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The Foundations of Gentry LifeThe Multons of Frampton and their World 1270-1370$

Peter Coss

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780199560004

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: May 2010

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199560004.001.0001

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(p.ix) List of Illustrations

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The Foundations of Gentry Life
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  1. Figure 2.1 The Multons of Frampton 12

  2. Figure 2.2 The Multon interests in Lincolnshire 14

  3. Figure 2.3 Frampton and Sandholme, Ordnance Survey 1:10000 (1990s) 18

  4. Figure 2.4 Aerial photograph of the Multon curia at Sandholme 19

  5. Figure 2.5 Haddon Hall 22

  6. Figure 2.6 Stokesay ‘Castle’ 23

  7. Figure 3.1 Dining in a gentry household (from the Luttrell Psalter) 34

  8. Figure 3.2 Fashion in the early 1340s (from the Luttrell Psalter) 52

  9. Figure 4.1 Places of origin of Hunstanton visitors 72

  10. Table 5.1 The extent of Frampton Manor, 17 April 1326 80

  11. Table 5.2 Cash income from Frampton Manor 87

  12. Table 5.3 Multon Yields, 1325 89

  13. Figure 5.1 A Sheepcote (from the Luttrell Psalter) 97

  14. Figure 7.1 Reaping and stacking (from the Luttrell Psalter) 127

  15. Figure 8.1 Lady Susanna (from the de Brailes Hours) 145

  16. Figure 8.2 The Stonor chapel 148

  17. Figure 9.1 The effigy of the Fresne knight at Moccas 166

  18. Figure 9.2 The Fresne glass, Moccas 167

  19. Figure 9.3 The effigy of John, Lord Willoughby (d.1349), and Joan his wife (d.1354) at Spilsby 169

  20. Figure 9.4 The effigy of John and Joan de Willoughby (detail) 170

  21. Figure 9.5 The effigy of John, Lord Willoughby (d. 1372) 171

  22. Figure 9.6 Newmarch and Briddeshall arms at Carlton Scroop 181

  23. Figure 10.1 The Descendants of Sir Philip de la Beche of Aldworth 195

  24. Figure 10.2 Letter of Sir John de Multon III to his wife, Mary (23 November 1367) 200

  25. Figure 11.1 Pen trials on the Wyberton account roll of 1327–8 223

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  27. Figure 11.2 Further pen trials on the dorse of the Wyberton account roll 224

  28. Figure 12.1 Richard de Grimhill's sketches in Digby 86 238–9

  29. Figure 12.2 Hawking (from the Luttrell Psalter) 254

  30. Figure 13.1 The Multon seal (Sir Thomas de Multon IV) 263