Durham Cathedral Archive: Medieval Accounting Material: Main Estates and Obedientiaries
Introduction
Contents
Arrangement
Related material elsewhere

Catalogue

Reference code: GB-0033-DCD (subdivision given under each category)
Title: Durham Cathedral Archive: Medieval Accounting Material: Main Estates and Obedientiaries
Dates of creation: 13th - 16th century
Extent: given under each category
Held by: Durham University Library, Archives and Special Collections
Origination: accounting records made by officials responsible to the monastery at Durham.
Language: Latin

Contents

With one significant exception this list aims to cover all the medieval accounting material found in the Durham Cathedral Muniments, together with items from the series of accounts that has been found elsewhere. The exception is material relating to the collection of taxation, briefly listed in the Appendix; for this to be dealt with properly will require examination of the corresponding material in the Public Record Office.
In the lists that follow all items simply defined by date are accounts. For all other accounting material a brief indication of its nature is given, in terms that match those used in the reference to the document, e.g. Bursar, Sale of Tithes. Here, however, the dates covered by each item are given as fully as possible, and where these are not taken directly from the heading, either because it is lost or damaged, or because it does not give full details, this is shown by square brackets, [ ].

Accession details

Deposited by the Dean and Chapter of Durham in 1947.

Arrangement

The accounts are listed by accountant, in chronological order. They are identified by their date: a date alone shows that it is the standard document for the section (usually this means it is an account, but in a section such as Bursar-Granator Indentures it will be an indenture. Where accounts contain other information this is given in the description. If the document is not of the standard form, the date is qualified in some form, such as Status, 1328, which serves to differentiate it from the main sequence. Where more than one version of a document occurs it is marked within the description by a series of letters (A), (B) etc. On a few occasions there are two different documents of the same type in the same year, which have separate entries, such as Status, 1328 (A) and Status, 1328 (B) - where these have separate entries they are different documents, where included under the same heading they are duplicates.
The rounded heads of the rolls may have been carried out as late as the nineteenth century, as on Hostiller 1353-4 where modern writing on the dorse has been partly cut away.

The large group of medieval accounts was listed in a single catalogue, but as more detail is added it has expanded and has been divided into three sections (December 2017) as follows:
Main estate and obedientiaries (this catalogue)
Subsidiary estates and manors
Cells of Durham Priory

Related material elsewhere

Durham Cathedral MS B.II.35
Inventory of relics, 1383
Durham Cathedral MS C.III.4
ff. 2 and 233 Bursar's Arrears and debts, [Summer 1308, from c. 1290 onwards]:
... [Arrears from c.1290 - summer 1308, outstanding summer 1308]
An indenture listing arrears and debts due to the Bursar was apparently cut up to form the front and back pastedowns and fly-leaves of this book, with f.2r following below f.233r after a small gap, and, as the dorse, f.2v below f.233v. Text was cut away along each edge and the main heading is lost, together with the headings to the first sections of the list. Each of the surviving columns seems to cover about four half-year terms, with little lost at the top, suggesting that the Pentecost term 1290 headed the column that survives in part on the left edge, and it is likely that this was the first column since the end of the list is found at this point on the other side of the parchment; the last term covered is the half-year running from Martinmas 1307, followed by the list of debts. The date of the indenture, the date on which the arrears listed were outstanding, cannot be earlier than the end of the last term covered, in early summer 1308, but it does not appear to be much later, as the total differs from the totals of the "magnum cyrograffum" at Martinmas 1308, 1309 and 1310 [Bursars Accounts 1308-9 (B), 1309-10]; a possible date would be between 10.viii.1308 and 26.x.1308 when the Bursar's office changed hands [Misc.Ch.5051 1 ; Misc.Ch.4612].
Cambridge Jesus College MS Q.G.13
ff.1-8 comprise parts of a Bursar Account 1420-1
Cambridge Trinity Coll. MS 365
Front flyleaf is fragment of second copy of Almoner's Account, 14 May 1464 - 27 May 1465
British Library MS Cotton Faustina A.vi ff. 110-111.
(Prior of Durham's Register, sometimes described as Reg. Parv. I) ff. 110 and 111 Two pieces of Chamberlain's expenses section, c.1380.
Bibliography Surtees Society publications (in order of issue)
Raine, J. ed., The priory of Finchale. The charters of endowment, inventories, and account rolls, of the priory of Finchale, in the county of Durham SS 6 (1837)
Raine, J. ed., Historiae Dunelmensis scriptores tres: Gaufridus de Coldingham, Robertus de Greystanes, et Willielmus de Chambre SS 9 (1839)
Raine, J. ed., The priory of Coldingham. The correspondence, inventories, account rolls, and law proceedings, of the priory of Coldingham SS 12 (1841)
Raine, J. ed., The Durham household book; or, the accounts of the bursar of the monastery of Durham from Pentecost 1530 to Pentecost 1534 SS 18 (1844)
Raine, J. ed., The inventories and account rolls of the Benedictine houses or cells of Jarrow and Monk-Wearmouth, in the county of Durham SS 29 (1854)
Fowler, J.T. ed., Extracts from the Account Rolls of the Abbey of Durham vols. i-iii, SS 99; 100; 103 (1898; 1899; 1901)
Storey, R.L., ed., The register of Thomas Langley, bishop of Durham, 1406-1437 SS 164; 166; 169; 170; 177; 182. (1956; 1957; 1959; 1961; 1966; 1970)
Other references
Ash, M. “The Administration of the Diocese of St Andrews”, PhD Newcastle 1972
Blakiston, H.E.D. ed., “Some Durham College rolls”, in M. Burrows ed., Collectanea. Third Series, Oxford Historical Society 32 (1896)
Burton, T. & Raine, J. The History and Antiquities of the Parish of Hemingbrough (York, 1888)
Dobson, R.B., Durham priory, 1400-1450 (Cambridge 1973)
Fishwick, H. ed., The History of the Parish of Lytham in the county of Lancaster, Chetham Society 60 (1907).
Fowler, J.T., ed. “Inventory of the vestments, books, etc., of the priory of Finchale, A.D. 1481”, Trans. Archaeological & Architectural Society of Durham & Northumberland iv (1890-95), 134-47
Pantin, W.A. Documents illustrating the activities of the General and Provincial Chapters of the English Black Monks
Piper, A.J., “Evidence of accounting and local estate services at Durham: c. 1240”, Archives xx (1992), 36-9.
Raine, J. The history and antiquities of North Durham (1852)
Woolgar, C.M., ed. Household Accounts from Medieval England ii, (Oxford, 1993)
A history of the county of York (Victoria County History) vol. iii, (1913)
Abbreviations An indication is given where documents have been printed, extracted or mentioned. Where this is followed by a number, this refers to a volume of the Surtees Society:
6: J. Raine ed., The Priory of Finchale. ... (1837).
9: J. Raine ed., Historiae Dunelmensis scriptores tres: ... (1839).
12: J. Raine ed., The Priory of Coldingham. ... (1841).
18: J. Raine ed., The Durham Household Book; ... (1844).
29: J. Raine ed., The Inventories and Account Rolls of the Benedictine Houses or Cells of Jarrow and Monk-Wearmouth, ... (1854).
99: J.T. Fowler ed., Extracts from the Account Rolls of the Abbey of Durham i (1898).
100: J.T. Fowler ed., Extracts from the Account Rolls of the Abbey of Durham ii (1899).
103: J.T. Fowler ed., Extracts from the Account Rolls of the Abbey of Durham iii (1901).
In a number of cases the indication refers to more than one place in Volumes 99, 100 and 103; this arises when separated pieces of the same account have been rejoined.
For Lytham the references "CS" are to:
H. Fishwick ed., The History of the Parish of Lytham ..., Chetham Society 60 (1907).
For Oxford "OHS" refers to:
H.E.D. Blakiston, “Some Durham College rolls”, in M. Burrows ed., Collectanea. Third Series, Oxford Historical Society 32 (1896).

Catalogue

The Main Cathedral Priory Estate
Terrar
Reference: DCD-Ter.acs
Dates of creation: 1324-1513
Extent: 28 items
DCD-Ter.acs 1324   1324
Dated: “...bert in March '23”. Dues, 1324
The roll has nine sections, each with a heading specifying one of the customary dues paid to the Terrar and the term for the payment; the entries in each section specify a township and the amount due. The damaged general heading can only refer to the feast of St Cuthbert on 20 March; modernizing the year given would put this in 1324, but the second section is headed "Ad festum Pentecostes Anno eodem", whereas medieval practice should have made this in the next year. The final section is for the Circumcision (1 January) term. The roll may therefore cover either 1323-1324, or 1324-1325.
DCD-Ter.acs [1391-2 ?]   [1391-2 ?]
The entry for expenses of the Halmote Court in late June refers to Thomas Lythe, Bursar, who held that office in 1391-2 and again in 1396-7. He was also Terrar in 1396-7 and his Account survives; the total of Receipts does not match the total on this Account, and so this Account is assigned to his earlier period as Bursar. Expenses of the Halmote Court are given for February and June; if these are in order, this Account probably covers the same period as the Bursar's Account 1391-2: Michaelmas - Michaelmas, but if this Account runs Pentecost - Pentecost, like later Terrar's Accounts, it would belong to 1392-3, for Lythe to be Bursar in late June within the Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 305 (dated as "1430-40").
DCD-Ter.acs 1396-7   1396-7
Pentecost (21 May) 1396 - same feast next year (10 June 1397)
Thomas Lythe
(on the dorse of Bursar's Summary Ac., 1396-7)
(Kept with Bursar's Accounts)
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 600.
DCD-Ter.acs 1414-5   1414-5
Pentecost [27 May] 1414 - ... next year [19 May 1415]... [William] Barry
The closing date is assumed to be the same as the opening feast, as on subsequent Accounts. William Barry is fully named on Bursar's Account 1414-15.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 300-1.
DCD-Ter.acs 1416-7   1416-7
Pentecost [7 June] 1416 - same feast next year [30 May] 1417
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 301-2.
DCD-Ter.acs 1417-8   1417-8
Pentecost [30 May] '17 - same feast next year [15 May 1418]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 302.
DCD-Ter.acs 1418-9   1418-9
Pentecost [15 May] 1418 - same feast next year [4 June 1419]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 302.
DCD-Ter.acs 1419-20   1419-20
Pentecost [4 June] 1419 - same feast next year [26 May 1420]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 302-3.
DCD-Ter.acs 1420-1   1420-1
Pentecost 1421 - same feast next year
William Barry
This Account is not a duplicate or draft of the Account dated to 1421-2. The sum of Exoneration at the foot of this Account matches the sum for Arrears at the head of the Account dated to 1421-2, and so this Account is dated to the preceding year; this fits better with the expenses of William Ebchester's inception which occur on three other accounts for 1420-1; Feretrar, Hostiller, Sacrist. In fact the "j" of "xxj" is an addition to the heading, perhaps made with a view to using this Account as a draft for the following year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 303.
DCD-Ter.acs 1421-2   1421-2
Pentecost 1401 - same feast next year
William Barry
The year as given in the heading is suspect as William of Kelloe occurs as Terrar in September and October 1401 (Loc.IV:27), while William Barry does not otherwise occur in office until 1407 x 1408 (Pittington Ac.). This Account has in the Expenses section a payment to the Sacrist for clothes "Clericulis in ecclesia"; such payments first occur on the Account for 1414-5, varying from year to year. The sum paid on this Account matches that received by the Sacrist in 1421-2 and so this Account is dated to that year. The word "vicesimo" was presumably omitted from the heading.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 299-300.
DCD-Ter.acs 1425-6   1425-6
Pentecost [27 May] 1425 - same feast next year [19 May 1426]
Henry Helay
The body of this and subsequent terrars' accounts to 1436 are all in one hand, smaller and more personal from 1434, as also Elvethall 1433-4 and 1434-5 [drafts]; presumably Henry Helay, terrar and hostiller.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 303.
DCD-Ter.acs 1426-7   1426-7
Pentecost [19 May] 1426 - same feast next year [8 June 1427]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 304.
DCD-Ter.acs 1427-8   [1427-8 ?]
[? Henry Helay]
The only evidence for dating this Account seems to be the entry for Expenses at York for the Archbishop's installation; this is Kempe, who was installed 1 September 1427. The Terrar's Account for 1426-7 has a payment {in advance?} for this occasion. Henry Helay was Terrar for the Account 1426-7, and appears as Terrar on Bursar's Account 1429-30; he is probably the accountant for this Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 304 Dated as "1430-40".
DCD-Ter.acs 1429-30   [1429-30 ?]
... - same feast next year
Henry Helay
The sole evidence for dating this Account is a nineteenth century endorsement: "1429", which may have been made when the heading was intact. Bursar's Account 1429-30 shows that the Terrar was Henry Helay at the time in question.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 304 Dated as "1429".
DCD-Ter.acs 1433-4   1433-4
Pentecost [31 May] 1433 - same feast next year [16 May 1434]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 305.
DCD-Ter.acs 1434-5   1434-5
Pentecost [16 May] 1434 - same feast next year [5 June 1435]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 305.
DCD-Ter.acs 1435-6   1435-6
Pentecost [5 June] 1435 - same feast next year [27 May 1436]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 305.
DCD-Ter.acs 1463-4   1463-4
Pentecost [29 May] 1463 - same feast [20 May] 1464
William Cuthbert
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 305-6.
DCD-Ter.acs 1504-5   1504-5
Pentecost [26 May] 1504 - same feast [11 May] 1505
Thomas Swalwell
The body of this and all subsequent terrars' account is in the hand of Peter Lee, monk of Durham, subsequently terrar and hostiller.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 306.
DCD-Ter.acs 1505-6   1505-6
Pentecost [11 May] 1505 - same feast [31 May] 1506
Thomas Swalwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 306.
DCD-Ter.acs 1506-7   1506-7
Pentecost [31 May] 1506 - same feast [23 May] 1507
Thomas Swalwell
DCD-Ter.acs 1507-8   1507-8
Three copies
(A) Pentecost [23 May] 1507 - same feast [11 June] 1508
Thomas Swalwell
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [23 May] 1507 - same feast [11 June] 1508
Thomas Swalwell
(C) Pentecost [23 May] 1507 - same feast [11 June] 1508
Thomas Swalwell
Draft
Extracted: (A, B) 100. 306-307; (C) draft mentioned 100. 307 "Pars officii".
DCD-Ter.acs 1508-9   1508-9
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
Thomas Swalwell
(B) Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
Thomas Swalwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 307.
DCD-Ter.acs 1509-10   1509-10
Pentecost [27 May] 1509 - same feast [19 May] 1510
Thomas Swalwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 308.
DCD-Ter.acs 1512-3   1512-3
Pentecost [30 May] 1512 - same feast [15 May] 1513
Thomas Swalwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 308.
Bursar
Reference: DCD-Bur.acs
Dates of creation: 1278-1540
Extent: 302 items J. Raine ed., The Durham household book; or, the accounts of the bursar of the monastery of Durham from Pentecost 1530 to Pentecost 1534 Surtees Society 18 (1844)
A. Dobie, “An Analysis of the Bursars' Accounts at Durham Cathedral Priory, 1278-1398”, The Accounting Historians Journal (Dec 2008, Vol.35 No.2), p.181-208.
Negative microfilms are available:
1424/5-1449/50, PGFilm 106
1453/4-1458/9, PGFilm 107
1458/9-1503/4, PGFilm 108
1504/5-1536/7, 5TC Film 233


Rent-roll, Pentecost 1270: Loc.IV:226.
Printed: Surtees Society 198. 23-9.

Rent-roll, Pentecost 1273: Loc.V:30.
DCD-Bur.acs 1278-9   1278-9
Wilfrid in winter [12 October] 1278 - Processus & Martinianus [2 July]
W [Walter] of Norton
Printed: Surtees Society 100. 484-9.
DCD-Bur.acs 1291-2   1291-2
'91 [1291-1292]. Sale of Tithes (year interpreted by analogy with Sale of Tithes 1292-3).
DCD-Bur.acs 1292-3   1292-3
- [c.11 November 1292] - ... after Michaelmas [c.5 October] 1293
R [Ralph] of Mordon
The Receipts show that the account covers the Martinmas term 1292 and the Pentecost term 1293; the first entry suggests that it most likely opened at Martinmas.
The day of the week (1293) is almost illegible and not certain, but it may well be "Monday".
Printed: Surtees Society 100. 489-93.
DCD-Bur.acs 1292-3   1292-3
'92 [1292 - 1293]
Sale of Tithes, 1292-3. The ambiguity of the single year in the heading seems to be resolved by the near match of the sums mentioned on this roll with those on Bursar's Account 1292-3.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 489 Dated as "1292[?]".
DCD-Bur.acs 1293-4   1293-4
... - St M... 9.. [c.11 November 1293 - c.11 November 1294]
Receipts of farms and payments of pensions and stipends show that the account covers the Martinmas term 1293 and the Pentecost term 1294; what remains of the heading supports the conclusion that the account ran from Martinmas to Martinmas.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 493-4.
DCD-Bur.acs 1293-4   1293-4
... [1293 - 1294]
Sale of Tithes, 1293-4. Under ultra-violet light the words "... Nonages' Tercii" seem visible. There is also a late medieval endorsement "1393". The entry for the grange of Middridge suggests that this roll falls between Sale of Tithes, 1292-3 and Sale of Tithes 1294-5.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 510 Dated as "s.a.".
DCD-Bur.acs 1294-5   1294-5
'94 [1294 -1295]
Sale of Tithes, 1294-5. Year interpreted by analogy with Sale of Tithes 1292-3.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 493.
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1295-6   1295-6 ?
...
This roll is clearly contemporary with those that survive from the final decade of the thirteenth century. The details given on Sale of Tithes etc, 1294-5 for the parish of Heighington indicate that the tithes of three places, School Aycliffe, Newbiggin and Redworth, were sold for two years together, of which 1294-5 was the first; the Pittington mills were leased for two years in the same way. The details on this roll for these places are consonant with it being for the second of the two years in question.
DCD-Bur.acs 1297-8   1297-8
Martin [11 November] '97 - same feast [11 November] '98
T [Thomas] of Haswell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 494.
DCD-Bur.acs 1298-9   1298-9
Martin [11 November] '98 - same feast [11 November] '.9
Thomas of ... [Haswell] (named in "Soluciones debitorum")
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 494-502: (Comp. ejusdem 1298-9 having been rejoined to c. 1299).
DCD-Bur.acs 1300-1   1300-1
... [c.11 November 1300 - c.11 November 1301]
... [Stephen of Howden] (named under Expenses for Eastrington)
Payments of pensions and stipends indicate that the account covers the Martinmas term 1300 and the Pentecost term 1301.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 502-3.
DCD-Bur.acs 1302-3   1302-3
Martin 1... [11 November 1302] - ... [11 November] next year
Thomas of Haswell
The terms for receipts of farms and numerous other dated entries indicate the date of the account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 503-5.
DCD-Bur.acs 1306-7   1306-7
Two copies
(A) Martin [11 November] 1306 - same feast [11 November] 1307
Roger of School of Aycliffe
(B) ... [11 November 1306 - 11 November 1307]
... [Roger of School Aycliffe]
Extracted: (A) 100. 505 Imperfect section and one duplicate now rejoined; (B).
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1307-8   1307-8
1307 [1307-1308]
Year interpreted by analogy with Sale of Tithes, 1292-3, supported by the fact that the details of this roll do not match those on Bursar's Account 1306-7 (A), the other possibility suggested by the heading.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 505.
DCD-Bur.acs 1308-9   1308-9
Two copies:
(A) ... [11 November 1308 - 11 November 1309]
... [John de Herneby]
Wool account
(B) Martin [11 November] 1308 - same day [11 November] 1309
John de Herneby
With summary expenses.
Lacunae in (A) supplied from (B).
Extracted: (A) 100. 520 (c. 1330. Another fragment crumbling ...); perhaps 100. 506 (1308 A small fragment); 100. 510 (one portion from c. 1310. Some portions ...); 100. 506 (1309?)
(B) 100. 506.
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1308-9   1308-9
... [1308-1309]
Comparison with Bursar's Accounts shows that this roll covers one year, but it does not indicate which; an entry on the dorse refers to the fruits of 1308 with a term for payment in 1309.
DCD-Bur.acs 1309-10   1309-10
Martin [11 November] 1309 - Sa...day after Michaelmas [3 October] 1310
John de Herneby
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 506.

Record of acknowledged arrears of pension from royal exchequer at Berwick for 1296 - 1310, 1 April 1310: Misc.Ch.7086.
DCD-Bur.acs 1310-1   1310-1
Two copies:
(A) Sunday after Michaelmas [4 October] 1310 - Martin [11 November] 1311
Thomas Haswell
With detailed expenses.
(B) Sunday afer Michaelmas [4 October] 1310 - Martin [11 November] 1311
Thomas of Haswell
Extracted: (A) 100. 506-10; (B) 100. 511.
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, etc. 1310-1   1310-1
... [1310-1311]
The leases on the dorse are headed as being made in 1310, while the sum for the tithes of Bedlington agrees with that on Bursar's Accounts 1310-1, but not with that on Bursar's Account 1309-10.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 510 (1310 Dimissiones).
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1311-2   1311-2
... [1311-1312]
Comparison of the tithes for Ferryhill with those on Sale of Tithes, 1310-1, shows that this roll covers the second year of a sale contract which began in 1310.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 520 (c.1330. Two).
DCD-Bur.acs 1313-4   1313-4
Two copies:
(A) ... Cuthbert in September [2 September] 1313 - ... [11 November] .314
Alexander of Lamesley
With detailed expenses
(B) Sunday before ... in September [2 September] 1313 - Martin [11 November] .314
Alexander of Lamesley
Summary of account.
Lacunae in (A) supplied from (B) and vice versa.
Extracted: (A) 100. 512-3: (B) 100. 511.
DCD-Bur.acs 1314-5   1314-5
Two copies:
(A) ... [11 November 1314 - 11 November 1315]
... [Alexander of Lamesley]
With detailed expenses
(B) Martin [11 November] 1314 - same [11 November] 1315
Alexander of Lamesley
With summary of expenses.
Lacunae supplied from other version.
Extracted: (A) 100. 513. Dated as "c. 1315"; (B) 100. 513.
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, [1316 ?]   [1316 ?]
...xvj
The figures are only visible by ultra-violet light, and it cannot be certain that there was only one "x". Given that the date appears to be "16", the dating of the Sale of Tithes, 1292-3 would suggest that this would be taken as 1316-7, but the details given on the Bursar's Accounts 1316-7 and 1317-8 do not tally with those given on this roll. It is therefore possible that the date of this roll is 1315-6, but there seems to be no means of testing this.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 520. (c. 1330. Two).
DCD-Bur.acs 1316-7   1316-7
Two copies:
(A) ... [11 November 1316 - 9 January 1317]
... [Alexander of Lamesley]
With detailed expenses.
(B) Martin [11 November] '316 - Sunday after Epiphany same year [9 January 1317]
Alexander of Lamesley
With summary expenses
Mentioned and extracted: (A) 100. 514 (1316); (B) 100.513 (9 ebd.).
DCD-Bur.acs Arrears of lands in prior's hand, 1316-7   1316-7
Martinmas term '16 [1316 - 1317]
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 513 "small slip".
DCD-Bur.acs 1317-8   1317-8
Sunday after Epiphany 1316 [9 January 1317] - same day 1317 [8 January 1318]
John de Herneby
With expenses summarized and two schedules:
Schedule 1: Part of version with detailed expenses.
Schedule 2: Arrears of land in Prior's hand, 1317-8.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 513-4
DCD-Bur.acs 1318-9   1318-9
Sunday after Dunstan [21 May] '318 - same day [20 May] 1319
Alexander of Lamesley
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 514.
DCD-Bur.acs Arrears, 1319   [1319]
Pentecost and Martinmas terms 1318; Autumn tourn of Halmote 1318 and Spring tourn '18 [1319], [at 20 May 1319]
The total exactly matches the sum given in the entry describing this indenture in the Exoneration of the Bursar's Account closed on this date.
DCD-Bur.acs 1328-9   1328-9
All Saints 1... [1 November 1328] - ... feast next year [1 November 1329]
John de Crepyng
The dates of the farms received indicate the year: Martinmas 1328 and Pentecost 1329.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 514.

9 October - 1 November 1329, see next Account, schedule 3.
DCD-Bur.acs 1329-30   1329-30
(A) All Saints [1 November] 1329 - Sunday after Mathias same ... [25 February 1330]
Robert of Cambois, ---
Account for shorter period, with three schedules: Schedule 1: Marshalsey Expenses, [1 Nov. 1329 - 25 Feb. 1330]
Schedule 2: Draft Receipts, [1 Nov. 1329 - 25 Feb. 1330] Schedule 3: Account, 1329
Denis [9 Oct.] 1329 - All Saints [1 Nov.] 1329
J[ohn] de Crepyng, by R[obert] of Cambois
(B) ... [1 November 1329 - 8 September 1330]
... [John de Crepyng]
(C) All Saints [1 November] 1329 - Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1330
John de Crepyng
With summary expenses
Schedules 1 & 2 dated by comparison with Account
Extracted: (A) 100. 515 (Comp fr. Rob.), 511 "c. 1310", and 515 "d'ni J.".
(B) 100. 516 and 519-20.
(C) 100. 515-6.
DCD-Bur.acs Debts of Bursar and Cellarer, 1330   1330
Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1330
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 520.
DCD-Bur.acs 1330-1   1330-1 ?
Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1330 - ---
William of Hexham
The heading has not been completed and, while the details of the account indicate that it covered less than a full year, it is not clear whether it extended into 1331 or not. It appears to be a superseded draft.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 517.
DCD-Bur.acs 1330-1   1330-1
Two copies:
(A) Nativity of Virgin Mary 1... [8 September 1330] - Martin [11 November] 1331
... ..rek [Walter of Scarisbrick]
(B) Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1330 - Martin [11 November] 1331
Walter of Scarisbrick
With expenses summarized
Extracted: (A) 100. 516-7; (B) 100. 516
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1330-1   1330-1
Fruits of harvest 1330
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 520.
DCD-Bur.acs Debts of Bursar and Cellarer, 1331   1331
Martin [11 November] 1331
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 520.
DCD-Bur.acs 1331-2   1331-2
... [c.11 November 1331 - c.20 July 1332]
... [William of Charlton]
The entry for the Vicar of Norham's pension indicates that he received payment for the two terms making up a year: Martinmas '31 and ... '32; this may be taken to show that the account opened about Martinmas 1331 and extended beyond Pentecost 1332. The payments of Soulsilver in the last section suggest that it did not, however, extend to Martinmas 1332: the last payments seem to cover the 25 weeks after Conversion of Paul, which would end on 18 July, and the last week before Margaret, presumably the feast on 20 July.
The Bearpark Account, 11 November 1331 - 11 November, has receipts indicating that there were two Bursars during this period: William of Charlton and Alexander, which may explain why a full year was not covered by the account. The stock section of the Bearpark account mentions one draught beast provided by William of Charlton and this corresponds with the entry under Purchase of Horses on the Bursar's account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 520 Dated as "1331 ?".
DCD-Bur.acs 1332-3   1332-3
... [c.11 November 1332 - c.11 November 1333]
... [Robert of Middleham]
Debts of Bursar and Cellarer, 1333, drawn up on 11 November, lists the sums borrowed on this account as the most recent debts, indicating 11 November 1333 as the closing date. Payments of Soulsilver include some for a full year, indicating 11 November 1332 as the opening date.
Debts of Bursar and Cellarer, 1333, are headed as following Robert of Middleham's account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 521 Dated as"1333 ?", and 538 dated as "1339".
DCD-Bur.acs Receipts of Arrears, 1332-3   [1332-3]
--- [1332 - 1333]
Robert of Middleham
The entries conclude with a number for payments due at Pentecost term 1332; as arrears are in question, the period covered must start after Pentecost 1332. Pentecost 1332 being the last term mentioned, the period is likely to be shortly after that, and the appearance of Robert of Middleham as Bursar indicates 1332-3.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 520 Dated as "1331.".
DCD-Bur.acs Arrears, 1333   [1333]
--- [Arrears from Martinmas term 1332 and Pentecost term 1333, outstanding c. 11 November 1333]
The total matches that given at the close of Bursar's Account 1332-3. Sub-headings give the period.
DCD-Bur.acs Halmote Arrears, [1333]   [1333]
--- [Arrears from Autumn tourn 1332, Spring and Summer tourns 1333, outstanding c.11 November 1333]
The total matches that given for Halmote Arrears on Bursar's Arrears 1333. Sub-headings give the tourns, although the last was carelessly put down as '23.
DCD-Bur.acs Debts of Bursar and Cellarer, 1333   1333
Martin [11 November] 1333

Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 521.
DCD-Bur.acs 1333-4   1333-4
... [c.7 November 1333 - c.6 November 1334]
... [William of Charlton]
Payments of the Vicar of Norham for the Martinmas term '33 and Pentecost term following indicate the date. It is clear from payments of Soulsilver that the account covers a full year. The fragment of the caption on the dorse refers to "... before M..."; taken with the account for 1334-5, this suggests that the account ran from one Sunday before Martin to the next.
The fragmentary caption gives the Christian name; the second name is supplied from the Stock section of the Bearpark Account 1333-4.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 521-5.
DCD-Bur.acs 1334-5   1334-5
Sunday ... Martin 1... [6 or 13 November 1334] - Sunday before John before Latin Gate following [30 April 1335]
... [William of Charlton]
The first item of Receipts indicates the year. It is not clear whether the opening day was before or after Martinmas, although the fragmentary caption on the 1333-4 Account may suggest that it was before Martinmas.
This account mentions a livery to Bearpark which appears on the Bearpark Account 1334-5 with the Bursar's name.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 525-7.

Memoranda of cash transactions, 1334 - 1335: see Loc.IV:143 dorse
DCD-Bur.acs 1335-6   1335-6
Three copies:
(A) ... John before Latin Gate 1... [30 April 1335] - ... day 133. [5 May 1336]
William of Hexham
(B) Sunday before John before Latin Gate [30 April] 1335 - same day [5 May] 1336
William of Hexham
Duplicate
(C) ... [30 April 1335 - 5 May 1336]
... [William of Hexham]
Draft
Extracted: (B) 100. 527-30;[A, C] mentioned 100. 530 and (C) 100. 520.
DCD-Bur.acs Receipts of Arrears, 1335-6   [1335-6]
Two counterparts:
[i] --- [1335 - 1336]
William of Hexham
[ii] --- [1335 - 1336]
William of Hexham
The total of the section of arrears of Halmotes from the time of R[obert] of Middleham matches that on Bursar's Account 1335-6, which was William of Hexham's only full account as Bursar and his only account after the time of Robert of Middleham.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100.531.
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1335-6   1335-6
Sales of Fruits of 1335 to be paid at Cuthbert in March and Nativity of John the Baptist.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 531 one of "Two rolls".
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1336   [1336]
Two counterparts:
[i] Term of John the Baptist ... [1336]
[ii] -- [Term of John the Baptist 1336] Partly repeating last roll.
The tithes sold represent half of those listed in Sale of Tithes, 1335-6.
Mentioned: [i] 100. 533; [ii] 100. 531 one of "Two rolls".
DCD-Bur.acs 1336-7   1336-7
... [c.May 1336 - c.May 1337]
... [Robert of Middleham]
Payments to the Vicar of Norham for the Martinmas term '35 and Pentecost term '36, when compared with the parallel entry on 1335-6 Account, indicate that this account is for 1336-7; this is confirmed by the term for the payment of a sexennial tenth, under Contributions, when compared with 1335-6 and 1337-8 Accounts. The payments of Soulsilver indicate that this account covers a full year, and other accounts of the period suggest that its terminal days were either John before the Latin Gate [6 May] or Nereus & Achilleus [12 May].
This account mentions a livery to Richard de Thynley which appears on the Bearpark Account which closed at Michaelmas 1336 with the Bursar's name.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 534-5 and 530-1.
DCD-Bur.acs 1337-8   1337-8
Two copies:
(A) ... [12 May] .337 - same feast ... [12 May 1338]
... [Robert of Middleham]
Fair copy
(B) Martyrs ... [12 May 1337 - 12 May 1338]
... [Robert of Middleham]
Draft
Lacuna supplied as on draft. Payments of Soulsilver indicate that the account was for one year. Robert of Middleham named in caption on dorse.
The "martyrs" are taken to be Nereus and Archilleus, whose feast is used on later accounts as a terminal date. The remainder of the lacuna is supplied as on the fair copy.
Extracted: (A) 100. 531-3; (B) 100. 534 "much injured", 514 "horses ... fuel", 534-5, and 531-533.
DCD-Bur.acs 1338-9   1338-9
Two copies:
(A) ... [May] 1338 - same feast ... [May 1339]
Robert of Middleham
Fair copy
(B) ... [May] 1338 - same feast 1... [May 1339]
Robert of Middleham
Draft.
It is possible that the account was opened on the feast of Nereus & Achilleus [12 May], like others of similar date, but the first entry of Prior's Expenses at Manors suggests that it may have opened about John before the Latin Gate [6 May], like the account 1335-6. Account headed as being for one year.
Extracted: (A) 100. 535-6; (B) 100. 536.
DCD-Bur.acs 1339-40   1339-40
... [c. 12 May] 1339 - same feast ... [c. 12 May 1340]
Robert of Middleham
It is probable that this account was closed on the day on which the following account is opened: Nereus & Achilleus; the first entry of Prior's Expenses at Manors supports this.
It is clear from the payments of pensions and stipends that this account only covers the two terms comprising one year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 536-8.
DCD-Bur.acs 1340-1   [1340]-[1]
Nereus ... [& Achilleus: 12 May 1340] - same feast 134. [12 May 1341]
Robert of Middle... [Middleham]
Given the closing date, the payments of pensions and stipends indicate that this account covers the two terms comprising one year.
The precise year is indicated by the expenditure on the funeral of the Prior [Cowton] and the election of his successor [Fosser].
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 538-40.
DCD-Bur.acs 1341   [1341]
... [c.12 May - c.11 November 1341] ... [Robert of Benton]
The year is indicated by the first surviving entry which refers to receipts of tithes for the term of John the Baptist '41, and by dated entries under Various Receipts and Contributions. Payments of pensions and stipends are given for the Pentecost term only; it is probable that the account opens on the closing date of the previous account. An entry under Soulsilver states that the time of the account is 26 weeks, which points to Martinmas as the closing date.
Robert of Benton named in the Bearpark Account closed at Martinmas 1341 under Oxen, after Robert of Middleham.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 541 "1341 ?".

Sale of Tithes, 24 June [1341]: see B.Bk.A f.44r
DCD-Bur.acs 1341-2   1341-2
Two copies:
(A) ... 13.. .. [c.11 November 1341 - c.12 or 19 May 1342]
... [Robert of Benton]
Fair copy
(B) ... [c.11 November 1341 - c.12 or 19 May 1342]
... [Robert of Benton]
Draft.
Among Payment of Debts appears the instalment of a debt to the executors of Master Roger de Heslerton for the second term of the seventh year; comparison with the parallel entries on the 1340-1 and 1343-4 Accounts indicates the term and year of this account. Confirmation is provided by the advance payment at the end of Receipts for a sum due at John the Baptist '42. Payments of pensions and stipends are for the Martinmas term only, and so the account is taken to open at Martinmas, when the previous account appears to have closed. Payments of Soulsilver cover a maximum period of 26 weeks, suggesting that the account was closed at Achilleus & Nereus [12 May], or possibly Pentecost [19 May].
Robert of Benton named in William de Chambre's chronicle when quoting the first entry under Various Receipts on this account [SS 9 p.132].
Extracted: (A) 100. 541; (B) 100. 541-3.

Sale of Tithes, 20 March [1342]: see B.Bk.C ff.16v-17r
DCD-Bur.acs 1342   [1342]
Two copies:
(A) ... [c.12 or 19 May - c.11 November 1342]
...
Fair copy.
(B) ... [c.12 or 19 May - c.11 November 1342]
...
Draft
Among Payments of Debts appears the instalment of a debt to the executors of Master Roger de Heslerton for the first term of the eighth year; comparison with the parallel entries on the 1340-1 and 1343-4 Accounts indicates the term and year of this account. Confirmation is given by the advance payment at the end of Receipts for tithes from '42 [-3]. Payments of pensions and stipends are for the Pentecost term only, and so the account is taken to close at Martinmas. Payments of Soulsilver include entries for the time of the account at a given rate, from which it is clear that the period is 26 weeks, suggesting that the account was opened at Achilleus & Nereus [12 May], or possibly Pentecost [19 May], depending on the closing date of the previous account.
Extracted: (A) 100. 517-9; (B) mentioned 100. 519 "headless roll".

Sale of Tithes, 24 June [1342]: see B.Bk.A ff.60v-61r
DCD-Bur.acs 1342-3   1342-3
Two copies:
(A) ... [c.11 November 1342 - c.11 November 1343]
... [Robert of Benton]
Fair copy
(B) ... [c.11 November 1342 - c.11 November 1343]
... [Robert of Benton]
Draft.
Among payments of Debts appear instalments of a debt to the executors of Master Roger de Heslerton for the second term of the eighth year and the first term of the ninth year; comparison with the parallel entries on the 1340-1 and 1343-4 Accounts indicates the terms and years of this account. Confirmation is provided by items among Receipts dated '42 and '43, and by the advance payment at the end of Receipts for tithes from '43 [-4]. Payments of pensions and stipends are for the Martinmas and Pentecost terms, and Payments of Soulsilver include an entry for the time of the Account at a given rate, from which it is clear that the period was 52 weeks; the Account closed c.11 November 1342 and that opened on 11 November 1343.
Robert of Benton named as Bursar on Misc.Ch. 3768, a receipt of 31 August 1343.
Extracted: (A) 100. 543 "dated only on wrapper"; (B) 100. 543-4

Sale of Tithes, 20 March & 24 June 1343: see B.Bk.A ff.72v-73r
DCD-Bur.acs Debts, 1343   1343
Martin [11 November] 1343

DCD-Bur.acs 1343-4   1343-4
Two copies:
(A) ... [11 November 1343 - 11 November 1344]
... [Robert of Benton]
Fair copy
(B) Martin [11 November] '43 - same feast next year [11 November 1344]
... [Robert of Benton]
Draft.
Lacuna supplied from draft. This account mentions a livery to Westoe which appears on Misc.Ch. 2594 [Westoe Account 1343-4] with the Bursar's name.
Extracted: (A) 100. 543 Dated as "1342-3"

Sale of Tithes, 20 March & 24 June 1344: see B.Bk.A ff.88v-89r
DCD-Bur.acs 1344-5   1344-5
Two copies:
(A) Martin 134. [11 November 1344] - same feast next year [11 November 1345]
Robert of Benton
Fair copy
(B) Martin [11 November] '44 - ... [11 November 1345]
... [Robert of Benton]
Draft.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 544

Sale of Tithes, 20 March & 24 June 1345: see B.Bk.A ff.103rv,114r
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1345-6   1345[-6]
Harvest 1345
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 545.

Sale of Tithes, 20 March & 24 June 1346: see B.Bk.A ff.126v-127r
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1346[-7]   1346-7
1346
Although "...agesimo" is all that appears to survive of the decade, the survival of the ascender of a "d" immediately before this indicates that this was "quadragesimo".

Sale of Tithes, 20 March & 24 June 1347: see B.Bk.A f.140rv
DCD-Bur.acs 1347-8   1347-8
Two copies:
(A) Martin [11 November] 1347 - same feast [11 November] 1348
Thomas of Stockton
Fair copy
(B) Martin [11 November] 1347 - same feast [11 November] 1348
Thomas of Stockton
Draft.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 545-7
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipt for arrears, 1347-8   [1347-8]
Old arrears received by Thomas of Stockton, Bursar, from William of Charlton, Terrar. [1347-1348]
The heading gives no date, but the sum involved matches that given at the beginning of the Bursar's Account 1347-8.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 547.
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, 1347-8   1347[-8]
1347
The first two letters of "Septimo" are visible on the heading, but confirmation is provided by comparison with the Bursar's Account 1347-8, which matches this roll in its details.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 547.

Sale of Tithes, 20 March & 24 June 1348: see B.Bk.A f.157rv
DCD-Bur.acs Debts, 1348   1348
Martin [11 November] 1348
Possibly mentioned: 100. 547 "Debita Bursarii".
DCD-Bur.acs Irrecoverable Arrears, 1348   1348
Arrears for which there is no hope [11 November 1348]
The heading gives no date, but the sum matches that given at the close of the Bursar's Account 1347-8 (A).
Possibly mentioned: 100. 547 "Debita Bursarii".
DCD-Bur.acs Arrears for 1345-1348   [1345-1348]
Arrears from three years elapsed: the last, both from Robert of Benton and from Thomas of Stockton, bursar [1345-1348; outstanding on 11 November 1348]
The total matches that given at the close of Bursar's Account 1347-8 (A), where the "last year" is more clearly assigned to Benton.
DCD-Bur.acs 1348-9   1348-9
... [c.11 November 1348 - c.6 September 1349]
... [Thomas of Stockton]
An extract in Reg.III.f.182v gives the date of this account; confirmation is provided by numerous entries ascribed to '48 and '49. The payments of pensions and stipends for the Martinmas and Pentecost terms and the Expenses of the Prior from Andrew to Dunstan suggest that this account covers the period between the account closed 11 November 1348 and that opened 6 September 1349.
Thomas of Stockton named, with clear reference to the period of this account, under Arrears on the 1349-50 Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 547-8.

Sale of Tithes, 20 March & 24 June 1349: see B.Bk.A ff.157v-158r
DCD-Bur.acs 1349   1349
Two copies:
(A) Sunday after Cuthbert in September [6 September] 1349 - Martin following [11 November 1349]
John of Newton
Fair copy
With Schedule: Voucher: Indented receipt for cash received by John of Newton from the Prior, Sunday after Cuthbert in September [6 Sept.] 1349 - Epiphany following [6 Jan. 1350]
(B) ... [6 September - 11 November 1349]
... [John of Newton]
Draft.
Extracted: (A) 100. 549; (B) 100. 514 "another roll".
DCD-Bur.acs 1349-50   1349-50
Two copies:
(A) Martin [11 November]_ 1349 - same feast [11 November] 1350
John of Newton
Fair copy
(B) ... [11 November 1349 - 11 November 1350]
... [John of Newton]
Draft.
Extracted: (A) 100. 548-9 and 550-1; (B) ex. 100. 551
DCD-Bur.acs 1350-1   1350-1
Two copies:
(A) Martin 13.0 [11 November 1350] - same feast [11 November] 1351
John of Newton
With Schedule: Voucher: Indented payment for prior's expenses, Martin [11 Nov.] 1349 - same feast [11 Nov.] 1'50
(B) Martin [11 November] 1350 - feast next year [11 November 1351]
John of Newton
Draft.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 551-2
DCD-Bur.acs 1351-2   1351-2
Two copies:
(A) Martin 13.. [11 November 1351]- same feast [11 November] 1352
John of Newton
Fair copy
(B) Martin [11 November] 1351 - same feast [11 November] 1352
John of Newton
Draft.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 552-3
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1351-2   1351-2
The first three entries under Various Receipts on the Bursar's Accounts 1351-2 match the sums given here.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 553.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1351-2 [1]   [10 February 1352]
Cash received by John of Newton, Bursar of Durham, from Richard de Cestro, Proctor of Norham, Scolastica --- [10 February 1352].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1351-2 [2]   23 April, 24 June and 1 October 1352
Cash received by John of Newton, Bursar of Durham, from Richard, Proctor of Norham, George [23 April] '52, Nativity of John the Baptist [24 June], & morrow of Jerome [1 October].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1351-2 [3]   1351
Cash received by John of Newton, Bursar of Durham, from Simon de Moreslawe, Reeve of Fulwell, and William de Thorp, Serviens of Belasis, from arrears of their accounts for 1351.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1351-2 [4]   1, 24 December 1351, 6, 24 February 1352
Cash paid by John of Newton, Bursar, to John of Hepscott, Saturday after Andrew [1 December] 1351, Vigil of Christmas [24 December], Morrow of Agatha [6 February], & Vigil of Mathias [24 February].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1351-2 [5]   28 March - 28 October 1352
Cash paid by John of Newton, Bursar, to R. of Wallworth, Cellarer of Durham, Wednesday before Palm Sunday [28 March] 1352, Monday after Octave of Easter [16 April], Second Feria of Rogation [15 May], Vigil of Corpus Christi [6 June], Morrow of John the Baptist [25 June], Mary Magdalene [22 July], Octave of Oswald [12 August], Vigil of Cuthbert [3 September], & Simon & Jude [28 October].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1351-2 [6]   8 August [1352]
Cash received by John of Newton, Bursar of Durham, from Richard, Vicar & Proctor of Norham, Wednesday after Oswald --- [8 August 1352].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1351-2 [7]   [1351 - 1352]
Memorandum of Bursar's Receipts from parish of Ellingham, --- [1351-1352].
DCD-Bur.acs 1352-3   1352-3
Martin ...2 - same feast 135. [11 November 1352 - 11 November 1353]
John of Newton
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 553.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1352-3   1352-3
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 553.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1352-3 [1]   22 April 1353
Cash paid by John of Newton, Bursar, to Robert of Wallworth, Cellarer, Monday before Mark [22 April] 1353.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1352-3 [2]   29 September 1353
Cash paid by John Newton, Bursar, to John Abell, Cellarer of Durham, Michaelmas [29 September] 1353.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1352-3 [3]   31 March, 9 August and 27 March 1353
Cash received by John of Newton, Bursar of Durham, from Richard, Proctor of Norham, Sunday in Octave of Easter [31 March] 1353, Vigil of Lawrence [9 August], & Wednesday in Easter Week [27 March].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1352-3 [4]   after 11 November 1352 - 19 February 1353
Cash paid by John of Newton, Bursar, to Robert of Wallworth, Cellarer, after Martinmas [after 11 November] 1352, Vigil of Christmas [24 December], Vigil of Epiphany [5 January], Prisca [18 January], Scolastica [10 February], & Tuesday before Peter in Cathedra [19 February].

Arrears from 13[52] - 1353: see B.L. MS Royal 7.A.vi ff. 1-2v.
DCD-Bur.acs 1353-4   1353-4
Martin [11 November] 1353 - same feast [11 November] 1354
John of Newton
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 554.
DCD-Bur.acs 1354-5   1354-5
Two copies:
(A) ... [11 November] 1354 - Pentecost 13.. [24 May 1355]
John of Newton
Fair copy
(B) Martin [11 November] 1354 - Pentecost [24 May] 1355
John of Newton
Draft.
Extracted: (A), and (B) mentioned 100. 555
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1354-5   Indented receipts and payments, 1354-5
Entries under Various Receipts, in the Balance, and under Payment of Debts on the Bursar's Account 1354-5 match the sums given here.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 555.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1354-5 [1]   1354 x 1355
Cash received by J. of Newton, Bursar of Durham, from T., Rector of [Kirkby] Sigston, -- [11 November 1354 x 11 November 1355].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1354-5 [2]   [11 November 1355]
Cash paid by J. of Newton, to Adam of Darlington, Bursar, -- [11 November 1355]
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1354-5 [3]   after [11 November] 1354
Cash paid by John of Newton, Bursar, to Reginald of Haswell, Cellarer, after Martinmas [11 November] '54.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1354-5 [4]   after 11 November 1354
Cash paid by J. of Newton, to John of Durham, Prior's Chaplain, after Martinmas [11 November] 1354.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1354-5 [5]   22 April 1355
Cash received by J. of Newton, Bursar of Durham, from W. de Ins', Proctor in Scotland, Wednesday before Mark [22 April] 1355.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1354-5 [6]   after 11 November 1354
Cash paid by J. of Newton, Bursar, to Reginald of Haswell, Cellarer of Durham, after Martinmas [11 November] 1354.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1354-5 [7]   1354 x 1355
Memorandum of debts paid against account of John Abell, [Cellarer], -- [11 November 1354 x 11 November 1355].
DCD-Bur.acs [1355]   [1355]
Two copies:
(A) ... [24 May - 11 November 1355]
... [Adam of Darlington]
Fair copy
(B) ... [24 May - 11 November 1355]
... [Adam of Darlington]
Draft.
An extract. Reg.III. f.183r, gives the date of this account; the closing date is confirmed by the fact that the sum for debts in the Balance of this account is taken up as Arrears at the head of the account opened 11 November 1355. The opening date is named in Payments of Soulsilver.
The Balance of the account closed 24 May 1355 indicates that Adam of Darlington took office then, and the statements of arrears on 1355-6 Account confirm this.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 555 Dated as "1354-5"
DCD-Bur.acs 1355-6   1355-6
Two copies:
(A) Martin [11 November] 1355 - same feast [11 November] 1356
Adam of Darlington
Draft.
(B) ... [11 November 1355 - 11 November 1356]
... [Adam of Darlington]
Fair copy
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 555-7
DCD-Bur.acs 1356-7   1356-7
Two copies:
(A) ... [11 November 1356 - 20 August 1357]
... [Adam of Darlington]
Fair copy
(B) ... [11 November 1356 - 20 August 1357]
... [Adam of Darlington]
Draft.
An extract, Reg.III. f.183r, gives the date of this account; confirmation is provided by the payment of Soulsilver for 40 weeks.
Adam of Darlington named in Bursar's Vouchers, 1356-7.
Extracted: (A) 100. 557-8; (B) 100. 560
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7   Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7
Entries under Various Receipts and Purchase of Stock on the Bursar's Account 1356-7 match the sums given here. Neither feast of Augustine the bishop fell on a Friday in 1357, but one of those for Augustine the archbishop.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 557.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7 [1]   17 April 1357
Cash received by John, Prior of Durham, from Richard, Vicar & Proctor of Norham, Monday after Octave of Easter [17 April] 1357.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7 [2]   1 May 1357
Cash received by Adam of Darlington, Bursar of Durham, from the Prior of Durham, Philip & James [1 May] '57.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7 [3]   1356 x 1357
Cash received by Adam of Darlington from Richard of Birtley, -- [11 November 1356 x 20 August 1357].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7 [4]   26 May 1357
Cash received by Adam, Bursar, from the Prior, Friday, Augustine the bishop [29 May] '57.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7 [5]   1358
Cash paid by Adam of Darlington, Bursar of Durham, to Robert of Barnard Castle, Cellarer of Durham, for Martinmas term '56 and Pentecost term '57.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7 [6]   1356 x 1357
Cash paid by the Prior for stock, -- [11 November 1356 x 20 August 1357].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7 [7]   1356 x 1357
Cash paid by the Prior for arrears raised by Terrar, -- [11 November 1356 x 20 August 1357].
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7 [8]   16 August 1357
Cash received by Adam of Darlington, Bursar of Durham, from Richard, Vicar of Norham, Morrow of Assumption [16 August] 1357.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts and payments, 1356-7 [9]   16 August 1357
Cash received by Adam of Darlington, Bursar of Durham, from Richard, Vicar of Norham, Morrow of Assumption [16 August] 1357.
DCD-Bur.acs Prior's Expenses, 1356-7   1356-7
Martinmas [11 November] 1356 - Pentecost [28 May] '57
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 557
Printed: Surtees Society 103. 718-9.
DCD-Bur.acs Prior's Expenses, 1357   1357
Pentecost [28 May] 1357 - Tuesday after Oswin 22 August [1357]
Formerly numbered: DCD Misc.Ch. 7149
22 August fell on Tuesday in 1357, and the volume of expenses certainly suggest only a short period.
DCD-Bur.acs 1357-8   1357-8
... [11 November 1357 - 11 November 1358]
... [Richard of Birtley]
An extract in Reg.III. f.183v gives the period of this account. An extract on the dorse of Pittington Account 1285-6 gives the name of the accountant.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 558-60.
DCD-Bur.acs 1358-9   1358-9
Two copies:
(A) ... [11 November 1358 - 11 November 1359]
... [Richard of Birtley]
Fair copy.
(B) ... [11 November 1358 - 11 November 1359]
... [Richard of Birtley]
Draft.
An extract, Reg.III. f.183v, gives the period of this account.
Richard of Birtley named as Bursar on Misc.Ch. 4052 c, a receipt of 4 January 1359, Misc.Ch. 3886, a receipt of 8 January 1359, and Misc.Ch. 3902, a receipt of 23 September 1359.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 561-2
DCD-Bur.acs Arrears of Halmote court, etc, 1356-1359, 1361   1356-1359, 1361
ff.1r-2r: Halmote Arrears
- , -
f.2v: Halmote Arrears
From Autumn tourn 1361, --
f.3r-v: Arrears
From --, Michaelmas [29 September] 1356 - Bartholomew [24 August] '57, --, --
ff.4r-5v: Arrears, 1359
From Summer Halmote tourn '57, term of Cuthbert in September 1357, Martinmas term 1357 and Pentecost term '58, [and Martinmas term 1358 and Pentecost term 1359, outstanding 11 November 1359].
f.6r-v: Arrears
-- , --
ff.7r-8v: Halmote Arrears
-- , --
The total on f.5v was altered; under ultra-violet light the original figure is seen to be £214 ... 4d, the sum given for arrears at the close of Bursar's Account 1358-9 (A). It is clear that the arrears on sales of tithes on f.5r are for 1358-9 as the names match those given on Bursar's Account 1358-9 (B).
DCD-Bur.acs 1359-60   1359-60
... [11 November 1359 - 11 November 1360]
... [Richard of Birtley]
An extract in Reg.III. f.183v gives the period of this account.
The Bursar is named in Hostiller's Account 1360, which falls entirely within the period of this account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100.563-4 and 562 Dated as "1359 ?"
DCD-Bur.acs 1360-1   1360-1
Two copies:
(A) ... 13. ... [11 November 1360 - 16 May 1361]
... [Richard of Birtley]
Fair copy.
(B) ... [11 November 1360 - 16 May 1361]
... [Richard of Birtley]
Draft.
The reference under Arrears to Martinmas term 1359 and Pentecost term 1360 as being in the last account confirms the period given in an extract of the draft of this account, Reg.III. f.183v. Lacuna supplied as on fair copy.
Bursar named in Bursar's Vouchers, 1360-1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 562-3
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts, 1360-1   Indented receipts, 1360-1
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 719.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts, 1360-1 [1]   after 11 November 1360
Cash received by Richard of Birtley, Bursar, from Richard of Bickerton, Subprior of Durham, from Feretory, after Martinmas [11 November] 1360.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts, 1360-1 [2]   5 April 1361
Cash received by Richard of Birtley, Bursar of Durham, from Richard de Chestre, Proctor of Norham, Monday after Quasimodo [5 April] '61.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts, 1360-1 [3]   5 April 1361
Cash received by Richard of Birtley, Bursar of Durham, from Richard de Chestre, Proctor of Norham, Monday after Quasimodo [5 April] '61.
DCD-Bur.acs Indented receipts, 1360-1 [4]   13, 25 January 1361
Cash received by Richard of Birtley, Bursar of Durham, from Richard de Chestre, Proctor of Norham, Hilary '60 [13 January 1361], and Conversion of Paul [25 January].
DCD-Bur.acs Expenses of Prior's Household, 1360-1   1360-1
Martin [11 November] '60 - Pentecost [16 May] '61
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 564.
DCD-Bur.acs 1361-2   1361-2
... [16 May 1361 - 5 June 1362]
... [Richard of Birtley]
An extract in Reg.III. ff.184v-184r gives the period of this account.
An extract on the dorse of Pittington Account 1285-6 names the accountant.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 564.
DCD-Bur.acs 1362-3   1362-3
Two copies:
(A) ... [5 June 1362 - 5 March 1363]
... [Richard of Birtley]
(B) ... [5 June 1362 - 5 March 1363]
... [Richard of Birtley]
Duplicate [fragment]
An extract in Reg.III. f.184r gives the period of this account; the closing date is confirmed by the fact that the Arrears in the Balance of this account are taken up on the account opening on 5 March 1363.
The accountant's name is indicated by references under Arrears and Various Receipts on the Bursar's Account 1363.
Extracted: (A) 100. 565-6; (B) mentioned 103. 590.
DCD-Bur.acs 1363   1363
Two copies:
(A) Sunday ... Perpetua & Felicitas 1362 [5 March 1363] - Pentecost following [21 May] '63
John Abell
Duplicate
(B) ... [5 March - 21 May 1363]
... [John Abell]
Duplicate
Lacuna in (A) supplied from extract in Reg.III.f.184r giving the period of account (A).
Extracted: (A) 100. 565 (B) mentioned.
DCD-Bur.acs 1363-4   1363-4
Pentecost, 20 M... [21 May 1363] - Pentecost, 12 May '64
John Abell
The opening year of the account is clear from the heading which states that it covers one year. In 1363 Pentecost fell on 21 May.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 566-7.

