RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON THURSDAY, THE FEAST OF ST JAMES, IN THE FOURTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY VI AND THE SEVENTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN TYTCHEMERSSH. 
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
6 d. each from Matillis Calece and Agnes Hull, 3 d. from Alice Scarlet, 4 d. from Katherine Fery, 12 d. from Joan Gamylyngey, 8 d. from Isabelle Boteler, 6 d. from Alice Cokke, 8 d. from Emma Barbur, (amercement excused) from Isabelle Coppyng, 3 d. from Alice Turnor, 8 d. from Agnes Newman, 3 d. from Agnes Abbot Huntingdon, 8 d. from Maria Amy, 6 d. each from Inglace Spencer and Joan Corson, 4 d. from the wife of John Kyng, 6 d. from Alice Bonaface, 8 d. from Alice Pope, 6 d. from Katherine Love, 3 d. from Margery Botiller, 4 d. from Agnes Rolegge, 6 d. from Joan Canon, 3 d. from Ellen Mody and 8 d. from Margery Bocher, brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.]
2 d. from Matillis Calece, 4 d. from Joan Gamlyngey, 2 d. each from Agnes Huntyngdon and Alice Bonaface for not coming with their measures when exacted.
1 d. each from Agnes Hull, for not having a pottle, Alice Scarlet for the same, Alice Cok for not having a quart, Emma Barbour for not having a pottle, Agnes Newman for not having a quart, Agnes Huntyngdon for not having a gallon, Maria Amy for not having a quart, Joan Corson for the same, the wife of John Kyng for the same, and Katherine Love for not having a pottle.
4 d. each from Agnes de Burgh and Agnes Marche, 3 d. each from Agnes Crane and Margaret Speiyour, 2 d. from Maria Gandy, 3 d. from Maria Barbour, 4 d. from Margaret Coupere, 3 d. each from Agnes Fuller, Katherine del Moor, Joan Overton and Agnes Kelham,4 d. from Alice Berford, 3 d. from Matillis Dyke, 4 d. each from Agnes Prowde and Alice Ryvenale, 3 d. each from Margery Somersham and Margaret Seberne, 2 d. from Alice Charwalton, 3 d. from Isabelle Milner, 2 d. from Ivette Milner, 3 d. from Ellen Couper,4 d. from Ellen Crisp, 3 d. each from Margaret Soule, Margaret Ballard, Agnes Berdewell and Denise Certeyn, 4 d. from Alice Parker, 3 d. each from Katherine Wyttelesey, Margaret Lode and Katherine Sadeler, 4 d. from Margaret Mason, 3 d. from Margaret Wyke and 2 d. from Amice Bysshop, retailers, for regrating ale.
2 d. each from Margaret Sporer, Maria Gandy, Katherine del Moor, Agnes Kelham, Alice Berford, Matillis Dyke, Alice Ryvenale, Margaret Seberne, Alice Charwalton, Isabelle Milner, Katherine Sadeler and Margaret Lode for not coming with their measures when exacted.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. each from Nicholas Stukele, knight, John Wakirle, the tenant of the lands of John Stukele, John Cross of Farcet, Agnes Pakerell of Peterborough,  John Brygge, John Shirwode Senior, William Claxton, John Bray, John Blenche and John Morton, owing suit, for default.
12 d. from John Pope, 6 d. from John Horwode and 3 d. from Henry Gamlyngey for selling white bread contrary to the assize.
6 d. each from Laurence Bocher and John Ryvenale, 4 d. each from Henry Overton and John Newman, 2 d. from William Duffeld, 4 d. each from John Berford and John Aubes, 3 d. from Thomas Webster,2 d. from William Abbot, and 3 d. from Richard Gase, butchers, for charging too much.
3 d. from John Wayte, 2 d. from Simon Spillesby, 3 d. each from Thomas Bysshop, William Wyke and Nicholas Burges, tailors, for charging too much for making clothes.
2 d. from William Bumble for the same.
4 d. from John Herdhede, 3 d. each from Hugh Souter, William de Burgh, Raphy Souter, Richard Ednam and John Albyn, cobblers, for charging too much in selling shoes.
[No amercement recorded] from Robert del More for charging too much for repairing shoes.
6 d. from Richard Heryng, tanner, for charging too much in selling leather. 4 d. each from John Brabon, Richard Webster, Thomas Snellyng, William Conyngton and John Fesseney, weavers, for charging too much for weaving cloth.
