RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON MONDAY, THE FEAST OF ST BARNABAS THE APOSTLE, IN THE SECOND YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY V AND THE EIGHTEENTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT THOMAS. 
[JURORS:] William Claxton, John Shirwode, Robert Wright, Jacob Fyssher, Robert Coupere, John Berdewell, William Marham, John Orfrayser, William Lytster, John Pope, John Wenyngton, John Leghton, John Somersham, John Wilden.
CAPITAGE: 6 s. 9 d. from the whole homage of the lord as common fine this year, that all not be called individually.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTER OF HEPMANGROVE]
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
6 d. from John Caumvile, ale-taster, for not performing his office.
3 d. from John Wayte for not cleaning his ditch at Huntingdon Way. 
Election and swearing-in of Robert Redeman as Constable.
3 d. each from the tenants of the land of John Ramsey, Nicholas Styvecle, John de Styvecle, the tenants of the land of Andrew Pykeler, John de la Grove, John Austyn Senior, Robert Pope, chaplain, Nicholas Mablyn, Robert Cleryvaux, John Bray, John Hardyng, and John Blenche, owing suit, for default.
[No amercement] from John Weston, John Wayte, chaplain, and John Gosse for default, because they came afterwards.3 d. each from Henry Berford, William Randolf, John Skynner, John Kyng, William Barbour, Thomas Brygge, John Abbot, Thomas att Ston, Thomas How, John Bryg of Benwick, John Overe, Thomas att Crosse, Henry Coupere, William Somersham, John Borell and Margery Lyghtfote, owing suit, for default.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS OF RAMSEY]
6 d. from Agnes Blenche, 3 s. from Margaret Litster, 18 d. from Alice Turnour, 6 d. each from Christiana Robyn, Ivette Barbour, Isabelle Cok, Margaret Chircheward, 12 d. from Alice Hardyng, 4d. from Agnes Abbot, 12 d. from Richard Webster, 40 d. from Isabelle Botiller, 3 d. from Isabelle Duffeld, 3 d. from John Crisp, 12 d. from Alice Bocher, 2 s. each from Alice Fraunceys and Margaret Waker, [no amercement recorded] from Agnes Waker, 12d. from Ellen Wright, 6 d. from Katherine Fery, 12 d. from Joan Coke, 3 d. from John Plomer, 2 d. from Matillis Cales, 18 d. from John Spronston, 12 d. each from Ellen Stapilton and Alice Wayte, common brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.]
2 d. each from Agnes Blenche, Margaret Litster, Agnes Abbot, John Crispe and Alice Bocher for not coming with their measures when exacted.
1 d. each from Isabelle Cok for not having a gallon, Alice Hardyng for not having a quart, Richard Webster for not having a gallon, John Crisp for not having a gallon, Agnes Wakir for not having a gallon, and Ellen Stapilton for not having a gallon.
6 d. from Alice Coupere, retailer, for regrating victuals, and 12d. from Agnes Taillour, retailer, for regrating ale.
6 d. from John Skynner for unjustly raising the hue and cry on Thomas Chircheward.
6 d. from Agnes, wife of John Skynner for the same on the said Thomas.
6 d. from Simon Botiller for a hue and cry justly raised on him by Agnes, wife of John Skynner.
6 d. from Robert Chaundeler for the same by Agnes Turnour.
6 d. from William Turnour for assaulting and beating the wife of Thomas Carter.
6 d. each from William Buntyng and John Berford for assaulting Richard Webster.
6 d. from John Berford for drawing blood from the said Richard.
6 d. from John Berford and William Buntyng for a hue and cry justly raised on them by Richard Webster.
6 d. from Roger Mynnyng Skynner for assaulting the servant of the Almoner.
6 d. from John Sturdyvale for assaulting and beating Elizabeth Plomer.
6 d. from John Sturdyvale for a hue and cry justly raised on him by Elizabeth Plomer.
6 d. from William, servant of John Brabon for assaulting John Somersham.
6 d. from the same William for a hue and cry justly raised on him by the said John.
1 d. each from Roger Skynner, John Berford, Richard Welles, William Botiller, John Clerk, William Duffelde, Thomas Botheby, William att Wode Junior, William Coupere, Thomas Taillour, John Berdewelle Junior, John Jemes, John Rolf, Thomas B[...], Robert Godfrey, John Knapwell, Thomas Brouse, Thomas Barbour, William Fa[...],  Simon Clerk, Thomas Ballard, John Fytheon, John Fyssher Junior, Peter Mylner, John Howden and John Newman for being common tennis players, contrary to the Statute. Order to them and all others that they no longer play, under an individual penalty of a 2 s. fine and imprisonment for a night and day.
3 d. each from John Pope and John Fery, and 2 d. from John Bacon, bakers of white bread, for selling contrary to the assize.
6 d. from Laurence Bocher, 3 d. from Walter Bocher, and 2 d. each from John Berford and Richard Gase, and 6 d. from Thomas Howden for selling meats to diverse men and charging too much, namely: more than 1 d. in the shilling.
12 d. from Laurence Bocher for making candles badly mixed with tallow and blood and for selling them with false weights, namely: 1 1/2 lb. in [...],  and for using dual measures.
12 d. from John Leghton for selling one dicker of tanned leather for too high a price.
2 s. from Richard Heryng for selling six dickers of tanned leather for too high a price.
3 d. from John Wolston for practicing the art of the tanner and cobbler contrary to the Statute. 
6 d. from John Hardhede and 4 d. each from Thomas de Burgh and Richard Eddenham, cobblers, for selling shoes to diverse men at an excessively high price.
