BLAdd.Roll39702 (AD1341 )
PLEAS AT RAMSEY, ON MONDAY AFTER THE FEAST OF ST JAMES, IN THE [FIFTEENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD III,]  BEFORE RICHARD DE ISLEP AND HIS ASSOCIATES.)
Order to distrain the aforesaid jurors  to be at Ramsey on the coming Monday after the feast of the Nativity of Blessed Mary  before the said justices to do what will be required of them on behalf of the Lord King.
Henry de Burgh and Matilda, his wife, come here in the court and offer 6 d. which Theobald del Fermorie and Christiana,  his wife, recovered against them by a bill of trespass.  However, because no one of Theobald's and Christiana's party appeared to receive those 6 d., they are handed over by the court to Robert Denever,  Bailiff, to be paid to the said [Theobald and Christiana.] For trespass, Henry and Matilda made a fine of 6 d. Pledge: Roger Clere.