Arrears, 1364 [frag.]: see Misc.Ch. 3367.
DCD-Bur.acs 1365-6   1365-6
... [12 May 1365 - 12 May 1366]
... [Richard of Birtley]
An extract in Reg.III. f.184r gives the period of this Account.
Although an atypical entry under Necessary Expenses seems to indicate Thomas Launcells as Bursar, Richard of Birtley is named as Bursar on Misc.Ch.3682, a receipt of Thursday after Pentecost 1365, Misc.Ch.4062 d, a receipt of Tuesday after Matthew 21 Hatfield, Misc.Ch.3857, a receipt of Thursday before Hilary 1365/6, and Jarrow Account 1365-6 (B).
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 567-8.
DCD-Bur.acs 1366-7   1366-7
... [12 May 1366 - 12 May 1367]
... [Richard of Birtley]
An extract in Reg.III.f.184r-v gives the period of this account.
The accountant is named in the statement of arrears in the Balance.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 568-9.
DCD-Bur.acs 1367-8   1367-8
... [12 May 1367 - 12 May 1368]
... [John of Berrington]
An extract in Reg.III. f.184v gives the period of this account.
The arrears at the beginning of the account opened on 12 May 1368 indicate that the accountant for the previous year was the same as the accountant for that year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 569.
DCD-Bur.acs 1368-9   1368-9
Nereus & Achilleus [12 May] 1368 - same feast [12 May] 1369
John of Berrington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 574-5.
DCD-Bur.acs 1370-1   1370-1
Nereus & Achilleus [12 May] 1370 - same feast [12 May] '71
John of Berrington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 576.
DCD-Bur.acs 1371-3   1371-3
15 December 1371 - 16 April '73
...by [William de Aslakby]
The accountant is named in the later medieval endorsement, and also the balance of this account at the beginning of the Bursar's Account 1373-4.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 577-8.
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, [1372]   Sale of Tithes, [1372]
...
The details correspond to those on the Bursar's Account for 15 December 1371 - 16 April 1373, which covered one harvest, that of 1372.
Extracted:
DCD-Bur.acs 1373-4   1373-4
16 April 1373 - 28 May 1374
John of Berrington
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 578-80.
DCD-Bur.acs 1374-5   1374-5
Three copies:
(A) Pentecost [21 May] 1374 - Circumcision same year [1 January 1375]
Hugh Howick
Fair copy
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
(B) -- [21 May 1374 - 1 January 1375]
-- [Hugh Howick]
Second draft
(C) ... [21 May 1374 - 1 January 1375]
... [Hugh Howick]
First draft.
Extracted: (A) 103. 580-1; (B) mentioned 103. 580; (C) mentioned 100. 547 "c.1347".
DCD-Bur.acs 1375-6   1375-6
Circumcision 1374 [1 January 1375] - Easter [13 April] 1376
William de Aslakby
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 582-4.
DCD-Bur.acs 1376   1376
Easter [13 April] 1376 - Martin following [11 November 1376]
William de Aslakby
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 584-5.
DCD-Bur.acs Summary Account, 1376   Summary Account, 1376
Easter [13 April] '76 - Martin following [11 November 1376]
William de Aslakby
DCD-Bur.acs 1376-7   1376-7
... [11 November 1376 - 29 September 1377]
... [William of Killerby]
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
An extract on Reg.III. f.185v gives the period of this account, and this is confirmed by entries under Various Receipts.
The Bursar is named on Cellarer's Account 1377-8, Month 1, for 5 June - 3 July 1377; also on Pittington Account 1376-7, where the livery of cash matches that on this Bursar's Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 585.
DCD-Bur.acs Memoranda, 1376-7   Memoranda, 1376-7
-- [11 November 1376 - 29 September 1377]
Entries on these three leaves correspond to entries on Bursar's Account 1376-7: Under Stipends, after the Martinmas term William Lardener was succeeded as Prior's cook by Gilbert in the Pentecost term [as Gilbert was not paid, his name is absent from this account, appearing in subsequent accounts].
Under Soulsilver, Nicholas Harpour was paid for 46 weeks only.
Under Contributions, the two sums given match two of the three entries on the account.
DCD-Bur.acs 1377-8   1377-8
... [29 September 1377 - 29 September 1378]
... [Hugh of Sherburn]
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
An extract on Reg.III. f.185v gives the period of this account, and this is confirmed by entries under Various Receipts.
Accountant named under Tallies & Indentures, and in the Balance.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 586-7.
DCD-Bur.acs 1378-9   1378-9
... [29 September 1378 - 29 September 1379]
... [Thomas Legat]
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
An extract on Reg.III f.185v gives the period of this account, and this is confirmed by entries under various receipts.
Accountant named at the beginning of Bursar's Account 1379-80 as the last accountant.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 587-8.
DCD-Bur.acs 1379-80   1379-80
Michaelmas [29 September] 1379 - same feast [29 September] 1380
John of Berrington
Schedule 1: Details of sum owed by John of Berrington, Bursar, to Robert of Walworth, Prior of Durham.
Schedule 2: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Schedule 3: Details of sums owed by Thomas Launcells, Cellarer, Michaelmas [29 September] 1379.
Schedule 4: Details of expenditure on stock.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 588-90.
DCD-Bur.acs 1380-1   1380-1
Michaelmas [29 September] 1380 - same feast [29 September] '81
Thomas of Corbridge
Schedule 1: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Schedule 2: Details of sums owed by John of Berrington, Bursar, to Robert of Walworth, Prior of Durham.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 590-1.
DCD-Bur.acs 1381-2   1381-2
Michaelmas [29 September] 1381 - same feast [29 September] '82
Thomas of Corbridge
Schedule 1: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Schedule 2: Details of sums owed by John of Berrington, Bursar, to Robert of Walworth, Prior of Durham.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 592-3.

Sale of Tithes, 2 February & 20 March 1383: see B.Bk.D ff.19v-20r
DCD-Bur.acs 1383-4   1383-4
Michaelmas [29 September] 1383 - same feast [29 September] 1384
Thomas of Corbridge
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 593-4.

Sale of Tithes, 2 February & 20 March 1384: see B.Bk.D f.20rv
DCD-Bur.acs 1384-5   1384-5
Michaelmas [29 September] 1384 - same feast [29 September] 1385
Thomas of Corbridge
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 594-5.

Sale of Tithes, 2 February & 20 March 1385: see B.Bk.D f.20v

Sale of Tithes, 2 February & 20 March 1386: see B.Bk.D f.21r
DCD-Bur.acs 1386-7   1386-7
Michaelmas [29 September] ..86 - same feast [29 September] 1387
Thomas of Corbridge
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 595.

Sale of Tithes, 2 February & 20 March 1387: see B.Bk.D f.22r

Notes of payments, 1387: see Misc.Ch. 7278
DCD-Bur.acs 1387-8   1387-8
... [29 September 1387 - c.17 May 1388]
... [Thomas Corbridge]
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums owed by Thomas of Corbridge from his seven years as Bursar before Account; note of total owed on Account and of resources in hand.
Dorse: Inventory of Livestock
Only the last section and the Balance of the Account survive. The opening date can be established from the Schedule, with its reference to Thomas of Corbridge's seven years as Bursar before the Account, for he succeeded John of Berrington at Michaelmas 1380. The Schedule also refers to Thomas of Corbridge as being Bursar for a total of seven and a half years, indicating that this Account was for half a year only, probably closing at Pentecost.
Accountant named on Schedule.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 595 "c. 1387".

Sale of Tithes, [1388 ?]: see B.Bk.D f.23r
DCD-Bur.acs 1388-9   1388-9
... 8 - ... 13 .. [c.17 May 1388 - 6 June 1389]
...urn [John of Newburn]
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
The closing date is clear from the fact that the Balance of this account is taken up on the account opening at Pentecost 1389. As the account covers a year the opening feast was probably the same as the closing feast.
Accountant confirmed from arrears lists in subsequent accounts.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 595-6.

Sale of Tithes, [1389 ?]: see B.Bk.D f.21v
DCD-Bur.acs 1389-90   1389-90
Pentecost [6 June] 1389 - same feast [22 May] 1390
John ...bu.. [John of Newburn]
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Accountant confirmed from arrears lists in subsequent accounts.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 596.
DCD-Bur.acs 1390-1   1390-1
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [22 May] 1390 - same feast next following [14 May 1391]
John of Newburn
Fair copy.
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
(B) Pentecost [22 May] 1390 - same feast [14 May] 1391
John of Newburn
Draft.
Extracted: (A) ((B) mentioned) 103. 597
DCD-Bur.acs 1391   1391
Pentecost [14 May] 1391 - Michaelmas following [29 September 1391]
John of Newburn
With Schedule: Details of creditors and sums loaned to Bursar on Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 598.
DCD-Bur.acs Debts, 1391-2   Debts, 1391-2
Two counterparts:
[i] Debts, 1391-2
Details of creditors and sums loaned to Thomas Lythe, Bursar, Michaelmas, [29 September] '91 - Michaelmas; [29 September] '92.
Counterpart
[ii] Debts, 1391-2
Details of creditors and sums loaned to Thomas Lythe, Bursar, Michaelmas, [29 September] '91 - Michaelmas; [29 September] '92.
Counterpart.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 597.
DCD-Bur.acs 1394-5   1394-5
Pentecost [7 June] 1394 - same feast [30 May] 1395
John of Newburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 598-9.
DCD-Bur.acs 1395-6   1395-6
Pentecost [30 May] 1395 - same feast [21 May] '96
John of Newburn
Dorse:Details of creditors and debts of John of Newburn, former Bursar.
Resources in hand, Pentecost [30 May] '96.
Other debts of house.
Prior's livestock, Pentecost [30 May] '96.
Schedule 1: Details of decay, Pentecost and Martinmas terms '95.
Schedule 2: Details of waste, Pentecost and Martinmas terms '95.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 599.
DCD-Bur.acs 1396-7   1396-7
Pentecost [21 May] 1396 - same feast [10 June] '97
Thomas Lythe
Dorse: Details of stock, resources in hand, debts owing for 1396 on John of Newburn's account, and debts owed by the house for that year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 600.
DCD-Bur.acs Summary Account, 1396-7   Summary Account, 1396-7
--- [21 May 1396 - 10 June 1397]
--- [Thomas Lythe]
Dorse: Terrar's Account 1396-7
Established by comparison with Bursar's Account 1396-7.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 600/2.
DCD-Bur.acs Receipts of Arrears, 1396-7   Receipts of Arrears, 1396-7
Sums received by Thomas Lythe from arrears of various previous Bursars: John of Newburn, T[homas] L[ythe], Robert of Claxton, and said John [of Newburn]
This roll must belong to 1396-7, when Thomas Lythe was Bursar for the second time, immediately after the series of Bursars named. This is confirmed by the fact that the sums recovered from each Bursar's arrears correspond to the difference between their outstanding arrears as given at the beginning of the Bursar's Account 1396-7 and as given at the end of that Account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 600/5.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste, 1396-7   Waste, 1396-7
Pentecost and Martinmas terms, '96
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 600/1 one of two of "Decasus Redditum".
DCD-Bur.acs Decay, [1396-7]   Decay, [1396-7]
--
The total matches that given on the Bursar's Account for 1396-7.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 600/1 one of "two".

Sale of Tithes, 2 February & 20 March 1397: see B.Bk.E f.48rv
DCD-Bur.acs 1397-8   1397-8
Pentecost [10 June] 1397 - same feast next year [26 May 1398]
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 601.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste, 1397-8   Waste, 1397-8
Pentecost and Martinmas terms, 1397
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 600.
DCD-Bur.acs Decay, 1397-8   Decay, 1397-8
Both terms, '7
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 600.
DCD-Bur.acs 1399-1400   1399-1400
... [18 May 1399 - 6 June 1400]
... [Walter of Teesdale]
The date is given in two entries under Purchase of Wine; this is confirmed by the list of arrears at the end which shows that the previous Bursar was Thomas Lythe, for the second time, and that this is the third account of his successor, who was Walter of Teesdale, as from Pentecost 1397.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 601-2.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste, 1399-1400   Waste, 1399-1400
Pentecost and Martinmas terms, 1399
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 601.
DCD-Bur.acs Decay, [1399-1400 ?]   Decay, [1399-1400 ?]
Both terms, --
The total matches that given on the Bursar's Account for 1399-1400, but the entries and total also match those for 1397-8.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 601.
DCD-Bur.acs 1400-1   1400-1
Pentecost 1... [6 June 1400] - same feast next year [22 May 1401]
Roger of Mainsforth
A contemporary endorsement supplies the lacuna; this is confirmed by the fact that the sum given for arrears of this account appears as the last sum of arrears at the beginning of the Account opened 22 May 1401.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 602-3.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste,1400-1   Waste,1400-1
Pentecost and Martinmas terms, 1400
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 602.
DCD-Bur.acs Decay, [1400-1]   Decay, [1400-1]
Both terms, --
The total of the entries comes within 3d of matching the total given on the Bursar's Account for 1400-1; this is clearly a companion to the Waste roll for that year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 602.
DCD-Bur.acs 1401-2   1401-2
Pentecost [22 May] 1401 - same feast next year [14 May 1402]
Roger of Mainsforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 603-4.
DCD-Bur.acs 1402-3   1402-3
Pentecost [14 May] 1402 - same feast next year [3 June 1403]
Roger of Mainsforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 604.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste and Decay, [1401-2 or 1402-3]   Waste and Decay, [1401-2 or 1402-3]
Both terms, --
The totals match those on the Bursar's Accounts for 1401-2 and for 1402-3.
DCD-Bur.acs 1404-5   1404-5
Pentecost [18 May] 1404 - same feast next year [7 June 1405]
Richard of Haswell
Dorse, after Account: Inventory of goods
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 605-6.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste and Decay, 1404-5   Waste and Decay, 1404-5
Pentecost and Martinmas terms, 1404
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 605.
DCD-Bur.acs 1406-7   1406-7
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [30 May] 1406 - same feast next year [15 May 1407]
Roger of Mainsforth & John Ryton
Second draft
With [dorse] Inventory of goods
(B) ... [30 May 1406 - 15 May 1407]
... Roger of Mainsforth & John Ryton
First draft
Lacunae supplied from second draft.
Extracted: (A) 103. 606; (B) 103. 605
DCD-Bur.acs Waste and decay, 1406-7   Waste and decay, 1406-7
Pentecost and Martinmas terms, 1406
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 606.
DCD-Bur.acs 1407-8   1407-8
Pentecost 14.. [15 May 1407] ... feast next year [3 June 1408]
Richard of Haswell
The arrears of this account as given at the end appear at the beginning of the Bursar's Account opening on 3 June 1408 as the arrears of the preceding account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 606-7.
DCD-Bur.acs 1408-9   1408-9
Pentecost [3 June] 1408 - same feast next year: '9 [26 May 1409]
Richard of Haswell
Dorse, after Account: Inventory of goods
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 607-8.
DCD-Bur.acs 1409-10   1409-10
Pentecost 14.. [26 May 1409] - same feast [11 May] 1410
John Mores
The account is clearly for one year only.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 608.
DCD-Bur.acs Sale of Tithes, [c. 1410-20]   Sale of Tithes, [c. 1410-20]
--
The entries do not correspond to those on any surviving account, but no comparison is possible for 1411-2, 1413-4 or 1417-8.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 616
DCD-Bur.acs 1410-1   1410-1
Pentecost [11 May] 1410 - same feast [31 May] 1411
John Mores
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 608-9.
DCD-Bur.acs [Recoverable ?] Arrears, [c. 1411]   [Recoverable ?] Arrears, [c. 1411]
--
This roll has no indication of its nature or date. Its form suggests that it is a list of arrears, and the items, notably the tithes, show that it falls within the Bursar's sphere. There are references to Year 7 and Year 8 and a number of the names, when compared with those on the contemporary Bursar's Accounts, suggest that these are 1407 and 1408; as Richard of Haswell's second term of Bursar was 1407-1409, this could well be a list of arrears from this term. It cannot, however, be a full list, for the total of this list is far short of the total of arrears from these two years immediately before they were written off. The most likely reason for a separate list would be to distinguish recoverable and irrecoverable arrears; these appear to be the former, first because the total is so far short of the total that was not recovered but written off, and second because the alterations on this roll and the total at the end suggest that some of the items listed had been received. The date of these receipts cannot be established. It is not apparently after 1413 because the total exceeds the recovery of arrears from 1407-1409 after that date, nor apparently 1409-10 because the total recovered in that year exceeds the total of this roll; c.1411 seems a mean.
DCD-Bur.acs 1411-2   1411-2
Pentecost [31 May] 1411 - same feast [22 May] 1412
... [John] Mores
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 609.
DCD-Bur.acs Arrears, [c. 1412]   Arrears, [c. 1412]
...
The heading is missing. This comprises a long series of entries, each consisting of a name and a cash amount, subdivided into sections, each for one of the properties that formed part of the estate for which the bursar accounted. There are some added notes indicating that payment had been made. Two years are mentioned in the entries, 9 and 10, sometimes separately, sometimes together, specifying the period for which rents had not yet been paid; there are also entries that simply refer to "2 years" or to the Pentecost or Martinmas terms without the year specified. The proposed dating is based on the assumption that the unspecified "2 years" do not refer to the same period as "Years 9 and 10", and that the "2 years" were more recent than "Years 9 and 10", perhaps 1410 and 1411.
Extracted:
DCD-Bur.acs 1412-3   1412-3
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [22 May] 1412 - same feast [11 June] 1413
John Mores
Schedule: purchase of sheep
Dorse, after Account: Inventory of goods
(B) Pentecost [22 May] 1412 - ... [11 June] 1413
... [John Mores]
Schedule: purchase of sheep
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 609-10.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste and Decay, [1412-3]   Waste and Decay, [1412-3]
--
The totals match those given on the Bursar's Account for 1412-3.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 609.
DCD-Bur.acs 1414-5   1414-5
Pentecost [27 May] 1414 - same feast [19 May] 1415
William Drax
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 610-1.
DCD-Bur.acs 1415-6   1415-6
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [19 May] 1415 - same feast [7 June] 1416
William Drax
(B) Pentecost [19 May] 1415 - same feast [7 June] 1416
William Drax
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 611-3.
DCD-Bur.acs 1416-7   1416-7
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [7 June] 1416 - same feast [30 May] 1417
William Drax
Dorse, after account, Inventory of goods
(B) Pentecost [7 June] 1416 - same feast [30 May] 1417
William Drax
Dorse, after account, Inventory of goods
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 613-5; (B) mentioned 103. 613
DCD-Bur.acs 1418-9   1418-9
...18 [15 May 1418] - same feast 14.. [4 June 1419]
Henry ... [Helay]
Dorse, after Account: Inventory of goods
It is clear from the section following the Balance that John Durham junior became Bursar at the close of this account; his first account opened at Pentecost 1419. This account is clearly for one year only.
Accountant named as Bursar after William Drax, in subsequent lists of arrears, eg Bursar's Account 1421-2.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 615.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste and Decay, [1418-9]   Waste and Decay, [1418-9]
--
The totals match those given on the Bursar's Account for 1418-9.
DCD-Bur.acs 1419-20   1419-20
Pentecost ... [4 June 1419] - ... 14.. [26 May 1420]
... [John Durham junior]
The closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the Account opening at Pentecost 1420. The opening date is clear from the fact that this Account covers one year only.
Accountant named in a medieval endorsement which is confirmed by the list of arrears on the Bursar's Account for 1421-2 which shows that he had already accounted for two years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 617.
DCD-Bur.acs 1420-1   1420-1
Pentecost [26 May] 1420 - same feast [11 May] 1421
...m [John Durham] junior
Schedule: Revenues from Prior's jurisdiction in Howdenshire.
Accountant named on Bursar-Granator Indenture 1420-1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 617-8
Parts of version including details normally recorded in Bursar-Granator Indenture: Cambridge Jesus Coll. MS Q.G.13 ff. 7r/2v, 6v/3r, 5r/4v, 8v/1r, 8r/1v, 5v/4r, 6r/3v, 7v/2r.
DCD-Bur.acs 1421-2   1421-2
Pentecost [11 May] 1421 - same feast [31 May] 1422
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 618.
DCD-Bur.acs 1422-3   1422-3
Pentecost [31 May] 1422 - same feast [23 May] 1423
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 619.
DCD-Bur.acs 1423-4   1423-4
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [23 May] 1423 - same feast [11 June] 1424
John Durham junior
(B) Pentecost 142. [23 May 1423] - ... [11 June] 1424
... [John] Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 619.
DCD-Bur.acs 1424-5   1424-5
Pentecost [11 June] 1424 - same feast [27 May] 1425
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 619-20.
DCD-Bur.acs 1425-6   1425-6
Pentecost [27 May] 1425 - same feast [19 May] 1426
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 620.
DCD-Bur.acs 1426-7   1426-7
Pentecost [19 May] 1426 - same feast [8 June] '27
... [John] Durham junior
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 620.
DCD-Bur.acs 1427-8   1427-8
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost: 8 June, 1427 - same feast [23 May]: 24 May, 1428
William Partrike
(B) Pentecost <8 June> 1... [1427] - same feast [23 May] <24 May> 1428
William Partrike
Additions above the line. Lacuna supplied from duplicate.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 621.
DCD-Bur.acs 1428-9   1428-9
Pentecost [23 May]: 24 May 1428 - same feast: 15 May, next year [1429] William Partrike
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 621-2.
DCD-Bur.acs Arrears, [1429]   Arrears, [1429]
Details delivered to John Oll bursar, by W[illiam] P[artrike] lately bursar
Arrears in Norhamshire and Islandshire, 1424 - 1428
John Oll succeeded William Partrike as bursar on 15 May 1429.
DCD-Bur.acs 1429-30   1429-30
... [15 May 1429 - 4 June 1430]
... [John Oll]
This account includes the customary payments on the occasion of their First Mass to John Booth, priested 24 September 1429 [ Register of Thomas Langley, Vol. VI, SS 182, p.11], and to Thomas Wheill, priested 11 March 1430 [ op cit Vol III, SS 169, p. 184]. John Wheldrake, priested 18 December 1428 [ op cit Vol III, SS 169, p. 106], received his customary payment on the Bursar's Account for 1428-9, suggesting that the date of this Account is 1429-30, to judge by the date of the ordinations.
Bursar's Account 1433-4 begins with a list of arrears that indicates John Oll as Bursar after William Partrike's two years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 620-1.
DCD-Bur.acs Details of repairs, [c. 1430]   Details of repairs, [c. 1430]
Details of repairs [to Shields [?] mill, c. 1430].
This sheet does not appear to date from the same year as three other similar sheets that can be dated 1432-3, a year from which an abundance of ephemeral material from the Bursar's office has survived. The repairs clearly concern a mill, and an added contemporary note specifies Shields mill. The Repairs section of the Bursar's Account 1432-3 does not mention this mill; some work is recorded on the Account for 1432 and much more on the Account for 1431-2, but in neither case do the details seem to match those on this sheet, and so the sheet is perhaps to be dated to the previous year, 1430-1, for which the Bursar's Account is missing.
DCD-Bur.acs 1431-2   1431-2
... [20 May 1431 - 8 June 1432]
... [John Oll]
This account mentioned the lease of Nunstainton as being run for 19 years on the feast of Peter and Paul [29 June] within this account; the corresponding entry on the Accounts for 1432-3, 1433-4 and 1434-5 shows that this refers to 29 June 1431, ie within the accounting year Pentecost 1431 - Pentecost 1432.
The Balance of the Bursar's Account 1433-4 names John Oll as Bursar for 3½ years after William Partrike's two years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 616.
DCD-Bur.acs 1432   1432
... [8 June - 11 November 1432]
... [John Oll]
The entry for the Old Borough includes a rent due at Michaelmas 1432, and Repairs have a payment for the Pentecost term 1432; the entries under Rents and Stipends indicate that this Account is the Pentecost term only, and the first entry under Soulsilver states that it closed at Martinmas.
Bursar's Rental 1432 f.38r shows that John Oll ceased to be Bursar at Martinmas 1432.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 624

Receipts book, Pentecost term 1432: B.Bk.F ff.1r-20r

Indentures of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:66

Indentures of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:58

Indentures of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:59

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:56

Indentures of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:60

Indentures of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:57

Arrears, 11 November 1432: B.Bk.F ff. 38r-40r [from 1427 - 1429]; B.Bk.F ff. 40r-43r [from 1429 - 1431]; B.Bk.F ff. 53r-56r [from 1431 - 1432]; B.Bk.F ff. 44v-47r [from Pentecost term 1432].

Receipts of arrears [from 1419 - 1426], [? 1432]: B.Bk.F f. 52v.

Debts promised by collectors, [? 1432]: B.Bk.F f. 56v.
DCD-Bur.acs 1432-3   1432-3
... [11 November 1432 - 11 November 1433]
... [Thomas Lawson]
The Summary Account for 1432-3, on which the heading survives, corresponds to this account; the dating is confirmed by the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened at Martinmas 1433. Accountant named on the Summary Account 1432-3.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 622.
DCD-Bur.acs Summaries etc., 1432-8   Summaries etc., 1432-8
1. Summary, 1434-5
Martin [11 November] 1434 - same feast [11 November] 1435.
Thomas Lawson
2. Summary, 1432-3
Martin [11 November] 1432 - same feast next year [11 November 1433].
Thomas Lawson
Draft expenses and exoneration: Waste & Decay, etc, 1432-3.
3. List of payments by tenants, at close of Robert Stodard[?]'s account, Pentecost term 1438.
4. Summary, 1436-7 (B)
Martin [11 November] 1436 - same feast [11 November] 1437
Thomas Lawson
Fair copy: 7 below.
5. Waste & Decay, 1435-8
Martinmas and Pentecost terms, '37
Martinmas and Pentecost terms, '36
Martinmas and Pentecost terms, '35
6. Summary, 1435-6
Martin [11 November] 1435 - same feast [11 November] 1436
Thomas Lawson
7. Summary, 1436-7 (A)
Martin [11 November] 1436 - same feast [11 November] '37
Thomas Lawson
Draft: 4 above
8. Rental of Wolviston freeholdings, c.1430.
[Two sections. The second, headed Wolviston, has almost exactly the same entries as the rental extracted from the new feodary of 1430 (SS 58, pp. 86-88). The first appears to be a differently arranged version of it, with entries marked to indicate that payment had been made].
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 624.

Indenture of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:57*

Indenture of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:58*

Indenture of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:56*

Indenture of local liveries, [? 1432]: Loc.V:10/1

Indenture of local liveries, 1432: Loc.V:1

Indenture of local liveries, [1432 or 1433 ?]: [Billingham]: Loc.V:10/2.
DCD-Bur.acs Details of repairs, 1432-3   Details of repairs, 1432-3
On roofing and pointing, and at Gateshead and East Rainton mill.
[i] Roofing and pointing by John Piersson.
[ii] Tenement in Pipewelgate, Gateshead.
[iii] East Rainton mill.
Three separate sheets, each without date. The details can be matched in the Repairs section of the Bursar's Account for 11 November 1432 - 11 November 1433.
Extracted:

Notes of expenses at Billingham, etc., by William Thorpe, [c. 1432]: Misc.Ch.7111g.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste & Decay, 1432-3 (A)   Waste & Decay, 1432-3 (A)
Waste & Decay, draft with draft exoneration and summary expenses 1432-3.
Martinmas and Pentecost terms 14..
Fair copy
A contemporary endorsement gives the date as '32, and the totals match those given in the Exoneration of the account closed 11 November 1433.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste & Decay, 1432-3 (B)   Waste & Decay, 1432-3 (B)
Decay '32 Martinmas and Pentecost terms
Waste Martinmas and Pentecost terms
& Exoneration and Summary Expenses, 1432-3
-- [11 November 1432 - 11 November 1433]
Draft

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1433 - 1434: Loc.V:62

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1433 - 1434: Loc.V:2

Notes of receipts and expenses at Billingham, etc., by William Thorpe, 1433: Misc. Ch 7111f.
DCD-Bur.acs 1433-4   1433-4
Martin [11 November] 1433 - same feast next year [11 November 1434]
Thomas Lawson
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 622-3
DCD-Bur.acs Summary, etc. 1433-4   1433-4
Summary, 11 Nov. 1433 - 11 Nov. 1434 with Waste and Decay, 1433 - 1434 or 1434 - 1435.
Martin [11 November] 1433 - same feast next year [11 November 1434]
Thomas Lawson
& Waste & Decay
Martinmas and Pentecost terms, 1434
It might be expected that the Waste and Decay would be for the same period as the account, but the heading was altered from "xxxiij" to "xxxiijj". The details do not match closely those on the separate rolls, Waste & Decay 1433-4, or Waste & Decay 1434-5.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste & Decay, 1433-4   1433-4
Martinmas and Pentecost terms 1433
Extracted:

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1434: Loc.V:3

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1434: Loc.V:4
DCD-Bur.acs Arrears, 1434   Arrears, 1434
Arrears [Aycliffe manor] and charge on lessee of Bearpark manor
Manor of Aycliffe, for the time of John Power
Charge on Thomas Mayn, [for manor of Bearpark]
Stuff received by Thomas Mayn
On Bursar's Accounts 1431-2, 1432-3 and 1433-4 John Power occurs as lessee with John Wele of the demesne of Aycliffe for 18 quarters of wheat and 18 of barley a year, and Thomas Mayn as lessee of the manor of Bearpark. The first section has entries for the years '31, '32 and '33; the second for 1432-33, and from Martinmas 1433 to Pentecost following. The third section details oxen, equipment and sown acres.
DCD-Bur.acs 1434-5   1434-5
Martin [11 November] 1434 - same feast next year [11 November 1435]
Thomas Lawson
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 623.
DCD-Bur.acs Waste and Decay, 1434-5   1434-5
Martinmas & Pentecost terms, 1434

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1435: Loc.V:6

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1435: Loc.V:7

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1435: Loc.V:5
DCD-Bur.acs 1435-6   1435-6
Two copies:
(A) ... 1... [11 November 1435] - ... next year [11 November 1436]
Thomas Lawson
Fair Copy
(B) Martin [11 November] 1435 - same feast next year [11 November 1436]
Thomas Lawson
Draft
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 623

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1436: Loc.V:63

Indentures [filed] of local liveries, 1436: Loc.V:8
DCD-Bur.acs 1436-7   1436-7
Two copies:
(A) Martin [11 November] 1436 - same feast next year [11 November 1437]
Thomas Lawson
Fair Copy
(B) ... [11 November] 1436 - same feast next year [11 November 1437]
... [Thomas Lawson]
Draft
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 624

Indentures of local liveries, 1437: Loc.V:61

Indentures of local liveries, 1437: Loc.V:9
DCD-Bur.acs 1437-8   1437-8
Martin [11 November] 1437 - Bartholomew next, 143. [24 August 1438]
Thomas Lawson
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 625.
DCD-Bur.acs 1438-9   1438-9
Two copies:
(A) ... August 14.. [c.24 August 1438] - Michael ... [29 September 1439]
John Gateshead, with John Oll as colleague
(B) ... [c.24 August 1438 - 29 September 1439]
... [John Gateshead, with John Oll as colleague]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Bursar's Account opening at Michaelmas 1439. The heading states that this Account covers "a year and five weeks" which would give an opening date of 25 or 26 August 1438, but the previous account closed on 24 August and it is likely that this Account opened on that date.
Extracted: (B) 103. 626-7.((A) mentioned 103. 625 one of "cum ii dupl".)
DCD-Bur.acs 1439-40   1439-40
Two copies:
(A) Michaelmas [29 September] 1439 - same feast [29 September] '40
John Gateshead
Schedule: Revenue of jurisdiction and synodals:- none
(B) Michaelmas [29 September] 1439 - same feast [29 September] '40
John Gateshead
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 625-6
DCD-Bur.acs 1440-1   1440-1
Two copies:
(A) Michaelmas [29 September] 1440 - same feast [29 September] '41
John Gateshead
(B) Michaelmas [29 September] 1440 - same feast [29 September] '41
John Gateshead
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 627
DCD-Bur.acs 1441-2   1441-2
Michaelmas [29 September] 1441 - same feast [29 September] 1442
John Gateshead
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 628.
DCD-Bur.acs 1442-3   1442-3
Michaelmas [29 September] 1442 - same feast [29 September] 1443]
John Gateshead
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 628.
DCD-Bur.acs 1443-4   1443-4
Two copies
(A) Michaelmas [29 September] 1443 - same feast [29 September] 1444
John Gateshead
(B) ... [29 September 1443] - ... feast [29 September] 1444
... [John Gateshead]
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 629.
DCD-Bur.acs 1444-5   1444-5
Michaelmas [29 September] 1444 - Martin [11 November 1445]
John Gateshead
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 629.
DCD-Bur.acs 1445-6   1445-6
Three copies:
(A) Martin [11 November] 1445 - Pentecost next [5 June 1446]
William Eden
(B) Martin 14.5 [11 November 1445] - Pentecost next [5 June 1446]
William Eden
(C) Martin [11 November] 1445 - Pentecost ---- [5 June 1446]
William Eden
Draft
Extracted: [A, B] 103. 629-30; (C) 103. 633.
DCD-Bur.acs 1446-7   1446-7
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [5 June] 1446 - same feast [28 May] 1447
William Eden
Dorse, after Account: Status
(B) ... [5 June 1446 - 28 May 1447]
... [William Eden]
Draft
Schedule 1: Foreign Receipts:- further entries Revenues of Jurisdiction & Synodals:- further entries.
Schedule 2: Prior's Expenses.
Schedule 3: Gifts:- further entries.
Schedule 4: Contributions: further entries.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 630-1

[c. 1448] [barely legible frags]: Feodarium flyleaves.
DCD-Bur.acs 1449-50   1449-50
Pentecost 144. [1 June 1449] - same feast [24 May] 1450
John M... [Middleham]
The account clearly covers one year only.
The details of arrears in the Balance of the Bursar's Account for 1453-4 shows that the Bursar in the two years before that was John Pencher, following on four years of John Middleham.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 632-3.

Cash reckoning with caterer, 13 June 1451 - 11 November 1452: Misc. Ch. 7273 (mentioned 103. 633).
DCD-Bur.acs 1453-4   1453-4
Pentecost [20 May] 1453 - same feast [9 June] 1454
William Cuthbert
Dorse, after Account:Status, 1454
Vigil of Pentecost [8 June] 1454
Delivered by William Cuthbert to John Eden
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 633-4.
DCD-Bur.acs 1454-5   1454-5
Pentecost [9 June] 1454 - same feast [25 May] 1455
John Eden
Dorse, after Account:Status, 1455
Vigil of Pentecost [24 May] 1455
Delivered by John Eden to John Middleham
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 634.
DCD-Bur.acs 1456-7   1456-7
Pentecost [16 May] 1456 - same feast [5 June] 1457
John Middleham
With [dorse] Status, 4 June 1457
Vigil of Pentecost [4 June] 1457
Delivered by John Middleham to John Eden
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 634-5; 635-6.
DCD-Bur.acs 1457-8   1457-8
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost 1... [5 June 1457] - same feast [21 May] 1458
John Eden
(B) ... [5 June 1457 - 21 May 1458] ... [John Eden]
Draft
The account is clearly for only one year.
Extracted: (A) 103. 636-7; (B) mentioned 103. 636
DCD-Bur.acs 1458-9   1458-9
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [21 May] 1458 - same feast [13 May] 1459
John Eden
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost 145. [21 May 1458] - ... [13 May] ..59
... [John Eden]
Summary
Dorse, after Account:Status, 1459
Vigil of Pentecost [12 May] '59
Delivered by John Eden to Thomas Haughton
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 637-8
DCD-Bur.acs Summary, 1458-9   Summary, 1458-9
Summary, with Status, 12 May 1438, as above
Closed at Pentecost [13 May] 1459
John Eden
Dorse: Status, 1459
Vigil of Pentecost [12 May] '59
Delivered by John Eden to Thomas Haughton
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 638.
DCD-Bur.acs 1462-3   1462-3
Two copies
(A) ... [? 6 June 1462 - ?29 May 1463]
... [Thomas Haughton]
(B) ... [?6 June 1462 - ?29 May 1463]
... [Thomas Haughton]

The balance shows that this Account covers the fourth year after John Eden's two [1457-9], and the number of years that leases at South Pittington, Hartlepool and Nunstainton have run, when compared with other accounts of the period, also confirm that this is the Account for 1462-3. The terminal days are taken to be Pentecost, as with other accounts of the period.
Bursar's Account 1464-5 shows that Thomas Haughton was Bursar for the previous 5 years.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 638.
DCD-Bur.acs 1464-5   1464-5
Pentecost [20 May] 1464 - same feast [2 June] 1465
Thomas Haughton
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 640.
DCD-Bur.acs 1465-6   1465-6
... 146. [2 June 1465] - ... 146. [25 May 1466]
Thomas Haughton
The opening date is established by the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed at Pentecost 1465. This Account is clearly for one year only, and the closing feast is assumed to be the same as the opening feast, like other accounts of the period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 641.
DCD-Bur.acs 1466-7   1466-7
... [25 May 1466 - 17 May 1467]
... [Robert Weardale]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account assumed to close at Pentecost in 1466; the number of years given for leases of South Pittington and Nunstainton, when compared with other Accounts, confirm the date. As with the previous Account, the closing feast is assumed to be the same as the opening feast.
The arrears listed on Bursar's Account 1473-4 show that Robert Weardale accounted for the seven years before that, making this his first account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 641.
DCD-Bur.acs 1467-8   1467-8
... [17 May 1467 - 5 June 1468]
... [Robert Weardale]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account assumed to close at Pentecost in 1467; the number of years given for leases of South Pittington and Nunstainton, when compared with other Accounts, confirm the date. As with the previous Account, the closing feast is assumed to be the same as the opening feast.
The arrears listed on Bursar's Account 1473-4 show that Robert Weardale accounted for the seven years before that, making this his second account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 642 Dated as "c. 1467-9".
DCD-Bur.acs 1468-9   1468-9
... [5 June 1468 - 21 May 1469]
... [Robert Weardale]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account assumed to close at Pentecost in 1468; the number of years given for leases of South Pittington and Nunstainton, when compared with other Accounts, confirm the date. As with the previous Account, the closing feast is assumed to be the same as the opening feast.
The arrears listed on Bursar's Account 1473-4 show that Robert Weardale accounted for the seven years before that, making this his third account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 641-2.
DCD-Bur.acs 1469-70   1469-70
... [21 May 1469 - 10 June 1470]
... [Robert Weardale]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Account opened at Pentecost 1470 takes up the Balance of this Account; the number of years given for leases of South Pittington and Nunstainton, when compared with other Accounts, confirm this date. The opening date is assumed to be the same as the closing date, like other accounts of the period.
The arrears listed on the Bursar's Account 1473-4 show that Robert Weardale accounted for the seven years before that, making this his fourth account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 642.
DCD-Bur.acs 1470-1   1470-1
Pentecost [10 June] 1470 - same ...1 [2 June 1471]
... [Robert Weardale]
The closing date is confirmed by the fact that the Account opened at Pentecost 1471 takes up the Balance of this Account.
Named in contemporary caption on dorse, and confirmed from the arrears listed on Bursar's Account 1473-4 which shows that Robert Weardale accounted for the seven years before that.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 642-3.
DCD-Bur.acs 1471-2   1471-2
Pentecost 14.. [2 June 1471] - ... feast [17 May] 1472 ... [Robert] Weardale
The year is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed in 1471.
The lacuna is assumed to be "same", as it would be on other Accounts of the period. Accountants forename supplied from contemporary caption.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 643-4.
DCD-Bur.acs 1472-3   1472-3
... [17 May 1472] - ...73 [6 June 1473]
... [Robert Weardale]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed in 1472, assumedly at Pentecost.
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opening at Pentecost in 1473.
The arrears listed on Bursar's Account 1473-4 show that Robert Weardale accounted for the seven years before that, making this his sixth account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 644.
DCD-Bur.acs 1473-4   1473-4
Pentecost ... [6 June 1473] - same feast [29 May] 1474
Robert Weardale
This Account is clearly for one year only; it also takes up the Balance of the Account closed in 1473.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 644-5.
DCD-Bur.acs 1474-5   1474-5
Pentecost ... [29 May 1474] - same feast [14 May] 1475
Robert Weardale
The Account is clearly for one year only; it also takes up the Balance of the Account closed at Pentecost 1474.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 645.
DCD-Bur.acs 1475-6   1475-6
Pentecost [14 May] 1475 - same feast [2 June] 1476
Robert Weardale
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 646.
DCD-Bur.acs 1476-7   1476-7
Pentecost [2 June] 1476 - ... [25 May] .477
... [Robert Weardale]
The closing feast is assumed to be the same as the opening feast, in common with other Accounts of the period.
Named in contemporary caption on dorse, and confirmed from the list of arrears which shows the accountant to be the same as for the previous ten years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 646.
DCD-Bur.acs 1478-9   1478-9
Pentecost [10 May] 1478 - same feast [30 May] 1479
John Swan
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 646-7.
DCD-Bur.acs 1479-80   1479-80
Pentecost [30 May] 1479 - same feast [21 May] 1480
John Swan
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 647.
DCD-Bur.acs 1480-1   1480-1
Pentecost [21 May] 1480 - same feast [10 June 1481 John Swan
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 647-8.
DCD-Bur.acs 1481-2   1481-2
Pentecost [10 June] 1481 - same feast [26 May] 1482
John Swan
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 648.
DCD-Bur.acs 1482-3   1482-3
... [26 May 1482 - 18 May 1483]
... [John Swan]
The list of arrears on the Bursar's Account 1483-4 gives a sum for the arrears of the "last" account which matches the sum given in the Balance of this Account as the arrears of this Account itself; this Account is for a year and is assumed to run between the terminal dates of the preceding and following accounts.
This list of arrears on the Bursar's Account 1484-5 show that John Swan accounted for the seven years before that, making this his sixth account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 648.
DCD-Bur.acs 1483-4   1483-4
Pentecost [18 May] 1483 - same feast [6 June] 1484
John Swan
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 648.
DCD-Bur.acs 1484-5   1484-5
Pentecost [6 June] 1484 - same feast [22 May] 1485
John Swan
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 649.
DCD-Bur.acs 1485-6   1485-6
Pentecost [22 May] 1485 - same feast [14 May] 1486
Geoffrey Forest
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 649.
DCD-Bur.acs 1486-7   1486-7
Pentecost [14 May] 1486 - same feast [3 June] 1487
Geoffrey Forest
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 650.
DCD-Bur.acs 1487-88   1487-88
Pentecost [3 June] 1487 - same feast [25 May] 1488 Geoffrey Forest
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 650-1.
DCD-Bur.acs 1488-9   1488-9
Pentecost [25 May] 1488 - same feast [7 June] 1489
Geoffrey Forest
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 651.
DCD-Bur.acs 1492-3   1492-3
Pentecost ...2 [10 June 1492 - same feast [26 May] 1493
Thomas Durham
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 652.
DCD-Bur.acs 1493-4   1493-4
Pentecost [26 May] 1493 - same feast [18 May] 1494
Thomas Durham
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 652.
DCD-Bur.acs 1494-5   1494-5
Pentecost [18 May] 1494 - same feast [7 June] 1495
Henry Dalton
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 653.
DCD-Bur.acs 1495-6   1495-6
Pentecost [7 June] 1495 - same feast [22 May] 1496 William Hawkwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 653-4.

Miscellaneous memoranda re payments and purchases, [1495 - 1496]: B.Bk.G ff. 1rv, 94v-95v, 99v-101v, inside cover.
DCD-Bur.acs 1496-7   1496-7
Pentecost [22 May] 1496 - same feast [14 May] 1497
William Hawkwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 654-5.
DCD-Bur.acs 1497-8   1497-8
Pentecost [14 May] 1497 - same feast [3 June] 1498
William Hawkwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 655.
DCD-Bur.acs 1498-9   1498-9
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [3 June] 1498 - same feast [19 May] 1499
William Hawkwell
(B) ... [3 June 1498 - 19 May 1499]
... [William Hawkwell]
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 655-6.
DCD-Bur.acs 1499-1500   1499-1500
Pentecost [19 May] 1499 - same feast [7 June] 1500
William Hawkwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 656.
DCD-Bur.acs 1500-1   1500-1
Pentecost 1... [7 June 1500] - same feast [30 May] 1501
William Hawkwell
The Account is clearly for one year only.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 656-7.
DCD-Bur.acs 1501-2   1501-2
Pentecost [30 May] 1501 - same feast [15 May] 1502
William Hawkwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 657.
DCD-Bur.acs 1503-4   1503-4
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [4 June] 1503 - same feast [26 May] 1504
William Hawkwell
Fair copy
Schedule 1: Prior's Expenses
Schedule 2: Repairs - further entries
(B) ... [4 June 1503 - 26 May 1504]
... [William Hawkwell]
Draft
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 657.
DCD-Bur.acs 1504-5   1504-5
... 15.. - .. .5.. [26 May 1504 - 11 May 1505]
William H... [Hawkwell]
Schedule: Customary Alms
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed at Pentecost 1504; the closing feast is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opening at Pentecost, and the year is clear since the Account covers only one year.
Accountant named on Bursar-Granator's Indenture 1504-5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 658
DCD-Bur.acs 1505-6   1505-6
Pentecost 15.. [11 May 1505] - ... feast 15.. [31 May 1506]
William Hawk... [Hawkwell]
The fact that the Balance of this Account is the same as that on the previous Account eliminates one means of dating, but the Balance does indicate that this is the accountant's eleventh Account; his first was 1495-6 and this is therefore 1505-6. The Account is clearly for one year and the first lacuna in the closing date is assumed to be "sane", in common with other Accounts of the period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 658.
DCD-Bur.acs 1506-7   1506-7
... [31 May 1506 - 23 May 1507]
... [William Hawkwell]
The fact that the Balance of the previous Account was the same as that of the Account preceding it eliminates one means of dating. The years given in the lease of Nunstainton, when compared with other Accounts, indicate the date of this Account as 1506-7, which is confirmed by the Balance, which shows this to be the Accountant's twelfth account, since his eleventh was 1505-6. The opening and closing dates are assumed to be Pentecost, as on the preceding and succeeding Accounts, and supported by Bursar's Rental 1507-8 [see below]. The Balance shows the Accountant to be the same as for the previous eleven years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 658-9.
DCD-Bur.acs 1507-8   1507-8
Pentecost [23 May] 1507 - same feast [11 June] 1508
Robert Strother
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 659-60.

Payments, 23 May 1507 - 11 June 1508: B.Bk.H ff. 65r-74v with, f. 76r Index to recipients of stipends; f. 76v Memoranda of receipts of renthens, 1507 and 1508; f. 77rv Stipends paid by the Prior, Pentecost term 1507

Reckonings with the prior and with various obedientiaries, 1507 - 1511: B.Bk.H ff. 1r-2r, 3r-5r [all crossed out].
DCD-Bur.acs 1508-9   1508-9
Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
Robert Strother
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 660.

Payments, 11 June 1508 - 27 May 1509: B.Bk.H ff. 135r-143r.
DCD-Bur.acs 1509-10   1509-10
Pentecost [27 May] 1509 - same feast [19 May] 1510
Robert Strother
Extracted: ex. 103. 660-1.

Payments, 27 May 1509 - 19 May 1510: B.Bk.H ff. 205r-213r. with, f. 204v Liveries of cloth to staff, 1509; ff. 213v, 281v [Debts ?, of tenants, c. 1510]
DCD-Bur.acs 1510-1   1510-1
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [19 May] 1510 - same feast [8 June] 1511
Robert Strother
(B) ... [19 May 1510 - 8 June 1511]
... [Robert Strother]
Fragments of draft
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 661.

Payments, 19 May 1510 - 8 June 1511: B.Bk.H ff. 266r-274r. with, ff. 274v-275r Liveries of cloth to staff, 1510; f. 7r Reckoning with the Master of Jarrow, 11 July 1511
DCD-Bur.acs 1511-2   1511-2
Pentecost [8 June] 1511 - same feast [30 May] 1512
Robert Strother
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 662.
DCD-Bur.acs 1512-3   1512-3
... [30 May 1512 - 15 May 1513]
... [Robert Strother]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed at Pentecost 1512. The Account is clearly for a year and is assumed to close on the same feast as it opened on, like other Accounts of the period.
The list of arrears on Bursar's Account 1513-4 indicates that Robert Strother, the Bursar for that Account, was responsible for the six years before.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 662-3.
DCD-Bur.acs 1513-4   1513-4
Pentecost [15 May] 1513 - same feast [4 June] 1514
Robert Strother
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 663-4.
DCD-Bur.acs 1514-5   1514-5
... [4 June] 1514 - ... [27 May] 1515
Thomas Barnes
Schedule: Hartlepool
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opening at Pentecost 1515. The opening feast is assumed to be the same as the closing feast, in common with other Accounts of the period; this is supported by the reference on Bursar's Account 1513-4, under Purchase of Wine, to Thomas Barnes taking office at the end of that Account, ie Pentecost 1514.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 664.
DCD-Bur.acs 1515-6   1515-6
Pentecost [27 May] 1515 - same feast [11 May] 1516
Thomas Barnes
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 664.

Payments, 31 May 1517 - 23 May 1518: B.Bk.J ff. 76v-87r with, f. 84r Reckonings with the Almoner, and with the Communar, [c. 1518]; ff. 87v-88v Memoranda re Norhamshire, 1517 - 1518

Memoranda re Norhamshire, 1518 - 1519: B.Bk.J ff. 89r-90v
DCD-Bur.acs 1519-20   1519-20
... [?12 June 1519 - ?27 May 1520]
... [Thomas Barnes]
There are entries under Necessary Expenses for costs involved in the election of a Prior; this is Hugh Whitehead's election, which took place on 3 January 1520. The Account is for an year, and is assumed to run from Pentecost to Pentecost, in common with others of the period. Accountant named as Bursar at Hugh Whitehead's election [Reg.V. f.184v].
DCD-Bur.acs 1523-4   1523-4
Pentecost [24 May] 1523 - same feast [15 May] 1524
John Castell
Subsumes incomplete draft of Bursar-Cellarer Indenture
At head: Norham Account 1523-4 (B)
... [24 May 1523 - 15 May 1524]
... [Robert Sanderson]
Draft
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 664-6.

Expenses and Purchases, [5 June 1530 - 28 May 1531], [defect.]: B.Bk.K ff.5r-44r.
With, ff.45v-47v Memoranda on foodstuffs, etc., 1530 - 1531

Printed: 18.3-43/12; pr.18.43/13-46/4 up.

Reckoning with the Cellarer/Granator, 1530 - 1533: B.Bk.K f.128r
Printed: 18.132/28-133/11.

Expenses and Purchases, [28 May] 1531 [- 19 May 1532]: B.Bk.K ff.49v-122r.
with, f.128v Distribution of sealing [fees ?], 1532
f.123r Reckoning with Stock-supervisor, 1531 [- 1534]
f.48r Miscellaneous memoranda, 1531-1532, 1534
ff.123v-125v Memoranda on harvesting, 1531, on purchase of fowls, etc.

Printed: 18.48-126/15; 18.133; 18.126; 18.46/3 up - 47; 18.127/5-129/29

Expenses and Purchases, [19 May] 1532 [- 1 June 1533]: B.Bk.K ff.129r-204r.
with, ff.204v-207r Receipts of spices, 3 December 1532 - 4 June 1536
ff.207v-208v Miscellaneous payments, and purchase of poultry, [c. 1533]
ff.126r-128r Miscellaneous memoranda, 1532 - 1533
f.4r Memoranda of miscellaneous purchases, etc., - 26 August 1533

Printed: 18.134-227/8; 18.227/9-233/3; 18.233/4-234; 18.129/24-132/27

Expenses and Purchases, [1 June] 1533 [- 24 May 1534]: B.Bk.K ff.209r-283r.
with f.212v Distribution of sealing [fees ?], 1533
f.123r Reckoning with Cellarer, 1533
f.2r Reckoning with Cellarer, 18 April 1534
ff.283v- 284v Miscellaneous memoranda, and purchase of poultry, 1533 - 1534
f.3rv Memorandum on horses and stock, [c. 1534 - 1535]
f.1rv [3 mounted slips] Miscellaneous memoranda, [c. 1534 - 1535], [a, c.]

Printed: 18.235-324/21; 18.237-8; 18.126-7; 18.326-7; 18.324/22-326/31; 18.327/11-34; 18.2/6-13, 327/35-44, cf. facsimile of [c] dorse on title-page of 18.

Summary, 16 May 1535 - 4 June 1536: Misc.Ch.7283 ff.1v-4v.
Pentecost [16 May] 1535 - same feast [4 June] 1536
-- [Robert Bennett]
[Named on Bursar-Cellarer Indenture 1535-6]

DCD-Bur.acs 1536-7   1536-7
Pentecost [4 June] 1536 - same feast [20 May] 1537
Robert Bennett
Printed: Surtees Society 103. 667-707.

Small purchases in London, [c. 1535 - 1539]: Misc.Ch.7283 ff.18r-19v.
Marginal notes against entries: bursar, warden [of Durham College Oxford], and prior of Finchale. Endorsements, f.19v; billa domini prioris £8 13s. 7d. stuff bought in london. [This item is a separate bifolium, now bound up with material ranging in date from 1535 to 1556. The hand is very similar to those found in the financial records of the cathedral priory in the last decade of its existence].


Expenses and Purchases, [9 June] 1538 [- 25 May 1539], [defect.]: B.Bk.L ff.91r-179v, 1vr.
with, f.95v Distribution of sealing [fees ?], 1538;
f.88v Reckoning with the Terrar for 1538;
f.90r Payments for the prior, 1538 and 1539;
ff.87v-88r Miscellaneous expenditures, 1539


Purchases, [1539 - 1540], [frag.]: Misc.Ch.7283 ff.20r-23v. Some entries as B.Bk.M ff.173v-176v.

Expenses and Purchases, [25 May] 1539 [- January/May 1540]: B.Bk.M ff.93r-180v, 92v. Some entries ff.173v-176v repeated Misc.Ch.7283 ff.20r-23v.
with f.91v Settlement of debts, 1539;
f.92r Reckoning for loans in 1539;
f.184v, Expenses on dogdraves, 1539;
f.1rv Memoranda on fish, salt, etc., [1539 -1540];
f.2rv Notes of payments for Simonside, etc., 1540

Cellarer
Reference: DCD-Celr. acs
Dates of creation: 1300-1535
Extent: 442 items Part of a cellarer's account of c.1350 has been reused in: DCD Loc.XVIII:14.
Part of a possible cellarer's account of c.1400 has been reused in: DCD 2.2.Arch.Northumb.6.

DCD-Celr. acs c.1300   [c.1300]
...
...
This Account covers 7 months 2 weeks. It mentions Roger the Cellarer and the "future cellarer", and Cellarer's Status, c.1300, to which this Account was once sewn, shows that these are references to the same person. This Account could therefore be that of William, who was succeeded by Roger in 1298-9 (Bursar's Account), but the reference to Henry de Luceby's cook suggests that this Account belongs to the period of his intrusion as Prior, 1300-1302. Robert was Cellarer at this time and was replaced by Roger in 1302-3 (Bursar's Account).
Extracted: cf. 99. 9/16 "(2)".
DCD-Celr. acs Status c. 1300   [c. 1300]
...
...
The two totals correspond to those for exonerations inside and outside the kitchen on the fragmentary Account c.1300, to which this was once sewn.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 9/13-16 third of "(1)".
DCD-Celr. acs 1305-6   1305-6 ?
... [? 9 January 1305 - 7 January 1306 ?]
...
Against certain weeks are captions: "Whit week", "Week of Cuthbert in September", and "Christmas"; these are not mutually consistent, the period between the last two being slightly too long, but, if Easter fell on April 18, the only discrepancy would be that Christmas would come on the Saturday in the week following that to which it is assigned. Easter fell on that day in 1305 and the script and general appearance of this Account accord with this date; no other date for Easter fits the chronology so well or provides a better date for the Account. The caption against a week in mid-October reports the arrival of the Bishop of St Andrews; in 1305 he was at Westminster in September and Melrose in November, and so quite probably at Durham in October (M. Ash: “The Administration of the Diocese of St Andrews”, PhD Newcastle 1972, p.332). Against purchases of fish are notes for the time of T. and R., Bursars; Thomas of Haswell was Bursar in 1302-3 and Roger of School Aycliffe in 1306-7. The Account covered 52 weeks and the opening and closing dates are calculated backwards and forwards from Whitsun and Cuthbert in September.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 13 "c.1320".
DCD-Celr. acs 1307-8   1307-8
Two copies:
(A) James [? 15 July] '307 - Sunday before Ambrose [? 31 March] '308
John Seaton
Summary Account
(B) ... [? 15 July 1307 - ? 31 March 1308]
... [John Seaton]
Detailed Expenses
As expenditure on the Account covers 37 weeks, the terminal dates as given in (A) are clearly wrong. The suggested dates arise from the conclusions set out for 1307-8 (B).
The entries match those on 1307-8 (A), but the formal terminal dates of that Account are not possible. This Account covers 37 weeks, each beginning on Saturday; Sunday, Vigil of Christmas falls in Week 24, giving an opening date of 15 July and a closing date of 29 March, although 27 or 28 March are possible, as the last week may have been incomplete since dated entries cease on Wednesday and a Friday entry is erased.
Printed: (A) 99. 1-3; (B) 99. 3-5.
DCD-Celr. acs Status 1308   Status 1308
---
John Seaton
This Status was once sewn to the Account 1307-8 (A), which mentions it when deducting the value of stock from the total kitchen expenses; the total value of the items is correct as given there, although the sum diverges by 6d.
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 5-6.
DCD-Celr. acs 1309-10   1309-10
Two copies:
(A) Saturday, Morrow of Translation of Benedict [12 July] 1309 - same day [11 July] 1310
John of Whitby
Summary Account
(B) Saturday, Morrow of Translation of Benedict [12 July] - same next year [11 July 1310]
J[ohn] of Whitby
Detailed expenses
(A)'s ambiguous form of words is taken to refer to the Translation itself, in the light of the details on 1309-10 (B). The expression for the closing date is not clear, but the last week of the Account opens on 4 July and so runs up to Saturday 11 July, rather than Sunday 12 July.
Extracted: (A) 99. 6; (B) 99. 6-8.

[c. 1310] [Expenses summarized]: 1.13.Spec.36 dorse.
DCD-Celr. acs 1311-2   1311-2
Two copies:
(A) Saturday before Michael [25 September] 1311 - same feast [23 September] 1312
Robert of Birtley
Summary Account
(B) Saturday before Michael [25 September] '11 - same feast next year [23 September 1312]
Robert of Birtley
Detailed expenses
Since the next Account opens on 23 September, "same feast" is taken to mean "same day".
Extracted: (A) 99. 9; (B) 99. 9 "[3]".
DCD-Celr. acs Debts, 1311-2    [1311-2]
--
The total matches that given among Receipts on the Account 1311-2 (A).
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 9/13-14 first of "[1]".
DCD-Celr. acs Status 1312    [1312]
--
The total matches that given on the Account 1311-2 (A).
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 9/13-15 second of "[1]".
DCD-Celr. acs 1312-3   1312-3
Expenses detailed
Saturday before Michael [23 September] '12 - same feast [22 September] '13
H -- [Henry Wild]
As the next Account opens on 21 September, it seems that "same feast" should be taken as if it were "same day". Accountant fully named on Bursar's Account 1313-4 (A) under "Tallies before Martin 1313", and also on Bursar & Cellarer's Debts 1330.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 10.
DCD-Celr. acs 1313-4   1313-4
Expenses detailed with 2 attachments:
Matthew [21 September] 1313 - same day next year [21 September 1314]
William of Hexham
Attached:
Matthew [21 September] 1313 - same date [21 September] 1314
William of Hexham
Summary Account
& Status, 1314
--
--
The total matches the sum given on the Summary Account as the value of items passed on to the next Cellarer.
On display in the Cathedral Treasures Exhibition [from 7 February 1972] to 24 October 2011.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 10 "F. Sci. Mathei.", "1314-15 ... long roll", and 37 "c. 1340."; Summary 99. 10 "1314-15"; Status mentioned 99. 10 "indented slip".

[c. 1315] [Expenses detailed, last m.]: 3.5.Spec.6 dorse.
DCD-Celr. acs 1316-7   1316-7
Expenses detailed
1316 [c.20 November 1316 - ? 18 November 1317]
John Lutterell
? One of missing membranes: cf. 3.5.Spec.6 dorse
It is clear from the pattern of feasts noted in the margin that this Account is for 1316-7, not 1315-6. The opening date is calculated back from the week captioned "Christmas week". The Account is incomplete, breaking off after 40 weeks; it is assumed that it originally covered a full year and closed on the day on which the 1317-8 Account opens.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 11.
DCD-Celr. acs 1317-8   1317-8
Expenses detailed with 2 attachments:
Summary '318 [18 November 1317 - 17 November 1318]
J [John] Lutterell
Attached:
Friday before Edmund r & m [18 November] '317 - same day [17 November] '318
J [John] Lutterell
Summary Account
& Status, 1318
'318
J [John] Lutterell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 12; Summary 99. 11; Status printed 99. 11-12.

