RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON THE VIGIL OF THE FEAST OF ST MATTHEW THE APOSTLE, IN THE TWENTY-THIRD YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY VIII, AND THE TWENTY-FIFTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN WARDEBOIS. 
INQUEST FOR THE KING [JURORS:] John Waltishiff, William Eynswurth, John Asheton, Edmund Gostlo, John [...]ler, [...]  Barue, Thomas [...],  John Cryspe, Martin Medoo, William Crispe, Richard Hert, Richard Smyth, [Paulinus Stivecley],  Thomas Banys, William Picard, Alwin Wilson.
[HEPMANGROVE: JURORS] John Redeman, Thomas Dymbilby, William Sewer, John Brightfeld, Anthony Coo, William Campion.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 s. 4 d. from Robert Borow for assaulting William Pycard and drawing blood from him with his fist.
6 d. from Henry Manson for assaulting and drawing blood from Richard (Mansun.) 
2 d. from John Palfryman for assaulting the said Henry Manson.
4 d. from William Donche, cobbler,  for assaulting William Smyth, cobbler.
4 d. from (William)  Byrd and 4 d. from Edmund Thressher for fighting among themselves.
6 d. from John Day and 12 d. from William Elys for the same.
PENALTY: 12 d. from John Drury, butcher, for being a common disturber of his neighbors at night and for bad conduct, namely for frequenting suspect houses. Order that he reform himself, under forfeiture of 20 s. to the lord if he is caught doing this again.
PENALTY: [No amercement recorded] from Cecillia Gostlo, widow, for not restoring her ditch at New Field Holt,  for which she forfeits the penalty.
Order that henceforth no parishioner shall receive strangers (or other suspect persons) to dwell in his lodgings for longer than one night unless they are known to another inhabitant or other honest person, under penalty of 6 s. 8 d.
40 s. from Robert Thomson for failing to withdraw from the vill for his trespasses, as was ordered in the last court. 
Note that each inhabitant of this vill is permitted to drive and pasture his cattle on the common beginning at the end of the vill, namely at its northern part, and from there up to Hoke Hedge,  thence to the fen called Turf Fen,  and from Mugg Ditch,  called the common balk, by the western part, and thence up to White Cross, thence up to Styveleys Land  up to Comowel Brook,  and in another pasture called a balk at Pilcham Hill  leading away from the piece called the Harpe.
Robert Thomsun is a common [....] 
Ordinance that each person shall ring his pigs, both within and outside the vill, from the feast of St Michael the Archangel  up to the end of Pentecost, even if the Cellarer does the same, and even if [the pigs] are not put in the sown fields before the end of Autumn, under a penalty of 4 d. for each pig.
Ordinance that each person shall keep his pigs from the parks and all other woods of the Lord Abbot for two weeks before the feast of the Nativity of St John the Baptist  up to the two weeks following, under a penalty of 4 d. for each pig.
Ordinance that no one shall permit any animals to remain untied in the fields, unless they are on one's own land, from the fourth day of March up to the feast of St Peter,  under penalty of 20 s.
Ordinance that there be no le Byherde at any time of the year, but that the flocks and cattle be put before the common cowherd,  under penalty of 6 s. 8 d.
Order that Thomas Mease, tanner, not sell horse hide to the cobblers, under penalty of 6 s. 8 d.
Order that the miller of the windmill not [put]  his animals in the sown fields during Autumn, under penalty of 6 s. 8 d.
[No amercement recorded] from Thomas Wright, common butcher, William Ellys and John Drewry for selling disguised meats. 
[No amercement recorded] from John Waltishif, Margaret Mease,[...]  Baru, Robert Ellyn and Margaret Wyk.
[No amercement recorded] from Robert Long, John Yng, [Geoffrey Sp[endall],  and the widow of William Warde.
ELECTION OF OFFICIALS:
[John Hostiler and John Asheton.] 
[ALE-TASTERS:] John Thomas and Martin Mede.
[FEN REEVES:] Walter Barow and Robert Judson.
[INSPECTORS:] William Crispe and William Childe.
[CONSTABLES:] Richard Smyth and John Beytman.
Ordinance that no one is to collect [...]  from any bird, under penalty of 3 s. 4 d.
AFFEERORS: William Pycard and John Ashetun.
[TAILORS:] 1 d. each from Robert Emotte, Robert Levyt, Robert Parkyn, John Thomas, Christopher Thomas, Thomas [...], Thomas Gostlo.
[DRAPERS:] 1 d. from Thomas Danys.
[BUTCHERS:] 4 d. each from Thomas Wright, John Drewre and William Ellys.
[COBBLERS:] 2 d. from Geoffrey Spendall, 4 d. from Robert Long and 2 d. from John Yng.
[BAKERS:] 4 d. each from Robert Barne and Robert Gwyne,  2 d. each from Martin Oldemedo, William Wyke, Richard Drewry the Elder, William Burton, Richard Ynggeram and Ellen Roke.
[BREWERS:] 4 d. from John Waltishif, 2 d. each from Robert Baro and William Gostlo, 4 d. from Robert Nelson, 2 d. from William Wyke, 4 d. from John Atston, and 2 d. from Richard Ynguoram.
[TANNERS:] 12 d. from Thomas Mease, 2 d. each from Robert Gwynge,  Joan Wright, John Ashe and Richard Bere.
[MERCERS:] 8 d. from William Enswurth, 4 d. each from John Howlyng and Thomas Basse, 3 d. from John Edward, [no amercement] from John Asheton. 
[WEAVERS:] 2 d. from Thomas Chapman, 4 d. from Oliver Sylkok,2 d. from Robert Chamber, 7 d. from John Hert, 2 d. from Robert Tomson, 1 d. from the weaver at Style, 1 d. from John Boreson, and 4 d. from Thomas Heym.
[RETAILERS OF ALE AND WINE:]  1 d. from Thomas Danys, 2 d. from Katherine Wayner, 1 d. each from Henry Manson, Thomas Tripet, Henry Clayton, William Eynswurth,  William Elyet, 2d. from John Asheton, [no amercement recorded] from [John Wright],  [Robert Gwynge],  and [Richard Yngeram],  1 d. from Thomas Loo, 2 d. from [Richard Drewrythe Elder],  1 d. each from Robert Peerson and Richard Morton, 2 d. from Thomas Gostloo, and [no amercement] from John[....] 
[BARBERS:] 1 d. each from Thomas Benett, Henry Manson, Oliver Sylkok and Richard Bare.
1. 20 September, 1531.
2. Torn away.
3. Torn away.
4. Torn away.
7. MS: sutor.
8. Deleted: Robertus.
9. Deleted: de Well.
10. Deleted: Thomas.
11. MS: Newfeldholt.
12. See supra, 1530, no. 6.
13. MS: Hokehegge.
14. MS: Turfefen.
15. MS: Muggdiche.
16. MS: Styveleyslonde.
17. MS: Comowelbroke.
18. MS: Pilchamhill.
19. Entry stops.
20. Margin: Pene.
21. 29 September.
22. 24 June.
23. 1 August.
24. MS: Bibulius.
25. Torn away.
26. MS: carnes illecebris.
27. Torn away.
28. Torn away and deleted.
30. Torn away.
31. Torn away.
32. Deleted: Gynge.
33. Deleted: Gwyse.
35. MS: Typlatores.
41. No surname recorded.
42. MS: Blodshed'.