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

BLAdd.Roll39703, m.3r (AD1363[4])

RAMSEY. ASSIZES HELD BEFORE BROTHER JOHN DE SWAFHAM, PRIOR OF RAMSEY, BROTHER HENRY DE MADDYNGLE, JOHN KNYVETT, NICHOLAS DE STYVECLE AND ROBERT WARYN, JUSTICES, ON TUESDAY, THE FEAST OF ST STEPHEN, IN THE THIRTY-SEVENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD III. [1]

1

Day given to John de Crouland and Joan, his wife, complainants, and Hugh de London of Ramsey and John, his son, defendants, in a plea of novel disseisin, at the request of the parties. Postponed to Thursday in Easter Week, next. [2]

2

Day given to Fretencia de Leccheworth of Ramsey, complainant, and Matillis de Temisford and Nicholas, her son, defendants, in a plea of novel disseisin. Postponed to Thursday in Easter Week, next. [3]

3

Day given to Nicholas de Styvecle, complainant, and Robert Lumynour of Doddington and his wife, Quenilda, in a plea of covenant. Postponed to Thursday in Easter Week, next, without essoins. [4]

Notes

1. 26 December, 1363.

2. 28 March, 1364.

3. Ibid.

4. Originally transferred to the Banlieu court from Westminster, Michaelmas Term, 37 Edward III (BLAdd.Roll 39703, m.2). Date: 28 March, 1364.