Sheriffs' Court Roll, 1320
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[m 1.] [p. 1] Court of John of Preston, Sheriff, held on Tuesday after the feast of SS. Peter and Paul, 13 Edward II [1st July, 1320]
Master Walter of Thorp, def., v. Thomas of Norhamptone in a plea of debt, by John Stulbard.
John of Lenton, def., v. the same, by the same.
Reginald Wolleward, attorney of Robert le Chaundeler, def., v. Hamo le Barber in a plea of debt, by J. Stulbard; and Alice, wife of the said Robert appears.
The same Reginald, attorney of John of Nonnes, pl., v. James Beauflour concerning the receiving of his law in a plea of debt, by the same.
William of Mombi, attorney of William of Hallyngberi, pl., v. James Beauflour in a plea of debt, whereupon a jury, by the same.
Henry of Sechesford, taverner, def., v. Stephen of Bercote in a plea of debt, by R. Scot.
David of Leicestre, def., v. Thomas le Brewere in a plea of trespass, by the same.
proxima John of Ware, 'stokfisshmongere', pl., v. Luke of Berkwei in a plea of debt, by Nicholas of Crannele.
William of Arondel, def., v. Humfrey Staci in a plea of account whereupon judgment, by J. Orpedeman.
Robert of Lenconi, def., v. John of Pekenham for making his law in a plea of debt, by the same.
Godfrey le Webbe, def., v. William Godefray, butcher, in a plea of debt, by R. Scot.
proxima Roger atte Watere, butcher, def., v. Estmar le Litle in a plea of debt, by the same.
John Braban, butcher, def, v. John of Peres in a plea of debt, by the same.
Robert of Belyngge, def., v. Robert atte Hegge in a plea of debt, by S. de Buri.
Peter of Hestone, pl., v. Geoffrey of Theidene in a plea of debt, by Gladewyne.
The same Geoffrey, def, v. the aforesaid Peter in the same, by Rothyngge.
Thomas le Gildere, pl., and Isabella his wife, v. Adam le Gildere in a plea of trespass, by W. of Reille.
The same Adam, def., v. the aforesaid Thomas and Isabella, in the plea aforesaid, by Rothyngge.
Peter Martyn, pl., v. Ralph Burghard in a plea of trespass, by the same.
William le Hore, 'mazon', def., v. the Prior of Holy Trinity, London - petit licenciam -, in a plea of debt, by Kranele.
Paul le Botiller, def., v. William Peyoun in a plea of account, by Thomas Orpedeman.
William of Cornedale, def., v. James atte Pirie in a plea of debt, by the same.
William of Bristowe, 'bocher', def, v. John of Canefeld, 'bocher', in a plea of account, by Rothyngge.
proxima Agnes, wife William le Chaundeler, def., v. John of Kyngestone and
[p. 2] Alice his wife in a plea of debt, by R. Rothyngge; and William, husband of the aforesaid Agnes, appears.
Roger le Barber, def., v. Ralph of Dallyngge in a plea of debt, by R. Scot.
Brother Alexander of the house of St. Thomas Acon, London, def., v. Richard Payn, coffrer, in a plea of trespass, by R. Rothyngge.
Roger son of John Russel of London, 'verrer', def., v. Stephen of Creye in a plea of account, by the same.
Martin of Paris, pl., v. Richard of Hodesdone, 'pestour', in a plea of account, by R. Scot.
The same Richard, def., v. the aforesaid Martin in the same, by Rothyngge.
proxima John of Walkerne, def., v. John of Hereford, in a plea of trespass, by the same.
Walter of Keles, goldsmith, pl., v. John of Pichford, in a plea of debt, by the same.
John Russel, 'verrer', def., v. Stephen of Creie, in a plea of debt, by R. Rothyngge.
Ralph Shadewe, def., v. John of Perers in a plea of debt, by the same.
Amice la Krengeresshe, pl., v. Richard le Heymongere in a plea of trespass, by [blank].
Nicholas Godman, cook, def., v. William Godefrai in a plea of debt, by Rothyngge.
John Squirel and Alice la Blostine, pls., v. Cristina atte Vigne in a plea of trespass, by R. Scot.
obit [sic.] John Pake, pl., v. Richard of Hodesdone, 'pestour', for making his law in a plea of debt, by Kranele.
jurata John le Litle, def., v. Andrew of Sechesford in a plea of trespass, whereupon judgment, by Rothyngge.
jurata William Reyner, def., v. the same in the same, whereupon judgment, by the same.
jurata John Baldewyne, def., v. the same in the same, whereupon judgment, by the same.
jurata John le Litle, def., v. Stephen le Bole in a plea of trespass, whereupon judgment, by the same.
jurata William of Fundenhale, def., v. the same in the same, whereupon judgment, by the same.
jurata Richard of Wrenyngham, def., v. the same in the same, whereupon judgment, by the same.
d. a. s. [meaning: 'datus est dies ad proximam curiam alterius vicecomitis'] John Erleker, pl., v. John Caperon in a plea of account, by the same.
