The Pipe-Rolls

Or Sheriff"s Annual Accounts Of The Revenues Of The Crown For The Counties Of Cumberland, Westmoreland And Durham, During The Reigns Of Henry II, Richard I And John by Society Of Antiquaries Of Newcastle Upon

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Volumes held in stock by or obtainable via the Pipe Roll Society are listed below. Orders should be addressed to: Hon. Treasurer, Pipe Roll Society, The National Archives, Ruskin Avenue, Kew TW9 4DU. Please note that the stocks of the early volumes are limited and supply cannot be guaranteed. Read the digitized book:The Lancashire Pipe Rolls of 31 Henry I., A. D. , and of the Reigns of Henry II., A. D. - Great Britain Exchequer.   "William Marshal, 1st Earl of Pembroke ( or – 14 May ), also called William the Marshal (Norman French: Williame le Mareschal), was an Anglo-Norman soldier and statesman. He served five English kings – The "Young King" Henry, Henry II, Richard I, John, and Henry s: Sibilla Marshall, of Salisbury.   Index to Norfolk persons and places, in the Pipe Rolls, Curia Regis Rolls, Feet of Fines, Charter Rolls, Close Rolls, Patent Rolls by Timothy Hawes. Published by T. Hawes in Cringleford, Norwich. Written in EnglishPages:

Buy The pipe-rolls, of sheriffs annual accounts of the revenues of the crown for the counties of Cumberland, Westmorland, and Durham, during the reigns of Henry II, Richard I, and John by Great Britain. Exchequer (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders. plural of pipe roll Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. The Dialogue also states that the Pipe rolls, along with Domesday Book and other records, were kept in the treasury, because they were required for daily use by the Exchequer clerks. The main source of income recorded on the Pipe rolls was the county farm, or income derived from lands held by the king.   Hugo was the Lord of Stoke (TALMAGE) in Oxfordshire (named after the family) at a time when Normans had replaced King Harold's Thegns. He gave many gifts to the Abbey of Thame, which were recorded in Pipe Rolls during the reign of Henry I ().

The Winchester pipe rolls are just the last stage in the accounting process. The day-to-day running of each manor was entrusted to one of the local people, known as the reeve. Manors were grouped together into bailiwicks, each run by a bailiff. The chief administrative officer .

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The Lancashire Pipe rolls of 31 Henry I., A. and of the reigns of Henry II., A. Richard I., A. and King John, A. The Latin text extended and notes added. Also early Lancashire charters of the period from the This book, "The Lancashire Pipe rolls", by W.

Farrer, is a replication of a book Author: W. Farrer. The pipe rolls of the Exchequer contain accounts of the royal income, arranged by county, for each financial year. They represent the earliest surviving series of public records, and are essentially continuous from onwards until the 19th century; one roll from also survives.

pipe rolls, ancient records of the crown revenue and expenditures of England, so called, probably, because of the pipelike form of the rolled parchments on which these records were kept. The oldest extant pipe roll dates from the 31st year of the reign of Henry I (), and from they are almost completely intact.

Th e Pipe Roll Society, founded at the Public Record Office (now The National Archives) inis dedicated to publishing editions of the pipe rolls of the Exchequer and of other related medieval documents. Our members include scholars, students and members of the public from across the UK and wider world.

All members of the Society are entitled to a copy of each volume when published (and. : The Pipe-Rolls, or Sheriff's Annual Accounts of the Revenues of the Crown for the Counties of Cumberland, Westmorland, The Pipe-Rolls book Durham, During the Reigns of Henry I., Richard I., And John (Classic Reprint) (): John Hodgson-Hinde: Books.

The Winchester pipe rolls are among the very greatest monuments to medieval English administration and record-keeping. As a source for economic and social history between the thirteenth and the fifteenth centuries they are without equal, since even documents of roughly comparable structure and purpose cannot offer anything like the same quantity and variety of information, or coverage of.

The great rolls of the pipe for the second, third, and fourth years of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D.,Now first printed from the Pages:   The great roll of the pipe for the first year of the reign of King Richard the First, A.D.

Now first printed from the original in the custody of the Right Hon. The Pipe-Rolls book master of the rolls, under the care of Joseph Hunter.

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London: Pipe Roll Society, : The pipe-rolls, or sheriff's annual accounts of the revenues of the crown, for the counties of Cumberland, Westmorland and Durham during the reigns of Henry i., Richard i.

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Pipe Rolls, J. Conway Davies. Founded by the Public Record Office inthe Pipe Rolls Society was dedicated to publishing editions of the pipe rolls of. About this Book Catalog Record Details.

The Lancashire Pipe rolls of 31 Henry I., A.D. and of the Great Britain. View full catalog record. OCLC Number: Notes: "Reproduced in facsimile from the edition of " Listed as Pipe roll society.

Extra publication. Originally published: The great rolls of the pipe for the second, third, and fourth years of the reign of King Henry the Second, A.D. ,The Exchequer Pipe Rolls were the written records of the crown revenue and expenditures for one financial year, which ran from Michalemas (Sept 29) to Michalemas.

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Book has convincingly been shown to have an administrative meaning.2 In part because of this, the meaning of 'waste' in the pipe rolls of the II50S is also now questioned. But 'waste' in Domesday and 'waste' in these later records appear to be two different things.

In this article I shall be defending. that its pipe rolls were, next to Domesday Book, ‘recorda, omnium quae in archivis Regiis usquam vidisse me memini, splendidissima’.1 Some more recent historians have been less positive.

Nicholas Vincent suggested that ‘the pipe rolls were more or less useless as a means of calculating overall income and expenditure’.2 Mark Hagger. The earliest Pipe Rolls were contemporaneous with the Domesday Book of Norman Times, the Book being an inventory of land.

The earliest surviving roll dates from the reign of Henry I in The last Pipe Rolls were created inwhen other more modern accounting methods were put in place and the Pipe Office, which was responsible for. 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 JohnPages: The Pipe Rolls are the oldest series of English governmental documents, and were created by the most ancient department of the English government, the Exchequer, which existed by The earliest survivor dates from the reign of Henry I, and is second only to Domesday Book itself in.

EBook; Book; Online Published Newcastle: Printed by T. and J. Hodgson, Language Latin Variant Title Pipe-rolls Pipe rolls Sheriff's annual accounts of the revenues of the crown Series Making of Modern Law Description lxxv, p.

; 24 cm. Notes "Published by. Sources Early records of Wells cathedral, in Somerset () Three early registers of the dean and chapter of Wells - the Liber Albus I (White Book; R I), Liber Albus II (R III), and Liber Ruber (Red Book; R II, section i) - were edited by W.

Bird for the Historical Manuscripts Commissioners and published in The principal sources are Domesday Book itself and the associated documents, the pipe rolls, local surveys and the Cartae Baronum of (see feudal surveys), and nearly 60 collections of charters. The outcome was a searchable database, containing biographical and.

The Pipe rolls, sometimes called the Great rolls, or the Great Rolls of the Pipe are a collection of financial records maintained by the English Exchequer, or Treasury, and its earliest date from the 12th century, and the series extends, mostly complete, from then until They form the oldest continuous series of records concerning English governance kept by the English.

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the edition of the Red Book of the Exchequer, pp.'.4 In further support of Mr. Poole's assertion, I will now show, by a single illustration, the confusion which may arise from the misdating of a Pipe Roll, as in these 'Red Book' entries, even by one year.

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