harrow boot

1) The right to collect wood for the maintenance of harrows.

A tenant’s rights to wood from the lord’s estate could include allowances for a variety of purposes, including the maintenance of husbandry gear, including harrows. In 1582, an East Morton lease granted to three tenants housboote, plowboote, cartboote, fyreboote, hedgboote and haroboote [harrow boot].

places East Morton
dates 1582

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