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Archaeologia Cantiana -  Vol. 1  1858  page 283
Index to - Kent Feet of Fines 1196-99 Richard I
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Hodeshole, Ralph de: see Southfleet,
   1198, xxix, xxx
Hoga, abutment, Fleet, in Richborough, 1197, xiv.
Hoo [Ho], land in, Henry de Scornes to James and
   Thomas de Fugeleston, 1197, xx.
Hoppekamell garden, in Rodmersham, 1197, xiii.
Horepole, Ernulph de, brother of Vitalis, Boxley,
   1197, x.
Horepole, Vitalis de, and his brother Ernulph,
   Boxley, 1197, x.
HORTON: apportionment of Simon de Chelesfeld's
   land among coheirs, 1198, xxiii.
HUDIMERE and GODINTON: see under Godinton
Husebourne: see Husseburn.
Hussebourne: see Husseburn.
Husseburn [Huseboume, Hussebourne, Usseburn],
   Thomas de, a judge, 1196-8, i.-xxiii.

Idele, Richard de, a tenant of Eudo Pateric, 
   1198, xxv.
Isabel, the Lady, xiv.
Jugum, a yoke of land, 1197, xx., note.
Kemesle, Elfric de, Detling, 1198, xxxviii.
Kersiges, Adam de, and Beatrice his wife, 
   Ovenhill, 1198, xliv.
Kingsiges, Beatrice de, wife of Adam, Ovenhill,
   1198, xliv.
Kingesland, Little Dartford, 1195, iv.
KNOCKHOLT: Manor of Ocholte, in, 1197, iv.

Langeport: see Langport.
LANGESSTROD, six shillings rent in, quitclaimed
   by Benedict de Dapphese to Adam Escabi,
  1197, xvi.
LANG-POET [Langeport]: Roberfc Polre to John
   Flitz Gilebert, 1198, xl.
Ledes: see Leeds.
LEE [de la Lee], the land of, quitclaimed by Galiana
   widow of Ralph Fitz Gillobi to the Templars,
   1196, via.
LEEDS [Ledes]: Robert Fitz Turkill and Peter de
   Ledes, 1198, xli.
Leeds [de Ledes], Peter de, Leeds, 1198, xli.
Lefset, a tenant in Godinton, 1197, xv.
Leibourn, Robert de: see under Mere, 1197, xii.
Lesnes, Fulco, Abbot of, and the Convent: see
   under Ocholte, 1197, six.
LID : see Langport, in.
LITTLEBOURNE, land, etc., in, xvii.
Littleburne, the Park of, abutment, 1197, xvii.
London, Richard Nigellus, Bishop of, a judge,
   1195-7, i.-x.
Longchamp [de Longo Campo], Aveline, wife of
   Osbert, Ovenhill, 1196, vii.; 1198, xliv.
Longchamp [de Longo Campo], Osbert, and
   Aveline Ms wife: see Ovenhill, 1196, vii.;
   1198, xliy.
Longo Campo, de: see Longchamp.

Macstone, Sarah de Dine, 1198, xxiv.
Maleterre, John, Ewell, 1198, xxxv.
Marige ? : see Harige.
Maritagium, 1198, xxiv. note.
Mathew and his five brothers: see under
   Rodmersham, 1197, xiii.
Medway, fishery in, 1196, vii.
Memory, Legal, limit of, 276.
MERE [i.e. Mere Court, in Rainham] three parts
   of a carucate in: John de Tresgoz and his 
   brothers Henry and Thomas, to Robert de 
   Leiburn, 1197, xii.
Mill, "Mulctura" in, Allington, 1196, vii.
Mohesden, Amicia de, wife of William: see under
   Dartford, 1195, iv.
Mohesden, William de: see under Dartford,
   1195, iv.
Molendinarius, Alice, widow of Hugh, Little
   Dartford, 1195, iv.
Molendinarius, Hugh, dead, Little Dartford,
   1195, iv.
Molendinarius, Renger, Little Dartford,
   1195, iv.
Mortdauncestor, the writ of, 1197, xvi., note.
Mortestorm, Albrea de, wife of Stephen : see under
   Shipborne, 1195-6, ii.
Mortestorn, Stephen de: see Shipborne, 1195-6, ii.
Mor'tgage, a, 1198, xxv.
Mulctura, in a mill, Arlington, 1198, vii.

Nallis [perhaps Cnolla], abutment, Fleet, in
   Richborough, 1197, xiv.
NEWCHURCH [Newecherche]: Ralph Fitz
   Thomas to Hamo Fitz William, 1198, xxxiv.
Newecherche: see Newchurch.
Newemad: see under Ripple.
Noll: see Cnolla.
Nordborc, Dartford, 1195, iv.
Nord Ocholte, i.e. North Ocholte: see Ocholte.
Northbrook: see Nordbore.

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