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Appendix II: Fines and amercements before the justices in eyre

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Lancashire Assize Rolls: 4 John - 13 Edward I. Originally published by Lancashire and Cheshire Record Society, s.l, 1903.

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Appendix II.

The Great Rolls of the Exchequer, commonly called the Pipe Rolls, contain, among other (and perhaps more interesting) items relating to the County of Lancaster, an account of all such sums as were paid into or owing to the Treasury for Fines and Amercements before the Justices in Eyre in the County. In the absence of so many of the earlier Assize Rolls, these entries form, with a limited number of Final Concords, the sole records of numerous Assizes taken before these Justices prior to the reign of King Edward the First.

Mr. Farrar's volume of "Lancashire Pipe Rolls" exhausts all the Lancashire information on these Rolls down to the end of King John's reign. To that invaluable work reference must be made for the earlier Eyres of the Justices, whose transactions it has not been thought necessary to insert here. The following is an abstract of such entries as relate to the Assizes taken before the various Justices in Eyre in Lancashire and before Justices specially assigned (see Appendix I) during the reign of King Henry the Third (1216–1272). They form but a small portion of the matter relating to the County which these Pipe Rolls contain; but, as they detail the Fines and Amercements arising out of Assizes of which, with few exceptions, no other record exists, they demand a place here.

Pipe Roll, 2 Henry III [1217-18]. No. 62.

Lancastre

m. 3.

John de Hec owes ½ mark of amercement of the forest.

William son of Maurice owes 40s. of the same.

The Sheriff owes 10s. of small particulars of the forest.

Peter de Heley owes 20s. of amercement.

*Roger de Stawurd owes ½ mark for the same.

*Wilecocc owes 1 mark for the same.

Richard de Ribbelcestre owes ½ mark for the same.

The land of Roger de Montbegon owes 6li. for the same.

*The Abbot of Chester owes 5 marks for fine of essoin.

*The Prior of Theofford [Thetford] owes 20 marks for default.

Thomas de Cophill owes ½ mark of amercement.

Alexander le Wild owes 1 mark for the same.

New Tenders

Thomas de Wardhill owes 1 mark for having an enquiry before the Justices in Eyre whether Geoffrey de Burdeshull appealed the said Thomas of robbery and breach of the King's peace through hate and spite or in that the said Thomas is guilty.

These entries are repeated in Pipe Rolls 63, 64 and 65, where the following variations occur:—Roll 63 has Hellei for Heley and Tiefford for Theofford. In Roll 64, Roger de Stawurd pays 3s. 8d. and owes 3s., for which the Sheriff answers; Richard de Ribbelcestre owes 30 marks more of fine; and the Sheriff answers for the 5 marks due from the Abbot of Chester. The names marked with an asterisk (*) are omitted in Roll 65.

Pipe Roll, 3 Henry III [1218-19]. No. 63.

Lancastre

New Tenders

m. 12 d.

Henry de Rademan owes the third part of 10 marks for having a writ against Helewise de Stutevill.

Thomas Bussell, Henry his brother and Mabel wife of William Bussell owe 1 mark for having an enquiry.

William le Buteillier owes ½ mark for leave to concord. Robert de Sutton owes ½ mark for the same.

The County of Lancastre owe 20 marks for trespass.

Of the Amercements made by Philip de Ulcot, Thomas de Muleton and their fellows [Ralph de la Ferte and Laurence de Wilton]

The Sheriff rendered account of 20li. 3s. 8d. of amercements of men and vills, the names of which and the debts and the cause of the debts are noted in the Roll which the aforesaid delivered into the Treasury; in the Treasury in two tallies and he is quit.

William Clerk rendered account of ½ mark for concealment of service; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Walter de Ludescal and Robert Brun and their fellows rendered account of 40s. for leave to concord; in the Treasury 16s. and they owe 24s.

Barnard de Dunecanesle rendered account of 2 marks for the same; in the Treasury 20s. and he owes ½ mark.

John de Dunecanesle rendered account of 20s. for the same; in the Treasury 1 mark and he owes ½ mark.

William de Rotecliue rendered account of 2 marks for the same; in the Treasury 20s. and he owes ½ mark.

Richard de Wikerle rendered account of 1 mark for concealment; in the Treasury 10s. and he owes 40d.

Hugh de Strafford rendered account of 3s. for the same; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Henry de Bradeshahe rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Thomas de Witheton rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 2s. and he owes 4s. 8d.

Adam de Heton rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Richard de Cophul rendered account of 3s. because he did not prosecute; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Richard son of Richard rendered account of ½ mark because he did not have [him for whom he was surety]; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Henry de Bispam rendered account of ½ mark for leave to concord; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Thomas Carpenter rendered account of 2s. because he did not have etc.; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Andrew de Madesle rendered account of 3s. for the same; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Adam de Ardeslaue rendered account of 2s. for the same; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Richard son of Ulf rendered account of 2s. because he did not prosecute; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Roger de Oresgraue rendered account of ½ mark for chattels; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Alan de Halshal rendered account of ½ mark because he withdrew; in the Treasury 40d. and he owes 40d.

Alward de Maghal rendered account of 4s. because he did not have etc.; in the Treasury 2s. and he owes 2s.

Thomas de Melling rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin; in the Treasury 40d. and he owes 40d.

Simon de Maghal rendered account of 4s. because he did not have etc; in the Treasury.

Alan de Melling rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin; in the Treasury 40d. and he owes 40d.

John de Melling rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 4s. and he owes 2s. 8d.

Thomas de Cophul rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 4s. and he owes 2s. 8d.

William son of Thomas rendered account of ½ mark because he withdrew; in the Treasury 5s. and he owes 20d.

Adam de Westle rendered account of 4s. for a false claim; in the Treasury 3s. and he owes 12d.

Adam son of Elyas rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 4s. and he owes 2s. 8d.

Robert son of Ulf rendered account of ½ mark because he did not have etc.; in the Treasury 4s. and he owes 2s. 8d.

Henry de Hale rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin; in the Treasury 40d. and he owes 40d.

Adam son of Adam de Preston rendered account of ½ mark for surety; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Peter de Hepeie rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Pipe Roll, 4 Henry III [1218-19]. No. 64.

Lancastre

William de Rotecliue rendered account of ½ mark for leave to concord; in the Treasury 5s. and he owes 20d.

Adam de Westle rendered account of 12d. for a false claim; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Thomas Gernet rendered account of ½ mark for leave to concord; in the Treasury 5s. and he owes 20d.

Henry Hole rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin; in the Treasury 5s. and he owes 20d.

Adam de Wurmeston rendered account of 2s. for the same; in the Treasury and he is quit.

Henry de Blakeburn rendered account of 4s. for default; in the Treasury 3s. etc.

Walter de Ludescale and his fellows owe 24s. for leave to concord.

Bernard de Dunecanesle owes ½ mark for the same.

John de Dunecanesle owes ½ mark for the same.

Richard de Wikerle owes 40d. for concealment.

Thomas de Witheton owes 4s. 8d. for the same.

Alan de Halshal owes 40d. because he withdrew.

Alward de Maghal owes 2s. because he did not have etc.

Simon de Maghal owes 4s. for the same.

Thomas de Cophull owes 2s. 8d. for disseisin.

William son of Thomas owes 20d. because he withdrew.

Adam son of Elias owes 2s. 8d. for a false claim.

Robert son of Ulf owes 2s. 8d. because he did not have etc.

Henry de Hale owes 40d. for disseisin.

William son of Gospatric owes ½ mark because he did not prosecute.

Henry son of Nicholas owes ½ mark for the same.

Roger Lespiesier owes ½ mark for wine sold.

Hugh son of Hugh owes ½ mark for a false claim.

William Rous (Rufus) owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Henry de Leuer owes ½ mark for the same.

Alexander de Folric owes 4s. for a false claim.

William de Bedeford owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Gilbert son of Adam owes 2s. for the same.

Thomas son of Adam owes 2s. for the same.

Adam de Heuey owes 2s. for the same.

Henry de Bedeford owes 2s. for the same.

Hiche son of Simon owes 2s. for the same.

Alecoe son of Gilbert owes 12d. for the same.

Henry Hauekesheghe owes 2s. for the same.

Thomas de Karington owes 2s. for the same.

Matthew de Karinton owes 2s. for the same.

John son of Palmer owes 2s. for the same.

Waldeve his brother owes 2s. for the same.

Hande de Thirewelle owes 2s. for the same.

William son of Nesta owes 2s. for the same.

Wilkin Rous (Rufus) owes 2s. for the same.

Thomas de Bedeford owes 12d. for the same.

Adam de Hest owes 3s. for purpresture.

Henry son of Elias owes 2s. for unjust detinue.

Roger de Boelton owes 2s. for the same.

Robert son of Gilbert owes 4s. for the same.

Hugh de Haidoc owes 3s. for a false claim.

Stephen le Boteler (pincerna) owes 2s. because he withdrew.

Walter de Hole owes 3s. for surety.

Albin de Algermeles owes 12d. for the same.

Thomas son of Thomas owes ½ mark for leave to concord.

Adam de Oswaldethwihil owes 2s. for surety.

Godefrey de Ulfeston owes 12d. for default.

Roger de Culchit owes 4s. for the same.

Adam de Riston owes 2s. for the same.

Siward son of Gamell owes 2s. for the same.

Adam Ouerprud owes 2s. for the same.

Thomas de Tunstal owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Roger de Tunstal owes ½ mark for the same.

William son of Roger owes ½ mark for the same.

Pipe Roll, 5 Henry III [1220-21]. No. 65.

Lancastre

m. 4 d.

Thomas de Wardhill owes 1 mark for having an enquiry as on Roll 1 of the King [1216–17].

Henry de Rademan owes a third of 10 marks for having a writ, as is there contained [Roll 2, 1217–18].

Robert de Sutton, Thomas Gernet, Walter de Ludreskal and his fellows, Bernard de Duncanesleg, John de Duncanesleg, Richard de Wikerel, Thomas de Witheton, Alan de Halshal, Simon de Maghal, William son of Thomas, Adam son of Elyas, Robert son of Ulf, Henry de Hale, William son of Gospatrick, Henry son of Nicholas, Roger Lespecier, Hugh son of Hugh, William Rous, Henry de Leuer, Alexander de Folric, William de Bedeford, Wilkin Rous, Thomas de Bedeford, Adam de Hest, Henry son of Elyas, Roger de Boelton, Robert son of Gilbert, Stephen le Boteler, Walter de Hole, Albin de Algermeles, Thomas son of Thomas, Adam de Oswaldithwihil, Godfrey de Ulfeston, Roger de Culchit, Adam de Riston, Siward son of Gamel, Adam Ouerprud, Thomas de Tunstal Roger de Tunstal, William son of Roger—debts as on Roll 64.