[1318 - 1319 ?] Expenses detailed, months 8-13: 3.5.Spec.5 dorse.
DCD-Celr. acs 1319-20   1319-20
Expenses detailed with 2 attachments:
Friday before Edmund m [16 November] '19 - Friday, Benedict [11 July] '20
J [John] Lutterell
Attached:
Friday before Edmund r & m [16 November] '19 - Friday, Benedict [11 July] '320
John Lutterell
Summary Account
& Status, 1320
'20
J [John] Lutterell
As the Account covers 34 weeks, the closing feast is clearly the Translation of Benedict.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 12; Summary 99. 12; Status mentioned 99. 12.
DCD-Celr. acs 1321-2   1321-2
... [11 or 4 July 1321] - Saturday ... Scholastica said year [13 or 6 February 1322]
John of Barmby
The year is established from the endorsement and the Status, which the correspondence of holes at the foot shows to have been attached to this Account. The closing date could be either 6 or 13 February, making the opening date 4 or 11 July, since the Account covers 31 weeks. As the Account 1319-20 closed on 11 July, and the purchase of marts on this Account is defined as being between 11 July and 1 November, it seems very likely that this Account opened on 11 July and therefore closed on 13 February.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 13 "1321".
DCD-Celr. acs Status [1322]   Status [1322]
1321
J [John] of Barmby
This Status was once attached to the Account 1321-2, and is to be dated at the close of that Account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 13 "1321".
DCD-Celr. acs 1324   1324
Expenses detailed with 2 attachments:
Friday after Valentine 1323 [16 February 1324] - Saturday after Benedict [14 July] 1324
J [John] Lutterell & N [Nicholas] of Allerton
Attached:
Friday after Valentine 1323 [16 February 1324] - Saturday after Benedict [14 July] 1324
J [John Lutterell] & N [Nicholas of Allerton]
Summary Account
& Status, 1324
1324
J [John] Lutterell & N [Nicholas] of Allerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 13-14; Summary 99. 13; Status mentioned 99. 13.
DCD-Celr. acs 1324-5   1324-5
Two copies:
(A) Saturday after Translation of Benedict [14 July] 1324 - same day next year [13 July] 1325
Michael of Gunnerton
Summary Account
(B) Saturday after Translation of Benedict [14 July] 1324 - same day next year [13 July 1325]
Michael of Gunnerton
Detailed Expenses
Extracted: (A) 99. 14; (B) 99. 14-15.
DCD-Celr. acs Status 1325   Status 1325
1325
Michael [of Gunnerton]
Extracted:

c. 1325 - 1330] [Expenses detailed]: 4.12.Spec.23 dorse.
DCD-Celr. acs 1326   1326
Two copies:
(A) Saturday after Translation of Benedict [12 July] 1326 - Saturday before Michael same year [27 September 1326]
R[obert] of Birtley
Summary Account
(B) Saturday after Translation of Benedict [12 July] 1326 - Saturday before Michael same year [27 September 1326]
R[obert] of Birtley
Detailed Expenses
Accountant named in full on Status, 1326
Mentioned: (A) 99. 15; (B) extracted 99. 15.
DCD-Celr. acs Status 1326   Status 1326
Saturday before Michael [27 September] 1326
Robert of Birtley
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 15.
DCD-Celr. acs 1326-7   1326-7
Two copies:
(A) Saturday before Michael [27 September] 1326 - same day next year [26 September] 1327
Nicholas of Allerton
Summary Account
(B) Saturday before Michael [27 September] 1326 - same day next year [26 September 1327]
Nicholas of Allerton
Detailed Expenses
Extracted: (A) 99. 15; (B) 99. 15-16.
DCD-Celr. acs 1327-8   1327-8
Saturday before Michael ... [26 September 1327] - same day [24 September] '28
... [Michael of Chilton]
Summary Account
The opening year is clear from the fact that the Account covers 52 weeks. Accountant named in later medieval endorsement and confirmed from Bursar's Account 1329-30 (B), showing him to have been Cellarer before 8.ix.1330, and from Bursar & Cellarer's Debts 1330, giving Michael as Cellarer in 1328.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 16.
DCD-Celr. acs 1328-9   1328-9
Two copies:
(A) Friday after ..drew ap [2 December] 1328 - -- [23 September 1329]
Simon of Rothbury
Summary Account
(B) ... [2 December 1328 - 23 September 1329]
... [Simon of Rothbury]
Detailed Expenses
The blank closing date is readily deduced from the fact that the Account covers 40 weeks.
Extracted: (A) 99. 16; (B) 99. 35-6.
DCD-Celr. acs 1329-30   1329-30
Expenses detailed
Saturday before Michael [23 September] 1329 - same day next year [22 September 1330]
Robert of Middleham
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 16-17.

Debts of Bursar and Cellarer, 1330: Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1330 [Kept with Bursars Accounts]
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 520.

Debts of Bursar and Cellarer, 1331: Martin [11 November] 1331 [Kept with Bursars Accounts]
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 520.

Debts of Bursar and Cellarer, 1333: Martin [11 November] 1333 [Kept with Bursars Accounts]
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 521.
DCD-Celr. acs 1333-4   1333-4
Sunday before Martin [7 November] 1333 - same day [6 November] '34
William of Hexham
Full Account
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 17-31.
DCD-Celr. acs Status 1334   Status 1334
'34
William of Hexham
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 32.
DCD-Celr. acs Debts, 1334   Debts, 1334
1334
Wililam of Hexham
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 32.

[c. 1335]: Misc.Ch.6515b.
DCD-Celr. acs 1337-8   1337-8
Full Account: Two copies
(A) Saturday after John before Latin Gate [10 May] 1337 - same day next year [9 May 1338]
William of Hexham
Duplicate
(B) ... [10 May 1337 - 9 May 1338]
... [William of Hexham]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 32-5; (B) 99. 17.
DCD-Celr. acs 1338   1338
Saturday after John before Latin Gate [9 May] 1338, for 16 weeks [- 29 August 1338]
William of Hexham
Full Account
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 35.
DCD-Celr. acs 1339   1339
'339, Friday ... John before Latin Gate [7 May] - Saturday after Peter & ... said year [3 July 1339]
William of Hexham
Full Account
The opening date is clear since the Account covers 8 weeks.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 35.
DCD-Celr. acs 1340-1, Month 1   1340-1, Month 1
Michael [29 September] 1340 - --- [28 October 1340] : First Month
R [Robert] of Kelloe
The monthly accounts run for 4 weeks, from Saturday to Saturday; as this Account opened on a Friday, there is an extra day. Fully named on Bursar's Account 1340-1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 36-7.
DCD-Celr. acs 1340-1, Month 2   1340-1, Month 2
Second month [28 October - 25 November] '40
R [Robert] of Kelloe
The dates are deduced from month 1. Fully named on Bursar's Account 1340-1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 37.
DCD-Celr. acs 1340-1, Month 3   1340-1, Month 3
Third month [25 November - 23 December] '40
R [Robert] of Kelloe
The dates are deduced from month 1. Fully named on Bursar's Account 1340-1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 37.
DCD-Celr. acs 1340-1, Month 5   1340-1, Month 5
Fifth month '40 [20 January - 17 February 1341]
R [Robert of Kelloe]
The dates are deduced from month 1. Fully named on Bursar's Account 1340-1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 37.
DCD-Celr. acs 1340-1, Month 6   1340-1, Month 6
Sixth month '40 [17 February - 17 March 1341]
R [Robert of Kelloe]
The dates are deduced from month 1. Fully named on Bursar's Account 1340-1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 37.
DCD-Celr. acs 1342-3, Month 1   1342-3, Month 1
From Saturday before Christmas [21 December] '42 [- 18 January 1343]: first month
Robert of Kelloe
The closing date is established from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 38.
DCD-Celr. acs 1342-3, Month [2]   1342-3, Month [2]
... '42 [18 January - 15 February 1343]
Robert of Kelloe
The marginal captions to each week state that this is the second month. The dates are deduced from month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 38.
DCD-Celr. acs 1342-3, Month 3   1342-3, Month 3
Third month '42 [15 February - 15 March 1343]
Robert of Kelloe
The dates are deduced from month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 38.
DCD-Celr. acs 1342-3, Month 4   1342-3, Month 4
Fourth month 1342-3 [15 March - 12 April 1343]
R [Robert] of Kelloe
The dates are deduced from month 1. Name supplied from the other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 39.
DCD-Celr. acs 1342-3, Month 5   1342-3, Month 5
Fifth month [12 April - 10 May] 1343
Robert of Kelloe
The dates are deduced from month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 39.
DCD-Celr. acs 1342-3, Month 6   1342-3, Month 6
Sixth month [10 May - 7 June] 1343
Robert of Kelloe
The dates are deduced from month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 40.
DCD-Celr. acs Final Account, 1343   Final Account, 1343
Two ... [7 - 21 June] 1343
...e [Robert of Kelloe]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 7 June 1343. The closing date is clear from the fact that the Account covers 2 weeks. It also includes some expenses from the previous 6 months, as well as the Balance for the whole period. Accountant fully named on previous month's Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 39 "Fragment" and "Comp. R.".
DCD-Celr. acs 1343-4, Month [5]   1343-4, Month [5]
... month '43 [7 February - 6 March 1344]
Thomas of Stockton
The marginal captions to each week state that this is the fifth month. The terminal dates of the month are established from the feasts given in the captions to a number of weeks on the Accounts for this year, eg. Month 8 week 2: Ascension, week 4: Whitsun. Each month covers a period of four weeks, running from Saturday to Saturday.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 39.
DCD-Celr. acs 1343-4, Month 6   1343-4, Month 6
Sixth month '43 [6 March - 3 April 1344]
Thomas of Stockton
The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 39.
DCD-Celr. acs 1343-4, Month 7   1343-4, Month 7
Seventh month [3 April - 1 May] '44
Thomas of Stockton
The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 40.
DCD-Celr. acs 1343-4, Month 8   1343-4, Month 8
Two copies
Eighth month [1 - 29 May] '44 [A&B]
Thomas of Stockton
The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 40.
DCD-Celr. acs 1343-4, Month [9]   1343-4, Month [9]
... [29 May - 26 June 1344]
Tho... Stock... [Thomas of Stockton]
The marginal captions to each week state that this is the ninth month; the year is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account if taken up on the Account opening on 26 June 1344. The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 40.
DCD-Celr. acs 1343-4, Month [10]   1343-4, Month [10]
... month [26 June - 24 July] '44
Thomas of Stockton
The marginal captions to each week state that this is the tenth month. The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 40.
DCD-Celr. acs 1343-4, Month 11   1343-4, Month 11
Eleventh month [24 July - 21 August] '44
Thomas of Stockton
The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 40.
DCD-Celr. acs 1343-4, Month 12   1343-4, Month 12
Twelfth month ... [21 August - 18 September 1344?]
Thomas of Stockto.
The pattern of decay on this Account suggests that it should be assigned to 1343-4, for this corresponds with the pattern found on the other Accounts for this year, showing that they were rolled together. The matter is not certain and doubt is raised by the difficulty of calculating Arrears taken up on this Account which would match the Balance of Account 1343-4, month 11. This Account is not a duplicate of Account 1344-5, month 12, but it could be the Account for 1345-6, month 12, as Stockton was still Cellarer. The dates are deduced as for month 5, assuming the Account to be 1343-4.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 40.
DCD-Celr. acs 1343-4, Month [13]   1343-4, Month [13]
... [18 September - 16 October 1344 ?]
... [Thomas of Stockton ?]
The pattern of decay on this Account suggests that it should be assigned to 1343-4, for this corresponds with the pattern found on the other Accounts for this year, showing that they were rolled together. The matter is not certain. The marginal captions to each week state that this is the thirteenth month, and the dates are deduced as for month 5, assuming the Account to be 1343-4. The accountant's name is supplied from the other Accounts for 1343-4.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 40.
DCD-Celr. acs 1344-5, Month [5]   1344-5, Month [5]
... [5 February - 5 March 1345]
... [Thomas of Stockton]
The marginal captions to each week state that this is the fifth month. The year is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is clearly taken up on the Account opened on 5 March 1345. The terminal dates of the month are established from the feast given in the captions to a number of weeks on the Accounts for this year, eg. Month 8 week 1: Rogation, week 3: Pentecost. Each month covers a period of four weeks, running from Saturday to Saturday. Name supplied from other Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 38 "3".
DCD-Celr. acs 1344-5, Month [6]   1344-5, Month [6]
... month 134. [5 March - 2 April 1345]
Thomas of Stockton
The marginal captions to each week state that this is the sixth month. The year of this Account, which the two holes at the foot, the pattern of damage and the stains show to have been attached to the Accounts for Months 5 and 7, is established from the captions giving Cuthbert in week 3 and Easter in week 4; of the years in which Thomas of Stockton was cellarer at Easter, 1344-1346, this is compatible only with 1345. The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 37 "1".
DCD-Celr. acs 1344-5, Month [7]   1344-5, Month [7]
... [2-30 April 1345]
... [Thomas of Stockton]
The marginal captions to each week state that this is the seventh month. The year is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 30 April 1345. The dates are deduced as for month 5. Name supplied from other Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 38 "4".
DCD-Celr. acs 1344-5, Month 8   1344-5, Month 8
Eighth month [30 April - 28 May] '345
Thomas of Stockton
The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 40-1.
DCD-Celr. acs 1344-5, Month [9]   1344-5, Month [9]
... [28 May - 25 June 1345]
... [Thomas of Stockton]
The marginal captions to each week state that this is the ninth month. The year is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opening on 25 June 1345. The dates are deduced as for month 5. Name supplied from other Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 41.
DCD-Celr. acs 1344-5, Month 10   1344-5, Month 10
Tenth ... [25 June - 23 July] '45
Thomas of Stockton
The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 41.
DCD-Celr. acs 1344-5, Month 11   1344-5, Month 11
Eleventh month [23 July - 20 August] '45
Thomas of Stockton
The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 41.
DCD-Celr. acs 1344-5, Month 12   1344-5, Month 12
Twelfth month [20 August - 17 September] '45
Thomas of Stockton
The dates are deduced as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 41.
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month 2   1346-7, Month 2
Second month [11 November - 9 December] '46
E [Edmund] of Carlisle
The terminal dates of the month are established from the feasts given in the captions to a number of weeks on the Accounts for this year, eg. Month 3 week 3: Christmas. Each month covers a period of four weeks, running from Saturday to Saturday.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 41.
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month [3]   1346-7, Month [3]
... '46 [9 December 1346 - 6 January 1347]
E [Edmund] of Carlisle
The caption for Christmas against the third week confirms that the marginal captions to the weeks are correct in giving this as the third month, with the final total wrongly referring to the fourth month. The dates are deduced as for month 2.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 41 "1346".
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month 4   1346-7, Month 4
Fourth month 1346 [6 January - 3 February 1347]
Edmund of Carlisle
The dates are deduced as for month 2.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 41 "1346".
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month 5   1346-7, Month 5
Fifth month '46 [3 February - 3 March 1347]
Edmund of Carlisle
The dates are deduced as for month 2.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 41 "1346".
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month 6   1346-7, Month 6
Sixth month [3 - 31 March] '47
Edmund of Carlisle
Two different Accounts have this heading. This one is clearly one of the Accounts for 1346-7: it takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 3 March 1347 and its own Balance is taken up on the Account opened on 31 March 1347. The dates are deduced as for month 2.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 42 "[a]".
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month 7   1346-7, Month 7
Seventh month [31 March - 28 April] '47
Edmund of Carlisle
Two different Accounts have this heading. This is clearly one of the Accounts for 1346-7: the Balance is taken up on the Account opened on 28 April 1347. The dates are deduced as for month 2.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 42 "[b] In".
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month 8   1346-7, Month 8
Eighth month [28 April - 26 May] '47
E [Edmund] of Carlisle
The dates are deduced as for month 2.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 42.
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month [9]   1346-7, Month [9]
... '4. [26 May - 23 June 1347]
E [Edmund] of Carlisle
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 26 May 1347, and the closing date from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 23 June 1347.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 38 "2".
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month 10   1346-7, Month 10
Tenth month [23 June - 21 July] '47
E [Edmund] of Carlisle
The dates are deduced as for month 2.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 42.
DCD-Celr. acs 1346-7, Month 11   1346-7, Month 11
Eleventh month [21 July - 18 August] '47
E [Edmund] of Carlisle
The dates are deduced as for month 2.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 42.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 1   1347-8, Month 1
Two copies
(A) First month [13 October - 10 November] 134
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [13 October - 10 November 1347]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
The terminal dates of the month are established from the feast given in the captions to a number of weeks on the Accounts for this year, eg. Month 3 week 3: Christmas. Each month covers a period of four weeks, running from Saturday to Saturday.
Extracted: (A) 99. 41; (B) 99. 43-4.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 2   1347-8, Month 2
Second month [10 November - 8 December] 1347
Edmund of Carlisle
The dates are deduced as for month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 41.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 3   1347-8, Month 3
Two copies
(A) Third month '47 [8 December 1347 - 5 January 1348]
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [8 December 1347 - 5 January 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
The dates are deduced as for month 1.
Extracted: (A) 99. 41; (B) 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 4   1347-8, Month 4
Two copies
(A) Fourth ... 1347 [5 January - 2 February 1348]
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [5 January - 2 February 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
The dates are deduced as for month 1.
Extracted: (A) 99. 41-2; (B) 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month [5]   1347-8, Month [5]
Two copies
(A) ... month 13.. [2 February - 1 March 1348]
Edmund of ... [Carlisle]
Duplicate
(B) ... [2 February - 1 March 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 2 February 1348, and the closing date from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 1 March 1348. Name supplied from other Accounts for this year.
Extracted: (A) 99. 42; (B) 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 6   1347-8, Month 6
Two copies
(A) Sixth month 1347 [1 - 29 March 1348]
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [1 - 29 March 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
Two different Accounts have this heading. This one is clearly one of the Accounts for 1347-8: it takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 1 March 1348 and its own Balance is taken up on the Account opened on 29 March 1348. The dates are deduced as for month 1.
Extracted: (A) 99. 42 "[b] Extra"; (B) 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 7   1347-8, Month 7
Two copies
(A) Seventh month '47 [29 March - 26 April 1348]
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [29 March - 26 April 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
Two different Accounts have this heading. This is clearly one of the Accounts for 1347-8: it takes up the Balance of Account closed on 29 March 1348 and its own Balance is taken up on the Account opened on 26 April 1348. The dates are deduced as for month 1.
Extracted: (A) 99. 42 "[a]"; (B) 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 8   1347-8, Month 8
Two copies
(A) Eighth month [26 April - 24 May] '48
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [26 April - 24 May 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
The dates are deduced as for month 1.
Extracted: (A) 99. 43; (B) mentioned 99. 44 "Month 13".
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 9   1347-8, Month 9
Two copies
(A) Ninth month [24 May - 21 June] '48
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [24 May - 21 June 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
The dates are deduced as for month 1.
Extracted: (A) 99. 43; (B) 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 10   1347-8, Month 10
Two copies
(A) Tenth month [21 June - 19 July] 1348
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [21 June - 19 July 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
The dates are deduced as for month 1, although this means that each of the three captions for feast-days is a week late. It is clear that the captions are in error from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 21 June 1348 where the dating and the captions are compatible.
Extracted: (A) 99. 43; (B) 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 11   1347-8, Month 11
Two copies
(A) Eleventh month [19 July - 16 August] 1348
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [19 July - 16 August 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
The dates are deduced as for month 1, although the caption "Assumption" against the first week on the next Account does suggest that it runs from 15 rather than 16 August. Such evidence as there is indicates that the monthly account was opened on Saturday, eg. 1348-9, month 1, and this Account and the next are assumed to conform to this, the caption being an error comparable to those on 1347-8, month 10.
Extracted: (A) 99. 43; (B) 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month 12   1347-8, Month 12
Two copies
(A) Twelfth month [16 August - 13 September] 1348
Edmund of Carlisle
Duplicate
(B) ... [16 August - 13 September 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
Duplicate
The dates are deduced as for month 1, although the caption "Assumption" against the first week does suggest that this Account runs from 15 rather than 16 August. Such evidence as there is indicates that the monthly account was opened on Saturday, eg. 1348-9 month 1, and this, and the preceding Accounts are assumed to conform to this, the caption being an error comparable to those on 1347-8, month 10.
Extracted: (A) 99. 43; (B) mentioned 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs 1347-8, Month [13]   1347-8, Month [13]
... [13 September - 11 October 1348]
... [Edmund of Carlisle]
The marginal captions to the weeks state that this is the thirteenth month; the entries of totals for the year give the year as '48, and this is confirmed by the fact that the year's total for outside expenses matches the sum of the monthly totals given on the separate Accounts. Name supplied from the other monthly Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 43.
DCD-Celr. acs 1348-9, Month 1   1348-9, Month 1
From Saturday before Luke [11 October] 1348 [- 8 November 1348]: first month
John of Tickhill
The closing date is established from the fact that this Account covers the normal four-week period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 42-3.
DCD-Celr. acs 1348-9, Month 2   1348-9, Month 2
Second month [8 November - 6 December] 1348
John of Tickhill
The dates are deduced from month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 43.
DCD-Celr. acs 1348-9, Month 3   1348-9, Month 3
Third month [6 December 1348 - 3 January 1349] 1348
John of Tickhill
The dates are deduced as from month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 43.
DCD-Celr. acs 1348-9, Month 4   1348-9, Month 4
Fourth month 1348 [3 - 31 January 1349]
John of Tickhill
The dates are deduced as from month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 43.
DCD-Celr. acs 1348-9, Month 5   1348-9, Month 5
Fifth month 1348 [31 January - 28 February 1349]
John of Tickhill
The dates are deduced as from month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 43.

[c. 1350] [monthly account, frag.]: Loc.XVIII:14

Bursar's Indented receipts and payments, 1351-1352: [5] Cash payments to Cellarer, 28 March - 28 October 1352
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100.553.

Bursar's Indented receipts and payments, 1352-1353: [1, 2] Cash paid to Cellarer, 22 April 1353, and 29 September 1353; [4] Cash payments to Cellarer, after 11 November 1352 - 19 February 1353
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100.553.

Bursar's Indented receipts and payments, 1354-1355: [3, 6] Cash paid to Cellarer, after 11 November 1354; [7] Memorandum of debts paid against Cellarer's account
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 555.

Indented receipts and payments, 1356-1357: [5] Cash paid to Cellarer
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 557.

[c. 1360] [monthly account, frag.]: 5.3.Elemos.12b.
DCD-Celr. acs 1365   1365
Saturday before Hilary '64 [11 January 1365] - Saturday before Scholastica following [8 February 1365]
William of Lumley
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 44.
DCD-Celr. acs [c. 1365]   [c. 1365]
... [autumn month]
...
The hands of this Account and its totals are the same as those of Account 1364-5, month --; stipends are given for three men who appear on Account 1366-7, month 2, and for two who appear on Account 1366-7, month 6. The entries for stipends indicate that this Account ran about Martinmas.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 38 "5".
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 2]   1366-7, [Month 2]
... [4 July - 1 August 1366]
... [Thomas of Hardwick]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 4 July 1366. The opening date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 45/2 one of "other two".
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 3]   1366-7, [Month 3]
Saturday, Peter's Chains [1 August] '66 - Saturday, Beheading of John following [29 August 1366]
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 4]   1366-7, [Month 4]
Saturday, Beheading of ... [29 August] '66 - Saturday ... Michael following [26 September 1366]
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 5]   1366-7, [Month 5]
Saturday before Michael [26 September] '66 - Saturday after Luke following [24 October 1366]
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 6]   1366-7, [Month 6]
Saturday after Luke [24 October] '66 - Saturday after Edmund r following [21 November 1366]
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 7]   1366-7, [Month 7]
Saturday after Edmund r & m [21 November] 1366 - day before Thomas ap following [19 December 1366]
Thomas of Hardwick
As headed the Account would close on Sunday 20 December; the heading of the next Account shows that "Sabbati" has simply been omitted.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 8]   1366-7, [Month 8]
Saturday before Thomas ap [19 December] '66 - Saturday after Octave of Epiphany following [16 January 1367]
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 9]   1366-7, [Month 9]
Saturday after Octave of Epiphany '66 [16 January 1367] - Saturday after Scholastica following [13 February 1367]
Thomas of Hardwick
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 10]   1366-7, [Month 10]
Saturday after Scholastica '66 [13 February 1367] - Saturday after Gregory following [13 March 1367]
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 11]   1366-7, [Month 11]
Saturday -- Gregory '66 [13 March 1367] - Saturday after Ambrose following [10 April 1367]
Thomas of Hardwick
Lacuna supplied from previous Account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 12]   1366-7, [Month 12]
Saturday after Ambrose 1366 [10 April 1367] - Saturday after John before Latin Gate following [8 May 1367]
Thomas of Hardwick
The year is quite clear from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 10 April 1367.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 45.
DCD-Celr. acs 1366-7, [Month 13]   1366-7, [Month 13]
... [8 May - 5 June 1367]
... [Thomas of Hardwick]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, correspond, save for a farthing altered on the roll, to the Balance of the Account closed on 8 May 1367. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 45/2 one of "other two".
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 1]   1375-6, [Month 1]
Saturday after ... Gildard [9 June] '75 - Saturday after Translation of ... following [7 July 1375]
John of Lumley
Lacuna supplied from next Account, which takes up the Balance of this Account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 2]   1375-6, [Month 2]
Saturday after Translation of Martin '7. [7 July 1375] - Saturday after Peter's Chains following [4 August 1375]
John of Lumley
The year is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 7 July 1375.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 3]   1375-6, [Month 3]
... [4 August - 1 September 1375]
... [John of Lumley]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 4 August 1375. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from the first two Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 4]   1375-6, [Month 4]
... [1 - 29 September 1375]
... [John of Lumley]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 1 September 1375. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from the first two Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 90.46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 5]   1375-6, [Month 5]
... [29 September - 27 October 1375]
... [John of Lumley]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 29 September 1375. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from the first two Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 6]   1375-6, [Month 6]
... [27 October - 24 November 1375]
... [John of Lumley]
The opening date seems to be established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, are exactly £130 more than the Balance of the Account closed on 27 October 1375, the £130 presumably arising from liveries by the Bursar etc. in lump sums. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from the first two Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 7]   1375-6, [Month 7]
... [24 November - 22 December 1375]
... [John of Lumley]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 24 November 1375. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from the first two Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 8]   1375-6, [Month 8]
... [22 December 1375 - 19 January 1376]
... [John of Lumley]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 22 December 1375. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from the first two Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 9]   1375-6, [Month 9]
... [19 January - 16 February 1376]
... [John of Lumley]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 19 January 1376. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period, and is confirmed by its coincidence with the opening date of the next Account. Name supplied from the first two and the next Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 10]   1375-6, [Month 10]
... after Valentine ...5 [16 February 1375] - Saturday after ... following [15 March 1376]
John of Lumley
The opening day is assumed to be Saturday, as on other Accounts. The year is deduced from the fact that John of Lumley was not Cellarer at this point in any of the other possible decades. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period, confirmed by the survival of enough letters for it to be clear that the feast used was a Pope's, i.e. Gregory.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 11]   1375-6, [Month 11]
... [15 March - 12 April 1376]
... [John of Lumley]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 15 March 1376. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from the first two and the previous Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 12]   1375-6, [Month 12]
... [12 April - 10 May 1376]
... [John of Lumley]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 12 April 1376. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from the first two and the tenth Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1375-6, [Month 13]   1375-6, [Month 13]
... [10 May - 7 June 1376]
... [John of Lumley]
This Account follows the form of Account for Month 13 of the year. The hand is that of the other 1375-6 Accounts, and the pattern of decay follows theirs. As far as can be seen, the total of "inside" Expenses given here differs by about £1 from the total as taken from each month's Account; this probably arose from a mistake in addition. This Account is therefore taken to be that for the four weeks after 1375-6, month 12. Accountant's name supplied from the first two and the tenth Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1377-8, [Month 1]   1377-8, [Month 1]
Friday before William [5 June] - Friday ... Processus & Martinianus [3 July] 1377
Thomas Launcells
The Account is clearly for the normal four week period, not three weeks, and in fact the descender of the third letter of "post" is visible.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1377-8, [Month 5]   1377-8, [Month 5]
Friday before Cosmas & Damian [25 September] - Friday, Romanus archiep [23 October] 1377
Thomas Launcells
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1377-8, [Month 7]   1377-8, [Month 7]
Friday, Edmund r & m [20 November] - Friday after Lucy [18 December] 1377
Thomas Launcells
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 47.
DCD-Celr. acs 1377-8, [Month 10]   1377-8, [Month 10]
Friday after Scholastica [12 February] - Friday, Gregory, 1377 [12 March 1378]
Thomas Launcells
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 46.
DCD-Celr. acs 1377-8, [Month 11]   1377-8, [Month 11]
Friday, Gregory [12 March] - Friday after Ambrose [9 April] 1378
Thomas Launcells
As this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 12 March 1378, the year should clearly be taken with the closing date and not the opening date, which would have implied 1379; in any case Gregory's feast did not fall on Friday in 1379 and did in 1378.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 47.
DCD-Celr. acs 1377-8, [Month 12]   1377-8, [Month 12]
Friday after Ambrose [9 April] - John of Beverley 137. [7 May 1378]
Thomas La... [Launcells]
The Account is dated from the fact that it takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 9 April 1378.

Bursar's Account, 1379-1380, Schedule 3: Details of sums owed to Cellarer, 29 September 1379 Summary, [c. 1380]: 1.5.Pont.24 dorse.
DCD-Celr. acs 1387-8, [Month 6]   1387-8, [Month 6]
Friday after Agatha [7 February] - Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas 1387 [6 March 1388]
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 47.
DCD-Celr. acs 1387-8, [Month 7]   1387-8, [Month 7]
Friday before Perpetua & Felicitis [6 March] - Friday before Ambrose [3 April] 1387 & 8
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48 (attributed to William of Kelloe)
DCD-Celr. acs 1387-8, [Month 8]   1387-8, [Month 8]
Friday before Ambrose [3 April] - Friday, Philip & James [1 May] 1388
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48 (attributed to William of Kelloe)
DCD-Celr. acs 1387-8, [Month 9]   1387-8, [Month 9]
Friday, Philip & James [1 May] - Friday before Petronilla [29 May] 1388
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48 (attributed to William of Kelloe)
DCD-Celr. acs 1387-8, [Month 10]   1387-8, [Month 10]
Friday before Petronilla [29 May] - Friday, John & Paul [26 June] 1388
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: ex. 99. 48 (attributed to William of Kelloe)
DCD-Celr. acs 1387-8, [Month 11]   1387-8, [Month 11]
Friday, John & Paul [26 June] - Friday, Christina [24 July] 1388
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48 (attributed to William of Kelloe)
DCD-Celr. acs 1387-8, [Month 12]   1387-8, [Month 12]
... Christina [24 July] - ... [21 August] 1388
... [Robert of Crayke]
The opening date is confirmed by the fact that Receipts, completed by adding Expenses to the Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 24 July 1388. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from the other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48 (Month 12 or 13)
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 1]   1388-9, [Month 1]
Friday before Matthew [18 September] - Friday before Luke [16 October] 1388
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 47.
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 2]   1388-9, [Month 2]
Friday before Luke [16 October] - Friday, Brice [13 November] 1388
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 47-8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 3]   1388-9, [Month 3]
Friday, Brice [13 November] - Friday, Damasus [11 December] 1388
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48.
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 4]   1388-9, [Month 4]
Friday, Damasus [11 December 1388] - Friday after Epiphany 1388 [8 January 1389]
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48.
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 5]   1388-9, [Month 5]
Friday after Epiphany [8 January] - Friday, Agatha 1388 [5 February 1389]
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48.
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 6]   1388-9, [Month 6]
Friday, Agatha [5 February] - Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas 1388 [5 March 1389]
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48.
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 7]   1388-9, [Month 7]
Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas [5 March] - Friday before Ambrose [2 April] 1389
William of Kelloe
As this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 5 March 1389, the year should clearly be taken with the closing date and not the opening date, which would have implied 1390.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48 sub "1389".
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 8]   1388-9, [Month 8]
Friday before Ambrose [2 April] - Friday, Vigil of Philip & James [30 April] 1389
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48 sub "1389".
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 9]   1388-9, [Month 9]
Friday, Vigil of Philip & James [30 April] - Friday, Morrow of Bede [28 May] 1389
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49 sub "1389".
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 10]   1388-9, [Month 10]
Morrow of Bede [28 May] - Morrow of Nativity of John the Baptist [25 June] 1389
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49 sub "1389".
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 11]   1388-9, [Month 11]
Friday, Morrow of John the Baptist [25 June] - Friday, feast of Apollinaris [23 July] 1389
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49 sub "1389".
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 12]   1388-9, [Month 12]
Friday, Apollinaris [23 July] - Friday, Oswin [20 August] 1389
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49 sub "1389".
DCD-Celr. acs 1388-9, [Month 13]   1388-9, [Month 13]
Friday, Oswin [20 August] - Friday before Matthew [17 September] 1389
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49 sub "1389".
DCD-Celr. acs 1389-90, [Month 6]   1389-90, [Month 6]
Friday after Purification [4 February] - Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas 1389 [4 March 1390]
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 48 "Comp. ejusdem"
DCD-Celr. acs 1389-90, [Month 8]   1389-90, [Month 8]
Friday before Ambrose [1 April] - Friday after Vitalis [29 April] 1390
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49. sub "1390".
DCD-Celr. acs 1389-90, [Month 10]   1389-90, [Month 10]
Friday before Petronilla [27 May] - Friday, Nativity of John the Baptist [24 June] 1390
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49 sub "1390".
DCD-Celr. acs 1389-90, [Month 11]   1389-90, [Month 11]
Friday, Nativity of John the Baptist [24 June] - Friday, Mary Magdalen [22 July] 1390
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49 sub "1390".
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 1]   1390-1, [Month 1]
Friday before Matthew [16 September] - Friday, Calixtus [14 October] 1390
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49.
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 2]   1390-1, [Month 2]
Friday, Calixtus [14 October] - Friday, Martin [11 November] 1390
Robert of Crayke
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 49.
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 3]   1390-1, [Month 3]
Friday, Martin [11 November] - Friday after Conception of Virgin Mary [9 December] 1390
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49.
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 4]   1390-1, [Month 4]
Friday after Conception of Virgin Mary [9 December 1390] - Friday, Epiphany 1390 [6 January 1391]
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49.
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 5]   1390-1, [Month 5]
Friday, Epiphany [6 January] - Blaise 1390 [3 February 1391]
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49.
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 6]   1390-1, [Month 6]
Two copies
(A) Friday, Blaise [3 February] - Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas 1390 [3 March 1391]
Robert of Crayke
Duplicate
(B) ... [3 February - 3 March 1391]
... [Robert of Crayke]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49.
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 7]   1390-1, [Month 7]
Two copies
(A) Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas [3 March] - Friday before Ambrose 1390 [31 March 1391]
Robert of Crayke
Duplicate
(B) ... [3 - 31 March 1391]
... [Robert of Crayke]
Duplicate
As this Account's Balance is taken up on the Account opened on 31 March 1391, the year should clearly be taken with the opening date and not the closing date.
Extracted: (A) 99. 49; (B) 99. 56 "[a]".
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 8]   1390-1, [Month 8]
Two copies
(A) Friday before Ambrose [31 March] - Friday, Vitalis [28 April] 1391
Robert of Crayke
Duplicate
(B) ... [31 March - 28 April 1391]
... [Robert of Crayke]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 49; (B) mentioned 99. 51 one of "other two".
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 9]   1390-1, [Month 9]
Two copies
(A) Friday, Vitalis [28 April] - Friday, Augustine ep [26 May] 1391
Robert of Crayke
Duplicate
(B) ... [28 April - 26 May 1391]
... [Robert of Crayke]
Duplicate
Mentioned: (A) 99. 49; (B) 99. 51 one of "other two".
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 10]   1390-1, [Month 10]
Friday, Augustine ep [26 May] - Friday, Vigil of John the Baptist [23 June] 1391
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 49.
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 11]   1390-1, [Month 11]
Friday Vigil of John the Baptist [23 June] - Friday, Praxedis [21 July] 1391
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 12]   1390-1, [Month 12]
Friday, Praxedis [21 July] - Friday, Agapitus [18 August] 1391
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1390-1, [Month 13]   1390-1, [Month 13]
Friday, Agapitus [18 August] - Friday before Matthew [15 September] 1391
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1392-3, [Months 2 & 12]   1392-3, [Months 2 & 12]
Friday, Crispin & Crispinian [25 October] - Friday, Cecilia [22 November] 1392
Robert of Crayke
& Dorse:
Friday, Peter's Chains [1 August] - Friday, Beheading of the Baptist [29 August] 1393
Robert Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1392-3, [Months 3 & 11]   1392-3, [Months 3 & 11]
Friday, Cecilia [22 November] - Friday, Vigil of Thomas ap [20 December] 1392
Robert of Crayke
& Dorse:
Friday, Translation of Martin [4 July] - Friday, Peter's Chains [1 August] 1393
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1392-3, [Months 4 & 10]   1392-3, [Months 4 & 10]
Friday ... Thomas ap [20 December 1392] - Friday before Prisca 1392 [17 January 1393]
Robert of Crayke
& Dorse:
Friday before Barnabas [6 June] - Friday, Translation of Martin 1..3 [4 July 1393] Robert of ... [Crayke]
Lacunae supplied from Account opening on 4 July 1393 and taking up the Balance of this Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 50
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 1]   1395-6, [Month 1]
Friday before Michael [24 September] - Friday before Romanus [22 October] 1395
Richard of Stockton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 2]   1395-6, [Month 2]
Friday before Romanus [22 October] - Friday before Edmund r [19 November] 1395
Richard of Stockton
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 3]   1395-6, [Month 3]
Friday before Edmund r [19 November] - Friday before Thomas ap [17 December] 1395
Richard of Stockton
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 4]   1395-6, [Month 4]
Friday before Thomas ap [17 December 1395] - Friday, Felix 1395 [14 January 1396]
Richard of Stockton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 5]   1395-6, [Month 5]
Friday, Felix [14 January] - Friday before Valentine 1395 [11 February 1396]
Richard of Stockton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 6]   1395-6, [Month 6]
Friday before Valentine [11 February] - Friday before Gregory 1395 [10 March 1396]
Richard of Stockton
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 50.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 7]   1395-6, [Month 7]
Friday before Gregory [10 March] - Friday before Guthlac [7 April] 1396
Richard of Stockton
As the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 7 April 1396, the year should clearly be taken with the closing date and not the opening date, which would have implied 1397.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 51.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 8]   1395-6, [Month 8]
Friday before Guthlac [7 April] - Friday before John before Latin Gate [5 May] 1396
Richard of Stockton
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 51.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 9]   1395-6, [Month 9]
Friday before John before Latin Gate [5 May] - Friday, Marcellinus & Petrus [2 June] 1396
Richard of Stockton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 51.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 10]   1395-6, [Month 10]
Friday, Marcellinus & Petrus [2 June] - Friday after Peter & Paul [30 June] 1396
Richard of Stockton
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 51.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 11]   1395-6, [Month 11]
Friday after Peter & Paul [30 June] - Friday, Pentaleon [28 July] 1396
Richard of Stockton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 51.
DCD-Celr. acs 1395-6, [Month 12]   1395-6, [Month 12]
Friday, Pantaleon [28 July] - Friday, Ebba [25 August] 1396
Richard of Stockton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 51.
DCD-Celr. acs 1403-4, [Months 1 & 2]   1403-4, [Months 1 & 2]
Friday, Octave ... [17 August] - ... Exaltation of Cross [14 September] 1403
... [Robert of] Crayke
& Dorse:
Friday, Exaltation of Cross [14 September] - Friday, Wilfrid [12 October] 1403
Robert Crayke
As the Account covers the normal four week period the opening date is deduced from the closing date, which is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 14 September 1403. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 51.
DCD-Celr. acs 1403-4, [Months 3 & 4]   1403-4, [Months 3 & 4]
Friday, Wilfrid [12 October] - Friday before Martin [9 November] 1403
Robert of Crayke
& Dorse:
Friday before Martin [9 November] - Friday before Conception of Virgin Mary [7 December] 1403
Robert of Crayke
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 51.
DCD-Celr. acs 1403-4, [Months 5 & 6]   1403-4, [Months 5 & 6]
Friday before Conception of Virgin Mary [7 December 1403] - Friday, Octave of Innocents [4 January] 1404
Robert of Crayke
& Dorse:
Friday, Octave of Innocents [4 January] - Friday before Purification 1403 [1 February 1404]
Robert of Crayke
As this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 7 December 1403, it is clear that the year is, by medieval reckoning, wrong, and by modern reckoning, right.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 52
DCD-Celr. acs 1403-4, [Months 7 & 8]   1403-4, [Months 7 & 8]
Friday before Purification [1 February] - Friday, Kal. March 1403 [29 February 1404]
Robert of Crayke
& Dorse:
Friday, 2 Kal. March [29 February] - Friday after Annunciation [28 March] 1403 & 4
Robert of Crayke
The Kalends of March fell on Saturday in 1404; the following Account has the correct date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 51
DCD-Celr. acs 1403-4, [Months 9 & 10]   1403-4, [Months 9 & 10]
28 March - 25 April 1404
Friday after Annunciation [28 March] - Friday after George [25 April] 1404
Robert of Crayke
& Dorse:
Friday after George [25 April] - Friday before ... [23 May] 1404
Robert Crayke
The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 51 "Month [?]".
DCD-Celr. acs 1403-4, [Months 11 & 12]   1403-4, [Months 11 & 12]
Friday before ... [23 May] - Friday before Nativity of John the Baptist [20 June] 1404
Robert of Crayke
Status
& Dorse:
Friday before Nativity ... [20 June] - Friday before Margaret [18 July] 1404
Robert of Crayke
Lacuna supplied as on previous Account. As the Account covers the normal four week period, there can be no doubt which of the two Margarets with feasts in July is intended.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 52.
DCD-Celr. acs Final Account, 1407   Final Account, 1407
Friday, John before Latin Gate '07 - Friday before Vigil of Pentecost same year [29 April - 13 May or 6 - 20 May 1407]
John Harle
If the year is correct, the terminal dates are not compatible with the fact that the Account covers a period of two weeks and not one week as they suggest. It is assumed that one at least is correct.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 52.
DCD-Celr. acs 1408-9, [Month 4]   1408-9, [Month 4]
... [24 August - 21 September 1408]
... [John Fishburn]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 21 September 1408. The opening date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four-week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 52/29-32.
DCD-Celr. acs 1408-9, [Month 5]   1408-9, [Month 5]
Friday, Matthew [21 September] - Friday, Morrow of Luke [19 October] '08
John Fishburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 52.
DCD-Celr. acs 1408-9, [Month 6]   1408-9, [Month 6]
... [19 October - 16 November 1408]
... [John Fishburn]
This Account takes up the Balance of the Account headed as closing on 19 October, and the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account headed as opening on 9 November 1408. As this Account covers four weeks, not three, one of the terminal dates is wrong. The earlier Account, for month 5, has a caption for Michaelmas which agrees with the heading of that Account. The later Account, for month 7, has nothing of this kind, but on the Account which immediately follows it, for month 8, the week of greatly increased expenditure does not coincide with Christmas as it should; this discrepancy disappears if the Accounts for months 7 and 8 are taken to open a week later than their headings suggest. As this also solves the problem raised by this Account, the headings for months 7 and 8 have been set aside. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 52/32-37.
DCD-Celr. acs 1408-9, [Month 7]   1408-9, [Month 7]
Friday before Martin - Friday after ... [16 November - 14 December] '08
John Fishburn
The opening date as given in the heading would be 9 November, but this has been set aside for the reasons stated under month 6 in favour of 16 November. The closing date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 53.
DCD-Celr. acs 1408-9, [Month 8]   1408-9, [Month 8]
Friday after ... - Friday after Circumci... '08 [14 December 1408 - 11 January 1409]
John Fish... [Fishburn]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 14 December 1408. As the Account covers the normal four week period, this involves setting aside the closing date as given in the heading, which would be 4 January, in favour of 11 January; the reasons for this are stated under month 6.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 53.
DCD-Celr. acs 1409-10, [Month 5]   1409-10, [Month 5]
Friday before Augustine [24 May] - F... before Nativity of John the Baptist [21 June] '09
Hugh Warkworth
The endorsed month-numbers on the Accounts for 1408-9 and 1411-2 show that there were only 9 Accounts in the set for 1408-9 or 1409-10. As Fishburn was still in his ninth month when he was replaced by Warkworth at Purification 1409 [Bursar's Account 1408-9], the short set must belong to 1408-9. Warkworth's first month will have started at the beginning of February 1409, making this his fifth Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 53.
DCD-Celr. acs 1409-10, [Month 9]   1409-10, [Month 9]
... after Nativity ... [13 September - 11 October] '09
... [Hugh Warkworth]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Receipts on the Account opened on 11 October, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, match the Balance of this Account. The opening date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 52/32 "Moskylles".
DCD-Celr. acs 1409-10, [Month 10]   1409-10, [Month 10]
... [11 October - 8 November 1409]
... [Hugh Warkworth]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 8 November 1409. The opening date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 56 "[c]".
DCD-Celr. acs 1409-10, [Month 11]   1409-10, [Month 11]
Friday before Martin [8 November] - Friday, Nicholas [6 December] '09
Hugh Warkworth
The number of the month is established as for month 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 53.
DCD-Celr. acs 1410-11, [Month 2]   1410-11, [Month 2]
Friday after Matthew [28 February] - Friday after Annunciation [28 March] 1409 & 10
Henry Ferriby
"Mathei" is given in error for "Mathie"
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 53.
DCD-Celr. acs 1410-11, [Month 3]   1410-11, [Month 3]
Friday after Annunciation [28 March] - Friday after Wilfrid [25 April] 1410
Henry Ferriby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 53.
DCD-Celr. acs 1410-11, [Month 4]   1410-11, [Month 4]
Friday after Wilfrid [25 April] - Friday after Dunstan [23 May] 1410
Henry Ferriby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 53.
DCD-Celr. acs 1410-11, [Month 5]   1410-11, [Month 5]
Friday after Dunstan [23 May] - Friday before John the Baptist [20 June] 1410
Henry Ferriby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 53/28-29.
DCD-Celr. acs 1413-4, [Month 1]   1413-4, [Month 1]
Friday after Perpetua & Felicitas [10 March] - Friday after Ambrose [7 April] 1413
Thomas Moorby
As the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 7 April 1413, the year should clearly be taken with the closing date and not the opening date, which would have implied 1414.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1413-4, [Month 2]   1413-4, [Month 2]
Friday -- Ambrose [7 April] - Friday after Invention of Cross [5 May] 1413
Thomas Moorby
As the Account covers the normal four week period, the opening date is after rather than before Ambrose's feast.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1413-4, [Month 3]   1413-4, [Month 3]
Friday after Invention of Cross [5 May] - Marcellinus & Petrus [2 June] 1413
Thomas Moorby
Dorse:
Marcellinus & Petrus [2 June] - Primus & Felicianus [9 June] 1413
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1413-4, [Month 4]   1413-4, [Month 4]
Two copies (A) Primus & Felicianus [9 June] - Basil pr [7 July] 1413
Thomas Moorby
Duplicate
As the Account covers the normal four week period, it is clear that Basil has been written in mistake for Boisil
... [9 June - 7 July 1413]
... [Thomas Moorby]
Duplicate
Mentioned: (A) 99. 54; (B) 99. 51/6-7.
DCD-Celr. acs 1413-4, [Month 5]   1413-4, [Month 5]
... - ... Morrow ... Stephen 1... [7 July - 4 August 1413]
Thomas M...by [Moorby]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 7 July 1413. The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 4 August 1413, although it is clear from what is left of the heading of this Account that 3 August is taken as Stephen's Invention, while the next Account uses the alternative 4 August.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 51/5-6.
DCD-Celr. acs 1413-4, [Month 6]   1413-4, [Month 6]
Invention of Stephen [4 August] - Giles [1 September] 1413
Thomas Moorby
The previous Account takes the feast on 3 August; if this Account opens on Friday as usual, the alternative 4 August is being used.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 1]   1414-5, [Month 1]
Medard & Gildard [8 June] - ... [6 July] 1414
Thomas Moorby
The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four-week period.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 2]   1414-5, [Month 2]
... Peter & Paul [6 July] - Inv... [3 August] 1414
Thomas Moorby
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account matches the Receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, of the Account opened on "... Stephen". The Invention of Stephen is taken to be Friday 3 August, not Saturday 4 August, of Accounts 1413-4, months 5 and 6. As the Account covers the normal four week period, the opening date is deduced as the Friday after Peter and Paul.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 3]   1414-5, [Month 3]
... Stephen [3 August] - Aidan ... [31 August 1414]
Thomas Moorby
The opening date and the year are established from the fact that the Receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, of this Account match the Balance of the Account closed on "Inv... 1414". The Invention of Stephen is taken to be Friday 3 August, not Saturday 4 August, of Accounts 1413-4, months 5 and 6.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 4]   1414-5, [Month 4]
... [31 August - 28 September 1414]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The opening date is established from the fact that the Receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, of this Account match the Balance of the Account closed on 31 August 1414. The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 28 September 1414. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 5]   1414-5, [Month 5]
Vigil of Michael [28 September] - 7 Kal. November [26 October] 1414
Thomas Moorby
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 6]   1414-5, [Month 6]
7 Kal. November [26 October] - Clement [23 November] 1414
Thomas Moorby
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 7]   1414-5, [Month 7]
... [23 November - 21 December 1414]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The opening date is established from the fact that the Receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, of this Account match the Balance of the Account closed on 23 November 1414. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 8]   1414-5, [Month 8]
... [21 December 1414 - 18 January 1415]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 18 January 1415, confirmed by adding the Expenses and Balance and subtracting the livery of £100. The opening date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 9]   1414-5, [Month 9]
... v [18 January] - Morrow of Valentine ... [15 February 1415]
Thomas Moorby
The opening date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. The year is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opening on 15 February 1415.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 10]   1414-5, [Month 10]
... m [15 February] - Ides March ... [15 March 1415]
Thomas Moorby
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 15 February. The year is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 15 March 1415.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 11]   1414-5, [Month 11]
Ides March [15 March] - Prid Id. April 1414 [12 April 1415]
Thomas Moorby
The year has been altered from "1415". This change was mistaken: the marginal caption for Easter against the third week is not compatible with the date of Easter in 1414, when the days given also fell on Thursdays, but it is compatible with 1415, when they fell on Fridays.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1414-5, [Month 12]   1414-5, [Month 12]
... [12 April - 10 May 1415]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The opening date is established from the fact that the Receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, of this Account match the Balance of the Account closed on 12 April 1415. The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1415-6, [Month 4]   1415-6, [Month 4]
... Adauctus [30 August] - Cosmas & Damian ... [27 September 1415]
Thomas Moorby
The opening date is established as the feast given since the Account covers the normal four-week period. The year is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 27 September 1415.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1415-6, [Month 5]   1415-6, [Month 5]
Cosmas & Damian [27 September] - Crispin & Crispinian [25 October] 1415
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1415-6, [Month 6]   1415-6, [Month 6]
Crispin & Crispinian [25 October] - Cecilia [22 November] 1415
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1415-6, [Month 7]   1415-6, [Month 7]
Cecilia [22 November] - Vigil of Thomas ap [20 December] 1415
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54 "Month ?".
DCD-Celr. acs 1416-7, [Month 1]   1416-7, [Month 1]
Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas [6 March] - Friday before Ambrose [3 April] 1416
John Lytham
The year has been altered from 1415. As Thomas Moorby accounted for this period in 1415 and John Durham junior in 1417, 1416 is clearly correct.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1416-7, [Month 2]   1416-7, [Month 2]
... [3 April - 1 May 1416]
... [John Lytham]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total Receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, of this Account are exactly £100 more than the Balance of the Account closed on 3 April 1416; £100 was a sum regularly delivered to the Cellarer by the Bursar. The closing date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 56 "[b]".
DCD-Celr. acs 1416-7, [Month 5]   1416-7, [Month 5]
John & Paul [26 June] - Christina [24 July] 1416
John Lytham
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1416-7, [Month 8]   1416-7, [Month 8]
Morrow of Lambert [18 September] - 17 Kal. November [16 October] 1416
John Lytham
DCD-Celr. acs 1416-7, [Month 9]   1416-7, [Month 9]
17 Kal. November [16 October] - Brice [13 November] 1416
John Lytham
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1416-7, [Month 10]   1416-7, [Month 10]
Brice [13 November] - Damasus [11 December] 1416
John Lytham
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1416-7, [Month 11]   1416-7, [Month 11]
Damasus [11 December 1416] - 6 Id. January 1416 [8 January 1417]
John Lytham
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 54.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 1]   1417-8, [Month 1]
Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas 1416 [5 March 1417] - Friday before Ambrose [2 April] '17
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 2]   1417-8, [Month 2]
Friday before Ambrose [2 April] - Friday before Philip & James [30 April] 1417
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 3]   1417-8, [Month 3]
Friday before Philip & James [30 April] - Friday after Augustine apostle of the English [28 May] 1417
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 4]   1417-8, [Month 4]
... after ... [28 May] - Friday ... Nativity of John the Baptist ...7 [25 June 1417]
... [John Durham junior]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 28 May 1417. The closing date is established from the fact that the Account opened on 25 June 1417 takes up the balance of this Account. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 5]   1417-8, [Month 5]
Friday after Nativity of John the Baptist [25 June] - Friday after Mary Magdalen [23 July] 1417
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 6]   1417-8, [Month 6]
Friday after Mary Magdalen [23 July] - Friday after Assumption [20 August] 1417
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 7]   1417-8, [Month 7]
Two copies
(A) Friday after Assumption [20 August] - Friday before Matthew [17 September] 1417
John Durham junior
Duplicate
(B) Friday after Assumption [20 August] - Friday before Matthew [17 September] 1417
John Durham junior
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 55; (B) 99. 79 "1442".
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 8]   1417-8, [Month 8]
Two copies
(A) Friday before Matthew [17 September] - Friday before Luke [15 October] 1417
John Durham junior
Near duplicate
(B) Friday before Matthew [17 September] - Friday before Luke [15 October] 1417
John Durham junior
Near duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 9]   1417-8, [Month 9]
... [15 October] - Friday ... [12 November] 1417
John Durham ... [junior]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance, completed by adding the Expenses and Balance and deducting £100, of the Account for month 8 (A). The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account for month 10 (A).
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 10]   1417-8, [Month 10]
Two copies
(A) Friday after Martin [12 November] - Friday after Nicholas [10 December] 1417
John Durham junior
Near duplicate
(B) Friday after Martin [12 November] - Friday after Nicholas [10 December] 1417
John Durham junior
Near duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 11]   1417-8, [Month 11]
Two copies
(A)... [10 December 1417 - 7 January 1418]
... [John Durham junior]
Near duplicate
(B)... [10 December 1417 - 7 January 1418]
... [John Durham junior]
Near duplicate
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account for month 10 (A), and the closing date from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on 7 January 1418. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year. Difference between (B) and (A) merely being a matter of d. in Receipts and Balance originating in month 8 and continuing through the (B) Accounts.
Extracted: (A) 99. 55 'Month ?, week 4'; (B) 99. 55 "Month ?, week 3".
DCD-Celr. acs 1417-8, [Month 12]   1417-8, [Month 12]
Friday after Epiphany [7 January] - Friday after Purification 1417 [4 February 1418]
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55.
DCD-Celr. acs 1419-20, [Month 1]   1419-20, [Month 1]
... [2 - 30 June 1419]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account matches the Receipts, deduced by adding the Balance and the Expenses, of the Account opened on 30 June 1419. The opening date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from fourth and seventh monthly Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 56 "[d]"
DCD-Celr. acs 1419-20, [Month 2]   1419-20, [Month 2]
... [30 June - 28 July 1419]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account matches the Receipts, deduced by adding the Balance and the Expenses, of the Account opened on 28 July 1419. The opening date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from fourth and seventh monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 60/27-28.
DCD-Celr. acs 1419-20, [Month 3]   1419-20, [Month 3]
... [28 July - 25 August 1419]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account (A) opened on 25 August 1419. The opening date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from fourth and seventh monthly Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 60/8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1419-20, [Month 4]   1419-20, [Month 4]
Two copies
(A) Ebba [25 August] - Maurice [22 September] 1419
Thomas Moorby
Duplicate
(B) ... [25 August - 22 September 1419]
... [Thomas Moorby]
Mentioned: (A) 99. 56/13-14; (B) 99. 60/8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1419-20, [Month 5]   1419-20, [Month 5]
... [22 September - 20 October 1419]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The opening date is established from the fact that the total Receipts on this Account, deduced by adding the Expenses and the Balance, are exactly £100 more than the Balance of the Account closed on 22 September 1419, £100 being a normal sum for Bursar's liveries to the Cellarer. The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account matches the Receipts, deduced by adding the Expenses and Balance, of the Account opened on 20 October 1419. Name supplied from fourth and seventh monthly Accounts for this year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 60/8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1419-20, [Month 6]   1419-20, [Month 6]
... [20 October - 17 November 1419]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account matches the Receipts, deduced by adding the Balance and the Expenses, of the Account opened on 17 November 1419. The opening date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from fourth and seventh monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 60/8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1419-20, [Month 7]   1419-20, [Month 7]
Two copies
(A) Hilda [17 November] - 18 Kal. January [15 December] 1419
Thomas Moorby
Near duplicate
(B) ... [17 November - 15 December 1419]
... [Thomas Moorby]
Near duplicate
Lacunae supplied from near duplicate, the difference merely being a matter of a farthing in Expenses.
Extracted: (A) 99. 56/9-12; (B) mentioned 99. 60/8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1419-20, [Month 13]   1419-20, [Month 13]
... [3 - 31 May 1420]
... [Thomas Moorby]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up, as confirmed by adding the Expenses and the Balance, on the Account opened on 31 May 1420. The opening date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from fourth and seventh monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 60/29-36.
DCD-Celr. acs 1420-1, [Month 1]   1420-1, [Month 1]
Petronilla [31 May] - Leo [28 June] 1420
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 58/1-2.
DCD-Celr. acs 1420-1, [Month 2]   1420-1, [Month 2]
Two copies
(A) ... [28 June] - 7 Kal. August [26 July] 1420
Thomas Moorby
Near duplicate
(B) Leo [28 June] - . Kal. August [26 July] '20
Thomas Moorby
Near duplicate
Mentioned: (A) 99. 56/14-15.
DCD-Celr. acs 1420-1, [Month 3]   1420-1, [Month 3]
Two copies
(A) 7 Kal. August [26 July] - 10 Kal. September [23 August] 1420
Thomas Moorby
Near duplicate
(B) 7 Kal. ... [26 July] - 10 Kal. September [23 August] 1-20
Thomas Moorby
Near duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 58/5-6.
DCD-Celr. acs 1420-1, [Month 4]   1420-1, [Month 4]
Two copies
(A) 10 Kal. September [23 August] - 12 Kal. October [20 September] 1420
Thomas Moorby
Duplicate
(B) 10 Kal. September [23 August] - ... [20 September] 1420
...by [Thomas Moorby]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 58/7-8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1420-1, [Month 10]   1420-1, [Month 10]
7 Id. February [7 February] - Perpetua & Felicitas 1420 [7 March 1421]
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 58/3-4.
DCD-Celr. acs 1420-1, [Month 13]   1420-1, [Month 13]
Athanasius [2 May] - 3 Kal. June [30 May] 1421
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 58.
DCD-Celr. acs 1421-2, [Month 2]   1421-2, [Month 2]
Three copies:
(A) 5 Kal. July [27 June] - James [25 July] 1421
Thomas Moorby
Final Copy
(B) 5 Kal. July [27 June] - James [25 July] 1421
Thomas Moorby
Duplicated draft
(C) 5 Kal. July [27 June] - James [25 July] 1421
Thomas Moorby
Duplicated draft
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 58
DCD-Celr. acs 1421-2, [Month 4]   1421-2, [Month 4]
Octave of Assumption [22 August] - 13 Kal. October [19 September] 1421
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 58.
DCD-Celr. acs 1421-2, [Month 8]   1421-2, [Month 8]
2 Id. December [12 December 1421] - 5 Id. January 1421 [9 January 1422]
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 58.
DCD-Celr. acs 1421-2, [Month 10]   1421-2, [Month 10]
Vedast & Amand [6 February] - 2 Non March 1421 [6 March 1422]
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 58.
DCD-Celr. acs 1422-3, [Month 4]   1422-3, [Month 4]
Morrow of Oswin [21 August] - 14 Kal. October [18 September] 1422
Thomas Moorby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 58.

