"The advowson (living) of the Church of Berrewike is worth as of old 100 marks."|
"There is a certain orchard containing 2 1/2 acres on either side of the sike (small stream or ditch) of the new demenes, which is farmed (leased) to the Rector of the Church there, formerly at l0s at the terms of Easter and Michaelmas." The demene (demesne) was the lord's estate.
"As there is a certain plot of wood called Le Shaghe where the Rector of the Church has pasture for nine beasts at all times of the year and nevertheless the herbage was formerly worth l8d. beyond (after) the common of the cattle of the Rectory. Also the underwood of the same was formerly worth yearly 3s. Also there is a certain plot of wood called Le Blackfen where the Rector of the Church has common as above."
"There are two water mills of Hillome, sometime worth yearly beyond (after) deductions 50s. 4d and nevertheless were farmed yearly at 60s., all outgoings such as mill wheels and all others to be found at the cost of the Lord."
"There is a certain windmill now demised to William Milner for 28s. 4d. at the terms of Easter and Michaelmas, which used to render 30s."
"Robert Maleverer has utrake in the moor of Potterton this year only, and renders in the same term 2s." (Utrake or outrake is an extensive open place for sheep or free passage for sheep to common lands.)
"Thomas Elis holds an acre of land and half an acre of meadow in Hillome ..."
"William Milner holds the pasture of Milneholme below the garden of Hillome, and renders at Michaelmas 2s.
A small plot of pasture below the mill, nil (no rent) here because it is with the mill."
"Alfred Manston holds an acre of moor from the lord's Waste in Secrofte, in a place called Allershaghsike for enclosing his field ...."
"William Horton holds the road-toll (cheminage) over Wynmore and renders yearly at Michaelmas 5s."
|Thomas Somercotes||William Blrche||John Cocke|
|Thomas Wombwell||John Saner||Sybil de Britby|
|John Wllleson||William Kynston||Dionisius Balllby|
|William Saney||Robert Ellis||Amicia Hankoke|
|Hugh Spynke||Ellen Vessey||William Langloo|
|John Rauson||John Harpyn||Robert Edlington|
|Thomas Symson||John Grenefeld at Barnboghe||John Talllor|
|Nicholas Gascoigne at Barnboghe|
|Casteldike||Ketelcrofte||Osmerthicke (a burial place)|
|Godwynrode||Le Roundhey||Bondinge (meadow)|
|Okenheade (a certain park)||Welleflatte||Stockinge|
|croft||a small piece of arable land||rode||a road.|
|stank||a ditch, pond or dam||carre||boggy ground,|
|shagh (shaw)||a small wood||dike||a ditch or bank.|
|enge (ing)||a meadow , often near a river or stream||flatte (flat)||a collectlon of strips in an open field.|