Borderland usually the land between England & Wales
A lord holding land along the English/Welsh border
An accounting term not an actual coin. Silver mark valued at 13s 4d (99p) whilst the gold mark's value was £6
Burgesses of a towns or borough elected a mayor annually as their official representative
Drink made from fermenting honey & water. Also the name for a meadow
Dealer in cloth & fabrics
Linear plot of land including a dwelling house, & buildings belonging to one household.
Grant of land into the 'dead hand' of a coporate body - not liable for succession dues as exists in perpetuity eg churches
Toll for the upkeep of a town's walls
Gold coin worth 6s 8d (33p). Also a member of the nobility ie person of high birth
Half / two thirds of a coconut shell, husk removed, polished and mounted in silver or pewter to make a cup or goblet.
The term for gold in heraldry
OYER & TERMINER
Legal term meaning to hear & determine. Commisions of O & T in the 'shires' consisting of nobles & gentry were set up by the king