TNA/SC2/179/63, m.5r (AD1440)
RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON [...]  BEFORE THE FEAST OF ST MARGARET THE VIRGIN, IN THE EIGHTEENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY VI AND THE FIFTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN STOWE. 
Complaint of debt by Robert Glovere against John Berenger. Pledge: 5 d. To be decided by inquest.
Complaint of debt by Robert Ely against William Picher. Pledge: 20 s.
Complaint of trespass by Margaret Somersham against Walter West (amerced 3 d.) and Richard Weston (amerced 3 d.) because John Somersham [?r. viam per xii juratos.]
Complaint of breach of covenant by William Huntyngdon against John Sewere (amerced 3 d.), in that John failed to plough his land, to his damages of 8 d.
Complaint of trespass by Thomas Goldsmyth against Richard Rykham(amerced 3 d.) concerning four pounds of onion seed  valued at 9s. put on inquest, which fixes damages at 9 s., which are ordered collected.
Complaint of trespass by John Hoberd against Thomas Wenyngton and Thomas Wytleseye concerning the footpath from one messuage with appurtenances six perches long and 28 1/2 feet wide, with entry and exit for one boat in the adjacent ditch. To be decided by Grand Inquest. 
Complaint of debt of 7 d. by William Botyller against John Beronger, who acknowledges a debt of 6 d. and is amerced 3 d. Order that the money be collected.
Complaint of debt of 4 s. by William Huntyngdon against Thomas Bysshop.
[JURORS:] William Faunt, Thomas Barbor, Thomas Ballard, John Rykkis, Thomas Goldsmyth, John Amy, Henry Crosse, John Crisp, John Blench, John Pycard, Nicholas Ravele, John West.
CAPITAGE: 6 s. 9 d. as common fine.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
12 d. from John Schirwode Junior for catching swans with his boats at Ugmere Cote  and eating them.
6 d. each from Thomas White and John Papworth, servants of John Shirwode, for catching geese at Ugmere Cote  and eating them.
3 d. from John Bereford for catching the lord's doves with a net.
20 d. from the same John for putting bownetts out on feast days.
3 d. from John Dalby for assaulting and drawing blood from Robert Grene against the peace.
20 d. from Agnes Rolf for taking one of John Chapman's table-cloths, against the peace.
[No amercement recorded] from John Fyssher atte Briggefote for having an open gutter which carries animal dung into the common lade, to the nuisance of his neighbors. Order to correct under penalty of 6 d.
40 d. from John Symmes for putting and washing corrupt pelts on the bank at Bakhouse Weir,  against the ordinance.
6 d. from John Myldenale for making rescue from William Faunt, the Lord King's Constable, and for speaking violently to him.
12 d. from John Symmes for acting similarly towards William.
3 d. from Robert Tyler for the same.
6 d. each from Thomas Ston, William Duffeld, John Sutton, John Keteryng, Leonard Wyn, John Duffeld be the Wyght, Richard Baker, William Browse, John Rolf and Robert Reder for refusing to keep the watch of the lord King.
Ordinance that all the ditches from Sporyour's Yard's End  up to Fesaunt Croft,  both in and out, and from Fesaunt Croft  up to Roperes Lane are to be cleaned before the feast of St Michael,  under penalty of 2 s.
6 d. from John Barre, 12 d. from John Hurtland, 6 d. from John Ryvenale, 3 d. from John Bereford, 20 d. from Thomas Webstere,  and 3 d. from William Abbot, butchers, for selling corrupt meat and charging too much.
8 d. from John West, 12 d. from Richard Geyte, 3 d. each from John Sutton and Thomas Polard, cobblers,  for selling shoes contrary to the assize and charging too much.
6 d. each from William Faukes, William Conyngton, Richard Coke,(no amercement) from John Parkere, and 6 d. from John Hyde, weavers, for charging too much.
2 d. each from John Barre and Robert Coupere, 6 d. each from John Keteryng and Leonard Wyn, 3 d. from William Duffeld, 12 d. from John Whete, 3 d. from William Stedeman, 1 d. from Richard Geyte,3 d. each from Walter Sporyor, William Faunt, Richard Coke, Katherine Fenne, 12 d. from Thomas Bocher, 3 d. each from Henry Erle and Agnes Bocher, (no amercement) from John Hunte, 3 d. from Robert Grene, and 6 d. each from Thomas Draper and Robert Skynnere, victualers, for charging too much in selling victuals.
