RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON MONDAY AFTER THE FEAST OF THE TRANSLATION OF ST BENEDICT, IN THE ELEVENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY IV AND THE FOURTEENTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT THOMAS. .
[INQUEST/JURORS:] William Claxton, Thomas Howden, John Claxton, John Somersham Senior, Richard Heryng, John atte Crosse, John Wilden, John Shirwode, Thomas Pycard, Jacob Fyssher, John Bray, John Leghton.
CAPITAGE: 6 s. 8 d. from the whole homage of the lord as common fine, that the customaries not be called individually this year.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. each from John Styvecle, Nicholas Styvecle, John Ramseye, William Barboure, Richard Smyth of Weston, John atte Crosse of Farcet, Richard Makesey of [Peter]borough,  John Clerevaux of Raveley, John Blenche Junior and Robert Pope, vicar of Alconbury, owing suit, for default.
[No amercement] from John Chamberlayn, owing suit for a tenement once belonging to Pykeler, because he came afterwards.
[No amercement] from John Borell, owing suit, because he came afterwards.
3 d. from Thomas atte Crosse for not coming to the inquest when exacted.
6 d. from John Burton for drawing blood from William Clerk.
6 d. from the wife of William Clerk for the same from John Burton.
6 d. from Thomas Coupere for the same from Thomas Clerk.
6 d. from Roger Skynner for the same from John Fillynglee.
6 d. from William Clerk for being a common complainer and litigator and an excessive nuisance to his neighbors. Order to William that henceforth he not be a nuisance to his neighbors, under penalty of a half-mark.
3 d. from William Clerk for committing housebreaking against William Claxton.
3 d. from the same William Clerk for coming into Stocking Fen  and, out of malice aforethought, driving the tenants' animals from their pasture.
3 d. from the same William Clerk for having an illicit and uncontrolled dog that breaks into houses, breaks down walls and containers and ruins the neighbors' victuals. Order that the dog be removed within the next 15 days, under penalty of 6 s. 8 d.
6 d. from William Boteler for committing housebreaking against Roger Baker.
6 d. from the same William Boteler for drawing blood from the said Roger with one small axe worth 2 d.
3 d. from the same William for a hue and cry justly raised on him by the said Roger.
6 d. from the same William for putting a stack of fodder in the common road at the Wyght , to the nuisance of his neighbors.
3 d. each from Emma Tylere and Agnes Vyneoure for putting rotting entrails of animals in le Ey, to the common nuisance of their neighbors.
3 d. each from John Upnende, Margery Duffeld, William Sowle and John Ladde for putting dung heaps in the Wyght,  too near le Ey.
3 d. each from Philip Buk, John Upnende, Alice Brampton, John Abbot, Thomas Wakir and John Jardyn for refusing to keep the watch when summoned by the Constables.
6 d. each from John Leghton, Thomas Hugh, William Clerk, John Combe, John Bonnde, Robert Chaundeler and Richard del Soler, who were sworn by the Constables to keep the watch, for withdrawing within two hours.
3 d. from John Clerk Junior for a hue and cry justly raised on him by Alice Combes.
Note that William Boteler has stones of the vill of Ramsey worth 10 s. in his garden, which Meryweder imported without licence. Order that William is not to surrender them except for repairing the roads of Ramsey.
3 d. from John Wolston for making a pit in New Field Holt  and narrowing the common road.
3 d. from Thomas Herpoure for not cleaning his ditch next to the tenement once belonging to John Aston.
3 d. each from John Owty Junior, Thomas Pycard and Simon Botillere for not cleaning their ditches in Beterstrete.
3 d. each from John Ravele and Simon Comyn for failing to put up a self-closing gate next to Biggin Field. 
3 d. from John Blenche for narrowing the common road next to his garden with a side ditch and by planting willows there. Order to correct under penalty of 40 d.
3 d. from William Whynell for making an improper path from Bury Bridge  above Ramseye Made.
3 d. from John Morton for not cleaning his gutter below his garden.
3 d. each from John Owty and Robert Rydman for not cleaning their gutters next to Graunfrays Croft.
3 d. from John Austyn for making a pit in the King's road next to Boners Lane,  to the nuisance of his neighbors.
3 d. from John Caumvile for encroaching upon the common road and narrowing it.
6 d. from Robert Coupere for obstructing a certain common path next to the croft of Robert Swer.
6 d. from John Wilden, ale-taster of Hepmangrove, for not performing his office.
