RAMSEY. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE HELD THERE ON 22 SEPTEMBER, IN THE FIFTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING EDWARD VI. 
(6 s.) from the Bailiff as common fine, to be paid at the next Michaelmas  for the whole year then ending.
12 d. from John Depute (dead) for assaulting Thomas Gostlowe, against the King's peace. (3 d. received.)
8 d. from Laurence Amore for the same.
8 d. from William Mane for selling unhealthy herring.
6 d. each from Thomas Filbie and Anthony Dixson, and 2 d. each from John Inge and Christopher Thomas, bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize.
2 d. each from William Crockeford, John Dalbie, Richard Beres, Martin Nelson, Robert Boroughe, Thomas Tayler, Laurence Amore, Robert Bocher, John Harte, Simon Baukes (dead), Thomas Poulter (dead), John Thressher, Thomas Browne, Robert Nelson, William Cowper and John Bosserd, victualers and brewers, for selling victuals and ale at too high a price.
2 d. from Thomas Colles for selling lamps made out of poor tallow.
2 d. each from Robert Cretyng, John Johnson and John Skoote(dead), butchers, for selling unhealthy meats.
3 d. from John Hariell, 4 d. from Gilbert Smithe, gentleman, 2 d. each from Thomas Wheler and John Smithe (dead), owing suit to court, for default.
12 d. each from Robert Nelson, Joan Assheton, Thomas Eynesworthe, Michael Tayler, Thomas Mese, Thomas Colles and Robert Balssham for not repairing the banks of le Browe, as ordered.
4 d. from John Inge for not doing his part at le Kowe Causieor way.
4 d. from John Oldam for making rescue from the lord's official.
4 s. from Robert Pikerd as fine for one tenement, one garden and one apple orchard with appurtenances.
10 s. from Robert Nelson as fine for two pieces of land with appurtenances he received by surrender of Oliver Silcocke.
4 s. from Robert Oliott, cleric, and John Triplet as fine for half of one close with appurtenances.
12 d. from Laurence Amore as fine for one tenement with appurtenances.
2 s. from John Crispe for making rescue from the lord's official by taking away hay [taken in distraint] for rent.
12 d. each from William Prowde, Robert Tyler and John Maryoll for throwing their nets in le Shelrode tyme, against the decree.
Total: 48 s. 7 d., of which 6 s. are common fine, 20 s. 7 d. are amercements, 22 s. are fines for land. Less 13 s. 4 d. for the expenses of the steward and tenants. Balance: 35 s. 4 d. Examined and concorded with the court roll by Tebalde.
1. 22 September, 1551.
2. 29 September.