New Tenders

Hamo de Mascy owes 10 marks for disseisin.

Pipe Roll, 6 Henry III [1221–22]. No. 66.

Lancastre

m. 5 d.

John del Hec, Peter de Helleg, Alexander le Wilde, Thomas de Wardhill, the land of Roger de Munbegun, Henry de Rademan—debts as before.

William son of Maurice rendered account of 40s. amercement of the forest; in the Treasury 30s. and he owes 10s.

The Sheriff rendered account of 10s. small particulars of the forest; in the Treasury. Quit.

Richard de Ribblecestre owes ½ mark of amercement of the forest and 30 marks of fine.

Thomas de Cophill rendered account of ½ mark of amercement. Quit.

Of Amercements

The Sheriff rendered account of:—½ mark of Robert de Sutton; 20d. of Thomas Gernet; 40d. of Richard de Wikerle; 4s. 8d. of Thomas de Witheton; 40d. of Alan de Halshal; 4s. of Simon de Maghal; 2s. 8d. of Robert son of Ulf; 40d. of Henry de Hale; ½ mark of Henry de Leuer; ½ mark of William de Bedeford; 3s. of Adam de Hest; 2s. of Roger de Boelton; 2s. of Stephen le Boteler; 3s. of Walter de Hola; 20d. of Albin de Algermeles; 20d. of Godefrey de Ulueston; 40s. of Roger de Culchit; ½ mark of Thomas de Tunstal; ½ mark of Roger de Tunstal; ½ mark of William son of Roger.

Walter de Ludescales and his fellows, Bernard de Duncanesle, John de Duncanesle, William son of Thomas, Adam son of Elyas, William son of Gospatric, Henry son of Nicholas, Roger Lespecier, Hugh son of Hugh, William Rous, Alexander de Folric, Wilekins Rous, Thomas de Bedeford, Henry son of Elyas, Robert son of Gilbert, Thomas son of Thomas, Adam de Oswaldetwihil, Adam de Riston, Siward son of Gamell, Adam Ouerprud—debts as before.

Of Sums Tendered

Hamo de Mascy owes 10 marks for disseisin.

Pipe Roll, 7 Henry III [1222–23]. No. 67.

Lancastre

m. 10.

John del Hec, Richard de Riblecestre, Alexander le Wilde, the land of Roger de Munbegun (see dorso),—debts as before.

Peter de Helleg rendered account of 20s. of amercement; in the Treasury 10s etc.

William son of Maurice rendered account of 10s. of amercement of the forest. Quit.

Thomas de Wardhill rendered account of 1 mark for having an enquiry. Quit.

Henry de Rademan rendered account of 3 marks 4s. 5d. for having a writ as in Roll 2; in the Treasury 1 mark etc.

The County of Lancastre rendered account of 15s. 8d. for trespass. Quit.

Of Amercements

The Sheriff rendered account of:—½ mark of Bernard de Dunecanesle; ½ mark of John de Duncanesle.

Walter de Ludescall and his fellows, William son of Thomas, Adam son of Elyas, William son of Gospatric— debts as before.

m 10 d.

Henry son of Nicholas, Roger Lespecier, Hugh son of Hugh, William Rous, Alexander Folrich, Wilekin Rous, Thomas de Bedeford, Robert son of Gilbert, Henry son of Elyas, Thomas son of Thomas, Adam de Oswardewill, Adam de Riston, Siward son of Gamel, Adam Ouerprud— debts as before.

The land of Roger de Montbegon rendered account of 6li. of amercement of the forest; in the Treasury 40s. and it owes 4li.

Hamo de Mascy owes 10 marks for disseisin.

Pipe Roll, 9 Henry III [1224–25]. No. 69.

Lancastre

m. 6 d.

John de Hec, Richard de Riblecestre, Alexander le Wilde, Adam son of Elyas, Henry son of Nicholas, Roger Lespecier, William Rous, Wilekin Rous—debts as before.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—10s. of Peter de Hellei; 2 marks 4s. 5d. of Henry de Redman; 24s. of Walter de Ludehal; 20d. of William son of Thomas; ½ mark of William son of Gospatric; ½ mark of Hugh son of Hugh; 4s. of Alexander de Folrich.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—4s. of Robert son of Gillebert; ½ mark of Thomas son of Thomas; 2s. of Adam de Oswardeswisel; 2s. of Adam de Riston; 2s. of Siward son of Gamel; 2s. of Adam Overprud; 4li. of the land of Roger de Montebegon, of amercement of the forest.

Thomas de Bedeford, Henry son of Elyas, Hamo de Masci—debts as before.

New Tenders

Roger de Norton (fn. 1) rendered account of 10 marks for having Justices to take an Assize of Novel disseisin; in the Treasury 6li. and owing 1 mark; and he rendered account of the said debt. Quit.

Simon de Haleshal rendered account of 20s. for leave to concord. Quit.

Roger Gernet rendered account of 1 mark for the same. Quit.

The Sheriff (fn. 1) rendered account of:—1 mark of Gilbert son of William de Notton for disseisin; ½ mark of Roger de Warthus for the same; ½ mark of Richard Cook for the same; ½ mark of John Rut for the same.

Brun (fn. 1) brother of Richard Cook owes ½ mark for the same.

Hugh (fn. 1) Ibaueri owes ½ mark for the same.

Thomas (fn. 1) Dogget owes ½ mark for the same.

Pipe Roll, 10 Henry III [12252–6]. No. 70.

Lancastre

m. 9.

John de Hec owes ½ mark of amercement of the forest.

Richard de Ribblecestre owes 20li. and ½ mark of two debts.

Alexander le Wilde owes 1 mark of amercement.

Alexander de Folrich owes 4s. for false claim.

Adam son of Elyas owes 2s. 8d. for false claim.

Roger Lespicier owes ½ mark for wine sold.

William Rous owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Wilekin Rous owes ½ mark for the same.

Thomas de Bedeford owes 12d. for the same.

Henry son of Elyas owes 2s. for unjust detinue.

Hamo de Mascy owes 10 marks for disseisin.

Brun brother of Richard Cook owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Hugh Ybaueri owes ½ mark for the same.

Thomas Dogget owes ½ mark for the same.

Pipe Roll, 11 Henry III [1226–27]. No. 71.

Lancastre

m. 1.

Richard de Ribbelcestre and Alexander de Folrich— debts as on Roll 70.

Hamo de Masci rendered account of 10 marks for disseisin; in the Treasury 25s. etc.

New Tenders

Robert Greslei owes 5 marks for a false claim and that he was required at Lincoln in the Eyre of Martin de Patishull and his Fellows.

Of Amercements by Martin de Patishull and his fellows [Ranulf fitz Robert, Brian fitz Alan, William de L'isle, Richard Duket and John de Lacy]

The Sheriff rendered account of 311li. 3sd. of amercements of men and vills.

Geoffrey de Glasebroc rendered acconnt of 10s. for default; in the Treasury ½ mark and he owes 40d.

The vill of Hole rendered account of 2 marks because they did not perform suit; in the Treasury 21s. 4d. and they owe 5s. 4d.

Hugh de Teldesle and his fellows rendered account of 10 marks because they withdrew; in the Treasury 7 marks and they owe 3 marks.

Matthew de Aldhulm and his fellows rendered account of 6 marks for the same; in the Treasury 69s. and they owe 11s.

Thomas de Radeschagre rendered account of 20s. for the same; in the Treasury 5s. etc.

Gilbert de Badele rendered account of 1 mark because he married Agnes without license; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

Thomas son of William rendered account of 1 mark for default; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

The vill of Viton rendered account of 20s. because they did not arrest a fugitive; in the Treasury 14s. 8d. etc.

Richard le Waleys rendered account of 1 mark because he did not have [him for whom he was surety]; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

William Clerk of Hamerton rendered account of ½ mark because he did not prosecute; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Walter Waggespere rendered account of ½ mark because he withdrew; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Richard son of Godfrey rendered account of 40s. for having reeveship (preposiura); in the Treasury 17s. etc.

The vill of Taitham rendered account of 40s. for concealment; in the Treasury 17s. etc.

The vill of Hornebi rendered account of 20s. for a false presentment; in the Treasury 10s. etc.

Adam de Middelton rendered account of 1 mark for trespass; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

Simon English (Anglicus) rendered account of 1 mark because he married Alesia; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

Orm de Kellet rendered account of 20s. for having another writ of the King; in the Treasury 10s. etc.

Henry de Walton rendered account of 20s. for trespass; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

Thomas de Biderum rendered account of 1 mark for disseisin; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

Henry de Bradesache rendered account of 10 marks for a false oath; in the Treasury 6li. 40d. etc.

Roger Biker and Walthef rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Robert de Torp and Alan rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Richard Blund and Richard son of Edmund rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Geoffrey son of Sigrith and Robert son of Turbyn rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

William de Bradesche rendered account of 10s. because he did not prosecute; in the Treasury 8s. etc.

Alan de Singelton rendered account of 20s. for leave to concord; in the Treasury 1 mark etc.

Adam de Anuerdal (erased) Unoluesdal rendered account of 1 mark because he withdrew; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

William and Siward de Huntcot rendered account of ½ mark for surety; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

The Abbot of Cocresand rendered account of 20s. because he did not prosecute; in the Treasury 15s. etc.

The County of Lancastre rendered account of 100 marks of fine for amercement; in the Treasury 28li. 2s. 11d. and owing 38li. 10s. 5d.

Alan de Bikerstad rendered account of ½ mark for surety; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Simon de Crosseby rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Richard de Heisham and Richard son of Fulc rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

William Smith of Standis rendered account of ½ mark because he did not prosecute; in the Treasury 5s. etc.

Robert de Claiton rendered account of ½ mark for surety; in the Treasury 3s. etc.

Gilbert de Kellet rendered account of 30 marks for false oath; in the Treasury 16li. ½ mark and he owes 5½ marks.

Roger Gernet rendered account of 16 marks for the same; in the Treasury 10li. etc.

John Gernet rendered account of 24 marks for the same; in the Treasury 15li. ½ mark etc.