[c. 1423 ?] Food purchases, Sunday - Tuesday and Thursday: Misc.Ch.6080 dorse.
DCD-Celr. acs [c. 1424]   [c. 1424]
... [one month]
...
As no Account can be found with sums matching the total Receipts or the Balance of this Account, the dating is based on palaeographical criteria: this Account is most like that for 1424-5, month 6, and it could, for instance, be the Account for Month 4 of that year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 60/8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1424-5, [Month 6]   1424-5, [Month 6]
Vigil of Simon & Jude [27 October] - Friday after Clement [24 November] 1424
John Barlay
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 59.
DCD-Celr. acs [1427-8 or 1428-9]   [1427-8 or 1428-9]
... Friday after ... '28 [one month]
...
The year shows that this Account closed between 25 March 1428 and 25 March 1429; as the Accounts for 1428-9 probably started between the two dates, this Account could belong to either 1427-8 or 1428-9.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 59 "1428".
DCD-Celr. acs 1429-30, [Months 1 & 2]   1429-30, [Months 1 & 2]
Friday after Gordianus & Epimachus [13 May] 1429 - Friday -- William same year [10 June 1429]
Thomas Lawson
& Dorse:
Friday after William [10 June] - Friday after Boisil [8 July] 1429
Thomas Lawson
Draft
The closing date is established from the fact that the Account opened on 10 June 1429 takes up the Balance of this Account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 59
DCD-Celr. acs 1429-30, [Month 2]   1429-30, [Month 2]
Friday after William [10 June] - Friday after Boisil [8 July] 1429
Thomas Lawson
Final copy
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 59.
DCD-Celr. acs 1429-30, [Month 7]   1429-30, [Month 7]
For draft, see Month 8
Friday after Crispin & Crispinian [28 October] - Friday after Grisogonus [25 November] 1429
Thomas Lawson
Final copy
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 59 "on decayed parchment".
DCD-Celr. acs 1429-30, [Months 7, 8 & 9]   1429-30, [Months 7, 8 & 9]
With [at start] Month 7 draft, and [dorse] Month 9 draft
Friday after Crispin & Crispinian [28 October] - Friday after Grisogonus [25 November] '29
Thomas Lawson
1429-30, month 7 draft
& Friday after Grisogonus [25 November] - Friday after Thomas ap [23 December] 1429
Thomas Lawson
Final copy
& Dorse, Friday after Thomas ap [23 December] - Friday after Prisca 1429 [20 January 1430]
Thomas Lawson
Last 3 weeks from month 10 substituted in error, cancelled and replaced.
Draft 1429-30, month 9
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 59 "Month 7" & "1422".
DCD-Celr. acs 1429-30, [Month 9]   1429-30, [Month 9]
... [23 December 1429 - 20 January 1430]
... [Thomas Lawson]
Final copy
Lacunae supplied from draft (1429-30, months 7, 8 & 9, dorse).
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 60.
DCD-Celr. acs 1429-30, [Month 10] with [Month 11]   1429-30, [Month 10] with [Month 11]
Friday after Prisca [20 January] - Friday after Juliana '29 [17 February 1430]
Thomas Lawson
& Friday after Juliana [17 February] - Friday after Gregory '29 [17 March 1430]
Thomas Lawson
DCD-Celr. acs 1429-30, [Month 12]   1429-30, [Month 12]
... [17 March - 14 April 1430]
... [Thomas Lawson]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account for Month 13. The opening date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
DCD-Celr. acs 1429-30, [Month 13]   1429-30, [Month 13]
Friday after Guthlac [14 April] - Friday after Gordianus & Epimachus '29 [12 May 1430]
Thomas Lawson
The dating of the three Accounts on the dorse depends on this one heading. The year given, 1429, has been set aside in favour of 1430 for various reasons. To accept 1429 means that this roll has Accounts from two different years; much more serious, it means that the final account, the date of which depends on the heading for this month, would coincide with the first three weeks of the Account for 1429-30 month 1. To reject the year 1429 in favour of 1430 means that all the Accounts on this roll are for one year. It also explains the period covered by the final account: this fills the gap between the end of Month 13 and Friday before Pentecost; although there is no parallel for this among Cellarer's Accounts, the Accounts for 1431-2 start on Friday before Pentecost, and other accountants of the period certainly closed their accounts at this season. Further slight confirmation is provided by the fact that the Receipts for Month 12, deduced by adding the Expenses and Balance, are about £30 less than the Receipts for Month 11; this implies that Month 12 could well have taken up the lost Balance of Month 11, £30 being a normal month's expenditure.
DCD-Celr. acs Final Account, [1430]   Final Account, [1430]
Friday after Gordianus & Epimachus [12 May] - Friday after Petronilla ... [2 June 1430]
Thomas Lawson
The year is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account for Month 13.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 59-60.
DCD-Celr. acs [c. 1430]   [c. 1430]
Friday ... - ... after All ... [one month]
...
No Account can be found with sums matching the total Receipts or the Balance of this Account. The palaeographical features are difficult to assess very precisely. The large size of the Balance suggests that this Account is later than the set for 1421-2. To judge by the Accounts for 1431-2, there would have been a break between Accounts in the set for 1430-1 on Friday after All Saints, which was not in that year Friday before Martin.
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 1]   1431-2, [Month 1]
Friday after Nereus, Achilleus & Pancras [18 May] - Friday after Basil 143- [15 June 1431]
Thomas Lawson
For some reason the last word or figure has been erased from the year in the closing date of each Account in this set. On this Account "primo" can be read under ultra-violet light. This is confirmed by the year given for the opening date of the Account for Month 12. Other possible years, 1430 and 1432, can be eliminated: the first week of this Account has a caption for Pentecost, and this fell in June in 1430 and 1432, but on 20 May in 1431.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 60 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 2]   1431-2, [Month 2]
Friday after Basil [15 June] - Friday after Translation of Benedict 143- [13 July 1431]
Thomas Lawson
The last figure of the year is erased, but either "j" or "jj" can be read under ultra-violet light. The year is determined as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 60 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 3]   1431-2, [Month 3]
Friday after Translation of Benedict [13 July] - Friday after Romanus 143- [10 August 1431]
Thomas Lawson
The last figure of the year is erased, but "Primo" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 4]   1431-2, [Month 4]
Friday after Romanus [10 August] - Friday after Translation of Cuthbert 143- [7 September 1431]
Thomas Lawson
The last word of the year is erased, but "primo" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 5]   1431-2, [Month 5]
Friday after Translation of Cuthbert [7 September] - Friday after Thomas, Bishop of Hereford 143- [5 October 1431]
Thomas Lawson
The last figure of the year is erased, but "Primo" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 6]   1431-2, [Month 6]
Friday after Thomas, Bishop of Hereford [5 October] - Friday after All Saints 143- [2 November 1431]
Thomas Lawson
The last figure of the year is erased, but "Primo" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 7]   1431-2, [Month 7]
Friday after All Saints [2 November] - Friday after Saturninus 143- [30 November 1431]
Thomas Lawson
The last figure of the year is erased, but "Primo, etc" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 8]   1431-2, [Month 8]
Friday after Saturninus [30 November] - Friday after Christmas 143- [28 December 1431]
Thomas Lawson
The last figure of the year is erased, but "Primo" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 9]   1431-2, [Month 9]
Friday after Christmas [28 December] - Friday after Agnes 143- [25 January 1432]
Thomas Lawson
The last figure of the year is erased, but "Primo, etc" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 10]   1431-2, [Month 10]
Friday after Agnes [25 January] - Friday after Juliana 143- [22 February 1432]
Thomas Lawson
The last figure of the year is erased, but "Primo" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 11]   1431-2, [Month 11]
Friday after Juliana [22 February] - Friday after Deposition of Cuthbert 143- [21 March 1432]
Thomas Lawson
The last figure of the year is erased, but "Primo" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed as for Month 1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 12]   1431-2, [Month 12]
Friday after Deposition of Cuthbert 1431 [21 March 1432] - Friday after Tiburtius 143- [18 April 1432]
Thomas Lawson
The last word of the year in the closing date is erased, but "Secundo" can be read under ultra-violet light; this is confirmed by the year given in the opening date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1431-2, [Month 13]   1431-2, [Month 13]
Friday after Tiburtius [18 April] - Friday after Nereus, Achilleus & Pancras 143- [16 May 1432]
Thomas Lawson
The last word of the year is erased, but "Secundo" can be read under ultra-violet light. This is confirmed as for Month 1, and by the caption to the last week of this Account which refers to the Abbot of Whitby's Visitation: this can be dated to May 1432 [Reg.Parv.II f.57].
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61 "1430".
DCD-Celr. acs 1432-3, [Month 3]   1432-3, [Month 3]
Friday after Epiphany [9 January] - Friday after Agatha 1432 [6 February 1433]
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 59 "1427".
DCD-Celr. acs 1432-3, [Month 8]   1432-3, [Month 8]
... [29 May - 26 June 1433]
... [Thomas Ward]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opening on 26 June 1433. The opening date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 51/4-5.
DCD-Celr. acs 1432-3, [Month 9]   1432-3, [Month 9]
Friday, John & Paul [26 June] - Friday before James 1432 [24 July 1433]
Thomas Ward
The feast of John and Paul fell on Thursday in 1432, so the year is set aside in favour of 1433, when the feast fell on Friday. A similar error was made in the heading for Month 12.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 59 "1427".
DCD-Celr. acs 1432-3, [Month 10]   1432-3, [Month 10]
... [24 July - 21 August 1433]
... [Thomas Ward]
The opening date is established from the fact that the Receipts of this Account, deduced by adding the Expenses and Balance, match the Balance of the Account closed on 24 July 1433. The closing date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four week period. Name supplied from other monthly Accounts for this period.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 53/30.
DCD-Celr. acs 1432-3, [Month 12]   1432-3, [Month 12]
Friday after Lambert [18 September] - Friday before Etheldreda 1432 [16 October 1433]
Thomas Ward
The year given, 1432, has been set aside in favour of 1433. As Etheldreda's feast fell on Friday in 1432, the dates given would only cover a period of three weeks in 1432, and the Account clearly covers the normal four week period. This Account is also clearly endorsed "xij"; in 1432 there would have been insufficient time for 12 Accounts after the end of the 1431-2 year in May. A similar error was made in the heading for Month 9.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 59 "1427".
DCD-Celr. acs 1433-4, [Month 1]   1433-4, [Month 1]
Friday, Brice [13 November] - Friday, Damasus [11 December] 1433
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61.
DCD-Celr. acs 1433-4, [Month 4]   1433-4, [Month 4]
Friday, Agatha [5 February] - Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas 1433 [5 March 1434]
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 61.
DCD-Celr. acs 1434-5, [Month 1]   1434-5, [Month 1]
Friday after Martin [12 November] - Friday before Lucy [10 December] 1434
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 62.
DCD-Celr. acs 1434-5, [Month 4]   1434-5, [Month 4]
Friday before Blaise [4 February] - Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas 1434 [4 March 1435]
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 62.
DCD-Celr. acs 1434-5, [Month 5]   1434-5, [Month 5]
Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas [4 March] - Friday before Ambrose 1434 [1 April 1435]
Thomas Ward
This Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 4 march 1435 and not that closed on 5 March 1434; the year given has therefore been set aside. This error also is found on the Accounts for Months 6 and 9.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 62.
DCD-Celr. acs 1434-5, [Month 6]   1434-5, [Month 6]
Friday before Ambrose [1 April] - Friday after Vitalis 1434 [29 April 1435]
Thomas Ward
The caption for Easter against the third week of this Account is not compatible with the year given; it is compatible with 1435 and this dating is confirmed by the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on 1 April 1435. This error is also found on the Accounts for Months 5 and 9.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 62.
DCD-Celr. acs 1434-5, [Month 9]   1434-5, [Month 9]
Friday, Nativity of John the Baptist [24 June] - Friday, Mary Magdalen 1434 [22 July 1435]
Thomas Ward
As both the feasts fell on Thursday in 1434, the year given as been set aside in favour of 1435, when both fell on Friday. This error is also found on the Accounts for Months 5 and 6.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 62.
DCD-Celr. acs 1435-6, [Month 1]   1435-6, [Month 1]
Friday, Martin [11 November] - Friday after Conception of Mary [9 December] 1435
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 62.
DCD-Celr. acs 1437-8, [Month 2]   1437-8, [Month 2]
..., Nicholas [6 December 1437] - ... Circumcision ... [3 January 1438]
Thomas Ward
The Account clearly opened on Nicholas' feast, 6 December; as Cellarer's Accounts opened on a Friday at this period, possible years are 1409, 1415, 1420, 1426, 1437, 1443, 1448, 1454, 1465, 1471, 1476 and 1482. Given the accountant's name, existing Cellarer's Accounts eliminate all but 1426 and 1437; 1426 is eliminated by Bursar-Cellarer's Indenture 1426-7 which names John Barlay as Cellarer. Bursar's Account 1437-8 confirms that Thomas Ward was Cellarer in 1437. The number of the month is based on the assumption that this accounting year, like those for 1432-1435, started in November. The closing date is deduced from the fact that this Account covers the normal four-week period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 60/11-15.
DCD-Celr. acs 1438-9   1438-9
Two copies
(A) Friday 23 August 14.8 [22 or 23 August 1438] - Friday before Michael [25 September] 1439
Thomas Ward, with Robert Westmorland as colleague
Duplicate
(B) Friday 23 August 143. [22 or 23 August 1438] - Friday before Michael [25 September] 1439
Thomas Ward, with Robert Westmorland as colleague
Duplicate
The precise day is in doubt since 23 August fell on Saturday in 1438.
Extracted: (A) 99. 62-77; (B) mentioned 99. 62.
DCD-Celr. acs 1439-40   1439-40
Two copies
(A) Friday before Michael, 25 September '39 - Friday after Cuthbert [25 March] 1440
Thomas Ward, with Thomas Lewyn as colleague
Dorse, after Account: Status Duplicate
(B) Friday ... Michael, 25 September '39 - Friday after Cuthbert [25 March] 1440
Thomas Ward, with Thomas Lewyn as colleague
Dorse, after Account: Status
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 78.
DCD-Celr. acs 1440 [Months 1 - 6 etc.]   1440 [Months 1 - 6 etc.]
... [25 March - 30 September 1440]
... [Thomas Lawson]
[Months 1 - 6 and Final Account of 3 weeks, 25 March - 30 Sept. 1440]
This roll contains Accounts for six months and one for three weeks, all without dated headings. The dating is based on the marginal captions. Against the fourth week of the fifth month: Oswald [5 August]; four weeks later: Cuthbert and Nativity of Virgin Mary [4 and 8 September]. These are compatible only with a week opened on 5 August; the fifth month therefore closed on 12 August and the dates of the other Accounts can be deduced. As the weeks on these Accounts ran from Friday to Friday, 5 August was a Friday, and Pentecost, given in the caption twelve weeks earlier, was therefore 15 May and Easter 27 March. In the fifteenth century Easter fell on 27 March in 1407, 1418, 1429 and 1440. As the guests named in the margin include members of Bishop Neville's household, eg Mag John Norton, the roll is assigned to 1440. The Balance of the Account opened on 30 September 1440 indicates that the Cellarer for that Account was responsible for the previous Account, this Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 56-7.
DCD-Celr. acs [c. 1440]   [c. 1440]
Extended account
...
...
This Account is of the type produced only from 1438 to 1445, when the Bursar's endowment was divided. It is not a duplicate or draft of any of those which survive from this period, and so it must belong either to March-September 1440, or to September 1442-March 1443.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 78/24.
DCD-Celr. acs 1440-1   1440-1
Two copies
(A) Friday after Michael, last day of September 1440 - Michael [29 September] 1441
Thomas Lawson, with Thomas Lewyn as colleague
Dorse, after Account: Status
Duplicate
(B) Friday after Michael, last day of September 1440 - Michael [29 September] 1441
Thomas Lawson, with Thomas Lewyn as colleague
Dorse, after Account: Status
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 78.
DCD-Celr. acs 1441-2   1441-2
Two copies
(A) Michael [29 September] 1441 - same feast [29 September] 1442
Thomas Lawson, with Henry Rakett as colleague
Dorse, after Account: Status - Michael [29 September] 1442
Duplicate
(B) Michael [29 September] 1441 - same feast [29 September] 1442
Thomas Lawson, with Henry Rakett as colleague
Dorse, after Account: Status - Michael [29 September] 1442
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 79.
DCD-Celr. acs 1443   1443
Three copies
Schedule: Receipts from East and West Rainton (A) Annunciation [25 March], the beginning of 1443 - Michaelmas said year [29 September 1443]
William Eden, with John Eden as colleague
Schedule: Receipts from East and West Rainton
Duplicate
(B) Annunciation [25 March], the beginning of 1443 - Michaelmas said year [29 September 1443]
William Eden, with John Eden as colleague
Schedule: Receipts from [East and West Rainton]
Duplicate
(C) Annunciation [25 March], the beginning of 1443 - Michaelmas said year [29 September 1443]
William Eden, with John Eden as colleague
Draft
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 82.
DCD-Celr. acs 1443-4   1443-4
Two copies:
(A) Michael [29 September] 1443 - same feast next year [29 September 1444]
William Eden, with John Eden as colleague
Balance amplified
(B) Michael [29 September] 1443 - same feast next year [29 September 1444]
William Eden, with John Eden as colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 83.
DCD-Celr. acs 1444-5   1444-5
Michael [29 September] 1444 - Friday after Martin next year [12 November 1445]
William Eden, with John Eden colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 83.
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6   1445-6
Two copies
(A) Martin [11 November] 1445 - same feast [11 November] '46
William Hesleden
Duplicate
(B) Martin [11 November] 1445 - same feast ... [11 November 1446]
William Hesleden
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 86.
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 1]   1445-6, [Month 1]
Friday after Martin [12 November] 1445 - Damasus above year [11 December 1445]
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 86 "No. 1".
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 2]   1445-6, [Month 2]
Damasus [11 December 1445] - 9 January '45 [1446]
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 86 "No. 2".
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 3]   1445-6, [Month 3]
... January - ... & Amand ... [9 January - 6 February 1446]
... [William] Hesleden
What remains of the dates fits well with the dates indicated for 1445-6 month 3 by the Accounts for months 2 and 5. The appearance of this Account is similar to that of other Accounts for this year, and in particular the interlineation of "per" in the total, which is found on the Accounts for months 1, 2 and 5.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 60/16-25.
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [? Month 4]   1445-6, [? Month 4]
... [? 6 February - 6 March 1446]
... [William Hesleden]
Diplomatic features seem to date this Account. The absence of a Balance carried forward is a feature first found on the Account 1445-6 month 1. This Account lacks mention of the calendar month for the spice section, a practice started on the Account 1445-6 month 9. Between 1445-6 month 1 and month 9 the only gap is for month 4. Given the date, supplied from other monthly Accounts for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 87 "No. ?".
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 5]   1445-6, [Month 5]
6 March '45 [1446] - 3 April above year [1446]
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 86 "No. 5".
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 6]   1445-6, [Month 6]
Two copies
(A) 3 April '46 - 1 May above year [1446]
William Hesleden
Duplicate
(B) 3 April '46 - 1 May above year [1446]
William Hesleden
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 85.
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 7]   1445-6, [Month 7]
1 May '46 - 28 same month above year [28 May 1446]
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 85.
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 8]   1445-6, [Month 8]
28 May '46 - 25 June above year [1446]
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 85.
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 9]   1445-6, [Month 9]
25 June '46 - Christina above year [24 July 1446]
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 85.
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 10]   1445-6, [Month 10]
Christina [24 July] '46 - Morrow of Oswin above year [21 August 1446]
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 85.
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [Month 11]   1445-6, [Month 11]
20 August '46 - Lambert above year [17 September 1446]
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 86 "No. 11".
DCD-Celr. acs 1445-6, [? Month 12]   1445-6, [? Month 12]
... Lambert ... - ... October above year [? 17 September - c.15 October 1446]
William ... [Hesleden]
There are no means of proving that this belongs to the set of Accounts for 1445-6. What is left of the opening date shows that it would follow straight on from the last clearly dated Account for that year; the hands are the same, as is the lay-out. The closing date is estimated from the fact that the Account covers the normal, but slightly variable, four week period. Name, given the date, supplied from other Accounts.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 86-7.
DCD-Celr. acs 1446-7   1446-7
Two copies
(A) Martin [11 November] '46 - Pentecost [28 May] '47
William Hesleden
Duplicate
(B) Martin [11 November] '46 - Pentecost [28 May] '47
William Hesleden
Duplicate
Printed: (A) 99. 83-5; (B) mentioned 99. 83.
DCD-Celr. acs 1446-, Month '12'   1446-, Month '12'
Last day of April '47 - 27 May above year [1447]
William Hesleden
This Account is clearly headed "12"; this is inexplicable, for the year seems to have opened at Martinmas 1446, and it can hardly be a matter of the monthly Accounts running for a different year, since the Account 1445-6 month 11 closed on 17 September 1446.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 87/17-18.
DCD-Celr. acs 1447-8   1447-8
Pentecost [28 May] '47 - same feast [12 May] '48
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 87.
DCD-Celr. acs 1447-8, [? Month 3]   1447-8, [? Month 3]
... Magd... - Magnus ... [22 July - 19 August 1447]
... [William Hesleden]
The year is lost. The absence of a Balance carried forward and the mention of the calendar month for the spice section point to a date after the Account 1445-6 month 9. The precise period given by the feasts points strongly to the year 1447; this would be the third monthly Account in the year 1447-8. Name, given the date, supplied from Account for the year 1447-8.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 78/25.
DCD-Celr. acs 1447-8, [Month 5]   1447-8, [Month 5]
Euphemia '17 [16 September 1447] - Calixtus above year [14 October 1447]
William Hesleden
The name of the accountant, the precise dates and the number of the month confirm that a simple mistake was made in writing the year of this Account: "xvij" for "xlvij".
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 55-6.
DCD-Celr. acs 1448-9   1448-9
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [12 May] '48 - same feast [1 June] '49
William Hesleden
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [12 May] '48 - same feast [1 June] '49
William Hesleden
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 87.
DCD-Celr. acs 1448-9, [Month 3]   1448-9, [Month 3]
Thomas archiep [7 July] '48 - Vigil of Oswald r above year [4 August 1448]
William Hesleden
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 87.
DCD-Celr. acs 1448-9, Month 4   1448-9, Month 4
Vigil of ...d [4 August] '48 - 1 ... above year [1 September 1448]
William Hesleden
With the year surviving, the fact that this Account is clearly numbered "4" shows that the lacuna in the opening date should be supplied from the closing date of the Account for month 3. Given the opening date, the closing month is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 87.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 1]   1449-50, [Month 1]
Saturday, Vigil of Pentecost [30 May] 1449 - -- [28 June 1449]
Thomas Lewyn
The closing date is deduced from the fact that the Account covers the normal four week period, the last week starting on 21 June.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 79-80.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 2]   1449-50, [Month 2]
-- [28 June - 26 July 1449]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
This Account is the second of a series which follow exactly one after the other; they differ from all other Cellarer's monthly Accounts in giving the day and month at the beginning of each week, and so are taken to belong to the same year, although only the first Account has a heading. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 80.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 3]   1449-50, [Month 3]
-- [26 July - 23 August 1449]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 80.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 4]   1449-50, [Month 4]
-- [23 August - 20 September 1449]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 80.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 5]   1449-50, [Month 5]
-- [20 September - 18 October 1449]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 81.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 6]   1449-50, [Month 6]
-- [18 October - 15 November 1449]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 81.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 7]   1449-50, [Month 7]
-- [15 November - 13 December 1449]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 81.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 8]   1449-50, [Month 8]
-- [13 December 1449 - 10 January 1450]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week, although the fourth Saturday is misdated 4 for 3 January, a mistake which runs through the next three monthly Accounts; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 81.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 9]   1449-50, [Month 9]
-- [10 January - 7 February 1450]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week, with Saturdays misdated as in month 8 week 4; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 81.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 10]   1449-50, [Month 10]
-- [7 February - 7 March 1450]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week, with Saturdays misdated as in month 8 week 4 and fourth Saturday also misdated February for March; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 81.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 11]   1449-50, [Month 11]
-- [7 March - 4 April 1450]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week, with Saturdays misdated as in month 8 week 4; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 82.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 12]   1449-50, [Month 12]
-- [4 April - 2 May 1450]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 82.
DCD-Celr. acs 1449-50, [Month 13]   1449-50, [Month 13]
-- [2 - 23 May 1450]
-- [Thomas Lewyn]
Detailed dates given at the beginning of each week, of which there are only three, to take the Account up to Pentecost; year supplied as for month 2. Name, given the date, supplied from the first monthly Account for this year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 82.
DCD-Celr. acs 1455-6   1455-6
Pentecost [25 May] 1455 - same feast [16 May] 1456
Richard Wrake
DCD-Celr. acs Status 1459   Status 1459
Pentecost [13 May] 1459
Delivered by William Hesleden to Thomas Darlington
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 88-9.
DCD-Celr. acs 1459-60   1459-60
Pentecost [13 May] 1459 - same feast [1 June] 1460
Thomas Darlington
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 87-8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1460-1   1460-1
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [1 June] 1460 - same feast [24 May] 1461
Thomas Darlington
Fair Copy
(B) ... [1 June] 1460 - same feast [24 May] 1461
Thomas Darlingto.
Draft
Extracted: (A) 99. 90; (B) mentioned 99. 90.
DCD-Celr. acs 1461-2   1461-2
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [24 May] 1461 - same feast [6 June] 1462
Thomas Darlington
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [24 May] 1461 - same feast [6 June] 1462
Thomas Darlington
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 90.
DCD-Celr. acs 1462-3   1462-3
Pentecost [6 June] 1462 - same feast [29 May] 1463
Thomas Darlington
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 90.
DCD-Celr. acs 1465-6   1465-6
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [2 June] 1465 - same feast [25 May] 1466
Robert Weardale
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [2 June] 1465 - same feast [25 May] 1466
Robert Weardale
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 90-1.
DCD-Celr. acs 1466-7   1466-7
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [25 May] 1466 - same feast [17 May] 1467
Richard Steel
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [25 May] 1466 - same feast [17 May] 1467
Richard Steel
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 91.
DCD-Celr. acs 1467-8   1467-8
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [17 May] 1467 - same feast [5 June] 1468
Robert West
Duplicate
(B) ... [17 May 1467 - 5 June 1468]
... [Robert West]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 92; (B) mentioned 99. 92.
DCD-Celr. acs 1468-9   1468-9
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [5 June] 1468 - same feast [21 May] 1469
Robert West
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [5 June] 1468 - same feast [21 May] 1469
Robert West
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 92.
DCD-Celr. acs 1469-70   1469-70
Pentecost [21 May] 1469 - same feast [10 June] 1470
Robert West
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 92-3.
DCD-Celr. acs Status [c. 1470]   Status [c. 1470]
--
--
Palaeographical criteria suggest that this Status belongs to the latter part of the 15th century. Comparison with the details of the Status for 1459 and that for 1481 indicates that this Status falls between the two.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 93.
DCD-Celr. acs 1471-2   1471-2
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [2 June] 1471 - same feast [17 May] 1472
John Forest
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [2 June] 1471 - same feast [17 May] 1472
John Forest
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 93-4 "a third"; (B) "decayed fragment" and "Duplicate now rejoined".
DCD-Celr. acs 1472   1472
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - Martin following [11 November 1472]
John Forest
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - Martin following [11 November 1472]
John Forest
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 94.
DCD-Celr. acs 1472-3   1472-3
Two copies
(A) Martin [11 November] 1472 - Pentecost following [6 June 1473]
George Cornforth
Duplicate
(B) Martin [11 November] 1472 - Pentecost following [6 June 1473]
George Cornforth
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 94.
DCD-Celr. acs 1473-4   1473-4
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
George Cornforth
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
George Cornforth
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 94.
DCD-Celr. acs 1474-5   1474-5
Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - same feast [14 May] 1475
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 94-5.
DCD-Celr. acs 1475-6   1475-6
Pentecost [14 May] 1475 - same feast [2 June] 1476
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 95.
DCD-Celr. acs 1476-7   1476-7
Pentecost [2 June] 1476 - same feast [25 May] 1477
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 95.
DCD-Celr. acs 1477-8   1477-8
Pentecost [25 May] 1477 - same feast [10 May] 1478
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 95.
DCD-Celr. acs 1478-9   1478-9
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [10 May] 1478 - same feast [30 May] 1479
George Cornforth
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [10 May] 1478 - same feast [30 May] 1479
George Cornforth
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 96.
DCD-Celr. acs 1479-80   1479-80
Pentecost [30 May] 1479 - same feast [21 May] 1480
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 96.
DCD-Celr. acs 1480-1   1480-1
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [21 May] 1480 - same feast [10 June] 1481
George Cornforth
Duplicate
Dorse, after Account:
Status
Pentecost [10 June] 1481
Delivered by George Cornforth to Geoffrey Forest
(B) Pentecost [21 May] 1480 - same feast [10 June] 1481
George Cornforth
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) ((B) mentioned) 99. 96; Status printed 99. 96-8.
DCD-Celr. acs 1482-3   1482-3
... 1483 [26 May 1482 - 18 May 1483]
... [Geoffrey Forest]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Account opened on 18 May 1483 takes up the Balance of this Account. The opening date is shown to be Pentecost 1483 from the Liveries section where the payments are for a 51 week period. Named on Bursar's Account 1482-3.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 90/1-2.
DCD-Celr. acs 1483-4   1483-4
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [18 May] 1483 - same feast [6 June] .484
Geoffrey Forest
Duplicate
(B) ... [18 May 1483 - 6 June 1484]
... [Geoffrey Forest]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 98; (B) mentioned 99. 96/16-17.
DCD-Celr. acs 1484-5   1484-5
Pentecost [6 June] 1484 - same feast [22 May] 1485
Geoffrey Forest
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 98.
DCD-Celr. acs 1485-6   1485-6
Pentecost [22 May] 1485 - same feast [14 May] 1486
Henry Dalton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 98.
DCD-Celr. acs 1487-8   1487-8
... [3 June 1487 - 25 May 1488]
... [John Hamsterley]
The Bursar's second name survives on this Account: Forest; Geoffrey Forest was Bursar 1485-1489. Cellarer's Accounts survive for 1485-6 and 1488-9; this Account is not a duplicate of either, and so belongs to 1486-7 or 1487-8. The survival of two sums for the year's wages, together with the weekly rate, reveals that this Account covered 51 weeks; this is right for Pentecost 1487-8 and wrong for Pentecost 1486-7. Named on Bursar's Account 1487-8.
DCD-Celr. acs Status 1488   Status 1488
Pentecost [25 May] 1488
Delivered by John Hamsterley, to Robert Gateshead [sic]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 98-9.
DCD-Celr. acs 1488-9   1488-9
Pentecost [25 May] 1488 - same feast [7 June] 1489
Thomas Wrake
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 99.
DCD-Celr. acs 1489-90   1489-90
Pentecost [7 June] 1489 - same feast [30 May] 1490
Thomas Wrake
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 99.
DCD-Celr. acs 1490-1   1490-1
Pentecost [30 May] 1490 - same feast [22 May] 1491
Thomas Wrake
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 99-100.
DCD-Celr. acs 1494-5   1494-5
Pentecost 1493 - same feast 1494 [18 May 1494 - 7 June 1495]
John Porter
The heading is suspect because Robert Strother appears as Cellarer on both the Bursar's Account and the Bursar-Cellarer Indenture for 26 May 1493 - 18 May 1494. This Account gives the Bursar as Henry Dalton, who left office after three years in 1492 and returned on 18 May 1494 for one year. The Account also mentions the nine year lease of fells to Thomas Forest as being in its fourth year; on the 1497-8 Account the year is the seventh, showing that this Account should have been headed 1494-5, the one year in which John Porter appears as Cellarer on the Bursar's Accounts.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 100.
DCD-Celr. acs 1497-8   1497-8
Pentecost [14 May] 1497 - same feast [3 June] 1498
John Riddell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 100-1.
DCD-Celr. acs 1498-9   1498-9
Pentecost [3 June] 1498 - same feast [19 May] 1499 John Riddell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 101.
DCD-Celr. acs 1499-1500   1499-1500
Two copies
(A) P... [19 May] 1499 - same feast [7 June] 1500
John Riddell
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [19 May] 1499 - same feast [7 June] 1500
John Riddell
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 101.
DCD-Celr. acs 1500-1   1500-1
Pentecost [7 June] 1500 - same feast ... [30 May 1501]
John Riddell
It is clear from the Liveries section that the Account covers 51 weeks.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 101.
DCD-Celr. acs 1502-3   1502-3
Pentecost [15 May] 1502 - same feast [4 June] 1503
Robert Mody
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 102.
DCD-Celr. acs 1504-5   1504-5
... [26 May 1504 - 11 May 1505]
... [Robert Herrington]
The closing date is established from the fact that the Account opened on 11 May 1505 takes up the Balance of this Account. As the total expenditure is very similar to that for the following year, this Account is taken to be for a year and to have been opened as normal at Pentecost. Named on Bursar's Account 1504-5.
DCD-Celr. acs 1505-6   1505-6
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [11 May] 1505 - same feast [31 May] 1506
Robert Herrington
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [11 May] 1505 - same feast [31 May] 1506
Robert Herrington
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 102-4.
DCD-Celr. acs 1507-8   1507-8
Pentecost [23 May] 1507 - same feast [11 June] 1508
William Wearmouth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 104-5.
DCD-Celr. acs 1509-10   1509-10
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [27 May] 1509 - same feast [19 May] 1510
William Wearmouth
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost ... [27 May 1509] - same feast 151. [19 May 1510]
William Wearmouth
Duplicate
Extracted: (B) 99. 105.
DCD-Celr. acs 1512-3   1512-3
Pentecost [30 May] 1512 - same feast [15 May] 1513
Thomas Barnes
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 105-6.
DCD-Celr. acs 1516-7   1516-7
Pentecost [11 May] 1516 - same feast [31 May] 1517
Richard Poole
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 106.
DCD-Celr. acs 1525-6   1525-6
Pentecost [4 June] 1525 - same feast [20 May] 1526
Henry Bek
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 106-8.

Bursar's reckoning with Cellarer / Granator, 1530 - 1533: Bursar's Book K f.128r
Printed: 18. 132/28-133/11.

Bursar's reckoning with Cellarer, 1533 and 18 April 1534: Bursar's Book K ff.123r, 2r
Printed: 18. 126-127, 326-7.
DCD-Celr. acs 1534-5   1534-5
Pentecost [24 May] 1534 - same feast [16 May] 1535 Roger Middleham
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 109-12.
Bursar-Cellarer Indentures
Reference: DCD-Bur-Celr. inds
Dates of creation: 1360-1537
Extent: 112 items
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1360-1   1360-1
After Martinmas '60 [15 December 1360 - 4 March 1361]
Richard of Birtley, bursar
Simon of Leaventhorpe, cellarer
The days on which liveries were made are given; the first is Tuesday after Lucy and the last Thursday before Perpetua & Felicitas.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1361   1361
Wednesday after Cuthbert in March 1360 [24 March 1361 - 15 May 1361]
Richard of Birtley, bursar
Simon of Leaventhorpe, cellarer
Closing date taken from day of last livery
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1382-3   1382-3
Michaelmas [29 September] '82 - -- [c.29 September 1383]
Thomas of Corbridge, bursar
William of Killerby, cellarer
An expenditure of £159 after Petronilla [31 May] is given, out of a total of £400 for the whole period, suggesting that about a third of the period fell after that. It also seems likely that the Indenture ran for the same period as the Bursar's Accounts at this time.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1385-6   1385-6
Michaelmas [29 September] 1385 - -- [c.29 September 1386]
Thomas of Corbridge, bursar
William of Killerby, cellarer
The total of £432 differs from the total of the Indenture for Michaelmas 1386 - Michaelmas 1387 by less than £8. It also seems likely that this Indenture ran for the same period as the Bursar's Accounts at this time.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1386-7   1386-7
Michaelmas [29 September] 1386 - same feast [29 September] '87
Thomas of Corbridge, bursar
William of Killerby, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1392-3   1392-3
Michaelmas [29 September] 1392 - -- [c.29 September 1393]
Robert of Claxton, bursar
Robert of Crayke, cellarer
Although the total is considerably lower than that on the Indenture for Michaelmas 1386 - Michaelmas 1387, it is only £8 above the total for the full year 1396-7, and also comes close to the total suggested by the sums on five of the Cellarer's monthly Accounts for 1392-3.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1396 (with 1396-7)   1396 (with 1396-7)
Pentecost [21 May] '96 - Michaelmas following [29 September 1396]
Thomas Lythe, bursar
Richard of Stockton, cellarer
& Michaelmas [29 September] '96 - Pentecost [10 June 1397]
Thomas Lythe, bursar
Richard of Stockton, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1397   1397
Pentecost [10 June] 1397 - Michaelmas following [29 September 1397]
Walter of Teesdale, bursar
Richard of Stockton, cellarer
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 600.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1397-8   1397-8
Michaelmas [29 September] 1397 - Pentecost following [26 May 1398]
Walter of Teesdale, bursar
Richard of Stockton, cellarer
Mentioned: Surtees Society 103. 600.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1399   1399
Pentecost [18 May] '99 - Michaelmas following [29 September 1399]
Walter of Teesdale, bursar
Richard of Stockton, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1399-1400   1399-1400
Michaelmas [29 September] 1399 - Pentecost [6 June] 1400
Walter of Teesdale, bursar
Richard of Stockton, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1400   1400
Pentecost [6 June] 1400 - Friday after Assumption following [20 August 1400]
Roger of Mainsforth, bursar
Richard of Stockton, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1400-1   1400-1
Friday after Assumption [20 August] 1400 - Pentecost following [22 May 1401]
Roger of Mainsforth, bursar
Robert of Crayke, cellarer
Dorse:
Incomplete draft
Pentecost as above - Friday after Assumption [22 May - 19 August 1401]
Counterparts for full year: 1401-2 (A), 1401-2 (B)
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1401-2   1401-2
Two counterparts, and cf. above draft
(A) Pentecost [22 May] 1401 - Pentecost [14 May] '02
Roger of Mainsforth, bursar
Robert of Crayke, cellarer
(B) Pentecost [22 May] 1401 - -- [14 May 1402]
Roger of Mainsforth, bursar
Robert of Crayke, cellarer

DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1402-3   1402-3
Pentecost [14 May] 1402 - same feast next year [3 June 1403]
Roger of Mainsforth, bursar
Robert of Crayke, cellarer
Counterpart

DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1402-3 (with 1403)   1402-3 (with 1403)
Pentecost [14 May] 1402 - same feast next year [3 June 1403]
Roger of Mainsforth, bursar
Robert of Crayke, cellarer
Counterpart
& Dorse:
Incomplete draft
Pentecost [3 June] 1403 - Friday in Octave of Assumption following [17 August 1403]
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1404-5   1404-5
Two counterparts:
(A) Pentecost [18 May] 1404 - same feast [7 June] 1405
Richard of Haswell, bursar
Robert of Crayke, cellarer
Counterpart, altered
(B) Pentecost [18 May] 1404 - same feast [7 June] 1405
Richard of Haswell, bursar
Robert of Crayke, cellarer
Counterpart, unaltered
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1405-6   1405-6
Pentecost [7 June] 1405 - same feast next year [30 May 1406]
Roger of Mainsforth & John Ryton, bursars
Robert of Crayke, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1406-7   1406-7
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [30 May] 1406 - same feast next year [15 May 1407]
Roger of Mainsforth & John Ryton, bursars
John Harle, cellarer
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [30 May] 1406 - same feast next year [15 May 1407]
R[oger] of M[ainsforth] & John Ryton, bursars
John Harle, cellarer
Duplicate
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1412-3   1412-3
Pentecost [22 May] 1412 - Friday before Purification following [27 January 1413]
John Mores, bursar
Henry Ferriby, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1413   1413
Friday before Purification [27 January] - Friday before Gregory 1412 [10 March 1413]
John Mores, bursar
William Graystanes, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1413   1413
Friday before Gregory 1412 [10 March 1413] - Pentecost [11 June] 1413
John Mores, bursar
Thomas Moorby, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1413-4   1413-4
Pentecost [11 June] 1413 - same feast next year [27 May] 1414
William Drax, bursar
Thomas Moorby, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1417   1417
Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas 1416 [5 March 1417] - Pentecost [30 May] '17
William Drax, bursar
John Durham junior, cellarer
Extracted: Surtees Society 103.613.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1417-8   1417-8
Pentecost [30 May] 1417 - Saturday before Perpetua & Felicitas said year [5 March 1418]
Henry Helay, bursar
John Durham junior, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1418   1418
Friday before Perpetua & Felicitas 1417 [4 March 1418] - Pentecost [15 May] '18
Henry Helay, bursar
John Durham junior, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1418-9   1418-9
Pentecost [15 May] 1418 - same feast [4 June] 1419
Henry Helay, bursar
John Durham junior, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1419-20   1419-20
Pentecost [4 June] 1419 - same feast [26 May] '20
John Durham, bursar
Thomas Moorby, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1423-4   1423-4
Pentecost [23 May] 1423 - same feast [11 June] '24
John Durham, bursar
John Barlay, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1426-7   1426-7
Pentecost [19 May] 1426 - same feast next year [8 June 1427]
John Durham, bursar
John Barlay, cellarer
A contemporary hand added "xxvj" after the words "next year" at the end of the heading; it is likely that this represents a careless attempt at amplification, rather than an intended alteration, since the year given earlier in the heading has been allowed to stand.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1427-8   1427-8
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [8 June] 1427 - Pentecost [24 May] '28
William Partrike, bursar
John Barlay, cellarer
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [8 June] 1427 - Pentecost [24 May] '28
William Partrike, bursar
John Barlay, cellarer
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1429-30   1429-30
Pentecost [15 May] 1429 - same feast [4 June] '30
John Oll, bursar
Thomas Lawson, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1430-1   1430-1
Pentecost [4 June] 1430 - same feast next year [20 May 1431]
John Oll, bursar
Thomas Lawson, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1431-2   1431-2
Pentecost [20 May] 1431 - same feast next year [8 June 1432]
John Oll, bursar
Thomas Lawson, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1432   1432
Pentecost: 8 June, 1432 - Martinmas same year [11 November 1432]
John Oll, bursar
Thomas Lawson, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1432-3   1432-3
Martinmas [11 November] 1432 - same ... [11 November 1433]
... [Thomas Lawson], bursar
Thomas Ward, cellarer
That the missing words are ..."feast next year" is indicated by the phrase "for 1 whole year" at the end of the Indenture, and by the fact that the total matches the livery to the Cellarer on Bursar's Account, Martinmas 1432 - Martinmas 1433. Lacuna supplied from Bursar's Account 1432-3.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1433-4   1433-4
Martinmas [11 November] 1433 - same feast next year [11 November 1434]
Thomas Lawson, bursar
Thomas Ward, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1435-6   1435-6
Martinmas [11 November] 1435 - same feast following [11 November 1436]
Thomas Lawson, bursar
Thomas Ward, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1436-7   1436-7
Martinmas [11 November] 1436 - same feast next year [11 November 1437]
Thomas Lawson, bursar
Thomas Ward, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1445-6   1445-6
Two counterparts
(A) Martinmas [11 November] 1445 - Pentecost following 1..6 [5 June 1446
William Eden, bursar
William Hes... [Hesleden, cellarer]
Counterpart
(B) ... [11 November 1445 - 5 June 1446]
... [William Eden, bursar
William Hesleden, cellarer]
Counterpart
Lacuna supplied from Cellarer's Accounts 1445-6, and counterpart
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1446-7   1446-7
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [5 June] 1446 - same feast [28 May] 1447
William Eden, bursar
William Hesleden, cellarer
Counterpart
(B) ... [5 June 1446 - 28 May 1447]
... [William Eden, bursar
William Hesleden, cellarer]
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1447-8   1447-8
Pentecost [28 May] 1447 - same feast [12 May] .448
John Middleham, bursar
... [William] Hesleden, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1448-9   1448-9
Pentecost [12 May] 1448 - same feast [1 June] 1449
John Middleham, bursar
William Hesleden, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1449-50   1449-50
Pentecost [1 June] 1449 - same feast [24 May] 1450
John Middleham, bursar
Thomas Lewyn, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1451-2   1451-2
Pentecost [13 June] 1451 - same feast [28 May] 1452
John Pencher, bursar
John Eden, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1453-4   1453-4
Pentecost [20 May] 1453 - Pentecost [9 June] 1454
William Cuthbert, bursar
John ... [Eden], cellarer
Cellarer named on Bursar's Account 1453-4.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1454-5   1454-5
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [9 June] 1454 - same feast [25 May] 1455
John Eden, bursar
Richard Wrake, cellarer
Fair Copy
(B) ... [9 June] .454 - same feast [25 May] '55
John Eden, bursar
Richard Wrake, ... [cellarer]
Draft
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1455-6   1455-6
Pentecost [25 May] 1455 - same feast [16 May] 1456
John Middleham, bursar
Richard Wrake, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1456-7   1456-7
Three copies: [A, B] counterparts; (C) draft
(A) Pentecost [16 May] 1456 - same feast [5 June] 1457
John Middleham, bursar
Richard Wrake, cellarer
(B) Pentecost [16 May] 1456 - same feast [5 June] 1457
John Middleham, bursar
Richard Wrake, cellarer
(C) Pentecost [16 May] 1456 - same feast [5 June] 1457
John Middleham, bursar
Richard Wrake, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1457-8   1457-8
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) Pentecost [5 June] 1457 - same feast [21 May] 1458
John Eden, ... [bursar]
Thomas Hexham, cellarer
(B) ... [5 June 1457 - 21 May 1458]
... [John Eden, bursar
Thomas Hexham, cellarer]
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1458-9   1458-9
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) Pentecost [21 May] 1458 - same feast [13 May] 1459
John Eden, bursar
William Hesleden, cellarer
(B) Pentecost [21 May] 1458 - same feast [13 May] 1459
John Eden, bursar
William Hesleden, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1462-3   1462-3
Pentecost [6 June] 1462 - same feast [29 May] 1463
Thomas Haughton, bursar
Thomas Darlington, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1464-5   1464-5
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [20 May] 1464 - same feast [2 June] 1465
Thomas Haughton, bursar
Robert Billingham, cellarer
(B) ... [20 May 1464 - 2 June] '65
... [Thomas Haughton, bursar
Robert Billingham, cellarer]
Draft
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1465-6   1465-6
Pentecost [2 June] 1465 - same feast [25 May] 1466
Thomas Haughton, bursar
Robert Weardale, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1467-8   1467-8
... [c.17 May 1467 - c.5 June 1468]
... [Robert Weardale, bursar
Robert West, cellarer]
The period covered is taken to approximate to that of the Bursar's Account 1467-8 since the livery to the Cellarer on that Account matches the total of the sections of this Indenture exactly. Lacuna supplied as for Bursar's Account 1467-8. Accountants named on Bursar's Account 1467-8.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1468-9   1468-9
... [c.5 June 1468 - c.21 May 1469]
... [Robert Weardale, bursar
Robert West, cellarer]
The period covered is taken to approximate to that of the Bursar's Account 1468-9 since the livery to the Cellarer on that Account, before lowered by 1s, matches the total of this Indenture exactly. Lacuna supplied as for Bursar's Account 1468-9. Accountants named on Bursar's Account 1468-9.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1470-1   1470-1
Pentecost [10 June] 1470 - same feast [2 June] 1471
Robert Weardale, bursar
Robert West, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1472-3   1472-3
Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
Robert Weardale, bursar
John Forest & George Cornforth, cellarers
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1473-4   1473-4
Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
Robert Weardale, bursar
George Cornforth, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1474-5   1474-5
Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - same feast [14 May] 1475
Robert Weardale, bursar
George Cornforth, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1476-7   1476-7
Pentecost [2 June] 1476 - same feast [25 May] 1477
Robert Weardale, bursar
George Cornforth, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1478-9   1478-9
Pentecost [10 May] 1478 - same feast [30 May] 1479
John Swan, bursar
George Cornforth, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds [c. 1480]   [c. 1480]
...
...
The heading and the total are missing. This Indenture appears to be after that for 1476-7 on which Robert Smith is found selling honey, as his widow is mentioned selling honey and pigs; it appears to be before that for 1485-6 on which Robert Stedman's widow is found selling fish, as he is mentioned selling fish. Between these dates most of the Indentures survive and this is not a duplicate of any of them; the gaps are 1477-8, 1479-80 and possibly 1483-4.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1480-1   1480-1
... [c.21 May 1480 - c.10 June 1481]
... [John Swan, bursar
George Cornforth, cellarer]
The period covered is taken to approximate to that of the Bursar's Account 1480-1 since the livery to the Cellarer on that Account matches the total of this Indenture exactly. Accountant named on Bursar's Account 1480-1.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1481-2   1481-2
...t' [10 June] 1481 - same feast [26 May] ...82
John Swan, bursar
Geoffrey For... [Forest, cellarer]
It is clear that this Indenture does not open before Pentecost 1481 as the Status on Cellarer's Account 1480-1 (A) shows that Geoffrey Forest only became cellarer on that date. On the other hand it is clear that this Indenture does not close after Pentecost 1482 as the Bursar-Cellarer Indenture 1482-3 opens on that date.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1482-3   1482-3
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [26 May] 1482 - same feast [18 May] 1483
John Swan, bursar
Geoffrey Forest, cellarer
(B) ... [26 May 1482 - 18 May 1483]
... [John Swan, bursar
Geoffrey Forest, cellarer]
Draft
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds [? 1483 - 1484 ?]   [? 1483 - 1484 ?]
...
...
The heading and the total are missing. The Indenture appears to be after that for 1482-3 on which Richard Bettes is found selling piglets, as his widow is mentioned selling pigs; it appears to be before that for 1485-6 on which John Jonson's widow is found selling pigs, as he is mentioned selling calves. As this Indenture is not a duplicate of that for 1484-5, it may be supposed to be for 1483-4.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1484-5   1484-5
Pentecost [6 June] 1484 - same feast [22 May] 1485
John Swan, bursar
Geoffrey Forest, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1485-6   1485-6
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [22 May] 1485 - same feast [14 May] 1486
Geoffrey Forest, bursar
Henry Dalton, cellarer
(B) ... [22 May 1485 - 14 May 1486]
... [Geoffrey Forest, bursar
Henry Dalton, cellarer]
Draft
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1487-8   1487-8
Pentecost [3 June] 1487 - same feast [25 May] 1488
Geoffrey Forest, bursar
John Hamsterley, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1489-90   1489-90
Pentecost [7 June] 1489 - same feast 149. [30 May 1490]
Henry Dalton, bursar
Thomas ... [Wrake, cellarer]
The period covered is clearly only one year. Lacuna supplied from Cellarer's Account 1489-90.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1490-1   1490-1
Pentecost [30 May] 1490 - same feast [22 May] 1491
Henry Dalton, bursar
Thomas Wrake, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1492-3   1492-3
Pentecost [10 June] 1492 - same feast [26 May] 1493
Thomas Durham, bursar
Robert Strother, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1493-4   1493-4
Pentecost [26 May] 1493 - same feast [18 May] 1.94
Thomas Durham, bursar
Robert Strot... [Strother], cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1494-5   1494-5
... [c.18 May 1494 - c.7 June 1495]
... [Henry Dalton, bursar
John Porter, cellarer]
The period covered is taken to approximate to that of the Bursar's Account 1494-5 since the livery to the Cellarer on that Account matches the total of this Indenture exactly. Accountants named on Bursar's Account 1494-5.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1495-6   1495-6
Pentecost [7 June] 1495 - same feast [22 May] 1496
William Hawkwell, bursar
Richard Evenwood, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1497-8   1497-8
Pentecost [14 May] 1497 - same feast [3 June] 1498
William Hawkwell, bursar
John Riddell, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1498-9   1498-9
... [c.3 June 1498 - c.19 May 1499] ... [William Hawkwell, bursar John Riddell, cellarer]
The period covered is taken to approximate to that of the Bursar's Account 1498-9 (A) since the livery to the Cellarer on that Account matches the total of this Indenture exactly. Accountants named on Bursar's Account 1498-9 (A).
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1499-1500   1499-1500
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [19 May] 1499 - same feast [7 June] 150
William Hawkwell, bursar
John Riddell, cellarer
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [19 May] 1499 - same feast 15.. [7 June 1500]
William ...well [Hawkwell], bursar
John Riddell, cellarer
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1500-1   1500-1
Pentecost [7 June] 1500 - same feast [30 May] 1501
William Hawkwell, bursar
John Riddell, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1501-2   1501-2
Pentecost ... [30 May 1501 - c.15 May 1502]
... [William Hawkwell, bursar
Robert Mody, cellarer]
The opening date is established from the fact that the Indenture takes up the stock remaining on the Indenture closed on this date. The details of the Indenture give no indication that the period covered is not a full year, and it is taken to be so. Accountants named on Bursar's Account 1501-2.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1503-4   1503-4
Pentecost [4 June] 1503 - same feast [26 May] 1504
William Hawkwell, bursar
Robert Her...[rington], cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1504-5   1504-5
Pentecost [26 May] 1504 - same feast [11 May] 1505
William Hawkwell, bursar
Robert Herrington, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1507-8   1507-8
Pentecost [23 May] 1507 - same feast [11 June] 1508
Robert Strother, bursar
William Wearmouth, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1508-9   1508-9
Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
Robert Strother, bursar
William Wearmouth, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1509-10   1509-10
Pentecost [27 May] 1509 - same feast [19 May] 1510
Robert Strother, bursar
William Wearmouth, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1510-1   1510-1
Pentecost [19 May] 1510 - same feast [8 June] 1511
Robert Strother, bursar
Thomas Barnes, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1512-3   1512-3
Pentecost [30 May] 1512 - same feast [15 May] 1513
Robert Strother, bursar
Thomas Barnes, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1515-6   1515-6
Pentecost [27 May] 1515 - same feast [11 May] 1516
Thomas Barnes, bursar
Robert Eland, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1516-7   1516-7
... 15.. [11 May 1516 - 31 May 1517]
... [Thomas Barnes], bursar
... [Richard Poole, cellarer]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Indenture takes up the stock remaining on the Indenture closed on that date, while the closing date is established from the fact that the stock left at the end of this Indenture is taken up on the Indenture opened on that date. It is clear from the Bursar's Account 1519-20 that Thomas Barnes had accounted for the five preceding years. Richard Poole accounted as Cellarer for the period covered by this Indenture.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1517-8   1517-8
Pentecost [31 May] 1517 - same feast [23 May] 1518
Thomas Barnes, bursar
Richard Poole, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1520-1   1520-1
Pentecost [27 May] 1520 - same feast [19 May] 1521
Thomas Barnes, bursar
John Castell, cellarer
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 106.
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1521-2   1521-2
Pentecost [19 May] 1521 - same feast ... [8 June 1522]
... [John Castell], bursar
Robert Bennett, cellarer
The period covered is clearly only one year. Bursar named: 12 November 1521 [Halmote Court Book III: f.137v].

Uncompleted draft, 24 May 1523 - 15 May 1524, subsumed in Bursar's Account 1523-4
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1527-8   1527-8
Pentecost ... [9 June 1527] - ... [c.31 May] 1528
... [Robert Bennett, bursar]
The period covered is clearly only one year. The closing date was very probably the same feast as the opening date, in common with other Indentures of this period. Bursar named: 12 November 1527 [Halmote Court Book III: f.142r].
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1535-6   1535-6
Pentecost [16 May] 1535 - same feast [4 June] 1536
Robert Bennett, bursar
Roger Middleham, cellarer
DCD-Bur-Celr. inds 1536-7   1536-7
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [4 June] 1536 - same feast [20 May] 1537
Robert Bennett, bursar
Roger Middleham, cellarer
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [4 June] 1536 - same feast [20 May] 1537
Robert Bennett,... [bursar]
Roger Middleham, cellarer
Counterpart
Granator
Reference: DCD-Gran. acs
Dates of creation: 1294-1534
Extent: 118 items
DCD-Gran. acs 1294-5 ?   1294-5 ?
...
...
Under Arrears of Avermalts, near foot of the face, the first of two entries refer to Roger Barry's arrears of four years' and three years' standing respectively, and the fourth entry to [John Wltopper's] of two years' standing; this indicates that this is the account for ?1295-6, on which the corresponding entries each put the number of years one greater.
DCD-Gran. acs 1295-6 ?   1295-6 ?
..96, Friday before Ne... [11 May 1296] - Friday ... - same day next year
... ola...y [Roger of School Aycliffe]
First part of heading seems to be a statement of the date on which this Account was delivered: "Compot suum" survives, the accusative suggesting that "deliberavit", or some such words, should be supplied in the lacuna. This would make this the Account for 1295-6 rather than 1296-7. The remnant of the medieval endorsement shows 'Roge. ..lacle''

Summary, [c. 1300]: 3.4.Elemos.6c.
DCD-Gran. acs 1303-4   1303-4
... [23 Aug. 1303 - 21 Aug. 1304]
... [Michael of Chilton]
Lacunae supplied as per Summary account (next item).
Totals on the small fragment retrieved from Misc.Ch. 7073 match the appropriate entries in the last section on face of Summary Account, and rest of roll those on dorse.
DCD-Gran. acs 1303-4   1303-4
Feast of Friday ... Bartholomew [23 Aug] 1303 - same feast [21 Aug] '304
Michael [of Chilton]
Summary
Granator's Account for 1305-6 opens on the Friday before Bartholomew; this account is taken to do the same. Full name of accountant given on late medieval endorsement: he accounted as Granator 1305-6, and there is no other known Durham monk called Michael at this date.
DCD-Gran. acs 1305-6   1305-6
... [20 Aug. 1305 - 19 Aug. 1306]
... [Michael of Chilton]
Date supplied from Summary, accountant from entry under Purchase of Malt, confirmed by Summary.
DCD-Gran. acs Summary, 1305-6   Summary, 1305-6
Friday before Bartholomew [20 Aug] '305 - the same [19 Aug] 1306
Michael -- [of Chilton]
Full name of accountant given in detailed account under Purchase of Malt
DCD-Gran. acs 1308-9   1308-9
... [22 Aug. 1308 - 21 Aug. 1309]
... [Michael of Chilton]
Lacunae supplied from detailed account
DCD-Gran. acs 1308-9   1308-9
Thursday before Bartholomew 1..8 [22 Aug 1308] - same day [21 Aug] '309
Michael of Chilton
Summary

[c. 1311]: Misc.Ch. 6080.
DCD-Gran. acs 1312-3   1312-3
Thursday ... Assumption (10/17 August) '12 - same day ... [9/16 August 1313]
Michael --- [of Chilton]
Whether the Account opened before or after Assumption seems impossible to determine. The Account is clearly for one year only. The situation is precisely as on Granator's Summary, 1303-4, q.v.
DCD-Gran. acs 1314-5 ?   1314-5 ?
...
...
Although the arrears of tithes include some for 'anno etc xiiij', a comparison with those on the Account 1315-6 seems to show that this Account is earlier than that. At the end of this Account the granary is empty of malt, as it was at the beginning of the Account 1315-6, and the stock of wheat may tally, although it is only the first figure that can be read on the Account 1315-6, and then rather unreliably; there also appears to be a relationship between the excess expenditure of malt on this Account and the first livery of malt on the Account 1315-6. It seems likely that this Account immediately precedes the Account 1315-6.
DCD-Gran. acs 1315-6   1315-6
Two copies:
(A) ... [7 August 1315 - 5 August 1316]
... [Alan of Marton]
Duplicate
(B) ... [7 August 1315 - 5 August 1316]
... [Alan of Marton]
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs Summary, 1315-6   Summary, 1315-6
Thursday before Lawrence [7 August] 1315 - same Thursday, Oswald m, [5 August] 1316
Alan of Marton
DCD-Gran. acs 1316-7   1316-7
Two copies:
(A) ... [5 August 1316 - c.4 August 1317]
...
Duplicate
(B) ... [5 August 1316 - c.4 August 1317]
...
Duplicate
Purchases of corn and malt show that both Alexander and John de Herneby were Bursars during the period of this Account; John took Alexander's place on 9 January 1317. This Account follows on immediately from the Account closed on Oswald/Thursday before Lawrence 1316, for the stock of malt left on that Account is carried forward onto this Account. This Account appears to be for a year, as there are expenses for the 13 four-week months making a year.
DCD-Gran. acs 1328-9   1328-9
Two copies:
(A) ... [21 July 1328 - 20 July 1329]
... [Hugh of Woodburn]
Duplicate
(B) ... [21 July 1328 - 20 July 1329]
... [Hugh of Woodburn]
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs Summary, 1328-9   Summary, 1328-9
Thursday before James .3.8 [21 July 1328] - same day next year [20 July 1329]
Hugh of Woodburn
Purchases of wheat and malt show that both John Lutterell and John de Crepyng were Bursars during the period of this Account; Crepyng took Lutterell's place as Bursar on 1 November 1328, and so the decade of this Account is clear.
DCD-Gran. acs 1341-2   1341-2
Thursday before Martin [8 November] 1-41 - Friday before ... next year [8 November 1342]
William of Stapleton
Dorse: List of Prior's tenants fined by bishop's justices, 15 - 17 Pont. Langley (as on 1.5.Pont.21 m. 1)
Expenditure shows that this Account covered a year: it embraces the 13 four week months making a year.

