View of metes and bounds of lordship of Abbot of Milton and freeholders, 8 Richard II..
Charter of bounds between Middelton [Milton] and Helton [Hilton]..
Agreement between John, Abbot of Abbotysbury [Abbotsbury] (1257-1284) and William, Abbot of Middelton (1256-1273) about land on hill on west of valley and arable called Develscombe [?Delcombe]. No date..
Metes and bounds between lordships of Lusshcombe [Lyscombe in Cheselborne] and Melcombe [Melcombe Horsey]. [Probably unfinished]..
Boundaries and limits of Oure [Ower] at Fromemouth in Purbyk [Purbeck], with common bounds in the royal land called Hethfield, anciently appropriated to fee farm, and bounds of royal free tenement called Voxysplace. No date..
Memorandum of tithes belonging to office of Prior of Middelton in Mylborne Andree [Milborne St. Andrew]. No date..
Charter of John de Muleborn concerning gift of tithes in Muleborn. No date..
Charter of gift of foundation of tithe barn in Muleborn. No date..
In Hundred Court of Corfe Castle: exoneration of Abbot from paying 2s. rent for chapel of St. Elene in Purbyk, 25 Oct. 10 Henry IV..
Inquisition taken at Poole concerning tithes of Chapel of St. Helene in Purbyk from two islands called St. Helenyslond. After dispute between Rector of Corfe Castle and Abbot, verdict that tithes always belonged to Abbey of Middelton, 11 September..
Westhemelisworth [West Hemsworth in Witchampton]. Customary made by Nicholas Langford in first court held by him after death of Edmund Strode, 2 June..
First entry or possession of Walter Archer, Abbot of Middelton, and first court of manor of Bedyshurst [Bedchester in Fontmell Magna] held by Nicholas Langford on Day of St. Dunstan, 18 Richard II. 19 May..
Metes and bounds of la Southdowne between Maydynnewton [Maiden Newton] and Cattistoke [Cattistock], 12 April. 12 Henry VI..
Agreement between Abbot of Glastonbury and Abbot of Middelton concerning land in Cleyangr' [Clinger in Buckland Newton]..
Alured de Lincoln's death. Precept to hold Inquisition post Mortem, 8 June 48 Henry III, Inquisition and division of lands..
Assignment of manors of Okeford [Fitzpaine] and Dundyssh [Duntish] with advowsons of churches to Joan, widow of Alured, as dowry, 10 July 48 Henry III..
Royal grant to Robert Fitzpayne.
Royal grant to William de Govyz.
Royal grant to Abrede de Lincoln.
Inquisition at Devilyssh [Dewlish] on lands of William Govytz deceased, 26 January 27 Edward I..