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

BLAdd.Roll39567, m.9 (AD1548[2])

BURY WITH HEPMANGROVE. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE HELD AT RAMSEY ON THE THIRD DAY OF SEPTEMBER, IN THE SECOND 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

COMMON FINE: 5 s. 4 d., from the Bailiff.

2

14 s. from William Campion as fine for one messuage with 15 acres of land with appurtenances.

3

12 d. from John Campion as fine for one pightle.

4

6 s. 8 d. from Thomas Bett as fine for one cotagium and croft with two leasows.

5

2 s. from Robert Pereson as fine for one cotagium with four leasows.

6

4 d. from William Allerd as fine for one tenement with eight acres of land.

7

13 s. 4 d. from John Cockes as fine for one tenement with 13 acres of pasture and marsh.

8

3 d. each from Mistress Sheffeld and John Redman Senior, owing suit, for default.

9

8 d. from William Grey for assaulting William Tomson against the peace.

10

8 d. from William Tomson for the same.

11

3 s. 4 d. from Thomas Benet for putting his cattle in the hedgerow, against the ordinance.

12

3 d. each from William Colyn and Henry Middelton, 8 d. from Silvester Campion, 6 d. each from William Grey and John Campion,2 d. from Alice Coles, widow, and 6 d. each from William Campion and John Elington for not ringing their pigs, as ordered.

13

2 d. each from William Tomson and William Grey, tipplers, for selling ale with illicit measures.

14

3 d. each from Thomas Filby, Anthony Dixson and Hugh le Baker, and 2 d. from William Sharpe, bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize.

15

Total: 55 s. 11 d. [2]

Notes

1. 3 September, 1548.

2. Margin: xl s. viii d.