Alexander de Pilkinton rendered account of 25 marks for the same; in the Treasury 13li. ½ mark and he owes 60s.

Adam de Houton owes ½ mark because he did not have Alexander de Coleuia and Roger Stalebond for whom he was surety and manucaptor in Lounesdal.

William Reeve of Schardeburne owes ½ mark because he did not prosecute.

Pipe Roll, 12 Henry III [1227–28]. No. 72.

Lancastre

m. 15.

Hamo de Masci rendered account of 108s. 4d. for disseisin. Quit.

Of Amercements by Martin de Patishull and his fellows

The Sheriff rendered account of 21li. 3s. 8d. of amercements of men and vills to whose names is put the letter T in the Roll preceding. In the Treasury 34li. 13s.; surplus 13li. 9s. 4d., allowed below.

The Sheriff rendered account of 23li. 40d. of amercements of men to whose names are put the letters T.D. in the Roll which the aforesaid delivered into the Treasury; in the Treasury 13li. 17s. 7½d. and surplus as he had before 13li. 9s. 4d. and he has surplus 4li. 3s. 7½d. etc. etc.

Thomas de Radescagre rendered account of 15s. for withdrawing; in the Treasury 10s. etc.

The County of Lancastre rendered account of 38li. 10s. 5d. of fines and amercements; in the Treasury 22li. 10s. 5d. etc.

Henry son of William rendered account of ½ mark; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Geoffrey de Brideshull rendered account of ½ mark; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Elyas son of Swane rendered account of ½ mark for surety; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Adam son of Roger rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Thomas de Lostoc owes ½ mark for not having Cecily [for whom he was surety].

Richard de Paris owes ½ mark for surety of Robert Ree.

Richard de Blakeburne owes ½ mark for the same.

Geoffrey de Dutton owes ½ mark for default.

William son of Uctred owes ½ mark for surety of Matilda.

William son of Turbern and Robert son of Henry owe ½ mark for chattels.

Adam son of Ketel de Wytinton owes ½ mark for default.

Reginald de Ergum owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Adam de Houton rendered account of ½ mark because he did not have Alexander Coleuia and Roger Stalebond for whom he was surety.

William Reeve (praepositus) of Schardebarne owes ½ mark because he did not prosecute.

New Tenders

Gilbert son of William owes 1 mark for disseisin.

Roger de Barton owes ½ mark for the same.

Hugh Surdus owes ½ mark for the same.

Richard Cook and Brun his brother owe ½ mark for the same.

Hugh Dauer owes ½ mark for the same.

John Knight owes ½ mark for the same.

Pipe Roll, 13 Henry III [1228–29]. No. 73.

Lancastre

m. 11.

Thomas de Radessawe owes 5s. because he withdrew.

Of Amercements

The Sheriff rendered account of 40s. of amercements of persons whose names are marked T on the preceding Roll.

Richard de Parisuis owes ½ mark for surety.

Richard de Blakeburn owes ½ mark for surety.

Geoffrey de Dutton owes ½ mark for default.

William son of Ucthred owes ½ mark for surety.

William Turbern and Robert son of Henry owe ½ mark of chattels.

William Reeve of Scardeburn owes ½ mark because he did not prosecute.

Gilbert son of William, Roger de Barton, Richard Cook and Brun his brother, Hugh Dauer and John Knit—debts as in Roll 72.

New Tenders

William Russel rendered account of 5 marks for having 4 Justices to take an Assize of Novel disseisin re a tenement in Northmeles.

Roger de Barton rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin. Quit.

Pipe Roll, 14 Henry III [1229–30]. No. 74.

Lancastre

m. 16 d.

Thomas de Bradesaye owes 5s. because he withdrew.

Hugh Surdus owes ½ mark for disseisin.

New Tenders

Richard de Mida rendered account of 2 marks for a false claim. Quit.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—½ mark of William Bussell because he withdrew; ½ mark of John deu Le for surety; ½ mark of William son of Uhtdred for the same.

Pipe Roll, 15 Henry III [1230–31]. No. 75.

Lancastre

m. 17 d.

Thomas de Bradesseye owes 5s. because he withdrew.

Walter Mutun and Amabel his wife owe ½ mark for having a writ.

Pipe Roll, 16 Henry III [1231–32]. No. 76.

Lancastre

m. 13.

Robert [sic] de Bradeschawe owes 5s. because he withdrew.

Richard de Ribblecestre owes 30½ marks of fine and amercement.

Walter de Mutun and Amabel his wife rendered account of ½ mark for having a writ. Quit.

New Tenders

The Abbot of Furness owes 5 marks for receiving into the religious habit Peter de Wareshop, appealed of his limbs, without license of the King, before he was acquitted.

The Prior of Lancastre owes 2 marks for false claim.

William de Carlton owes ½ mark fine for trespass.

Adam de Byry owes ½ mark for the same.

Adam de Coupmainewra owes ½ mark for the same.

These five were demanded on the Roll of S. de Segraue and his fellows in Nottingham and Derby.

Pipe Roll, 17 Henry III [1232–33]. No. 77.

Lancastre

m. 10.

Robert de Bradeschawe, Richard de Ribblecestre—debts as before.

Of Sums Tendered

The Abbot of Furness rendered account of 5 marks for receiving into religion Peter de Warestoph as on the preceding Roll. Quit.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—2 marks of the Prior of Lancaster; ½ mark of William de Carleton; ½ mark of Adam de Byry.

Pipe Roll, 18 Henry III [1233–34]. No. 78.

Lancastre

m. 14.

Robert de Bradeschawe, Richard de Ribbelcestre—debts as before.

Adam de Copmanneware rendered account of 20d. for a false claim. Quit.

New Tenders

William de Lancastre rendered account of 20 marks for unjust detinue from Robert de Kima. Quit.

Pipe Roll, 19 Henry III [1234–35]. No. 79.

Lancastre

m. 4 d.

Robert de Bradeschawe, Richard de Ribbelcestre—debts as before.

Amercements assigned by William de Ebor and his fellows [Roger Bertram, Robert de Ros and Richard de Levington]

The Sheriff rendered account of 34li. 17s. 8d. of amercements of men and vills to whose names is put the letter T in the Roll which the aforesaid [Justices] delivered into the Treasury; in the Treasury 38li. 14s. 11d., surplus 77s. 3d. which is allotted above etc.

The Earl de Ferrars rendered account of 11 marks and 6d. for chattels of Henry de Ouerton; in the Treasury 6li. etc.

Henry de Langele rendered account of 20 marks for having an enquiry; in the Treasury 12li. etc.

The said Earl owes 32s. 6d. for chattels of Roger, a fugitive; and 14li. 4d. for chattels of Thomas Turnehurst, a fugitive; 29s. for chattels of Henry Stire, a fugitive.

The said Earl rendered account of 13s. 6d. for chattels of William, a fugitive. Quit.

William Blund owes ½ mark fine for having the land of Adam le Lorimer, a fugitive, to farm.

Adam de Copmanwra owes ½ mark for having a messuage to farm.

Alice de Hydewine owes ½ mark for having treasure trove (inventione).

Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Siward son of Alexander owe ½ mark for not having etc.

Gilbert de Totington owes ½ mark for the same.

Henry de Mundene owes 53li. and ½ mark for 2 debts of Roger de Montbegon.

Pipe Roll, 20 Henry III [1235–36]. No. 80.

Lancastre

m. 7 d.

The Earl de Ferrars rendered account of 18li. 9s. for chattels of several men as contained in the preceding Roll; in the Treasury 30s. 6d. etc.

Henry de Langeleg rendered account of 2 marks fine for having an enquiry; in the Treasury 19s. etc.

William Blund rendered account of ½ mark fine as in the last Roll. Quit.

Adam de Copmanwra rendered account of ½ mark fine. Quit.

Henry de Muneden, Robert de Bradeschawe, Richard de Ribbelcestre, Alice de Hydewine, Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Syward son of Alexander—debts as before.

New Tenders

Hugh de Ros of Thyd owes 7li. 9s. 8d. for several debts, as demanded in com. Lincoln.

Pipe Roll, 21 Henry III [1236–37]. No. 81.

Lancastre

m. 9 d.

The Earl de Ferrars, Henry de Langele, Robert de Bradeschawe, Richard de Ribbelcestre, Alice de Hydewine, Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Syward son of Alexander—debts as before.

Hugh de Ros of Tud rendered account of 7li. 9s. 8d. for several debts; in the Treasury 4 marks etc.

New Tenders

The Abbot of Chokersand owes 1 mark for unjust impediment.

John de Mara owes ½ mark for having a writ.

Ralph de Mitton owes 20s. because he did not prosecute.

Geoffrey de Chetham rendered account of ½ mark for leave to concord. Quit.

Pipe Roll, 22 Henry III [1237–38]. No. 82.

Lancastre

m. 13 d.

The Earl de Ferrars, Henry de Langeleg, Robert de Bradechawe, Richard de Ribbelcestre, Alice de Hydewine, Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Syward son of Alexander—debts as before.

Hugh de Ros of Tidde rendered account of 4li. 6s. 4d. for several debts; in the Treasury 1 mark etc.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—1 mark of the Abbot of Cokersand of fine; 20s. of Ralph de Mitton because he did not prosecute; ½ mark of John de Mora for having a writ.

New Tenders

[Torn] de Heton rendered account of 5 marks for disseisin. Quit.

Adam son of John rendered account of 100s. for having a writ. Quit.

[Torn] de Lathum rendered account of 40s. fine for leave to concord. Quit.

Richard de Cophill rendered account of ½ mark for unjust detinue. Quit.

Walter de Wellinour owes ½ mark for trespass.

Richard son of Walter de Wellingour owes ½ mark for surety.

Pipe Roll, 23 Henry III [1238–39]. No. 83.

Lancastre

The Earl de Ferrars, Henry de Langele, Robert de Bradechawe, Richard de Ribbelcestre, Alice de Hydewine— debts as before.

Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Syward son of Alexander rendered account of ½ mark for not having etc.; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Hugh de Ros of Tidd owes 73s. for several debts.

New Tenders

William le Noreis of Horton rendered account of 1 mark of amercement. Quit.

Thomas de Grelly owes 40s. of fine for leave to concord.

Pipe Roll, 24 Henry III [1239–40]. No. 84.

Lancastre

m. 1 d.

