RAMSEY. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE HELD THERE ON 13 NOVEMBER, IN THE THIRD YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD VI. 
6 s. from the Bailiff as common fine, owed at the last Michaelmas. 
8 d. each from Thomas Filby, William Sharpe, Anthony Dixson and John Lokenton, bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize.
6 d. from Thomas Eynesworthe, 2 d. from Thomas Rislaye and 4 d. from John Gaylon for making an affray among themselves, against the King's peace.
4 d. from William Prowde and 3 d. each from Robert Prowde, Thomas Morrell, John Thressher, Morellus Philippe and John Hariell for going into the fen after sunset.
12 d. from Joan Hopkynson for not filling-in the ditch next to her neighbor's common, as ordered.
3 d. from Cecilia Browne (dead) and 4 d. from Richard Marten for not putting their calves before the common oxherd.
12 d. from Robert Creting and 4 d. from John Skoote (dead), butchers, for selling unhealthy meats and at too high a price.
12 d. from Joan Hopkynson for not filling-in the common ditch as ordered.
8 d. from John Thressher as fine for one willow row with two ditches.
3 s. 4 d. from Thomas Michell and John Pikerd, cleric, as fine for one close.
2 s. from Robert Eliott, cleric, as fine for two pightles.
2 s. from the same Robert as fine for one close with appurtenances.
2 s. from Richard Looremoore as fine for one tenement with garden.
2 s. 2 d. from Thomas Woodwarde as fine for one tenement with appurtenances.
Total: 27 s. 5 d., of which 6 s. are common fine, 12 s. 2 s. are fines for land, 9 s. 3 d. are amercements. Less [blank] for expenses of the Steward and other officials. Balance:[blank.] Examined and concorded with the court roll.
(3 Edward VI, in the time of Richard Cervington, Bailiff.) 
1. 13 November, 1549.
2. 29 September.
3. In left margin.
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