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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The earlier items seem to be for Mary Barantyne (see No. 294), so that Sir W. Stonor may have had some liability. "Peldelyon" (? peau de lion) is clearly a trimming; "cham medly" is probably chamlet. The words "your sone" must presumably mean Elizabeth Stonor's son John, who was at this time a boy not more than ten years old. From Ch. Misc., 37, iv, 32.

Md. Johanni Barantyne et Syr Wyllm. Stonor knyght plege Septembr. ao xviijo r[egni] Regis Ed. iiijti.

Item, v yerdes of tany the ffyrst day for yow and for my mastres, at vj. s:— xxx.s.
It., iij yerdes of Russet for my mastres, at vj. s:— xviij. s.
It., a yerd and quarter peldelyon for yow, dyt tyme, at iij. s. iij. d.:— iiij. s.
It., ij yerdes and quarter of bran*. [Brown.] medly for your meyny, dyt tyme, at iij. s:— vj. s. ix. d.
It., ij yerdes and quarter of pwyke delyveryd to Syr. Wyllm. Staveley at v. s. iiij. d.:— xij. s.
It., a yerd of cham medly for a chyld of yours at iij. s.
To be paid at Allhaloutyd nexste commyng: summa totalis iij. li. xiij. s. ix. d.
Syr Wyllm. Stonor. knyght, Dessember ao r[egni] xviij Regis E. iiij.
It., iij yerdes and quarter of Russet for your Maystershepe and for your sone the iijd day the yerd vij. s. vj. d.:— xxiiij. iiij d. ob.
It., iij yerdes of murrey þat Wyllm. Harbar haad þe xxiij day May ao xix., at vj. s. viij. d.:— xx. s.
Summa xliiij. s. iiij d. ob.