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" Villans of every village, were to enquire into the name of the place, who held it in the time of King Edward, who was the present possessor, how many hides in the Manor, how many... "
Parochial Antiquities Attempted in the History of Ambrosden: Burcester, and ... - Page 85
by White Kennett - 1818 - 9 pages
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The Table Book..., Volume 1

William Hone - 1827 - 870 pages
...Survey, certain commissioners, called the king's justiciaries, were appointed inquisitors : it appears, upon the oaths of the sheriffs, the lords of each manor the presbyters of every church, the reeves of етегу hundred, the bailiffs, and six villans of every village, veré to inquire into...
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The Table Book, Volume 1

William Hone - 1827 - 870 pages
...Survey, certain commissioners, called the king's justiciaries, were appointed inquisitors : it appears, upon the oaths of the sheriffs, the lords of each manor, the presbyters of every church, the reeves of every hundred, the bailiffs, and six villans of every village, were to inquire into the name...
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A Catalogue of the Library of the College of St. Margaret and St ..., Volume 1

Queens' College (University of Cambridge). Library, Thomas Hartwell Horne - 1827
...Justiciaries, were appointed, who (it appears) associated to them some principal person in each county : and these inquisitors, upon the oaths of the sheriffs, the lords of each manor, the presbyters of each church, the reeves of every hundred, the bailiffs and six villa ,. of every village, were to inquire...
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Illustrations of the History of Great Britain: An Historical Viel ..., Volume 2

Richard Thomson - 1828
...Commissioners, called the King's Justices, who were appointed to travel throughout England, and to register, upon the oaths of the Sheriffs, the lords of each manor, the priests of every church, the stewards of every hundred, the bailiffs and six villeins of every village...
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A General Introduction to Domesday Book;: Accompanied by Indexes ..., Volume 1

Sir Henry Ellis - 1833 - 543 pages
...e que in thesauro regali cu toti9 Anglie descriptionib} conseruatur." The Inquisitors, it appears, upon the oaths of the Sheriffs, the Lords of each...Presbyters of every Church, the Reves of every Hundred, the Bailiffs and six Villans of every village, were to enquire into the name of the place, who held...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

1835
...purpose of showing the manner in which the inquiry was conducted : — " The inquisitors, it appears, upon the oaths of the sheriffs, the lords of each...presbyters of every church, the reves of every hundred, the bailiff's, and six villans of every village, were to inquire into the name of the place, who held...
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The Every-day Book and Table Book: Or, Everlasting Calandar of Popular ...

William Hone - 1835
...certain commissioners, called the king's justiciaries, were appoinled inquisitors : it appears, upon ihe oaths of the sheriffs, the lords of each manor, the presbyters of every church, the reeves of every hundred, the bailiffs, and six villans of every village, veré to inquire into the...
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The British and Foreign Review: Or, European Quarterly Journal

1835
...purpose of showing the manner in which the inquiry was conducted : — " The inquisitors, it appears, upon the oaths of the sheriffs, the lords of each manor, the preshyters of every church, the rcves of every hundred, the bailiff*, and six villans of every village,...
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The History and Antiquities of Somersetshire: Being a General and ..., Volume 1

William Phelps - 1836
...For adjusting this survey, certain commissioners, called the King's Justiciaries were appointed, who, upon the oaths of the Sheriffs, the Lords of each manor, the Presbyters of every church, the Reeves of every hundred, the Bailiff and six villans of every village, were to inquire into the name...
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Penny Cyclopaedia of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful ..., Volumes 9-10

1837
...the brother of Eudo Dapifer, who probably associated with them some principal person in each shire. These inquisitors, upon the oaths of the sheriffs,...presbyters of every church, the reves of every hundred, the bailiffs and six villains of every village, were to enquire into the name of the place, who held...
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