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

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RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE HELD THERE ON MONDAY AFTER THE END OF LENT, IN THE THIRTY-SECOND YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD III AND THE TENTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT RICHARD, [1] BEFORE BROTHER JOHN DE CLAXTON AND NICHOLAS DE STYVECLE.

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[INQUEST/JURORS:] Thomas Cok, John Gritteford, Robert Rideman, William de Overton, Thomas Chaumberleyn, Simon Nightingale, John Baroun, Simon Pedefer, Nicholas de Hirst, Andrew Lightfoot, Henry Cook, John Rodcok.

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[CAPITAGE:] from the whole vill, that all not be called individually: 6 s. 8 d.

[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]

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2 s. from Emma Milnere for brewing and selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.] [2]

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8 d. from Sarah Milnere for the same.

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2 s. from Alice Nightingale for the same.

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3 s. from Agnes Hore for the same.

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6 d. from Joan Boteler for the same.

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8 d. from Amabel Cook for the same.

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3 s. from Alice Reed for the same.

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12 d. from Agnes Bukworth for the same.

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2 s. from Ellen Wraw for the same.

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12 d. from Agnes Ulf for the same.

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12 d. from Joan Pulter for the same.

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40 d. from Cecilia Bette for the same.

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6 d. from Agnes Cok for the same.

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12 d. from Mariot de Overe for the same.2 s. from Juliana Smuddyng for the same.

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12 d. from Margaret Baroun for the same.

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2 s. 6 d. from Muriel Somersham for the same.

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2 s. from Beatrice Leg for the same.

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18 d. from Agnes Clerc' for the same.

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12 d. from Margery Sparhauk for the same.

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2 s. 6 d. from Matillis de Ayllington for the same.

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6 d. each from Simon Nightingale, John Baroun and Robert Rideman, ale-tasters, for not performing their office.

[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]

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12 d. from Joan Pope for selling bread contrary to the assize [of bread.]

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6 d. from Joan, wife of Nicholas Pulter for the same.

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12 d. from Margaret de Sautre for the same.

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12 d. from Emma Wylis for the same.

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3 d. from Thomas Ranndis for the same.

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3 d. from Emma Gritteford for the same.

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6 d. from Agnes Provost, retailer of ale.

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12 d. from Alice Loby for the same.

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3 d. from Alice Bokisworth for the same.

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12 d. from Agnes Petevyn for the same.

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3 d. from Emma Kendale for the same.

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6 d. from Isabelle, wife of Philip Skynnere for the same.

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6 d. from Margaret Putte for the same.

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3 d. from Alice Raulyn for the same.

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3 d. from Joan Karite for the same.

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3 d. from Alice Brekelance for the same.

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2 d. from William Relye for impeding the proper flow of water with his uncleaned gutter.3 d. from John Gritteford for the same.

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6 d. from Alan de Reed for the same.

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6 d. from John Bucworth for the same.

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3 d. from John Islepe for the same.

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6 d. from John Bernard for the same.

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3 d. from Nicholas Ladelere for the same.

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3 d. from Henry Launcelyn for the same.

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3 d. from Nicholas Pulter for the same.

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3 d. from Philip Skynnere for the same.

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12 d. from Thomas Nassington for narrowing the common lade, to nuisance.

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6 d. from John Sparhauk for the same.

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3 d. from William Odde for putting clay in the King's road, to nuisance.

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3 d. from Richard Lavender for putting a dung heap in the King's road.

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3 d. from John Pynk for the same.

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3 d. from John Heryng for narrowing the King's road with his pig-stye.

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3 d. from John Loby for the same.

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3 d. from Robert Albyn [3] for the same.

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3 s. from John Clere for selling unclean and poor meats.

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2 s. from Richard Oxeburgh for the same.

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12 d. from John Bucworth for the same.

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2 s. from Nicholas Pulter for the same.

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12 d. from Robert Brouse for the same.

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6 d. from John Arnold for obstructing the proper flow of water with his uncleaned gutter.

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3 d. from Richard de Coquina for the same.

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3 d. from Richard Pontisbury for the same.

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6 d. from John Wrighte for the same.

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3 d. from Richard Ferrour for the same.

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3 d. from Andrew Pykeler for the same.

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3 d. from Thomas Whylok for the same.

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3 d. from John Leg for the same.

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2 d. from John Elys for the same.

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6 d. from Alice de Ripton for the same.

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3 d. from John Wyot for putting his dung heap in the King's road, to nuisance.

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6 d. from Peter Heryng for narrowing the King's road with a lade there that is too large.

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6 d. from John Loby Junior for the same.

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6 d. from Robert Flote for the same.

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6 d. from William Odde for the same.

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3 d. from Richard de Coquina for narrowing the common lade behind his dwelling.

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3 d. from John Randolf for the same.

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12 d. from Adam Skynnere for bleaching wild animal skins in the common lade, to nuisance.

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18 d. from Margery Clere for selling caudels made out of dregs, to nuisance.

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12 d. from Mariot de Oxeburgh for the same.

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12 d. from Agnes Bukworth for the same.

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6 d. from Joan, wife of Nicholas Pulter for the same.

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6 d. from John Ronhale for drawing blood from John Chaumberleyn. Pledge: the Constable.