[PRESENTMENTS BY JOHN WILDEN, ALE-TASTER OF HEPMANGROVE]
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
[PRESENTMENTS BY THOMAS HOWDEN AND JOHN BRAY, ALE-TASTERS]
12 d. each from Ellen Wright and Alice Pope, 8 d. from Alice Wayte, 16 d. from Agnes Teler, 16 d. from Ellen Orfreser, 8 d. from Agnes Combe, 12 d. each from Christiana Robyn, Margaret Litster and Alice Turnor, 8 d. from Katherine Plomer, 6 d. from Isabelle Belle, 12 d. from Agnes Wakir, 16 d. from Alice Bocher, and 12 d. from Margaret Wakir for brewing and selling contrary to the assize [of ale.] 20 d. from Maria Barbour, 6 d. each from Matillis Caleys and Edith Segle, 4 d. from Agnes Vynyour, 8 d. from Alice Pratt, 12d. from Agnes Wodeward, 6 d. from Emma, wife of Thomas Coupere, 20 d. from Ivette Milner, and 3 d. from Agnes Taillour, retailers of ale, for selling contrary to the assize.
3 d. from Alice Pope and 2 d. each from Agnes Combe, Christiana Robyn, Isabelle Belle, Agnes Wakir and Margaret Wakir, brewers, for not coming in person when exacted to show their measures.
2 d. from Maria Barbour, and 1 d. each from Matillis Caleys, Agnes Vyneoure, Alice Pratt, Agnes Wodeward, and 2 d. from Ivette Milner, retailers of ale, for not coming before the steward with their measures when exacted.
3 d. from Roger Myntyng for not prosecuting a plea of debt against John Conyngton.
3 d. from Simon Miller, attached to appear to answer to Ralph Millere in a plea of debt, for not coming. Order that he be distrained to appear at the next court.
3 d. from Robert Gernon for not prosecuting a plea of covenant against Reginald Tylere.
3 d. from Roger Aleyn for not prosecuting a plea of debt against John Wolston, servant of the Cellarer.
3 d. from Richard Webster for a licence of concord with Philip Buk in a plea of debt.
3 d. from Roger Redeberd for not prosecuting a plea of debt against William Boteler.
3 d. from William Conyngton for failing to appear, having been attached, to answer to a complaint of debt by Richard Bykerton Taillour.
3 d. from John Coupere of Hepmangrove, having acknowledged that he owes John Bonnd a 2 s. debt upon demand for a meadow.
3 d. from William Day of Hepmangrove for a licence of concord with John Bonnde in a plea of debt.
3 d. from Henry Coupere for debt, having acknowledged that he owes Robert Sewere 12 d., which are ordered collected.
3 d. from John Combes, who was attached by the pledge of Thomas Howden, for failing to appear to answer to William Chamberlayn in a plea of debt.
3 d. from John Hosyer, who was attached by one frying pan worth 12 d., for failing to appear to answer to Adam Fuller in a plea of debt upon demand for 18 d.3 d. from Richard Bykerton for debt, having acknowledged that he owes John Orfresere 18 d. which he had undertaken to pay to John Somersham. Order to collect.
3 d. from John Horshethe for unjust detention, having acknowledged that he owes John Wolston 6 d., which are ordered collected.
3 d. from John Wolston for a false claim against John Horshethe, after the latter waged his law that he did not owe the said John 1 d. more than the acknowledged 6 d.
[No amercement recorded] from Thomas Chircheward for failing to appear, having been summoned, to answer to Thomas Wayte in a plea of debt for 16 d.
3 d. from John Skynner, determined by the jurors of owing William Clerk 11 d., which are ordered collected.
3 d. from the same John for unjust detention, having been determined by the jurors that he owes the same William one stirk hide.
3 d. from John Wolston, determined by the jurors of owing John Bonnde 12 d., which are ordered collected.
3 d. from Henry Coupere, having acknowledged that he owes John Owty 2 s. 4 d., which are ordered collected.
3 d. from Richard Ednam, after the jurors determined that Margaret Chapman does not unjustly detain one ring worth 12 d. from him, as he claimed.
3 d. from Thomas Coupere for a licence of concord with William Neve in a plea of debt.
3 d. from John Horshethe for the same with William Botiller in a plea of trespass.
3 d. from John Bray for the same with John Fraunceys in a plea of debt.
3 d. from Walter Chircheward, presented by the Bailiff of making rescue from the Bailiff when he was trying to perform his office.
Election and swearing-in of John Ladde and John Pope as Constables.
Ordinance that no one is to let his pigs loose in the fields until [the fields] have been mowed, under an individual penalty of 40 d.
Ordinance that no one is to put hemp in the common lade, under an individual penalty of 2 s.
Ordinance that no one is to glean in Autumn who can receive 1 d. per day and meals, under penalty of 12 d.
Total: 56 s. 3 d.
AFFEERORS: Richard Heryng, John Somersham and Thomas Pycard, sworn.
1. 14 July, 1410.
2. MS: de Burgh'.
3. MS: Stokkyng Fen.
4. MS: le Wight.
5. MS: Fynbridgeway.
6. MS: le Turffen.
7. MS: le Wight.
8. MS: Neufeldholt.
9. MS: Randolf berne.
10. 29 September.
11. MS: Byggyngfeld.
12. MS: Berybrig.
13. MS: Bonerslane.