William le Blund owes 2s. for farming the land which belonged to Adam le Lorimer, and 10s. for the same for 5 years past. But it is recorded by William de Ebor, who was Justice in Eyre in this county for the year 19 [Henry III], that Adam le Lorimer returned to the King's peace and recovered his land before the said William [de Ebor]; and so he [William le Blund] ought not to be summoned because it was not escheat of the King.

Henry de Langele, Robert de Bradechawe, Richard de Ribbelcestre—debts as before.

The Earl de Ferrars owes as on Roll 79 and 10 marks for venison taken without warrant.

Hugh de Ros of Tidd—debts as before.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—½ mark of Richard de Alreton for respite; ½ mark for Richard son of Walter de Wellingour for surety.

Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Syward son of Alexander owe 40d. for not having etc.

Hugh, chaplain of Wallingoure, owes ½ mark for trespass.

Thomas de Gresley owes 40s. of fine for leave to concord.

Sums Tendered

Adam de Byry rendered account of [sic] 10 marks for disseisin.

Pipe Roll, 25 Henry III [1240–41]. No. 85.

Lancastre

Henry de Langele, Robert de Bradechawe, Richard de Ribbelcestre, the Earl de Ferrars, Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh de Ros of Tidd, Richard son of Walter de Wallingour, Hugh, chaplain of Wellingour, Thomas de Gresley—debts as before.

Alice de Hydewine rendered account of ½ mark for treasure trove; in the Treasury by the Sheriff of Northampton, so she is quit.

New Tenders

The Earl de Ferrars owes 10 marks for venison taken without warrant.

Pipe Roll, 26 Henry III [1241–41]. No. 86.

Lancastre

m. 2 d.

The Earl de Ferrars, Hugh de Ros of Tid, Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh, chaplain of Wellingour, Thomas de Grelley—debts as before.

Adam de Byiry rendered account of 10 marks for disseisin. Quit.

New Tenders

William son of William rendered account of 1 mark for not having etc. Quit.

Alan le Norreis rendered account of ½ mark for leave to concord. Quit.

William de Biggetheit rendered account of 1 mark for not having etc. Quit.

Of Amercements by Robert de Lexinton and his fellows [Ralph de Sulleg, William de Culeworth and Jolland de Nevill]

The Sheriff rendered account of 365li. 17s. 1d. of amercements of men and vills to whose names is put the letter T on the Roll which the aforesaid [Justices] delivered into the Treasury; in the Treasury 362li. 6s. 9½d. etc.

The whole County outside the land of the Abbot of Furness rendered account of 100li. of fine; in the Treasury 94li. 10s. 3½d. and owing 109s. 8½d.

Robert de Hilton rendered account of 400 marks of fine for several trespasses; sureties, Robert de Lathum and others; in the Treasury 100li 3s. 11½d. etc.

William, Earl de Ferrars rendered account of 8li. 8s. for the chattels of Roger de Falehurst; in the Treasury [sic].

[Robert] de Schorwurth rendered account of 5 marks of fine for trespass; sureties, Robert de Lathum and Roger de Bradeshawe.

The debts of this Eyre are not on the Roll.

Pipe Roll, 27 Henry III [1242-43]. No. 87.

Lancastre

m. 10.

Henry de Langele, Richard de Ribbelcestre, Hugh de Ros, Alexander son of Elyas and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh, chaplain of Wallingour—debts as before.

Robert de Bradschawe rendered account of 5s. because he withdrew. Quit.

Thomas Greslee rendered account of 40s. fine for leave to concord. Quit.

Amercements by Robert de Lexinton

The Sheriff rendered account of 70s. 3½d. residue of sum total as in preceding Roll etc.

The whole County rendered account of 109s. 8½d. of fine; in the Treasury 63s. 11d. etc.

Robert de Hilton rendered account of 166li. 9s. 4½d. of fine for several trespasses; in the Treasury 120li. 18s. 10d. etc.

William, Earl de Ferrars, rendered account of 8li. 6s. for chattels of Roger de Falchurst; in the Treasury 6li. 12s. etc.

Robert de Schorwuith rendered account of 5 marks fine for trespass; in the Treasury 59s. 11½d. etc.

The Sheriff rendered account of 33li. 9s. 10d. and 1 mark of amercements of men and vills to whose names is put the letter T and the letter D in the Roll of the same Eyre; in the Treasury 28li. 7s. 9d. etc.

William, Earl de Ferrars, owes 35li. 6s. 2d. for chattels of several persons as in the Roll of the same Eyre.

The debts and payments of this Eyre are not on the Roll.

New Tenders

Alan de Merland and Alan de Spotland rendered account of ½ mark for having a writ. Quit.

Pipe Roll, 28 Henry III [1243-44]. No. 88.

Lancastre

m. 1 d.

Henry de Langeleg, Richard de Ribbelcestre, Hugh de Ros, Alexander son of Elyas and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh, chaplain of Wellingour—debts as before.

The Sheriff owes 70s. 3½d. etc. as on Roll 26 [Henry III].

The whole County rendered account of 45s. 9d. of fine; in the Treasury 17s. 3d. etc.

Robert de Hilton rendered account of 45li. 10s. 6d. for several trespasses; in the Treasury 8li. etc.

William, Earl de Ferrars, rendered account of 45s. chattels of Roger de Falchurst and 35li. 6s. 2d. chattels of several persons as in the preceding Roll and for evasions; in the Treasury 16li. etc.

Robert de Schorwurth rendered account of 6s. 8½d. fine for trespass. Quit.

New Tenders

Robert de Crumpton, Adam Dun, Gilbert de Birton and their fellows rendered account of 2 marks for having a writ; in the Treasury 1 mark.

Pipe Roll, 29 Henry III [1244-45]. No. 89.

Lancastre

m. 10.

Henry de Langele, Richard de Ribbelcestre, Hugh de Ros, Alexander son of Elyas and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh, chaplain of Wellingour—debts as before.

Amercements by Robert de Lexinton

The Sheriff owes 70s. 3½d. etc., the whole County owe 28s. 6d.—as before.

Robert de Hilton rendered account of 37li. 10s. 6d. etc.; in the Treasury 4li. 11s. 8d. etc.

William de Ferrars owes 21li. 11s. 2d. for chattels.

The Sheriff rendered account of 4li. 11d. of amercements of men to whose names the letters T.D. are put etc.

New Tenders

Alice de Winewic rendered account of 20s. for having a precept, and of ½ mark for leave to concord; in the Treasury 20s. etc.

Henry de Stanediss rendered account of 1 mark for having a certain writ. Quit.

Pipe Roll, 30 Henry III [1245-46]. No. 90.

Lancastre

m. 12 d.

Henry de Langele and others—debts as before.

Amercements by Robert de Lexinton

The Sheriff owes 70s. 3½d.; the whole County, outside Furness, owes 28s. 6d.; Robert de Hilton owes 32li. 18s. 10d. etc., of which the Sheriff answers below for 110s.; William Earl de Ferrars owes 21li. 11s. 2d. etc.

The Sheriff rendered account of 2 marks of amercements of men to whose names are put the letters T.D. with 2 stops under, in the Roll of the said Eyre.

Of Sums Tendered

Alice de Wynewic owes ½ mark of 2 debts as in the preceding Roll.

New Tenders

Henry de Munckeden owes 2 marks for having a writ.

Adam de Blakeburne owes ½ mark for leave to concord; surety, William Rous [Ruffi] of Rudington.

Jose de Flet owes 5 marks for trespass.

The vill of Wygetoft of the fee of Lancastre owes 20s. for the same.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—1 mark of William son of Thomas for unjust detinue; 1 mark of Peter de Burnhull for leave to concord; ½ mark of Alice de Singelton for the same.

Richard de Alreton owes 1 mark for default.

Ralph de Hophay and Henry brother of Henry de Walleye owe ½ mark for not having etc.

William de Perinton owes 1 mark for leave to concord.

Robert son of Adam de Crumpton and Henry son of Wenne owe 10s. of chattels.

The vill of Aldholm owes 1 mark for trespass.

The vill of Shalgarth owes 1 mark for the same.

Henry son of Peter de Merclkesdene owes 1 mark because he did not prosecute.

The vill of Cliderchou owes 2 marks for not taking William.

William son of Richard de Ailthaweyt owes 1 mark for unjust detinue.

Thomas de Siurdeles owes 1 mark for leave to concord.

Pipe Roll, 32 Henry III [1247-48]. No. 92.

Lancastre

m. 8 d.

Henry de Langele and others—debts as before.

Of Amercements by Robert de Lexinton

The whole County outside the territory of the Abbot of Furneis owes 28s. 6d. of fine.

Robert de Hilton owes 27li. 8s. 10d. of fine for many trespasses.

The debts and payments of this Eyre are not on the Roll.

Of Sums Tendered

Josc de Flet rendered account of 5 marks for trespass; in the Treasury 25s. etc.

Thomas de Syuerdal owes 1 mark for leave to concord; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

The vill of Wygetoft of the fee of Lancastre owes 20s. for the same.

Richard de Aliereton owes 1 mark for default.

Ralph de Hephay and Henry son of Henry de Wallay owe ½ mark for not having [him for whom they were sureties].

William de Perinton owes 1 mark for leave to concord.

William son of Richard de Ailhewayt owes 1 mark for unjust detinue.

New Tenders

m. 3 d.

Roger de Tid owes 2 marks for trespass.

Richard son of Ralph de Flet owes ½ mark for having an Assize.

Robert de Lathum owes 20 marks for leave to concord.

Henry de Lacy owes 1 mark for pledge of Cecily de Columbar, 1 mark for leave to concord and 40s. for the same, by surety of John Tete.

John de Plumstude owes 1 mark for the same, by surety of John de Orreby.

Josc de Flete owes 1 mark for surety.

Arnald son of Adam de Swyneheued owes ½ mark because he did not prosecute.

Lawrence son of Walter de Flet owes ½ mark for surety.

Josc son of Thomas de Flet owes ½ mark because he did not prosecute.

Henry de Muneweden owes 1 mark of fine for having chattels by surety of Robert de Brinsfrant, and the surety of the said Henry owes 1 mark for his flight.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—½ mark of Robert de Thornton for not coming; ½ mark of Martin son of Hugh for surety; ½ mark of William son of Ralph for the same.

100s. of William Smith for trespass.

Robert de Thoreheued of Nauenby and William his brother owe 15 marks of fine for trespass, by surety of Geoffrey de Paris, Henry Pollard and others

Roger de Diua in Wellingho and Outy de Diue owe ½ mark for not having etc.