Avermalt arrears, '1346': Misc. Ch. 7268
DCD-Gran. acs 1346-7   1346-7
Thursday after Andrew [30 November/7 December] 1346 - Friday before James [20/27 July] 1347
William of Bamburgh
The dates as given embrace a period of 32 weeks, but the heading states that the Account covers 33 weeks, and the monthly expenditure of corn and malt confirms this. The Account should therefore have opened a week earlier, on Thursday the feast of Andrew, or closed a week later, on Friday after James; which cannot be determined.
DCD-Gran. acs [c. 1355-60]   [c. 1355-60]
...
Arrears are mentioned for the years '50, '51, '52, 53', 54'...; the list may have continued further.
DCD-Gran. acs [c. 1370]   [c. 1370]
...
...
The script suggets that this fragment is to be dated between the Granator's Accounts for c.1355-60 and 1376-7.
DCD-Gran. acs [1376-7]   [1376-7]
...
... [Thomas d'Autre]
Purchases of wheat and barley mention William of Killerby, who was therefore Bursar during the period of this Account; he held this office for 46 weeks: 11.xi.1376 - 29.ix.1377. The bushels and pecks of barley bought match those given on the Bursar's Account 1376-7, and the fact that the amount of wheat purchased does not tally in the same way is a result of this Account covering six fewer weeks than the Bursar's Account: 10 four week months as against 46 weeks. Accountant named on Bursar's Account 1376-7.

Notes of barley received [c. 1400]: Farne Ac. 1414-5 (B) dorse
DCD-Gran. acs 1401-2   1401-2
Barnabas [11 June] 1401 - same feast [11 June] next year, '02.
Richard Haswell
DCD-Gran. acs 1405-6   1405-6
Two copies:
(A) ... [c.30 May 1405 - c.30 May 1406]
John ... [Lytham or Swineshead?]
Duplicate
(B) ... [c.30 May 1405 - c.30 May 1406]
John ... [Lytham or Swineshead?]
Duplicate
The closing date is established from the fact that the Account opening c.30 May 1406 takes up .68 quarters of malt, corresponding to 168 quarters remaining on this Account. The approximate opening date can be deduced, for this Account covers 13 four week months. Bursar-Granator's Indenture 1404-5 shows Lytham as Granator; Bursar-Granator's Indenture 1406 has Swineshead.
DCD-Gran. acs 1406   1406
... [c.30 May - c.11 November 1406]
... [John Swineshead]
Entries on this Account agree with Bursar-Granator's Indenture for Pentecost-Martinmas 1406; they both cover the same period: 5 months and 3 weeks. The wheat remaining on this Account is taken up on the Account opened on Morrow of Martin 1406. Named as the last Granator on Account opened on Morrow of Martin 1406, and on Bursar-Granator's Indenture 1406.
DCD-Gran. acs 1406-7   1406-7
Friday, Morrow of Martin [12 November] 1406 - Friday, Morrow of Nereus & Achilleus [13 May] 1407
Thomas Witton
DCD-Gran. acs 1407-8   1407-8
... [13 May 1407 - c.1 June 1408]
... [Thomas Witton]
The opening date is established by the fact that this Account takes up the stock of barley remaining on the Account closed on 13 May 1407. The closing date is deduced from the period of the Account: 13 four week months and 3 weeks. Comparison of the totals of barley and oats bought by the Bursar with Bursar-Granator's Indenture 1407-8 confirms the date. Accountant named on Bursar-Granator's Indenture 1407-8.
DCD-Gran. acs 1408-9   1408-9
... [c.1 June 1408 - 2 June 1409]
...
The closing date is established from the fact that the wheat remaining on this Account is taken up on the Account opening on 2 June 1409. The opening date is deduced from the period of the Account: 13 four week months.
DCD-Gran. acs 1409-10   1409-10
Marcellinus & Peter [2 June] 1409 - Octave of Innocents same year [4 January 1410]
Thomas Moorby
DCD-Gran. acs 1410   1410
Two copies:
(A) Circumcision 1409 [1 January 1410] - Basil [14 June] 1410
Thomas Witton
Duplicate
(B) Circumcision 1409 [1 January 1410] - Basil [14 June] 1410
Thomas Witton
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1411-2   1411-2
Basil [14 June] 1411 - same day [14 June] next year, '12
Roger Lanchester
DCD-Gran. acs 1412-3   1412-3
... [14 June 1412 - 14 June 1413]
... [Roger of Lanchester]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the stock of barley remaining on the Account closed on 14 June 1412. The closing date is established from the fact that the Account opened on 14 June 1413 takes up the stock of wheat remaining on this Account. The arrears of barley on the Account 1413-4 show that Roger of Lanchester accounted for the previous three years.
DCD-Gran. acs 1413-4   1413-4
Basil [14 June] 1413 - same day [25 May] next year, '14
Roger Lanchester
Monthly expenditure of corn and malt shows that this Account covered 49 weeks, rather than 52, and it clearly closed on the day on which the next Account was opened: Urban.
DCD-Gran. acs 1414-5   1414-5
Two copies:
(A) Urban [25 May] 1.14 - 17 May next year [1415]
John Fishburn
Duplicate
(B) Urban [25 May] 1414 - 17 May next year [1415]
John Fishburn
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1415-6   1415-6
Dunstan [19 May] 1.15 - same feast next year [19 May 1416]
John Wycliff
DCD-Gran. acs 1416-7   1416-7
Dunstan ... [19 May 1416] - same feast ... year, '17, and 2 weeks more [c.1 June 1417]
John Wycliff
It is clear that the Account covers one year and two weeks. The precise closing date is in doubt as two full weeks after 19 May go beyond the opening date of the next Account: 30 May.
DCD-Gran. acs 1417-8   1417-8
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [30 May] 1417 - same ... [15 May] next ..., '18
John Wycliff
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [30 May] 1417 - ... [15 May] next year, '18
John Wycliff
Duplicate
It is clear that the lacuna is 'feast', for expenditure covers 50 weeks.
DCD-Gran. acs 1419-20   1419-20
... [4 June 1419 - 26 May 1420]
... [Thomas Heslerig]
Dates and name of Accountant established by comparison with Bursar-Granator's Indenture 1419-20.
DCD-Gran. acs 1421-2   1421-2
Alban [22 June] '21 - Pentecost [31 May] '22
William Partrike

DCD-Gran. acs 1422-3   1422-3
Pentecost [31 May] 1422 - same feast [23 May] next year, '23
William Partrike
DCD-Gran. acs 1423-4   1423-4
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [23 May] 1423 - same feast next year [11 June 1424]
William Partrike
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost 1..3 [23 May 1423] - ... feast next year [11 June 1424]
William Partrike
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1424-5   1424-5
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [11 June] 1424 - same feast [27 May] next year, '25
William Partrike
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost ... [11 June 1424] - same feast [27 May] ...25
William Partrike
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1432   1432
Pentecost [8 June] 1432 - Martin next [11 November 1432]
Thomas Ford
DCD-Gran. acs 1432-3   1432-3
Martin [11 November] 1432 - same feast next year [11 November 1433]
Thomas Ford
DCD-Gran. acs 1438-9   1438-9
... [?24 August 1438 - 29 September 1439]
... [Richard Blackburn, with Thomas Ford as colleague]
Dorse:Grain in hand
The closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened at Michaelmas 1439; the opening date is taken to be the same as on the Bursar's and Cellarer's Accounts for this year, when the Bursar's revenues were first divided among the three of them. Colleague named under Wardrobe Expenses, Accountant on Cellarer's Account 1438-9.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103. 626 Bursar's ac. 'c. 1439'.
DCD-Gran. acs 1439-40   1439-40
Michael [29 September] 1439 - ... feast [29 September] 1440
Richard Blackburn, with Thomas Ford as colleague
DCD-Gran. acs 1440-1   1440-1
... [29 September 1440 - 29 September 1441]
... [Richard Blackburn, with Thomas Lewyn as colleague]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the balance of the Account closed at Michaelmas 1440, and the closing date from the fact that the balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened at Michaelmas 1441. Colleague named under Wardrobe Expenses, Accountant on Cellarer's Account 1440-1.
Extracted: Surtees Society 103.627-8 (as Bursar's ac.).

Reckoning with prior, 4 March 1441: Misc. Ch. 7272
DCD-Gran. acs 1441-2   1441-2
Michael [29 Sept.] 1441 - Invention of Cross following [3 May 1442]
Richard Blackburn, with Thomas Lewin as colleague
Dorse: List of grain in hand, Invention of Cross [3 May] 1442
DCD-Gran. acs 1442   1442
Two copies:
(A) Invention of Cross [3 May] 1442 - Michael following [29 Sept. 1442]
Thomas Lewyn with William Hesleden as colleague
Duplicate
(B) Invention of Cross [3 May] 1442 - Michael following [29 Sept. 1442]
Thomas Lewyn with William Hesleden as colleague
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1442-3   1442-3
Two copies:
(A) Michael [29 Sept.] 1.42 - ... next year [29 Sept. 1443]
Thomas ... [Lewyn] with Henry Rakett as colleague
Duplicate
Schedule: Purchase of wheat:- further entries
(B) Michael [29 Sept.] 1442 - same feast next year [29 Sept. 1443]
Thomas Lewyn with Henry Rakett as colleague
Duplicate
Schedule 1: Purchase of wheat:- further entries
Schedule 2: Purchase of barley:- further entries
DCD-Gran. acs 1443-4   1443-4
Two copies:
(A) Michael [29 Sept.] 1443 - same feast next year [29 Sept. 1444]
Thomas Lewyn with Henry Rakett as colleague
Duplicate
(B) Michael [29 Sept.] 1443 - same feast following [29 Sept. 1444]
Thomas Lewyn with Henry Rakett as colleague
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1444-5   1444-5
Two copies:
(A) Michael [29 Sept.] 1444 - Martin [11 Nov.] 1445
Thomas Lewyn, with Thomas Hexham as colleague
Duplicate
(B) Michael [29 Sept.] 1444 - Martin [11 Nov.] 1445
Thomas Lewyn, with Thomas Hexham as colleague
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1446-7   1446-7
... [5 June 1446 - 28 May 1447]
... [Thomas Hexham]
Entries for receipts tally with Bursar-Granator Indenture 1446-7, which is Martinmas-Pentecost. This account shows expenditure over 51 weeks - Pentecost-Pentecost. Accountant named Bursar-Granator Indenture 1446-7.
DCD-Gran. acs 1449-50   1449-50
... 1449 ... [c. 1 June] 1449 [- c. 24 May 1450]
H... [?Henry Rakett]
It is not immediately clear whether this is for 1448-9 or 1449-50, although position of surviving date suggests that it is the year in which account opened. Comparison with Bursar-Granator's Indenture 1449-50 is inconclusive. For the earlier period is the 19th century label "1448", but this must be set aside. Amounts of wheat barley and oats on Pittington Account Pentecost 1449-50 under Sales match amounts on this account obtained from Manors in Hand, of which Pittington seems to have been the only one at this date. The period of expenditure of 51 weeks is compatible with a period between an Easter-dependent feast in 1449-50, but not 1448-9. Account is assumed from current standards to run from Pentecost. Reg. IV f.69r shows only 3 members of the Durham community on 26 Feb 1449 with christian names starting "H". Henry Ferriby was Prior of Finchale in 1449-50. Henry Helay, made subprior of Finchale in May 1448 (Reg Parv III f.29v) and still there Feb 1448 (Reg IV f.69r) was much more experienced than any Granator of this period. Henry Rakett was younger and much likelier.

Grain receipts-book, 11 November 1449 - 11 November 1450: Misc. Ch. 7274

Grain receipts-book, 29 September 1450 - 29 September 1451: Misc. Ch. 7275

Grain receipts-book, 11 November [1451 ?] - 11 November [1452 ?]: Misc. Ch. 7276
DCD-Gran. acs 1452-3   1452-3
... [28 May 1452 - 20 May 1453]
... [William Cocken]
Closing date from grain remaining on this Account taken up on Account opening Pentecost 1453. Expenditure covers 51 weeks, establishing opening date. Accountant clearly as for Account 1453-4, where first entry refers to "his last account of immediately preceding Year"

Grain receipts-book, [? 1452 - 1453 ?]: Misc. Ch. 7277
DCD-Gran. acs 1453-4   1453-4
Pentecost [20 May] 1453 - same feast [9 June] 1454
... [William Cocken]
Accountant named in medieval endorsements, confirmed by first entry Account 1454-5 "his last account of immediately preceding year"
DCD-Gran. acs 1454-5   1454-5
Pentecost [9 June] 1454 - same feast [25 May] 1455
William Cocken
DCD-Gran. acs 1455-6   1455-6
Pentecost [25 May] 1455 - same feast [16 May] 1456
William Cocken
DCD-Gran. acs 1456-7   1456-7
Pentecost [16 May] 1456 - same feast [5 June] 1457
William Cocken
DCD-Gran. acs 1457-8   1457-8
Pentecost [5 June] 1457 - same ... [21 May] 1458
Thomas Holme
DCD-Gran. acs 1458-9   1458-9
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [21 May] 1458 - same feast [13 May] 1459
Thomas Holme
Duplicate
(B) ... [21 May 1458 - 13 May 1459]
... [Thomas Holme]
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1459-60   1459-60
Pentecost [13 May] 1459 - same feast [1 June] 1460
Richard Wrake
DCD-Gran. acs 1460-1   1460-1
Pentecost [1 June] 1460 - same feast [24 May] 1461
John Lilburn
DCD-Gran. acs 1461-2   1461-2
Pentecost [24 May] 1461 - same feast [6 June] 1462
John Lilburn
DCD-Gran. acs 1462-3   1462-3
Pentecost [6 June] 1462 - same feast [29 May] '63
Robert Billingham
DCD-Gran. acs 1463-4   1463-4
Pentecost [29 May] 1463 - same feast [20 May] 1464
Richard Steel
DCD-Gran. acs 1464-5   1464-5
Pentecost [20 May] 1464 - same feast [2 June] 1465
Richard Steel
DCD-Gran. acs 1469-70   1469-70
Pentecost [21 May] 1469 - same feast [10 June] 1470
John Green
DCD-Gran. acs 1471-2   1471-2
Pentecost [2 June] 1471 - same feast [17 May] 1472
Richard Hartlepool
DCD-Gran. acs 1472-3   1472-3
Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
Richard Hartlepool

DCD-Gran. acs 1473-4   1473-4
... [6 June 1473 - 29 May 1474]
... [Richard Hartlepool]
Opening date from Account taking up grain remaining on Account closed Pentecost 1473, closing date from expenditure covering 51 weeks. Accountant named Bursar-Granator Indenture 1473-4.
DCD-Gran. acs 1474-5   1474-5
... [29 May 1474 - 14 May 1475]
...
Closing date established as grain remaining on this Account is taken up on Account opening Pentecost 1475, opening date from expenditure covering 50 weeks.
DCD-Gran. acs 1475-6   1475-6
Pentecost [14 May] 1475 - same feast [2 June] 1476
Thomas Young
DCD-Gran. acs 1476-7   1476-7
Pentecost [2 June] 1476 - [25 May] 1477 same feast
Thomas Young
DCD-Gran. acs 1477-8   1477-8
Two copies:
(A) ... [25 May 1477 - 10 May 1478]
... [Thomas Young]
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost [25 May] 1477 - same feast [10 May] 1478
Thomas Young
Draft
DCD-Gran. acs 1479-80   1479-80
Pentecost [30 May] 1479 - same feast [21 May] 1480
Willian Brown
DCD-Gran. acs 1480-1   1480-1
Pentecost [21 May] 1480 - same feast [10 June] 1481
William Brown
DCD-Gran. acs 1481-2   1481-2
... [10 June 1481] - same feast 148. [26 May 1482]
William Brown
Opening date from this Account taking up grain remaining on Account closed Pentecost 1481. Expenditure shows Account to cover 50 weeks.
DCD-Gran. acs 1485-6   1485-6
Pentecost [22 May] 1.85 - same feast 148. [14 May 1486]
William ... [Smirk]
Expenditure shows account covered 51 weeks. Accountant named on Bursar-Granator Indentures 1485-6
DCD-Gran. acs 1489-90   1489-90
Pentecost [7 June] 1489 - same feast [30 May] 1490
Thomas Lawson
DCD-Gran. acs 1492-3   1492-3
Three copies:
(A) Pentecost [10 June] 1492 - same feast [26 May] 1493
Richard Evenwood
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [10 June] 1492 - same feast [26 May] 1493
Richard Evenwood
Duplicate
(C) ... [10 June] .492 - same feast [26 May] 1493
Richard Evenwood
Draft
DCD-Gran. acs 1494-5   1494-5
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [18 May] 1494 - same feast [7 June] 1495
Richard Evenwood
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost [18 May] 1494 - ... [7 June] 1495
Richard Evenwood
Draft
DCD-Gran. acs 1495-6   1495-6
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [7 June] 1495 - same feast [22 May] 1496
Edmund More
Duplicate
(B) ... [7 June 1495] - same feast 1... [22 May 1496]
... [Edmund More]
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1496-7   1496-7
Pentecost [22 May] 1496 - same feast [14 May] 1497
Edmund More
DCD-Gran. acs Rough form, [c.1498]   Rough form, [c.1498]
DCD-Gran. acs 1500-1   1500-1
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [7 June] 1500 - same feast [30 May] 1501
Robert Todd
Duplicate
(B) ... [7 June 1500 - 30 May 1501]
... [Robert Todd]
Duplicate
DCD-Gran. acs 1501-2   1501-2
Pentecost [30 May] 1501 - same feast [15 May] 1502
Robert Todd.
DCD-Gran. acs 1505-6   1505-6
Pentecost [11 May] 1505 - same feast 15.. [31 May 1506]
Robert Todd.
Expenditure shows this account covers 55 weeks.
DCD-Gran. acs 1508-9   1508-9
Pentecost [11 June] 1508- same feast [27 May] 1509
Robert Todd
DCD-Gran. acs 1509-10   1509-10
... [27 May 1509 - 19 May 1510]
...
Opening date established by this Account taking up grain remaining on Account closed at Pentecost 1509; closing date because grain remaining on this Account is taken up on that of 1510.
DCD-Gran. acs 1510-1   1510-1
Pentecost [19 May] 1510 - same feast [8 June] 1511
Peter Lee & Richard Wolfe
Peter Lee's expenses to Oxford appear on Bursar's Account 1510-1 (A); Richard Wolfe was recalled from Holy Island 31 May 150 (Reg. Parv. IV f.185r). This suggests they were Granators consecutively rather than concurrently.
DCD-Gran. acs 1511-2   1511-2
Pentecost [8 June] 1511 - same feast [30 May] 1512
John Castell
DCD-Gran. acs 1512-3   1512-3
Pentecost [30 May] 1512 - same feast [15 May] 1513
John Castell
DCD-Gran. acs 1513-4   1513-4
... [15 May] 1513 - same [4 June] 1514
John Castell
Opening feast is confirmed because this Account takes up the grain given as remaining on that closed at Pentecost 1513.
DCD-Gran. acs 1515-6   1515-6
Pentecost [27 May] 1515- same feast [11 May] 1516
John Porter
DCD-Gran. acs 1516-7   1516-7
Pentecost [11 May] 1516 - same feast [31 May] 1517
John Porter
DCD-Gran. acs 1519-20   1519-20
Pentecost [12 June] 1519 - same feast [27 May] 1520
William Wearmouth
DCD-Gran. acs 1522-3   1522-3
Pentecost [8 June] 1522 - same feast [24 May] 1523
Henry Bek
DCD-Gran. acs 1528-9   1528-9
Pentecost [31 May] 1528 - same feast [16 May] 1529
William Hartlepool
DCD-Gran. acs 1530-1 or 1531-2   1530-1 or 1531-2
... [5 June 1530 - 28 May 1531 or 28 May 1531 - 19 May 1532]
...
Heading of the section of this Account for provender oats does not mention peas and beans, as Accounts up to 1519-20 do; this same section includes receipts from tithes, as do Accounts 1528-9 and 1533-4, but not 1522-3 and before. Thus, this Account is taken to be later than 1522-3. It does not duplicate surviving Accounts for 1528-9 or 1536-7. Assuming it runs from Pentecost to Pentecost, as other Granator Accounts, only three years in this range are compatible; 1527-8, 1530-1 and 1531-2. 1527-8 is eliminated because grain remaining on this account is not taken up on the account opening Pentecost 1528.
DCD-Gran. acs 1533-4   1533-4
Pentecost [1 June] 1533 - same feast [24 May] 1534
Simon Middleham
Bursar-Granator Indentures
Reference: DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds
Dates of creation: 1396-1537
Extent: 99 items
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1396-7   1396-7
Pentecost [21 May] 1396 - -- [10 June 1397]
--
The closing date is established from the fact that the various quantities given correspond to those on the Bursar's Account 1396-7, closed on this date.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1401-2   1401-2
Pentecost [22 May] 1401 - same next year [14 May 1402]
Roger of Mainsforth, bursar
Richard of Haswell, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1402-3   1402-3
Pentecost [14 May] 1402 - same feast next year [3 June 1403]
Roger of Mainsforth, bursar
Richard of Haswell, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1404-5   1404-5
Urban [25 May] 1404 - 5 June '05
Richard of Haswell, bursar
John Lytham, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1406   1406
Pentecost [30 May] 1406 - Martinmas following [11 November 1406]
R[oger] of M[ainsforth] & John Ryton, bursars
John Swineshead, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1406-7   1406-7
Martinmas [11 November] 1406 - Pentecost following [15 May 1407]
R[oger] of M[ainsforth] & John Ryton, bursars
Thomas Witton, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1407-8   1407-8
Pentecost [15 May] 1407 - same feast next year [3 June 1408]
Richard of Haswell, bursar
Thomas Witton, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1412-3   1412-3
-- [c.22 May 1412 - c.11 June 1413]
-- [John Mores, bursar
Roger Lanchester, granator]
As the various quantities given correspond to those on the Bursar's Account 1412-3,the dates are taken to be approximately the same. The former accountant is named on the Bursar's Account 1412-3 (A), while the Arrears of barley on the Granator's Account 1413-4 show that Roger Lanchester accounted for the previous three years.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1413-4   1413-4
Pentecost [11 June] 1413 - same feast next year [27 May 1414]
William Drax, bursar
Roger Lanchester, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1414-5   1414-5
25 May 1414 - 7 May ... [1415]
-- [William Drax, bursar]
John Fishburn, granator
The quantities correspond to those given on Bursar's Account 1414-5. Accountant named on Bursar's Account 1414-5.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1416-7   1416-7
Pentecost [7 June] 1416 - same feast ... [30 May 1417]
William Drax, bursar
John Wycliff, granator
The quantities correspond to those given on Bursar's Account 1416-7.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1417-8   1417-8
Pentecost [30 May] 1417 - same feast next year [15 May 1418]
Henry Helay, bursar
John Wy... [Wycliff], granator
Named on Granator's Account 1417-8.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1418-9   1418-9
-- [c.15 May 1418 - c.4 June 1419]
-- [Henry Helay, bursar
Thomas Nesbitt, granator]
As the various quantities correspond to those given on the Bursar's Account 1418-9, the dates are taken to be approximately the same. The name of the former is established for the Bursar's Account 1418-9, where the name of the latter is given.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1419-   1419-
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [4 June] 1419 - same feast next year [26 May 1420]
John Durham, bursar
Thomas Heslerig, granator
Duplicate
(B) ... 141. ... [4 June 1419 - 26 May 1420]
... [John Durham, bursar
Thomas Heslerig, granator]
Duplicate
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1420-1   1420-1
Pentecost [26 May] 1420 - same feast next year [11 May 1421]
John Durham, bursar
Thomas ... [Heslerig], granator
Named on Bursar's Account 1420-1.
Fragment: Cambridge Jesus College MS Q.G.13 ff.1-8 comprise parts of a Bursar Account 1420-1 that includes details not normally included in the account but in the Bursar-Granator Indenture
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1421-2   1421-2
Alban [22 June] 1421 - Pentecost [31 May] 1422
John Durham, bursar
William Partrike, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1422-3   1422-3
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) Pentecost 1... [31 May 1422 - 23 May 1423]
... [John Durham, bursar]
William Partrike, granator
(B) Pentecost [31 May] 1422 - same feast [23 May] 23
John Durham, bursar
William Partrike, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 23 May 1423 - 11 June 1424   23 May 1423 - 11 June 1424
Pentecost [23 May] 1423 - same feast next year [11 June 1424]
John Durham, bursar
William Partrike, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 27 May 1425 - 19 May 1426   27 May 1425 - 19 May 1426
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [27 May] 1425 - same feast next year [19 May 1426]
John Durham, bursar
William Partrike, granator
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [27 May] 1425 - same feast next year [19 May 1426]
John Durham, bursar
William Partrike, granator
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1426-7   1426-7
Pentecost [19 May] 1426 - same feast next year [8 June 1427]
John Durham, bur...
William Partrike, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1427-8   1427-8
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [8 June] 1427 - same feast [23 May] 28
William Partrike, bursar
Thomas Ford, granator
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [8 June] 1427 - same feast [23 May] 28
William Partrike, bursar
Thomas Ford, granator
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1428-9   1428-9
Pentecost [23 May] 1428 - same feast [15 May] 29
William Partrike, bursar
Thomas Ford, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1433-4   1433-4
Martinmas [11 November] 1433 - same feast next year [11 November 1434]
Thomas Lawson, bursar
Thomas Ford, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1445-6   1445-6
... [c.11 November 1445 - c.5 June 1446]
... [William Eden, bursar]
...
The quantities match those on Bursar's Accounts 1445-6 and the dates are taken to be approximately the same. Named on Bursar's Accounts 1445-6.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1446-7   1446-7
Martinmas [11 November] 1446 - Pentecost [28 May] 1447
William Eden, bursar
Thomas Hexham, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1449-50   1449-50
Pentecost [1 June] 1449 - same feast [24 May] 1450
John Middleham, bursar
--, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds [c. 1451]   [c. 1451]
...
...
This Indenture most resembles that 1449-50; it does appear to be later than that, since John Gibson of Aycliffe is found selling barley on the 1449-50 Indenture, while his widow is found selling oats on this Indenture. The details do not match those on any of the Indentures or Accounts, either of the Bursar or of the Granator, between 1450 and 1460, but there is no material of this kind for the years 1450-1452, and so it seems probable that this Indenture dates from one of those two years.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1454-5   1454-5
...4 - same feast [c.9 June 1454 - c.25 May 1455]
... [John Eden, bursar]
William Cocken, ... [granator]
The various quantities correspond to those on the Bursar's Account 1454-5 and the dates are taken to be approximately the same. Named on Bursar's Account 1454-5.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1457-8   1457-8
... [c.5 June 1457 - c.21 May 1458]
... [John Eden, bursar]
... [Thomas Holme, granator]
The quantities match those on Bursar's Account 1457-8 (A) and the dates are taken to be approximately the same. Named on Bursar's Account 1457-8 (A). Named on Granator's Account 1457-8.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1459-60   1459-60
...9 [13 May 1459] - same feast [1 June] 1460
... [Thomas Haughton, bursar]
Richard Wrake, granato.
From the heading it is clear that the period covered was at least one year; as Richard Wrake only accounted for the year Pentecost 1459-60, the two periods must coincide. It is clear from the Bursar's Account 1464-5 that Thomas Haughton accounted for the previous five years.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1460-1   1460-1
Pentecost [1 June] 1460 - same feast [24 May] 1461
Thomas Haughton, bursar
John Lilburn, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1461-2   1461-2
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) ... [24 May 1461 - 6 June 1462]
... [Thomas Haughton, bursar
John Lilburn, granator]
(B) Pentecost [24 May] 1461 - same feast [6 June] '62
Thomas Haughton, bursar
"Robert Billingham" [recte John Lilburn], granator
The Granator's Account 1461-2 names John Lilburn as Granator and this is confirmed from Reg.IV f.129v, where he is named as Granator on 10 July 1461; the error is presumably explained by the fact that Robert Billingham took office as Granator at Pentecost 1462, according to Granator's Account 1462-3.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1463-4   1463-4
Pentecost [29 May] 1463 - same feast [20 May] 1464
Thomas Haughton, bursar
Richard Steel, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1464-5   1464-5
Two copies: (B) draft.
Endpaper 38
(A) Pentecost [20 May] 1464 - same feast [2 June] 1465
Thomas Haughton, bursar
Richard Steel, granator
(B) Pentecost [20 May] 1464 - same feast [2 June] 1465
Thomas Haughton, bursar
Richard Steel, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1466-7   1466-7
Pentecost [25 May] 14.6 - same ...st [17 May] 1467
Robert Weardale, bursar
John Gr..e [Green], ... [granator]
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1467-8   1467-8
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [17 May] 1467 - same feast [5 June] 1468
Robert Weardale, bursar
John Green, granator
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [17 May] 1467 - same feast [5 June] 1468
Robert Weardale, bursar
John Green, granator
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1468-9   1468-9
Pentecost [5 June] 1468 - same feast [21 May] 1469
Robert Weardale, bursar
John Green, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1470-1   1470-1
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [10 June] 1470 - same feast [2 June] 1471
Robert Weardale, bursar
John Green, granator
Duplicate
(B) ... [10 June 1470 - 2 June 1471]
... [Robert Weardale, bursar
John Green, granator]
Duplicate
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1472-3   1472-3
Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
Robert Weardale, bursar
Richard Hartlepool, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1473-4   1473-4
Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
Robert Weardale, bursar
Richard Hartlepool, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1476-7   1476-7
Pentecost [2 June] 1476 - same feast [25 May] 1477
Robert Weardale, bursar
Thomas Young, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1477-8   1477-8
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [25 May] 1477 - same feast [10 May] 1478
John Swan, bursar
Thomas Young, granator
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [25 May] 1477 - same feast [10 May] 1478
John Swan, bursar
Thomas Young, granator
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1478-9   1478-9
... [c.10 May] .478 - ... 147. [c.30 May 1479]
... [John Swan, bursar]
... [William] Brown, granator
The quantities match those given on Bursar's Account 1478-9 and so the dates are taken to be approximately the same. Named on Bursar's Account 1478-9.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1479-80   1479-80
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) Pentecost [30 May] 1479 - same feast [21 May] 1480
John Swan, bursar
William Brown, granator
(B) ... [30 May] 1479 - same feast [21 May] 1480
John Swan, bursar
William Brown, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1480-1   1480-1
Three copies: [A, B] counterparts; (C) draft
(A) Pentecost [21 May] 1480 - same feast [10 June] 1481
John Swan, bursar
William Brown, granator
(B)... [21 May 1480 - 10 June 1481]
... [John Swan, bursar
William Brown, granator]
(C)... [21 May] .480 - same feast ... [10 June 1481]
... [John Swan, bursar]
William Brown, ... [granator]
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1481-2   1481-2
... [c.10 June] .481 - same feast ... [c.26 May 1482]
... [John Swan, bursar]
William Brown, ... [granator]
The quantities match those given on Bursar's Account 1481-2 and so the dates are taken to be approximately the same. Named on Bursar's Account 1481-2.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1483-4   1483-4
...
... [John Swan, bursar]
...
The names show that this Indenture dates from the last quarter of the fifteenth century; the details match none on the surviving Indentures or Bursar's Accounts, leaving only 1483-4, for which the Bursar's Account is defective. This dating is confirmed by the fact that William Shulmore of West Rainton is found selling oats on the Bursar's Account 1482-3 and his widow appears doing so on this Indenture, while Ralph Claxton is found selling wheat on the Indenture and his widow appears doing so on the Bursar's Account 1484-5. Named on Bursar's Account 1483-4.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1485-6   1485-6
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [22 May] 1485 - same feast [14 May] 1486
Geoffrey Forest, bursar
William Smirk, granator
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost 14.. [22 May 1485] - same feast [14 May] 1486
Geoffrey Forest, bursar
William Smirk, granator
Duplicate
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1486-7   1486-7
... [c.14 May 1486 - c.3 June 1487]
... [Geoffrey Forest, bursar]
...
The quantities match those on Bursar's Account 1486-7 and the dates are taken to be approximately the same. Named on Bursar's Account 1486-7.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1487-8   1487-8
... [c.3 June 1487 - c.25 May 1488]
... [Geoffrey Forest, bursar]
...
The quantities match those on Bursar's Account 1487-8 and the dates are taken to be approximately the same. Named on Bursar's Account 1487-8.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1488-9   1488-9
... [c.25 May 1488 - c.7 June 1489]
... [Geoffrey Forest, bursar]
...
The quantities match those visible on Bursar's Account 1488-9 and the dates are taken to be approximately the same. Named on Bursar's Account 1488-9.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1489-90   1489-90
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [7 June] 1489 - same feast [30 May] 1490
Henry Dalton, bursar
Thomas Lawson, granator
Counterpart
(B) ... [7 June 1489 - 30 May 1490]
... [Henry Dalton, bursar
Thomas Lawson, granator]
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1490-1   1490-1
Pentecost [30 May] 1490 - same feast [22 May] ...1 Henry Dalton, bursar Thomas D... [Durham, granator]
Granator named in a near contemporary endorsement.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1491-2   1491-2
Pentecost [22 May] 1491 - same feast [10 June] 1492
Henry Dalton, bursar
Thomas Durham, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1492-3   1492-3
Pentecost [10 June] 1492 - same feast [26 May] 1493
Thomas Durham, bursar
Richard Evenwood, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1493-4   1493-4
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) Pentecost [26 May] 1493 - same feast [18 May] 1494
Thomas Durham, bursar
Richard Evenwood, granator
(B) Pentecost [26 May] 1493 - same feast [18 May] 1494
Thomas Durham, bursar
Richard Evenwood, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1494-5   1494-5
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) Pentecost 14.. [18 May 1494] - ... feast [7 June] 1495
..y [Henry] Dalton, bursar
Richard ... [Evenwood, granator]
(B) Pentecost [18 May] 1494 - same feast [7 June] 1495
Henry Dalton, bursar
Richard Evenwood, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1495-6   1495-6
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [7 June] 1495 - same feast [22 May] 1496
William Hawkwell, bursar
Edmund More, granator
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [7 June] 1495 - same feast [22 May] 1496
William Hawkwell, bursar
Edmund More, granator
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1496-7   1496-7
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) Pentecost [22 May] 1496 - same feast [14 May] 1497
William Hawkwell, bursar
Edmund More, granator
(B) ... [22 May 1496 - 14 May 1497]
... [William Hawkwell, bursar
Edmund More, granator]
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1497-8   1497-8
... [c.14 May] ..97 - ... [c.3 June 1498]
... [William Hawkwell, bursar]
...
The quantities match those given on Bursar's Account 1497-8, and the dates are taken to be approximately the same. Named on Bursar's Account 1497-8.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1498-9   1498-9
Two counterparts (A) Pentecost [3 June] 1498 - same feast [19 May] 1499
William Haw... [Hawkwell, bursar]
Edmund More, granator
Counterpart
(B) ... [3 June 1498] - same feast ... [19 May 1499]
... [William Hawkwell, bursar]
Edmund ... [More, granator]
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1499-1500   1499-1500
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) Pentecost [19 May] 1499 - same feast [7 June] 1500
William Hawkwell, bursar
Robert Todd, granator
(B) Pentecost ... [19 May 1499 - 7 June 1500]
... [William Hawkwell, bursar]
Robert Todd, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1500-1   1500-1
Pentecost [7 June] 1500 - same feast [30 May] 1501
William Hawkwell, bursar
Robert Todd, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1501-2   1501-2
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [30 May] 1501 - same feast [15 May] 1502
William Hawkwell, bursar
Robert Todd, granator
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [30 May] 15,1 - same feast [15 May] 1502
Will... [William Hawkwell], bursar
Robert Todd, granator
Duplicate
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1502-3   1502-3
Pentecost [15 May] 1502 - same feast [4 June] .503
William Hawkwell, ... [bursar]
Robert Todd, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1503-4   1503-4
Pentecost [4 June] 1503 - same feast [26 May] 1504
William Hawkwell, bursar
Robert Todd, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1504-5   1504-5
Pentecost [26 May] 1504 - same feast [11 May] 1505
William Hawkwell, bursar
Robert Todd, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1506-7   1506-7
Pentecost [31 May] 1506 - same feast [23 May] 1507
William ... [Hawkwell, bursar]
...
Bursar's Rental 1507-8 f. 77r states that William Hawkwell left office at Pentecost 1507.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1508-9   1508-9
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
Robert Strother, bursar
Robert Todd, granator
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
Robert Strother, bursar
Robert Todd, granator
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1510-1   1510-1
Pentecost [19 May] 1510 - same feast [8 June] 1511
Robert Strother, bursar
Peter Lee & Richard Wolfe, granators
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1511-2   1511-2
Pentecost [8 June] 1511 - same feast [30 May] 1512
... [Robert Strother], bursar
John Castell, granator
Named on Bursar's Account 1511-2.
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1513-4   1513-4
Two counterparts
(A) Pentecost [15 May] 1513 - same feast [4 June] 1514
Robert Strother, bursar
John Castell, granator
Counterpart
(B) Pentecost [15 May] 1513 - same feast [4 June] 1514
Robert Strother, bursar
John Castell, granator
Counterpart
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1522-3   1522-3
Pentecost [8 June] 1522 - same feast [24 May] 1523
John Castell, bursar
Henry Bek, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1523-4   1523-4
Pentecost [24 May] 1523 - same feast [15 May] 1524
John Castell, bursar
Henry Strother, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1534-5   1534-5
Pentecost [24 May] 1534 - same feast [16 May] 1535
Robert Bennett, bursar
Simon Middleham, granator
DCD-Bur-Gran. Inds 1536-7   1536-7
Pentecost [4 June] 1536 - same feast [20 May] 1537
Robert Bennett, bursar
William Forster, granator
Obedientiaries
Almoner
Almoner's rent-rolls
Reference: Alm. r-rolls
Dates of creation: 1290?-1346
Extent: 11 items
Alm. r-rolls 1290   [1290 ?]
... [Pentecost & Martinmas terms "1290"]
--
A heading added soon after 1400 gives the date as '1290', an endorsement about 1500 as '1329' and a nineteenth century endorsement as 'circa 1312'. '1290' seems most likely to be correct, particularly as '1329' is incompatible with the endorsement 'Rentale Primum'. The roll covers the two terms making a full year, and it is clear from the first entry of the Durham section that the second term was the Martinmas term.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 199 Dated as "Cir. 1312"
Alm. r-rolls 1313   1313
Pentecost & Martinmas terms 1... ['1313']
-- [William of Cowton]
The year is given in a heading added soon after 1400, perhaps based on the sale of Gillycorn at the end of the roll. The endorsement made about 1500 is '1330'. The roll was given the number '2' in the earlier fifteenth century. Name added with the year soon after 1400; supported by a lease that he issued as Almoner, 3 June 1313 (Misc.Ch.2276).
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 199.
Alm. r-rolls c. 1315   [c. 1315]
Pentecost & Martinmas terms ... [c.1315]
--
The nineteenth century label gives 'circa 1315'; this approximation is supported by the early fifteenth century numbering of the roll; '3', which puts it between the rolls for 1313 and c.1325.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 199.
Alm. r-rolls c. 1325   c. 1325
Pentecost & Martinmas terms 132. [c.1325]
--
The early fifteenth century number on the roll is '4', putting it before the roll for 1328, which is numbered '5'; the endorsement made about 1500 is '1325', but the nineteenth century endorsement is 1321.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 199 '1321'.
Alm. r-rolls 1328   1328
Rent roll
Pentecost & Martinmas terms 1328
--
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 199.
Alm. r-rolls 1331   1331
Pentecost & Martinmas terms ... ['1331']
--
The early fifteenth century numbering of the roll is '7', putting it between the roll for 1328, numbered '5', and the roll for 1333, numbered '8'; the endorsement made about 1500 is '1331'.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 199.
Alm. r-rolls 1333   1333
Pentecost & Martinmas terms 1333
John ... [? of Butterwick]
Named as Almoner c.7 November 1333 x c.6 November 1334 on the Bursar's Account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 199.
Alm. r-rolls 1334   1334
Pentecost & Martinmas terms 1334
John of Butterw.. [Butterwick]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 206 one of '1344 Two'.
Alm. r-rolls 1338   1338
Pentecost & Martinmas terms 133. ['1338']
--
The last figure of the date is damaged, but it could well be 'viij'; the endorsement of about 1500 gives '1338'.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 199.
Alm. r-rolls 1344   1344
Pentecost & Martinmas terms .344
John of Butterwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 206.
Alm. r-rolls 1345   1345
Pentecost & Martinmas terms 1345
John of Butterwick
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 206.
Accounts etc.
Reference: DCD-Alm. acs
Dates of creation: 1338-1539
Extent: 229 items
DCD-Alm. acs Status 1338 or 1339   1338 or 1339
Benedict 13.. [11 July 1338 or 21 March 1339]
John of Butterwick
The year survives in part in the heading: 'MCCCxx..', showing that it was dated before MCCCxl. The entry for Arrears of farms up to 'Pentecost 1338' indicates the earliest date possible. The alternatives are thus 1338 or 1339 as the date given in the heading, and the medieval endorsement '1338' is taken to confirm that it was the earlier, although the second of the two feasts of Benedict in that year would now be counted in 1339.
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 199-201.
DCD-Alm. acs Year ending 8 May 1340   Year ending 8 May 1340
Year ending Monday before Nereus & Achilleus, 8 Id. May [8 May] 1340
-- [John of Butterwick]
Named in late medieval endorsement. Occurs as Almoner 15 August 1339 [3.5.Elemos.3], and of 4.2.Elemos.4].
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 201-2.
DCD-Alm. acs Status, 1340   Status, 1340
8 Id. May [8 May] 1340
-- [John of Butterwick]
Named in later medieval addition to heading. See Accounts 1339-40 and 1340-1.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 203.
DCD-Alm. acs 1340-1   1340-1
Monday before Nereus & Achilleus, 7 Id. May [8 or 9 May] 1340 - 1 May '41
-- [John of Butterwick]
Named in late medieval endorsement. Occurs as Almoner 4 June 1340 [3.1.Elemos.21].
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 203.
DCD-Alm. acs Status 1341   1341
Monday before Philip & James [30 April] 1341
-- [John of Butterwick]
The late medieval endorsement has 'W'. Butterwick, but no Walter, William, etc. of this name is found among Durham monks of this period; it is presumably an error for John, see Account 1340-1.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 203.
DCD-Alm. acs 1342-3   1342-3
(A) Monday after 'Jubliate' Sunday [22 April] 1342 - Monday before Barnabas [9 June] 1343
John of Butterwick
& Monday before Barnabas [9 June] '43 - Matthew following [21 September 1343]
-- [John of Butterwick]
Counterpart
(B) Monday after 'Jubliate' Sunday [22 April] 1342 - Monday before Barnabas [9 June] 1343
John of Butterwick
& Monday before Barnabas [9 June] '43 - Matthew following [21 September 1343]
-- [John of Butterwick]
Counterpart
Accountant named on Account 1343-4 which includes the period of this second Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 203-4.
DCD-Alm. acs Status 1343   1343
Two counterparts:
(A) Sunday, Matthew [21 September] 1343
-- [John of Butterwick]
Counterpart
(B) Sunday, Matthew [21 September] 1343
-- [John of Butterwick]
Counterpart
Named on Account 1343-4 which includes this date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 205.
DCD-Alm. acs 1343-4   1343-4
Monday before Barnabas [9 June] 1343 - same day [7 June] next year, '44
John of Butterwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 204.
DCD-Alm. acs Status 1344   1344
Monday before Barnabas [7 June] 1344
-- [John of Butterwick]
Named on Accounts closed and opened on this date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 206.
DCD-Alm. acs 1344-5   1344-5
Monday before Barnabas [7 June] 1344 - Monday after Ascension [9 May] '45
John of Butterwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 205.
DCD-Alm. acs Status 1345   1345
Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1345
-- [John of Butterwick]
The alteration of the year is confirmed from the duplicate on the Account 1345 (A), and from the fact that the Account 1343-4 did not close on this date while the Account 1344-5 does. Accountant named on Account closed on this date, and on Account opening six days later.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 206, also on 1345 (A)
DCD-Alm. acs 1345   1345
(A) Pentecost [15 May] - All Saints [1 November] '45
John of Butterwick
Status
'45
Status
Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1345
Dorse: Status
-- [c.1353]
[Similar to those for 1351, 1352 and 1353]
Arrears; Waste and Decay (deleted entries)
[Pentecost & Martinmas terms] '53
Separate fair copies: Arrears, 1352-1353 and 1353-1354; Waste and Decay, 1352-1353 and 1353-1354 dorse.
(B) Pentecost [15 May] - All Saints [1 November] '45
John of Butterwick
Status '45
Dorse:Prior's disbursement of cash balance.
Extracted: (B) 99. 205-6; (A) mentioned 99. 206.
DCD-Alm. acs 1347-8   1347-8
Monday after Ascension [14 May] 1347 - same day next year [2 June 1348]
Richard of Bickerton
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 206-7.
DCD-Alm. acs 1351-2   1351-2
Monday after Ascension [30 May] 1351 - same day next year [21 May 1352]
Richard of Bickerton
Dorse: Status
Monday after Ascension [30 May] 1351
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 207.
DCD-Alm. acs 1352-3   1352-3
Monday after Ascension [21 May] 1352 - ... next year [6 May 1353]
Richard of Bickerton
Dorse: Status
Monday ... Ascension [21 May] 1352
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on this day.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 207-8.
DCD-Alm. acs Lists of Arrears, 1352-4   Lists of 1352-4
Lists of Arrears, 1352-3 [on the dorse], & 1353-4 [on the face]
Pentecost & Martinmas terms 1353
Dorse: Pentecost & Martinmas terms 1352
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 208.
DCD-Alm. acs Waste and Decay, 1352-4   Waste and Decay, 1352-4
Lists of Waste and decay, 1352-3 & 1353-4
1352
Dorse:1353
Draft:1345 (A) dorse, deleted entries
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 208.
DCD-Alm. acs 1353-4   1353-4
Monday after Ascension 135. [6 May 1353] - same day next year [26 May 1354]
Richard of Bickerton
Dorse: Status
... after Ascension [26 May] 1354
The closing year is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on that date. Thus the opening year can be deduced.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 208.
DCD-Alm. acs 1354   1354
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [26 May] 1354 - All Saints following [1 November 1354]
Richard of Bickerton
Draft
Dorse: Status
Friday ... All Saints [31 October] 1354
(B) Monday after Ascension 1.5. [26 May 1354] - ... following [1 November 1354]
Richard of Bickerton
Dorse: Status
Friday before All Saints [31 October] 1354
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 208
DCD-Alm. acs 1354-5   1354-5
Monday after Ascension [26 May] 1354 - Saturday after Easter [11 April] 1355
Richard of Bickerton
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 208.
DCD-Alm. acs 1367-8   1367-8
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1367 - same day [22 May] '68
Thomas of Hardwick
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1367 - same day [22 May] '68
Thomas of Hardwick
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 208-9.
DCD-Alm. acs 1368-9   1368-9
Monday after Ascension [22 May] 1368 - same day [14 May] '69
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 209.
DCD-Alm. acs 1369-70   1369-70
Monday after Ascension [14 May] 1369 - same day [27 May] 1370
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 209.
DCD-Alm. acs 1370-1   1370-1
Two copies with Status
(A) Monday after Ascension [27 May] 1370 - same day [19 May] '71
Thomas of Hardwick
Dorse: Status
Monday after Ascension [19 May] 1371
(B) Monday after Ascension ... [27 May 1370] - same day '7. [19 May 1371]
... [Thomas of Hardwick]
Dorse: Status
Monday after Ascension [19 May] 1371
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 209-10.
DCD-Alm. acs 1371-2   1371-2
Monday ... Ascension [19 May] 1371 - ... [10 May] 1372
Thomas of Hardwick
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on this date. The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on this date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 210.
DCD-Alm. acs 1372-3   1372-3
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1372 - same feast [30 May] 1373
Thomas of Hardwick
(B) ...sion 137. [10 May 1372] - ... [30 May] ..73
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 210-1.
DCD-Alm. acs 1373   1373
Three copies: [B, C] duplicate drafts
(A) Monday after ... [30 May] '73 - Translation of Benedict said year [11 July 1373]
Thomas of Hardwick
(B) Monday after Ascension [30 May] 1373 - Translation of Benedict said year [11 July 1373]
Thomas of Hardwick
(C) Monday after Ascension [30 May] 1373 - Translation of Benedict said year [11 July 1373]
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 211.
DCD-Alm. acs Status 1373   1373
Two copies
(A) -- [?11 July 1373]
Thomas of Hardwick
(B) -- [?11 July 1373]
Thomas of Hardwick
A late medieval endorsement gives the year and it is likely that the Status was drawn up when Thomas of Hardwick ceased to be Almoner.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 211.
DCD-Alm. acs 1373-4   1373-4
Translation of Benedict [11 July] 1373 - Ascension [11 May] 1374
William de Aslakby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 211 Dated as "1374".
DCD-Alm. acs 1375   1375
Circumcision '.. [1 January 1375] - Ascension [31 May] '75
John of Berrington
The Account clearly covers less than a year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 212.
DCD-Alm. acs 1375-6   1375-6
Two copies
(A) Ascension [31 May] 1375 - Ascension [22 May] 1376
John of Bolton
(B) Ascension [31 May] 1375 - Ascension [22 May] 1376
John of Bolton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 212.
DCD-Alm. acs 1376-7   1376-7
Two copies
(A) Ascension [22 May] 1376 - same feast [7 May] '77
John of Bolton
(B)... [22 May 1376 - 7 May 1377]
... [John of Bolton]
Mentioned: (B) 99. 212 Dated as "1378?".
DCD-Alm. acs 1377-8   1377-8
Ascension [7 May] 1377 - same feast [27 May] '78
John of Bolton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 212.
DCD-Alm. acs 1378-9   1378-9
Ascension [27 May] 1378 - same feast [19 May] 1379
John of Bolton
Schedule 1: Details of loans to Almoner on Account
Schedule 2: Status 1379
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 212.
DCD-Alm. acs 1380-1   1380-1
Monday after Ascension [7 May] 1380 - same feast following [27 May 1381]
John of Bolton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 213.
DCD-Alm. acs Status [1387 ?]   [1387 ?]
--
John of Newburn
On the dorse a note, made about 1500, of the dates of Almoners' status rolls corresponds closely to the dates of those that survive. One date that is not otherwise accounted for is '1387', and this may well be the roll, since John of Newburn was Almoner in November 1385 (Misc.Ch.425 f.12v) and in March 1388 (Misc.Ch.7290a), taking office as Bursar in May 1388 (Bursar's Account 1388-9).
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 202-3.
DCD-Alm. acs 1390-1   1390-1
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [22 May] 1.90 - same feast [14 May] '91
Robert Ripon
(B) Pentecost [22 May] 1390 - same feast ... [14 May 1391]
... [Robert Ripon]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 213.
DCD-Alm. acs 1391-2   1391-2
Three copies: (C) draft with [A only] schedule: Balance
(A) Pentecost [14 May] 1391 - same feast [2 June] 1392
Robert Ripon
(B) Pentecost [14 May] 1391 - same feast [2 June] 1392
Robert Ripon
(C) Pentecost [14 May] 1391 - same feast [2 June] 1392
Robert Ripon
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 213
DCD-Alm. acs 1392   1392
Pentecost [2 June] 1392 - Romanus in the same [23 October 1392]
Robert of Claxton & Robert Ripon
The first entry of Expenses is for Soulsilver over 20 weeks, indicating that the Romanus with a feast in October was intended.
DCD-Alm. acs 1392-3   1392-3
Two copies
(A) Romanus [23 October] 1392 - same feast next year [23 October 1393]
Thomas Lythe
(B) Romanus [23 October] 1392 ... [23 October 1393]
... [Thomas Lythe]
The opening feast is taken to be of the same Romanus as the closing date of the previous Account.
Extracted: (A) 99. 213.
DCD-Alm. acs 1393-4   1393-4
Two copies
(A) Romanus [23 October] 1393 - same feast next year [23 October 1394]
Thomas Lythe
(B) Romanus [23 October] 1393 - same feast next year [23 October 1394]
Thomas Lythe
The opening feast is taken to be of the same Romanus as the closing date of the previous Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 213-4.
DCD-Alm. acs 1394-5   1394-5
Romanus [23 October] 1394 - same feast next year [23 October 1395]
Thomas Lythe
The opening feast is taken to be of the same Romanus as the closing date of the previous Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 214.
DCD-Alm. acs 1395-6   1395-6
Romanus 139. [23 October 1395] - Monday after Ascension [15 May] '96
Thomas Lythe
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on this date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 214.
DCD-Alm. acs 1397   1397
Three copies with [A, B] Status, 31 May 1397 two copies
(A) Monday after Gregory 1396 [19 March 1397] - Monday after Ascension [4 June] '97
William Appleby
Dorse: Status
Ascension year above [31 May 1397]
(B) Monday after Gregory 1396 [19 March 1397] - Monday after Ascension [4 June] '97
William Appleby
Dorse: Status
Ascension year above [31 May 1397]
(C) Monday after Gregory 1396 [19 March 1397] - Monday after Ascension [4 June] '97
William Appleby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 214.
DCD-Alm. acs 1397-8   1397-8
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [4 June] 1397 - same day next year [20 May 1398]
William Appleby
(B) ... 139. ... [4 June 1397 - 20 May 1398]
William Appleby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 215.
DCD-Alm. acs 1398-9   1398-9
three copies with [A, B] Status two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1398 - same day next year [12 May 1399]
William Appleby
Dorse: Status
Day & year above
(B) Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1398 - same day next year [12 May 1399]
William Appleby
Dorse: Status
Day & year above
(C) ... Ascension ...8 [20 May 1398] - same day ... [12 May 1399]
William ... [Appleby]
Lacunae supplied from triplicates.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 215.
DCD-Alm. acs 1399-1400   1399-1400
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [12 May] 1399 - same day next year [31 May 1400]
William Appleby
(B) ... [12 May] 1399 - same day ... [31 May 1400]
William Appleby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 215-6.
DCD-Alm. acs 1400-1   1400-1
Three copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1400 - same day next year [16 May 1401]
William Appleby
(B) Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1400 - same day next year [16 May 1401]
William Appleby
(C) Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1400 - same day next year [16 May 1401]
William Appleby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 216.
DCD-Alm. acs 1401-2   1401-2
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1401 - same day next year [8 May 1402]
William Appleby
(B) Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1401 - same day next year [8 May 1402]
William Appleby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 216.
DCD-Alm. acs 1402   1402
Status
..02
--
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 216
DCD-Alm. acs 1402-3   1402-3
Three copies, with [A, B] Status two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [8 May] 1402 - same day next year [28 May 1403]
William Appleby
Dorse: Status
(B) Monday after Ascension [8 May] 1402 - same day next year [28 May 1403]
William Appleby
Dorse: Status
(C) Monday after Ascension [8 May] 1402 - same day next year [28 May 1403]
William Appleby
Extracted: [A, B] 99. 216-7; (C) mentioned 99. 216.
DCD-Alm. acs 1403-4   1403-4
Three copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1403 - same Monday next year [12 May 1404]
William Appleby
(B) Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1403 - same Monday next year [12 May 1404]
William Appleby
(C) Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1403 - same Monday next year [12 May 1404]
William Appleby
Printed: (A) 99. 217-22.
DCD-Alm. acs 1404-5   1404-5
Three copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [12 May] 1404 - same day next year [1 June 1405]
William Appleby
(B) Monday after Ascension [12 May] 1404 - same day next year [1 June 1405]
William Appleby
(C) Monday after Ascension [12 May] 1404 - same day next year [1 June 1405]
William Appleby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 222.
DCD-Alm. acs 1405-6   1405-6
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [1 June] 1405 - same day [24 May] 1406
William Appleby
(B) Monday after Ascension [1 June] 1405 - same day [24 May] 1406
William Appleby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 222.
DCD-Alm. acs 1406-7   1406-7
Monday after Ascension [24 May] 1406 - same Monday [9 May] 1407
William Appleby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 222.
DCD-Alm. acs 1407-8   1407-8
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1407 - same Monday [28 May] 1408
William Appleby
(B) ... [9 May 1407 - 28 May 1408]
... [William Appleby]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 223.
DCD-Alm. acs 1408-9   1408-9
Two copies with Status, 3 Feb. 1409 two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1408 - Blaise same year [3 February 1409]
William Appleby
Dorse: Status
Blaise '08 [3 February 1409]
William Appleby, delivered to William Pocklington
(B) ... [28 May] 1408 - ... [3 February 1409]
William Appleby
Dorse: Status
Blaise '08 [3 February 1409]
William Appleby, delivered to William Pocklington
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 223.
DCD-Alm. acs 1409   1409
Two copies
(A) ... [?3 February - ?20 May 1409]
... [William Pocklington]
(B) ... [?3 February - ?20 May 1409]
... [William Pocklington]
Details of arrears in the Balance show that this is the next Account after William Appleby's closed on 3 February 1409. It is clearly for less than a year and payment of 'metkorn' for 15 weeks suggests the period; this would bring the Account to the normal closing date, Monday after Ascension. Accountant named as taking over from William Appleby on 3 February 1409 in Status on Accounts for 1408-9.
Extracted: (A) 99. 226 's.a'; (B) ? mentioned 99. 226 "tattered".
DCD-Alm. acs 1410-1   1410-1
Two copies
(A) ... [?5 May 1410 - ?25 May 1411]
... [William Pocklington]
(B) ... [?5 May 1410 - ?25 May 1411]
... [William Pocklington]
Comparison of the details of arrears in the Balance with those in the Balance of the Account for 1411-2 indicates that this is the Account for the immediately preceding year and that the accountant was William Pocklington. Payments for Soulsilver appear to be for 54 weeks on this Account; allowing for a shortfall of one week, as on the next Account, this suggests that the Account ran as usual from one Monday after Ascension to the next.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 226 "Ditto cum dupl.".
DCD-Alm. acs 1411-2   1411-2
Two copies
(A) ... [?25 May 1411 - ?29 February 1412]
... [William Pocklington]
(B) ... [?25 May 1411 - ?29 February 1412]
... [William Pocklington]
The Balance of this Account shows that William Pocklington accounted for the previous three 'years'; as this Account cannot be as late as 1412-3, the term 'years' is taken to mean accounts and this Account is dated 1411-2. The opening date is suggested by the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account which may well have been closed on that date. The closing date is then deduced from the fact that payments for 'Metkorn' to Witton are for 40 weeks. The arrears attributed to William Pocklington on the Account 1412-3 are more than the total for his three years as given on this Account and so he must have been the accountant for this Account as well.
Extracted: (A) 99. 227 "Ditto"; (B) ? mentioned 99. 226 "tattered".
DCD-Alm. acs 1412-3   1412-3
Three copies: (C) alternative version with (C) Grain Ac.
(A) Morrow of Romanus [24 October] 1412 - Vigil of Pentecost [10 June] 1413
John Gisburn
(B) Morrow of Romanus [24 October] 1412 - Vigil of Pentecost [10 June] 1413
John Gisburn
(C) Morrow of Romanus [24 October] 1.12 - Vigil of Pentecost following 1... [10 June 1413]
John Gisburn
Dorse:Grain account
It is clear which Romanus is meant from the fact that the heading gives the period of the Account as 32 weeks and 4 days.
Extracted: [A, B] 99. 223-4; (C) mentioned 99. 223.
DCD-Alm. acs 1413-4   1413-4
Two copies
(A) Vigil of Pentecost [10 June] 1413 - Monday after Dunstan [21 May] 1414
John Gisburn
(B) ... [10 June 1413 - 21 May 1414]
... [John Gisburn]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 224.
DCD-Alm. acs 1414-5   1414-5
Two copies
(A) Monday after Dunstan [21 May] 1414 - Monday before said feast [13 May] 1415
John Gisburn
(B) Monday after Dunstan [21 May] 1414 - Monday before said feast [13 May] 1415
John Gisburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 224-5.
DCD-Alm. acs 1415-6   1415-6
Three copies
(A) Monday before Dunstan [13 May] 1415 - Monday after Ascension [1 June] 1416
John Gisburn
(B) Monday before Dunstan [13 May] 1415 - Monday after Ascension [1 June] 1416
John Gisburn
(C) Monday before Dunstan [13 May] 1415 - Monday after Ascension [1 June] 1416
John Gisburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 225.
DCD-Alm. acs 1416-7   1416-7
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [1 June] 1416 - Monday after Ascension [24 May] 1417
John Gisburn
(B) ... [1 June 1416 - 24 May 1417]
... [John Gisburn]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 225-6.
DCD-Alm. acs 1417-8   1417-8
Two copies with Status; two copies
(A) ... [24 May 1417 - 9 May 1418]
... [John Gisburn]
Dorse: Status
(B) ... [24 May 1417 - 9 May 1418]
... [John Gisburn]
Dorse: Status
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on this date, the closing date from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on this date. The Account for 1418-9 shows that John Gisburn accounted for the previous six years.
Extracted: (A) 99. 226; (B) mentioned 99. 213 "C. 1390", and 99. 226 "xvijo [cum dupl.]".
DCD-Alm. acs 1418-9   1418-9
Two copies with Status, 25 May 1419 two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension, Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1418 - Monday after Ascension, Monday after Augustine apostle of the English [29 May] '19
John Gisburn
Dorse: Status
Ascension [25 May] '19
(B) Monday after Ascension, Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1418 - Monday after Ascension, Monday after Augustine apostle of the English [29 May] '19
John Gisburn
Dorse: Status
Ascension '1418' [25 May 1419]
John Gisburn
(B) Date added later; corrected from duplicate.
Extracted: (A) 99. 227; (B) mentioned 99. 227
DCD-Alm. acs 1419-20   1419-20
Two copies with Status, 16 May 1420 two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension, Monday after Augustine apostle of the English [29 May] 1419 - Monday after Ascension, Monday after Dunstan [20 May] 1420
John Gisburn
Dorse: Status
Ascension [16 May] '20
John Gisburn
(B) Monday after Ascension, Monday after Augustine apostle of the English [29 May] 1419 - Monday after Ascension, Monday after Dunstan [20 May] 1420
John Gisburn
Dorse: Status
Ascension '19' [16 May 1420]
John Gisburn
Date added later; corrected from duplicate.
Extracted: (A) 99. 227-8; (B) mentioned 99. 227.
DCD-Alm. acs 1420-1   1420-1
Two copies
(A) Monday after Dunstan [20 May] 1420 - Monday after John before Latin Gate [12 May] 1421
William Drax
(B) Monday after Dunstan [20 May] 1420 - Monday after John before Latin Gate [12 May] 1421
William Drax
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 228.
DCD-Alm. acs 1421-2   1421-2
Two copies
(A) Monday after John before Latin Gate [12 May] 1421 - Monday 1 June 1422
William Drax
(B) Monday after John before Latin Gate [12 May] 1421 - Monday 1 June 1422
William Drax
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 228.
DCD-Alm. acs 1422-3   1422-3
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [25 May] 1 June ..22 - Monday after Ascension, 17 May 142. [1423]
William Drax
(B) ... [25 May, 1 ] June 1422 - Monday after Ascension, 1... [17 May 1423]
William Drax
Entries under Necessary Expenses show that the Account covered 51 weeks, supporting the earlier date, but the previous Account closed on 1 June and the parallel entries on that Account support that date. The Account clearly covers a year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 228-9.
DCD-Alm. acs 1423-4   1423-4
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension, 17 May 1423 - Monday after Ascension, 5 June 1424
William Drax
(B) Monday after Ascension, 17 May 1423 - Monday after Ascension, 5 June 1424
William Drax
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 229.
DCD-Alm. acs 1428-9   1428-9
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension, 17 May 1428 - same Monday after same feast, 9 May '29
John Durham [junior]
(B) Monday ... Ascension, 17 May 1428 - same Monday after same feast, 9 May '29
John Durham [junior]
The distinction is given on the Accounts for 1429-30, which also indicate the accountant for that year was responsible for this Account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 229-30.
DCD-Alm. acs 1429-30   1429-30
Two copies with (A) Status.
(A) Monday after Ascension, 9 May 1429 - same Monday after same feast, 29 same month [May] '30
John Durham junior
Dorse: Status
(B) Monday after Ascension, 9 May 1429 - same Monday after same feast, 29 same month [May] '30
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 230.
DCD-Alm. acs 1430-1   1430-1
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension, 29 May 1430 - Monday after same feast, 14 May 1431
John Durham junior
(B) Monday after Ascension, 29 May 1430 - Monday after same feast, 14 May 1431
John Durham junior
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 231.
DCD-Alm. acs 1431-2   1431-2
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension, 14 May 1431 - Monday after same feast, 2 June 1432
John Durham junior
(B) Monday after Ascension, 14 May ... [1431] - ..., 2 June 1432
... [John Durham junior]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 231.
DCD-Alm. acs 1432-3   1432-3
Monday after Ascension, 2 June 1432 - Monday after same feast, 25 May '33 Richard Haswell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 232.
DCD-Alm. acs 1433-4   1433-4
... May ... [25 May 1433] - ... May ... [10 May 1434] ... [Richard Haswell]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on that date. The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on this date, which also indicates that Richard Haswell accounted for the two previous years under Arrears.
Extracted: ex. 99. 239 "[a]".
DCD-Alm. acs 1434-5   1434-5
Monday after Ascension, 10 May 143. [1434] - Monday after same feast, 30 May '35
Richard Haswell
The opening year is clear as the Account is headed as being for 55 weeks.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 232.
DCD-Alm. acs 1435-6   1435-6
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension, 30 May 1435 - Monday after same feast, 21 May '36
Richard Haswell
(B) Monday after Ascension, 30 May 1435 - Monday after same feast, 21 May '36
Richard Haswell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 232-3.
DCD-Alm. acs 1436-7   1436-7
Two copies: (B) draft
(A) ..., 21 May 1... [1436] - ... after same feast, 13 May '37
Richard Haswell
(B) Monday after Ascension, 21 May 1436 - Monday after same feast, 13 May 1437
Richard Haswell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 233.
DCD-Alm. acs 1437-8   1437-8
Monday after Ascension, 13 May ... [1437] - Monday after same feast, 26 same month [May] '38
... [William Dalton]
The Account is clearly for one year. Accountant named as Almoner on 27.1.1438 (Misc.Ch. 2639).
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 233.
DCD-Alm. acs 1438-9   1438-9
Monday after Ascension, 26 ... [May] 1438 - Monday after same feast, 18 same month [May] '39
William Dalton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 233.
DCD-Alm. acs 1439-40   1439-40
With Inventory
Monday after Ascension, 18 May 1439 - Monday after same feast, 9 same month [May] 1440
William Dalton
Dorse: Inventory
Said year
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 234.
DCD-Alm. acs 1440-1   1440-1
With Inventory
Monday after Ascension, 9 May 1440 - Monday after same feast, 29 same month [May] 1441
William Dalton
Dorse: Inventory
Said year
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 234.
DCD-Alm. acs 1441-2   1441-2
With Inventory
Monday after Ascension, 29 May 1441 - Monday after same feast, 14 same month [May] 1442
William Dalton
Dorse: Inventory
Said year
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 235.
DCD-Alm. acs 1442-3   1442-3
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [14 May] 1442 - Monday after same feast [3 June] 1443
William Dalton
(B) Monday after Ascension [14 May] 1442 - Monday after same feast [3 June] 1443
William Dalton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 235.
DCD-Alm. acs 1443-4   1443-4
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [3 June] 1443 - Monday after same feast [25 May] 1444
William Dalton
(B) ... [3 June] 1443 - ... [25 May 1444]
... [William Dalton]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 235.
DCD-Alm. acs 1444-5   1444-5
Monday after Ascension [25 May] 1444 - Monday after same feast [10 May] 1445
William Dalton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 235.
DCD-Alm. acs 1445-6   1445-6
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1445 - Monday after same feast [30 May] 1446
Robert Westmorland
(B) Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1445 - Monday after same feast [30 May] 1446
Robert Westmorland
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 235.
DCD-Alm. acs 1447-8   1447-8
Monday after Ascension [22 May] 1447 - Monday after same feast, 6 May 1448 Robert Westmorland & Richard Bell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 236-7.
DCD-Alm. acs 1448-9   1448-9
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [6 May] 1448 - Monday after same feast [26 May] 1449
Richard Bell
(B) Monday after Ascension [6 May] 1448 - Monday after same feast [26 May] 1449
Richard Bell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 237-8.
DCD-Alm. acs 1449-50   1449-50
Monday after Ascension [26 May] 1449 - Monday after same feast [18 May] 1450
Richard Bell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 238-9.
DCD-Alm. acs 1450   1450
Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1450 - Monday after Martin following [16 November 1450] Richard Bell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 239-40.
DCD-Alm. acs 1450-1   1450-1
Two copies
(A) Martin [?16 November] 1450 - Pentecost following [?7 June 1451]
Thomas Ayre
(B) Martin [?16 November] 1450 - Pentecost following [?7 June 1451]
Thomas Ayre
The Account is headed as being for 29 weeks; this is incompatible with the dates given and it is likely that the terminal dates correspond to those of the preceding and succeeding Accounts since these give a period of 29 weeks.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 240.
DCD-Alm. acs 1451-2   1451-2
Monday after Ascension [7 June] 1451 - Monday after same feast [22 May] 1452
Richard Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 241.
DCD-Alm. acs 1453-4   1453-4
..nday after Ascension [14 May] 1453 - ..nday after same feast [3 June] 1454
Richard Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 241.
DCD-Alm. acs 1455-6   1455-6
Two copies
(A)... [19 May] 1455 - ... [10 May] 1456
... [William] Seton
(B) ... Ascension [19 May] ..55 - ... [10 May 1456]
William Seton
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opening on this date. The opening date can then be deduced as the Account is evidently for 51 weeks.
Extracted: (A) 99. 241.
DCD-Alm. acs 1456-7   1456-7
Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1456 - Monday after same feast [30 May] 1457
William Seton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 241-2.
DCD-Alm. acs 1458-9   1458-9
Monday after Ascension ... [15 May 1458] - Monday after Ascension ... [7 May 1459]
Thomas Hexham
This Account is to be dated after 1456-7 since it includes Arrears for that year, and before 1460-1 since these arrears are not included in the Account for that year. This Account is evidently for 51 weeks; between 1457 and 1460 this is only compatible with the feasts given in 1458-9.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 242.
DCD-Alm. acs 1460-1   1460-1
... [26 May] 1460 - same feast 1... [18 May 1461]
William Burdon
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on this date. The opening date is taken to be the same as the closing feast, ie Monday after Ascension, although payments to the inmates of the hospitals covers 53 weeks.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 242.
DCD-Alm. acs 1461-2   1461-2
... after Ascension 14.. [18 May 1461] - ... feast ... [31 May 1462]
William Burdon
The closing date is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on this date. The opening date is then deduced from the fact that the Account evidently covers 54 weeks.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 234 "1430-40".
DCD-Alm. acs 1462-3   1462-3
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1462 - same feast [23 May] 1463
William Burdon
(B) Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1462 - same feast [23 May] 1463
William Burdon
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 242.
DCD-Alm. acs 1463-4   1463-4
Monday after Ascension [23 May] 1463 - same feast [14 May] 1464
William Burdon
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 242-3.
DCD-Alm. acs 1464-5   1464-5
... [14 May 1464 - 27 May 1465]
... [William Burdon]
The year is indicated by comparison of the Arrears in the Balance with those on the Account for 1463-4. The closing feast is established from the fact that the Balance of this Account is taken up on the Account opened on that day, and the opening feast is confirmed as the day on which the previous Account closed since the Account evidently covers 53 weeks. The Arrears in the Balance of this Account and the next Account indicate that this is the fifth and last account of William Burdon.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 239 "[b]"
Fragment: Cambridge Trinity Coll. MS 365 front flyleaf
DCD-Alm. acs Status 1465   1465
...65
Wi.. [William Burdon]
There were two Almoners in 1465: William Burdon and Richard Wrake
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 243-4.
DCD-Alm. acs 1465-6   1465-6
Monday after Ascension ... [27 May 1465 - 19 May 1466]
Richard Wrake
The opening year is established from the fact that the Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed in that year. The Account is for one year and the closing date is taken to be Monday after Ascension as usual.
Extracted: cf. 99. 239 "[c]".
DCD-Alm. acs 1466-7   1466-7
Two copies
(A) Monday ... [19 May] 1466 - ... [11 May] 1467
Richard Wrake
(B) ... [19 May 1466 - 11 May 1467]
... [Richard Wrake]
The opening date is taken from the Account assumed to close on this date, since this Account takes up the Balance of that Account. The Account covers 51 weeks and is therefore taken to close on Monday after Ascension as usual.
Extracted: (A) 99. 244; (B) mentioned "portion".
DCD-Alm. acs 1469-70   1469-70
Monday after Ascension [15 May] 1469 - same Monday [4 June] 1470 Thomas Halver
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 244.
DCD-Alm. acs 1470-1   1470-1
Monday after Ascension [4 June] 1470 - same Monday [27 May] 1471 Thomas Halver
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 245.
DCD-Alm. acs 1471-2   1471-2
Monday after ... [27 May] ..71 - same Monday [11 May] 1472
Richard Wrake
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on that date.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 245.
DCD-Alm. acs Status 1472   1472
1472
Richard Wrake
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 245-7.
DCD-Alm. acs 1472-3   1472-3
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [11 May] 1472 - same Monday [31 May] 1473
William Rodburn
(B) Monday after Ascension [11 May] 1472 - same Monday [31 May] 1473
William Rodburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 247.
DCD-Alm. acs 1474-5   1474-5
... [23 May 1474 - 8 May 1475]
... [William Rodburn]
This year is indicated by comparison of the Arrears in the Balance with those in the Accounts for 1472-3 and 1477-8. The assumption that the terminal dates are Monday after Ascension as usual is supported by payments to the inmates of the hospitals for 50 weeks. The Arrears on the Account for 1477-8 show that this is William Rodburn's third Account.
Extracted: cf. 99. 239 "[c]".
DCD-Alm. acs 1477-8   1477-8
Monday after Ascension [19 May] 1477 - Monday after same feast [4 May] 1478
Thomas Halver
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 247.
DCD-Alm. acs 1478-9   1478-9
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [4 May] 1478 - same Monday [24 May] 1479
Thomas Halver
(B) Monday after Ascension [4 May] 1478 - same Monday [24 May] 1479
Thomas Halver
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 247-8.
DCD-Alm. acs 1479-80   1479-80
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [24 May] 1479 - same Monday [15 May] 1480
Thomas Pickering
(B) Monday after ... [24 May] 1479 - same Monday [15 May] 1480
Thomas Pickering
Extracted: (A) 99. 248.
DCD-Alm. acs 1480-1   1480-1
Monday after Ascension [15 May] 1480 - same Monday [4 June] 1481
Thomas Pickering
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 248.
DCD-Alm. acs 1481-2   1481-2
Monday after Ascension [4 June] 1481 - same Monday [20 May] 1482
Thomas Pickering
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 248.
DCD-Alm. acs 1482-3   1482-3
Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1482 - same Monday [12 May] 1483
Thomas Pickering
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 248.
DCD-Alm. acs 1483-4   1483-4
Monday after Ascension [12 May] 1483 - same Monday [31 May] 1484
Thomas Pickering
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 249.
DCD-Alm. acs 1484-5   1484-5
Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1484 - same Monday [16 May] 1485
Thomas Pickering
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 249.
DCD-Alm. acs 1485-6   1485-6
Monday after Ascension 1... [16 May 1485] - ... Monday [8 May] 1486
... [Thomas Pickering]
The Account is clearly for one year and the closing feast can hardly have been anything but 'same Monday' as usual.
Named as Almoner 20.xii.1485 [Misc.Ch. 1385].
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 249.
DCD-Alm. acs 1487-8   1487-8
Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1487 - same Monday [19 May] 1488
John Danby
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 249.
DCD-Alm. acs 1492-3   1492-3
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [4 June] 1492 - same Monday [20 May] 1493
Robert Bailey
(B) ... [4 June 1492 - 20 May 1493]
... [Robert Bailey]
Extracted: (A) 99. 249.
DCD-Alm. acs 1493-4   1493-4
... [20 May 1493 - 12 May 1494] ... [Robert Bailey]
The opening date is established from the fact that this Account takes up the Balance of the Account closed on that date. As the Account is for a year, it is taken to close on the usual day: Monday after Ascension, when the next account opens. Accountant named as Almoner 7.iv.1494 [Reg.V. f.21v].
Extracted: cf. 99. 239 "[c]".
DCD-Alm. acs 1494-5   1494-5
Monday after Ascension [12 May] 1494 - same feast [1 June] 1495
John Hamsterley
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 250.
DCD-Alm. acs 1495-6   1495-6
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [7 June] 1495 - same feast [22 May] 1496
Robert Bates
Draft
(B) ... [7 June] 1495 - same feast [22 May] ..96
Robert Bates
Fair copy
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 250.
DCD-Alm. acs 1496-7   1496-7
Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1496 - same feast [8 May] 1497 Richard Caly
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 250.
DCD-Alm. acs 1497-8   1497-8
Monday after Ascension [8 May] 1497 - same feast [28 May] 1498
Richard Caly
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 250.
DCD-Alm. acs 1498-9   1498-9
Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1498 - same feast [13 May] 1499
Richard Caly
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 251.
DCD-Alm. acs 1501-2   1501-2
Monday after Ascension [24 May] 1501 - same feast [9 May] 1502
John Riddell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 251.
DCD-Alm. acs 1504-5   1504-5
Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1504 - same feast [5 May] 1505
Richard Denand
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 251.
DCD-Alm. acs 1505-6   1505-6
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [5 May] 1505 - same feast [25 May] 1506
Richard Denand
(B) Monday after Ascension [5 May] 1505 - same feast [25 May] 1506
Richard Denand
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 251.
DCD-Alm. acs 1506-7   1506-7
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [25 May] 1506 - same feast [17 May] 1507
Richard Denand
(B) Monday after Ascension [25 May] 1506 - same feast [17 May] 1507
Richard Denand
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 252.
DCD-Alm. acs 1507-8   1507-8
Monday after Ascension [17 May] 1507 - ... [5 June] 1508
... [? Robert Herrington]
As the Account is for a year, it is taken as closing on Monday after Ascension as usual, when the next Account opens. Accountant named in near contemporary endorsement.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 252.
DCD-Alm. acs 1508-9   1508-9
Monday after Ascension [5 June] 1508 - same feast [21 May] 1509 Robert Herrington
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 252.
DCD-Alm. acs 1511-2   1511-2
Monday after Ascension [2 June] 1511 - same feast [24 May] 1512
Robert Herrington
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 252.
DCD-Alm. acs 1513-4   1513-4
Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1513 - same feast [29 May] 1514
Robert Herrington
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 253.
DCD-Alm. acs 1515-6   1515-6
Monday after Ascension [21 May] 1515 - same feast [5 May] 1516
Thomas Swalwell
Dorse: Status
Account: extracted: 99. 253.
Status: printed: 99. 253-4.
DCD-Alm. acs 1516-7   1516-7
Three copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [5 May] 1516 - same feast [25 May] 1517
Richard Caly
Duplicate with List of Arrears, 1516-7
(B) Monday after Ascension [5 May] 1516 - same feast [25 May] 1517
Richard Caly
Duplicate with List of Arrears, 1516-7
(C) Monday after Ascension [5 May] 1516 - same feast [25 May] 1517
Richard Caly
Draft
Extracted: 299. 254.
DCD-Alm. acs Arrears, 1516-7   1516-7
Arrears list (as with (A) and (B) previous)
-- [5 May 1516 - 25 May 1517]
Dated by comparison with arrears-lists on 1516-7 (A) and 1516-7 (B).
DCD-Alm. acs 1518-9   1518-9
... after Ascension [17 May] 1518 - same feast [6 June] 1519
Thomas Swalwell
The opening day is taken to be Monday after Ascension as usual.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 254.
DCD-Alm. acs 1520-1   1520-1
... [?21 May 1520 - ?13 May 1521]
...
The names of the inmates of the Magdalen Hospital and Witton Hospital, when compared with those on other sixteenth century Accounts, show that this Account falls between those for 1518-9 and 1522-3. The Balance taken up by the Account can be calculated: £1. 9s. 0¼d, and this does not approach the Balance of the Account closed in 1519: 4s. 9d. Nor does the Balance of this Account approach the Balance taken up on the Account opened in 1522, but it is close to the Balance taken up on the Account ?1521-2. The terminal dates are assumed to be Monday after Ascension as usual.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 251 "Imperfect".
DCD-Alm. acs 1521-2   1521-2
... [?13 May 1521 - 2 June 1522]
...
The names of the inmates of the Magdalen Hospital and Witton Hospital, when compared with those on other sixteenth century Accounts, show that this Account falls between those for 1518-9 and 1522-3. While the Balance of the Account ?1520-1 is close to the Balance taken up on this Account, the Balance of this Account approaches the Balance taken up on the Account opened on 2 June 1522. The terminal dates are assumed to be Monday after Ascension as usual.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 251 "Ditto".
DCD-Alm. acs 1522-3   1522-3
Two variant copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [2 June] 1522 - same feast [18 May] 1523
Thomas Swalwell
(B) Monday after Ascension [2 June] 1522 - same feast [18 May] 1523
Thomas Swalwell
Extracted: (B) 99. 254-7; (A) mentioned 99. 254.
DCD-Alm. acs 1523-4   1523-4
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1523 - same feast [9 May] 1524
Thomas Swalwell
(B) Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1523 - same feast [9 May] 1524
Thomas Swalwell
Draft
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 257.
DCD-Alm. acs 1524-5   1524-5
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1524 - same feast [29 May] 1525
Thomas Swalwell
(B) ... after ... [9 May] 1524 - same feast [29 May] 1525
Thomas Swalwell
Draft
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 258.
DCD-Alm. acs 1526-7   1526-7
Monday -- Ascension [14 May] 1526 - same feast [3 June] 1527
Thomas Swalwell
Omission taken to be 'after' as usual
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 258.
DCD-Alm. acs 1529-30   1529-30
Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1529 - same feast [30 May] 1530
Thomas Swalwell
DCD-Alm. acs 1533-4   1533-4
Monday ... Ascension [26 May] 1533 - same feast [18 May] 1534
Thomas Swalwell
Lacuna taken to be 'after' as usual
DCD-Alm. acs 1535-6   1535-6
Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1535 - same feast [29 May] 1536
Thomas Swalwell

