1) A custom of Pickering Forest, considered as an agistment, so possibly the right to graze beasts on fallen branches, either on their way through a forest or on certain special occasions.

1619-21 The inhabitants of Kinthorpe doe paye yearlie vijs to the graves of Pickeringe … for their winderake there. A survey taken in the Commonwealth years has the following memorandum: one Mr Hutchinson doth clayme a windrake in the said West side as in right of the Abbey of Wickham which his ancestors purchased of King Henry VIII.

places Kinthorpe
dates 1619-1621 1649-1660

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