Gilbert Flori of Wellinghoure and Peter son of Reginald de Lincoln owe ½ mark for the same.

Alan Birun owes ½ mark for wine sold.

Thomas le Vineter of Flet owes 40s. for the same.

Robert Page owes ½ mark for the same.

Luke le Vunter of Flet owes ½ mark for the same.

The vill of Walesby owes 1 mark for trespass.

Henry de Moneweden owes 1 mark for leave to concord.

The vill of Butham owes 1 mark for trespass.

Roger de Kerneford owes 1 mark for unjust detinue.

Avice daughter of Howyes owes 20s. for the same.

Thomas le Birciler owes 1 mark for the same.

Edith de Kerneford owes 1 mark for the same.

Adam de parva Ecleston owes 1 mark for the same.

Of Amercements by Roger de Turkelby and his fellows [Gilbert de Preston, Master Simon de Wanton and John de Cobham]

The Sheriff rendered account of 589li. 12s. 2d. of amercements of men and vills to whose names the letter T is prefixed in the Roll of the said Eyre delivered into the Treasury; in the Treasury 712li. 14s. ½d. and he has surplus 123li. 1s. 10½d. of which 98li. 7s. 6½d. is allotted below and 20li. is the debt of Matilda de Blakeburn and all the residue is in the following Roll.

The whole County of Lancastre, outside the liberties, rendered account of 100li. of fine before Judgment.

Matilda de Blakeburn, of fine for herself and her sons, rendered account of 60 marks for the burning of the Grange of the Abbot of Stanlawe; sureties, Adam Noel and others, as in the Roll of the Eyre.

Robert de Hilton, of fine for himself and his son, rendered account of 60 marks that they might return to the King's peace; sureties, Augustine Wood (de bosco) and others; in the Treasury 20 marks and he owes 40 marks.

The debts of this Eyre are not on the Roll.

Pipe Roll, 33 Henry III [1248-49]. No. 93.

Lancastre

Henry de Langele, Richard de Ribbelcestre, Hugh de Ros, Alexander son of Elyas and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh chaplain of Wellingoure—debts as before.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—½ mark of Byll de Thornham because he did not have etc.; ½ mark of Brun de Barton for avowry [advocare]; ½ mark of Henry Wythand because he did not have etc.; ½ mark of Richard de Singelton for disseisin; and Brun de Barton owes ½ mark for avowry.

Amercements by Robert de Lexinton

The whole County outside the land of the Abbot of Furness owe 28s. 6d. of fine.

Robert de Hilton rendered account of 27li 8s. 10d. of fine for several trespasses.

Josc de Flet, Thomas de Syurdele, Richard de Aluerton, Ralph de Hophay and Henry son of Henry de Wallaye, William son of Richard de Ailheweyt—debts as before.

Of Sums Tendered

Roger de Tid, Richard son of Ralph de Flet, Henry de Lacu, John de Plumstud, Josc de Flet, Arnald son of Adam de Swyneheued, Lawrence son of Walter de Flet, Josc son of Thomas de Flet, Henry de Moneweden, Roger de Diue and Outy de Diua, Gilbert Flori and Peter son of Reginald de Lincoln, Alan Byrun, Robert Page, Luke le Vunter, the vill of Walesby, the vill of Butham, Roger de Kerneford, Avice daughter of Howyes—debts as before.

Robert de Thoreheued of Nauenby and William his brother rendered amount of 15 marks of fine for trespass; sureties, Geoffrey de Paris and others; in the Treasury 6li. ½ mark etc.

Amercements by Roger de Turkelby

The whole County of Lancastre rendered account of 32s. 5½d. of fine before Judgment etc.

Robert de Hilton rendered account of 40 marks fine for himself and his son etc.; in the Treasury 10 marks by Adam de Farnworth etc.

William de Lancastre owes 4 marks which he received from William de Tunstal for trespass and 17li. which he received from persons indicted, that they might return to the King's peace; but the heirs of the said William answer for it below.

Hugh son of Ranulph owes 40s. for disseisin.

The Sheriff rendered account of 47li. 5s. of amercements of men to whose names are put the letters T D in the Roll of the said Eyre etc.

Pipe Roll, 35 Henry III [1250-51]. No. 95.

Lancastre

m. 16.

Richard de Ribbelcestre, Henry de Langele, Hugh de Ros, Alexander son of Elyas and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh chaplain of Wellingoure—debts as before.

Osbert Eylond and William Sprot rendered account of ½ mark because they did not have etc. Quit.

Amercements by Robert de Lexinton

The whole County outside the liberties of the Abbot of Furness rendered account of 28s. 6d. of fine. Quit.

Robert de Hilton rendered account of 27li. 8s. 10d. of fine for several trespasses; in the Treasury 13li. and ½ mark etc.

Roger son of Morewyd rendered account of ½ mark for surety. Quit.

Thomas de Siuerdel rendered account of ½ mark for leave to concord. Quit.

Ralph de Hopay and Henry son of Henry de Whalley rendered account of ½ mark because they did not have etc.; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

William son of Richard de Aylueyt rendered account of 1 mark for unjust detinue. Quit.

The Sheriff rendered account of 50li. and ½ mark debts of several persons etc.

Avice daughter of Howyes rendered account of 20s. for unjust detinue; in the Treasury 1 mark etc.

Josc de Flet, Richard de Alreton, Roger de Tid, Richard son of Ralph de Flet, Henry de Lacu, Josc de Flet, Josc son of Thomas de Flet, Henry de Munweden, Roger de Diua, Outy de Diua, Gilbert Fluri and Peter son of Reginald de Lincoln, Luke le Vunter, the vill of Wallesby, Robert Page, Robert de Toreheued and William his brother —debts as before.

Amercements by Roger de Turkelby

The whole County outside the liberties rendered account of 32s. 5½d. for fine before Judgment; in the Treasury 24s. 8½d. etc.

Robert de Hilton, Hugh son of Ranulph—debts as before.

Richard de Boxhale and John Yetgate rendered account of ½ mark for surety.

Gilbert son of Gilbert rendered account of ½ mark for not coming; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Gemme brother of Gilbert rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury, 40d. etc.

John de Gairstang and Robert de Gairstang rendered account of ½ mark for surety.

John son of Stephen for not coming and Henry son of Robert de Riddelton [Ribbleton] rendered account of ½ mark.

The Sheriff rendered account of 8li. 10s. amercements of men marked in the Roll of the Eyre etc.

New Tenders

Thomas de Moleton rendered account of 1 mark for having a writ. Quit.

Gilbert de Barton owes 40s. for having a writ.

Henry de Notingham owes 1 mark for having respite.

Benedict Gernet owes 1 mark for having a writ.

Oliver de Odingeseles owes 1 mark for the same.

William del Esteir owes 1 mark because he did not have etc.

Roger son of Silvester de Oresby owes ½ mark for the same.

Adam de Gnohusleg rendered account of 20s. for having respite. Quit.

The Sheriff rendered account of 3½ marks of amercements of men to whose names etc. in the Roll of amercements Coram Rege beginning in the year 33.

Geoffrey son of Warin de Ouerton rendered account of ½ mark because he did not have etc.; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

Of Pleas of the Forest by Geoffrey de Langele and his fellows

The Sheriff rendered account of 333li. 15s. 4d. of amercements of men and vills marked T in the Roll which the aforesaid Justices delivered into the Treasury.

The heirs of William de Lancastre owe 8li. for the escape of Alecocc son of Richard imprisoned and for game trespass.

Adam de Hocton rendered account of 10li. fine for several trespasses.

The Knights and free tenants of the County of Lancaster who held lands within the bounds of the forests rendered accounts of 100li. of fine for having respite to Coram Rege of certain articles whereof they claim liberties by Charters of the King's ancestors; in the Treasury 68li. 2s. etc.

Thomas de Coupmanwra owes 5 marks for disseisin; sureties, Adam de Hocton and Adam de Bradekirk.

Pipe Roll, 37 Henry III [1252-53]. No. 97.

Lancastre

m. 11.

Richard de Ribbelcestre, Alexander son of Elyas and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh, chaplain of Wellingoure— debts as before.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—8s. 8d. of Henry de Langele for having an enquiry; 73s. of Hugh de Ros de Tid for several debts; ½ mark of William son of William for withdrawing.

William Sprot owes 40d. because he did not have etc.

Henry de Westel owes ½ mark for not coming.

John son of Philip de Gernestak owes ½ mark for surety.

Henry Longesoc owes ½ mark for trespass.

Gilbert son of Geoffrey de Calne owes ½ mark for disseisin.

The payments of the Eyre of Robert de Lexinton are not on the Roll.

Robert de Hilton, Robert de Hophay and Henry son of Henry de Walleye, Josc de Flet, Richard de Alreton— debts as before.

The Sheriff owes and accounts for:—1 mark of Henry de Laen; ½ mark of Gilbert Flori and his fellows for not having etc; 1 mark of the vill of Walesby; ½ mark of Avice daughter of Howyes; 8s. 9d. of the whole County of Lancastre for fine before Judgment.

Roger de Tid, Richard son of Ralph de Flet, Josc de Flet, Henry de Mungden, Roger de Diue, Otewy de Diua, Luke le Vineter of Flet, Robert Page, Robert de Thoreheued of Naueneby and William his brother—debts as before.

Amercements by Roger de Turkelby

Roger de Hilton—debt as before

Hugh son of Ranulph rendered account of 40s. for disseisin. Quit.

John de Gayrstan and Robert de Gayrstan, Gilbert son of Gilbert, John son of Stephen, Henry son of Robert de Ribbelton, Gemme son of Gilbert—debts as before.

Robert de Boxhale and John de Ytedgate rendered account of ½ mark for surety; in the Treasury 40d. by Richard, and John owes 40d.

Thomas de Bethum owes 5 marks of fine for leave to concord.

Matthew de Rademan and Robert de Coyners owe 5 marks of fine for the same.

William son of Thomas de Thunstall owes 20s. for the same; surety, William son of William.

The Sheriff rendered account of 7 marks of amercement of men to whose names are put the letters T D and 2 stops in the Roll of the Eyre.

The debts of the Eyre are not on the Roll.

