Report and transactions Volume 29

 
9781236053206: Report and transactions Volume 29
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 Excerpt: ...Hela (No. 186, p. 168), occurring as it does in a sequence in Braunton Hundred, must lie in Braunton Hundred; and Alured the Breton's Hiele (No. 1085, p. 1037), it has been already shewn (Trans, xxviii. 477), must lie in Hairidge Hundred. It follows that Godbold's Hele (No. 1158, p. 1099) is all that is left in Domesday to represent the 1 fee of Hele Poure and the J fee of Hele Godinge, unless Helescaue is identified with one of them. A case seems already made out for including Helescaue in Shebbear Hundred; in other words, for excluding it from North Tawton Hundred. It does not grow weaker as we go on, for Godbold's Hele was assessed at 1 virgate, and its extent was 503 acres. Helescaue was assessed also at 1 virgate, and its extent was 805 acres. It seems hardly likely that Godbold's Hele, with its 1 virgate, should have grown into two estates, one a whole fee, and the other a quarter fee; and since Hele Poure, one of them, must have been a large estate to be chargeable as a whole knight's fee, it is more probable that Hele Poure and Hele Godding were separately represented in Domesday, Hele Godding being Godbold's Vol. xxix. s Hele,49 Hele Poure being Baldwin's Helescaue. The only objection which suggests itself to this identification is, that if Hele'Poure represents the Domesday Helescaue, Hele Poure ought prima facie to be held of the Honour of Okhamton, whereas, as a fact, it was held of the Honour of Plymton. To this it may be answered that among Baldwin's estates other instances are found of estates which are held of the Honour of Plymton; for example, Woolley (Uluelie, No. 447, p. 421), Stockleigh Dabernon (No. 443, p. 417), Woolaton (Oladone, No. 444, p. 417), and Witewei (No. 570, p. 543) in Kingsteignton. 18. The other place which is open to do...

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