RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON THURSDAY, THE VIGIL OF THE FEAST OF BLESSED MARY MAGDELENE, IN THE THIRTEENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY IV AND THE SIXTEENTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT THOMAS. 
[INQUEST/JURORS:] William Claxton, Thomas Howden, John Claxton, Thomas Wodward, Jacob Fyssher, John Borell, Richard Heryng, William atte Wode, John atte Crosse, William Pydfere, Thomas Pycard, John Wilden.
CAPITAGE: 5 s. 7 1/2 d. from the whole homage of Ramsey and 13 1/2 d. from Hepmangrove as common fine this year.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
18 d. from William Turnour, 12 d. from Thomas Chircheward, 20 d.  from John Plomer, 16 d. from Robert Belle, 12 d.  from Agnes Wakir, 18 d. from Walter Bocher, 12 d. from John Fraunceys, 2 s.  from William del Orteyard, 12 d. from Alice Wayte, 4 s.  from John Pope, 4 s. from Ellen Wright,20 d. from John Sproxston, 12 d. from William Ussher, 16 d. from William Botiller, 12 d. each from John Cok and Christina Robyn, and 4 s. from William Lytster, common brewers, for regularly selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.]
8 d. from William Potager for the same, 10 times.
3 d. from John Hardyng for the same, three times.
2 d. from William Turnour for not having a quart, 2 d. from William Potager for not having a gallon, 2 d. from Agnes Wakir for not having a gallon, and 2 d. from John Fraunceys for not having a quart.
6 d. each from Thomas Pratt and Robert Coupere Junior, 2 d. from the mother of the wife of John Berford, 8 d. from John Barbour,16 d. from Simon Sege, 2 s. from Roger Barbour, 6 d. each from John Caleys and John Sow, (amercement excused) from John Leghton,8 d. each from Thomas Coupere and Simon Milner, 12 d. each from Richard Cok and William Duffeld, 3 d. each from Margery, daughter of John Wistowe, John Plesaunz, and David Walshman, and 12 d. from Adam Taillour for regrating ale.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE CONSTABLES]
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. each from John de la Grove, John Ramsey, Richard Smyth of Weston, Nicholas Mablyn, John Pollard, Robert Pope, chaplain, John Pope, John Bray and Alice Brampton, owing suit, for default.
3 d. from John Chamberlayn, owing suit for the tenement once held by Andrew Pykeler, for default.
20 s. from William Beresman of Ramsey, in that, on Friday before the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, in the tenth year of King Henry IV,  in Ramsey, he, with force and arms, took and carried away six pike from Thomas att Stone.
6 d. from Laurence Bocher for selling 200 pounds of candles during this last year at 2 d. per pound, when everyone else sold a pound for 1 1/2 d., and thereby charging 8 s. 4 d. too much.
3 d. from the same Laurence for selling and buying with diverse weights and measures, in deception of the lord King's people.
(Hepmangrove.) 3 d. from John Farset for not coming when he owes suit.
6 d. from John Wylden, ale-taster, for not performing his office.
12 d. from Agnes Coupere for brewing and selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.]3 d. from John Coupere for narrowing the common road with one hedge at Ropers Land. 
3 d. from John Austyn Junior for obstructing his common gutter next to Chevery. 
3 d. from William Thatcher for the same in his croft.
3 d. from John Caumvile for obstructing the road in Stone Cross Land  with one hedge.
3 d. from John Gandy for not cleaning his gutter towards Roger Underwode.
3 d. from John Wayte for the same next to Boners.
3 d. from John Austyn Senior for the same next to the end of his garden.
2 d. from John Asshton for erecting an enclosure at the end of his garden and narrowing the common road.
8 d. from Robert Chaundeler for assaulting Maria Eglyne and for breaking down her door and attempting to sleep with her, against her will. 
8 d.  from the same Robert for breaking down the door of Thomas Howden, against the peace of the lord King.
3 d. from Emma, wife of Thomas Barbour for unjustly raising the hue and cry on William Rose of Holme and (William Litstere.)
12 d. from William Beresman for making rescue from the Constable and refusing to pay his share towards knights' expenses when assessed by the Constable, and for disturbing the whole vill.
2 s.  from John Pope for hiring a man to sell his unhealthy pigs to diverse men.
40 d. from the same John for baking white bread and selling it against the assize.
40 d. from William Botiller for putting a privy too near the lade and for putting dung and ashes in the lade.
6 d. from John Plomer who, through his servants, put dung into the common lade and obstructed the water.
3 d. from Thomas Wodward for the same there, through his servants.
3 d. from John Hardy for putting flax in the fresh water of New Ditch  and killing the fish.
12 d. from William Beresman for forestalling one wagon load of pottery on the feast of St Benedict. 
6 d. from John Wolston for not filling in a pit below Fesauntz Hedge. 
6 d. each from John Borell and Richard Heryng, ale-tasters, for not performing their office.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE BAILIFF]
3 d. from John Austyn Senior for obstructing the course of the water in the King's road towards his tenement.
3 d. each from John Pollard, the Sub-Cellarer, Henry Berford, Robert Chaundeler, towards New Field,  John Hardy and Reginald Boneface for not cleaning their ditches.
3 d. from John Owty for obstructing his ditch towards Powles Croft. 
3 d. from the Warden of the Chapel of Blessed Mary [for the same.]
3 d. from the Cellarer for the same towards Powles House. 