New Tenders

The Sheriff rendered account of:—20s. of John de Cancefeud for having a writ; 20 marks of Thomas de Copmanwra for trespass; 20s. of Robert de Stokeport and Ralph de Bethum for having a writ; 1 mark of Jordan de Hulton for the same; 1 mark of Robert Banastre for the same; 1 mark of William de Furness for the same; ½ mark of Adam de Farnworth for having respite; 20s. of John de Clayton for having a writ: 20s. of Ralph de Mitton for the same; 1 mark of Geoffrey de Chetham for the same; 20s. of Thomas de Barlowe for the same.

Alice de Rissendon owes 1 mark for having an Assize.

Henry de Barton owes ½ mark for not having etc.

Richard Reeve of Salford owes ½ mark for the same.

Hugh son of Geoffrey de Selford owes ½ mark for the same.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—1 mark of Roger Gerneth for leave to concord; ½ mark of Benedict Gerneth for the same; ½ mark of Richard de Fordes for not having etc.; 40s. of amercements of men marked T in the Roll of Amercements Coram Rege in the year 34; ½ mark of John son of Alice for unjust detinue; 2 marks of William de Singelton for leave to concord; ½ mark of William de Penket for not having etc.; ½ mark of Robert de Upton for the same; ½ mark of Robert son of Walter for the same; 20s. of John de Cancefeld for leave to concord; 7s. of the chattels of Alan de Gledeclif, a fugitive.

William de Ferrars, Earl of Derby, owes 40s. for leave to concord and 1 mark for similar leave.

Matilda daughter of Richard de Newton owes ½ mark for unjust detinue.

Gilbert de Barton owes 40s. for trespass.

Pipe Roll, 39 Henry III [1254-55]. No. 99

Lancastre

m. 6.

Richard de Ribbelcestre, Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh, chaplain of Wellingoure, William Sprot, Henry de Westele, John son of Philip de Gernestok, Henry Longestoc, William son of Geoffrey de Caln, Robert de Hilton—debts as before.

Richard de Aluerton rendered account of 1 mark for default. Quit.

Roger de Tid, Richard son of Ralph de Flet, Josc de Flet, Henry de Mungden, Roger de Diue and Ottewy de Diue, Luke le Vineter of Flet, Robert Page, Robert de Thorheued and William his brother (sureties for Geoffrey de Par and others), Robert de Hilton—debts as before.

m. 6 d.

John de Gayrstan, Robert de Gayrstan, Gilbert son of Gilbert, John son of Stephen, Henry son of Robert de Ribbelton, Gemme son of Gilbert, John de Ytedgate, Thomas de Bethum, William son of Thomas de Tunstall—debts as before.

Matthew de Redeman and Robert de Coyners rendered account of 5 marks of fine for leave to concord; in the Treasury 2½ marks by Robert, and Matthew owes 2½ marks.

Gilbert de Barton, Henry de Nottingham, William del Esteyr, Roger son of Silvester de Orresby—debts as before.

Of Sums Tendered

The Sheriff rendered account of 16li. and 1 mark debts of divers persons as contained in Roll 37 etc.

Alice de Rissenden, Henry de Barton, Richard Reeve of Selford, Hugh son of Geoffrey de Selford, William, Earl de Ferrars, Matilda daughter of Richard de Neuton, Gilbert de Barton—debts as before.

New Tenders

Ralph de Mitton owes 1 mark for having respite.

Hugh de Freskenay owes 1 mark for having a writ.

John de Kirkelaund owes 20s. for having an Assize.

John de la Mare owes 1 mark for the same.

Richard, parson of Hitton, owes ½ mark for leave to concord; surety, Richard son of Robert de Prestcote.

Gilbert de Barton owes ½ mark for leave to concord; surety, Adam de Farneworth.

Robert de Hilton owes ½ mark because he did not prosecute.

Adam de Knousle owes ½ mark of fine for having a Jury.

Matilda daughter of Richard de Neuton owes ½ mark for unjust detinue.

The Sheriff rendered account of:—1 mark of the Abbot of Cokersand for having a writ; ½ mark of Adam de Byrkestate for the same; ½ mark of John de Heryz for the same.

Pipe Roll, 41 Henry III [1256-57]. No. 101.

Lancastre

m. 18 d.

William Sprot, Henry de Westle, John son of Philip de Gernestok, Henry Longestoc, William son of Geoffrey de Calne, Henry de Munden, Josc de Flet, Roger de Tyd, Richard son of Ralph de Flet, Josc de Flet Henry de Mungden, Roger de Diue and Ottewy de Diue, Luke le Vineter, Robert Page, Robert de Thorheued of Naueneby and William his brother—debts as before.

Of Amercements by Roger de Turkelby

Robert [erased] Jordan de Hilton rendered account of 34li. 2s. 2d. of 2 debts contained in Roll 39 [1254-55]; in the Treasury 10 marks and he owes 27li. 8s. 10d.

Matthew de Rademan rendered account of 10li. 9s. balance of a certain sum total contained in Roll 39, and of 2 marks fine for leave to concord; in the Treasury 62s. 4d. and he owes 9li.—see below.

John de Gayrstan and Robert de Gayrstan, Gilbert son of Gilbert, John son of Stephen, Henry son of Robert de Ribbelton, Gemme son of Gilbert, John de Ytedgate, Thomas de Bethun, William son of Thomas de Tunstall— debts as before.

Walter de Lindese owes 3196li. 10s. 7½d. of the debt of William de Lancastre, as contained in Roll 33 [1248-49].

Matthew de Rademan owes 9li. for 2 debts as above, of which the Prior of the Hospital of S. John of Jerusalem owes 6li. of fine for certain of his men as contained in the Roll of the forty-second year [1257-58] and he [Matthew de Redman] owes 60s.

Gilbert de Barton, Henry de Nottingham, William del Esteyr, Roger son of Silvester de Oresby—debts as before.

Hull brother of William son of Avice de Elhal owes 2s. because he came not.

John brother of William de Likeheued owes 2s. because he did not have etc.

Alice de Rissenden, Henry de Barton, Michael Reeve of Salford, Hugh son of Geoffrey de Salford, William, Earl de Ferrars, Matilda daughter of Richard de Neuton (see below), Gilbert de Barton—debts as before.

Of Sums Tendered

Matilda daughter of Richard de Neuton rendered account of ½ mark for unjust detinue. Quit.

Ralph de Mitton, Hugh de Freskenay, John de Kirkeland, John de la Mare, Richard, parson of Hitton, Gilbert de Barton, Robert de Hilton, Adam de Cnousle, Matilda daughter of Richard de Neuton—debts as before.

New Tenders

The Abbot of Deulacres owes 20s. for default.

John de Byri owes ½ mark for having an Assize.

William Jorge owes ½ mark for the same.

Peter de Burnhull owes ½ mark for having a writ.

William Bussell owes 1 mark for the same.

William de Anderton owes 20s. for the same.

Geoffrey de Barun owes 1 mark for the same.

Robert de Hekkeles owes ½ mark for the same.

Robert Banastre owes 1 mark for the same.

Richard de Strafford owes 1 mark for having an Assize.

Richard de Muston owes 20s. for the same.

Adam de Hallesnad owes ½ mark for the same.

Avice who was wife of William de Samlesbury owes 2 marks for having a writ.

Thomas Gresle owes ½ mark for the same.

Richard de Barton owes ½ mark for trespass.

Robert Sleybrant owes ½ mark for the same.

William son of Matilda de Blibliton owes 12d. for default.

The Sheriff rendered account of 118s. 6d. of amercements of men and vills marked "Lanc." etc. in the Roll of Amercements of the Forests beyond Trent by John de Lexinton.

Patrick de Uluesby, Sheriff, owes 100s. for contempt.

Benedict Gernet owes 20s. for leave to concord.

John de Heryz owes 1 mark for leave to concord.

Roger de Lindeby owes ½ mark for disseisin.

William le Butiler owes 100s. for default.

The Abbot of Kokersaund owes 1 mark of fine for leave to concord.

Peter de Burnhill owes 1 mark of fine for the same.

Of Amercements by the Abbot of Burgh, Roger de Turkelby and their fellows [Nicholas de Haplon and John de Wyvyle]

The Sheriff rendered account of 652li. 17s. 10d. of amercements of men and vills etc.

The whole County of Lancastre outside the liberties rendered account of 100li. of fine for trespass; in the Treasury 77li. 17s. 3½d. etc.

Huctred de Bradeshawe rendered acconnt of 10 marks of fine for having an inquest; sureties, John del Lee and Thomas de Buterwrth; in the Treasury 44s. 5½d. etc.

William de Bradeshawe rendered account of 15 marks of fine for trespass; sureties, William de Worthington and Elias de Tonge; in the Treasury 5 marks etc.

The vill of Brigdtmed owes 47s. of chattels of John.

Robert de Lathum rendered account of 8li for evasion; and of 60 marks for unjust detinue and trespass; in the Treasury 24li. etc.

Adam de Bury, coroner, rendered account of 100 marks of fine for trespass; sureties, Henry de Lee, William le Butiler and others named in the Roll of the Eyre; in the Treasury 33li. and 1 mark etc.

John de Blakeburn and John de Heryz for themselves and their fellows owe 60 marks of fine for trespass; sureties, Robert de Radecliue and Ralph de Mitton.

Adam de Hoghton rendered account of 50 marks of fine for having respite; sureties, Richard de Knoll and Geoffrey de Chetham; in the Treasury 15 marks etc.

Ralph de Mitton, Henry de Cleyton and their fellows, twelve jurors, owe 15 marks for concealment and trespass John de Mara, Adam de Hothwayt and their fellows, twelve jurors, owe 12 marks of fine for the same.

Adam de Biry, coroner, rendered account of 33li. of fine for trespass as above; in the Treasury 32li. 1 mark etc.

Pipe Roll, 44 Henry III [1259-60]. No. 104.

Lancastre

m. 18.

Richard de Ribecestre owes 30 marks and ½ mark of fine for amercement; but the tenants of his lands (see below).

Alexander son of Elyas de Acton and Syward son of Alexander, Hugh, chaplain of Wellingoure, William Sprot, Henry de Westele, John son of Philip de Gernestok, Henry de Longestok, William son of Geoffrey de Caln, Roger de Tid, Richard son of Ralph de Flet, Josc de Flet, Henry de Munden, Roger de Diue of Wellingoure, Otewy de Diue, Luke le Vineter, Robert Page, Robert de Toreheued and William his brother, Ralph de Hophay and Henry son of Henry de Walleye, Jordan [sic] de Hilton, John de Gairstan, Robert de Gairstan, Gilbert son of Gilbert, John son of Stephen, Henry son of Robert de Ribbelton, Gemme son of Gilbert, John de Itedgate—debts as before.

