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A History of Horncastle by James Conway Walter

As we have at Spalding Ayscough fee Hall


{20f}

_Ibidem_, p. 489.

{20g} _Ibidem_, p. 88.

{20h} _Ibidem_, p. 760. This castle was built by Richard, Baron le Scrope, Chancellor of England under Richard II.

{20i} _Ibidem_, p. 99.

{20j} _Ibidem_, p. 722.

{20k} Patent Roll 6 Ed. VI., pt. 3, m. 1, 21 Nov., 1552, witnessed by the king at Westminster.

{21a} Patent Roll, 1 Mary, pt. 8, m. 2 (44), 28 Nov., 1553.

{21b} Historical MS. Commission. Calendar of MS. of the most Honble. the Marquis of Salisbury, K.G., &c., p. 179.

{21c} This Earl of Lincoln would seem to have been of a particularly hot temperament. I have mentioned in another volume (_Records of Woodhall Spa_, pp. 14.0, &c.) several of his actions of gross violence against the Saviles of Poolham Hall, in this neighbourhood, about the same date (1578). I will merely state here that he, with a party of followers, attacked Sir Robert Savile, when on a hunting excursion, seized several of his hounds and hanged them, as Sir Robert says, "upon my own tree within my own ground." He forced his way into the parlour at Poolham and challenged Sir Robert to fight "six to six" of their dependents. After an entertainment at Horncastle his followers, at his instigation, got hold of an unfortunate tailor,

"drew their swords and sore wounded him," saying he should "have that and more, for his master's sake," Sir Robert Savile's son. One Robert Fullshaw, of Waddingworth, prayed the justices for protection against his "horrible outrages," and it was said that his conduct "savoured of insanity." (_Illustrations of English History_ by Lodge. Lansdown MS., Brit. Mus., 27, art. 41.)

{21d} Patent Roll, 6 Ed. VI., pt. i, m. 11. Date 8 Dec., 1554.

{22a} Esch. Inquis. post mortem, 3-4 Henry VIII., No. 14.

{22b} It does not appear where this "Parish-fee" was situated, doubtless it was subordinate to the main manor of Horncastle, such "fees" were generally named after the owners once "enfeoffed" of them, as we have at Spalding Ayscough-fee Hall, once owned by the Ayscoughs, Beaumont-fee at Lincoln, owned by the Beaumonts, Panell-fee by the Paganels, Nevill-fee by the Nevills in Middle Rasen, &c. _Architectural Society's Journal_, 1895, p. 19. There is a family named Parish at Horncastle but they are a modern importation.

{22c} Inquis. post mortem, 6 Edward III., held at Haltham, Sep. 21, 1333.

{22d} Feet of Fines, Lincoln, 32 Henry III., 21 July, A.D. 1248. _Lincs. Notes & Queries_, vol. iv. p. 120. This is repeated in a Final Concord of the same date between Silvester, Bishop of Carlisle, and other parties. _Lincs. Notes & Queries_, vol. vii., p. 114.

{22e} Cottonian Charter, v., 61, quoted _Lincs. Notes & Queries_, vol. iii, p. 245.

{22f} _Architectural Society's Journal_, 1896, pp. 254-257.

{22g} Court of Wards Inquis. post mortem, 3, 4 and 5 Ed. VI., vol. v., p. 91. _Architectural Society's Journal_, 1896, p. 258.

{22h} Chancery Inquis. post mortem, 20 Henry VI., No. 25. _Architectural Society's Journal_, 1899, p. 257.

{22i} _Ibidem_.

{22j} _Ibidem_, p. 258.

{24a} _Lincs. Notes & Queues_, vols. i., p. 183, and ii., p. 219.


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