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.


This is the Bill of Names referred to in No. 79. It was consequent on the award to which reference is made in Nos. 61 and 79. From Ch. Misc., 37, ix, 11.

This bille endentyd witnesseth that Thomas Stonore, Esquier, hathe deliveryd to Richard Fortescu of Holecumbe, Squier, the Sunday afore the decollacion of Seynt John the Babtyst these names here undyrwrytyn in the thryd yere of Kyng Edward the iiijth, the wych the forseyde Richard shall reles unto all accions of trespas done by fore the xijthe day of Maye last past: William Champernone of Modbury, Squier, William June of the same, Squier, John Shynnor, late of [Mod]bury, clerk, John Frank of Modbury, yeman, &c. (The rest of the names are the same as in No. 71 down to Richard Frende, who is described as of the pariche of Ermyngton, drover, with the substitution of Petyr Coleswell of Modbury, mercer, for Petrus Carsewyll, and the insertions of Petyr Caswell of Mod|bury, mercer (after Henry Pyers or Pers) and of Richard Frende, of the same pariche, the younger (added after the elder Richard Frende). There are a few varieties in the spelling of names: "Uxeborough" for "Ugburgh," "Veysy" for "Veyse," "Lussh" for "Luysh".)