RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT OF SIR RICHARD WILLIAMS, ALIAS CRUMWELL, IN THE THIRTY-SECOND YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY VIII, KING OF ENGLAND, FRANCE AND IRELAND, DEFENDER OF THE FAITH AND SUPREME HEAD ON EARTH OF THE ENGLISH CHURCH.
CAPITAL PLEDGES [JURORS:] John Aston, Thomas Banys, Robert Nelson, John Bateman, Richard Smythe, John Chrispe, Thomas Wryght, Thomas Eynsworthe, Thomas Mese, John Ynge, Richard Beres, Oliver Sylcock, Robert Borowe, Thomas Cole, John Haynes.
HOMAGE [JURORS:] Hugh Talmage, John Redman, William Hawlyng, William Campyon, John Cole, John Andrewe, Robert Wryght, John Rede, John Campyon, Thomas Lecheley.
COMMON FINE: 6 s.
Swearing into tithing of: William Pilgrym, Thomas Herne, Robert Lewys, Robert Tyeler, Robert Martyn, William Haynsworthe, Robert Aschewod, John Skotte and John Potterell, who are over 12 years of age.
GRANTS FROM THE LORD'S HANDS
Conveyance by the lord, at this court, to Thomas Baker of Upwood of four selions of land without meadow, with one pightle of a selion and other appurtenances in Chevery recently held by William Woode, to be held by him, his heirs and assigns from the lord by the rod at the will of the lord, according to the custom of the manor, rendering annually to the lord 8 s. at the usual times and all other customs and services rightfully owed therein. Fine for having free status therein [enrolled] in the copy. Fealty performed.