The Stonor letters and papers, 1290-1483; ed. for the Royal historical society, from the origial documents in the Public record office, by Charles Lethbridge Kingsford.
Kingsford, Charles Lethbridge, editor. 1862-1926.
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13. PRECEPT TO THE BAILIFF OF CHAD|LINGTON JANUARY, 1378.

This may have reference to the same matter as the letter from Sir John de Nouwers, No. 14. From Ch. Misc., 37, i, 4, 5.

Edmundus de Stonore, vic. Oxon., ballivo hundredi de Chadlyngton salutem. Summone per bonos summonitores xxiiij [legales] homines de balliva tua de visneto de Keyngham, quod sint coram justiciariis domini Regis ad assisas in comitatu Oxon. [capiendas] assignatis apud Oxon., die Jovis proximo ante festum Convercionis Sancti Pauli, ad re|cognoscendum super sacramentum suum si Willelmus d[e Wynd]esore, chivaler, et Alicia, uxor ejus, Johannes Nouwer, chivaler, Willelmus Hervy, Edmundus Te[ttes]worth, Johannes Davy de London, Robertus ..., Willelmus Hankyn, Johannes Mylyn, et Willelmus Carter de Keyngham, injuste et sine judicio disseisiverunt Johannem atte Halle de Sib ... de libero tenemento suo in Keyngham post primam, &c. Et interim habeant visum, et nomina juratorum imbreviari facias. Et pone per vadium et salvos plegios predictos Willelmum, Aliciam, Johannem Nowers, Willelmum, Johannem Davy, Robertum, Willelm|um, Johannem Mylyn et Willelmum, vel ballivos suos si ipsi inventi non fuerint, quod tunc sint ibi audituri illam recognicionem. Et habeas ibi summonitores, nomina plegiorum, et hoc preceptum.

Endorsed are the names of the Sureties of John de Nouwers and Hervy, and of Hankyn and Carter. "De omnibus aliis non habeo plegios, quia nil habent in balliva mea."

Attached is a parchment slip headed Hundryde Chadlynton, with the names of the 24 jurors.