RAMSEY. VIEW OF FRANKPLEDGE WITH COURT HELD THERE ON TUESDAY BEFORE THE FEAST OF THE NATIVITY OF BLESSED MARY, IN THE FOURTH YEAR OF THE REIGN OF KING HENRY VI AND THE SIXTH YEAR OF THE LORD ABBOT JOHN TYTCHEMERSSH. 
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE BAILIFF]
3 d. from John Pury for not cleaning his ditch next to[....] 
3 d. from Nicholas Ravele for the same.
3 d. from John Blenche for holding one curtilage at [...]  where he should not have it, to nuisance.
3 d. from John Aubes for putting reeds [...]  and obstructing the lade.
3 d. from Henry Botewright for putting posts in the ditch at le A[?umpner] Fen, so that boats cannot pass. Order to correct before the feast of St Michael,  under penalty of 12 d.
Order to John Fydyon, John Berdewell Junior and Richard Berdewell that they move the stakes from the aforesaid ditch before the feast of St Michael,  under penalty of 12 d.
Order that the ditch up to Richard Newman's tenement from Richard Heryng's tenement be cleaned before the said feast under penalty of 12 d. for each defaulter.
Order that all timber be removed from the said ditches so that boats can pass there easily, under an individual penalty of 12 d.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE ALE-TASTERS]
3 d. each from Katherine Ferry, Alice Abbet, and Alice Orfrasere,12 d. from Matillis [...],  6 d. from Agnes Hull, 12 d. from Joan Gamelyngey, 6 d. each from Isabelle Botiller, Emma Barbour, and Joan Coke, 3 d. each from Alice Turnour, Agnes Newman, and Agnes Abbot, 6 d. from Joan del Celere, 4 d. from Margaret Kyng, 6 d. from Alice Bonaface, 2 d. from Agnes Dnynys,3 d. from Denise Pury, 4 d. from Inglace Spencer, 6 d. each from Maria Amy, Margery Bocher, Alice Webster, and Alice Pope, 4 d. each from Alice Beleson and Isablle Claxton, 6 d. from Katherine Love, 4 d. from Agnes Roleg, 6 d. from Joan Canon and 3 d. from Ellen Modysent for brewing and selling ale contrary to the assize [of ale.]
2 d. each from Joan Gamelyngey, Agnes Newman, Agnes Abbot, Alice Bonaface, Agnes Dynys, Denise Pury, Alice Beleson and Isabelle Claxton for not bringing their measures when exacted.
2 d. each from Agnes Hull for not bringing a quart. Joan del Celer for not bringing a pottle, Margaret Kyng for not bringing a quart, Margery Bocher for not bringing a pottle, Alice Webster for not bringing a quart, and Katherine Love for not bringing a pottle.
2 d. from Alice Pratt, (amercement excused) from Amice Bysshop, 3 d. from Margery Sporyour, 2 d. from Margaret Sette, 3 d. from Margaret Coupere, 2 d. from Maria Barbour, 3 d. each from Agnes Barbour and Agnes Crane, 6 d. from Agnes de Burgh, 3 d. each from Maria Candy, Agnes Fuller, Katherine Moor, Margaret Smyth, Alice Charleton, (amercement excused) from Isabelle Duffeld, 3 d. from Agnes Prowde, 6 d. from Alice Berford, 3 d. each from Margery Sowle and Ellen Crisp, (no amercement) from Agnes Gase Junior, 4 d. from Agnes Berdewell, and 3 d. each from Alice Parker and Katherine Wittelesey, retailers, for regrating ale.
1 d. each from Alice Pratt, Amice Bysshop, Margery Sporyour, Margaret Smyth, Alice Cherleton and Agnes Gase for not bringing their measures.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE CONSTABLES]
6 d. from Thomas Pynche bek for justly being assaulted with a cudgel to the drawing of blood by John Peek.
3 d. from Agnes Pynche bek for unjustly raising the hue and cry on the said John.
3 d. from Margery Whelebarowmaker for drawing blood from Beatrice Coteler.
3 d. from Beatrice Coteler for the same from the said Margery.
12 d.  from Peter Prowde for assaulting Katherine del Moor and mistreating her.
40 d. from William del Storehous for being rebellious to the Constables and for refusing to find security for keeping the peace.
6 d. from the same William for assaulting Margery Gosse and beating and mistreating her.
3 d. from the same William for a hue and cry justly raised on him by the said Margery.
6 d. from the same William for offering to fight with Thomas Barbour, Constable.
3 d. from the same William for refusing to house strangers in his inn when ordered to do so by the Constables.
6 d. from the same William for having an uncontrolled dog that wants to bite people and which the Wardens of the Night Watch drove away from them, with the result that William threatened to shoot them with arrows.
6 d. from John, son of Richard Newman for making rescue from the Constable and refusing to find security for keeping the peace.
3 d. from the same John for assaulting John Aubes, against the peace.
3 d. from John Aubes for committing housebreaking against the said John Newman.
3 d. from Richard Ednam for assaulting John Smyth, against the King's peace.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. each from Nicholas Styvecle, knight, John Wakirle, the tenant of the lands of John Styvecle, John Crosse of Farcet, Agnes Pakerell of Peterborough,  John Brygge, John Shirwode Senior, William Claxton, John Bray, John Claxton, John Blenche, John Morton, John Skynner, owing suit, for default.