12 d. from John Horwode, 6 d. each from John Fyssher and Leonard Wyn, common bakers, for selling against the assize and for charging too much.
12 d. from Robert Denton, retailer of bread, candles, flour and other diverse things, for charging too much.
Ordinance that whoever is a tenant at the will [of the lord] and according to the custom of the manor is to mill at the lord's mill and not anywhere else, nor is he to keep his own mill, under penalty of 6 s. 8 d.
Ordinance that no one is to make a road upon New Field,  under penalty of 6 s. 8 d.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
4 d. from Matilda Barre, 2 d. from Alice Skarlet, 12 d. from Katherine Fyssher, 9 d. from Emma Barbor, (amercement excused) from Agnes Faunt, 6 d.  from Margaret Ward, 6 d. from Agnes Newman, 8 d. from Agnes Huntyngdon, 9 d. each from Katherine Love and Mariot Amy, 6 d. each from Agnes Gilham and Agnes Claxton, 2s. from Rose Botiller, and 4 d. from Alice Parker, common brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize.
6 d. each from Thomas Goldsmyth and John Schirwode, ale-tasters, for not performing their office.
4 d. from Margaret Steven, 3 d. each from Margaret Kyrkeby, Alice Keteryng, Isabelle Duffeld, Isabelle Stedeman, Margaret Sporyor, Katherine Fen, Margaret Wenyngton, 2 d. each from Cecilia Shelford, Joan Derham, Mariot Pecher, Margery Fawkes, 3 d. from Grace Blench, 2 d. each from Agnes Gilham, Agnes Denton, Margaret Bereford, 3 d. from Mariot Grene, 2 d. each from Joan Rikkis and Alice Cokke, [no amercement recorded] from Agnes Botiller, 2 d. each from Margaret Gilham and Margaret Baker, and 3 d. from Ellen Crisp, common retailers, for selling ale contrary to the assize.
3 d. each from Robert Skynner and Robert Belamy and 1 d. from John Gymmes, skinners and glovers, for charging too much.
16 d. each from Thomas Raven of St Ives, John Clynt of St Ives and John Swaseth of Huntingdon, common barkers, for selling leather contrary to the assize.
4 d. each from William Botiller, Richard Geyte and John Fyssheratte Briggefote for putting ashes in the lade, to the nuisance of their neighbors.
Election and swearing-in of John Amy and John Horwode as Constables.
Election and swearing-in of Richard Geyte and Thomas Ballard as ale-tasters.
12 d. from John Symmes for selling meat and charging too much.
3 d. from Thomas Webster for selling candles and other victuals and charging too much.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. from Thomas Morton, common baker, for selling bread contrary to the assize.
2 d. from Alice Morton, common brewer, for selling ale contrary to the assize.
6 d. from John Sewer, ale-taster [of Hepmangrove] for not performing his office.
Jurors for Plaints:  Thomas Godfrey, John Sherewode, Richard Weston, Nicholas Mabeley, Thomas Certeyn, Thomas Dodde, Thomas Browse, Thomas Darham.
1. Torn away.
2. ante 20 July, 1440.
3. MS: onyonet sede.
4. MS: Ideo ponitur super inquisicionem magnam.
5. MS: Ubmercote.
6. MS: Ubmercote.
7. MS: Bakhouswere.
8. MS: Fesaunt Dyche.
9. 29 September.
10. MS: Sporyourysyerdesend.
11. MS: Fesauntis Croft.
12. MS: Fesauntis Croft.
13. 29 September.
14. Deleted: Ricardus Kyllyham.
15. MS: sutores.
16. Deleted: vi d.
17. Deleted: Johannes Wayte.
18. MS: le Whight.
19. MS: Et de cetero sub pena vi s. viii d.
20. MS: Stokkyngfen.
21. MS: Newfeldholt.
22. MS: Newfeld.
23. Deleted: viii d.
24. MS: Stonecrosse.
25. MS: Huntyngdon Weye.
26. Margin: jurati pro querelis.