BLAdd.Roll39567, m.7 (AD1550)
BURY WITH HEPMANGROVE. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE HELD THERE ON THE SEVENTEENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, IN THE FOURTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD VI. 
COMMON FINE: 2 s. 8 d. from the Bailiff.
6 d. from Thomas Coles for assaulting Thomas Lesseley, against the peace.
4 d. from Richard Butteler for the same.
4 d. from Thomas Wright for the same.
8 d. from William Benet for soaking his hemp in the common lade, against the ordinance.
2 d. each from John Wynnd and Agnes Coles for not cleaning their common watercourses, as ordered.
8 d. each from Henry Middelton and Silvester Campion, 4 d. from John Rede, 8 d. from William Tomson, 4 d. from John Andrewe and 8d. from William Burrowe (alias Weest) for permitting their colts to wander in the fields, against the ordinance.
4 d. from William Graye for permitting his pigs to wander in the fields, against the ordinance.
2 d. each from John Filbie, Anthony Baker, Charles Baker, William Graye and William Tomson, victualers, for selling victuals and bread contrary to the assize.
Total: 9 s. 4 d., examined by John Tebolde.
1. 17 September, 1550.