by Mari ingen Briain meic Donnchada (Kathleen M. O'Brien)
© 2002-2012 by Kathleen M. O'Brien. All rights reserved.
Version 1.4, updated 30 June 2012
Chetour (RW p. 92 s.n. Cheater) 'escheator, an officer appointed to look after the king's escheats'|
Cheker (RW p. 92 s.n. Checker) from 'exchequer'
Thesarius (RW p. 453 s.n. Treasure)
Tresor (RW p. 453 s.n. Treasure)
Crownere (RW p. 119 s.n. Crowner) 'An officer charged with the supervision of the pleas of the Crown'|
Citerer (a summoner)
le Sumener ('summoner')
|royal household officer||Steward (RW p. 427 s.n. Steward)|
|financial||le Reve (RW p. 375 s.n. Reeve)|
|jail||le Gaolor (RW p. 182 s.n. Galer) 'jailor'|
|law/lawyer||Bosun (RW p. 76 s.n. Busson) 'one connected with the law'|
le Butler (RW p. 76 s.n. Butler) "'servant in charge of the wine-cellar' usually the head servant"|
Carrier (RW p. 84 s.n. Carrier)
Launder (someone who washes)
Porter (RW p. 358 s.n. Porter)
Steward (RW p. 427 s.n. Steward)
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