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[D.R.O An exact Terrier of the Glebe-land, Perquisites, 72/29]
Easter-dues, and privy Tithes belonging to the Rectory of Binton in the County of Warwick and Diocese of Worcester made the 9th day of September Anno Dom: 1714


Imp: The Homestall containing by estimation five acres, having the hill on the West, the feild on the East, the North-head butteth on the Church-yard.
It: In the Lot-meadow one dole being two poles and another one pole and a third in Smithie dole not known till the lot be cast.
It: In the common Meadow a parcell of ground by the Avon's side called the Parson's Quarter-Meadow, joyning to the Lot-meadow on the North, and to Mr Kempson on the East.

In the present Fallow-feild
Imp: In the Church bank five lands together lying between the lands of Mr Kempson.
It: In Short-Cleydon one land lying next to Mr Thornas Walford, on the West of him.
It: Another in the same furlong lying next to one of the Ld. Conway's.
It: Another in the same furlong lying next to Mr Huckell on the East of him.
It: Another in the same furlong lying next to Wm Herbage on the East of him.
It: In long-Hoo a land lying next Mr Tho:Walford on the south of him.
It: In Hearth-furlong a land lying between two of John Reddings.
It: At Warwick-way a land lying on the North of Mr Kempson.
It: In Rickard's furlong a land lying on the North of Mr Tho: Walford.
It: In the same furlong a land lying on the North of Mr Wm Walford.
It: In the same furlong a land lying on the South of Mr Kempson.
It: In Hollow-brook a land lying between two lands of Fran. Badson's with a Feather adjoining to it.
It: Five layes butting on Warwick-way next the common; between Mr Kempson and Mr Tho.Walford.

In the Pease Stubble
Imp. In Grub-tree furlong the fifth land from Rush-way.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between the Lord Conway on the East and Mr Tho.Walford on the West.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between two of M, Kempson's.
It: In the furlong at Alcester-way a land lying on the southside of Mr Tho: Walford's broad land.
It: In the same furlong (a land) lying on the North-side of Path-meer.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between another of Mr. Thomas Walford's broad lands and one Mr Kempson's.
It: A lay under Mr. Walford's closes.
It: In Pit-furlong a land between Mr Tho:Walford and Wm Herbage.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between two of Mr Tho: Walford's.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between Mr Tho: Walford and Mr Huckell.
It: Four layes in the common, the feed is common, but the furzes and thorns growing upon them the Rector's.

In the barley-stubble

Imp. A land going through two furlongs lying in the upper end between Mr Tho: Walford and Mr Wm Walford in the lower furlong between John Redding and Wm Herbage.
It: In the seven-land furlong a land lying between two of William Herbage's.
It: In George Gray's furlong a land lying between the Ld. Conway and Mr Huckell.
It: In the same furlong (a land) butting upon two of Mr Tho: Goodwin's.
It: In the great furlong a land lying between Mr Tho: Walford and Mr Kempson.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between two of Mr Wm Walford's.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between Mr Wm Walford and Mr Tho: Goodwin.


In the wheat-stubble

Imp. Six lands lying at Grange-end.
It: In Withie furlong a land between Mr Tho: and Mr Wm Walford.
It: In the same furlong two lands together between the Ld. Conway and Mr Wm Walford.
It: In Garson's furlong a land lying between two of Mr Tho: Walford's.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between Mr Tho: Walford and Mr Tho: Goodwin.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between two of John Reddings.
It: In long-croft's a land lying between the Ld. Conway and William Herbage.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between Mr Kempson and Mr Tho: Goodwin.
It: In the dirty acres a land lying between Mr Kempson and {Mr} Tho: Fairfax.
It: In short-crofts a land lying on the South-side of the Ld. Conway's and butting upon Wm Herbage's head-land.
It: At the short layes a land being an head-land to the layes, next Wm Herbage on the East.
It: In long Cleydon a land lying between Mr Tho: Goodwin and Wm Herbage.
It: In short Cleydon lying next Mr Tho: Walford on the North of him.
It: A land being an headland to short Cleydon.
It: In the upper Gravels one land lying between Mr Williarn Walford and Mr Tho: Goodwin.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between the Ld. Conway and Mr Will: Walford.
It: In the lower Gravels, a land lying next the Ld. Conway on the South side of hin.
It: In the same furlong a land lying between the Ld. Conway and William Herbage.
It: A swath on the side of Cawdle-meer.

Perquisites

For a churching ' -4d
For a burying -4d
For a wedding -2s 6d, with a license 5s..

Privy tithes
         ( s d)
For every tenth lamb         1 04
For every sheep winter'd out or bought in the spring } 00 00 1/2
For every sheep winter'd here and sold, in the spring} 00 01d.
For every Calf 00 04d
For every new-milch'd Cow 00 06d

Easter dues

For every house and garden call'd s d
smoak-penny & garden-penny. 00 02d,
Offerings each family. 00 04d

Edw. Deane Rect:
John Kempson .
Beniamin Huckell
Tho: Walford
Rich: Richardson Church Warden.




From:
The Ecclesiastical Terriers of Warwickshire Parishes vol. I, Parishes A to Li ed. D.M. Barratt, DugdaleSociety, vol. XXII, Oxford, 1955

from  University of Hull (England)
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