BLAdd.Roll39567, m.1 (AD1556)
BURY WITH HEPMANGROVE. ESTREAT OF THE COURT WITH LEET HELD AT RAMSEY ON THE SIXTEENTH DAY OF SEPTEMBER, IN THE THIRD AND FOURTH YEARS OF THE REIGN OF PHILIP AND MARY, KING AND QUEEN, ETC. 
COMMON FINE: 6 s. 8 d.
4 d. from John Cockes, owing suit to court, for default.
16 d. from the heir of John Dawes for relief.
18 d. from the heir of John Redman for the same.
8 d. from Roger Binge for making rescue from Thomas Leysley, the lord's official, while he was performing his office.
3 s. 4 d. from John Cockes for permitting his cattle to pasture on the lands of others, against the ordinance.
20 s. from the same John Cockes for not repairing his customary messuage, as ordered in the last court.
[...]  from William Benet of Warboys for permitting his cattle to wander at large, to the nuisance of his neighbors.
20 d. from John Inge for soaking hemp in the common river, to the nuisance of his neighbors.
20 d. from Thomas Rede for the same.
4 d. each from John Cattesbie, William Tomson and William Graye, common bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize.
12 d. each from William Tomson, William Redman, William Graye and John Campion Senior for permitting their cattle to pasture on the lands of others.
2 d. each from Henry Middelton, William Camption, John Elington, John [...],  [...]  Wright, William Mu[...], Thomas Graven[...],  Thomas Redman, Thomas Lesley, Thomas Bolby, John Bull, William Allard, Robert Sewer, Richard Butler, John Redman, Robert Hewett, Philip Collyn, William Campion and Philip Hawlyn for the same.
2 d. from Robert Bynge for permitting his cattle to pasture on the lands of others.
2 d. from John Campion for the same.
Total: 46 s. 2 d., of which 10 s. are for the expenses of the Steward and other officials, with the tenants, leaving: 36 s. 2d.
1. 16 September, 1556.
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