. 2, 10).
F (Prescriptive) Matthew the Apostle (21 Sept); recorded 12 Feb 1284, held by burgesses and community of Nottingham (W.H. Stevenson ed., Records of the Borough of Nottingham (London, 1882), i, p. 59). Fair noted 19 Mar 1378 (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 240).
F (Charter) vfm+12, Edmund, king and martyr (20 Nov); gr 12 Feb 1284, by K Edw I to burgesses and community of Nottingham (W.H. Stevenson ed., Records of the Borough of Nottingham (London, 1882), i, p. 59). On 19 Mar 1378, K Ric II granted the mayor, bailiffs and burgesses of Nottingham a fair on fm+3 Peter in the chair (22 Feb) in lieu (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 240).

RETFORD 4704 3808. Borough 1225 (BF, p. 147; BF, supplement, p. 63). 1334 Subsidy 106.92. Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475).
M (Prescriptive: borough) recorded 10 Nov 1253, mercatum, held by K Hen III (Placitorum Abbreviatio (Record Commission, 1811), p. 137a). In 1329, the burgesses of Retford were holding a Sat market (QW, p. 629). On 20 Nov 1329, a Sat market was held by the men of Retford (CCR, 1327–30, p. 585). Market, the day of which was not given, mentioned 3 Mar 1335 (CIPM, vii, no. 699).
F (Charter) vfm+5, Holy Trinity (Easter dep); gr 2 Nov 1259, by K Hen III to burgessess of Retford (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 24).
F (Charter) vf+6, Gregory the Pope (12 Mar); gr 24 Nov 1313, by K Edw II to burgesses of Retford (CChR, 1300–26, p. 225). In 1329, the burgesses of Retford were holding a fair on v+7 Gregory the Pope (QW, p. 629).
F (Charter) 4+fm, Margaret the Virgin (20 Jul); gr 22 Jun 1372, by K Edw II to burgesses of Retford (CChR, 1341–1417, p. 224).
F (Charter) vf+2 Matthew (21 Sept); gr 27 May 1449, by K Hen VI to the bailiffs and burgesses of Retford (CChR, 1427–1516, p. 106).

SHELFORD 4662 3423. 1334 Subsidy 63.94.
M (Letter Close) Thurs; mercatum, gr 25 Sept 1238, by K Hen III to William Bardulf and Robert de Everingeham. To be held at the manor. Mandate to the sh of Nottingham to cause them to have it (CR, 1237–42, p. 105). It is not clear whether this was an hereditary or a life grant.

SOUTHWELL 4697 3535. 1334 Subsidy 82.16. Southwell was an important ch with canons, serving as a seat of the archbishop of York from the tenth century or possibly earlier. Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475). Said in 1539x45 not to have been a public market (Lee, 'John Leland's Itinerary', p. 24).
M (Prescriptive) Sat; recorded 1329, mercatum, held by William, archbp of York (QW, pp. 644–5).
F (Charter) vf, Trans of Thomas (7 Jul); gr 24 May 1227, by K Hen III to W archbp of York (CChR, 1226–57, p. 42). Sh of Nottinghamshire ordered to cause W archbp of York to have the fair on 27 May 1227 (RLC, ii, p. 187). Fair granted again by K Hen III to Walter, archbp of York, on 23 Aug 1239 (CChR, 1226–57, p. 245). In 1329, William, archbp of York was holding the fair (QW, pp. 644–5).
F (Prescriptive) f+4, Pentecost (Easter dep); nundinae recorded 1329, held by William, archbp of York (QW, pp. 644–5).

SUTTON ON TRENT 4798 3659. 1334 Subsidy 39.06.
M (Charter) Mon; gr 7 Aug 1308, by K Edw II to Guichard de Charrun, the younger. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1300–26, p. 121). In 1329, the market was held by Bertram de Moentbouchers and Joan, his wife. The market had come to them through Joan, daughter of Guichard de Charrun, the younger (QW, pp. 631–2).
F (Charter) vf, James (25 Jul); gr 7 Aug 1308, by K Edw II to Guichard de Charrun, the younger. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1300–26, p. 121). In 1329, the fair was held by Bertram de Moentbouchers and Joan, his wife. The fair had come to them through Joan, daughter of Guichard de Charrun, the younger (QW, pp. 631–2).