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6 d. from Emma Pedefer for unjustly raising the hue and cry on Thomas Cook. Pledge: [the Constable.] [4]

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6 d. from Emma Russell for a hue and cry justly raised on her by Margaret Whassh. Pledge: Henry Russell, who is amerced 3 d. for not having her.

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6 d. from John Stevenisson for the same by the ancilla of William Odde. Pledge: John Baroun.

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3 d. from Joan Cobelere for unjustly raising the hue and cry on Beatrice Leg. Pledge: John Leg, who is amerced 3 d. for not having her.

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6 d. from John Wyot for a hue and cry justly raised on him by John Lavender. Pledge: John Philipp.

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6 d. from William Stafford for the same by Ralph Preest. Pledge: John Sparhauk.

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3 d. from William Baynard for the same by the said Ralph. Pledge: William Stafford.

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6 d. from William Baynard for drawing blood from Ralph Preest. Pledge: William Stafford.

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6 d. from Alice, concubine of Thomas Whilok for a hue and cry justly raised on her by Joan Dene. Pledge: the Constable.

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3 d. from Joan Mice for unjustly raising the hue and cry on John Hobbisson. Pledge: John Loby Senior, who is amerced 3 d. for not having her.

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6 d. from William Bray for a hue and cry justly raised on him by Amice de Leycestr'. Pledge: Nicholas Abbot, who is amerced 3 d. for not having him.

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6 d. from John Philipp for the same by Agnes Clerk. Pledge: Andrew Barkere.

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3 d. from John Wyot for the same by Matillis Baroun. Pledge: John Philipp.

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6 d. from John Sautre for drawing blood from Alice Busch. Pledge: John Belisson, who is amerced 3 d. for not having him.

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3 d. from the same John for a hue and cry justly raised on him by the said Alice. Pledge: [John Belisson.] [5]

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6 d. from John Wysebech for the same by Agnes Clerk. Pledge: Thomas Twyford.

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6 d. from Juliana Scharp for unjustly raising the hue and cry on Agnes Stanford. Pledge: Robert Albyn.

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3 d. from Margaret Bole for a hue and cry justly raised on her by Frestencia Lechworth. Pledge: Roger Derlyng, who is amerced 3 d. for not having her.

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6 d. from Hugh Mower for the same by John Rudde. Pledge: John Careby.

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3 d. from John Wysebech for the same by Agnes Clerk. Pledge: Thomas Cook.

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6 d. from Hugh Mowere for drawing blood from the wife of John Rudde. Pledge: John Careby.

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6 d. from M[atillis] [6] Baroun for a hue and cry justly raised on her by William Cartere. Pledge: John Baroun.

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6 d. from John Ferrour for drawing blood from Richard[....] [7] Pledge: John Pelle, who is amerced 3 d. for not having him.

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6 d. from Ralph, servant of John Smyht for drawing blood from John Brouse. Pledge: John Ferrour, who is amerced 3 d. for not having him.

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3 d. from Richard Oxeburgh for a hue and cry justly raised on him by John Clere. Pledge: John Boteler.

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6 d. from Walter May for drawing blood from William de Irlond. Pledge: John May.

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6 d. from the same Walter for a hue and cry justly raised on him by the wife of William Irlond. Pledge: [John May.] [8]

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6 d. from John Camsale for drawing blood from Hugh, servant of the Infirmarian. Pledge: Nicholas de Hirst.

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6 d. from Hugh de London for a hue and cry justly raised on him by Joan Smalwode. Pledge: Alan Karite.

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6 d. from John Lavender for narrowing the common lade behind his dwelling.

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3 d. from John Plumbe for putting his dung heap in the King's road, to nuisance.

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3 d. from John Tyrington for the same.

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6 d. from Joan Smalwode for committing housebreaking against Hugh de London.

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12 d. from John Grigges for narrowing the common lade behind his dwelling.

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12 d. from Philip Skynnere for practicing his trade in the common lade, to nuisance.

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3 d. from Robert Haukynisson for failing to prosecute his claim against Nicholas Pulter in a plea of debt.

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3 d. from John Pelle for unjust detention of a certain iron [?utensil] [9] from William de Overton, to his damages of 3 d. Order that the money be collected.

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3 d. from John Webistere for a licence of concord with John Littefote in a plea of covenant.

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3 d. from John Bernard for the same with Frestencia Lechworth in a plea of detention of chattels.

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3 d. from Nicholas de Hirst for unjust detention of 5 s. from Nicholas Polwer, to his damages of 3 d. Order that the money be collected.

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3 d. from John Clere for unjust detention of 5 s. from Richard Oxeburgh, to his damages of 3 d. Order to collect.

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3 d. each from John, servant of Thomas Caunvill, Ralph Wrighte, Henry Abbot, William, servant of Nicholas Abbot, and John Chaterytz of the Bakehouse for being out of tithing.

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3 d. each from John Bokisworth, John Coupere and John Leg for default.

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Total: [Blank.]

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AFFEERORS: Thomas Cook, Henry Cook and John Gritteford, sworn.

Notes

1. 26 March, 1358.

2. A list, with the notation "quia braciaverunt et vendiderunt contra assisam" in the right margin.

3. Deleted: Basey.

4. MS: predictus.

5. MS: predictus.

6. Torn away.

7. Torn away.

8. MS: predictus.

9. MS: cujusdam ferri.