Thomas de Bethum rendered account of 5 marks of fine for leave to concord. Quit.

William son of Thomas de Thunstall rendered account of 20s. for the same. Quit.

Gilbert de Barton, Henry de Notingeham, William del Estre, Robert son of Silvester de Orreby, Hulle brother of William son of Avice de Elhal, John brother of William de Likeheued, Alice de Rissendon, Henry de Barton, Michael Reeve of Shelford, Hugh son of Geoffrey de Shelford, the Earl de Ferrars, Gilbert de Barton, Ralph de Mitton, Hugh de Fresknay, Richard, parson of Huton, Gilbert de Barton, Adam de Knousle, Matilda daughter of Richard de Neuton —debts as before.

The Abbot of Deulacres rendered account of 20s. for default. Quit.

Of Sums Tendered

John de Byri, William Jorge, William Bussel, Robert de Hekkesl, Adam de Hallesnad, Richard de Barton, Robert Sleybrant, William son of Matilda de Blibliton, the Abbot of Cokersand, Peter de Burnhull—debts as before.

Of Amercements by the Abbot of Burgh

The whole County of Lancastre, liberties excepted, rendered account of 22li. 2s. 8½d. of fine for trespass etc.

Huctred de Bradeshawe rendered account of 4li. 8s. 10½d. of fine for having an enquiry; in the Treasury 44s. 5d. by P. the Sheriff [Patrick de Uluesby] and 22s. 3d. by W. the Sheriff [William le Butyller, as guardian] and he owed 22s. 2½d.; so into the Treasury delivered, and he is quit.

William de Bradeshawe rendered account of 10 marks of fine for the same; in the Treasury 100s. and he owed 2½ marks, so he rendered account of the said debt. Quit.

Robert de Lathum rendered account of 24li. of two debts contained in Roll 41 [1256–7] and of 40s. for unjust impediment as below and of 31li. 11s. 0½d. of many debts as above; in the Treasury 48li. 12s. 9d. and he owes 8li. 18s. 3½d.

Adam de Hocton rendered account of 35 marks of fine for having respite; in the Treasury 10 marks by P. the Sheriff, and 15 marks by G. the Sheriff [Geoffrey de Chetham] and Adam owed 10 marks; and he rendered account; in the Treasury 5 marks etc.

Ralph de Mitton, Henry de Clayton and their fellows, 12 jurors, rendered account of 15 marks for concealment and other trespasses; in the Treasury 9li etc.

John de la Mora, Adam de Hotwayt and their fellows, 12 jurors, rendered account of 12 marks of fine for the same; in the Treasury 11 marks etc.

P. the Sheriff [Patrick de Uluesby] rendered account of 38li. 5s. 10d. of amercements of men and vills whose names are entered on the Roll of the said Eyre etc.

John le Lung and Richard le Waleys rendered account of ½ mark for trespass.

Hugh de Le and Henry de Witefeld rendered account of ½ mark for surety.

Robert de More rendered account of 1 mark for disseisin; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

William Ascelin and Thomas de Clyf of Chetham rendered account of 1½ marks for surety; in the Treasury 40d. by Thomas and William owes 1 mark.

Roger de Diddesbiri and Ranulph son of Brun rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin; in the Treasury 40d. by Roger and Ranulph owes 40d.

Richard le Waleys, Nicholas son of Walter and Roger Fox rendered account of 10s. for the same; in the Treasury 40d. by Roger, and Richard and Nicholas owe ½ mark.

Henry de Safton, bailiff of John Maunsel, rendered account of 1 mark of fine; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

Robert Marsh (de Marisco) rendered account of 30 marks of fine for trespass; in the Treasury 18li. etc.

Stephen de Newebigging rendered account of 1 mark for trespass; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

William son of Adam de Sunderland rendered account of 40s. of fine for trespass; in the Treasury nothing, and in pardon of the said 40s. by the King's Writ.

Thurstan de Pulton for withdrawing and Meurice le Serjaunt for surety rendered account of ½ mark; in the Treasury 40d. by Thurstan, and Meurice owes 40d.

Roger Caburn and Roger de Nuthoks rendered account of 10s. for disseisin; in the Treasury 40d. etc.

William son of Richard de Appreton and Adam son of the chaplain rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 40d. by William and Adam owes 40d.

Roger de Hauersegge and William son of Brun rendered account of ½ mark for disseisin; in the Treasury 5s. etc.

Roger son of Hugh and Geoffrey de Widington rendered account of ½ mark for the same; in the Treasury 40d. by Geoffrey and Roger owes 40d.

Robert de Hayhurst and Nicholas de Acton rendered account of ½ mark for surety; in the Treasury 40d. by Nicholas and Robert owes 40d.

Roger son of Alexander de Lee and Henry de Witerwater rendered account of 1 mark for trespass; in the Treasury ½ mark by Roger and Henry owes ½ mark.

Hudde del Crag and Adam son of William de Kerneford rendered account of 10s. for surety; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

William Shorthose and John his brother rendered account of 10s. for surety; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

The debts and payments of this Eyre are not on the Roll.

New Tenders

Geoffrey son of Simon de Hawelton owes 1 mark for having a writ.

The Abbot of Stanlawe owes 1 mark for having an Assize.

Ellen daughter of Robert de Hulton owes 1 mark for the same.

Ellen who was wife of John de Longuilers owes 2 marks for a writ.

The Abbot of Stanlawe owes 1 mark for an Assize.

John son of Adam owes ½ mark for having respite.

William Sporman, Roger Otway and Adam son of Euerard owe 1 mark for an Assize.

William de Hauekesle owes ½ mark for having respite.

Thomas son of Richard de Amechall owes ½ mark for having an Assize.

Adam de Hudreshall and Richard his brother owe ½ mark for the same.

Joyce, clerk of Ribbecestre, owes ½ mark for the same.

Alan de Richeston owes ½ mark for the same.

William son of Henry de Eschagh owes ½ mark for the same.

Richard le Clerk of Lee, Alan son of Alan, Robert Lescriueyn of Lee and Alexander son of Thomas owe 1 mark for the same.

Henry de Wedeker owes ½ mark for the same.

Adam son of William de Kertmel owes 1 mark for the same.

John de Terreby and Matilda his wife owe 1 mark for the same.

Thomas son of Roger de Lancastre owes 1 mark for an Assize.

Jordan de Hilton owes 1 mark for a writ.

The same P. the Sheriff rendered account of 1 mark for Richard de Eskin and Simon de Scurminton for an Assize and of 6li. 3s. 4d. of amercements of men against whose name is put the letter T in the Roll of Fines by William Heyrun then Justice, this sign "Lanc." being put in front. In the Treasury 7li. 9s. and he has surplus 12s. 4d., of which 40d. is allowed him in the next line and 9s. remains; of which 40d. is allowed as the debt of Richard Eskin and the rest is allowed to him on the back of the Roll.

The same P. the Sheriff rendered account of 4li. ½ mark of amercements of men against whose names etc. in the Roll of Amercements by Peter de Percy, this sign "Lanc." being put in front; in the Treasury 4li. 40d. and he has 40d. surplus above, so he is quit.

W. the Sheriff [William le Butyller, as guardian] rendered account of:—½ mark of William le Carpenter for an Assize; ½ mark of Simon Arland for the same; ½ mark of Simon son of Roger de Reynul for the same; 1 mark of Henry de Tideslegh for the same; ½ mark of Maddoc de Acton for having respite; 1 mark of John de Haydoc and Roger de Twisse for an Assize; 1 mark of Roger son of Jordan for the same; 1 mark of Margery daughter of Robert de Ireland [Hibernia] and Matilda and Mabel her sisters for a writ; ½ mark of William le Carpenter and Simon Arland for an Assize; 1 mark of Thomas de Berlawe and Richard de Cherleton for the same; ½ mark of Jordan Kenyan for the same; ½ mark of Simon de Reynil for the same; 1 mark of Margery daughter of Robert de Ireland and her sister for the same; 1 mark of the Prior of the Hospital of S. John of Chester for respite; 20s. of Hugh de Meynyl for a writ; 1 mark of William de Anderton for an Assize; ½ mark of Lambert de Anderton for the same; ½ mark of Henry son of Elias de Plessinton for the same; ½ mark of the Prior of S. John of Chester for a writ; 1 mark of Alan de Wyndhull, Roger de Molineus and Agnes his wife for an Assize; ½ mark of Richard de Chelverton for the same; ½ mark of Thomas de Dedebury for the same; ½ mark of Ralph son of Robert de Ireland for the same; ½ mark of Adam son of Hawise for the same; ½ mark of Robert de Glafeld for a writ; 1 mark of Hugh de Hindele for an Assize; ½ mark of William le Butyler for an Assize; 40s. of William le Butyller for disseisin

Sum 15li.; in the Treasury 12li. ½ mark and he owes 4 marks, for which he accounts; in the Treasury nil and to repairing the King's houses in Lancaster Castle while the said William had custody of the said castle 17s. 2d. and he owes 36s. 2d.

Of New Tenders

Jordan de Hilton owes ½ mark for having a writ.

Benedict son of Hugh owes ½ mark because he did not have sureties.

William de Kent owes ½ mark for the same.

John Murside owes ½ mark for the same.

Walter son of Gregory owes ½ mark for the same.

William Strikes owes ½ mark for the same.

Reginald le Caretter owes ½ mark for the same.

Thomas son of Benedict owes ½ mark for the same.

Thomas de Maddokeschales owes ½ mark for the same.

John de la Haye owes ½ mark for the same.

Michael Langate owes ½ mark for the same.

Benedict (Michael, erased) son of Hugh owes ½ mark for the same.

Hamo de Lindale owes ½ mark for the same.

Hugh le Fraunceys owes ½ mark for the same.

Agnes who was wife of John de Penegeston owes ½ mark because she did not prosecute

Simon Arland owes 40d. because he withdrew.

William le Carpenter owes 40d. for the same.

Richard de Stratford owes 1 mark for disseisin.

John de Ingol owes 40d. for the same.

Thomas de Barlowe owes 40d. for a false claim.

Richard de Cherleton owes ½ mark for the same.

Simon son of Roger de Reynul owes ½ mark for a false claim.

William de Etheliston owes 40d. because he did not come.

Roger de Hurlton owes 40d. for the same.

