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The Forest of Dean by H. G. Nicholls

An Oak near the Woodman's in Shutcastle


ipse et omnes antecessores

sui et omnes illi quorum statum ipse nunc habet in mesuagio terra et tenementis supradictis a tempore cujus contrarii memoria hominum non existit in contrarium usi fuerunt et consueverunt de tempore in tempus facere sectam ad Curiam dicti domini Regis et praedecessorum suorum Regum et Reginarum Angliae apud Castrum suum Sancti Briavelli de tribus septimanis in tres septimanas, ac etiam annuatim solvere feodo firmario domini Regis Forestae praedictae pro tempore existenti vel ejus ballivo redditum octo solidorum et octo denariorum ad usum dicti domini Regis. Ac etiam annuatim solvere dicto feodo firmario vel ejus ballivo summam unius denarii in nomine de Swinesilver ad usum dicti domini Regis. Et quod ipse praefatus Willielmus Skynne et omnes antecessores et omnes ili quorum statum ipse nunc habet in mesuagio terris et tenementis supradictis ratione soctae ad Curiam dicti domini Regis et redditus octo solidorum et octo denariorum praedictorum ac summae unius denarii in nomine de Swinesilver sic ut praefertur per ipsum de tempore in tempus domino Regi factorum et solutorum usi fuerunt et a toto praedicto tempore cujus contrarii memoria hominum non existit in contrarium uti consueverunt omnibus et singulis libertatibus privilegiis et franchesiis modo et forma prout per ipsum Willielmum Skynne superius sunt clamata tanquam ad praedictum mesuagium terras et tenementa praedicta spectantia et pertinentia, et eis omnibus et singulis juxta vim formam et effectum clamei sui praedicti
usi fuerunt, et idem Willielmus Skynne adhuc utitur prout ei bene licet. Et hoc paratus est verificare prout curia consideraverit unde idem Willielmus Skynne petit praedicta libertates privilegia et franchesias hic ut praefertur per ipsum superius clamata sibi et haeredibus suis allocari juxta clameum suum praedictum.

TOBIAS ROSE.

No. III.

TABLE I.--FORMED BY MR. MACHEN.

An Account of the Admeasurement of Trees in Dean Forest; viz., A, an Oak near the Woodman's in Shutcastle; B, "Jack of the Yat," an Oak Tree on the Coleford and Mitcheldean Road; C, a large Oak in Sallow Vallets; D, an Oak which appears to be formed of two Oaks grown together, on the Lodge Hill, 300 yards west of York Lodge; E, a black Italian Poplar in the Garden at Whitemead. All taken at six feet from the ground.

[NOTE: In each table, Inc = Increase in Size.]

A B C D E {265} {265a} {265b} Inc Inc Inc Inc Inc Ft.ins ins Ft.ins ins Ft.ins ins Ft.ins ins Ft.ins ins Oct 3 9 - - - - - - - - - 1814 ,, 3 1.625 - - - - 17 2 - - - 1816 10.625 ,, 3 1 - - - - 17 3 1 0 - 1818 11.625 11.5 ,,


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