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Battle of Shrewsbury
Posted by: Noel Brindley (ID *****2559) Date: September 24, 2010 at 16:32:25
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The following is from a book called War and Society in Medieval Cheshire 1277 1403 by Philip Morgan: LORDSHIP AND SOCIETY
Table 3: Agricultural production on the estates of the military community, 1403.
There is a list of names in the table including Peter, son of Robert Brundeley (Brindley). Next to the names there is a quantity of Livestock and Arable acreage which tells us that Peter Brundeley had 2 Oxen, Cows or Bullocks, 2 Horses or Mares, 2 Pigs, 4 acres of Wheat and 6 acres of Oats.
Peter also forfeited lands after the Battle of Shrewsbury when he had chosen the wrong side against Henry IV.

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