Gilbert de Speke owes 40d. for the same.

John de Grimeston owes ½ mark for unjust detinue

Simon de Escurinton owes ½ mark for a false claim.

Henry de Wallay owes ½ mark for trespass.

Matilda daughter of Michael de Budeworth owes ½ mark for a false claim.

Henry de Fairhurst owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Richard de Furlange owes ½ mark for the same.

Debts of Amercements by Peter de Percy in this County

Richard de Eskin and Simon de Scurinton rendered account of ½ mark for a false claim.

P. the Sheriff [Patrick de Ulvesby] rendered account of:—

40s. of William de Clifton of fine for leave to concord; 1 mark of John de Blakburn for disseisin and because he did not come; ½ mark of Adam de Blakburn for disseisin; ½ mark of Henry de Fetherston because he did not have [him whom he had pledged]; ½ mark of Christiana who was wife of Hugh de Cliderhou for trespass; ½ mark of Hugh de Twiselton for the same; 1 mark of Jeruas de Hallewell for leave to concord; 20s. of Thomas Gresle of fine for Geoffrey son of Middi, that he may return to the peace—as appears by the Roll of Roger de Turkelby in the County of Lincoln; ½ mark of Adam son of Ralph de Egliston for a false claim; 20s. of Richard le Buteyller for unjust detinue.

Adam de Hocton owes 100s. of his fine that he might go under sureties, by surety of Richard de Knolle, Nicholas de Ewyas, Robert Banastre and Robert de Hounton as was required in the Eyre of the Abbot of Burgh in the County of York.

Robert de Lathum owes 40s. for unjust impediment, as required in the Eyre of the Abbot of Burgh in the County of York.

William de Furness owes 10 marks for contempt of Court, as required there.

Robert de Haunton owes 1 mark of fine for leave to concord, as required there.

The tenants of the land of Richard de Ribbecestre owe 20li. and ½ mark as is contained on the other side of the Roll, of which:—

Ralph son of Jordan de Cliderho and John his brother, holding 5s. of land in Cliderho, owe in respect thereof 112s. 5½d.; Hugh son of Hugh de Cliderho and Cecily his mother, holding 18d. of land there, owe 33s. 8½d.; Simon le Heriz, holding 12d. of land there, owes 22s. 6d.; Hugh son of Thomas de Cliderhow, holding 2d. of land there, owes 3s. 8d.; Adam son of Ralph de Hedisford and Alice his mother, holding 3s. of land there, owe 67s. 5½d.; Edmund de Lacy, holding 16d. of land there, owes 30s 1d.; Richard son of Jordan, holding 6d. of land in Queteley, owes 11s. 3d.; Simon de Stodleg, holding 12d. of land there, owes 22s. 5½d.; Nicholas le Doubur, holding 1d. of land there, owes 22d.; Richard son of Richard de Wodescales, holding 6d. of land there, owes 11s. 3d.; Hugh son of John le Surreys, holding 4s. of land there, owes 4li. 10s.

Pipe Roll, 46 Henry III [1261–62]. No. 106.

Lancastre

Of Amercements by the Abbot of Burgh

m. 18 d.

The whole County of Lancastre, liberties excepted, rendered account of 22li. 2s. 8½d. of fine for trespass; in the Treasury 4li. etc.

Robert de Lathum rendered account of 8li. 18s. 3½d. for many debts; in the Treasury 8li. 5d. etc.

Adam de Hocton rendered account of 5 marks of fine for having respite. Quit

Ralph de Mitton, Henry de Clayton and their fellows, 12 jurors, owe 20s. for concealment and other trespasses.

Adam de Byry, Coroner, owes ½ mark of fine for trespass.

John le Lung and Richard le Waleis owe ½ mark for trespass.

Meurik le Seriaunt owes 40d. for surety.

Robert de More owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Adam son of the Chaplain owes 40d. for disseisin.

William Astelin owes 40d. for surety.

Roger de Haueresegge and William son of Brun owe 20d. for disseisin.

Ranulph son of Thomas owes 40d. for the same.

Roger son of Hugh owes 40d. for the same.

Nicholas son of Walter owes ½ mark for the same.

Robert de Haihurst owes 40d. for surety.

Henry de Shafton, bailiff of John Maunsel, owes ½ mark of fine.

Henry de Witerwater owes ½ mark for trespass.

Robert Marsh owes 40d. for the same.

Stephen de Newebigging owes ½ mark for the same.

William Shorthose and John his brother owe 40d. for surety.

Of Sums Tendered

The Abbot of Stonlawe owes 2 marks for having an Assize and 1 mark for another Assize.

Ellen daughter of Robert de Hilton rendered account of 1 mark for an Assize; in the Treasury ½ mark etc.

Jordan de Hilton owes 1 mark for a writ and ½ mark for the same.

Ellen who was wife of John de Lungvilers owes 2 marks for a writ.

John son of Adam owes ½ mark for having possession.

William Sporeman, Roger Otewy and Adam son of Euerard owe 1 mark for an Assize.

William de Hauekesle owes ½ mark for an Assize.

Adam de Hudreshall and Richard his brother owe ½ mark for an Assize.

Alan de Richeston owes ½ mark for the same.

William son of Henry de Eschag owes ½ mark for the same.

Benedict son of Hugh owes ½ mark for not having etc.

William de Kent owes ½ mark for the same.

John Murrside owes ½ mark for the same.

Reginald le Caretter owes ½ mark for the same.

Thomas son of Benedict owes ½ mark for the same.

Thomas de Maddokescales owes ½ mark for the same.

John de la Haye owes ½ mark for the same.

Hamo de Lindal owes ½ mark for the same.

Hugh le Fraunceis owes ½ mark for the same.

Agnes who was wife of John de Penegeston owes ½ mark because she did not prosecute

Simon Arland owes 40d. for withdrawing.

William le Carpentar owes 40d. for the same.

William de Etheliston owes 40d. for not coming.

Roger de Hurlton owes 40d. for the same.

John de Grimeston owes ½ mark for unjust detinue.

Simon de Scurinton owes ½ mark for a false claim.

Henry de Wallay owes ½ mark for trespass.

Matilda [daughter of] Michael de Budeworth owes ½ mark for false claim.

Henry de Feirhurst owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Richard de Furlang owes ½ mark for the same.

Richard de Eskin and Simon de Scurinton owe 40d. for false claim.

Of New Tenders

William son of Adam de Kellik owes 1 mark for having an Assize.

Jordan de Hilton owes 1 mark for a writ.

Sabina, Avice and Matilda, daughters of Alexander de Extwell owe ½ mark for an Assize.

Richard son of Henry owes ½ mark for a writ.

Henry de Schefton owes ½ mark for a writ.

Matilda daughter of Roger de Ireland and Margery her sister owe ½ mark for an Assize.

Geoffrey de Birun owes ½ mark for the same.

Roger de Tingwall owes ½ mark for the same.

John Blundel owes ½ mark for a writ.

Adam [de Montalt] the Sheriff rendered account of:—

½ mark of Richard le Flemeng and Elizabeth his wife for having a writ; ½ mark of William le Taillur and his fellows for a writ of appeal; 1 mark of John Par of Melling for an Assize; 1 mark of William de Anderton and Margery his wife for the same; ½ mark of Richard de Reinacre for the same; 1 mark of the Abbot of Stanlawe for an Assize.

The same Adam [de Montalt] rendered account of ½ mark of Roger de la Lude and his fellows for having a writ, and of 5 marks of amercements of men to whose names is put the letter T etc. in a certain Roll of Amercements by Peter de Percy etc.

Thomas son of Roger and Henry his brother owe 20s. of fine that they may be admitted to bail by surety of Gilbert de Farleton and William son of Simon.

John son of Richard de Gosenarge owes 10s. for the same.

Ranulph de Gosenarge owes 1 mark for the same.

William son of Hawise owes 5s. for the same.

Henry son of William owes 10s. for the same.

Roger de Preston owes 4s. 10d. for the same.

Alan son of Richard de Stalling owes 12d. for default.

Robert de Neuby owes 12d. for the same.

Alan de Neuton owes 5s. for the same.

William le Paumer owes ½ mark for trespass.

Richard de Barton owes ½ mark for the same.

Robert Fleibund owes ½ mark for the same.

William son of Matilda owes 12d. for default.

Ralph de Aston owes 12d. for the same.

John le Despenser owes 12d. for the same.

Roger his brother owes 12d. for the same.

William West owes 12d. for the same.

Alan Collein owes 12d. for the same.

Jordan de More owes 12d. for the same.

Richard de Penelton owes 12d. for the same.

The Abbot of Slobire [Shrewsbury?] owes 20s. for the same.

The Abbot of Deulecres owes 20s. for the same.

Alan Pistor of Thorenton owes 12d. for the same.

Roger Hod of Neuby owes 12d. for the same.

The vill of Westheton owes ½ mark for the same.

William de Crakhal owes 2s. for the same.

Alan Bouenthocloue owes 12d. for the same.

Roger Warleis owes 12d. for the same.

Nicholas de Soureby owes 12d. for the same.

Witling de Inskip owes 12d. for the same.

William de Anderton owes ½ mark for false claim.

Adam son of Hawise owes ½ mark for withdrawing.

William le Butiller owes ½ mark for disseisin.

Gilbert de Catton and Roger de Bolefinch owe 1 mark for not having.

Geoffrey le Chapeleyn owes 40s. for disseisin.

Thomas Swift owes ½ mark for the same.

Richard de la More owes 1 mark for the same.

Henry de Lee owes 20s. for the same.

Richard Heriz and Robert his son owe ½ mark for disseisin.

The same Geoffrey [de Chetham] the Sheriff rendered account of 9li. of amercements of men to whose name is put the letter T in a certain Roll of Amercements of Assizes taken by Peter de Percy, this sign "Lanc." being put in front etc.

Maddok de Acton owes 1 mark for leave to concord.

Roger de Tingwall owes ½ mark for an Assize.

Henry de Cnueslegh, assignee of Adam de Cnosleg, owes 1 mark for having a writ.

N.B.—The remaining Pipe Rolls of Henry III—Nos. 107 to 116—contain no Lancashire entries.

Footnotes

  • 1. These entries refer to the Assize held at Lancaster 22 September 1224 (vide p. 219), where Roger de Warthus appears as "de Barton" and Hugh Ibaueri as "Hugh Dauery." But vide Pipe Roll 12 Henry III (No. 72), where all the defendants are again named.