Ralph of Kendoure, pl., v. John le Bollere and Albreda his wife in a plea of trespass, by the same.
jurata Walter le Founder, def., v. Simon of Thorp in a plea of debt whereupon judgment, by R. Scot.
proxima Peter Martyn, pl., appears by his essoin against Ralph of Burghard in a plea of trespass. The said Ralph has a day by attachment, but does not come. Therefore let him be better attached.
[p. 3] John Sheil, pl., appears v. Richard of Arondel in a plea of debt. The def., attached, does not come. Therefore, etc.
John of Ware, 'stokfisshmongere', pl., appears v. Luke of Berkwei in a plea of debt. The def., attached by a horse, does not come. Therefore let this attachment remain, and another be taken.
proxima Roger le Botiller, pl., appears v. Mary, late the wife of William of Goldyngham, William Quynci and William of Wedryngsete, executors of the will of William of Goldyngham, in a plea of debt. The executors, attached, do not come. Therefore etc.
proxima Roger Sauvage, pl., appears v. Isabella of Knokyn, Thomas of Eyton, Roger Carels and Ralph Restwold, executors of the will of John Knokyn, in a plea of debt. The executors, attached, do not come. Therefore etc.
Roger Elys, pl. appears v Roger le Glasiere in a plea of trespass. The def., attached, does not come. Therefore etc.
John Pluf, pl. appears v High Honille by writ de minis. The def. had a day to appear and find pledges of peace, but does not come. Therefore etc.
William le Northerne, pl., appears v Richardle Pynnere- misericordia - 'tableter', jun., in a plea of trespass. The def. had a day, but does not come. Therefore etc.
proxima Walter of Keles, goldsmith, pl., appears by his essoin v John de Pichford in a plea of debt. The def., attached by a horse, does not come. Therefore etc.
Amice la Krengeresshe, pl., appears v. Richard le Heymongere in a plea of trespass. The def., attached, does not come. Therefore etc.
John Squirel and Alice la Blostine, pls., appear by their essoins v. Cristina atte Vigne in a plea of trespass. The pl., attached, does not come. Therefore etc.
[m. 1d.] d. a. s. Thomas le Poter, goldsmith - in misericordia -, is attached v. John of Martynscroft in a plea of trespass.
d. a. s. Walter of Dorsete - misericordia -, attached v. the same John in the same.
Lawrence of Hadham - misericordia - attached v. Ralph Manyman in a plea of trespass.
William of Mondene, 'copour', distrained v. Henry of Bifold in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Bromesyerde, attached v. Nicholas of Teukesberi, clerke, in a plea of trespass.
William of Redyngge, distrained v. William Sprot in a plea of debt.
William of Dureme, distrained v. Thomas of Walpol in a plea of debt.
Richard Cros, distrained v. Stephen Aleyn in a plea of debt.
William of Norhamptone, pelter, distrained v. Adam le Chapelayn in a plea of covenant.
Elias le Callere and Henry of Walford, executors of the will of Beatrice atte Borgate, distrained v. Walter le Callere in a plea of debt.
proxima Richard of Hodesdone, baker, distrained v. Belanger Bretoun in a plea of debt.
d. a. s. John Cobbe - misericordia -, butcher, and Margery his wife, distrained v. Richard Dask in a plea of debt.
[p. 4] Master John le Skryueyn - misericordia - attached v. William Broun, 'porter', in a plea of trespass.
John le Mareschal of Walebroke, distrained v. Johnson of Hameldene in a plea of debt.
Roger in Shethere, attached v. Alice, servant of Gerard le Latoner in a plea of trespass.
Walter de Borham, distained v. Roger Poyntel in a plea of debt.
Henry le Sawiere, attached v. Richard le Clerk, 'sawiere', in a plea of trespass.
Adam of Eli, of London, merchant, jun., distrained v. John of Yemeseie in a plea of account.
The same Adam, distrained v. Henry Dymmok in a plea of account.
Thomas, son of John le Benere, distrained v. William of Durham in a plea of account.
Roger Chauntecler distrained v. William Forneis in a plea of account.
proxima Adam atte Conduit, distrained v. Isabella Reymond of Folham and William his son in a plea of debt.
William le Hore, distrained v. Henry Deordai in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Clay and Lora his wife, distrained v. William Corteis and Amice his wife in a plea of debt.
John Giffard, jun. - misercordia -, distrained v. Cristina of Caunterburi in a plea of debt.