9 June 1538 - 25 May 1539 [summary]: Misc.Ch. 7283 f.28rv.
Chamberlain
Reference: DCD-Cham. acs
Dates of creation: 1334- 1533
Extent: 115 items
DCD-Cham. acs 1334-5   1334-5
Translation .. [7 July] 1334 - same day ... [7 July 1335]
John Fossor
The dated entries relating to expenditure on horses indicate that the feast was the Translation of Thomas, martyr, and that the account covered one year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 165-9.

6 entries for expenditure on cloth; Status, 1 June 1339: 3.2.Ebor.42 dorse
DCD-Cham. acs 1342-3   1342-3
... .342 - ... [1343]
... [John of Hartlepool]
Dorse: Status and Extent
Schedule: Arrears for vill of Hunsley, '43
The heading gives the period of the account as one whole year and eleven ... Accountant named on schedule.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 169-71 inc. 'separate slip' (now re-attached to schedule of this account).
DCD-Cham. acs 1344-5   1344-5
Two copies
(A) Palm Sunday 1344 [28 March 1344] - same day next year [20 March 1345]
John of Hartlepool
Duplicate
(B) ... - same day ... [28 March 1344 - 20 March 1345]
... [John of Hartlepool]
Duplicate
By medieval reckoning, this account could open on 28 March 1344 or 20 March 1345; the later date can be eliminated by comparison with the account for 1345-6.
Extracted: (A) 99. 171-2; (B) mentioned 99. 172 one of 'Two rolls'.
DCD-Cham. acs 1345-6   1345-6
Palm Sunday ..45 [20 March 1345] - same day next year [9 April 1346]
... [John of Hartlepool]
By medieval reckoning, there was no Palm Sunday in '1345', but two in 1344; the need to distinguish these presumably explains the anomaly in this heading. Accountant according to the late medieval endorsement.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 172 one of 'Two decayed rolls'.
DCD-Cham. acs 1346-7   1346-7
Two counterparts
(A) Palm Sunday [9 April] 1346 - same day next year [25 March 1347]
John of Hartlepool
Counterpart
(B) Palm Sunday [9 April] .346 - same day next year [25 March 1347]
John of Ha... [John of Hartlepool]
Counterpart

Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 172.
DCD-Cham. acs 1347-8   1347-8
Two counterparts
(A) Palm Sunday [25 March] 1347 - Sunday after Ascension [1 June] 1348
John of Hartlepool
Counterpart
(B) Palm Sunday [25 March] 1347 - Sunday after Ascension [1 June] 1348
John of Hartlepool
Counterpart
The heading gives the period of the account as 'one whole year and seven weeks'; this is reached by counting the 'whole year' from Palm Sunday 1347 to Palm Sunday [13 April] 1348, not from 25 March 1347 to 25 March 1348, thus leaving seven weeks between 13 April and 1 June.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 172-3.
DCD-Cham. acs 1348-9   1348-9
Two counterparts
(A) Sunday after Ascension [1 June] '48 - same Sunday next year [24 May 1349]
John of Hartlepool
Counterpart
(B) Sunday after Ascension ... [1 June 1348] - same Sunday next year [24 May 1349]
John ... [of Hartlepool]
Counterpart

Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 173.
DCD-Cham. acs 1349-50   1349-50
Two copies
(A) Michaelmas ... [1349] - Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1350
... [John of] Tickhill
Fair copy
(B) Michaelmas 1.49 - Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1350
John of Tickhill
Draft

Extracted: (A) 99. 173 '1350 [Mart. term]'.
DCD-Cham. acs 1350-1   1350-1
Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1350 - same Monday next year [30 May 1351]
John of Tickhill

Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 173.
DCD-Cham. acs 1351-2   1351-2
... after Ascension [30 May] 1351 - same day [21 May] 1.52
John ... [of Tickhill]
This account takes up the balance of the account closed on Monday after Ascension 1351. Named according to a late medieval endorsement.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 174.
DCD-Cham. acs 1352-3   1352-3
Monday after Ascension [21 May] .352 - same day [6 May] '53
...
John of Tickhill was probably the accountant, as on the preceding and following accounts.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 174 '1352'.
DCD-Cham. acs Waste & Decay, 1352-3   Waste & Decay, 1352-3
Waste for Pentecost and Martinmas terms '52
Decayed rents
Sewing-holes for attachment to an account.
It is clear from the account 1352-3 that the terms mentioned co-incide with the period of that account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 174 '1352'.
DCD-Cham. acs Arrears, 1352-3   1352-3
Arrears for Pentecost and Martinmas terms '52
Old arrears
Sewing-holes for attachment to an account.
It is clear from the account 1352-3 that the terms mentioned co-incide with the period of that account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 174 '1352'.
DCD-Cham. acs 1353-4   1353-4
Monday ... [6 May] ..53 - same day 13.. [26 May 1354]
... [John of Tickhill]
This account takes up the balance of the account closed on Monday after Ascension 1353. The balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on Monday after Ascension 1354. Named according to a late medieval endorsement.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 174.
DCD-Cham. acs 1354-5   1354-5
Monday after Ascension [26 May] 1354 - same day [18 May] 1355
John of Tickhill
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 174.
DCD-Cham. acs 1355-6   1355-6
... 135. [18 May 1355] - ... [6 June] 1356
...
Schedule: Arrears
This account takes up the balance of the account closed on Monday after Ascension 1355. The account opened on Monday after Ascension 1356 takes up the balance of this account. John Tickhill was probably the accountant, as on the preceding and following accounts.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 174.
DCD-Cham. acs 1356-7   1356-7
Monday ... [6 June] .356 - same day [22 May] 1357
... [John of Tickhill]
The closing date is indicated by the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on Monday after Ascension 1357; from this the opening date of this account can be deduced. Accountant named according to a late medieval endorsement.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 174.
DCD-Cham. acs 1357-8   1357-8
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [22 May] 1357 - same day [14 May] 1358
John of Tickhill
Schedule: Arrears, waste and decayed rents
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [22 May] 1357 - same day [14 May] 1358
John of Tickhill
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 174 - 'dupl. et parte' now rejoined
DCD-Cham. acs 1358-9   1358-9
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [14 May] 1358 - same day next year [3 June 1359]
John of Tickhill
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [14 May] .358 - same day next year [3 June 1359]
John of Tickhill
Duplicate
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 175.
DCD-Cham. acs 1362-3   1362-3
Monday after ... [1362] - Monday after Ascension [15 May] 1363
... [William Vavasour]
It is clear from the sums given under Rents that this account covers less than a full year: almost all are half the sums given on the account for 1363-4. The payments to the Prior and brethren are for three terms, as against four terms on the account for 1363-4, indicating that the period of this account is over half a year. It is clear from several entries that this broken period was caused by the death in office of Adam of Darlington. The accountant is named as William in the first entry; a late medieval endorsement supplies his second name.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 176-8.
DCD-Cham. acs 1363-4   1363-4
... [15 May] 1363 - Monday after ... [6 May] 1364
William Vavasour
This account takes up the balance of the account closed on Monday after Ascension 1363. The sum given in arrears at the end of this account is taken up on the account opening on Monday after Ascension 1364.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 178.
DCD-Cham. acs 1364-5   1364-5
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension ... [6 May 1364] - Monday after Ascension [26 May] '65
-- [William Vavasour]
Duplicate
(B) ... [6 May 1364 - 26 May 1365]
... [William Vavasour]
Duplicate
The sums for rents, when compared with those on the account for 1365-6, indicate that this account covers one year only. Name, according to a late medieval endorsement.
Extracted: (B) 99. 175-6; (A) mentioned 99. 178 as 'one of Three copies'
DCD-Cham. acs 1365-6   1365-6
Two copies
(A) Monday after ... [26 May] 1365 - same day next year [18 May] '66
... [William] Vavasour
Duplicate, balanced
(B) Monday ... Ascension [26 May] 1365 - same day [18 May] ... 66
William Vavasour
Duplicate, not balanced
Extracted: (A) 99. 178-9; (B) mentioned 99. 178.
DCD-Cham. acs 1366-7   1366-7
Two copies
(A) Monday ... Ascension [18 May] 1366 - Monday after Ascension ... [31 May 1367]
William Vavasour
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1366 - Monday after Ascension [31 May] '67
William Vavasour
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 179.
DCD-Cham. acs 1367-8   1367-8
Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1367 - Monday after Ascension [22 May]
'68
William Vavasour
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 179.
DCD-Cham. acs 1370-1   1370-1
Monday after Ascension [27 May] 1370 - Monday after Ascension [19 May] '71
-- [John Abell]
Status, 19 May 1371
Monday after Ascension [19 May] '71
John Abell
Misc.Ch. 2420 and 1.1.Arch.Dun.13 show that John Abell was Chamberlain on 5.i.1371, as implied by the heading of the Status, and as stated in a later addition to the heading.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 179.
DCD-Cham. acs 1372-3   1372-3
Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1372 - Monday -- [30 May 1373]
-- [John Abell]
'after Ascension '73' was added to the heading in a different contemporary hand. The name is added in a later hand above the heading.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 180.
DCD-Cham. acs 1374-5   1374-5
Monday after Ascension [15 May] 1374 - Monday after Ascension [4 June] 1375
-- [John Abell]
The name was added in a different contemporary hand above the heading.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 180.
DCD-Cham. acs 1376-7   1376-7
... [c.26 May 1376 - 11 May 1377]
... [John of Berrington]
The balance of this account is taken up on the account opening on Monday after Ascension 1377, and so the closing date of this account is clear. The opening date can be estimated from the fact that Waste includes the two terms making up a year, while accounts of the period suggest that Monday after Ascension could well be the precise opening day. The Chamberlain is named on Bursar's Account 1376 in entry under Various Receipts which corresponds to one on this account relating to the purchase of a robe.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 181 'c.1380'.
DCD-Cham. acs 1377-8   1377-8
Three copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [11 May] 1377 - same day next year [31 May 1378]
John of Berrington
(B) ... [11 May 1377 - 31 May 1378]
... [John of Berrington]
(C) ... [11 May 1377 - 31 May 1378]
... [John of Berrington]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 181.
DCD-Cham. acs 1378-9   1378-9
Monday after ... [31 May] 1378 - same day next year [23 May 1379]
... [John of] Berrington
This account takes up the balance of the account closed on Monday after Ascension 1378. John of Berrington, the accountant in the previous year, was the only known Durham monk to bear this second name.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 181.
DCD-Cham. acs 1379   1379
Monday after Ascension [23 May] 1379 - Michaelmas same year
...ington [John of Berrington]
The fragment of the name surviving suggests that the accountant was John of Berrington, as in the previous year; this is supported by a later medieval endorsement.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 181-2.

c. 1380 [frag.: 2 pieces of Expenses section]: London British Library MS Cotton Faustina A.vi ff. 110-111.
Prior of Durham's Register, sometimes described as Reg. Parv. I ff. 110 and 111: Two pieces of expenses section, c.1380.
Two monks of Durham are referred to by name: Robert of Pigdon, fol. 110v, and William of Kelloe, fol. 111v. Both entered the community c.1360, Robert being ordained acolyte in 1362 and William priest in 1364, see Reg. Hatfield fols 104v and 106r; William of Kelloe last appears in the records in 1389. Here William is mentioned as the recipient of a 'frock', probably the regular recompense to a monk who had spent seven years or more away at a cell; in William's case this would be his time at Lytham from 1373 x 1374 to 1381 x 1382, see Bursar's Account 1374-4, Reg.II f. 200, 2.8.Pont.6. A similar date is suggested by the numbers of novices given in three entries: two entries refer to four novices and the third to six, and Liber Vitae f. 74r has a group of four monks entered under the date 1383, followed by two more in a different hand, and then the beginning of another group marked off with a paraph.
DCD-Cham. acs 1402-3   1402-3
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension 14.. [8 May 1402] - Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1403
John Barton
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [8 May] 1402 - Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1403
John Barton
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 182.
DCD-Cham. acs 1403-4   1403-4
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1403 - Monday after Ascension [12 May] 1404
John Barton
Duplicate
With Status
(B) ... [28 May 1403] - Monday after Ascension ... [12 May 1404]
John Barton
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 182.
DCD-Cham. acs 1404-5   1404-5
Monday after Ascension 1... [12 May 1404] - Monday after Ascension [1 June] 1405
John Barton
This account takes up the balance of the account closed on Monday after Ascension 1404.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 182.
DCD-Cham. acs 1406-7   1406-7
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension 1... [24 May 1406] - Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1407
John Barton
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [24 May] 1406 - Monday after ... [9 May] 1407
...rton [John Barton]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 182.
DCD-Cham. acs 1407-8   1407-8
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1407 - Monday next Ascension [28 May] 1408
John Barton
Duplicate
With Status
(B) Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1407 - Monday next Ascension [28 May] 1408
John Barton
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 183.
DCD-Cham. acs 1408-9   1408-9
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1408 - Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1409
... [John] Barton [according to late medieval endorsement]
Duplicate
(B) Monday after ... [28 May 1408 - 20 May] 1409
... Bart.. [John Barton]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 183.
DCD-Cham. acs 1409-10   1409-10
Two copies
(A) ... [c.20 May 1409 - c.5 May 1410]
...
Duplicate
(B) ... [c.20 May 1409 - c.5 May 1410]
...
Duplicate
With Status
The Exoneraciones of this account include arrears cancelled after 1410-1 and arrears for Dalton tithes which do not appear in 1408-9 or earlier but do appear in 1410-1 and later; this account therefore falls between 1409 and 1411, and 1410-1 can be eliminated by comparison with the account for that year. 1409-10 is the only possibility. The terminal dates are assumed to correspond to those of the accounts for 1408-9 and 1410-1.
Mentioned: (A) 99. 182 '1405-10'; (B) 99. 184 one of '1410-15'.
DCD-Cham. acs 1410-1   1410-1
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [5 May] 1410 - ... after Ascension [25 May] 1411
... [John] Barton
Duplicate
(B) Monday after ... [5 May 1410] - ... after Ascension [25 May] 1411
John Barton
Duplicate
The balance of this account is taken up on the account opening on Monday after Ascension 1411. Name supplied from duplicate.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 183.
DCD-Cham. acs 1411-2   1411-2
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [25 May] 1411 - Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1412
John Barton
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension 14.. [25 May 1411] - Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1412
... [John] Barton
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 183.
DCD-Cham. acs 1412-3   1412-3
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1412 - Monday after Ascension [5 June] 1413
John Barton
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension 14.. [16 May 1412] - ... after Ascension 14.3 [5 June 1413]
... [John] Barton
Duplicate
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 183.
DCD-Cham. acs 1413-4   1413-4
Four copies
(A) Monday after Ascension ... [5 June 1413] - Monday 1414 after ... [21 May]
John Barton
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [5 June] 1413 - Monday after Ascension [21 May] 1414
John Barton
First draft
(C) ... [5 June 1413 - 21 May 1414]
... [John Barton]
Duplicate
(D) Monday after Ascension [5 June] 1413 - Monday after Ascension [21 May] 1414
John Barton
Second draft
Extracted: (B) 99. 183; mentioned [A, D] 99. 183, (C) 99. 184 one of '1410-15'.
DCD-Cham. acs 1414   1414
Three copies
(A) Monday after ... ..14 [21 May 1414] - Cuthbert same year [4 September 1414]
John Barton
Duplicate
With Status
(B) Monday after Ascension [21 May] 1414 - Cuthbert in September [4 September] same year
John Barton
Duplicate
With Status
(C) Monday after Ascension 1... [21 May 1414] - ... in September [4 September 1414]
John Barton
Draft
With Status
Contemporary addition to heading specifies Cuthbert's feast as being in September.
Extracted: [A, B] 99. 184 '1414-5'; (C) draft (C) mentioned 99. 184 '1414-5'. Status: printed 99. 184.

Clothing purchases, 3 May [1422 ?] - 3 May [1423 ?]: Misc. Ch. 6080 dorse.

"13 May 1439 - 25 May 1440" [recte 1440 - 1441 draft ?] [receipts only]: Misc. Ch. 1070
DCD-Cham. acs 1440-1   1440-1
Two copies
(A) Friday 13 May 1440 - Friday 25 May [25/26 May] 1441
Thomas Nesbitt
Duplicate
With Inventory
(B) Friday 13 May 1440 - Friday 25 May [25/26 May] 1441
Thomas Nesbitt
Duplicate
With Inventory
Either Thursday 25 May or Friday 26 May in 1441.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 184.
DCD-Cham. acs 1441-2   1441-2
Two copies
(A) Friday ... [25/26 May] .441 - Friday 11 May ... [1442]
Thomas Nesbitt
Duplicate
(B) Friday 25 May [25/26 May] ... [1441] - Friday 11 May 1442
Thomas Nesbitt
Duplicate
Either Thursday 25 May or Friday 26 May in 1441.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 184-5.
DCD-Cham. acs 1442   1442
Two copies
(A) 11 May 1442 - Martin said year [11 November 1442]
Thomas Nesbitt
Duplicate
(B) 11 May 1442 - Martin said year [11 November 1442]
Thomas Nesbitt
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 185.
DCD-Cham. acs 1442-3   1442-3
Two copies
(A) Martin in Winter [11 November] 1442 - Monday after Ascension [3 June] 1443
Richard Blackburn
Duplicate
(B) Martin in Winter [11 November] 1442 - Monday after Ascension 144. [3 June 1443]
Richard Blackburn
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 185.
DCD-Cham. acs 1443-4   1443-4
... [3 June] 1443 - Monday after same feast [25 May] 1444
Richard Blackburn
This account takes up the balance of the account closed on Monday after Ascension 1443.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 185.
DCD-Cham. acs 1444-5   1444-5
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [25 May] 1444 - Monday after same feast [10 May] 1445
Richard Blackburn
Duplicate
With Status
(B) Monday after Ascension [25 May] 1444 - Monday after same feast 144. [10 May 1445]
Richard Blackburn
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 185-6.
DCD-Cham. acs 1447-8   1447-8
Two copies
(A) ... after Ascension [22 May] 1447 - Monday after same ... [6 May] 1448
John Pencher
Duplicate
With Status
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [22 May] 1447 - Monday after same feast [6 May] 1448
John P... [Pencher]
Duplicate
With Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 186.
DCD-Cham. acs 1448-9   1448-9
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [6 May] 1448 - Monday after same feast [26 May] 1449
John Pencher
Duplicate
With Status
(B) Monday after Ascension [6 May] 1448 - Monday after same feast [26 May] 1449
John Pencher
Duplicate
With Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 186.
DCD-Cham. acs 1449-50   1449-50
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [26 May] 1449 - Monday after same feast [18 May] 1450
John Pencher
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [26 May] 1449 - Monday after same feast [18 May] 1450
John Pencher
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 186.
DCD-Cham. acs 1450-1   1450-1
Three copies
(A) Monday [after] Ascension [18 May] 1450 - ... after same feast [7 June] 1451
John Pencher
Triplicates
With Status
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1450 - Monday after same feast [7 June] 1451
John Pencher
Triplicate
(C) ... after Ascension 1... [18 May 1450] - Monday after same feast 1..1 [7 June 1451]
John Pencher
Triplicate
With Status
Duplicate
Printed: (A) 99. 186-9; [B, C] mentioned 99. 186. Status (A) 99. 190.
DCD-Cham. acs 1452-3   1452-3
Monday af. ..ension [22 May] 1452 - Monday after same feast [14 May] 1453
Henry Rakett
As the balance of this account is taken up on the account opening on Monday after Ascension 1453, the closing date of this account is firm and the opening date therefore confirmed.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 190.
DCD-Cham. acs 1453-4   1453-4
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [14 May] 1453 - Monday after same feast [3 June] 1454
Henry Rakett
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [14 May] 1453 - Monday after same feast [3 June] 1454
Henry Rakett
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 190-1.
DCD-Cham. acs 1454-5   1454-5
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [3 June] 1454 - Monday after same feast [19 May] 1455
Henry Rakett
Duplicate
(B) ... 145. [3 June 1454] - ... feast [19 May] 1455
Henry Rakett
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 191.
DCD-Cham. acs 1455-6   1455-6
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [19 May] 1455 - Monday after same feast [10 May] 1456
Henry Rakett
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [19 May] 1455 - Monday after same feast [10 May] 1456
Henry Rakett
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 191.
DCD-Cham. acs 1456-7   1456-7
Monday ... Ascension [10 May] 1456 - ...day after same feast [30 May] 1457
Henry Rakett
With Status

This account takes up the balance of the account closed on Monday after Ascension 1456. Careful examination of the balance, the sum of the balance and the totals for receipts on the account opened on Monday ... Ascension 1457 reveals that it takes up the balance of this account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 192.
DCD-Cham. acs 1457-8   1457-8
Monday ... Ascension [30 May] 1457 - Monday after ...on [15 May] ..58
Richard Wrake
Careful examination of the balance, the sum of the balance and the totals for receipts on this account reveals that it takes up the balance of the account closed on ...day after Ascension 1457. The remaining letters together with the accounting practice of the period indicate the feast used in the closing date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 192.
DCD-Cham. acs 1475-6   1475-6
Monday after Ascension [8 May] 1475 - Monday after same feast [27 May] 1476
William Rodburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 192-3.
DCD-Cham. acs 1476-7   1476-7
Two copies
(A) ... after ... [27 May] 1476 - Monday after ... 14.7 [19 May 1477]
William Rodburn
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [27 May] 1476 - Monday after same feast [19 May] 1477
William Rodburn
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 193.
DCD-Cham. acs 1478-9   1478-9
... [4 May] ..78 - Monday after ... [24 May] ..7.
...odburn [William Rodburn]
As the receipts indicate that the account covers a year, the words left of the closing date support the assumption that this account follows the practice of the period in running from one Monday after Ascension to the next. The only Durham monk of the period known to have the surviving letters in his second name.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 193.
DCD-Cham. acs 1480-1   1480-1
...day ... Ascension [15 May] 1480 - same feast 1... [4 June 1481]
William Rodburn
The balance of this account, calculated by subtracting expenses from receipts, is taken up on the account opening on Monday after Ascension 1481, showing that 'same feast' is a loose usage, found elsewhere, for 'same day'. Confirmation of the closing date indicates that the opening date was Monday after Ascension, and not, as 'same feast' might suggest, Thursday the feast of the Ascension.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 193.
DCD-Cham. acs 1481-2   1481-2
Monday after Ascension [4 June] 1481 - Monday after same feast [20 May] 1482
W... [William] Rodburn
[Unfinished]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 193.
DCD-Cham. acs 1486-7   1486-7
Monday after Ascension [8 May] 1486 - Monday after same feast [28 May] 1487
John Danby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 193-4.
DCD-Cham. acs 1494-5   1494-5
Monday after Ascension [12 May] 1494 - Monday after same feast [1 June] 1495
Robert Bates
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 194.
DCD-Cham. acs 1498-9   1498-9
... Ascension [c.28 May] 1498 - ... [c.13 May] 1499
Robert Weardale
The account appears to cover a year and there is no reason to suppose that it diverges from the regular practice of accounting from one Monday after Ascension to the next.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 194-5.
DCD-Cham. acs 1504-5   1504-5
Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1504 - same feast [5 May] 1505
Robert Rook
The term 'feast' here is taken to be an example of its loose usage in place of 'day'.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 195.
DCD-Cham. acs 1509-10   1509-10
Monday after Ascension [21 May] 1509 - same feast [13 May] 1510
John Wrake
The term 'feast' here is taken to be an example of its loose usage in place of 'day'.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 195.
DCD-Cham. acs 1521-2   1521-2
Monday after Ascension [13 May] 1521 - same feast [2 June] 1522
Christopher Willy
With List of quarterly payments to monks
The term 'feast' here is taken to be an example of its loose usage in place of 'day'.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 195.
DCD-Cham. acs 1523-4   1523-4
Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1523 - same feast [9 May] 1524
Christopher Willy
The term 'feast' here is taken to be an example of its loose usage in place of 'day'.
DCD-Cham. acs 1525-6   1525-6
Monday after Ascension [29 May] 1525 - same feast [14 May] 1526
John Porter
The term 'feast' here is taken to be an example of its loose usage in place of 'day'.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 196.
DCD-Cham. acs 1527-8   1527-8
Pentecost [9 June] 1527 - same feast [31 May] 1528
William Wylome
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 196.
DCD-Cham. acs 1532-3   1532-3
Pentecost [19 May] 1532 - same feast [1 June] 1533
Thomas Spark
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 196-8.
with Receiver in Yorkshire

c.1428 [frag.: last 2 sections of Expenses, and Exoneration]: Misc. Ch. 7133.
Communar
Reference: DCD-Com. acs
Dates of creation: 1416 - 1538
Extent: 32 items

Sale of Bywell St Peter tithes, 1311: 4.3.Sacr.33/2

Sale of Bywell St Peter tithes, 1345: 4.3.Sacr.33/1

Sale of Bywell St Peter tithes, 1370: 4.3.Sacr.33/3 face

Sale of Bywell St Peter tithes, 1371: 4.3.Sacr.33/3 dorse

Whittonstall chapel fruits, c. 1410: 1.1.Sacr.25
DCD-Com. acs 1416-7   1416-7
Romans ep. [23 October] 141. - Petronilla [31 May] 1417
William Graystanes & John Tynemouth
Period covered by the account is clearly less than a full year
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 285-8.
DCD-Com. acs 1430-1   1430-1
Pentecost, 4 June, 1430 - same feast [20 May] 1431
Robert Erghowe
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 288.
DCD-Com. acs 1438-9   1438-9
... [1 June 1438 - 24 May 1439]
...
The list of Arrears on this Account, when compared with that on the Account 1430-1, shows that seven years had elapsed between the two. In common with others of the period, this Account is taken to open and close at Pentecost.
DCD-Com. acs 1440   1440
Two copies:
: (A) ...
... [William Eden]
Fair copy
(B) ...
... [William Eden]
Draft
Opening date established from (B), where the sum for the arrears of the last account matches that given on the account taken to close on this date as the arrears of that account. Closing date from (A), where the sum for the arrears of this account is the same as that given as arrears of the last account on the account opened on this date. Accountant named on Account for 1453-4, which names accountants for preceding fourteen years.
DCD-Com. acs 1440-1   1440-1
... [15 May 1440 - 4 June 1441]
... [William Eden]
Dorse: Status [of building materials and tools]
Debit balance from the foot of this account appears as first item under expenses on account for 1441-2. Opening and closing at Pentecost is assumed as this is the feast with which all subsequent accounts, and that of 1430-1 start and end. Accountant taken from list on account for 1453-4.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 289 'c. 1440'.
DCD-Com. acs 1441-2   1441-2
Two copies:
: (A) ...
... [William Eden]
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost [4 June] 1441 - same feast next year [20 May 1442]
... [William Eden]
Draft
Accountant taken from list on account for 1453-4.
Mentioned: (A) 100. 289: (B) ' s.a. Do '.
DCD-Com. acs 1445-6   1445-6
... [16 May ? 1445 - 5 June ? 1446]
... [Richard Kelloe]
Dated from the arrears list on the account for 1453-4, which shows John Hoton as Communar in 1451-2, preceded by Richard Kelloe for seven years, and William Eden for five years before that. Arrears given in balancing this account show that it belongs to the second year of Eden's immediate successor. It is assumed to open and close at Pentecost, as previous and subsequent accounts do.
DCD-Com. acs 1453-4   1453-4
Pentecost [20 May] 1453 - same feast [9 June] 1454
Richard Wrake
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 289.
DCD-Com. acs 1474-5   1474-5
Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - same feast [14 May] 1475
John Danby
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 289.
DCD-Com. acs 1480-1   1480-1
Pentecost [21 May] 1480 - same feast [10 June] 1481
Robert Billingham
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 289.
DCD-Com. acs 1489-90   1489-90
... [7 June] 1489 - same feast [30 May] .490
John Hamsterley
Starting feast is assumed to be Pentecost as earlier and later.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 289.
DCD-Com. acs 1495-6   1495-6
... [? 7 June 1495 - ? 22 May 1496]
... [John Porter]
Account refers to William Burdon's obit, which also appears on the Bursar's Account 1495-6, and to Thomas Dune and Robert Strother going to Oxford, where they were appointed Bursars in January 1496 (Reg. Parv. IV, f. 39). The account covers a year, and presumably runs from Pentecost as usual. Accountant named from arrears on Communar's Account for 1499-1500, which shows that accountants in 1495-6 and 1496-7 were identical.
DCD-Com. acs 1496-7   1496-7
Pentecost [22 May] 1496 - same feast [14 May] 1497
John Porter
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 289.
DCD-Com. acs 1497-8   1497-8
... [14 May ? 1497 - 3 June ? 1498]
... [John Porter]
Account includes an allowance for Year 33 of a 79-year lease to William Cornforth; that of 1496-7 has the allowance for Year 32 and that of 1499-1500 for Year 35. Date is confirmed by the fact that the sum given in the Balance as Arrears of three years is the total of the sums given in the balance of the previous Account as Arrears of that year, and presumably runs from Pentecost as usual. Arrears on the Communar's Account 1499-1500 show that accountants for 1496-7 and 1497-8 were identical.
DCD-Com. acs 1499-1500   1499-1500
... [19 May ? 1499 - 7 June ? 1500]
... [John Porter]
Dated from the arrears list given in balancing of the account, compared with that in the account for 1496-7; also from the last item under Allowances (last item of expenses), which mentions the number of years an agreement has run, and can be compared with the corresponding entry on dated accounts. Accountant named on arrears lists for 1496-7 and 1505-6
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 289 'c. 1490'.
DCD-Com. acs 1502-3   1502-3
... [15 May 1502] - same feast ... [4 June 1503]
... [William Darnton]
Dated from arrears in this account compared with those in the account for 1505-6: this is the first account of John Porter's successor, William Darnton. Last item under Allowances mentions that an agreement has run for 38 years, which can be compared with corresponding entry on dated accounts. Accountant named on list of arrears on account 1505-6.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 290 'c. 1500'.
DCD-Com. acs 1505-6   1505-6
Pentecost [11 May] 1505 - same feast [31 May] 1506
William Darnton
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 290.
DCD-Com. acs 1508-9   1508-9
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
John Riddell
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
John Riddell
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 290.
DCD-Com. acs 1510-1   1510-1
Pentecost [19 May] 1510 - same feast [8 June] 1511
Robert Wardell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 290-1.
DCD-Com. acs 1511-2   1511-2
Pentecost [8 June] 1511 - same feast [30 May] 1512
Robert Wardell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 291-2.
DCD-Com. acs 1513-4   1513-4
Pentecost [15 May] 1513 - same feast [4 June] 1514
Robert Wardell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 292.
DCD-Com. acs 1516-7   1516-7
Pentecost [11 May] 1516 - same feast [31 May] 1517
Ralph Blakeston
With Status, 1517
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 292-4.
DCD-Com. acs 1517-8   1517-8
Pentecost [31 May] 1517 - same feast [23 May] 1518
Richard Herrington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 294.
DCD-Com. acs 1524-5   1524-5
Three copies:
(A) Pentecost [15 May] 1524 - same feast [4 June] 1525
Richard Wheldon
Triplicate
(A) Pentecost [15 May] 1524 - same feast [4 June] 1525
Richard Wheldon
Triplicate
(A) Pentecost [15 May] 1524 - same feast [4 June] 1525
Richard Wheldon
Triplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 294-7.
DCD-Com. acs 1534-5   1534-5
... [24 May] 1534 ... feast [16 May] 1535
John Brown
Assumed to start and finish at same feast as earlier and later accounts
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 298.
DCD-Com. acs 1537-8   1537-8
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [20 May] 1537 - same feast [9 June] 1538
Henry Brown
(A) Pentecost [20 May] 1537 - same feast [9 June] 1538
Henry Brown
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 298.
Feretrar
Reference: DCD-Feret. acs
Dates of creation: 1375 - 1538
Extent: 149 items
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1375-6   1375-6
'75 [28 April 1375 - 21 May 1376]
Hugh Howick; John of Allerton, colleague
The dates of receipts are given; the first is Vitalis, the last Vigil of Ascension.
Printed: Surtees Society 100. 420.
DCD-Feret. acs 1376   1376
Pentecost [1 June] '76 - Basil following [14 June 1376]
Hugh Howick
Printed: Surtees Society 100. 421.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1376   1376
Two counterparts
(A) '76 [1 June - 14 June 1376]
Hugh Howick; John of Allerton, colleague
Counterpart
(B) '76 [1 June - 14 June 1376]
Hugh Howick; John of Allerton, colleague
Counterpart
The dates of receipts are given: the first is Pentecost, the last Basil.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 420.
DCD-Feret. acs 1376-7   1376-7
John ... [24 June 1376] - same feast [24 June] '77
William of Goldsborough
It is clear from Pyx Receipts, 1376-7 that the account covers only one year; the heading does not specify which feast of John, but as the first payment to the Convent is dated Peter's Chains, 1 August, it seems clear that Nativity of John the Baptist is meant. The previous account closed on 14 June and Pyx Receipts, 1376-7 show the Account's receipts extending to 11 July 1377; the terminal dates may be somewhat nominal.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 421-2.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1376-7   1376-7
'76 [14 x 28 June 1376 - 11 July 1377]
William of Goldsborough; John of Allerton, colleague
The dates of receipts are given; the last is Translation of Benedict. The earliest is Basil ep, 14 June, but this does not come first, nor does the sum match that given for this day on the Pyx Receipts, 1376; although it may refer to 14 June 1377, it is more likely an error for Boisil, 7 July, which would fit into the chronological order. The first receipt given is undated and concerns part of the surplus of the account closed on 14 June 1376; the second receipt is dated Leo, 28 June. The opening date is taken to fall between the two.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 420 'Indenture'.
DCD-Feret. acs 1377-8   1377-8
John the Baptist [24 June] '77 - James ... [25 July 1378]
William of Goldsborough
The opening feast of John the Baptist is taken to be the same feast as on the previous account, closed on 24 June 1377. The account apparently covers only one year.
DCD-Feret. acs 1378-9   1378-9
Two copies
(A) James [25 July] 1378 - same day [25 July] '79
John of Allerton
Duplicate
(B) James [25 July] 1378 - same day [25 July] '79
John of Allerton
Duplicate
Extracted: (B) 100. 422.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1379   1379
'78 [6 January - 10 August 1379]
John of Allerton; Robert of Blacklaw, colleague
The dates of receipts are given: the first is Epiphany, the last Lawrence.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 422.
DCD-Feret. acs 1379-80   1379-80
Two counterparts
(A) James [25 July] 1379 - same day [25 July] '80
John of Allerton
Counterpart
(B) James [25 July] 1379 - same day [25 July] '80
John of Allerton
Counterpart
Extracted: (A) 100. 422-3; (B) mentioned 100. 422.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1379-80   1379-80
1379 [6 October 1379 - 25 July 1380]
John of Allerton; Thomas d'Autre, colleague
The dates of receipts are given; the first is Faith, the last James.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 423.
DCD-Feret. acs 1380-1   1380-1
Two copies
(A) James [25 July] 1380 - same day [25 July] '81
John of Allerton
Duplicate
(B) ... [25 July 1380 - 25 July 1381]
... [John of Allerton]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 423; (B) mentioned 100. 423.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1380-1   1380-1
1380 [15 August 1380 - 24 July 1381]
John of Allerton; Thomas d'Autre, colleague
The dates of receipts are given: the first is Assumption of Virgin Mary, the last Vigil of James.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 423.
DCD-Feret. acs 1381-2   1381-2
Two copies
(A) ... [25 July 1381 - 25 July 1382]
... [John of Allerton]
Duplicate
(B) ... [25 July 1381 - 25 July 1382]
... [John of Allerton]
Duplicate
The opening date is established from the fact that the Account takes up the balance of the account closed on this date, the balance taken up being deduced by subtracting receipts from the pyx from the total of receipts. The closing date is clear from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on this date. Named on Feretrar's Pyx Receipts, 1381-2.
Extracted: (A) 100. 424; (B) mentioned 100. 424.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1381-2   1381-2
1381 [12 August 1381 - 24 July 1382]
John of Allerton; Thomas d'Autre, colleague
The dates of receipts are given: the first is Octave of Oswald, the last Christina.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 424.
DCD-Feret. acs 1382-3   1382-3
James [25 July] 1382 - same day [25 July] '83
John of Allerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 424.

