RAMSEY. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH LEET HELD THERE ON 10 OCTOBER, 1-2 PHILIP AND MARY. 
6 s. from the Bailiff as common fine, paid at Michaelmas  for the preceding year.
12 d. from John Crocforthe Junior for assaulting and drawing blood from William Proude, against the peace.
12 d. each from Thomas Tayler, Laurence Amore and Nicholas Philippe, 20 d. from Laurence Amore and Michael Taylor, 2 s. from Christopher Thomas, 4 d. each from Robert Wekes (dead) and Thomas Beckett for the same.
2 d. each from John Boyes (dead) and John Bottrell (dead) for making an affray, against the peace.
4 d. each from Robert Sibley, John Lucie, John Cracforthe and Robert Tyler, and 6 d. each from Richard Asshewell and Henry Aley (dead) for the same.
4 d. each from John Tasker, John Bee, John Graye, George Can and Robert Pickerd for selling victuals without the licence of the justices, against the Statute. 
8 d. from William Symson, 4 d. from Richard Beere (dead), 2 d. from Agnes Boysford, 4 d. each from John Edmonde, Robert Pickerd, Charles Rigge and Anthony Dixson, bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize.
4 d. each from Robert Creting, John Johnson and John Skoote, common butchers, for selling unhealthy meats and for charging too much.
3 s. 4 d. from John Crispe for laying out his nets out of the water before sunrise.
12 d. from Christopher Thomas for killing one barely healthy pig in his house and selling parts of it to his neighbors.
20 d. each from Robert Creting and John Johnson for putting their sheep at Greye, against the decree.
12 d. each from Robert Tyler, Thomas Hawling (dead), William Pilgram (dead), William Pilgram Junior and Jacob Sander for putting their nets, called drag-nets,  in Bill Loode.
20 s. from Matthew Androwe for putting his cattle in Middle Moor,  against the decree.
2 d. each from John Edmond, Laurence Amore, Thomas Taylor, Christopher Thomas, Christopher Oldam, John Stokwell, John Harte, John Thressher, Robert Creting, John Johnson, William Crokeforthe, John Poulle (dead), John Dalbie, Richard Beres(dead), William Sympson, Joan Assheton, widow, common brewers and retailers of ale, for breaking the assize.
3 s. 4 d. from Thomas Woodward, 12 d. each from William Wrytt, Richard Averie and Arthur Saviche for selling sedge outside the vill, contrary to the decree.
6 d. from William Crakeforthe for cutting down willows growing on the common.
4 d. from Richard Higgyns for soaking pelts in the common lade, contrary to the decree.
12 d. from Emma [blank] for cutting down trees called alders on the common.
8 s. from Robert Wynde, cleric, as fine for one tenement and one piece with appurtenances.
25 s. from William Proude as fine for two fishponds with appurtenances.
6 s. 8 d. from Richard Cervington as fine for 16 acres of land with appurtenances.
10 s. from the same Richard as fine for one cotagium, one fishpond, one close and another close called Wiggin  with appurtenances.
(Relief.) 2 s. 6 d. from Thomas Catsbie as relief for his manor of Wyshton in Northamptonshire which he holds from Henry Crumwell, in chief, as of his manor of Ramsey for one fortieth of a knight's fee. Homage postponed until the heir reaches full age.
Total: #6 4 d. Certain fines paid by Richard Cervington as enrolled; 6 s. as common fine; #3 16 d. as amercements; 53 s. as entry fines. Examined and concorded with the court roll by Thebald the Sub-steward.
1. 10 October, 1554.
2. 29 September.
3. See 23 Edward III (Statutes of the Realm 1, p. 307 et seq).
4. MS: draggs.
5. MS: Middilmore.
6. MS: Wyggen.