Types of Cause: Tithes – wool

Tithes of wool were mixed or small/minute tithes as they arose from livestock and so were normally payable to the vicar or his farmer (see ‘Tithes – modus’ under ‘Subjects’).

Lambs and wool

EDC 5/1/8 – Ralph Done, vicar of Over, contra Robert Young, Edward Harrison and Benedict Barker

Foals, lambs and wool

EDC 5/1/10 – George Cotton, esquire, contra Margery Holford

Calves, cows, gardens, lambs, sheep, wool

EDC 5/1566/12 – Hugh Dodd, rector of Coddington, contra Richard Allen