RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON THURSDAY IN PENTECOST WEEK, IN THE FIRST YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY VI AND THE FOURTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN TYTCHEMERSSH. 
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE CONSTABLES]
6 d. from John Burton for drawing blood from Thomas Turnour.
6 d. from the same John for the same from Colette Ednam, unjustly.
3 d. from the same John for a hue and cry justly raised on him by the said Colette.
3 d. from the same John for the same by Thomas Turnour.
3 d. from John Calece for having accepted the duty of keeping watch in the vill for the lord King and then going to bed, in contempt of the King.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
20 d. from Matillis Calece, 8 d. from Agnes Hull, 12 d. from Alice Clerk, 3 d. from Katherine Ferye, 6 d. from Alice Aubis, 3 d. from Joan Mason, 12 d. each from Isabelle Botiller and Joan Cook, 3 d. from Alice Turnour, 12 d. each from Agnes Cook and Joan del Celer, 3 d. from Margaret Turnour, 12 d. from Margaret Kyng, 6 d. from Alice Bonaface, 12 d. each from Maria Amy, Margery Bocher and Alice Webster, 6 d. from Alice Beleson, 12 d. each from Alice Pope, Isabelle Claxton, Agnes Roleg and Margaret Wakir, 3 d. each from Isabelle Coppyng and Agnes Denyc, 12 d. from Ellen Mody and 3 d. from Margaret Mason, brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.]
2 d. each from Matillis Cales, Alice Awbis, Isabelle Botiller and Margery Bocher for selling ale for 2 d. per gallon.
3 d. each from Agnes Burgh, Agnes Barbour Senior, Agnes Barbour Junior, 4 d. from Katherine del Moor, 3 d. from Agnes Fuller, 4d. from Maria Barbour, 3 d. from Agnes Leche, 4 d. from Emma Barbour, 3 d. each from Christiana Berford and Hawise Wykys, 4 d. from Alice Ryvenale, 3 d. each from Margaret Somersham, Ivette Barbour and Colette Ednam, 2 d. from Isabelle Taillour, 3 d. from Alice Clerk, and 4 d. each from Agnes Taillour, Alice Berforde and Ellen Crisp, retailers, for regrating ale.
2 d. each from Agnes Burgh and Agnes Barbour for refusing to display signs.
2 d. each from Agnes Hull, Alice Clerk, Isabelle Botiller, Joan Cook, Margaret Turnour, Margaret Kyng and Alice Bonaface for not coming with their measures when exacted.
2 d. each from Alice Awbis for not having a pottle or quart, Joan del Celer for not having a pottle, Margaret Kyng for not having a gallon, Maria Amy for not having a gallon, Alice Webster for not having a pottle, Alice Pope for not having a pottle, and Alice Beleson for not having a gallon.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. each from Nicholas Styvecle, knight, John Wakirle, the tenant of the lands of John Stukele, the tenant of the lands of Robert Deken, Richard Davyntre, John Brygge, John Austyn, Agnes Milnere, and John Morton, owing suit, for default.
12 d. each from John Newman, son of the wife of Robert Couper Senior, and John, recently the servant of William del S[t]orehouse for putting willows and nettles in the windows and doorways of men, at night.
3 d. from Margaret Turnour for unjustly raising the hue and cry on Margaret Mason.
3 d. from Margaret Mason for striking Margaret Turnour.
40 s. from John Leghton for failing to make an enclosure between himself and Simon Botiller, as was ordered by the Steward and the 12 jurors in the last leet.  Order that he make repairs before the next court under penalty of 40 s.
12 d. each from John May and John Pope and 20 d. from Henry Cotiller, bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize.
6 d. from Henry Coteler for habitually defecating  in the common lade, to nuisance.
6 d. from Robert del Moor for charging too much in selling dried fish, cheese, eggs, flour and oats.
3 d. from the same Robert for charging too much for repairing shoes.
3 d. each from Beatrice Brabon, Robert Couper Junior, William del Storehous, John Orfraser, John Revenale, Henry Cotiller, Agnes Taillour, Alice Pope, Richard Hare and Simon Spillesby for charging too much in selling victuals.
3 d. each from Adam Fuller, John Gavelok, John Barbour Senior, John Barbour Junior, Thomas Chirchewarde, Robert Crane, John Herdhede, Thomas Pratt, William Botiller and Roger Barbour for having privies above the lade which are fetid and a nuisance to their neighbors.
3 d. from William Botiller for having a pig sty near the lade, to nuisance.
3 d. each from John Brabon, Richard Webster, John Hance, William Conyngton, Thomas Snellyng and John Conyngton, weavers, for charging too much for weaving cloths.
3 d. each from Adam Fuller, Thomas Munne and Thomas Fuller for charging too much for fulling cloths.
3 d. each from John Wayte, Thomas Taillour, Simon Spillesby, Nicholas Burges, John Hosyer and Thomas Bysshop, tailors, for charging too much for making clothes.