Inventory of relics, 1383: Durham Cathedral MS B.II.35 ff. 192r-198v
Printed: Surtees Society 100. 425-40.
DCD-Feret. acs 1383-4   1383-4
(A) James [25 July] 1383 - same feast next year [25 July 1384]
Richard of Sedgebrook
Duplicate
(B) ... [25 July 1383 - 25 July 1384]
... [Richard of Sedgebrook]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 424-5; (B) mentioned 100. 424.
DCD-Feret. acs 1384-5   1384-5
James [25 July] 1384 - Barnabas following [11 June 1385]
Richard of Sedgebrook
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 440-1.
DCD-Feret. acs 1385-6   1385-6
John the Baptist [24 June] 1385 - same feast next year [24 June 1386]
Thomas Lythe
The presumption that the feast is the more common one of the Nativity is confirmed by the fact that this account takes up the balance of the account closed on 11 June 1385.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 441.
DCD-Feret. acs 1386-7   1386-7
John the Baptist [24 June] 1386 - same feast next year [24 June 1387]
Thomas Lythe
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 442.
DCD-Feret. acs 1387   1387
Two copies
(A) John the Baptist [24 June] 1387 - Martinmas same year [11 November 1387]
Thomas Lythe
Schedule: Details of creditors
Duplicate
(B) John the Baptist [24 June] 1387 - Martinmas same year [11 November 1387]
Thomas Lythe
Schedule: Details of creditors
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 442-3; (B) mentioned 100. 442.
DCD-Feret. acs 1388-9   1388-9
John the Baptist [24 June] 1388 - same feast next year [24 June 1389]
Thomas Lythe
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 443.
DCD-Feret. acs 1389-90   1389-90
John the Baptist [24 June] 1389 - same feast next year [24 June 1390]
Thomas Lythe
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 443-4.
DCD-Feret. acs 1391   1391
John the Baptist [24 June] 1391 - Michaelmas [29 September 1391]
Thomas Lythe
The account clearly covers less than a year: it includes only two of the normal four or five payments made to the monks in a full year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 444.
DCD-Feret. acs Status 1397   1397
Basil [14 June] 1397
Robert of Lanchester
Printed: Surtees Society 100. 444-5.
DCD-Feret. acs 1397-8   1397-8
Basil [14 June] 1397 - same feast [14 June] '8
Thomas Lythe
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 446.
DCD-Feret. acs 1398-9   1398-9
Two counterparts
(A) Basil [14 June] 1398 - same feast [14 June] '9
Thomas Lythe
Counterpart
(B) Basil [14 June] 1398 - same feast [14 June] '9
Thomas Lythe
Counterpart
Extracted: (A) 100. 446-7; (B) mentioned 100. 446.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1398-9   1398-9
Basil [14 June] 1398 - -- [20 or 21 May 1399]
Thomas Lythe; John Durham, colleague
The last receipt is dated Whit-week, day after Dunstan, Wednesday; in 1399 the day after Dunstan, 20 May, fell on Tuesday in Whit-week, Wednesday in Whit-week being 21 May.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 447.
DCD-Feret. acs 1399-1400   1399-1400
Basil [14 June] 1399 - same feast next year [14 June 1400]
Thomas Lythe
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 447-8.
DCD-Feret. acs 1400-1 & 1401   1400-1 & 1401
Basil [14 June] 1400 - same feast next year [14 June 1401]
Thomas Lythe
& Dorse:
Basil [14 June] 1401 - Edmund of Canterbury said year [16 November 1401]
Thomas Lythe
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 448-9.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1401   1401
Basil [14 June] 1401 - -- [16 November 1401]
Thomas Lythe; John Bywell, colleague
The last receipt is dated Edmund ep and follows those dated in October by their feasts.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 450.
DCD-Feret. acs Status 1401   1401
Edmund archiep [16 November] 1401
Thomas Lythe
Printed: Surtees Society 100. 450-4.
DCD-Feret. acs 1402-3   1402-3
Pentecost [14 May] 1402 - same feast next year [3 June 1403]
William Pocklington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 455.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1402-3   1402-3
1402 [21 May 1402 - 26 May 1403]
William Pocklington; John Bywell
The receipts are dated: the first Trinity and the last Augustine apostle of the English.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 455.
DCD-Feret. acs 1403-4   1403-4
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [3 June] 1403 - same feast next year [18 May 1404]
William Pocklington
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost 14.. [3 June 1403] - same feast next year [18 May 1404]
William Pocklington
Duplicate
Extracted: (B) 100. 455; (A) mentioned 100. 455.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1403-4   1403-4
1403 [6 June 1403 - 9 May 1404]
William Pocklington; John Bywell, colleague
The receipts are dated: the first Wednesday after Pentecost, the last Translation of Nicholas.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 455.
DCD-Feret. acs 1404-5   1404-5
... [c.18 May 1404 - 6 October 1405]
... [?William Pocklington]
The closing date is established from the fact that the account opened on that date takes up the balance of this account; the period covered seems to be about eighteen months, since payments are included to the abbot of Blanchland for three six-monthly terms, and the account is taken to open on the date on which the previous account closed. Assumption from the fact that he was the accountant in 1403-4 and 1405-6.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 450 'Comp. c. 1400'.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1405/1407   1405/1407
-- [3 May - 14 September]
William Pocklington; Roger Lanchester
The receipts are dated: the first Invention of the Cross, the last Exaltation of the Cross. The year is not given. For the period when William Pocklington was Feretrar there are rolls of Pyx Receipts with a different colleague named from Roger Lanchester, within the dates established, for all years except 1405 and 1407. This roll presumably belongs to one of these two years.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 456 one of 'tribus Indenturis'.
DCD-Feret. acs 1405-6   1405-6
Faith [6 October] 1405 - same feast [6 October] '6
William Pocklington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 456.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1406   1406
1406 [10 June - 14 September 1406]
William Pocklington; Robert Easby
The receipts are dated: the first Corpus Christi, the last Exaltation of the Cross.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 456 'et Indentura'.
DCD-Feret. acs 1406-7   1406-7
Two copies
(A) Faith [6 October] 1406 - same feast next year [6 October 1407]
William Pocklington
Duplicate
(B) Faith [6 October] 1406 - same feast next year [6 October 1407]
William Pocklington
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 456.
DCD-Feret. acs Payments to monks, 1406-7   ?1406-7
...
[i] All Saints [1 November]; [ii], etc: --
There are three early fifteenth century rolls containing lists of monks, with notes of payments made to them. On this roll, which has lost its head, the letters 'a b c d' indicate the payments for four terms, and the first of these is given as All Saints in the totals at the foot. The most junior monk mentioned by name is Henry Helay who entered c.1400 [SS 136 fol 74r]; distributions on the deaths of John of Bolton and Reginald of Billingham are recorded on the Bursar's Account for 15 May 1407 - 3 June 1408. Between 1400 and 1408 the only accounting years that allow of a first payment at All Saints are 1405-6, 1406-7 and 1407-8. On the Feretrar's Account for 1406-7 an entry refers to payments to Roger of Mainsforth and Thomas Esh for the previous year; this may well explain why the roll has entries for these two monks both in the main part of the list and at the foot. The Account for 1406-7 also refers to the departure of Thomas Staplay for Oxford and of John Fishwick for Lytham; this would explain why on the roll their names are marked only 'a', with no 'b c d'. For these reasons it is probable that the roll is to be dated 1406-7, even though its rough totals do not seem to match the sum distributed to monks as given on the account for 1406-7.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 450.
DCD-Feret. acs 1407-8   1407-8
Faith [6 October] 1407 - same feast next year [6 October 1408]
William Pocklington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 456.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1407-8   1407-8
1407 [29 November 1407 - 4 June 1408]
William Pocklington; Robert Easby
The receipts are dated: the first Vigil of Andrew, the last Whit-Monday.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 456.
DCD-Feret. acs Payments to monks, 1407-8   ?1407-8
--
[Peter] at the Chains [1 August]; All Saints [1 November]; etc.
There are three early fifteenth-century rolls containing lists of monks with notes of payments made to them. On this roll the letters 'a b c d' indicate separate payments; the totals at the foot only refer specifically to two of the terms, as shown above. The most junior monk mentioned by name is Henry Helay who entered c.1400 [SS 136 fol 74r]; the distribution on the death of John of Bolton is recorded on the Bursar's Account for 15 May 1407 - 3 June 1408. Between 1400 and June 1408 it seems possible to exclude every period that the roll might cover except 1407-8. The payments to Roger of Mainsforth exclude 1400-1405 because he held office as Hostiller during this period: major office holders did not receive these payments, and hence there are no payments on the roll probably dateable to 1406-7 to Thomas Rome, sacrist 1406-1409, while the name of William Barry, Hostiller 1406-1423, is deleted. The payments to Richard Stockton and Thomas Lythe also exclude the periods when they held office as sacrist: 1400-1401 and 1401-1404 respectively. 1405-1406 is excluded by the payments to John Wessington: he accounted as one of the Bursars of Durham College Oxford August 1405 - April 1406. For 1406-7 there appears to be a different roll extant. Support for a dating to 1407-8 is provided by the fact that John of Bolton is marked only 'a b', with no 'c d': the distribution on his death between May 1407 and June 1408 already mentioned would explain this. Moreoever in c.1500 the roll was endorsed '1408'.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 457-8.
DCD-Feret. acs 1408-9   1408-9
Two copies
(A) Faith [6 October] 1408 - Purification same year [2 February 1409]
William Pocklington
Duplicate
(B) Faith [6 October] 1408 - Purification same year [2 February 1409]
William Pocklington
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 456-7.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1408-9   1408-9
1408 [31 October 1408 - 28 January 1409]
William Pocklington; Roger Lanchester, colleague
The receipts are dated: the first Vigil of All Saints, the last Second Agnes.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 456 one of 'tribus Indenturis'.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1409-10   1409-10
1408 [12 March 1409 - 1 February 1410]
William Southwick; Roger Lanchester, colleague
The receipts are dated: the first Gregory, the last Brigid.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 456 one of 'tribus Indenturis'.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1410-1   1410-1
1409 [12 March 1410 - 1 February 1411]
William Southwick; John Swineshead
The receipts are dated: the first Gregory, the last Brigid.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 458 '1409'.
DCD-Feret. acs Payments to monks, 1410-1   ?1410-1
--
[i] Invention [of the Cross] [3 May]; [ii] Peter at the Chains [1 August]; [iii] Michaelmas [29 September]; [iv] All Saints [1 November]; [v] Purification [2 February].
There are three early fifteenth century rolls containing lists of monks showing payments made to them. On this roll there are five separate lists, headed with the feasts given above. The most junior monk mentioned by name is John Durham Junior who entered c.1403 (SS 136 f. 74v); the distribution on the death of Walter Teesdale is recorded on the Bursar's Account for 22 May 1412 - 11 June 1413. For the whole period 1402-1413 there are either Feretrar's Accounts or Pyx Receipts extant, and among these the only ones that fit with the nine months covered by the roll are the Pyx Receipts for 1409-10 and 1410-1; all the rest begin or end between May and February. It appears impossible to exclude 1409-10, but it is most improbable: none of the termly lists, even 3 May, includes any of the four monks, John of Bishopton, Roger of Mainsforth, Thomas Harle and Richard Rothbury, whose deaths occasioned distributions recorded on the Bursar's Account for 26 May 1409 - 11 May 1410. Evidence in favour of 1410-1 is the fact that Walter Teesdale disappears after the termly list for 1 November while Thomas Lythe only appears thereafter: the latter accounted as Master of Jarrow up to 5 May 1410, the former from 25 October 1410 [SS 29 pp 83 and 86].
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 457 '1'.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1411   1411
1410 [19 March 1411 - 5 September 1411]
William Southwick; John Swineshead
The receipts are dated; the first Vigil of Cuthbert in March, the last day after Translation of Cuthbert.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 458 'inter eosdem'.
DCD-Feret. acs 1411-2   1411-2
Two copies
(A) Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1411 - same feast [8 September] 1412
Robert Crayke
Duplicate
(B) Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1411 - same feast [8 September] 1412
Robert Crayke
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 458; (B) mentioned 100. 458.
DCD-Feret. acs Pyx Receipts, 1411-2   1411-2
Vigil of Nativity of Virgin Mary [7 September] 1411 - -- [4 September 1412]
Robert Crayke & William Durham
The receipts are dated: the last Cuthbert.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 458.
DCD-Feret. acs 1412-3   1412-3
(A) Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1412 - same feast [8 September] '13
Robert Crayke & John Durham
Duplicate
(B) Nativity of Virgin Mary 1... [8 September 1412] - same feast [8 September] '13
Robert Crayke & John Durham
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 458-9; (B) mentioned 100.458.
DCD-Feret. acs 1413-4   1413-4
Two copies
(A) Nativity of Virgin Mary 1.1. [8 September 1413] - same feast [8 September] 1414
Robert Crayke & John Durham
Duplicate
(B) Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1413 - same feast [8 September] 1414
Robert Crayke & John Durham
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 459; (B) mentioned 100. 459.
DCD-Feret. acs 1414-5   1414-5
Two copies
(A) Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1414 - same day [8 September] 1415
Robert Crayke & John Durham
Duplicate
(B) Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1414 - same day [8 September] '15
Robert Crayke & John Durham
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 459-60.
DCD-Feret. acs 1415-6   1415-6
Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1415 - -- [8 September] '16
Robert Crayke & John Durham
The closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up in the account opened on that date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 460.
DCD-Feret. acs 1416-7   1416-7
Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1416 - same feast [8 September] '17
Robert Crayke & John Durham
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 460.
DCD-Feret. acs 1417-8   1417-8
Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1417 - Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1418
Robert Crayke & John Durham
Status
<Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1418> Delivered by Robert Crayke to John Durham
The date has been erased; the reason is not clear, but Robert Crayke's infirmity mentioned in the account, perhaps even his death, may have confused the dating of his replacement.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 460-1. Status printed 100. 461-2.
DCD-Feret. acs 1418-9   1418-9
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] ...8 - same feast [9 May] 1419
John Durham & John Lytham
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 462.
DCD-Feret. acs 1419-20   1419-20
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1419 - same feast [9 May] '20
John Durham & John Lytham
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 462.
DCD-Feret. acs 1420-1   1420-1
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1420 - same feast [9 May] 1421
John Durham & Roger Lanchester
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 463.
DCD-Feret. acs 1421-2   1421-2
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1421 - same feast [9 May] 1422
John Durham & Thomas Heslerig
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1421 - same feast [9 May] 1422
John Durham & Thomas Heslerig
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 463; (B) mentioned 100. 463.
DCD-Feret. acs 1422-3   1422-3
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1422 - same feast [9 May] 1423
John Durham & Thomas Heslerig
Duplicate
(B) ... [9 May 1422 - 9 May 1423]
... [John Durham & Thomas Heslerig]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 463-4; (B) mentioned 100. 463.
DCD-Feret. acs 1423-4   1423-4
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1423 - same feast [9 May] 1424
John Durham & Thomas Ayre
Duplicate
(B) ... [9 May 1423] - same feast [9 May] ..24
...ham [John Durham] & Thomas Ay.. [Ayre]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 464; (B) mentioned 100. 464.
DCD-Feret. acs 1424-5   1424-5
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1424 - same feast [9 May] 1425
John Durham & Thomas Ayre
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1424 - same feast [9 May] 1425
John Durham & Thomas Ayre
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 464-5.
DCD-Feret. acs 1425-6   1425-6
Two variant copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1425 - same feast [9 May] 1426
John Durham
Variant version
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1425 - same feast [9 May] 1426>lb John Durham>lb Variant version
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 465.
DCD-Feret. acs 1426-7   1426-7
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1426 - same feast [9 May] 1427
John Durham
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1426 - same feast [9 May] 1427
John Durham
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 465; (B) mentioned 100. 465.
DCD-Feret. acs 1427-8   1427-8
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1427 - same feast [9 May] 1428
John Durham & Thomas Hexham
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1427 - same feast [9 May] 1428
John Durham & Thomas Hexham
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 466.
DCD-Feret. acs 1428-9   1428-9
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas 14.. [9 May 1428] - same feast [9 May] 1429
John Durham
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] ..28 - ... [9 May] ..29
... [John Durham]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 466.
DCD-Feret. acs 1429-30   1429-30
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1429 - same feast [9 May] 1430
John Durham
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 466.
DCD-Feret. acs 1430-1   1430-1
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1430 - same feast [9 May] 1431
John Durham
Duplicate
(B) ... Nicholas ... [9 May 1430] - ... [9 May] 1431
... [John Durham]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 467; (B) men. 100.467.
DCD-Feret. acs 1431-2   1431-2
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1431 - same feast [9 May] 1432
... [John] Durham
Duplicate
(B) ... [9 May 1431 - 9 May 1432]
... [John Durham]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 467.
DCD-Feret. acs 1432-3   1432-3
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1432 - same feast [9 May] 1433
John Durham
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 467-8.
DCD-Feret. acs 1433-4   1433-4
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1433 - same feast [9 May] 1434
John Durham & John Gateshead
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1433 - same feast [9 May] 1434
John Durham & John Gateshead
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 468.
DCD-Feret. acs 1434-5   1434-5
Two copies
(A) ...lation of Nicholas [9 May] 1434 - same feast ... [9 May 1435]
Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Duplicate
(B) ...tion of Nicholas 143. [9 May 1434] - same feast ..3. [9 May 1435]
Richard Barton & Thomas Le.yn
Duplicate
The account clearly covers only one year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 468.
DCD-Feret. acs 1435-6   1435-6
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1435 - same feast [9 May] 1436 Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Duplicate
(B) Tra... of N...olas [9 May] 1435 - same feast [9 May] 1436
Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 468-9.
DCD-Feret. acs 1436-7   1436-7
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] ...6 - same feast [9 May] 1437
Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1436 - same feast [9 May] 1437
Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 469.
DCD-Feret. acs 1437-8   1437-8
Three copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1437 - same feast [9 May] 1438
Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1437 - same feast [9 May] 1438
Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Duplicate
(C) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1437 - same feast [9 May] 1438
Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Incomplete version
Extracted: (A), (B) 100. 469; (C) mentioned 100. 469.
DCD-Feret. acs 1438-9   1438-9
Two copies
(A) .ran... of Nicholas [9 May] 1438 - same feast [9 May] '39
Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Duplicate
(B) ... Nicholas [9 May] 1438 - same feast ... [9 May 1439]
Richard Barton & Thomas Lewyn
Duplicate
Extracted: (B) 100. 469-70. (A) mentioned 100. 469.
DCD-Feret. acs 1439-40   1439-40
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1439 - same feast [9 May] '40
John Burnaby & Robert Emyldon
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1439 - same feast [9 May] '40
John Burnaby & Robert Emyldon
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 470.
DCD-Feret. acs 1440-1   1440-1
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1440 - Mark [25 April] '41
John Burnaby & Robert Emyldon
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 470.
DCD-Feret. acs 1441-2   1441-2
Two copies
(A) Mark [25 April] 1441 - Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1442
Robert Emyldon & John Ripon
Duplicate
With Status
--
Robert Emyldon
Duplicate
(B) Mark [25 April] 1441 - Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1442
Robert Emyldon & John Ripon
Duplicate
With Status
--
Robert Emyldon
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 470-1; (B) 100. 470. Status printed 100. 471-2.
DCD-Feret. acs 1444-5   1444-5
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1444 - same feast [9 May] '45
William Dalton; John Ripon, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 472.
DCD-Feret. acs 1445-6   1445-6
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1445 - same feast [9 May] 1446
William Dalton; John Ripon, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 472.
DCD-Feret. acs 1446-7   1446-7
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1446 - same feast [9 May] 1447
William Dalton & John Ripon
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 472-3.
DCD-Feret. acs 1447-8   1447-8
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1447 - same feast [9 May] 1448
William Dalton; John Ripon, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 473.
DCD-Feret. acs 1448-9   1448-9
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1448 - same feast [9 May] 1449
William Dalton; John Ripon, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 473.
DCD-Feret. acs 1449-50   1449-50
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1449 - same feast [9 May] 1450
William Dalton; John Ripon, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 474.
DCD-Feret. acs 1450-1   1450-1
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1450 - same feast [9 May] 1451
William Dalton; John Ripon, colleague
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1450 - same feast [9 May] 1451
William Dalton; John Ripon, colleague
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 474.
DCD-Feret. acs 1451-2   1451-2
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1451 - same feast [9 May] 1452
William Dalton; John Ripon, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 474.
DCD-Feret. acs 1452-3   1452-3
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1452 - same feast [9 May] 1453
William Dalton; John Ripon, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 474-5.
DCD-Feret. acs 1453-4   1453-4
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1453 - same feast [9 May] 1454
John Pencher; William Kellowe, colleague
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1453 - same feast [9 May] 1454
John Pencher; William Kellowe, colleague
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 475.
DCD-Feret. acs 1454-5   1454-5
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1454 - same feast [9 May] 1455
John Pencher; William Kellowe, colleague
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1454 - same feast [9 May] 1455
John ...er [Pencher]; William Kellowe, colleague
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 475.
DCD-Feret. acs 1455-6   1455-6
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1455 - same feast [9 May] 1456
John Pencher; Thomas Caly, colleague
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1455 - same feast [9 May] 1456
John Pencher; Thomas C.ly, colleague
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 475-6.
DCD-Feret. acs 1456   1456
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1456 - Aidan following [31 August 1456]
John Pencher; Thomas Caly, colleague
Repeated below
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 476.
DCD-Feret. acs 1456-7   1456-7
Two copies, partly repeating above
(A) [i] Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1456 - Aidan following [31 August]
[ii] Aidan - Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1457
[i] John Pencher; Thomas Caly, colleague
[ii] John Warner; Thomas Caly, colleague
Duplicate
(B) [i] Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1456 - Aidan following [31 August]
[ii] Aidan - Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1457
[i] John Pencher; Thomas Caly, colleague
[ii] John Warner; Thomas Caly, colleague
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 476.
DCD-Feret. acs 1457-8   1457-8
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1457 - same feast [9 May] 1458
John Warner; Thomas Caly & Richard Billingham, colleagues
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1457 - same feast [9 May] 1458
John Warner; Thomas Caly & Richard Billingham, colleagues
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 476-7.
DCD-Feret. acs 1458-9   1458-9
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1458 - same feast [9 May] 1459
John Warner; Richard Billingham & John Green, colleagues
Duplicate
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1458 - same feast [9 May] 1459
John Warner; Richard Billingham & John Green, colleagues
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 477.
DCD-Feret. acs 1459-60   1459-60
Two copies
(A) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1459 - same feast [9 May] 1460
John Warner; John Steel, colleague
Fair copy
(B) Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1459 - same feast [9 May] 1460
John Warner; John Steel, colleague
Draft
Dorse: Draft heading
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1481 - same feast [9 May] --
Thomas Pickering; William Brown, colleague
Extracted: (A) 100. 477-8; (B) mentioned 100. 477.
DCD-Feret. acs 1460-1   1460-1
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1460 - same feast [9 May] '61
John Warner & Richard Blackburn; John Steel, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 478.
DCD-Feret. acs 1480-1   1480-1
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1480 - same feast [9 May] 1481
John Lee; Richard Steel, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 478-9.
DCD-Feret. acs 1488-9   1488-9
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1488 - same feast [9 May] 1489
John Manby; John Claxton, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 479-80.
DCD-Feret. acs 1501-2   1501-2
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1501 - same feast [9 May] 1502
Robert W..dell [Wardell]; John Claxton, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 480-1.
DCD-Feret. acs 1513-4   1513-4
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1513 - same feast [9 May] 1514
John Halywell; John Thirkill, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 481-2.
DCD-Feret. acs 1525-6   1525-6
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1525 - same feast [9 May] 1526
Richard Herrington; Cuthbert Heighington, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 482.
DCD-Feret. acs 1536-7   1536-7
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1536 - same feast [9 May] 1537
William Wylome; Cuthbert Heighington, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 482-3.
DCD-Feret. acs 1537-8   1537-8
Translation of Nicholas [9 May] 1537 - same feast [9 May] 1538
William Wylome; Cuthbert Heighington, colleague
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 483.
Hostiller
Reference: DCD-Hos. acs
Dates of creation: 1302 - 1529
Extent: 198 items
DCD-Hos. acs 1302-3   1302-3
-- [c.26 September 1302 - c.25 September 1303]
-- [? John de Seleby]
Dorse: Status
Wednesday before Michaelmas [25 September] 1303
The closing date is assumed to approximate to the date of the Status on the dorse; the opening date is deduced from the fact that the bond-farms of Shincliffe are stated to be for the year. John de Seleby occurs as Hostiller 11 November 1302 [Durham Cathedral MS C.IV.24 f. 62v].
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 113 and 164.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1318   1318
Dunstan [19 May] 1318
--
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 114.
DCD-Hos. acs Arrears, [1325]   [1325]
--
No general heading. the total matches the amount given as the arrears of the last account in the first entry of the fragmentary account opened on 13 July 1325. The heading across the two sections at the top of the roll refers to the term of Cuthbert ..., and the term of Cuthbert in March 1323; the first of these is to be taken as Cuthbert in September, and hence in 1323. The most recent arrears included are those of the Pentecost term 1325.
DCD-Hos. acs 1325-6   1325-6
Saturday after Translation of Benedict [13 July] 1325 - same day ... [12 July 1326]
Michael of Chilton
The account apparently covers only one year.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1326   1326
Saturday after Translation of Benedict [12 July] 1326
Michael of Chilton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 114.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1327   1327
Translation of Thomas m [7 July] 1327
John de Herneby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 114.
DCD-Hos. acs 1331-2   [1331-2]
...
...
Expenses for Autumn '31 and for '32 are mentioned. The sum spent on 'both churches', ie St Oswald and St Margaret, Durham, in the time of William of Fenrother, matches that on St Oswald's account 1332. The last section on the roll of arrears, Hostiller's arrears 1332, associated with the close of this account, is for the Pentecost term 1332.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 115 'c. 1331 ?'.
DCD-Hos. acs Arrears, 1332   1332
... [Arrears from c.1324 - Pentecost term 1332, outstanding 1332]
The total matches the sum given for arrears at the close of the Hostiller's account 1331-2. Sub headings give the period, but the first are lost and the earliest to survive is fragmentary: 'Cuthbert ... 24', which could be 1324 or 1325.
DCD-Hos. acs 1333-5   1333-5
Saturday before Andrew [27 November] 1333 - Epiphany, for a year & 6 weeks [6 January 1335]
Robert of Middleham
Schedule: Arrears
Arrears from Pentecost & Martinmas terms 1334, --
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 115-7.

Payments by the proctor of St Oswald's: 27 November 1333 - [7 January 1335]
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1338   1338
Denis [9 October] 1338
Ralph de Twizell
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 117.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1340   1340
Monday after John of Beverley [8 May] 1340
Ralph de Twizell
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 117.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1341   1341
Monday before Philip & James 1... [30 April 1341]
Ralph de Twizell
An endorsement of c.1500 gives the date as 1341. The status is clearly no earlier as it mentions Prior John [Fossor], elected 1341. Ralph de Twizell ceased to be Hostiller in the autumn of 1344 and his status presented in the late spring or early summer survive for 1342, 1343 and 1344, leaving only 1341.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99.117.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1342   1342
... after Elphege [20 - 26 April] '42
Ralph de Twizell
(Concludes with total receipts and expenses, Faith [6 October] '41 - Philip & James, for 33 weeks [1 May 1342]).
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 117.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1343   1343
Monday before Barnabas [9 June] 1343
Ralph de Twizell
(Concludes with total receipts and expenses, Faith [6 October] -).
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 117.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1344   1344
(A) ... Barna.. [4 - 18 June] 1344
... [Ralph] de Twizell
(Concludes with total receipts and expenses, Faith [6 October] '43 - Barnabas [11 June] '44, with plan).
(B) Thursday after Nativity of Virgin Mary [9 September] 1344
--
No other Durham monk of this surname is recorded at this period.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 118.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1344   1344
1344
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 118.
DCD-Hos. acs 1344-5   1344-5
Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1344 - same day next year [8 September 1345]
Robert of Hexham
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 118 '1344'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1345-6   1345-6
Nativity of Virgin Mary [8 September] 1345 - Monday after Ascension [29 May] '46
Robert of Hexham
Dorse: Status
Monday before Pentecost [29 May] 1346
Robert of Hexham
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 118.
DCD-Hos. acs 1346-7   1346-7
... [29 May] ..46 - same day ... [14 May 1347]
Robert of Hexham
Dorse: Status
Monday before Pentecost [14 May] 1347
Robert of Hexham
The opening day is established from the fact that this Account takes up the balance of the account closed on that day. The account clearly covers only one year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 118 and 103. 743
Draft: Necessary Expenses section, Loc.V:20 dorse
DCD-Hos. acs 1347-8   1347-8
Monday before Pentecost [14 May] 1347 - Monday before Pentecost [2 June] 1348
Robert of Hexham
Dorse: Status
Monday before Pentecost [2 June] 1348
Robert of Hexham
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 118-9.
DCD-Hos. acs 1348   1348
... Peter & Paul 134. [3 July 1348] - ... Holy Cross said year [17 September 1348]
Robert ... [of Kelloe]
Lacunae supplied from entry on Hostiller's account 1348-9 with a total of expenditure matching that of this account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 117 '1340-50'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1348-9   1348-9
Monday before Pentecost [2 June] 1348 - Monday before Pentecost [25 May] 1349
Robert of Hexham, Robert of Kelloe & Robert of Hallington
Dorse: Status
Monday before Pentecost [25 May] 1349
Robert of Hallington
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 119.
DCD-Hos. acs 1349-50   1349-50
Michaelmas [29 September] 1349 - Michaelmas [29 September] 1350
Roger of Allerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 119.
DCD-Hos. acs Status, 1350   Status, 1350
Two copies:
(A) Monday ... Pentecost [10/17 May] 1350
Roger of Allerton
Fair copy
(B) ... Pentecost 135. [10/17 May 1350]
Roger of Allerton
Draft
Mentioned: (A) 99. 119; (B) 99. 125 '1358. Much decayed'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1350-1   1350-1
Michaelmas [29 September] 1350 - Monday after Augstine [30 May] 1351
Roger of Allerton
Dorse: Status
Monday after Augustine [30 May] 1351
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 120.
DCD-Hos. acs 1351-2   1351-2
Monday after Ascension [30 May] 1351 - same day next year [21 May 1352]
Roger of Allerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 120.
DCD-Hos. acs 1353-4   1353-4
Ascension [2 May] 1.53 - same day next year [22 May 1354]
Roger of Allerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 120.
DCD-Hos. acs 1354-5   1354-5
Ascension [22 May] 1.54 - Guthlac next year [11 April 1355]
Roger of Allerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 120.
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1355   1355
Guthlac [11 April] 1355
...
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 120.
DCD-Hos. acs 1355   1355
Octave of Easter [12 April]: 11 April 1355 - Ascension following [14 May 1355]
Robert of Walworth
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 120.
DCD-Hos. acs 1355-6   1355-6
Ascension [14 May] 1355 - same day [2 June] 1356
Robert of Walworth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 120-3.
DCD-Hos. acs 1356-7   1356-7
Ascension [2 June] 1356 - same feast [18 May] 1357
Robert of Walworth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 124.
DCD-Hos. acs 1357-8   1357-8
Ascension [18 May] 1357 - same feast [10 May] 1358
Robert of Walworth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 124.
DCD-Hos. acs 1358   1358
Ascension [10 May] 1358 - Pentecost following [20 May 1358]
Robert of Walworth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 125.
DCD-Hos. acs Status, 1358   Status, 1358
Pentecost [20 May] ..58
... [Robert of Walworth]
Accountant according to later medieval endorsement
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 125 '1358. Same'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1358-9   1358-9
Two copies:
(A) Augustine: 26 May 1358 - Monday after Ascension [3 June] 1359
Richard of Beckingham
Duplicate
(B) Augustine: 26 May 1358 - Monday after Ascension [3 June] 1359
Richard of Beckingham
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 124-5; (B) mentioned 99. 127 '1365. Stained'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1360   1360
Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1360 - Cuthbert in September following [4 September 1360]
Richard of Beckingham
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 125.
DCD-Hos. acs 1360-1   1360-1
Cuthbert in September ... [4 September 1360] - ... Ascension [c.6 May] 1361
... [Thomas of] Hardwick
The opening date is established from the fact that this account takes up the arrears given at the close of the Hostiller's Account 1360. Accountant named in the entry for arrears passed on at the close of the Hostiller's Account 1360.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 125-6.
DCD-Hos. acs 1361-2   1361-2
... [c.6 May 1361 - c.26 May] 1362
Thomas of Hardwick
The opening date is established from the fact that this account takes up the balance of the account closed c. Ascension 1361. As the account covers a year, it is taken to close c. Ascension.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 126-7.
DCD-Hos. acs [1362-3]   [1362-3]
...
...
The names of the recipients of Grissilver are similar to those on the Hostiller's Accounts for 1361-2 and 1363-4. This account is not a duplicate of any account surviving from this period, nor is it the account for 1359-60 since the balance does not tally with that taken up at the beginning of the account for 1360-1. 1362-3 is then the only other year for which there is no other account.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 126 '1360-70. A larger roll'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1363-4   1363-4
Ascension ... [11 May 1363 - 2 May 1364]
... [Thomas of Hardwick]
The closing date is established from the fact that the total of arrears given in the balance matches the total given at the beginning of the account opened on Ascension 1364. The period covered by the account is clearly one year only. Accountant named on Bursar's Account 1363-4.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 126 '1360-70. A small roll'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1364-5   1364-5
Ascension ... [2 May 1364 - 22 May 1365]
... [Thomas of Hardwick]
The closing date is established from the fact that the arrears given in the balance are taken up at the beginning of the account opened on Ascension 1365. The period covered by the account is clearly one year only. Thomas of Hardwick occurs as Hostiller 10 April 1365 [4.16.Spec.36].
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 127 '1365. Name'.
DCD-Hos. acs Status, c.1365   Status, c.1365
Pentecost ...
...
Reference is made to objects bought by Thomas of Hardwick; he became Hostiller in 1360. The Status also seems to be earlier than that of 1371. The nineteenth century label, perhaps written before the date was lost from the heading, gives 1365.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 128.
DCD-Hos. acs 1365-6   1365-6
Ascension [22 May] '65 - same feast [14 May] '66
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 127.
DCD-Hos. acs 1366-7   1366-7
Ascension [14 May] '66 - same feast [27 May] '67
Thomas of Hardwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 128.
DCD-Hos. acs 1367-8   1367-8
Monday after Ascension [31 May] '67 - same day next year [22 May 1368]
John of Hemingbrough
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 128.
DCD-Hos. acs 1368-9   1368-9
Monday before Pentecost [22 May] - same day next year [14 May 1369]
John of Hemingbrough
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 128-9.
DCD-Hos. acs 1369-70   1369-70
Monday before Pentecost ..6. - ... next year [14 May 1369 - 27 May 1370]
...
Before repair the heading read under ultra-violet light: '... die lune a[nte] ... pentecost' anno ... sexagesimo ... usque ... anno revoluto'. The closing day is assumed to be the same as the opening day; the closing year is established from the fact that the total of arrears in the balance is taken up on the Account 1370-1.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 129.
DCD-Hos. acs 1370-1   1370-1
... [27 May 1370 - 19 May 1371]
William of N... [Norton]
The years involved are established from the payment to William of Lumley going to Holy Island which also appears on Almoner's Account 1370-1, and the reference to Thomas of Corbridge's first Mass having been ordained priest 14 December 1370 [Hatfield Register f.109v]. The opening day is established from the fact that this account takes up the total of arrears from the Account assumed to close on Monday before Pentecost 1370; as the Account covers a year it is taken to close on the same day, co-inciding with Hostiller's Status 1371. Accountant named as Hostiller 5 January 1371 [Misc.Ch. 2420].
DCD-Hos. acs Status 1371   1371
Monday after Ascension [19 May] 1371
William of Norton
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 129-31.
DCD-Hos. acs [1373-4]   [1373-4]
...
... [William of Norton]
The serjeant of the manor of Elvethall is named as Richard de Wodland; he was replaced by Thomas del More in the course of Hostiller's Account 1375-6. The balance of the account mentions the arrears from '71, '72 and '73, and so, as this account is not a duplicate of that for 1374-5, it is taken to be the account for 1373-4; this seems to be confirmed by the figures visible above the receipts on the account for 1374-5: when held to the light they match the £s. at the end of the balance of this account. Accountant named on Bursar's Account 1373-4.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 131 'c. 1375'.
DCD-Hos. acs [1374-5]   [1374-5]
...
... [William of Norton]
The closing date is established from the fact that the balances of this account are taken up on the account opened in 1375. Pensions and stipends show that the account covers a year. Accountant named at Christmas 1374 on Bursar's Account 1375-6 under Various Receipts.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 132 'c. 1380?'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1375-6   1375-6
... [1375 - 22 May 1376]
... [John of Lumley]
The closing date is established from the fact that the arrears given in the balance for the terms covered by the account are taken up at the beginning of the account opened on this date. Pensions and stipends show that the Account covers a year. Accountant named in the balance of the account.
Mentioned ?: 99. 134 'c. 1390'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1376-7   1376-7
Ascension ... [22 May 1376] - same feast 137. [7 May 1377]
Thomas Launcells
The closing date is established from the fact that the arrears given in the balance of this account are taken up on the account opened in 1377. Pensions and stipends show that the account covers one year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 129.
DCD-Hos. acs 1377-8   1377-8
Ascension [7 May] 1377 - same feast [27 May] 1378
Thomas Launcells
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 131.
DCD-Hos. acs 1379   1379
Monday after Ascension [23 May] 1379 - Friday after Michaelmas same year [30 September 1379]
Thomas Launcells
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 131.
DCD-Hos. acs 1379-80   1379-80
Friday ... [30 September] 1379 - Monday after Ascension ... [7 May 1380] Thomas Legat
The opening date is established from the fact that this account takes up the balance of the account closed on that date. The account clearly covers less than a year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 131 'Legate'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1380-1   1380-1
... [7 May 1380 - 27 May 1381]
...
The opening date seems to be established by the fact that the total of remainder and arrears, calculated from the two totals of receipts, taken up on this account, comes within 1d of the total of the balance and the exoneration on the account closed on this date. The date is confirmed by the liveries to the bursars, John of Berrington and Thomas of Corbridge, who exchanged places at Michaelmas 1380. Pensions and stipends show that the account covers a full year and it is taken to run up to the beginning of the next account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 132 'c. 1380'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1381   1381
Monday after Augustine [27 May] 1381 - Friday before Michaelmas following [27 September 1381]
Thomas Legat
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 132.
DCD-Hos. acs 1381-2   1381-2
Michaelmas [29 September] 1381 - Michaelmas [29 September] 1382
Hugh of Sherburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 132.
DCD-Hos. acs 1382-3   1382-3
Two copies:
(A) Michaelmas [29 September] 1382 - Monday after Ascension following [4 May 1383]
Hugh of Sherburn
Fair copy
(B) ... [29 September 1382 - 4 May 1383]
... [Hugh of Sherburn]
Draft
Extracted: (A) 99. 132.
DCD-Hos. acs 1383   1383
Two copies:
(A) Ascension [30 April] 1383 - Michaelmas following [29 September 1383]
Hugh of Sherburn
Schedule: Details of loans
(B) Ascension [30 April] 1383 - Michaelmas following [29 September 1383]
Hugh of Sherburn
Schedule: Details of loans
Incomplete version
Extracted: (A) 99. 132; (B) 99. 133.
DCD-Hos. acs 1383   1383
Status
Hugh of Sherburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 133.
DCD-Hos. acs 1383-4   1383-4
Michaelmas [29 September] 1383 - Monday after Ascension [23 May] 1384
William of Killerby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 133.
DCD-Hos. acs 1384-5   1384-5
Ascension [19 May] 1384 - Ascension [11 May] 1385
William of Killerby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 133.
DCD-Hos. acs 1385-6   1385-6
Monday after Ascension [15 May] 1385 - same day [4 June] 1386
William of Killerby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 133.
DCD-Hos. acs 1386-7   1386-7
Monday after Ascension [4 June] 1386 - same day [20 May] '87
William of Killerby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 134.
DCD-Hos. acs 1387   1387
Monday after Ascension, day after Dunstan [20 May] '87 - Michaelmas following [29 September 1387]
William of Killerby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 134.
DCD-Hos. acs 1387-8   1387-8
Michaelmas [29 September] 1387 - Friday before Matthew [18 September] 1388
Robert of Claxton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 134.
DCD-Hos. acs 1388-9   1388-9
Friday before Matthew [18 September] 1388 - same Friday [17 September] 1389
William of Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 134.
DCD-Hos. acs 1389-90   1389-90
Friday before Matthew [17 September] 1389 - Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1390
Roger of Mainsforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 134.
DCD-Hos. acs 1390-1   1390-1
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1390 - same Monday [8 May] '91
Roger of Mainsforth
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1390 - same Monday [8 May] '91
Roger of Mainsforth
Duplicate
Extracted: (B) 99. 135; (A) mentioned 99. 135.
DCD-Hos. acs 1391   1391
Monday after Ascension: 8 Ides May [8 May] 1391 - Michaelmas following [29 September 1391]
Roger of Mainsforth
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 135 '1390'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1391-2   1391-2
Michaelmas [29 September] 1391 - Michaelmas [29 September] '92
Richard of Stockton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 135.
DCD-Hos. acs 1392-3   1392-3
Michaelmas [29 September] 1392 - same feast [29 September] '93
Robert of Claxton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 35.
DCD-Hos. acs 1393-4   1393-4
Michaelmas [29 September] 1393 - Monday after Ascension [1 June] '94
Robert of Claxton
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 135.
DCD-Hos. acs 1394-5   1394-5
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [7 June] 1394 - same feast [30 May] 1395
John of Newburn & Robert of Crayke
(B) Pentecost [7 June] 1394 - same feast [30 May] 1395
John of Newburn & Robert of Crayke
Incomplete version
Extracted: (B) 99.135; (A) mentioned 99.136.
DCD-Hos. acs 1395   1395
Pentecost [30 May] 1395 - Michaelmas following [29 September 1395]
John of Newburn & Robert of Crayke
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 136.
DCD-Hos. acs 1395-6   1395-6
Michaelmas [29 September] 1395 - Monday after Ascension [15 May] '96
Robert of Claxton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 136.
DCD-Hos. acs 1396-7   1396-7
Monday after Ascension [15 May] 1396 - Monday after Ascension [4 June] '97
Thomas Lythe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 36.
DCD-Hos. acs 1397-8   1397-8
Pentecost [10 June] 1397 - Monday after Ascension [20 May] '98
John of Newburn
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 135
DCD-Hos. acs 1398-9   1398-9
Monday after Ascension [20 May] '98 - Nereus, Achilleus & Pancras next year [12 May 1399]
John of Newburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 136
DCD-Hos. acs 1399   1399
Nereus & Achilleus [12 May] '99 - Simon & Jude following [28 October 1399]
John of Newburn
Status
Simon & Jude [28 October]
John of Newburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 136
DCD-Hos. acs 1399-1400   1399-1400
Two copies:
(A) Simon & Jude [28 October] 1399 - Pentecost following [6 June 1400]
Walter Teesdale
Duplicate
(B) ... [28 October] 1399 - ... [6 June 1400]
... [Walter Teesdale]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 137; (B) 99. 134 '1390-1400'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1400-1   1400-1
Pentecost [6 June] 1400 - same feast [22 May] 1401 Roger of Mainsforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 137.
DCD-Hos. acs 1401-2   1401-2
Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1401 - same Monday [8 May] 1402
Roger of Mainsforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 137.
DCD-Hos. acs 1402-3   1402-3
Monday after Ascension [8 May] 1402 - same Monday [28 May] 1403>lb Roger of Mainsforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 37.
DCD-Hos. acs 1404-5   1404-5
Pentecost [18 May] 1404 - same feast next year [7 June 1405]
Roger of Mainsforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 137.
DCD-Hos. acs 1405-6   1405-6
Pentecost [7 June] 1405 - Monday before Bede [24 May] 1406
Robert of Crayke
Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 137-8.
DCD-Hos. acs 1406-7   1406-7
Pentecost [30 May] 1406 - Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1407
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 138.
DCD-Hos. acs 1407-8   1407-8
Pentecost [15 May] 1407 - Monday after Ascension next year [28 May 1408]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 138.
DCD-Hos. acs 1408-9   1408-9
Pentecost [3 June] 1408 - Monday after Ascension next year [20 May 1409]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 138.
DCD-Hos. acs 1409-10   1409-10
Pentecost [26 May] 1409 - Monday after Ascension next year [5 May 1410]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 138.
DCD-Hos. acs 1410-1   1410-1
Pentecost [11 May] 1410 - Monday after Ascension next year [25 May 1411]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 138-9.
DCD-Hos. acs 1411-2   1411-2
Pentecost [31 May] 1411 - Monday after Ascension ... [16 May 1412] William Barry
The period covered is clearly one year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 139.
DCD-Hos. acs 1412-3   1412-3
Pentecost [22 May] 1412 - Monday after Ascension next year [5 June 1413]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 139.
DCD-Hos. acs 1413-4   1413-4
Pentecost [11 June] 1413 - Monday after Ascension [21 May 1414]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 139.
DCD-Hos. acs 1414-5   1414-5
Pentecost [27 May] 1414 - Monday after Ascension next year [13 May 1415]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 139.
DCD-Hos. acs 1415-6   1415-6
Pentecost [19 May] 1415 - Monday before Ascension ... [25 May 1416] William Barry
The period covered is clearly one year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 139-40.
DCD-Hos. acs 1416-7   1416-7
Pentecost [7 June] 1416 - same feast next year [30 May 1417]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 140.
DCD-Hos. acs 1417-8   1417-8
Pentecost [30 May] 1417 - same feast next year [15 May 1418]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 140.
DCD-Hos. acs 1418-9   1418-9
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [15 May] 1418 - same feast next year [4 June 1419]
William Barry
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [15 May] 1418 - same feast next year [4 June 1419]
William Barry
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 140.
DCD-Hos. acs 1419-20   1419-20
Pentecost [4 June] 1419 - same feast next year [26 May 1420]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 140.
DCD-Hos. acs 1420-1   1420-1
Pentecost [26 May] 1420 - same feast next year [11 May 1421]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 140.
DCD-Hos. acs 1421-2   1421-2
Pentecost [11 May] 1421 - same feast next year [31 May 1422]
William Barry
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 141.
DCD-Hos. acs 1422-3   1422-3
Pentecost [31 May] 1422 - same feast next year [23 May 1423]
William Barry
Status 1423
Delivered by William Barry to Henry Ferriby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 141.
DCD-Hos. acs 1423-4   1423-4
Pentecost [23 May] 1423 - same feast next year [11 June 1424]
Henry Ferriby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 141.
DCD-Hos. acs 1424-5   1424-5
Pentecost [11 June] 1424 - same feast next year [27 May 1425]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 141.
DCD-Hos. acs 1425-6   1425-6
Pentecost [27 May] 1425 - same feast next year [19 May 1426]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 141.
DCD-Hos. acs 1426-7   1426-7
Pentecost [19 May] 1426 - same feast next year [8 June 1427]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 141.
DCD-Hos. acs 1427-8   1427-8
Pentecost [8 June] 1427 - same feast next year [23 May 1428]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 142.
DCD-Hos. acs 1428-9   1428-9
Pentecost [23 May] 1428 - same feast next year [15 May 1429]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 142.
DCD-Hos. acs 1429-30   1429-30
Pentecost [15 May] 1429 - same feast next year [4 June 1430]
Henry Helay
Schedule: Details of repairs
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 142.
DCD-Hos. acs 1430-1   1430-1
Pentecost [4 June] 1430 - same feast next year [20 May 1431]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 142.
DCD-Hos. acs 1431-2   1431-2
Pentecost [20 May] 1431 - same feast next year [8 June 1432]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 142.
DCD-Hos. acs 1432-3   1432-3
Pentecost [8 June] 1432 - same feast next year [31 May 1433]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 142.
DCD-Hos. acs 1433-4   1433-4
Pentecost [31 May] 1433 - same feast next year [16 May 1434]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 142.
DCD-Hos. acs 1434-5   1434-5
Pentecost [16 May] 1434 - same feast next year [5 June 1435]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 143.
DCD-Hos. acs 1435-6   1435-6
Pentecost [5 June] 1435 - same feast next year [27 May 1436]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 143.
DCD-Hos. acs 1436-7   1436-7
Pentecost [27 May] 1436 - same feast next year [19 May 1437]
Henry Helay
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 143.
DCD-Hos. acs 1437-8   1437-8
... [19 May 1437 - 1 June 1438]
... [Thomas Nesbitt]
The closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account assumed to open on this date. The period covered is clearly a year and the opening date is taken to be Pentecost as with the other accounts of this period. Accountant named on Hostiller's Account 1440-1 as the accountant for the previous three years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 143 'so dated'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1438-9   1438-9
... [1 June 1438 - 24 May 1439]
... [Thomas Nesbitt]
The closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opening on this date. The period covered is clearly a year and the opening date is taken to be Pentecost: as with other accounts of this period, the same as the closing day. Accountant named on Hostiller's Account 1440-1 as the accountant for the previous three years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 143 'ut supra'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1439-40   1439-40
Pentecost [24 May] 1439 - ... next year [15 May 1440]
Thomas Nesbitt
The closing date is confirmed by the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opening on this date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 143.
DCD-Hos. acs 1440-1   1440-1
Pentecost [15 May] 1440 - same feast next year [4 June 1441]
Thomas Ayre
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 144.
DCD-Hos. acs 1441-2   1441-2
Pentecost [4 June] 1441 - same feast next year [20 May 1442]
Thomas Ayre
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 144.
DCD-Hos. acs 1442   1442
Pentecost [20 May] 1442 - Martinmas following [11 November 1442]
Thomas Ayre
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 144.
DCD-Hos. acs 1442-3   1442-3
Martinmas [11 November] 1442 - Pentecost [9 June] 1443
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 144.
DCD-Hos. acs 1443-4   1443-4
Pentecost [9 June] 1443 - same feast next year [31 May 1444]
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 144.
DCD-Hos. acs 1444-5   1444-5
Pentecost [31 May] 1444 - same feast next year [16 May 1445]
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 144-5.
DCD-Hos. acs 1445-6   1445-6
Pentecost [16 May] 1445 - same feast next year [5 June 1446]
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 145.
DCD-Hos. acs 1446-7   1446-7
... [5 June] 1446 - same feast next year [28 May 1447]
Thomas Ward
The opening feast is confirmed by the fact that this Account takes up the balance of the account closed at Pentecost 1446.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 145.
DCD-Hos. acs 1447-8   1447-8
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [28 May] 1447 - same feast next year [12 May 1448]
John Gateshead, acting for the Prior
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [28 May] 1447 - same feast next year [12 May 1448]
John Gateshead, acting for the Prior
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 146.
DCD-Hos. acs 1448-9   1448-9
Two copies:
(A) Ascension [2 May] 1448 - same feast [22 May] 1449
Thomas Ayre
Duplicate
(B) ... [2 May 1448 - 22 May 1449]
... [Thomas Ayre]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99.146; (B) mentioned 99.146 as duplicate of 1449-50.
DCD-Hos. acs 1449-50   1449-50
Ascension [22 May] 1449 - same feast [14 May] 1450
Thomas Ayre
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 146
DCD-Hos. acs 1450   1450
... in winter following [14 May - 11 November 1450]
... [Thomas Ayre]
The opening date is established from the fact that the account takes up the balance of the account closed on this date. The period covered is clearly half a year and the words '... in winter' confirm that the closing date was Martinmas, the opening date of the next Account. The Hostiller's Account 1450-1 indicates that Thomas Ayre accounted for the previous two and a half years.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 146.
DCD-Hos. acs 1450-1   1450-1
Martinmas [11 November] 1450 - Pentecost [13 June] 1451
John Gateshead
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 146-7.
DCD-Hos. acs 1451-2   1451-2
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost ... [13 June 1451] - ... [28 May] 1452
... [John Gateshead]
(B) Pentecost [13 June] 1451 - Pentecost [28 May] 1452
John Gateshead
Incomplete version
Extracted: (B) 99. 147; (A) mentioned 99. 147 'Duplicate'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1452-3   1452-3
... [28 May 1452 - 20 May 1453]
... [John Gateshead]
The opening date is established from the fact that this account takes up the balance of the account closed on this date. The closing date seems clear from the account opened on this date which refers to the balance of this account as that of the last account. The Hostiller's Account 1454-5 indicates that John Gateshead accounted for the previous three and a half years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 147.
DCD-Hos. acs 1453-4   1453-4
Pentecost [20 May] 1453 - same feast [9 June] 1454
John Gateshead
Status
Vigil of Pentecost: 8 June 1454
John Gateshead
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 147. Status, printed 99. 147-50.
DCD-Hos. acs 1454-5   1454-5
Pentecost [9 June] 1454 - same feast [25 May] 1455
Richard Bell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 150.
DCD-Hos. acs 1455-6   1455-6
Pentecost [25 May] 1455 - same feast [16 May] 1456
Richard Bell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 150-1.
DCD-Hos. acs 1456-7   1456-7
Pentecost 145. [16 May 1456] - same ... [5 June] 1457
Richard .ell [Bell]
The opening date is confirmed by the fact that the account takes up the balance of the account closed in 1456. The closing day is confirmed by the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened at Pentecost 1457.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 151.
DCD-Hos. acs 1457-8   1457-8
Pentecost ... [5 June 1457] - ... [21 May] 1458
.ohn Middleham
The opening date is confirmed by the fact that the account takes up the balance of the account closed in 1457. The period covered is clearly a year and so the account is taken to close at Pentecost, the day on which the next account opens, like others of the period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 151.
DCD-Hos. acs 1458-9   1458-9
Two copies:
(A) ... [21 May 1458 - 13 May 1459]
... [John Middleham]
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost 145. [21 May 1458] - same feast [13 May] 1459
John Middleham
Draft
The account clearly covers only one year.
Extracted: (B) 99. 151-2; (A) mentioned 99. 151 '1458'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1459-60   1459-60
Pentecost [13 May] 1459 - same feast 14.. [1 June 1460]
W... [William Cuthbert]
The account clearly covers only one year. The Hostiller's Account 1462-3 indicates that William Cuthbert accounted over the three preceding years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 152.
DCD-Hos. acs 1460-1   1460-1
... [1 June 1460 - 24 May 1461]
... [William Cuthbert]
The closing date is established by the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on this date. The opening date is confirmed by the fact that this account takes up the balance of the account closed on this date. The Hostiller's Account 1462-3 indicates that William Cuthbert accounted over the three years preceding.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 152.
DCD-Hos. acs 1461-2   1461-2
Pentecost 146. [24 May 1461] - ... [6 June] 1462
... [William Cuthbert]
The account clearly covers only one year. The closing date is confirmed by the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on this day. The Hostiller's Account 1462-3 indicates that William Cuthbert accounted over the previous three years.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 153.
DCD-Hos. acs 1462-3   1462-3
Pentecost [6 June] 1462 - same feast [29 May] 1463
William Cuthbert
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 153.
DCD-Hos. acs 1463-4   1463-4
Pentecost 146. [29 May 1463] - ... [20 May] 1464
William Cuthbert
The account clearly covers only one year. The closing date is confirmed from the fact that the balance of the account is taken up on the account opened on this day.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 153-4.
DCD-Hos. acs 1464-5   1464-5
Pentecost [20 May] 1464 - same feast [2 June] 1465
William Cuthbert
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 154.
DCD-Hos. acs 1465-6   1465-6
... [2 June 1465 - 25 May 1466]
... [William Burdon]
The opening date is established from the fact that this account takes up the balance of the account closed on that date. The closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on this date. Named as accountant for the immediately preceding account on Hostiller's Account 1466-7.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 157 'c. 1480'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1466-7   1466-7
Two copies:
(A) ... [25 May] .466 - same f... [17 May 1467]
Thomas Haughton
Duplicate
(B) ... [25 May 1466] - same feast 1... [17 May 1467]
Thomas Haughton Duplicate
The arrears of this account are described on the account opened at Pentecost 1467 as the arrears of the last preceding account and so this account is taken to close at Pentecost 1467.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 154.
DCD-Hos. acs 1467-8   1467-8
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [17 May] 1467 - same feast [5 June] 1468
Thomas Haughton
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost 1... [17 May 1467] - same feast [5 June] 1468
Thomas Haughton
Duplicate
Mentioned: (A) and (B) 99.155.
DCD-Hos. acs 1468-9   1468-9
Pentecost [5 June] 1.68 - same feast 146. [21 May 1469]
Thomas Haughton
The account clearly covers only one year.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 155.
DCD-Hos. acs 1469-70   1469-70
Pentecost [21 May] 1469 - same feast [10 June] 1470
Thomas Haughton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 155.
DCD-Hos. acs 1470-1   1470-1
Pentecost [10 June] 1470 - same feast [2 June] 1471
Thomas Haughton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 155-6.
DCD-Hos. acs 1471-2   1471-2
Pentecost 1... [2 June 1471] - ... [17 May] 1472
Thomas Haughton
The opening date is established from the fact that this account takes up the balance of the account closed on this date. The closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on this date.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 156.
DCD-Hos. acs 1472-3   1472-3
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
Thomas Haughton
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
Thomas Haughton
Duplicate
Mentioned: (A) and (B) 99.156.
DCD-Hos. acs 1473-4   1473-4
Three copies:
(A) Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
Thomas Haughton
Triplicate:
(B) Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
Thomas Haughton
Triplicate:
(C) Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
Thomas Haughton
Triplicate:
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 156.
DCD-Hos. acs 1474-5   1474-5
Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - same feast [14 May] 1475
Thomas Haughton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 156.
DCD-Hos. acs 1479-80   1479-80
Pentecost [30 May] 1479 - same feast [21 May] 1480
Thomas Haughton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 157.
DCD-Hos. acs 1480-1   1480-1
Pentecost ... [21 May 1480] - ... [10 June] 1481
... [Thomas] Haughton
The opening date is established from the fact that this account takes up the balance of the account closed on this date. The entries under Pensions and Stipends show that the Account covers a full year and it is taken to close on the same feast as it was opened on, like other accounts of the period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 157.
DCD-Hos. acs 1485-6   1485-6
Two rolls:
(A) Pentecost [22 May] 1485 - same feast [14 May] 1486
John Swan
Complete version
(B) Pentecost ... [22 May 1485] - ... feast [14 May] 1486
John Swan
Draft receipts
Extracted: (A) 99. 157; (B) mentioned 99. 158.
DCD-Hos. acs 1486-7   1486-7
Pentecost [14 May] 1486 - same feast [3 June] 1487
John Swan
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 158.
DCD-Hos. acs 1487-8   1487-8
Pentecost [3 June] 1487 - same feast [25 May] 1488
John Swan
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 158.
DCD-Hos. acs 1488-9   1488-9
Pentecost [25 May] 1488 - same feast [7 June] 1489
John Swan
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 158.
DCD-Hos. acs 1489-90   1489-90
Pentecost [7 June] 1489 - same feast [30 May] 1490
Geoffrey Forest
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 158.
DCD-Hos. acs 1490-1   1490-1
Pentecost [30 May] 1490 - same feast [22 May] 1491
Geoffrey Forest
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 158-9.
DCD-Hos. acs 1491-2   1491-2
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [22 May] 1491 - same feast [10 June] 1492
Geoffrey Forest
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [22 May] ..91 - same feast [10 June] 14.2
Geoffrey Forest
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 159.
DCD-Hos. acs 1492-3   1492-3
Pentecost [10 June] 1492 - same feast 149. [26 May 1493]
John Danby
The account clearly covers only one year.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 159.
DCD-Hos. acs 1495-6   1495-6
Pentecost [7 June] 1495 - same feast [22 May] 1496
Henry Dalton
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 159.
DCD-Hos. acs 1496-7   1496-7
Pentecost 1... [22 May 1496] - ... [14 May] 1497
... [Henry Dalton]
The account clearly covers only one year and is taken to close on the same feast as it was opened on, like other accounts of the period. Named as Hostiller on Communar's Account 1496-7.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 159.
DCD-Hos. acs 1505-6   1505-6
Pentecost [11 May] 1505 - same feast [31 May] 1506
Thomas Swalwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 159.
DCD-Hos. acs 1508-9   1508-9
Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
Thomas Swalwell
Mentioned: Surtees Society 99. 159 '1509-10'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1509-10   1509-10
Pentecost [27 May] 1509 - same feast [19 May] 1510
Thomas Swalwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 159 '1508-9'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1510-1   1510-1
Pentecost [19 May] 1510 - same feast [8 June] 1511
Thomas Swalwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 160.
DCD-Hos. acs 1512-3   1512-3
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [30 May] 1512 - same feast [15 May] 1513
Thomas Sw.lwell
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost ... [30 May 1512 - 15 May 1513]
Thomas Swal... [Swalwell]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 99. 160; (B) mentioned 99.160 '1513'.
DCD-Hos. acs 1513-4   1513-4
Pentecost [15 May] 1513 - same feast [4 June] 1514
Thomas Swalwell
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 160-1.
DCD-Hos. acs 1523-4   1523-4
Pentecost [24 May] 1523 - same feast [15 May] 1524
Peter Lee
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 161.
DCD-Hos. acs 1528-9   1528-9
Pentecost [31 May] 1528 - same feast [16 May] 1529
Christopher Blount
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 161-4.
Manor of Elvethall
Reference: DCD-Elv. acs
Dates of creation: 1383 - 1529
Extent: 60 items
DCD-Elv. acs [1370x1400] (A)   [1370x1400] (A)
... Ascension - 11 Nov. [1370 x 1400]
...
The employment of men from Shincliffe indicates this account to be for Elvethall. Year can only be suggested from palaeographical evidence, but the term is established by the liveries of grain to the accountant. The next account follows on immediately from this one (B).
DCD-Elv. acs [1370x1400] (B)   [1370x1400] (B)
... [Martinmas - Ascension 1370 x 1400]
...
This account is for the same manor as the previous one (A), as the stock remaining there is taken up here. Year can only be suggested from palaeographical evidence, but the term is established by the liveries of wheat to servants.
DCD-Elv. acs [1370x1400] (C)   [1370x1400] (C)
...
...
There is no firm evidence that this account is for Elvethall, but as well as it having been in the box for this manor's accounts, the establishment of one forester and five ploughmen found here seems to be that found at Elvethall in the late fourteenth century. Year can only be suggested from palaeographical evidence.
DCD-Elv. acs [1370x1400] (D)   [1370x1400] (D)
...
...
Only having been in the box for Elvethall manor's accounts associates this account with that manor, although nothing on it is inconsistent with rolls for Elvethall in the late fourteenth century. Year can only be suggested from palaeographical evidence.
DCD-Elv. acs 1383   1383
Michaelmas [29 September] 1383 - Martinmas following [11 November 1383]
Richard Toppyng, keeper
DCD-Elv. acs 1383-4   1383-4
Martinmas [11 November] 1383 - Monday before Pentecost following [23 May] 1384
John Whitbrow
DCD-Elv. acs [1387 ?]   [1387 ?]
Ascension 138? - Michaelmas ... [16 May - 29 September 1387]
W... Biwell
Account clearly closes in same year as it opens, as liveries to servants indicate period is less than twenty weeks. Last figure of the year is obscured in the original: it appears to be vij, vj cannot be excluded.
DCD-Elv. acs [1392-3]   [1392-3]
... [1392 - 1393]
...
Quantities of wheat, barley and oats given as sold or delivered on this account match those for Elvethall on hostiller's account 1392-3. Liveries for servants indicate a period of one year.
DCD-Elv. acs [c. 1396-7]   [c. 1396-7]
... [c. 1396 - 1397]
...
Matching liveries with a Hostiller's Account confirm this to be for Elvethall. Liveries on this account are given as 12 quarters wheat, 101 and 8 quarters barley, and 5 and 60 quarters oats: Hostiller's Account May 1396 - June 1397 gives grain receipts as 12 quarters wheat, 101 and 5 quarters barley, and 5 and 60 quarters oats - the disparity in barley could be explained by a difference of a month or two. Liveries to servants indicate period of about a year.
DCD-Elv. acs 1424-5   1424-5
... [c. 11 June] 1424 - same day after one year [c. 27 May 1425]
Richard Blakburn, reeve
Opening date from description of Pentecost as term at the beginning of account under Stipends of Famuli.
DCD-Elv. acs 1430-1   1430-1
Pentecost [4 June] 1430 - same feast [20 May] 1431
John Thomson, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1433-4   1433-4
... [c.31 May] 1433 - [c.16 May] 1434
...
paper, watermark apparently similar to 1434-5
Each total for the different heads of expenditure is matched under Tallies and Indentures on the Hostiller's Account, Pentecost 1433-4. Liveries to servants indicate period of about a year, running from about Pentecost to Pentecost.
DCD-Elv. acs 1434-5   1434-5
... [c.16 May] 1434 - [c.5 May] 1435
...
paper, watermark pillar and crown
Each total for the different heads of expenditure is matched under Tallies and Indentures on the Hostiller's Account, Pentecost 1434-5. Liveries to servants indicate period of about a year, running from about Pentecost to Pentecost.
DCD-Elv. acs 1447-8   1447-8
Pentecost [28 May] 1447 - same feast [12 May] 1448
John Coll', reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1448-9   1448-9
Pentecost [12 May] 1448 - same feast [1 June] 1449
John Coll', reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1450   1450
Vigil of Pentecost [23 May] 1450 - Martinmas following [11 November 1450]
John Coll', reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1451-2   1451-2
... 1'51 - ... next year
John Halywell', reeve
Liveries of wheat to accountant indicate period of about a year. Accountant named in Wages section.
DCD-Elv. acs [1452-3]   [1452-3]
... [1452 - 1453]
John ...
Wheat and rye taken up at beginning match that remaining on account closed 1452. Liveries of wheat to the accountant indicate a period of about a year.
DCD-Elv. acs [1453-4]   [1453-4]
... [1453 - 1454]
John Halywell', reeve
Wheat remaining on this account is taken up on account opening 1454. Liveries to servants, compared to those on the subsequent account, suggest period of less than a year, perhaps explaining why wheat and rye remaining on account closed 1453 are not taken up on this one. Accountant named in Wages section.
DCD-Elv. acs 1454-5   1454-5
... [1454] - 25 May 1455
John Halywell', reeve
Wheat remaining on this account is taken up on account opening Pentecost 1455. Liveries to servants, compared to those on the subsequent account, suggest period of about one year. Accountant named in Wages section.
DCD-Elv. acs 1455-6   1455-6
Pentecost [25 May] 1455 - same feast [16 May] 1456
John Halywell', reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1457-8   1457-8
... [5 June] 1457 - same feast ... [21 May 1458]
John Halywell', reeve
Closing date form wheat and rye remaining on this account being taken up on account opening Pentecost 1458. Liveries to servants, compared to those on the subsequent account, suggest period of about one year.
DCD-Elv. acs 1458-9   1458-9
Pentecost [21 May] 1458 - same feast [13 May] 1459
John Halywell', reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1459-60   1459-60
Pentecost [13 May] 1459 - same feast [1 June] 1460
John Hewettson, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1461-2   1461-2
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [24 May] 1461 - same feast [6 June] 1462
John Halywell, reeve
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost [24 May] 1461 - same feast [6 June] 1462
John Halywell, reeve
Draft
DCD-Elv. acs 1462-3   1462-3
Pentecost [6 June] 1462 - same feast [29 May] 1463
John Halywell', reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1463-4   1463-4
Pentecost [29 May] 1463 - same feast [20 May] 1464
John Halyw.ll', reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1465-6   1465-6
Pentecost [2 June] 1465 - same feast 14.. [25 May 1466]
John Halywell', reeve
Liveries to servants indicate period of one year.
DCD-Elv. acs 1466-7   1466-7
Pentecost 146. [25 May 1466] - same feast [17 May] 1467
John Halywell', reeve
Liveries to servants indicate period of one year.
DCD-Elv. acs 1467-8   1467-8
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [17 May] 1467 - same feast [5 June] 1468
John Halywell', reeve
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost [17 May] 1467 - same feast [5 June] 1468
John Halywell', reeve
Draft
DCD-Elv. acs 1468-9   1468-9
Pentecost [5 June] 1468 - same feast [21 May] 1469
John Halywell, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1469-70   1469-70
Two copies:
(A) ... [21 May] 1469 - same feast 14.. [10 June 1470]
John Bowebank, reeve
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost [21 May] 1469 - ... feast [10 June] 1470
John Bowebank, reeve
Draft
DCD-Elv. acs 1470-1   1470-1
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost ... [10 June 1470] - same feast [2 June] 1471
John Bowebank, reeve
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost 1... [10 June 1470] - same feast [2 June] 1471
John Bowebank, reeve
Draft
Liveries to servants indicate period of one year.
DCD-Elv. acs 1471-2   1471-2
... - same feast 1... [2 June 1471- 17 May 1472]
John Bowebank, reeve
Grain taken up on this account matches that remaining on that closed in 1471, while that remaining on this account is taken up on the account opening 1472. These amounts, however, appear to be standarized, so the date is confirmed by the sums under Tallies and Indentures on the Hostiller's account 1471-2 matching the sums of heads of expenditure on this account.
DCD-Elv. acs 1472-3   1472-3
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
John Bowebank, reeve
Fair copy
(B) ... [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
John Bowebank, reeve
Draft
DCD-Elv. acs 1473-4   1473-4
Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
John Bowebank, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1474-5   1474-5
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - ... feast [14 May] 1475
Richard Clerk, reeve
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - same feast [14 May] 1475
Richard Clerk, reeve
Draft
DCD-Elv. acs 1479-80   1479-80
Pentecost [30 May] 1479 - same feast [21 May] 1480
Richard Clerk, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1480-1   1480-1
Pentecost [21 May] 1480 - same feast [10 June] 1481
Richard Clerke, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1481-2   1481-2
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [10 June] 1481 - same feast [26 May] 1482
Richard Clerke, reeve
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost [10 June] 148 2 1 - same feast [26 May] 1482
Richard Clerke, reeve
Draft
DCD-Elv. acs 1488-9   1488-9
... [c.25 May 1488 - 7 June 1489]
Richard Swan, reeve
Grain remaining on this account is taken up on that opening 1489. The wages, when compared with that account, indicate a period of about a year. Date is confirmed by the sums under Tallies and Indentures on the Hostiller's account 1488-9 matching the sums of heads of expenditure on this account. Accountant given in Wages section.
DCD-Elv. acs 1489-90   1489-90
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [7 June] 1489 - same feast 1... [30 May 1490]
Richard Swan, reeve
Fair copy
(B) Pentecost [7 June] 1489 - same feast [30 May] 1490
Richard Swan, reeve
Draft
DCD-Elv. acs 1490-1   1490-1
Pentecost [30 May] 1490 - same feast 14.. [22 May 1491]
Richard Swan, reeve
The wages, when compared with those on account for previous year, indicate a period of one year.
DCD-Elv. acs 1491-2   1491-2
Pentecost [22 May] 1491 - same feast [10 June] 1492
Richard Swan, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1501-2   1501-2
Pentecost 15.. [30 May 1501] - ... feast [15 May] 1502
Edward Willey, reeve
The wages, when compared with those on account for 1505-6, indicate a period of one year.
DCD-Elv. acs 1505-6   1505-6
Pentecost [11 May] 1505 - same feast [31 May] 1506
Edward Willey, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1509-10   1509-10
Pentecost [27 May] 1509 - same feast [19 May] 1510
Edward Willey, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1510-1   1510-1
Pentecost [19 May] 1510 - same feast [8 June] 1511
Edward Wille, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1513-4   1513-4
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [15 May] 1513 - same feast [4 June] 1514
Edward Swalwell, reeve
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [15 May] 1513 - same feast [4 June] 1514
Edward Swalwell, reeve
Duplicate
DCD-Elv. acs 1523-4   1523-4
Pentecost [24 May] 1523 - same feast [15 May] 1524
Robert Burges, reeve
DCD-Elv. acs 1528-9   1528-9
Pentecost [31 May] 1528 - same feast [16 May] 1529
Robert Burges, reeve
Proctor of St Margaret's Durham
Reference: DCD-St Mar. acs
Dates of creation: 1447 - 1529
Extent: 22 items Negative microfilm available at PGFilm 121