4 d. each from Thomas Munne and Thomas Fuller, fullers, for charging too much for fulling cloth.
3 d. each from Margaret Coupere and Robert del Moor, 2 d. from Agnes Taillour, and 3 d. from Alice Pope for charging too much in selling oat flour.
4 d. each from Beatrice Brabon and Henry Coteler  for charging too much in selling victuals.
3 d. from William Faunt for putting three dead and fetid geese in the common lade, to nuisance.
3 d. from Thomas Turnour for putting his horses in his neighbors' grain at night.
3 d. each from William Soule, John Baronger, Richard Mody (amercement excused) and John Amy for not cleaning their ditches next to North Mede.  Order to correct before the feast of St Martin,  under an individual penalty of 40 d.
3 d. from John Austyn for enclosing one croft in Shaktyme which is supposed to be open. Order to correct before Martinmas  under penalty of 2 s.
3 d. from John Coupere for making a ditch too broad in Ropers Land  and narrowing the road there.
3 d. from John Keteryng for not cleaning his ditch there.
3 d. each from Henry at Crosse, John Love and William Brouse for making an improper road above Wyndesey Mede  with a horse-cart loaded with fresh peas.
3 d. from William Dobyn for breaking the enclosure of John Sewer and putting his sheep there for two days and two nights.
6 d. from the same William for stealing one cow of the Abbot of Ramsey.
3 d. from John Newman for not cleaning his ditch opposite Mortonplace.
3 d. each from John Squyller and John Nedam for not cleaning their ditches opposite Nedam place.
3 d. from John Newman for not trimming the hedge in Huntingdon Way. 
3 d. from the same John for not cleaning his ditch at Priest Croft  and for not trimming the hedge there.
3 d. from the same John for refusing to keep the watch when requested by the Constables.
3 d. from the same John for not making a gate at Glattons Orchard,  as he is obligated to do.
Order that each person is to clean his ditch from Berford Corner up to Fesaunt Croft before Martinmas  under penalty of 6 d.
Order that no pig come into the fields until the grain has been harvested, under penalty of 12 d. for each offender.
Order that no one put dung, ashes or sweepings  upon the dung heap of the Pillory under penalty of 12 d.
Order that each clean the common lade opposite his tenement under penalty of 2 s., to be paid for paving.
Order that no one keep a large dog or lead dogs into the woods without the licence of the lord of the Cellarer, under penalty of40 d.
Election and swearing-in of John Pope and Thomas Barbour as Constables.
Election of John Skynner, in place of John Pope, to the office of Fen Reeve.
Request by the jurors for permission to make a horse pond in Stocking Fen  where it would seem to be more useful in separating the ditches of the lord and the Cellarer. Granted.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE CONSTABLES]
6 d. from Richard Kedham Spicer for beating Margaret, wife of John Smyth.
3 d. from the same Richard for a hue and cry justly raised on him by the said Margaret.
6 d. from Richard Newman for drawing blood from John Abbot.
3 d. from the same Richard for a hue and cry justly raised on him by the said John.
3 d. from John, servant of Robert Spencer for drawing blood from John Waferere.
Amercement [unrecorded] of Agnes Beverych for a complaint against William Barbour, charging him with a debt of 3 s. as rent, to her damages of 6 d., and of breaking down hedges and filling up his ditch, to her damages of 6 d., which charges William answered by a four-handed wager of law, denying the debt and the trespasses.
4 d. from Agnes Owty, presented by the jurors of Hepmangrove for brewing ale contrary to the assize.
1. 25 July, 1426.
2. MS: de Burgh.
3. Deleted: Willelmus del Storehous.
4. MS: Northmade.
5. 10 November.
6. 10 November.
7. MS: Byggyngbalk.
8. MS: Newfeldholt.
9. MS: Ropereland.
10. MS: Wendeseymede.
11. MS: Huntyngdon Way.
12. MS: Prest Croft.
13. MS; Glatton Orteyard.
14. MS: le Lytilwyght.
15. 10 November.
16. 10 November.
17. MS: le Newfeldholt.
18. 8 June, 1427.
19. MS: swepynges.
20. MS: Stokkyngfen.
21. MS: Wendeseymede.
23. MS: Stokkyngfen.
25. MS: Stokkyngfen.
26. MS: Stokkyngfen.
27. Partially obliterated.