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

BLAdd.Roll34379R-H (AD1550[2])

RAMSEY. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE HELD THERE ON 17 SEPTEMBER, IN THE FOURTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD VI. [1]

1

6 s. from the Bailiff as common fine, to be paid at the next Michaelmas. [2]

2

12 d. each from Thomas Eynesworthe, John Crispe and Thomas Colles, 6 d. from William Prowde, 12 d. from Robert Bocher, and 6 d. each from Robert Balsham and William Middelton for putting their horses in Broddols, against the decree [made] at the last court.

3

8 d. each from Nicholas Philippe, John Thressher and John Harriell for throwing their nets in the time of le Chelroddetyme, against the decree.

4

6 d. each from William Prowde and Mark Philippe and 10 d. each from Robert Borowe Junior and John Meriell for going into the fen before sunrise, against the decree.

5

8 d. each from Robert Marschall (dead) and George Shepwode (dead), and 12 d. from Laurence Amore for breaking the King's peace.

6

6 d. from Henry Hiller for the same.

7

2 d. each from Robert Chappill, John Cletton, John Spreye (dead) and John Holdman for selling sedge outside the vill, against the decree.

8

4 d. from John Thressher for encroaching upon the lord's property.

9

3 s. 4 d. from Robert Nelson as fine for one close.

10

6 s. 8 d. from Matthew Androwe as fine for one empty tenement and a piece of land with certain other lands.

11

2 s. from Robert Oldmedowe (who paid 12 d.) and John Harte as fine for one close with appurtenances.

12

2 s. from John Kendall as fine for one messuage with appurtenances.

13

3 s. from Thomas Woodwarde as fine for one tenement and other lands, (which he will build up at his own expense.)

14

12 d. from Thomas Stragge as fine for one tenement with appurtenances.

15

3 s. from Robert Balsham as fine for one close and four acres of land.

16

12 d. from William Flemmyn as fine for one tenement with appurtenances.

Notes

1. 17 September, 1550.

2. 29 September.