1) Dried cow’s dung which was used for fuel.
1569 no one to take cassyngs from the Carre or any other field, Acomb
1591 an old bushel skepp, a syle, cassens, turves, South Cave
1633 no inhabitant shall collect any Casons, Aldborough. The casings were evidently stored in outhouses in the farmyard, probably on overhead balks: 1634 1 horseheck and a manger with skelbouthes with the casinlyers and the wood that the cattle-meat lies on, Elmswell. ‘Case’ seems to have been an occasional alternative form: 1607 Richard Atkinson [presented] for his wife gathering cases, Calton.