RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON FRIDAY AFTER THE FEAST OF ST MICHAEL, IN THE THIRTEENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY VI AND THE FIRST YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN CROULOND. 
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
6 d. from Matillis Barre, 8 d. from Margaret Setter, 6 d. from Alice Skerlet, 10 d. each from Katherine Fyssher and Isabelle Botiller, 6 d. from Agnes Ramseye, 10 d. from Emma Barbour, 6 d. from Cecilia Kyng, 6 d. each from Agnes Newman, the wife of Robert Tyler and Joan del Celer, 3 d. from Matillis Power, 6 d. from Agnes, wife of William Coke, 10 d. from Maria Amy, 8 d. each from Alice Pope, Katherine Luff and Joan Brygge, and 10 d. from Rose Botiller, brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize[of ale.]
3 d. each from Emma Wayte, Agnes Marche, Margaret Stevens, Margery Kirkeby, the wife of Richard Gayte, Margery Smyth, Beatrice Sand, Joan Overton, Maria Grene, Alice Drapour, Isabelle Stedeman, Agnes Berdewell, Agnes, wife of Richard Cook, Isabelle Duffeld, the wife of Thomas Webster, the wife of John Bocher, Alice Shelford, Joan Doram, Alice at Yhate, the wife of Richard Fawkes, Maria Pycher, Katherine at Fen, Agnes Gylam, Alice Cokfelde, the wife of John Mildenale, Agnes Taillour, Alice Berford, Ellen Crysp, Elizabeth Milner, Agnes Botewright, Margaret Ballard, Agnes Gase, Joan Berdewell, Denise Certeyn, Alice Parker and Beatrice Brabon, retailers, for regrating ale.
1 d. from Matillis Calece for not having a pottle, 2 d. from Margaret Setter for not having a pottle and quart, [no amercement recorded] from Katherine Fyssher for not having a pottle, 1 d. from Isabelle Botiller for not having a quart, 1 d. from Agnes Ramsey for not having a pottle, 1 d. from Emma Barbour for the same, 1 d. from Agnes Newman for not having a quart, 2 d. from Katherine Tyler for not having a pottle and quart, 1 d. from Maria Amy for not having a quart, and 1 d. from Joan Brygge for the same.
2 d. each from Cecilia Kyng, Joan del Celer, Matillis Power, Agnes, wife of William Cook, Katherine Luff, and [...]  Botiller for not coming with their measures when exacted.
2 d. each from Emma Wayte, the wife of Richard Gayte, Margery Smyth, Beatrice Sand, Joan Overton, [...],  Alice Drapere, Isabelle Stedeman, Agnes, wife of Richard Coke, the wife of Thomas [...],  Alice Shelford, Joan Doram, Alice at Yhate, the wife of Richard [...],  Katherine at Fen, Agnes Gylam, Alice Berford, Elizabeth [Milner],  Joan Berdewell, Denise Certeyn, [....] 
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. each from Nicholas Stukele, knight, [...]  for default.
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Amercement excused from John Crosse for breaking the pavement and failing to repair it.
3 d. from John Barre for putting dung in the road.
6 d. from John Hoberd for coming into the Turf Fen and taking and carrying away fish from William Bosse's nets.
3 d. from Reginald Bonaface for ploughing three limes of one balk at his land next to the boundaries.
3 d. from John, son of Emma Newman for obstructing one common path at the end of John Sewer's croft.
3 d. from John [...]ton  for having one collapsed wall in the road, to nuisance.
3 d. from John Botheby for drawing blood from Nicholas Milner.
3 d. from Laurence Bocher for throwing sweepings  into the common lade, to nuisance.
3 d. from John Webster for washing animals' entrails in the common lade, to nuisance.
3 d. each from Thomas Cleryvax and William Botiller for throwing dung into the road, to nuisance.
3 d. from Richard Webster for throwing his excrement into the lade.
3 d. each from Laurence Bocher and John Bocher for putting beasts' blood in the common road, to nuisance.
3 d. from John [Hore]wode  for putting one dead pig in the King's road, to nuisance.
10 d. each from John [...],  John Horewode and John Pope for selling bread contrary to the assize.
3 d. each from John Barre and John Hertlond, 6 d. each from Laurence Bocher, John Ryvenale, Thomas Cok and William Abbot, butchers, for selling corrupt meat and for charging too much in the sale of meats.
3 d. each from John Ryvenale, Alice at Yhate and Peter Prowde, 6d. from John Ramsey, (amercement excused) from John Berford, 3 d. from John Cook, (no amercement) from Richard Cook, (amercement excused) from John Newman, 3 d. from Robert Coupere, 2 d. from John Barre, (amercement excused) from John Sutton, and 3 d. each from John Hertlond, Agnes Marche and Margaret Setter for charging too much in the sale of victuals.
3 d. each from John Wayte and Robert Grene, 2 d. from William Wyke, and 3 d. from Thomas Bysshop, tailors, for charging too much [for making clothes.] 
3 d. from Richard Gayte and 2 d. each from John Sutton and William Kyng, cobblers, for charging too much in the sale of shoes.
3 d. from Thomas Doram and 2 d. from Thomas Fuller, fullers, for charging too much [for fulling.] 
3 d. from Robert Skynner for charging too much [for fur-trimmed garments.] 
1. 10 October, 1434. John Crowland, abbot of Ramsey: 1434-36.
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