RAMSEY. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE HELD THERE ON 4 SEPTEMBER, IN THE FIRST YEAR OF THE REIGN OF MARY, BY THE GRACE OF GOD QUEEN OF ENGLAND, FRANCE AND IRELAND, DEFENDER OF THE FAITH AND SUPREME HEAD ON EARTH OF THE ENGLISH AND IRISH CHURCH. 
6 s. from the Bailiff as common fine at the next Michaelmas,  for the full year then ending.
12 d. each from Thomas Philbie, William Sherpe, John Cattesbie and Charles Rigge, and 2 s. from Anthony Dixson, bakers, for selling bread within this demesne contrary to the assize.
12 d. each from William Campion, William Graye, John Dawes, William Tomson and William Elington for digging up and carrying away turves from the marsh of Ramsey. (The said amercements are credited to them because they were amerced without cause, since the matter is in dispute.)
20 d. from Robert Nelson for ploughing with his plow on a piece of land called le Harpe.
2 d. each from John Edmond and Robert Borowe, 4 d. each from Thomas Tayler, Robert Pikerd (dead), and John Inge, 2 d. from the wife of Boserd, 4 d. from John Aston, 2 d. from John Skoott (dead), 4 d. each from Robert Butcher and John Stockwell, 2 d. from John Johnson, 8 d. from Robert Nelson, 4 d. each from William Mane and William Simson, and 3 d. from Laurence Amore, common bakers and victualers, for selling bread contrary to the assize and for charging too much for victuals.
2 d. each from Roger Carter (dead), John Poulter (dead), Hugh Hutchinson, John Thressher (dead), John Wylson (dead), Thomas Browne, William Crakforthe, John Daweby, Richard Beres and Christopher Thomas, retailers of ale, for selling by illicit measures.
12 d. each from John Auberie, John Bedforthe, Robert Benson, Leonard Poulter, Thomas Ungell, John Freton and Roger Cramwell for mowing sedge in the marsh of Ramsey and carrying it away without licence.
[...]  from Robert Tyler for the same.
[...]  from John Dawes for the same.
1 d. each from Robert Philippe, Thomas Wright, Maurice Philippe and William Pilgram for the same.
12 d. from Robert Tyler for putting out his nets called bownetts in the time called Shelderoddetyme, against the decree.
12 d. each from Roger Tasker, Nicholas Philippe and John Galyn, 6 d. from Martin Oldmeadowe, and 12 d. each from Richard Oldmeadowe and John Hariell for the same.
5 s. from Matthew Androwe for overburdoning the common with his animals, against the decree.
12 d. from John Johnson for keeping sheep on the common, against the decree.
12 d. each from John Skootte and Robert Creting for the same.
26 s. 8 d. from the Bailiff for two mares, one black and one brown.
Total: #4 3 s. 8 d., of which 6 s. are common fine, 47 s. 8 d. are amercements, 3 s. 4 d. are entry fines, 26 s. 8 d. are for stray animals. Less 13 s. 4 d. as expenses of the Steward and other officials with the tenants of this place. Balance: #3 10 s.4 d. Examined and concorded with the court roll by Tebalde.
1. 4 September, 1553.
2. 29 September.
3. Torn away.
5. Torn away.
6. Torn away.
7. Torn away.
8. Torn away.