The Court Rolls of Ramsey, Hepmangrove, and Bury, 1268–1600

BLAdd.Roll34379R-K (AD1547)

RAMSEY. ESTREAT OF COURT WITH LEET HELD THERE ON 20 SEPTEMBER, IN THE FIRST YEAR OF THE REIGN OF EDWARD VI, BY THE GRACE OF GOD KING OF ENGLAND, FRANCE AND IRELAND, DEFENDER OF THE FAITH AND SUPREME HEAD ON EARTH OF THE ENGLISH AND IRISH CHURCH. [1]

1

6 s. from the Bailiff is common fine, owed at the next Michaelmas, [2]

2

3 s. 4 d. from Robert Cretyng as fine for half of one close.

3

5 s. from William West as fine for two acres of land and one pightle.

4

4 d. each from William Mane, Henry Corbit and Thomas Tayler, 2 d. from Agnes Dalby, 8 d. each from William Sharpe of St Ives, Thomas Fylby of St Ives, Hugh Hutchyn of Huntingdon and Anthony Dixson of Huntingdon, bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize.

5

12 d. from Humphrey Taylour, cleric, for assaulting John Thressher (dead), against the King's peace.

6

4 d. from Nicholas Philippe, 6 d. each from William Andro and Robert Gonnarby, and 4 d. from Humphrey Taylour, cleric, for the same.

7

12 d. each from William Mane and Thomas Eynesworthe for selling corrupt and putrid herring, against the King's laws.

8

2 d. from Robert Chapell, tithingman of the lord King, who, although exacted, failed to appear.

9

Total: 23 s. Examined and concorded with the court roll. T[ebalde.] [3]

Notes

1. 20 September, 1547.

2. 29 September.

3. See infra, 1548[1], no. 18.