RAMSEY. ESTREAT OF VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON 8 SEPTEMBER, IN THE THIRTEENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD IV AND THE FIRST YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN WARBOYS. 
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
CAPITAGE: 6 s. 8 d. from the whole homage as common fine.
6 d. from John Mawnfeld of Glatton for assaulting John Fuller of Somersham, against the King's peace.
6 d. from John Taine of Little Stukeley for assaulting the wife of John Braies.
4 d. from John Emmett for assaulting and drawing blood from John Shomaker.
4 d. from Robert Emmett for the same against the said John Shomaker.
12 d. from John Haukyn Dutchman  for assaulting and drawing blood from Cutteler Thakstede.
3 d. from Thomas Derby for assaulting and drawing blood from Saer Barker.
4 d. from Reginald Undrewode, tailor, for assaulting Ralph Skynner.
3 d. from William Dyxy for assaulting John Denys.
3 d. from William Caldewell, tailor, for assaulting a certain stranger.
4 d. from Robert, son of Master  Eramative for assaulting the lord's servant and the Usher.
3 d. from John Shomaker for assaulting Lionel  Wordale.
6 d. from John Water for assaulting John Nicholl.
4 d. from John Nicholl for assaulting the said John Water.
3 d. from John Stone for trespass in Romer Stream  with one draw-net.
3 d. from William Dixi for the same with one draw-net.
3 d. from Thomas Boner for putting clay in the ditch called New Field Holt Ditch. 
3 d. from John Wright Taillor for the same there.
3 d. from Richard Harpour for the same there.
3 d. from John Awbys, butcher, for the same there.
3 d. from Ynglesse Goldsmith for the same there.
12 d. from John Duchman, cobbler, for selling defective shoes with insufficiently tanned leather.
Order that each person having land and tenements opposite New Field Holt  correct his ditch before the feast of St Etheldreda the Virgin next after the date of this leet,  under penalty of 4 s. 4 d.
Order that every holder of land and tenements from Fesaunt Croft End up to Ynglesse Goldsmith's yard's end clean the ditches before the said feast of St Etheldreda, under penalty of 12 d.
Order to John Baker that he correct his ditch opposite Mugg Ditch  before the said feast of St Etheldreda, under penalty of 3s. 4 d.
Order to William Hamerton and Henry Shirrewode and all others having ditches to nuisance there that they clean them before the said feast, under penalty of 3 s. 4 d.
Order that everyone having ditches from the doorway of William Harpour up to the doorway of John Fenne in Beterstrete clean them before the feast of St Martin the Bishop in Winter, under penalty of 3 s. 4 d.
Order to Elizabeth Ward, Margaret Bavyle and William Shawe that they correct the Owld Course at the end of their tenements, as of old, under penalty of 40 s.
Order to the above that they take down and remove those fences and dams on the common, to the nuisance of the common, before Easter next,  under penalty of 40 s.
Order to all having pig-stys, [bekys] and dams on the common in New Field Holt  to remove them before the said Easter, under penalty of 40 s.
6 d. from John Edward, Sub-cellarer, for pasturing his animals in the common pasture, to nuisance.
6 d. from Thomas Merton for the same.
10 d. from Katherine Harpour, 3 d. each from Agnes Faunt and Isabelle Faunt, 8 d. from Joan Blithe, 4 d. from Marion Amye, 8d. from Agnes Newman, 6 d. each from Marion Lappyng and Thomas ate Wode, 10 d. from John Martyn, and 6 d. each from Margery Byggynge and Agnes Charite, brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize.
2 d. from Finetta Water, 3 d. from Joan Brampton, 4 d. from Audrey Nutcorn, 3 d. each from Isabelle Stedeman, Katherine Duchman, Alice Hunte and Margaret Emmettis, 4 d. each from Ellen Erle, Christina Nutcorn, Katherine Besefeld and Christiana Peyntor, 3 d. each from Margaret Hardyng, Margaret North, Agnes Faukes, Agnes Wright, Joan Warde and Margaret Berford, 1 d. from Elizabeth Boner, 4 d. from William Hamerton, 3 d. each from Margaret Baker and Alice Aleyn, 4 d. from Joan Shirwode, 3 d. from Katherine Brouse, 1 d. each from Alice Dixi and Richard Berch, 3 d. from Rose Berkham, 4 d. from Elizabeth Dryver, 3 d. from Katherine Pykard, 4 d. from Katherine Ednam and 2 d. from Margaret Gyenges, retailers, for selling ale contrary to the decree and violating the assize.
