|Strodes: see Strood.
STROOD" [Strodes]; Simon de Chelesfeld's land in,
apportionment of, 1198, xxiii.
Sudborc, Dartford, 1195, iv.
Sudflete: see Southfleet.
SUTTON [Suttune], land in, Philip Danmartin and
Lecia his wife to Geoffrey Fitz Piers, 1197, xviii.
SUTTON [Sutune] : the common pasture of North
Ocholte claimed by Geoffrey Fitz Piers, 1197, xix.
Suttune: see Sutton.
Templars, the: see Lee, 1196, viii.
Tenilland, Reginald de, a tenant in Godinton,
Tirel, Mabel, wife of Warin: see under Dartford,
1195-6, i. and iv.
Tirel, Warm, and Mabel his wife: see under
Dartford, 1195-6, i. and iv.
Torneham, Stephen de, a judge, 1198, xxvii.-xlviii.
Tresgoz, Henry de: see under Mere, 1197, xii.
Tresgoz, John de, and his brothers Henry and
Thomas : see under Mere, 1197, xii.
Tresgoz, Thomas de: see under Mere, 1197, xii.
Truelinge, Little Dartford, 1195, iv.
Turstan, and his brothers Ralph, Walter,
Mathew, and Adam: see under Rodmersham,
Uikham, a field in East Ratling, 1196, vi.
Ussebum: see Husseburn.
Vabadun, Aveline de, wife of Richard: see under
Shipbourne, 1195-6, i.
Vabadun, Richard de : see under Shipborne,
Vinetarius, Alan, Little Dartford, 1195, iv.
Virgate, or Yardland, 1198, xxxi., note.
||Wallensis, Richard, a tenant in Godinton,
Walter and his five brothers: see under
Rodmersham, 1197, xiii.
Walton [Woltun], abutment, Littlebourne,
Ware land, 1198, Stisted, xliv.
Wareland, 1198, xxxvi., note.
Warect land, 1198, xxxvi., note.
Waren: see Warenne.
Warene: see Warenne.
Warenne [Waren, Warene], William de, a judge,
1197-8, xx. to xxiii.
Warm, Adam le, son of William, Street, xiii.
Warm, Hawise le, widow of William, 1198,
Warin, Robert le, son of William, 1198,
Warin, William le, dead, Street, 1198, xiii.
Wenhella: see Ovenhill
Westcrofta, in Leeds, 1198, xii.
Winchester, Geoffrey do Lucy, Bishop of, a
judge, 1197, x.
Wodnesberge, Benedict de, Buckland,
Woltun: see Walton.
Worthgate [Wrtgate], abutment, Canterbury,
Wrotham, William, de, attorney of Geoffrey Fitz
Piers, 1197, xviii. and xix,
Wrotham, William de: see under Ocholte.
Wrtgate, i.e. Worthgate, Canterbury
Wulf, Estrilda, wife of, and Luke and Philip, sons
of, tenants in Fleet manor in Richborough,
Yardland: see under Yirgate.
Yoke of land, 1197, xx. note.