By Terry Marsh
This guidebook follows the Coast to Coast or C2C stroll, popularised by way of Wainwright, which runs from St Bees Head in Cumbria to Robin Hood's Bay on Yorkshire's east coast. At 178 miles (300km), this well known long-distance jogging course will be simply walked inside a two-week vacation.
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There are few indications of the quality of the clothing bought. However, the cote Wade he bought at Windsor sounds like a fashionable item. Moreover, ermine was bought on several occasions, which on its own indicates a certain quality of material life. Money was paid over to goldsmiths ‘for the lord’s work’, and various sums were paid to his armourer at Lynn. Girths and circingles were bought for his horses, while two pairs of spurs cost 2s 8d. A minor but vital item of expenditure was the money spent on the lord’s seals, that is to say the seal matrices: 2d was spent on mending the lord’s seal, at Lincoln, and later three gurzes were bought for the lord’s seal costing 3d, while another 3d was spent on transporting three seals of the lord from Lincoln Dyke to Frampton.
G. Astill, ‘An Early Inventory of a Leicestershire Knight’, Midland History, 2 (1974), 274–83. The Gentry Household 37 a four-mile radius of Appleby, in Leicestershire, Derbyshire, and Staffordshire. Edmund had been militarily active. He was in Gascony in 1322 and 1324–5 and had participated in the victorious Poitiers campaign against the French in 1356. He belonged to the afﬁnity of the house of Lancaster, not too surprisingly as this area was a centre of its power. At home he functioned as a commissioner of array in the three counties mentioned and as a justice of the peace and tax assessor and collector in his home county of Leicestershire.
This inventory, unlike the de la Beche, includes valuations. The total value was just over £200 of which a little more than half consisted of grain, animals, and agricultural implements, at Appleby and at Seal. It suggests, then, that the home of a fourteenth-century knight might contain possessions to the value of around £100. Sir Edmund’s pantry and buttery contained goods to the value of £17 12s 4d. There was quite a lot of silver. There were two silver bowls with diaper or diamond pattern in gold together with crowns and roses, three silver bowls with covers, two large and one small, one silver ewer, and two other pieces of silver, yet again reﬂecting the Luttrell dining scene.
A Northern Coast to Coast Walk: From St Bees Head to Robin Hood's Bay by Terry Marsh