3 d. from Robert Auty Senior for the same.
3 d. from John Owty Junior for the same towards his doorway.
3 d. from John Denis for the same.
(No amercement) from Simon Comyn for an uncleaned ditch in Beterestrete.
3 d. each from John Kyng, William Randolf, Thomas Herpor, Henry Berford, Robert Coupere and John Austyn Senior for the same.
3 d. from Richard Webster for the same next to the common bake house.
Election and swearing-in of Thomas Howden and Jacob Fyssher as Constables and ale-tasters of Ramsey.
Election or John Caumvile as Constable and ale-taster of Hepmangrove.
Ordinance that no is to go upon the paved road with pointed staffs, under penalty of 40 d.
Ordinance that no one is to collect pulses except on his own land, under an individual penalty of 6 d.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE BAILIFF]
Ordinance that no one is to put nets in the lade during the day, but only at night, under a certain penalty.
18 d. from William Botiller for putting three nets in the lade during the day, breaking the byelaw.
6 d. from John Lade for the same with one net.
6 d. from John Duffeld for the same with one net.
18 d. from John Gernoun for the same with three nets.
18 d. from John Rolf for the same with three nets.
12 d. from John Heyward for the same with two nets.
12 d. from Richard Toppyng for the same with two nets.
3 d. from Robert Pelle for the same with two nets.
12 d. from William Brouse for the same with two nets.
3 d. from William Coppyng for the same with one net.
12 d. from Thomas atte Crosse for the same with six nets in Turf Fen. 
12 d. from Henry atte Crosse for the same with six nets.
3 d. from John Rolf for the same with one net at [....] 
6 d. from William Shirwode for the same [?with one net.] 
3 d. from John Assheton, who was attached to answer to John Somersham Junior in a plea of debt, for not coming.
3 d. from William Bracer for not coming to answer to John Basse in a plea of debt.
3 d. from John Herdhede for not coming to answer to Richard Bykirton, who did not prosecute, in a plea of debt.
3 d. from Henry Smyth for not coming to answer to John Ryvenale(of St Ives), who did not prosecute, in a plea of debt.
3 d. from Margaret Herpour, defendant, for a licence of concord with John Gedneye in a plea of debt.
3 d. from John, son of William Bocher, determined by the jurors of owing [?2 d. damages]  to John Owty for trespass with his cows.
3 d. from Adam Betryng, determined by the jurors of owing William Lytstere 40 d., which he is to pay.
[3 d.] from John Skynner for not coming to answer to Reginald Boneface, who did not prosecute, in a plea of debt.
[No amercement recorded] from William Hobard for not prosecuting a plea of detinue of one cow worth 10 s. against John Day.
2 s. from Adam Betryng of Wisbeach, presented by the Bailiff for having deficient weights for selling bread.
6 d. from John Gernoun for weighing bread with a galley-halfpenny  without licence and for pretending to be a bailiff.
The following are presented by the jurors as not being in tithing: William Stapilton, William Kyngesdelf, William Botiller,  Nicholas Cartere, Thomas [...]ter  of the Stable, John Fydeon, Robert Godfreye, John Peek, John Ravysden, Thomas Lyndone, Thomas Cook,  Thomas Lancastre, John Sabyn,  John Rolf Junior, William Stothorne, John Duffeld, John Fyssher, Nicholas Ravele, John Staunford, John Fote, John Gernoun,  Nicholas Burgeys, Walter Raynere, John Plesaunce, Richard Sqwelere, Thomas Godfrey, Robert Ferror,  John Lepere,  William Randolf,  Philip Boul, John Berner, John Hardhede, John Hobard, William Hyde, John Fery, Laurence Bocher, John Cole, Richard Gale,  Alan Turnour,  John Herpour of Biggin, John Clement, John Hardy, John Blenche,  William Turnour, John Wayte, Richard Webster and John Peny. Order that all the above be distrained to put themselves in tithing before the next court.
Total: 113 s. 10 d.
AFFEERORS: Jacob Fyssher and Laurence Bocher.
1. 21 July, 1412.
2. Deleted: xviii d.
3. Deleted: viii d.
4. Deleted: xx d.
5. Deleted: xl d.
6. 13 September, 1409.
7. MS: Roperland.
8. MS: Sheverell.
9. MS: Stonecrosseland.
10. Deleted: vi d. MS: cum ipsam concubuisse se invita volebat.
11. Deleted: vi d.
12. Deleted: xx d.
13. MS: le Newdyche.
14. 21 March, 1412.
15. MS: Fesauntz Hegge.
16. MS: Newefeld.
17. MS: Pawlescroft.
18. MS: Powleshous.
19. MS: le Turffen.
22. MS: le Turffen.
25. See Statutes of the Realm) 2, p. 163 (11 Henry IV. c. 5.
26. Deleted: Johannes Baxtere, Walterus Cok.
28. Deleted: Walterus Ramsey, Thomas Bysshop.
29. Deleted: Simon Mannyng, Johannes Somersham.
30. Deleted: Willelmus Faunt.
31. Deleted: Johannes Peny.
32. Deleted: Johannes Fraunceys, Johannes Austyn Jr.
33. Deleted: Johannes Lamkyn, Robertus Cook.
34. Deleted: Willelmus Abbot.
35. Deleted: Willelmus Smart, Walterus Carleton, Johannes Denis.
36. Deleted: Johannes Telere.
37. Deleted: Willelmus Cook.