RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE HELD THERE ON THURSDAY IN EASTER WEEK, IN THE SEVENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING RICHARD II AND THE SIXTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT EDMUND.) 
[INQUEST/JURORS]: Simon Abbot, John Beverich, William Colyn, William atte Ston, William Morton, Robert Sewyr, Thomas Picard, Thomas Taillor, John atte Cros, Thomas Waker Senior, John Draper, William Barbor.
[CAPITAGE]: 6 s. 8 d. from the whole homage as common fine, that all not be called individually.
3 d. from Simon Austyn of Raveley for not prosecuting a plea of debt against William Bodeseye.
3 d. from John Weston for the same against Thomas Howden.
3 d. from William Ripton for not prosecuting a plea of trespass against John Barker.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
12 d. from Emma Miller, 18 d.  from Alice Forister, 2 s. 6 d. from Margaret de la Grene, 18 d. from Alice Osegod, 16 d. from Joan Oxeboru, 2 s. 6 d. from Ellen Schepperd, 2 s. from Joan Staunford, 2 s. 6 d. from Agnes Lilleford, 18 d. from Matilda Bocher, 18 d. from Agnes Petifer, 2 s.  from Agnes Tyler, 2s. 6 d. from Agnes Cok, 12 d. from Agnes Clerk, 2 s. 6 d. from Alice Dodesthorp, 6 d. from Emma Croxton, 3 s. from Joan Barbor,12 d. from Emma Barker, 12 d. from Matilda Brouse, 6 d. from Olive Glatton, 18 d. from Margaret Scharman, 18 d. from Orframya Wrighte, 12 d. from Christina Robyn, 12 d. from Joan Frost, 12 d. from Margaret Denton, 12 d. from Agnes Ridman (who did not bring[her measures]), and 12 d. from Alice Gerveys, presented by the ale-tasters for brewing and selling ale contrary to the assize.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
6 d. from the servant of John Gritford for drawing blood from William Wylymot. Pledge: John Gretford.
6 d. from the son of John Wilymot for the same from the said servant. Pledge: William Wylymot.3 d. from John Gritfordman for unjustly raising the hue and cry on John Wilymot. Pledge: John Gritford.
3 d. from Ellen Wrau for the same upon John Stalbyn. Pledge: John Crulond.
6 d. from John Bocher for drawing blood from John Egelyn. Pledge: Simon Abbot.
3 d. from John Bocher for a hue and cry justly raised on him by Alice, wife of the said John [Egelyn]. Pledge: the Constable.
6 d. from Simon Taillor for drawing blood from John Egelyn. Pledge: Simon Abbot.
3 d. from Simon Taillor for a hue and cry justly raised on him by Alice Egelyn. Pledge: John Bocher.
6 d. from Joan Oxeboru for drawing blood from Beatrice Swetemelk. Pledge: Thomas Wakyr.
6 d. from Margaret Waker for the same from Alice Smart. Pledge: Thomas Wakyr.
3 d. from the wife of John Taillor for unjustly raising the hue and cry on Simon Taillor. Pledge: William Barbor.
6 d. from John White, chaplain, for drawing blood from Henryh Beggere. Pledge: the Constable.
3 d. from the said John White for a hue and cry justly raised on him by Henry Beggere.
6 d. from John Dodde for drawing blood from John Scherewod. Pledge: Robert Eye.
3 d. from the son [or daughter]  of Walter Glovere for a hue and cry justly raised by Agnes Clerk. Pledge: Thomas Taillor.
3 d. from Ralph Prest for drawing blood from John Coleys. Pledge: John Draper.
3 d. from John Colys for the same from Ralph Prest. Pledge: John Browys.
6 d. from Thomas de Coquina for the same from Richard Feror. Pledge: Thomas Draper.
6 d. from Richard Feror for the same from Thomas de Coquina. Pledge: John Heynes.3 d. from Agnes Piers for unjustly raising the hue and cry on John North. Pledge: the Constable.
[...]  from William Thacher for housebreaking against John Wardeboys. Pledge: the Constable.
[...]  from Elias Belesson for the same against John Dodd. Pledge: the Constable.
[...]  from Peter de Coquina for drawing blood from Thomas Taillor, constable. Pledge: John Cok.
6 d. from the same Peter for making rescue from the Constable. Pledge: the same.
3 d. from [...]  Merch for obstructing his gutter opposite Underwod's tenement, to the nuisance of the community. Order to correct, under penalty of 40 d.
3 d. from William atte Cros for the same at Coppidiche, to nuisance, and 3 d. from Thomas Ridman for the same there, to nuisance.
[No amercement] from the Almoner of Ramsey for the same at Prattes Lane,  to nuisance.
3 d. from Walter Glover for the same at Overcroft.
6 d. from John Barker for the same at Sewer's tenement, nor did he put one broo there, to nuisance.
3 d. from John Wrighte for the same opposite his manse.
