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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Edward Plompton, or Plumpton, was a lawyer of Furnivals Inn, and in 1490 was secretary to George Stanley, Lord Strange. There are many letters of his in the Plumpton Correspondence. The Lord of St John's is Sir John Weston. From A.C., xliv, 73.

Right honorable and synguler good maister, the most humble and due recommendacion had: pleaseth your maistershipp to remembre your graunt by my lord of Saint Johns of your ferme of Warpisgrowe, like as apperith by your byll by my said lord asseignet: now is tyme for your maistershipp to mowe your said graunt. I wold advyse you in|contynent to send to Th. Dawy, steward of Saint Johns at London, and sone uppon to entre in to the said ferme, observyng your said graunt accordyng to the lawe: and my servyce ever at your commaundement, as knawith Jhesu, who your good maistershipp preserve. Writtyn in hast at Wycomb the xxiij day of May, 1483.

Your servant Ed. Plompton Secretary to my lord of Saint John.

To the right honorable and my synguler Maister, Sir Willm. Stoner knyght.