RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON SATURDAY, THE VIGIL OF THE FEAST OF ST JAMES THE APOSTLE, IN THE SECOND YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD IV AND THE TWENTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN STOWE. 
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
CAPITAGE: 6 s. 8 d. from the whole homage as certain fine.
4 d. each from Thomas Alwyn, John James and William Faunt, 2 d. from John Missangle, 4 d. from William Denyng, 3 d. from Henry Erle, 4 d. from Henry Potear, 3 d. from John Overton,  4 d. from John Faux and 2 d. from John Wever atte Barres for not purging their ditches at the ends of their orchards, namely from a part of New Field Holt. 
2 d. from Roger Nicolas for not purging his ditch called "the common water runnels" below Fesaunt Croft. 
[No amercement] from the Sub-cellarer for the same at Huntingdon Way.
3 d. from William Clerk for the same there.[No amercement] from the Prior, 3 d. each from John Cheker and John Awbys, and 1 d. from William Dally for the same at Beterestrete.
Ordinance that all the tenants opposite the common ditch in Beterestrete sufficiently repair and purge that ditch before the feast of St Michael  next, under an individual penalty of 12 d.
Ordinance that every tenant opposite the ditch in the Little Wyght  sufficiently purge the said ditch, under the same penalty.
8 d. from Thomas Rolf for unjustly taking and carrying off seven hives from the goods and chattels of John [....] 
[...]  for navigating to fish in the common, contrary to [the ordinance.]
8 d. from Thomas Rolf and 3 d. from Richard Love for taking and carrying off [....] 
[Ordinance providing a 40 d. penalty.] 
[Case involving Isabelle Newman and Nicholas Wright, with Isabelle incurring a fine of 6 s. 8 d.] 
Thomas Filhous, out of negligence, while dwelling within the enclosure of the monastery of Ramsey, revived a fire which damaged his own house and other buildings annexed to the monastery to the value of #200. Let a writ be sought.
4 d. from Katherine Harpor for selling a gallon of ale at 1 1/2 d. when the ale-tasters had ordered that a gallon was to be sold at 1 d.
4 d. from William Clerk for assaulting John Fowler with a cudgel and drawing blood from him, against the King's peace.
6 d. from John Fowler for assaulting William Clerk, against the King's peace.
Ordinance that each person purge his ditch opposite the vill under an individual penalty of 40 d., to be done before the feast of St Michael,  so that flooding is prevented.
Order that no one collect his neighbors' husks under penalty of 20 d.
3 d. each from John Biller, Thomas Rolf, Richard Love, Robert Baker, Thomas Couper, Simon, servant of William Poolyerd, Saer Baxter, John, servant of Andrew Claxton, John Borugh, and Thomas Whyte who are 12 years old or older, for being out of tithing.
The following are sworn into tithing: William, servant of John Hyll, John Wright, John Wenyngton, Laurence Mayhew, Richard, servant of [...],  William Symmes and William Grace.
10 d. each from Joan Overton and Marion Baveyn, 3 d. from Marion Amy, 10 d. each from Agnes Depyng and Alice Couper, 8 d. from Agnes Faunt, 10 d. from Audrey [Notecorn],  and 10 d. from Katherine Harpour, brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize.
2 d. from Finetta Water, 4 d. each from Joan Brampton and Margaret Skynner, 2 d. from Margaret Nicolas, 3 d. from Alice [...],  6 d. from Isabelle Stedman, 4 d. each from Agnes Belamy and Alice Cornwaile, 3 d. from Alice Riston, 4 d. from Margaret [...],  [...]  Hunt, 3 d. from Ellen Erle,6 d. from Agnes Gelam, 3 d. from Christiana Turnor, [...]  from Ellen [...],  [...]  Berford, 4 d. each from Katherine Brouse, Joan Shirwode, Alice Dixy and Juliana [...],  retailers, for regrating ale contrary to the assize.
20 d. each from Thomas Plomer and John Asplond [....] 
15 d. from William [....] 
[Remainder of roll torn away.]
1. 24 July, 1462.
2. Deleted: Willelmus Abbot, Willelmus Barlicorn.
3. MS: Newfeldholt.
4. MS: Fesauntes Croft.
5. 29 September.
6. MS: le Litilwight.
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14. 29 September.
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