RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON TUESDAY, THE MORROW OF THE FEAST OF ST MARGARET THE VIRGIN, IN THE TENTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY V AND THE THIRD YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN. 
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
8 d. from Matillis Cales, 12 d.  from Katherine Mayke, 12 d. from the wife of Henry Cotiller, 6 d. each from Ellen Mody and Katherine Fer[...],  8 d. from Alice Orfrasere, 12 d. from Isabelle Botiller, 3 d. from Christiana Berford, 12 d. each from Joan Coke and Joan del Celer, 8 d. from the wife of John Kyng, 4 d. each from Margaret Wasshous and Agnes Blenche, 6 d. from Margaret Mason, 8 d. from Denise Pury, 8 d. each from Maria Amy, Margaret Bocher and Alice Webster, 12 d. from Alice Pope, 4 d. from Alice Beleson, 12 d. each from Isabelle Claxton and Ellen Crisp, 8 d. from Agnes Roleg, 3 d. from Isabelle Duffelde, and 8 d. from Margaret Wakir, brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.]
6 d. each from Alice Pope and Isabelle Claxton for being rebellious to the tasters and refusing to brew at certain times.
3 d. each from Agnes Burgh, Agnes Barbour Senior, Agnes Barbour Junior, 4 d. each from Agnes Fuller and Katherine de Moor, 6 d. from Agnes del Storehous, 3 d. each from Agnes Leche and Katherine Plomer, 4 d. each from Maria Barbour, Emma Barbour and Alice Ryvenhale, 6 d. from Margaret Somersham, 4 d. each from Colette Eddenham and Agnes Taillour, 6 d. each from Alice Berford and Maria Sowle, and 4 d. from Alice Pratt, retailers, for regrating ale.
2 d. each from Agnes Cook, Margaret del Wasshous, Margaret Masson and Christiana Berford for not coming when exacted.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE CONSTABLE]
6 d. from Agnes Somer for unjustly raising the hue and cry on Richard Baker.
6 d. each from William Besse, John Bocher and Richard Taillour for being rebellious to the Constables and refusing to keep the watch of the lord King when summoned.
12 d. from William Abbot for striking Margaret Turnour.
6 d. from Margaret Turnour for being a common scold.
12 d. from the same Margaret for unjustly raising the hue and cry on William Abbot and for calling him a thief.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. each from Sir Nicholas Styvecle, John Wakirle, the tenant of the lands of John Styvecle, Robert Deken, [...]  Davyntry, John Brygge, Henry Coupere, Thomas Dodde, John May, [?John]  Blenche, John Austyn, Agnes Milner, William Thakker, John Morton, John Skynner, [...]  Howden, John Sewere, John Wayte, chaplain, and John Leghton, owing suit, for default.
2 d. from Alice Wardeboys for the same.
(Amercement excused) from John Shirwode Senior and William Botiller for the same.
20 d. from John May, 8 d. from Henry Coteler and 40 d. from John Pope, bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize, and for selling bread of insufficient weight. Further, John Pope refused to bake or make two white loaves for a half-penny or two black loaves for 1 d. as he was sworn to do at the last leet.
3 d. each from John, servant of John Empyngham, William Ritton and Robert Skynner for being eavesdroppers,  night prowlers and listeners under windows.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE BAILIFF]
12 d. from Jacob Fyssher and John Bray for obstructing the ditch opposite Wyndeles Mere  with the refuse of their wine stores.
3 d. from John Kyng for encroaching on the lord's land in similar fashion.
3 d. each from John Kyng and Nicholas Ravele for holding two roads towards the field open where they should be closed.
3 d. from John Blenche for encroaching on the lord's land at the end of his garden by planting willows there.
3 d. from Arnold Bonaface for making a ditch in the road, to nuisance.
3 d. from Henry Berford for not cleaning his ditch next to[....] 
3 d. each from Richard Ednam, Arnold Bonaface, John Wilden and John Rydeman for not cleaning their ditches.
3 d. each from Henry Berford, John Bocher, John Crisp, Thomas Munne and Richard Heryng for the same.
Order that Fesaunt Ditch be cleaned before the said feast under penalty of 40 d.
Order that the ditch opposite Wyndesey Mede  be cleaned before the said feast under a penalty of 12 d.
2 s. from William Faunt and (no amercement) from John Pope for selling salt at one bushel for 7 d., where, in other places, men sell it for 5 d. and 6 d., and so do all who sell during the Fair.
12 d. from William Faunt for being a common forestallor of malt before it reaches the vill, so that men cannot buy malt within the vill, and thereby preventing the vill from serving the needs of its brewers.
20 d. from Simon Spillesby for refusing to accept less than 8 d. for making one tunic for Little William Pappeworth, a two-year-old.
4 d. from Alice Pope for trying to sell 12 gallons of ale in Benwick which should have been sold in Ramsey, and which 12 gallons were seized by Laurence Bocher.
40 d. from Jacob Fyssher for breaking the arrest [of Laurence Bocher] and sending the said ale outside the vill to Benwick.
40 d. from Jacob Fyssher for making [stammes weres ] and doors  in the common, to the prejudice of the lord and his tenants.
[No amercement recorded] from the vills of Bury and Hepmangrove for not keeping the watches in the said vills.
5 d. from Henry Coteler for habitually defecating  in the common lade and polluting the water, to the nuisance of the tenants of the lord.
3 d. from Robert del Moor, cobbler, for charging too much for repairing shoes.
8 d. from the same Robert for charging too much in the sale of dried fish, salt, flour, oats, cheese, butter and [....] 
