rail boot

1) The right to take wood suitable for making rails.

Noted as rayleboote in a Cawthorne lease of 1626. In this case the right was connected with the stacking of bark which may have been placed temporarily on rails outside the woods.

spellings rayleboote rail bote
places Cawthorne
dates 1626

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