Pedigree of the Butlers, earls of Ormonde, by Roger Dodsworth, Feodaries of the Duchy of Lancaster lands in Yorkshire and Extracts from Exchequer and other records, Written about 1645 by R. Dodsworth, written about 1630, written in 1642 by R. Dodsworth and others
MS. Dodsworth 33, 1645, 59 leaves: Pedigree of the Butlers, earls of Ormonde, by Roger Dodsworth; with evidences for the same (fol. 12v) transcribed out of other volumes of Dodsworth's collections and partially enumerated in the Old Catalogue. At fol. 55 are short pedigrees of the families of Ewias, Builli, and Vipont.
MS. Dodsworth 34, 1630, 105 leaves: Feodaries of the Duchy of Lancaster lands in Yorkshire, viz:
1. Fol. 1. Richard Bernard's feodary of:
- The liberty of Pickering (fol. 1)
- Soke of Knaresborough (fol. 2v)
- Manors of Bradford (fol. 5)
- Wakefield (fol. 6v)
- And the honours of Pontefract (fol. 10), Tickhill (fol. 37), and Craven (fol. 41), with lists of fines for respite of homage in the honour of Pontefract (fol. 45), and of suitors of its court (fol. 48), 19 Eliz. (1577): the original is now P.R.O., Duchy of Lancaster records, returns of knights' fees 2 (28)
2. Fol. 56. Return of knights' fees in the honour of Pontefract, 4 Edw. ii: the original is wanting.
3. Fol. 64. Rental and (fol. 72) feodary of the honour of Pontefract, 3 Hen. vi (1425), the former with additions to 1594 (Duchy of Lancaster misc. book 106).
The returns for the honour of Pontefract are made by wapentakes, viz. Agbrigg (fols. 10, 59v, 68, 82), Morley (fols. 13v, 57v, 68, 78), Osgoldcross (fols. 18, 56, 64, 72), Staincross (fols. 26, 59, 66, 76), Skyrack (fols. 30, 49, 58, 80), and Barkston (fols. 34, 60v, 83v). Dodsworth has added marginal headings and, at fol. 87, miscellaneous Yorkshire notes from placita de quo warranto, etc. There is an index of surnames at fol. i, and of places in MS. Dodsworth 21.
MS. Dodsworth 35, 1642, 149 leaves: Extracts from Exchequer and other records:
- Fol. 1. 'Collectanea ex Rubro Libro Scaccarii, 1642', partially enumerated in the Old Catalogue: other extracts from it are in MSS. Dodsworth 47, 89, and 141.
- Fol. 33. A few notes of Exchequer fines for the counties of Bedford, Buckingham, and Hereford, Edw. i-Hen. vi.
- Fol. 46. Extracts from a roll of accounts of lands of the Knights Templars, 1-2 and 5 Edw. ii (Exch. L.T.R. Enrolled Accounts, miscell. roll 18).
- Fol. 77. 'Ces sunt les nons e les armes et banerez de Engletere': the 'parliamentary' roll of arms, temp. Edw. ii; first printed from this MS. by Edw. Rowe Mores as Nomina et Insignia Gentilicia (Oxf., 1749). This is the same version as B.M., Lansdowne MS. 855 (see Genealogist 1st ser., v, 1881, p. 17), and appears to have been transcribed from 'a book in the Heralds' office': see no. 5086, fol. 84. Fols. 85-92 and 93-100 have been transposed by the binder.
- Fol. 105. Extracts from the book of accounts of Roger de Waltham, keeper of the King's Wardrobe, from 1 May 15 Edw. ii (1322) to 19 Oct. 17 Edw. ii (1323), here described as 'in Scaccario penes rememoratorem Regis' but now B.M., Stowe MS. 553, viz.: particulars of wages of soldiers employed in the Scottish war and in garrisons on the Marches to May 15, 1323 (fol. 106); and accounts of the sale of victuals at Newcastle-upon-Tyne by Robert de Notyngham and William de Kirkeby, 16 Edw. ii (fol. 128) and 17 Edw. ii (fol. 135), and at Carlisle and Skynburnesse by John de Louthre and others (fol. 144).
Art. 1 is partially, and articles 2-3 are wholly, in Roger Dodsworth's hand.
- Creation: Written about 1645 by R. Dodsworth, written about 1630, written in 1642 by R. Dodsworth and others
Language of Materials
MSS. Dodsworth 33, 34, 35
Other Finding Aids
Falconer Madan, et al., A summary catalogue of western manuscripts in the Bodleian Library at Oxford which have not hitherto been catalogued in the Quarto series (7 vols. in 8 [vol. II in 2 parts], Oxford, 1895-1953; reprinted, with corrections in vols. I and VII, Munich, 1980), vol. II, nos. 4175-4177
MS. Dodsworth 34: ('CCC')
MS. Dodsworth 35: ('C' in triangle)
- MS. Dodsworth 34: For subsidiary pieces see artt. 6, 8, 9 in Hunter's account of this MS. ( Three Catalogues , p. 116).
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