3 d. from Nicholas Ravele for obstructing the watercourse at the end of his garden.
3 d. each from Adam Fuller, John Gavelok, John Barbour Junior, John Barbour Senior, Thomas Chircheward, Thomas Leche, John Hardhede, Roger Barbour and Thomas Pratt for having privies above the lade, to nuisance.
3 d. from William Botiller for having one fetid privy above the lade, to the nuisance of his neighbors.
[No amercement recorded] from the same William for having a fetid and annoying pig-sty above the common lade.
6 d. each from John Brabon, Richard Webster, John Hance, William Conyngton, Thomas Snellyng and John Conyngton, weavers, for charging too much for weaving cloth.
6 d. each from Adam Fuller, Thomas Munne and Thomas Fuller, fullers, for charging too much for fulling.
6 d. from John Wayte, 3 d. from Thomas Taillour, 8 d. from Simon Spyllesby, 3 d. each from Nicholas Burgeys and John Hosyer, and 8 d. from Thomas Bysshop, tailors, for charging too much in making clothes.
2 s. from Laurence Derby, 6 d. from Richard Gase, and 2 s. each from John Berford and John Ryvenhale, butchers, for charging too much.
4 d. from John Hardhede, 2 d. from William Burgh and 3 d. each from Richard Ednam and John Albyn, cobblers, for charging too much.
12 d. from Richard Heryng and 6 d. from John Leghton, tanners of leather, for charging too much.
6 d. from Robert Coupere Junior for charging too much in selling dried fish, flour, oats, cheese, [?onions]  and eggs.
Election and swearing-in of Henry at Crosse and Laurence Derby as Constables and ale-tasters.
6 d. from John Webster for saying in court that the jurors were false.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
2 d. each from Nicholas Coupere, Richard Milner, Thomas Newman and the servant of John Wilden for being out of tithing.
6 d. from Margaret Wilden for regularly brewing and selling ale contrary to the assize.
4 d. from Agnes Coupere for the same, twice.
4 d. from Robert Ryddman, ale-taster, for not performing his office.
3 d. from John Morton for not cleaning his ditch beneath his wall.
[No amercement recorded] from John Leghton for the same, beneath his tenement.
3 d. from Wakirle for the same towards Graunfrays Croft. 
3 d. from John Sewer for not cleaning his gutter opposite Hogekyn Gate. 
3 d. from Nicholas Mable for the same opposite his tenement.
3 d. from John Austyn for obstructing the road with one willow tree in the common road and for not cleaning his ditch in the road.
Presentment that Thomas, servant of the Cellarer and recently the servant of John Shirwode, on Saturday in Easter Week, in the tenth year of King Henry V,  in Ramsey, broke into one net of William Botiller and one net of John Berford and feloniously stole their fish, namely eels and roaches, worth 3 s. 4 d.
[No amercement recorded] from the same Thomas for killing two wandering sheep.
[No amercement recorded] from the same Thomas for breaking into Thomas Barbour's fish-leap. 
The following are age 12 or older and are not in tithing: John Mable, John, servant of Robert Coupere, Simon, son of John Skynner, John, son of John Blenche, Thomas Stone, Henry, servant of John Conyngton, John Bonaface, Thomas Bygg, Henry, son of Thomas Fuller, John de Washous, Thomas Turnour, Henry Turnor, Richard, servant of Thomas Howden, John, servant of Thomas Barbour, William, servant of William Botiller, Henry Cotiller, Clement, his servant, Adam Inglish, John Baronger, John Mayk, William del Storehous, John Draper, John de Scotia, Robert Skynner, Richard Wayte, William Wayte, Robert, servant of John Wayte, Thomas, servant of John Wayte, William Herdhede, Robert Barbour, Thomas Walton, William Chaundeler, John, servant of Robert Coupere, Richard Hare, Simon Spillesby, Simon, servant of Thomas Bisshop, Richard, servant of John Orfraser, Thomas Cok, Richard, son of Richard Cok, Peter Prowde, John Mason, John Brygg, John Fyssher, William Pappeworth, Walter, son of John West, Andrew, servant of William Claxton, William [?Cubard],  John Somersham, Richard, son of John Love, Henry Deken, John Bocher, Thomas Tynker, John Potts, John [...],  William Scriven, William, son of William Clerk, John May, John, servant of John Berford, John Hobard, John, son of Henry Wright, John Coppyng, John [Berdewell],  John [...],  William Bomble, Nicholas Willatyne, Ralphy, servant of William Heryng, Hugh Massenger, William, servant of John Baxtere, John Horewode, Richard Sande, Thomas, son of Thomas Bere, John Burges, Richard Parker, Thomas Pynche bek, Roger de Bodseye, Robert Lamkyn, John at Asshe, William Ronale and Robert del S[....] 
1. 21 July, 1422. John Tychemarsh, abbot of Ramsey: 1419-34.
2. Deleted: viii d.
3. Torn away.
4. Torn away.
5. Torn away.
6. Torn away.
7. MS: euwes dropperes.
8. MS: Wyndelesmere.
9. Torn away.
10. MS: Stokkyngfen.
11. 10 November.
12. MS: Newfeldholt.
13. 10 November.
14. MS: Wyndelesmade.
15. MS: dores.
16. MS: utitur cacare.
17. Torn away.
18. MS: cepis.
19. MS: Graunfraycroft.
20. MS: Hogekyngate.
21. 18 April, 1422.
22. MS: fysshlepe.
27. MS: Raaphy.
28. Torn away.
29. Torn away.
30. Torn away.