6 d. from Robert del More, cobbler, for charging diverse men too much for his art.
[No amercement recorded] from the same Robert for using dual measures and for buying oats by the larger measure and selling by the smaller measure.
4 d. each from John Wayte, Simon Sege, Thomas Taillour, Nicholas Burgeys, and 1 d. from Nicholas Therfelde, tailors, for charging too much for making clothes.
12 d. each from John Burton, William Stotthorne, Nicholas Power, John Skynner, Richard Bailly and Thomas [...],  and 8 d. from Nicholas Stryker, labourers, for digging peat and charging for each millenaria 4 d., when the normal wage is 3 d., and for refusing to take less than 4 d. and food per day, when the normal practice is 3 d. and a meal.
Order that no one is to charge more [for his labour] than is allowed by the Statute of Labourers,  under penalty of 6 s. 8d.
12 d. from John Gosse for putting mash from his wine shop in the lade, next to the dung heap.
Order to the said John that he remove the said mash from the lade before the feast of St Michael,  under penalty of a half-mark.
2 d. each from Emma Tyler and M[?artin]  Soule for washing animals entrails in the common lade.
2 d. each from Robert del More, John Gavelok, Agnes Fuller, John Cales, John Gandy, Simon Sege, Alice Mannyng, John Hardhede, John Plomer the Lesser,  and W[?illiam]  the parish clerk for putting ashes on the dung heap next to the pillory.
Order to the above and all others that [they do this no further],  under penalty of 2 s.
2 d. from Alice Barker for breaking the arrest of the Bailiff and for destroying the willows of John Bardewell.
Ordinance by the lord that no one feed his pigs upon the paved road nor permit them to lie there day and night, under penalty of 4 d. for each incident.
Election and swearing-in of John Shirwode and Robert Wright as Constables and tasters.
3 d. each from John Berford and Robert del More for falsifying an inquest in court.
12 d. each from Thomas Haukyn of Abbot's Ripton and Robert Waryn of Wistow for commoning in Stocking Fen  with pigs and other animals when they do not have common.
3 d. each from Robert Owty, John att Gate and John, son of Robert Randolf for obstructing the lade called Worlewyk Lode  with pieces of wood.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE BAILIFF]
The following are not in tithing: William Stapilton, William Kyngesdelf, William Botiller of Worlewyk, Nicholas Cartere, Thomas Cartere Junior, John Fyfyon, Robert Godfrey, John Peek, John Ravysden, Thomas Lyndon, Thomas Coke, Thomas Lancastre, John Sabyn, John Barbour Junior,  John Duffeld, John Fyssher, Nicholas Ravele, John Staunford,  Nicholas Burgeys, John Plesaunce, Richard at Welle,  Robert Ferrour, John Cook, John Lepere, John Clement, Philip Bouke, John Berner, John Hardhede, John Hobard, William Hyde, John Fery, Laurence Bocher,  Alan Turnour, John Denys, John Herpour of Biggin, John Blenche, John Hardyng, William Turnour and Richard Webster.
3 d. from John Plomer Junior for putting his dung heap in the common lade up to Bury and obstructing the flow of water.
3 d. from John North for putting a dung heap on the bank of the lade in the Wyght. 
3 d. from Walter Bocher for putting his dung heap in the lade.
3 d. from William Somersham for the same.
3 d. from Richard Heryng for not repairing the broken causeway towards his tenement in the Wyght. 
3 d. from William Sowle for putting a dung heap on the bank.
3 d. each from Richard Webster, John Chamberlayn and William Squyller for not cleaning their gutters next to the Bake House.
3 d. each from Thomas Dod, Thomas Certeyn, John Duffeld and Simon del Ey for putting dung heaps on the bank.
3 d. each from Walter Rayner and Nicholas Burgeys for the same in the common ditch at the end of the garden of Robert (Wright.)
6 d. from Richard Heryng for obstructing the common ditch with a hedge next to his tenement.
3 d. from John Bray for not cleaning his ditch between the boundaries.
3 d. each from John Owty, William Randolf, William Curson, mason, Henry Berford, John Hardy, and John Orfraser for not cleaning their ditches in Betereslane.
6 d. each from William Pydfer and Richard Heryng for not cleaning their ditches in two places in Betereslane.
3 d. from Nicholas Ravele for obstructing the common watercourse at the end of his garden.
3 d. each from William Randolf and Nicholas Ravele for failing to make a self-closing gate in the lane opposite the cross towards Biggin, which they were obligated to do.
3 d. from John Wolston for obstructing a pit next to Fesaunt Croft. 
3 d. each from Robert Owty and John Hardy for obstructing the common lade next to Fesaunt Croft Corner. 
Total: #4 2 s. 3 d.
1. 11 June, 1414.
2. MS: Huntyngdon Way.
5. See 12 Richard II, c. 6 (Statutes of the Realm 2, p. 57). See also 11 Henry IV, c. 4 (Ibid. 2, p. 163).
7. 23 Edward III (Statutes of the Realm 1, p. 307 et seq).
9. 23 Edward III (Statutes of the Realm 1, p. 307 et seq).
10. 29 September.
11. MS: minor.
15. MS: Stokkyngfen.
16. MS: Worlewyklode.
17. Deleted: Willelmus Stottham.
18. Deleted: Johannes del Cheker, Johannes Gernoun.
19. Deleted: Walterus Reynere.
20. Deleted: Thomas Godfrey.
21. Deleted: Ricardus Gase.
22. MS: le Wyght.
23. MS: le Wyght.
24. MS: Fesauntescroft.
25. MS: Fesaunt Croftes Corner.