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

BLAdd.Roll39567, m.2 (AD1555[2])

BURY WITH HEPMANGROVE. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH LEET HELD AT RAMSEY ON THE SECOND DAY OF OCTOBER, IN THE SECOND AND THIRD YEARS OF THE REIGN OF KING PHILIP AND QUEEN MARY. [1]

1

COMMON FINE: 2 s. 8 d., paid by the Bailiff, of which 2 s. is for Bury and 8 d. for Hepmangrove.

2

4 d. each from William Laurence, esquire, and William Tayler, gentleman, and 3 d. each from William Mergette, William West and John Cockes, owing suit, for default.

3

3 d. from William Graye for not cleaning his ditch as ordered.

4

3 d. each from John Campion, John Redman, Thomas [2] Gravener and William Hanlie for the same.

5

4 d. from William Tomson for permitting his sheep to wander upon Parke Grene, against the ordinance.

6

3 d. each from William Graye, William Tomson and John Cattesbie, victualers, for charging too much for bread and victuals.

7

Total: 6 s. [3] 5 d.

Notes

1. 2 October, 1555.

2. Deleted: Johannes.

3. Deleted: vii s.