Vol. 131: Court Rolls of the Manor of Acomb V.I

Vol. 131: Court Rolls of the Manor of Acomb V.I

Volume CXXXI of The Yorkshire Archaeological Society Record Series is for the year 1968.

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Acomb was a township within the wapentake of Ainsty, two miles to the west of York (Acomb is now included within the boundaries of the city). The manorial court met in three capacities – the Court Baron for freehoders, the Court Customary for Copyholders, and the Court Leet, which was concerned with keeping the peace in the manor. The court rolls in this volume cover the period 1544–1760. Included alongside the court rolls are leases, surrenders, call rolls, lists of presentments and pains bringing together documents held in York City Archives, The Borthwick Institute for Historical Research, and private collections.

  • Size 218 x 138mm
  • Format Hardback
  • Pages 260
  • ISBN 9780902122024
  • Editor Harold Richardson
  • Year 1969