flawn pot

1) The OED has examples of ‘flawn’ from <i>c</i>.1300 and defines it as a kind of custard or cheese-cake.

In 1698, testimony given by Margaret Chadwick of Bradley referred to the wheat, the capon, the pullet and the flawn potfull of wheat for frumity which Susanna Rishton was accused of stealing. Possibly connected are the medieval by-names: n.d. Simon le Flaune, Bolton by Bowland

1319 Thomas le Flauner, Scarborough.

dates 1200-1299 1319 1698

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