RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE HELD THERE ON MONDAY AFTER THE FEAST OF THE ASCENSION IN THE FOURTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING RICHARD II AND THE THIRD YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT EDMUND. 
[JURORS/INQUEST:] Thomas Canvill, John Ravelee, John Draper, William Bodeseye, Thomas de Coquina, Walter Bocher, John Beverech, Thomas Picard, Martin Barker, William atte Ston, John atte Cros, Robert Lache.
CAPITAGE: 6 s. 8 d. from the whole homage as common fine.
3 d. each from William Bodeseye, Walter Bocher, William atte Ston, John atte Cros and William Putifer for not coming to the inquest when summoned.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
12 d. from Emma Miller, 6 d. from Joan Boteller, 2 s.  from Alice Forster, 12 d. from Joan Cook, 12 d. from Joan Frost, 12 d. from Christiana Robin, 18 d. from Orframia Bodeseye, 18 d. from Margaret Scherman, 12 d. from Olive Glatton, 8 d. from Matillis Brouse, 12 d. from Emma Becky, 12 d. from Matillis Bocher, 12 d. from Joan Barbor, 18 d. from Agnes Clerk, 18 d. from Agnes Hogge,12 d. from Agnes Tiler, 6 d. from Emma Croxton, 12 d. from Alice Dodesthorp, 16 d. from Agnes Putifer, 16 d. from Joan Pulter, 16d. from Alice Osegod, 18 d. from Joan Oxeburgh, 12 d. from Ellen Schepherd, 18 d. from Joan Staunford and 18 d. from Agnes Lilleford for brewing and selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.]
[No amercement] from John Bridd, common baker, for selling bread contrary to the assize [of bread], (because he did not commit trespass.) 
3 d.  each from Martin Barker and John Claxton, ale-tasters, for not performing their office.
3 d. each from Agnes Broun, Edmund Rideman and John Augstin for default.
6 d. from John Wenyngton for drawing blood from William North. Pledge: the Constable, who is amerced  for not having him.
6 d. from Agnes, wife of John Umfrey for the same from the wife of John Hempbeter. Pledge: Nicholas Hirst, who is amerced for not having her.
3 d. from John Umfrey for making rescue from John Claxton, constable.
[No amercement] from John Coote for the same from John Claxton. 
6 d. from Robert Pipere for drawing blood from Richard Albraun. Pledge: the Constable.
6 d. from John Chapman for the same from Thomas Whitemilne. Pledge: Walter Whitebred, who is amerced  for not having him.
6 d. from John, son of John Milnere for the same from Robert Feror. Pledge: Thomas Watte, who is amerced  for not having him.
6 d. from John Milnere of Biggin for the same from William Meire. Pledge: John Lyncolne.
6 d. from William Meire for the same from John Milnere. Pledge: John Randolf.
6 d. from John Egelyn for the same from Agnes Bere. Pledge: Richard Hering.
6 d. from Margaret Boteller for the same from Alice Langeton. Pledge: the Constable.
3 d. from Agnes Sculton for a hue and cry justly raised on her by John Hempbetere. Pledge: her husband, who is amerced  for not having her.
3 d. from John Hempbetere for the same by Joan Egeline. Pledge: William Taillor, who is amerced  for not having him.
3 d. from John othe Bachous for the same by Agnes Hering. Pledge: the Constable.
No amercement from John Gritford, [no amercement] from Andrew Pikeler, 3 d. each from John Barker, William Bernard, William Bodeseye, Simon atte Cros, William Smyht of Weston, William Colin and John Sparhauk and no amercement from John Morice, for the tenement of Mice, for default.
6 d. each from John Draper and William Barbor for narrowing the common lade next to the bridge, to nuisance. Order to correct, under penalty of 20 s.
6 d. from Robert Hawkynesson for narrowing the common boundary atle Stile, to nuisance. Order to correct, under penalty of 40d.
3 d. from Robert Lilleford for narrowing the common ditch towards Stocking Fen  by planting willows there, to nuisance. Order to correct.
[No amercement] from the Almoner for obstructing the watercourse at Prattes Lane,  to nuisance.
[Amercement unrecorded] from John London, for default.
3 d. from Andrew Pikeler for obstructing the watercourse at his tenement with his uncleaned gutter between himself and Thomas Whitemilne, to nuisance.
3 d. from William Meire for an unjust complaint of trespass against John Egeline.
Order to the original pledge of John Whatelee to have him before the next court to answer to Geoffrey Grubbe in a plea of debt.
3 d. from the original pledges of Walter Whitebred for not having him to answer to Brother John Ramsey in a plea of debt. Order that he be put to better pledges.
3 d. from the original pledges of John Taillor for not having him to answer to Richard Hering. Order that he be put to better pledges before the next court.
3 d. from Robert Haukynesson for an unjust complaint of trespass against John Egeline.
3 d. from John Wrighte for not cleaning his gutter at the tenement next to Thomas Blench, to nuisance.
3 d. from Thomas Whitemilne for the same at his tenement, to nuisance.
3 d. each from Bartholomew Scherman and John Glatton for not cleaning their gutters, to nuisance.
3 d. each from  Thomas Taillor, John Bridd, William Bodeseye, Reginald Tiler, Thomas Clokker, Walter Glovere and John Ficheler for the same.
3 d. from Thomas Whitemilne for detaining 10 s. from John Bridd, which are ordered collected.
Total: 51 s. 1 d.
1. 27 May, 1381.
2. Deleted: xviii d.
4. Deleted: vi d.
7. Deleted: Quia error.
12. MS: Stokkingfen.
13. MS: Pratteslane.
14. Deleted: Johannes Somersam.