DCD-St Mar. acs 1447-8   1447-8
Pentecost [28 May] 1447 - same feast [12 May] 1448
John Partrike, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1448-9   1448-9
Pentecost [12 May] 1448 - same feast [1 June] 1449
William Barkedale, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1461-2   1461-2
Pentecost [24 May] 1461 - same feast [6 June] 1462
John Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1467-8   1467-8
Pentecost [17 May] 1467 - same feast [5 June] 1468
John Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1471-2   1471-2
Pentecost [2 June] 1471 - same feast [17 May] 1472
John Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1472-3   1472-3
Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
John Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1473-4   1473-4
Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
John Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1474-5   1474-5
Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - same feast [14 May] 1475
Robert Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1488-9   1488-9
Pentecost [25 May] 1488 - same feast [7 June] 1489
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1489-90   1489-90
Pentecost [7 June] 1489 - same feast [30 May] 1490
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1491-2   1491-2
Pentecost [22 May] 1491 - same feast [10 June] 1492
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1505-6   1505-6
Pentecost [11 May] 1505 - same feast [31 May] 1506
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1506-7   1506-7
Pentecost [31 May] 1506 - same feast [23 May] 1507
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1507-8   1507-8
Pentecost [23 May] 1507 - same feast [[11 June]] 1508
Thomas Williamson, proctor
Word lost before 'Festum' is taken to be 'Idem' as usual: next account opens Pentecost 1508
DCD-St Mar. acs 1508-9   1508-9
Pentecost [11 June] 1508 - same feast [27 May] 1509
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1509-10   1509-10
Pentecost [27 May] 1509 - same feast [19 May] 1510
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1510-1   1510-1
Pentecost [19 May] 1510 - same feast [8 June] 1511
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1512-3   1512-3
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [30 May] 1512 - same feast [15 May] 1513
Thomas Williamson, proctor
(B) Pentecost [30 May] 1512 - same feast [15 May] 1513
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1513-4   1513-4
Pentecost [15 May] 1513 - same feast [4 June] 1514
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1523-4   1523-4
Pentecost [24 May] 1523 - same feast [15 May] 1524
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Mar. acs 1528-9   1528-9
Pentecost [31 May] 1528 - same feast [16 May] 1529
William Blunt, proctor
Proctor of St Oswald's Durham
Reference: DCD-St Os. acs
Dates of creation: 1332 - 1529
Extent: 23 items Negative microfilm available at PGFilm 121

DCD-St Os. acs 1332   1332
Two versions:
(A) Sunday before Cuthbert in March 1331 [15 March 1332] - Sunday after Translation of Thomas m. following [12 July 1332]
William de Fenrother, proctor
Indented summary
Schedule: Debts (total matches sum in final balance of attached account as still owing)
(B) ... [15 March - 12 July 1332]
... [William de Fenrother, proctor]
Detailed version
DCD-St Os. acs Payments, 1333-5   Payments, 1333-5
Saturday after Katherine [27 November] 1333 - -
John de Castro Bernardi, proctor
Sequence of entries on the face runs to Saturday after Epiphany, 7 January 1335, the day after the Hostiller's account opened on the same date as this roll was closed. Entries refer to receipts from the pyx of St Margaret's as well as the pyx of St Oswald's.

Lesser tithe payments due, [c. 1420]: Enrolled Livestock Ac. 1398-1400 dorse.
DCD-St Os. acs 1447-8   1447-8
Pentecost [28 May] 1447 - same feast next year [12 May] 1448
Thomas Todd, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1448-9   1448-9
Pentecost [12 May] 1448 - same feast next year [1 June] 1449
Thomas Todd, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1467-8   1467-8
Pentecost [17 May] 1467 - same feast [5 June] 1468
John Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1471-2   1471-2
Pentecost [2 June] 1471 - same feast [17 May] 1472
John Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1472-3   1472-3
Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
John Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1473-4   1473-4
Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
John Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1474-5   1474-5
Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - same feast [14 May] 1475
Robert Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1479-80   1479-80
Pentecost [30 May] 1479 - same feast [21 May] 1480
Robert Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1485-6   1485-6
Pentecost [22 May] 1485 - same feast [14 May] 1486
Robert Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1486-7   1486-7
Pentecost [14 May] 1486 - same feast [3 June] 1487
Robert Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1491-2   1491-2
Pentecost [22 May] 1491 - same feast [10 June] 1492
Robert Sedgefield, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1505-6   1505-6
Pentecost [11 May] 1505 - same feast [31 May] 1506
Cuthbert Ellison, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1506-7   1506-7
Pentecost [31 May] 1506 - same feast [23 May] 1507
Cuthbert Ellison, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs [1507-8 ?]   [1507-8 ?]
... - Pentecost ...
...
Final entry and figures in the balance are in the hand of Thomas Swalwell: it also occurs on other St Oswald's accounts 1505 - 1514 when he was Hostiller, monastic office-holder to whom the proctor of St Oswald's accounted. This is not a duplicate of an extant account. Names of purchasers of tithes are nearly the same as those for 1506-7. That account has an entry for John Forster's mortuary garment, while this one for his mortuary horse, but no garment, suggesting the two are consecutive. As 1505-6 account is extant, this leaves 1507-8 (1508-9 cannot be eliminated by recourse to Hostiller's account, since the sum received from the proctor of St Oswald's was left blank.
DCD-St Os. acs 1509-10   1509-10
Pentecost [27 May] 1509 - same feast [19 May] 1510
Cuthbert Ellison, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1510-1   1510-1
Pentecost [19 May] 1510 - same feast [8 June] 1511
Cuthbert Ellison, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1512-3   1512-3
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [30 May] 1512 - same feast [15 May] 1513
Cuthbert Ellison, proctor
(B) Pentecost [30 May] 1512 - same feast [15 May] 1513
Cuthbert Ellison, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1513-4   1513-4
Pentecost [15 May] 1513 - same feast [4 June] 1514
Cuthbert Ellison, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1523-4   1523-4
Pentecost [24 May] 1523 - same feast [15 May] 1524
Thomas Williamson, proctor
DCD-St Os. acs 1528-9   1528-9
Pentecost [31 May] 1528 - same feast [16 May] 1529
Richard Bennett, proctor
Infirmarer
Reference: DCD-Inf. acs
Dates of creation: 1352 - 1535
Extent: 112 items
DCD-Inf. acs 1352-3   1352-3
... 1352 - Monday after Ascension [6 May] '53
... [? Michael of Chilton]
With Status
Accountant named in a late medieval endorsement
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 259-60.
DCD-Inf. acs 1353-4   1353-4
Monday ... Ascension [6 May] 1353 - same ... [26 May 1354]
... [Michael of] Chilton
Given that heading shows that this account ran from one day to the same day next year, the fact that the previous account closed and the following opened on monday after Ascension gives dates. Only one Duham monk has this second name in this period.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 260.
DCD-Inf. acs 1354-5   1354-5
Monday after Ascension [26 May] 1354 - same day next year [18 May 1355]
Michael of Chilton
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 260-1.
DCD-Inf. acs 1355-6   1355-6
Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1355 - same day next year [6 June 1356]
Michael of Chilton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 261.
DCD-Inf. acs 1356-7   1356-7
Monday after Ascension [6 June] 1356 - same day next year [22 May 1357]
Michael of Chilton
Extracted: ex. 99. 261.
DCD-Inf. acs 1357-8   1357-8
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [22 May] 1357 - same day [14 May] '58
Michael of Chilton
Counterpart
(B) Monday after Ascension [22 May] 1357 - same day [14 May] '58
Michael of Chilton
Counterpart
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 261-2.
DCD-Inf. acs 1358-9   1358-9
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [14 May] 1358 - same day next year [3 June 1359]
Michael of Chilton
Counterpart
(B) Monday after Ascension [14 May] 1358 - same day next year [3 June 1359]
Michael of Chilton
Counterpart
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 262.
DCD-Inf. acs 1359-60   1359-60
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [3 June] 1359 - same day [18 May] 1360
Michael of Chilton
Counterpart
(B) Monday after Ascension [3 June] 1359 - same day [18 May] 1360
Michael of Chilton
Counterpart
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 262.
DCD-Inf. acs 1360-1   1360-1
Monday ... Ascension [18 May] 1360 - same day [10 May] '61
Michael of Chilton
Given that preceding account closed at Monday after Ascension 1360 and the following one on that day in 1361 fixes the date.
Extracted: ex. 99. 262.
DCD-Inf. acs 1361-2   1361-2
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension ... [10 May 1361] - same day [30 May] 1362]
... hael [Michael] of Chilton
Counterpart
(B) Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1361 - same day [30 May] 1362]
Michael of Chilton
Altered Counterpart
Extracted: (A) 99. 262; (B) mentioned 99. 262.
DCD-Inf. acs 1362   1362
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Bede [30 May] 1362 - Vigil of Christmas [24 December 1362]
Michael of Chilton
Complete version
(A) Monday after Bede [30 May] 1362 - Vigil of Christmas [24 December 1362]
Michael of Chilton
Incomplete version
Extracted: (A) 99. 263; (B) mentioned 99. 263.
DCD-Inf. acs 1369-70   1369-70
Two copies:
(A) Friday after Assumption [17 August] 1369 - Monday after Ascension [27 May] 1370
John of Goldsborough
Counterpart
Schedule: Details of debts
(B) Friday after Assumption [17 August] 1369 - Monday after Ascension [27 May] 1370
John of Goldsborough
Counterpart
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 263.
DCD-Inf. acs 1370-1   1370-1
Monday after Ascension [27 May] 1370 - Monday after Ascension 137. [19 May 1371]
John of Goldsborough

Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 263.
DCD-Inf. acs 1384-5   1384-5
Monday after Ascension [23 May] 1384 - same feast [15 May] 1385
Robert of Pigdon
Dorse: Inventory 1384
Robert of Pigdon
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 264; inventory printed 99. 264-5.
DCD-Inf. acs 1385-6   1385-6
Monday after Ascension [15 May] 1385 - Thursday after Matthias following [1 March 1386]
Richard of Sedgebrook
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 265-6.
DCD-Inf. acs 1386-7   1386-7
Two copies:
(A) Thursday after Matthias [1 March 1386] - Monday after Ascension [20 May] '87
John of Bishopton
Counterpart, with balance
(A) Thursday after Matthias [1 March 1386] - Monday after Ascension [20 May] '87
John of Bishopton
Counterpart
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 266 '1385-7'.
DCD-Inf. acs 1387-8   1387-8
Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1387 - same day [11 May] '88
John of Bishopton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 266.
DCD-Inf. acs 1388-9   1388-9
Monday after Ascension [11 May] 1388 - same day [31 May] '89
John of Bishopton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 266.
DCD-Inf. acs 1389-90   1389-90
Two copies:
(A) Monday -- Ascension [31 May] 1389 - same day [16 May] '90
John of Bishopton
Completed version
(B) Monday after Ascension [31 May] 1389 - same day [16 May] '90
John of Bishopton
Uncompleted version
Extracted: (A) 99. 266; (B) mentioned 99. 266.
DCD-Inf. acs 1390-1   1390-1
Monday after Ascension [16 May] 1390 - same day [8 May] '91
John of Bishopton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 267.
DCD-Inf. acs 1391-2   1391-2
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension 1381 - same day '82 [8 May 1391 - 27 May 1392]
John of Bishopton
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [8 May] 1381 - same day [27 May] '82
John of Bishopton
Duplicate
Years given in the heading are incorrect. Debts at the foot of this account mention a Bursar, Thomas Lythe, who first took office in 1391, while John of Bishopton was not Infirmarer in 1381-2, but Master of Wearmouth. He did, however, account as Infirmarer in 1390-1 and 1392-3, and the latter of these accounts takes up the balance of this account, showing there has simply been an omission of one 'x' from the years given in the heading.
Extracted: (A) 99. 263 '1381-2'.
DCD-Inf. acs 1392-3   1392-3
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [27 May] 1392 - same day [19 May] '93
John of Bishopton
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [27 May] 1392 - same day [19 May] '93
John of Bishopton
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 267.
DCD-Inf. acs 1396-7   1396-7
Two copies:
(A) Calixtus [14 October] '96 - Monday after Ascension [4 June] '97
John of Bishopton
Uncompleted version
(B) All Saints [1 November] '96 - Monday after Ascension [4 June] '97
John of Bishopton
Completed version
Extracted: (A) 99. 267; (B) mentioned 99. 267.
DCD-Inf. acs 1397-8   1397-8
Monday after Ascension [4 June] 1397 - same day [20 May] '98
John of Bishopton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 267.
DCD-Inf. acs 1398-9   1398-9
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1398 - same Monday [12 May] '99
John of Bishopton
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1398 - same Monday [12 May] '99
John of Bishopton
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 268.
DCD-Inf. acs 1413-4   1413-4
Two copies:
(A) Michaelmas [29 September] 1413 - same feast [29 September] 1414
Robert Easby
Duplicate
(B) Michaelmas [29 September] 1413 - same feast [29 September] 1414
Robert Easby
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 268.
DCD-Inf. acs 1414-5   1414-5
Michaelmas [29 September] 1414 - same feast [29 September] '15
Robert Easby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 268.
DCD-Inf. acs 1415-6   1415-6
Faith [6 October] 1415 - same feast [6 October] '16
Robert Easby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 268.
DCD-Inf. acs 1417-8   1417-8
Faith [6 October] 1417 - Oswald r [5 August] 1418
Robert Easby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 269.
DCD-Inf. acs 1420-1   1420-1
Oswald [5 August] 1420 - same feast [5 August] '21
Robert Easby
Feast taken to be Oswald r & m, used as terminal date for account for 1417-8.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 269.
DCD-Inf. acs 1422-3   1422-3
Oswald [5 August] 1422 - same feast [5 August] 1423
Robert Easby
Feast taken to be Oswald r & m, used as terminal date for account for 1417-8.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 271.
DCD-Inf. acs 1423-4   1423-4
Oswald [5 August] 1423 - same feast [5 August] 1424
Robert Easby
Feast taken to be Oswald r & m, used as terminal date for account for 1417-8.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 271.
DCD-Inf. acs 1424-5   1424-5
Oswald [5 August] 1424 - same feast [5 August] 1425
Robert Easby
Feast taken to be Oswald r & m, used as terminal date for account for 1417-8.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 271-2.
DCD-Inf. acs 1425-6   1425-6
Oswald [5 August] 1425 - same feast [5 August] 1426
Robert Easby
Feast taken to be Oswald r & m, used as terminal date for account for 1417-8.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 272.
DCD-Inf. acs 1426-7   1426-7
Oswald [5 August] 1426 - ... [5 August] 1427
Robert Easby
Feast taken to be Oswald r & m, used as terminal date for account for 1417-8. The heading runs 'usque ad .. .m Anno' and the lacuna is so small that the words lost can hardly be other than 'idm̄ fm̄', as on previous account.
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 272.
DCD-Inf. acs 1428-9   1428-9
Monday after Ascension [17 May] 1428 - same Monday [9 May] 1429
Robert Easby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 273.
DCD-Inf. acs 1431-2   1431-2
Pentecost [20 May] 1431 - same feast next year [8 June 1432]
Robert Easby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 273.
DCD-Inf. acs 1432-3   1432-3
Pentecost [8 June] 1432 - same feast [31 May] '33
Robert Easby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 273.
DCD-Inf. acs 1433-4   1433-4
Pentecost [31 May] 1433 - same feast [16 May] '34
Robert Easby
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 273.
DCD-Inf. acs 1434-5   1434-5
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost 1.... [16 May 1434] - same feast [5 June] 1435
... [Roger L]anchester
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [16 May] 1434 - same feast [5 June] '35
Roger Lanchester
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 274.
DCD-Inf. acs 1435-6   1435-6
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [5 June] 1435 - same feast [27 May] 1436
Roger Lanchester
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [5 June] 1435 - same feast [27 May] 1436
Roger Lanchester
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 274.
DCD-Inf. acs 1436-7   1436-7
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [27 May] 1436 - same feast [19 May] 1437
Roger Lanchester
Amended version
(B) Pentecost [27 May] 1436 - same feast [19 May] 1437
Roger Lanchester
Unamended version
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 274.
DCD-Inf. acs 1437-8   1437-8
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [19 May] 1437 - same feast [1 June] 1438
Roger Lanchester
Amended version
(B) Pentecost [19 May] 1437 - same feast [1 June] 1438
Roger Lanchester
Unamended version
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 274.
DCD-Inf. acs 1440-1   1440-1
Two copies:
(A) 13 February 1439 [1440] - Pentecost [4 June] 1441
Thomas Ward
Duplicate
(B) 13 February 1439 [1440] - Pentecost [4 June] 1441
Thomas Ward
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 274.
DCD-Inf. acs 1441-2   1441-2
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [4 June] 1441 - same feast [20 May] 1442
Thomas Ward
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [4 June] 1441 - same feast [20 May] 1442
Thomas Ward
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 275.
DCD-Inf. acs 1442   1442
Pentecost [20 May] '42 - Martin following [11 November 1442]
Thomas Ward
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 275.
DCD-Inf. acs 1447-8   1447-8
Pentecost [28 May] 1447 - same feast [12 May] 1448
John Gunnerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 275.
DCD-Inf. acs 1448-9   1448-9
Pentecost [12 May] 1448 - same feast [1 June] 1449
John Gunnerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 275-6.
DCD-Inf. acs 1449-50   1449-50
Pentecost [1 June] 1449 - same feast [24 May] 1450
John Gunnerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 276.
DCD-Inf. acs 1450-1   1450-1
Pentecost [24 May] 1450 - same feast [13 June] 1451
John Gunnerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 276.
DCD-Inf. acs 1452-3   1452-3
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [28 May] 1452 - same feast [20 May] 1453
John Gunnerton
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost 14.. [28 May 1452] - same feast [20 May] ..53
John G.nnert.. [Gunnerton]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 276-7.
DCD-Inf. acs 1453-4   1453-4
Pentecost [20 May] 1453 - same feast [9 June] 1454
John Gunnerton
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 277.
DCD-Inf. acs 1454-5 & 1455   1454-5 & 1455
Pentecost [9 June] 1454 - Purification following [2 February 1455]
John Gunnerton
& Said Purification [2 February 1455] - Pentecost [25 May] 1455
Richard Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 277.
DCD-Inf. acs 1455-6   1455-6
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [25 May] 1455 - same feast [16 May] 1-56
Richard Kelloe
Duplicate
(B) ... [25 May] 1455 - same feast [16 May] 1-56
Richard Kelloe
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 277.
DCD-Inf. acs 1456-7   1456-7
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [16 May] 1456 - same feast [5 June] 1457
Richard Kelloe
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [16 May] 1456 - same feast [5 June] 1457
Richard Kelloe
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 277.
DCD-Inf. acs 1457-8   1457-8
Pentecost [5 June] 1457 - same feast [21 May] 1458
Richard Kelloe
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 278.
DCD-Inf. acs 1458-9   1458-9
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [21 May] 1458 - same feast [13 May] 1459
Richard Kelloe
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [21 May] 1458 - same feast [13 May] 1459
Richard Kelloe
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 278.
DCD-Inf. acs 1459-60   1459-60
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [13 May] 1459 - same feast [1 June] 1460
Richard Kelloe
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [13 May] 1459 - same feast [1 June] 1460
Richard Kelloe
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 278.
DCD-Inf. acs 1460-1   1460-1
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [1 June] 1460 - same feast [24 May] 1460
John Warner
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [1 June] 1460 - same feast [24 May] 1460
John Warner
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 278.
DCD-Inf. acs 1461-2   1461-2
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [24 May] 1461 - same feast [6 June] 1462
John Warner
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [24 May] 1461 - same feast 146. [6 June 1462]
John Warner
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 278.
DCD-Inf. acs 1462-3   1462-3
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [6 June] 1462 - same feast [29 May] 1463
John Warner
Duplicate
[B Pentecost [6 June] 1462 - same feast [29 May] 1463
John Warner
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 279.
DCD-Inf. acs 1463-4   1463-4
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [29 May] 1463 - same feast [20 May] 1464
John Warner
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [29 May] 1463 - same feast [20 May] 1464
John Warner
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 279.
DCD-Inf. acs 1464-5   1464-5
Pentecost [20 May] 1464 - same feast [2 June] 1465
John Warner
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 279 '1463-5'.
DCD-Inf. acs 1465-6   1465-6
Pentecost [2 June] 1465 - same feast [25 May] 1466
Richard Sherburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 279.
DCD-Inf. acs 1466-7   1466-7
Two copies:
(A) Pentecost [25 May] 1466 - same feast [17 May] 1467
Richard Sherburn
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [25 May] 1466 - same feast [17 May] 1467
Richard Sherburn
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 279.
DCD-Inf. acs 1467-8   1467-8
Pentecost [17 May] 1467 - same feast [5 June] 1468
Richard Sherburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 279-80.
DCD-Inf. acs 1468-9   1468-9
Pentecost [5 June] 1468 - same feast [21 May] 1469
Richard Sherburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 280.
DCD-Inf. acs 1469-70   1469-70
Pentecost [21 May] 1469 - same feast [10 June] 1470
Richard Sh..rburn [Sherburn]
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 280.
DCD-Inf. acs 1470-1   1470-1
Pentecost [10 June] 1470 - same feast [2 June] 1471
Richard Sherburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 280.
DCD-Inf. acs 1471-2   1471-2
Pentecost [2 June] 147 - same feast [17 May] 1472
Richard Sherburn
Extracted: ex. 99. 280.
DCD-Inf. acs 1472-3   1472-3
Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
Richard Wrake
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 281.
DCD-Inf. acs 1473-4   1473-4
Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
Richard Wrake
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 281.
DCD-Inf. acs 1475-6   1475-6
Pentecost [14 May] 1475 - same feast [2 June] 1476 Ri... Wrake
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 281.
DCD-Inf. acs 1476-7   1476-7
Pentecost [2 June] 1476 - same feast [25 May] 1477
William Elwick
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 281.
DCD-Inf. acs 1485-6   1485-6
Pentecost [22 May] 1485 - same feast [14 May] 1486
Richard Steel
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 281.
DCD-Inf. acs 1486-7   1486-7
Pentecost [14 May] 1486 - same feast [3 June] 1487
Richard Steel
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 282.
DCD-Inf. acs 1487-8   1487-8
Pentecost [3 June] 1487 - same feast [25 May] 1488
Richard Steel
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 282.
DCD-Inf. acs 1488-9   1488-9
Pentecost [25 May] 1488 - same feast [7 June] 1489
Richard Steel
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 282.
DCD-Inf. acs 1489-90   1489-90
Pentecost [7 June] 1489 - same feast [30 May] 1490
Richard Steel
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 282.
DCD-Inf. acs 1492-3   1492-3
Pentecost [10 June] 1492 - same feast [26 May] 1493
Richard Steel
Paper roll, repaired c1970, now (March 2011) badly torn
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 282.
DCD-Inf. acs 1496-7   1496-7
Pentecost [22 May] 1496 - same feast [14 May] 1497
Thomas Staindrop
Extracted: Surtees Society 99. 283.
DCD-Inf. acs 1526-7   1526-7
Pentecost [20 May] 1526 - same feast [9 June] 1527
Thomas Holburn
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 283 (almost entirely).
DCD-Inf. acs 1534-5   1534-5
Pentecost [24 May] - same feast [16 May] 1535 Thomas Holburn
Printed: Surtees Society 99. 284 (almost entirely).
Sacrist
Reference: DCD-Sacr. acs
Dates of creation: 1318 - 1536
Extent: 117 items

Sale of Bywell St Peter tithes, 18 July 1311: 4.3.Sacr.33/2
DCD-Sacr. acs Status 1318   1318
Wednesday ... Barnabas [7 or 14 June] 1318
Robert of Durham
Printed: Surtees Society 100. 371-4.
DCD-Sacr. acs [1322-4]   [1322-4]
... [5 August 1322 - 1324]
... [John of Darlington]
The expenses are headed as being from Oswald '22. The account covers two harvests; there are payments of stipends for both eighteen months and two years. The last date mentioned appears to be the beginning of Lent following the harvest of '23, ie 29 February 1324. John of Darlington occurs as Sacrist 12 August 1322 [Misc.Ch.7031].
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 375.
DCD-Sacr. acs Status 1338   1338
Day after Faith [7 October] 1338
Thomas Graystanes
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 375-7.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1338-40   1338-40
Faith [6 October] 1338 - Sunday after Invention of Cross [7 May] 1340
Thomas Graystanes
Schedule: Arrears '40 [1340]
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 377-8.
DCD-Sacr. acs [1341]   [1341]
...
... [Thomas Graystanes]
Dorse: Status
The latest arrears mentioned in the balance are for the Martinmas term '41 and the account cannot have been closed before that. It is not clear that it extended into 1342, although payments made at Christmas are included; a different account, opened on 22 April 1342, was preceded by an Account where the total of arrears given is so small as to preclude identification with this Account, for which no more precise closing date can be given than between Christmas 1341 and 22 April 1342. There is no evidence for the opening date of the Account. Accountant named on Bursar's Accounts 1341-2 and on subsequent Sacrists' Accounts.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 378.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1342-3   1342-3
(A) Monday after Jubilate Sunday [22 April] .342 - Petron... [31 May] 1343
... [Walter] Gategange
Dorse: Status
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Jubilate Sunday [22 April] 1342 - Petronilla [31 May] 1343
Walter Gategange
Dorse: Status
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 379.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1343-4   1343-4
Petronilla [31 May] 1343 - Sunday before Augustine, apostle of the English [23 May] 1344
Walter Gategange
Dorse: Status
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100. 379.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1344-5   1344-5
Two copies
(A) Augustine, apostle of the English [26 May] 1344 - John before Latin Gate [6 May] 1345
Walter Gategange
Dorse: Status
Duplicate
(B) Augustine, apostle of the English [26 May] 1344 - John before ... [6 May] 1345
... [Walter Gategange]
Dorse: Status
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 379.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1345-6   1345-6
... before Latin Gate [6 May] 1345 - same feast next year [6 May 1346]
Walter Gategange
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 379-80.

Sale of Bywell St Peter tithes, 7 August 1345: 4.3.Sacr.33/1
DCD-Sacr. acs 1346-7   1346-7
Monday after Ascension [29 May] 1346 - same feast next year [14 May 1347]
Walter Gategange
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 380.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1347-8   1347-8
M... Ascension [14 May] 1347 - same feast next year [2 June 1348]
Walter Gategange
Dorse: Status
The preceding Account closes, and the following account opens, on Monday after Ascension.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 380.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1348-9   1348-9
Monday after Ascension [2 June] 1348 - same feast next year [25 May 1349]
Walter Gategange
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 380.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1349-50   1349-50
Leonard [6 November] 1349 - Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1350
William of Goldsborough
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 380.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1350-1   1350-1
Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1350 - same day next year [30 May 1351]
William of Goldsborough
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 381.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1351-2   1351-2
Three rolls:
(A) Monday after Ascension [30 May] 1351 - same day next year [21 May 1352]
William of Goldsborough
Dorse: Status
Counterpart first version
(B) M.. ... [30 May] 1351 - same day next year [21 May 1352]
William of Goldsborough
Dorse: Status
Counterpart first version
(C) Monday after ... [30 May] 1351 - same day next year [21 May 1352]
... [William of Gold]sborough
Dorse: Status
Second version
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 382.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1352-3   1352-3
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [21 May] 1352 - same day next year [6 May 1353]
John of Normanby
Dorse: Status
Duplicate
(B) ... after Ascension [21 May] 1352 - same ... [6 May 1353]
Status
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 382.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1353-4   1353-4
Monday after Ascension [6 May] 1353 - same day next year [26 May 1354]
John of Normanby
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 382.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1355-6   1355-6
Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1355 - same day next year [6 June 1356]
John of Durham
Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 382-3.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1356-7   1356-7
Monday after Ascension [6 June] 1356 - same day next year [22 May 1357]
John of Durham
Dorse: Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 383-4.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1358-9   1358-9
...
...
Dorse: Status
The form of this account follows that introduced after the account for 1355-6 on the account of 1356-7; it does not duplicate this latter. On the other hand the practice of adding a Status to the account had been dropped before the accounts for 1359-60, but is still found in 1356-7. It may therefore be concluded that this account is for one of the two years between 1357 and 1359. The inclusion of a receipt in respect of Bedlington Church indicates 1358-9: the Bursar received this in 1357, but his account for 1358-9 records its assignment to the Sacrist.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 381 "c. 1350".
DCD-Sacr. acs 1359-60   1359-60
Two copies
(A) ... [3 June] 1359 - ... [18 May] 1360
John of Tickhill
(B) Monday after Ascension [3 June] 1359 - Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1360
John of Tickhill
Incomplete version
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 384.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1360-1   1360-1
Monday after Ascension [18 May] 1360 - Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1361
John of Tickhill
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 384-5.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1361-2   1361-2
(A) Monday after Ascension [10 May] 1361 - Monday after Ascension [30 May] 1362
John of Tickhill
Duplicate
(B) ... Ascension [10 May] 1361 - Monday after Ascension [30 May] '62
John of Tickhill
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 385.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1362-3   1362-3
Monday after Ascension [30 May] 1362 - same day [15 May] '63
John Tickhill
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 385.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1363   1363
Ascension [11 May] - Vigil of Margaret [19 July] 1363
John of Tickhill
The heading does not make the closing date absolutely clear because the feast of Margaret reg fell on 8 July and the feast of Margaret v & m on 20 July; the latter was apparently intended for the account includes two entries for the cost of 'campanagium' for 10 weeks and 10 weeks after 11 May is 19/20 July.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 385-6.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1367   1367
Petronilla [31 May] '67 - Edmund ep [16 November 1367]
Roger of Allerton
The account is headed as covering 24 weeks.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 386.

Sale of Bywell St Peter tithes, 1370: 4.3.Sacr.33/3 face

Sale of Bywell St Peter tithes, 1371: 4.3.Sacr.33/3 dorse
DCD-Sacr. acs 1376-7   1376-7
(A) Monday after Urban [26 May] '76 - Monday after John before Latin Gate [11 May] '77
John Abell
Duplicate
Schedule: Arrears, 1375-7; Waste & Decay, 1376-7
--- [11 May 1377]
[The sums match those given in the balance of the account].
(B) Monday after Urban [26 May] '76 - Monday after John before Latin Gate [11 May] '77
John Abell
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 386-7.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1377-8   1377-8
Two copies
(A) Monday after John before Latin Gate [11 May] 1377 - Monday, Petronilla [31 May] 1378
John Abell
With lists of arrears, waste and decay: 1377-8
(B) Monday after John before Latin Gate [11 May] 1377 - Monday, Petronilla [31 May] '78
John Abell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 387.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1378-9   1378-9
(A) Monday, Petronilla [31 May] 1378 - Monday after Dunstan [23 May] '79
John Abell
With lists of arrears, waste & decay: 1378-9
(B) Monday, Petronilla [31 May] 1378 - Monday after Dunstan [23 May] '79
John Abell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 388.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1379-80   1379-80
(A) Monday after Dunstan [23 May] 1379 - Monday, John of Beverley [7 May] 1380
John Abell
Version with balance
(B) Monday after Dunstan [23 May] '79 - Monday, John of Beverley [7 May] 1380
John Abell
Version without balance
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 388.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1380-1   1380-1
Two copies
(A) Monday, John of Beverley [7 May] 1380 - Monday after Augustine [27 May] '81
John Abell
Duplicate
(B) ...erley 1... [7 May 1380] - ... [27 May] '81
... [John Abell]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 389.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1381-2   1381-2
Two copies
(A) Monday after Augustine [27 May] 1381 - Monday, Dunstan [19 May] 1382
John Abell
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Augustine [27 May] 1381 - Monday, Dunstan [19 May] 1382
John Abell
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 389.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1382-3   1382-3
Two copies
(A) Monday, Dunstan [19 May] 1382 - Monday after Invention of Cross [4 May] 1383
John Abell
Version with summary balance
(B) Monday, Dunstan [19 May] 1382 - Monday after Invention of Cross [4 May] 1383
John Abell
Version with detailed balance
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 389-90
DCD-Sacr. acs 1383-4   1383-4
Two copies
(A) Monday after Invention of Cross [4 May] 1383 - Monday after Dunstan [23 May] 1384
John Abell
Duplicate
(B) Monday after Invention of Cross [4 May] 1383 - Monday after Dunstan [23 May] 1384
John Abell
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 390
DCD-Sacr. acs 1384   1384
Monday after Dunstan [23 May] 1384 - Sunday before Exaltation of Cross following [11 September 1384]
John Abell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 390 '1384-5'.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1385-6   1385-6
Monday before Dunstan [15 May] 1385 - Monday before Barnabas [4 June] 1386
Thomas d'Autre
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 390-1.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1386-7   1386-7
Monday before Barnabas [4 June] 1386 - Monday before Dunstan [20 May] 1387
Thomas d'Autre
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 391.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1388-9   1388-9
Monday before Nereus & Achilleus [11 May] 1388 - Monday after Augustine, apostle of the English [31 May] 1389
Thomas d'Autre
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 391.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1390-1   1390-1
Monday before Dunstan [16 May] 1390 - Monday after John of Beverley [8 May] 1391
Thomas d'Autre
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 391-2.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1393-4   1393-4
Monday, Dunstan [19 May] 1393 - Monday after Augustine, apostle of the English [1 June] 1394
Thomas d'Autre
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 392.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1395-6   1395-6
Three copies:
(A) Monday after Dunstan ...5 [24 May 1395] - Monday after Nereus & Achilleus 139. [15 May 1396]
Thomas d'Autre
Duplicate
(B) ... [24 May 1395 - 15 May 1396]
... [Thomas d'Autre]
Duplicate
(C) [24 May 1395 - 15 May 1396]
(Duplicate; part only)
(C) removed from the Sacrist's Repertory and Rental 13 August 1946.
The account clearly covers one year only.
Extracted: (A) 100. 392; (B) mentioned 100. 392.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1396-7   1396-7
Monday after Ner... [15 May] 1396 - Monday after Marcellinus & Peter [4 June] ..97
Thomas d'Autre
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 392.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1397-8   1397-8
Two copies
(A) Monday after Marcellinus & Peter [4 June] 1397 - Monday after Dunstan [20 May] 1398
Thomas d'Autre
Duplicate
(B) Monday after ... [4 June] .397 - Monday after Dunstan ... [20 May 1398]
Thomas d'Autre
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 393.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1401-2   1401-2
Martinmas [11 November] 1401 - same feast [11 November] 1402
Thomas Lythe
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 393.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1402-3   1402-3
Martinmas 1... [11 November 1402] - same feast [11 November] 1403
Thomas Lythe
The account clearly covers one year only.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 394.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1403-4   1403-4
Two copies
(A) Martinmas [11 November] 1403 - Pentecost: Dunstan [18 or 19 May] 1404
Thomas Lythe
Duplicate
(B) Martinmas [11 November] 1403 - Pentecost: Dunstan [18 or 19 May] 1404
Thomas Lythe
Duplicate
In 1404 Dunstan's feast fell on Whit-Monday.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 394.
DCD-Sacr. acs Status, 1404   Status, 1404
...4.. [18 or 19 May 1404]
Delivered by Thomas Lythe to Robert of Masham
Thomas Lythe's last account as Sacrist was closed on 18 or 19 May 1404, and Robert of Masham's first was opened on 19 May 1404.
Printed: Surtees Society 100. 394-9.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1404-5   1404-5
Two copies
(A) Dunstan [19 May 1404] - Monday after Ascension [1 June] '05
Robert of Masham
Duplicate
(B) ... [19 May 1404 - 1 June 1405]
... [Robert of Masham]
Duplicate
Extracted: (A) 100. 399-400.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1405-6   1405-6
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [1 June] 1405 - ... Mary said year [2 February 1406]
Robert of Masham
Duplicate
(B) ... [1 June 1405 - 2 February 1406]
... [Robert of Masham]
Duplicate
The closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on this date.
Mentioned: Surtees Society 100 .400
DCD-Sacr. acs 1406-7   1406-7
Purification 1405 [2 February 1406] - same feast 1406 [2 February 1407]
Thomas Rome
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 400-1.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1407   1407
Two copies
(A) Purification 1406 [2 February 1407] - Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1407
Thomas Rome
Duplicate
(B) Purification 1406 [2 February 1407] - ... [9 May] 1407
... [Thomas] Rome
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 401.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1407-8   1407-8
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [9 May] 1407 - same Monday [28 May] '08
Thomas Rome
Duplicate
(B) ... after Ascension ... [9 May 1407] - ... [28 May] '08
... [Thomas Rome]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 401.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1408-9   1408-9
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1408 - Scholastica said year [10 February] 1409
Thomas Rome
With lists of arrears, debts, waste and decay: 1408-9
(B) Monday after Ascension [28 May] 1408 - Scholastica said year [10 February] 1409
Thomas Rome
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 402.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1409   1409
Scholastica 1408 [10 February 1409] - Monday after Ascension [20 May] 1409
... [John] Wessington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 402.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1409-10   1409-10
Monday after Ascension: Monday after Dunstan [20 May] 1409 - Monday after Invention of Cross [5 May] 1410
John Wessington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 402.

Whittonstall chapel fruits, [c.1410]: 1.1.Sacr.25.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1411-2   1411-2
... [?25 May 1411 - 16 May 1412]
... [John Wessington]
Dorse: With Details of Stores, and of money raised for new cross
The closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on that date. As the account covers a year the opening date is probably Monday after Ascension, although quite possibly defined in some other way. Named as accountant for previous three years on 1412-3 accounts.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 402-3.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1412-3   1412-3
Two copies
(A) Monday before Dunstan [16 May] 1412 - Monday after Ascension: Monday after Marcellinus & Peter [5 June] 1413
John Wessington
Duplicate
(B) Monday before Dunstan [16 May] 1412 - ... after Ascension: Monday after Marcellinus & Peter 14.. [5 June 1413]
John Wessington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 403-4.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1413-4   1413-4
Monday after Ascension: Monday after Marcellinus & Peter [5 June] 1413 - Monday after Ascension: Monday after Dunstan [21 May] '14
John Wessington
Dorse: With Details of Stores, and of contributions to new bells
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 404-5.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1414-5   1414-5
Monday after Ascension: Monday after ... [21 May 1414] - ... .fter Ascension: Monday after Nereus, Achilleus ... [13 May 1415]
... [John Wessington]
The opening date is established from the fact that the account takes up the balance of the account closed on this date; the closing date is established from the fact that the balance of this account is taken up on the account opened on this date. Shown to be accountant for this year by the entry for arrears on the account for 1416-7.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 405.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1415-6   1415-6
Monday after Ascension: Monday after Nereus, Achilleus & Pancras [13 May] 1415 - Monday after Ascension: Monday after Petronilla [1 June] '16
John Wessington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 406.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1416-7   1416-7
Monday after Ascension: Monday after Pet... [1 June] 1416 - Monday after Ascension: Monday after Dunstan [24 May] '17
John Wessington
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 406.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1419-20   1419-20
Two copies
(A) Monday after Ascension: Monday after Augustine, apostle of the English [29 May] 1419 - Monday after Ascension: Monday after Dunstan [20 May] 1420
Thomas Rome
Duplicate
(B) ... [29 May 1419 - 20 May 1420]
... [Thomas Rome]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 406-7.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1420-1   1420-1
Two copies:
(A) Monday after Ascension: Monday after Dunstan [20 May] 1420 - Monday after Corpus Christi: Augustine, apostle of the English [26 May] '21
Thomas Rome
(B) ... [20 May 1420 - 26 May 1421]
... [Thomas Rome]
With Lists of Waste, of Decay and of Debts
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 407.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1421-2   1421-2
Two copies
(A) Augustine, apostle of the English [26 May] 1421 - same Augustine [26 May] '22
Thomas Rome
Duplicate
(B) ... [26 May 1421 - 26 May 1422]
... [Thomas Rome]
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 407.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1422-3   1422-3
Two copies
(A) Augustine, apostle of the English [26 May] .422 - same Augustine [26 May] '23
... [Thomas] Rome
Duplicate
(B) Augustine, apostle of the English [26 May] ..22 - same Augustine [26 May] '23
... [Thomas] Rome
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 407-8.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1423-4   1423-4
Two copies
(A) Augustine, apostle of the English [26 May] 1423 - ... Augustine [26 May] '24
... [Thomas Rome]
Duplicate
(B) ... [26 May 1423 - 26 May 1424]
... [Thomas Rome]
Duplicate
The arrears on the account for 1438-9 show that Henry Ferriby accounted as Sacrist 1425-1437 and was preceded by Thomas Rome.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 408.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1424-5   1424-5
Two copies
(A) Augustine, apostle of the English [26 May] 1424 - ...ugustine [26 May] 1425
... [Thomas Rome]
Duplicate
(B) Augustine, apostle of the English [26 May] 1424 - ...ugustine [26 May] 1425
... [Thomas Rome]
Duplicate
The arrears on the account for 1438-9 show that Henry Ferriby accounted as Sacrist 1425-1437 and was preceded by Thomas Rome.
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 408.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1438-9   1438-9
Augustine [26 May] 1438 - Dunstan [19 May] 1439
William Ebchester
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 408-9.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1439-40   1439-40
Augustine [26 May] 1.39 - Dunstan [19 May] 1440
William Ebchester
Dorse: Inventory
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 409.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1440-1   1440-1
Augus... [26 May] 1440 - Dunstan [19 May] 1441
William Ebchester
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 409-10.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1441-2   1441-2
Augustine [26 May] 1441 - Dunstan [19 May] 1442
William Ebchester
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 410.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1442-3   1442-3
Augustine [26 May] 1442 - Dunstan [19 May] 1443
William Ebchester
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 410-1.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1443-4   1443-4
Augustine [26 May] 1443 - Dunstan [19 May] 1444
William Ebchester
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 411.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1444-5   1444-5
Augustine [26 May] 1444 - Dunstan [19 May] 1445
William Ebchester
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 411.

Warkworth mill pension payments, 1434 - 1445: 1.1.Sacr.26.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1445-6   1445-6
Augustine [26 May] 1445 - Dunstan [19 May] 1446
William Ebchester
With Status
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 411.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1458-9   1458-9
Augustine [26 May] 1458 - same feast [26 May] 1459
Thomas Ayre
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 411.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1465-6   1465-6
Pentecost [2 June] 1465 - same feast [25 May] 1466
Richard Blackburn
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 412.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1472-3   1472-3
Pentecost [17 May] 1472 - same feast [6 June] 1473
John Eden
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 412-3.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1473-4   1473-4
Pentecost [6 June] 1473 - same feast [29 May] 1474
Office in the hands of the Prior, Richard Bell
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 413-4.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1474-5   1474-5
Two copies
(A) Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - same feast [14 May] 1475
Office in the hands of the Prior, Richard Bell
Duplicate
(B) Pentecost [29 May] 1474 - same feast [14 May] 1475
Office in the hands of the Prior, Richard Bell
Duplicate
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 414.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1483-4   1483-4
Pentecost [18 May] 1483 - same feast [6 June] 1484
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 414-5.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1484-5   1484-5
Pentecost [6 June] 1484 - same feast [22 May] 1485
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 415.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1485-6   1485-6
Pentecost [22 May] 1485 - same feast [14 May] 1486
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 416.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1486-7   1486-7
Pentecost [14 May] 1486 - same feast [3 June] 1487
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 416-7.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1487-8   1487-8
Pentecost [3 June] 1487 - same feast [25 May] 1488
George Cornforth
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 417.

Free rents due to the bishop, [c.1500]: 2.2.Sacr.7.
DCD-Sacr. acs 1535-6   1535-6
Pentecost [16 May] 1535 - same feast [4 June] 1536
John Porter
Extracted: Surtees Society 100. 417-9.

Arrears c.1540: Misc.Ch.7283 f.24vr
with Sacristonheugh

Valuation of goods (livestock, equipment, sown acres), [1418]: 3.3.Sacr.29c.

Valuation of goods (livestock, equipment, sown acres), 2 June 1430, two copies: 3.3.Sacr.29a and b.
Receiver in York and Holtby

12 May 1448 - [c.May/June 1449], with rental: Misc. Ch. 7198.

2 April 1480 - 22 April 1481: Misc. Ch. 2612.