TUXFORD 4737 3711. 1334 Subsidy 76.50. Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475).
M (Charter) Mon; gr 8 Jul 1218, by K Hen III to John de Lexington. In 1329, Thomas de Bokerynk, Thomas de Lunguilers, John de Barkesworth, Robert de Hakthorn, Joan his wife and Peter Fonne and Margaret his wife were holding the market. It was stated that John de Lexington was the ancestor of Thomas de Bokerynk, Thomas de Lunguilers, Joan wife of Robert de Hakthorn, Margaret, wife of Peter de Fonne and Elizabeth, wife of John de Barksworth (QW, pp. 633–4). On 8 May 1361, John de Lungevillers, kn was holding the market (CIPM, xi, no. 117).
F (Charter) vf, Invention of the Cross (3 May); gr 8 Jul 1218, by K Hen III to John de Lexington. In 1329, Thomas de Bokerynk, Thomas de Lunguilers, John de Barkesworth, Robert de Hakthorn, Joan his wife and Peter Fonne and Margaret his wife were holding the fair. It was stated that John de Lexington was the ancestor of Thomas de Bokerynk, Thomas de Lunguilers, Joan wife of Robert de Hakthorn, Margaret, wife of Peter de Fonne and Elizabeth, wife of John de Barksworth (QW, pp. 633–4).
F (Prescriptive) f, Exaltation of the Cross (14 Sept); recorded 8 May 1361, held by John de Lungevillers, kn (CIPM, xi, no. 117).

WELLOW 4671 3661. 1334 Subsidy 39.50.
M (Charter) gr 22 Oct 1268, by K Hen III to Richard Foliot. To be held at the manor. The roll is damaged and information is missing (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 113). On 22 Feb 1330, the justices in eyre were ordered to permit Margery Foliot, lady of Wellehagh, to have her Fri market notwithstanding the eyre, as she and other lords of the town had had from the time of the making of the charters of the king’s progenitors (CCR, 1330–33, pp. 124, 129). Sir Edward Hastings, a descendant of Richard Foliot, held a Friday market at Wellow at the time of his death in 1438 (M.A. Renshaw, Inquisitions Post Mortem relating to Nottinghamshire, 1437-1485 (Thoroton Society, Record Series 17, 1956), pp. 5-6).
F (Charter) gr 22 Oct 1268, by K Hen III to Richard Foliot. To be held at the manor. The roll is damaged and information is missing (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 113). On 22 Feb 1330, the justices in eyre were ordered to permit Margery Foliot, lady of Wellehagh, to have her fair on f Swithin (2 Jul) notwithstanding the eyre, as she and other lords of the town had had from the time of the making of the charters of the king’s progenitors (CCR, 1330–33, pp. 124, 129). Sir Edward Hastings, a descendant of Richard Foliot, held a fair on f St Swithin at Wellow at the time of his death in 1438 (M.A. Renshaw, Inquisitions Post Mortem relating to Nottinghamshire, 1437-1485 (Thoroton Society, Record Series 17, 1956), pp. 5-6).

WEST BURTON 4798 3855. 1334 Subsidy 46.88.
M (Charter) Fri; gr 22 Nov 1271, by K Hen III to Simon de Preston (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 177). To be held at the manor.
F (Charter) vfm, Whitsunday (Easter dep); gr 22 Nov 1271, by K Hen III to Simon de Preston (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 177). To be held at the manor.

WHATTON 4744 3397. 1334 Subsidy 28.83.
M (Charter) Fri; gr 27 Sept 1338, by K Edw III to Thomas de Novo Mercato, the elder (CChR, 1327–41, p. 456). To be held at the town.
F (Charter) vfm, Holy Trinity (Easter dep); gr 27 Sept 1338, by K Edw III to Thomas de Novo Mercato, the elder (CChR, 1327–41, p. 456). To be held at the town.

WORKSOP 4585 3794. 1334 Subsidy 115.98. Market town c.1600 (Everitt, p. 475).
M (Charter) Wed; gr 12 Nov 1296, by K Edw I to Thomas Furnyvall. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 466). In 1329, Thomas de Furnivall was holding the market (QW, p. 627). A market was held by Thomas de Furnyvall the elder on 18 Apr 1332. The day of the market was not given (CIPM, vii, no. 470).
F (Charter) vf+6, Cuthbert (20 Mar); gr 12 Nov 1296, by K Edw I to Thomas Furnyvall. To be held at the manor (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 466). In 1329, Thomas de Furnivall was holding the fair (QW, p. 627). A fair was held by Thomas de Furnyvall the elder on 18 Apr 1332. The feast of the fair was not given (CIPM, vii, no. 470).

WYSALL 4604 3272. 1334 Subsidy 25.50.
M (Charter) Wed; gr 20 Feb 1270, by K Hen III to Robert de Derlegh (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 135). To be held at the manor.
F (Charter) vfm, Holy Trinity (Easter dep); gr 20 Feb 1270, by K Hen III to Robert de Derlegh (CChR, 1257–1300, p. 135). To be held at the manor.

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