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8 E. S. Lindley, Trans. Bristol and Glos. Arch. Soc. 73 (1954) 115–91. 9 G. Haigh, History of Winchcombe Abbey (1947). 10 Barns are similarly the primary evidence of granges in the Vale as at Hartpury (fourteenth century, Gloucester) and Dymock (sixteenth century, Flaxley), with Ashleworth (1490s) as the outstanding exception where the house stands nearby. 1400 at Southam. 11 The grange of Kingswood Abbey at Bagstone Court Farm, Wickwar, retains a fourteenth-century open hall and end chamber with solar above.
Glasscock, The Lay Subsidy of 1334 (1975) xxvii. 2 The present house at Tewkesbury Park, a mile south-west of the town, is late eighteenth century. For Hanley, A. Emery, Greater Med. 2. 3 N. Saul, Knights and Esquires: The Gloucestershire Gentry in the Fourteenth Century (1981) 5. 4 Ibid. 32–5. This work modiﬁes the early fourteenth-century ﬁgure of ninety given by R. H. Hilton, A Medieval Society (1966) 53. 5 Saul, Knights and Esquires 268–9. 6 Ibid. 226–7, with ﬁgures showing that out of forty-eight knights and esquires in 1316, 25 per cent held only one manor, 46 per cent held two to four manors, 16 per cent held ﬁve or six manors, and 13 per cent held between seven and ﬁfteen manors.
These three palace-fortresses are the only residences in Gloucestershire of sufﬁcient size and with owners of sufﬁcient social standing to need extended ranges of lodgings. 1572. A small late ﬁfteenth-century lodging unit was built next to the gatehouse at Berkeley Castle but there is little doubt that further accommodation was erected in the outer court for the large household of the Berkeleys at their caput. But over and above their architectural importance, these three residences are also of political and social signiﬁcance.