37) The differentiation into "'urban" and "rural" inhabitants is established by detailed analysis of the successive surveys and rentals and the surrenders and admissions of copyhold
tenements in the court rolls in HL, HAM, Box 25, folders 3-4, 9, and 11.
The online revision of the MDR is aimed not just at lawyers and copyhold
tenants, but also at undergraduate and postgraduate students, professional and amateur historians, archivists and archaeologists.
His father as lord of the manor had received 'heavy fines' to grant licences to masters to mine coal on copyhold
land in Sedgley manor adjoining the Birmingham Canal but the new canals would open up rival collieries which threatened their trade.
is described by Gray as `a villein tenement new-made'.
In fifteenth-century East Anglia, servile land tenure most commonly developed into copyhold
Villeinage and copyhold
farms were almost non-present in this region of Denmark in the first half of the 19th century, while more than 60% of the farmers on the eastern isles of Denmark were copyholders (Bjorn, 1988).
To the propertied, freedom and law were linked, their revolution was fought to establish absolute rights to property and to enable the transformation of copyhold
into leasehold, transmuting all customary land rights by enclosing commons, forests, fens.
One grisly aspect of the raid on the house in Copyhold
Lane was the discovery of a girlie magazine containing an article entitled The Hit Man's Holiday, the true story of a murder victim being dismembered to prevent identification.
Much more important was the legalized ability of the artisan manufacturers to raise mortgages on tbeir freehold and copyhold
Miss PRUDENCE M DAILEY, Chairman, Prayer Book Society, The Studio, Copyhold
Farm, Lady Grove, Goring Heath, Reading RG8 7RT
This removed the last useful function of medieval manorial courts, which were still being held in places where copyhold
Such preservationist zeal was especially evident in the laws of land or tenement tenure by copyhold
, under which the retention of the document (deed or copy of court roll) was essential to establishing ownership.