RAMSEY. ESTREAT OF THE LEET WITH COURT HELD THERE ON 16 SEPTEMBER, IN THE FOURTH AND FIFTH YEARS OF THE REIGN OF KING PHILIP AND QUEEN MARY. 
COMMON FINE: 6 s., paid by the Bailiff at Michaelmas. 
12 d. from John Campion Junior for assaulting John Whittacker, against the peace.
12 d. from Thomas Gillowe for the same against John Mosseley.
20 d. from William Androo for obstinantly and contemptuously withdrawing from the lord's service concerning jury service.
5 s. from William Sendie for keeping more sheep on the common than allowed.
12 d. from Thomas Tayler, 2 d. each from Robert Bocher and Thomas Johnson for driving off sheep, contrary to the ordinance.
6 s. 8 d. from Richard Parkyn and Richard Staple as fine for one close with appurtenances.
4 s. from John Triplet as fine for one close called Marhamground.
Total: 26 s. 8 d., of which 16 s. 8 d. are the expenses of the Steward and the other officials with the tenants of this place, leaving a balance of 10 s.
1. 16 September, 1557.
2. 29 September.