BEWERS AND RETAILERS NOT PRODUCING THEIR MEASURES
3 d. from Isabelle Faunt, brewer, for not bringing a gallon or pottle. 
3 d. from Agnes Newman for the same.
3 d. each from Finetta ad Aquam, Audrey Nutcorn, Agnes Kent, Isabelle Hille, Alice Belamy, Isabelle Stedman, Margaret Barford, Margaret Ward, Ellen Erle, Agnes Wright, Christiana Turnor and Katherine Besefeld, retailers, [for not bringing their measures.]
3 d. each from Margaret North, Christiana Peyntor and Katherine Brouse for the same, failing to bring their quarts and pottles. 
TRADESMEN HAVING WINDOWS OPEN ONTO THE ROAD
4 d. from Henry Brampton, 3 d. each from John Burn, John Cobbe and William Stedeman, 1 d. from John Cappemaker, 4 d. from John Wright, 2 d. from Richard Taute, 1 d. from Margaret Nicholas, 6 d. from John Hunte, 4 d. from Henry Mysangle, 2 d. from Robert Skynner, 6 d. from William Swavesey, 2 d. from Walter Basse, 4 d. from Ellen Herle, 3 d. from Hugh Glover, 1 d. from Richard Grebe,6 d. from William Besefeld, 1 d. from John Mysangle, 4 d. each from John Faukes and Agnes Denton, 1 d. from Katherine Sutt, 2 d. from the wife of Manuel, 2 d. from Margaret Berford, 4 d. from Alice Belamy, 3 d. from John Chaundeler, 4 d. from John Spruseman, and 2 d. from Joan Ward, common victualers, having windows open onto the road, for charging too much.
2 d. from John Shoemaker, 4 d. each from John Weynour and John Shelton, 2 d. each from William Pulliard and William White, 4 d. from Matthew Calowe and 2 d. from Thomas Plomer, common craftsmen having windows onto the road, for charging too much in their art.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
Election and swearing-in of John Baker and Thomas Boner as Constables.
Election and swearing-in of Richard Baxter and William Besefeld as ale-tasters.
Election and swearing-in of William Rolfe and John Webster as Haywardens.
Election and swearing-in of John Baker and Thomas Boner as tasters of meat and fish.
Ordinance that all having ditches uncleaned to nuisance clean them before the feast of St Etheldreda,  under penalty of 3 s. 4 d.
ELECTION OF OFFICIALS
Election and swearing-in of Robert Ednam at Constable.
Total for this view, with capitage, less defaults of suitors: 53s. 11 d.
AFFEERORS: Thomas Boner and Richard Baker, sworn.
Names of the Capital Pledges paying the common fine for the whole homage: Thomas Cokke, John Baker, Richard Baker, John Wright tailor, William Newman, William Brampton, Richard Harper, John Cobbe, William Pollyard, Thomas Plomer, John Harrewode, William Swavesey, Richard Blythe, William Stedman, Thomas Longe, John Vicary, Henry Shirwode, Richard Pylton, John Edward of Hepmangrove, John Russell.
1. 8 September, 1473. John Warboys, abbot of Ramsey: 1473-89.
2. MS: duchman.
3. MS: Magister.
4. MS: Leonell.
5. MS: Romer Streme.
6. MS: Newfeldholt Ditch.
7. MS: Newfeld holte.
8. 17 October, 1473 (the feast of the Translation of St Ethelreda).
9. MS: Mugge Dyche.
10. 11 November.
11. 10 April, 1474.
12. MS: Newfeld Holt.
13. MS: rowth.
14. 29 September.
15. Deleted: quartum nec pyent.
16. Deleted: q'.
17. 17 October.