8 d. from Laurence Derby, 3 d. from Richard Gase and 4 d. each from John Berford, John Ryvenhale Junior and John Aubis, butchers, for charging too much.
8 d. from John Herdhede, 4 d. from William del Burgh, and 2 d. each from Richard Ednam and John Albyn, cobblers, for charging too much.
8 d. from Richard Heryng and 4 d. from John Leghton, leather tanners, for charging too much in selling leather.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE BAILIFF]
6 d. from John Chapman for narrowing his ditch next to Stocking Fen. 
2 d. from John Shirwode Junior for not cleaning his ditch in Wyndesey Mede.
3 d. from John Crisp for not cleaning his ditch inBeterestrete.
3 d. from William Aleyn for obstructing the common ditch in New Field Holt. 
[No amercement recorded] from Thomas Hendeson and 2 d. each from John Pope, William Clerk, William Claxton, John Claxton, Jacob Fyssher, John May, William Brouse, and (no amercement) from John Borell for digging clay in Wyndesey Mede without licence.
3 d. each from John Berford, Henry Cotiller and William Litster for putting dung in the lade there and narrowing it.
Determination by the jurors that John Horewode shall recover five yards of white cloth from William Litster, and that William shall recover two yards of black cloth. Amercement from William: 3 d.
3 d. from William Litster for not prosecuting a plea of detinue of chattels against John Litstere of St Ives.
Complaint of trespass by William del Storehous against John Blanche, in that John broke up 12 1/2 [millaria] of William's peat. Determination by the jurors that the croft is shared by both, so that John shall recover the croft and the peat, and William shall recover 4 s. 2 d. for the digging of the peat.
3 d. from John Litster of St Ives, having acknowledged that he owes William Conyngton four yards of blanket worth 2 s.
Complaint by Richard Cok against John Litster of St Ives that John owes him four yards of blanket worth 2 s. and #4 worth of lamb's wool. Determination, afterwards, by the jurors: Richard shall recover nothing. Amercement of Richard: 3 d.
3 d. from Richard Cok, charged by John Litster of St Ives of owing him 5 s. for dying wool and cloth. Determination by the jurors: John shall recover 2 s. 20 d. from Richard.
Order that no pig is to go about in the vill unleashed or without a keeper, out of fear of injury to children, under penalty of 40 d.
[No amercement recorded] from John Bekerswell for obstructing one common footpath above Stukele Croft. 
2 d. each from the following, for being out of tithing: John Newman, servant of Robert Coupere Senior, John, son of John Blenche, Thomas Stone, Thomas Bygge, Henry, son of Thomas Fuller, John del Wasshous, Thomas Turnour, Henry Turnour, John, servant of Thomas Barbour, John [...],  William del Storehous, William Wayte (amercement excused), Thomas, servant of John Wayte, Thomas Walton, John, servant of Robert Coupere Junior, Simon Spillesby, Simon, servant of Thomas Bysshop, Richard, servant of John Orfraser, John Mason, John Brygge, William Pappeworth, Andrew, servant of William Claxton, William Cubatour, Richard, son of John Love, John Pottour, John Herpour, William Scryven, John Hobard, John Coppyng, John Taylour of the Abbey, William Smukle, alias Taillour, Ralphi Sowter, William Heryng, William, servant of John Baxtere, John Horewode, Richard Sande, Richard Parker, William Hobard, William Ronale, John Pelle, Thomas Botheby, Thomas Plomer, Simon Hendisson, John Balle, Stephen Br[...]aple,  [...]  servant of the said Thomas, and Geoffrey [...]our. 
The following are put in tithing: John Mable, Simon, son of John S[...],  Henry [...],  John Conyngton, Richard, servant of Thomas Howden, Henry Coteler, Clement Coteler, Adam Ing[lish], Robert Skynner, Richard Wayte, Robert, servant of John Wayte, William Herdhede, [...],  William Chaundeler alias Talby, Richard Hare, Thomas Cok, Richard, son of Richard Cok,[...],  [...],  [...]erker,  Walter, son of John West, John Somersham, William, son of William Clerk, [...], Henry Botewright, Hugh Massenger, Thomas, son of Thomas Bere, John, servant of [...],  Roger Bodseye, Robert, servant of Richard Coke, William Gase, John Pr[...],  William Skerlet, John Bocher, John Berker and Robert Tytchemerssh.
Election of Thomas Godfray and [?John]  Revenhale as Constables.
1. 27 May, 1423.
2. Leet missing.
3. MS: utitur cacare.
4. MS: Stokkyngfen.
5. MS: Newfeldholt.
6. MS: Newfeldholt.
7. 1 August.
8. MS: Berkercroft.
9. 1 August.
10. MS: Stukelecroft.
18. Torn away.
19. Torn away.
20. Torn away.
21. Torn away.
22. Torn away.
23. Torn away.