BLAdd.Roll39567, m.3 (AD1554)
BURY WITH HEPMANGROVE. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH LEET HELD AT RAMSEY ON THE TENTH DAY OF OCTOBER, IN THE FIRST AND SECOND YEARS OF THE REIGN OF KING PHILIPAND QUEEN MARY. 
COMMON FINE: 2 s. 8 d. from the Bailiff.
12 d. from Henry Middelton for assaulting William Alwarde, against the peace.
3 d. from William Alwarde, 6 d. each from John Crockeforthe and William Smithe, and 2 d. each from Thomas Write and John Preste for the same.
4 d. each from John Gowler, John Campion, Robert Huytt, Alice Collyn, and 2 d. each from Robert Gowler and Edward Wylson for putting their heifers with the cows, against the ordinance.
12 d. from John Hadon, 8 d. from John Westmelde, cleric, 12 d. each from Christopher Oldam and Henry Middelton, 4 d. from William Graye, [...]  from John Wyne, 8 d. from Richard Tomson and 2 d. from John Boll for selling sedge outside Jakes Corner,  against the ordinance.
26 s. 8 d. from Isabelle Campion as fine for one messuage, five acres of leasows and one close with appurtenances.
[No amercement recorded] from Elizabeth Tomson and Elizabeth Grey, brewers, for selling ale by illicit measures.
[No amercement recorded] from John Cattesbie and Thomas Filbie, bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize.
Total: 38 s. 7 d., of which 2 s. 8 d. as common fine, 9 s. 3 d. as amercements, and 26 s. 8 d. as entry fine. Examined and concorded with the court roll by Theobald, Sub-steward.
1. 10 October, 1554.
3. MS: Jackes Corner.