3 d. from Robert [...]  for the same at Biggin Lane, in two places.
18 d. from William [...]  for overburdoning the common by digging and pasturing in the marsh and removing turves to Ripton, to the nuisance of the community.
10 s. from William Scheperd for overburdoning the common by pasturing outsiders' sheep in Stocking Fen,  to the nuisance of the community.
20 d. from John Osegod and 5 s. from Thomas Wakyr for granting out the lord's private fishpond at Ugmere  to farm to men of Holm, without the lord's licence.
3 d. from John Crowlond for detaining 18 d. from Nicholas Ladeler. Order to collect the money to the use of Nicholas.
3 d. from Nicholas Ladeler for a licence of concord with John Burton in a plea of debt.
3 d. from John Burton for the same with Nicholas Ladeler in a plea of debt.
3 d. from John Whatele for an unjust complaint of debt against Simon Abbot.
3 d. from Thomas Howden for detaining 10 [...]  from John Weston. Order to collect to the use of John.
3 d. each from John Boteler, Nicholas Madreve, Alexander Sutor, John Barker, Laurence Milcombe, John Cattesson, John Wilymot, John Randolf, at Fesaunt Croft,  Andrew [...], Reginald Wrighte, Nicholas Ladeler, Matilda Bruse, Walter[...],  John Grubbe and Andrew Barker for not cleaning their gutters.
3 d. from William Bernard for not cleaning the common gutter.
3 d. each from Ellen Whytmyll and (John) Baldwyn for the same.
6 d. from William Barbor for obstructing the common lade.
3 d. from the same William for narrowing the lade.
3 d. each from Joh Gritford, John Chamberleyn, Thomas Howden, Agnes Clerk, John Cok, Reginald Tyler, 2 d. from Robert de Pantrye, and 3 d. each from John Ripyngale and William Hotot for not cleaning their gutters. 
[No amercement recorded] from Robert Haukynsson for appropriating from the common by ploughing at le Style, to nuisance.
3 d. from John Cok for putting stakes in the road, to nuisance.
3 d. from the same John and 3 d. from Reginald Tyler for narrowing the King's road with their stalls.
[No amercement recorded] from Joan Egelyn for putting dung in the common lane at Turvers Lane,  to nuisance.
3 d. from Thomas Canvyle  for not coming to the inquest when exacted.
3 d. from Alice Westle, 2 d. from Matilda Jannes, 3 d. each from Emma Miller the Younger, Olive Glatton and Agnes Skynnere for badly gleaning in Autumn.
[No amercement recorded] from William Wythbred for being accustomed to go about at night against the peace.
[...]  from John Draper for a licence of concord with John Egelyn in a plea of debt.
[...]  from John Egelyn for the same with John Draper in a plea of trespass.
[OFFICIALS]: Election of Simon Abbot and Thomas atte Cros as constables.
PTR N="34" TARGET="N1563"/> 3 d. each from Thomas Canvyle, Thomas Redman, John London, Thomas Melton, John Taunton, chaplain,  John Rodecok, Simon atte Cros, John de la Grove, Thomas atte Cros, Thomas de Coquina, William Bodesey, John Claxton, Robert Haukunsson, John Unfrey,  John Baldwyn, Henry Smart and John Wodeward for default.
3 d. from Thomas Taillor, 6 d. from John Crulond and 3 d. from Robert Sewer, ale-tasters, for not performing their office.
3 d. from John Boteler for selling bread contrary to the assize.
2 d. from Agnes Clerk, 3 d. from John Cok, and 3 d. from Reginald Tyler, bakers of horse bread, for selling contrary to the assize.
Total: #4 17 s. 5 d.
1. 14 April, 1384.
2. Deleted: ii s.
3. Deleted: vi d.
4. MS: "...levavit hutesium iuste super fil' Walteri Glovere...."
5. Torn away.
6. Torn away.
7. Torn away.
8. Torn away.
9. MS: per predictum plegium.
10. Torn away.
11. MS: Pratteslan.
12. Torn away.
13. Torn away.
14. MS: Prestescroft.
15. Torn away.
16. Torn away.
17. Torn away.
18. MS: Powlescroft.
19. Torn away.
20. Torn away.
21. MS: Stockyngfen.
22. MS: Ubmere.
23. Torn away.
24. Torn away.
25. MS: Fesauntescroft.
26. Torn away.
27. Deleted: "Et dominus fecit similiter apud Peyntorspace et Bodesisplace."
28. Deleted: Thomas Schepperd.
29. MS: stipes.
30. MS: Turverslane.
31. Deleted: Johannes Randolf, Johannes Ravele.
32. Torn away.
33. Torn away.
34. Entries 67-70 written along the right side of the roll.
35. Deleted: Willelmus Kyngesdelf, Johannes Randolf, Thomas Blench, Johannes Ravele.
36. Deleted: Robertus Lache, Johannes Baroun.