40 d. from John Pope, 20 d. from John Horwod, and 3 d. each from Henry Gamlyngey and William del Storehous, bakers, for selling bread contrary to the assize.
6 d. each from Laurence Bocher, John Ryvenale Junior, Henry Overton, John Newman, William Duffeld, John Berford, John Aubes, Thomas Webster, and 3 d. each from William Abbot and Richard Gase, butchers, for selling bad meat and for charging too much.
2 d. from John Wayte, 3 d. from Simon Spyllesby, (nothing) from Thomas Bysshop, and 2 d. each from William Wyke and Nicholas Burges, tailors, for charging too much for making clothes.
3 d. each from John Herdhede, Hugh Souter and William de Burgh, and 2 d. each from Raphy Souter, Richard Ednam and John Albyn, cobblers, for charging too much in selling shoes.
3 d. from Robert Cobeler for charging too much for repairing shoes.
6 d. from Richard Heryng, tanner, for charging too much in selling leather.
12 d. from John Brabon, 6 d. from Richard Webster, 2 d. from Thomas Snellyng, 3 d. from William Conyngton and 2 d. from John Hance, weavers, for charging too much for weaving.
6 d. from Thomas Fuller and 3 d. from Thomas Munne, fullers, for charging too much for fulling cloth.
3 d. each from Margaret Coupere, Robert del Moor, Agnes Taylor and Alice Pope for charging too much in selling flour, oats, [and other victuals.] 
3 d. each from Beatrice Brabon, William del Storehous and Henry Coteler for charging too much in selling victuals.
[No amercement recorded] from Thomas Barbour and John Borell, ale-tasters, for performing their office poorly.
40 d. from John Berengere, and 2 d. each from John Ryvenale Junior, Thomas Bysshop,  William Botiller, Robert Coupere Junior and John Barker, swineherds, for trespass in the fields with pigs in Autumn, contrary to the byelaw. Note that each incurs a fine of 40 d.
3 d. each from John Brygge, John Aubes, Thomas Turnour and John Pury for putting their horses in le Byll untethered so that they wandered out and trespassed in the grain in the fields.
4 d. from Henry at Crosse for trespass in the grain with a horse.
2 d. each from Juliana Blenche, Simon the son of Margaret Somersham, and the daughter of John Saldyng for gathering sheaves in Autumn and carrying them away.
Note that one hooded cloak trimmed in black valued at 20 d. and formerly belonging to William Clerk was found suspiciously on the morrow of the feast of the Apostles Peter and Paul  in Thomas Hendeson's garden and is in the custody of Richard Mody.
Note that those who have turbary crofts in the marsh can neither give nor sell them when they leave the vill to live elsewhere. Note that William Botiller shall have all the peat he bought from John Sadeler when he left the vill, but he shall not have the croft.
Note that Thomas Barbour shall have the peat he dug in the aforesaid croft, but not the croft, because the said croft will be assigned by the Marsh Reeves to whomever they wish.
Election and swearing-in of John Pope, John Dynys and John Wilden as Marsh Reeves.
Election and swearing-in of Henry at Crosse and Laurence Bocher as Constables and ale-tasters of Ramsey.
[PRESENTMENTS BY THE JURORS]
3 d. from Agnes Saldyn for unjustly raising the hue and cry on John Austyn.
3 d. from Robert Rydman, ale-taster, for not performing his office.
6 d. from Margaret Wilden and 3 d. from Agnes Owty, brewers, for selling ale contrary to the assize.
2 d. from Agnes Tyler for reaping grain in the field and carrying it away.
2 d. from the same Agnes for being a common scold and disturber of the peace and of her neighbors.
Order that Thomas Barbour correct the ditch he unjustly made in Fanners Croft  before the next court, under penalty of 12 d.
Order that anyone who has boughs growing above Huntingdon Way  to nuisance and in the lane in Hepmangrove shall cut them down before the feast of St Michael,  under penalty of 4 d. for each offense.
3 d. from Robert Coupere for obstructing one broo at the end of Barkers Croft. 
Election and swearing-in of John Sewale as Constable and ale-taster of Hepmangrove.
Complaint of debt by John Hobard against William Botiller, claiming that William owes him 16 s. 6 d. which he undertook to pay through Henry Bocher, to his damages of 6 s. 8 d., and which the said William denies having undertaken to do, and concerning which he puts himself on a jury.
Order that no one is to walk on the pavement with pointed staffs, under penalty of 12 d.
Order that no brewer sell ale to retailers, under penalty of 10s.
Order that no one is to put dogs in the meadow, woods, or anyplace where there are deer, under penalty of 6 s. 8 d.
Order that no one keep an uncontrolled dog within the vill, under penalty of 6 s. 8 d.
AFFEERORS: Thomas Barbour and Thomas at Stone.
1. 4 September, 1425.
5. MS: Presteswell.
8. 29 September.
9. 29 September.
10. MS: Brigge.
11. 1 November.
13. Obliterated. Deleted: vi d.
14. MS: de Burgh.
15. MS: etc.
16. Amercement excused.
17. 30 June.
18. MS: Fannerscroft.
19. MS: Huntyngdonway.
20. 29 September.
21. MS: Berkercroft.