The same John, attached v. the same in a plea of trespass.
proxima Lawrence le Tornor of Eppngehethe and Brother Thomas of Eppyggeburi, executors of the will of John, parson of the church of St Mildred, Bredstrete, distrained v. William Wastel in a plea of debt.
Philip son of John Beauneis, distrained v. Agnes, relict of James le Botiller, John of Herdyngham, Geoffrey of Cutendene and William of Macchyngge, executors of the will of the said James, in a plea of debt.
William Forneis, distrained v. the same executors in the same.
Peter of Chichester ['Cicestre'], clerk, distrained v. Nicholas le Verrer in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Redyngge, pelter - misericordia -, distrained v. Joce Gentil in a plea of debt.
Hugh Pikard better attached v. the Crown in a plea of breaking sequestration.
contra xvs. iiijd. John le Barber - misericordia -, living beside the church of St Pancras, better distrained v. Matthew of Essex in a plea of debt.
d. a. s. The same John - misericordia -, better attached v. the said Matthew in a plea of trespass.
proxima Ralph Beauflour, citizen and taverner of London, better distrained v. Berard de la Tour de Besatz in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Wynton, 'buriler', better distrained v. Walter of Papworthe in a plea of debt.
Henry atte Swan and William of Billyngge of Coventry, better attached v.
Richard atte Cros of London, 'pessoner', by writ de minis.
William of Coule, better distrained v. Robert of Bardelbi, clerk, in a plea of debt.
Robert of Kent, jun., better attached v. John of Bakwelle, clerk, by writ de minis.
Simon, formerly servant of Simon of Paris, better distrained v.-
[p. 5] -Roger of Notyngham in a plea of detention of chattels.
John of Thewett, better distrained v. Walter Mountagn in a plea of debt.
proxima John de Hautone, kt., better attached v. John Pymme in a plea of debt.
Richard atte Hawe, better distrained v. Henry of Bifold in a plea of debt.
Thomas le Brewere - misericordia -, living with Gilbert of Mordone, better distrained v. Robert of Wengrave in a plea of account.
The same Thomas - misericordia -, better attached v. the same Robert in a plea of trespass.
proxima Nicholas of Donesle, better distrained v. William de Crockere in a plea of debt.
Peter le Clerk, baker, better distrained v. Walter Neel in a plea of debt.
Henry Joce, better distrained v. John of Leuesham in a plea of debt.
Gilbert le Rede, better distrained v. John Elis in a plea of debt; and Juliana wife of the said Gilbert appears.
proxima Hugh Herre, better attached v. Richard of Rameseye and Margery his wife in a plea of trespass.
The same Hugh, better attached v. William le Brewere in a plea of trespass.
Walter Longeman, better distrained v. Richard [elsewhere 'Richer'] of Refham in a plea of account.
William de la Hune, attached by his body v. Geoffrey Beauflour in a plea of debt.
Philip of Asshendone, better attached v. Margery, relict of Nigel Druri, in a plea of trespass.
The same Philip better attached v. Roger of Parme in a plea of trespass.
Philip le Chapeleyn, renter of John de la Chaumbre, better attached v. Maud Russels in a plea of trespass.
Stephen Vyncent, better attached v. David Scot [blank space] in a plea of trespass.
Arnald Pouche, better attached v. Gerard le Latoner in a plea of trespass.
The same Arnald, better distrained v. the same in a plea of debt.
Walter Crepyn, better distrained v. Robert Belbarbe, sen., in a plea of debt.
Robert of Osprenge, better distrained v. Alexander of Honylane, merchant, in a plea of debt.
Gilbert le Rede, better distrained v. Robert le Hore in a plea of debt; and Juliana wife of the said Gilbert, appears.
Margery of Henle, better distrained v. Robert of Wodestone in a plea of debt.
Bernard of Pouche, better distrained v. Austin le Waleis in a plea of account.
Henry Dymmok of London, 'pessoner', better distrained v. Oliver Brounyng in a plea of debt.
Thomas le Barber of la Tourstrete, better distrained v. Richard of-
[p. 6] -Crepelgate, blader, in a plea of debt.
Walter Cappe, better distrained v. Richard Asselyn in a plea of account.
Ralph of Worthyngge - misericordia -, better distrained v. John Sterlynge in a plea of debt.
John le Mareschal, sen., better attached v. Richard of Colmestok in a plea of trespass.
William atte Waye, better attached v. Thomas atte Teye and Alice his wife in a plea of trespass.
The same William better distrained v. the same Thomas and Alice in a plea of debt and covenant.
Gilbert le Rede, better distrained v. Richard Dask in a plea of debt; and Juliana, wife of the said Gilbert, appears.
Thomas of Baldok, better distrained v. Stephen of Abyndone and Hamo of Chiggewelle, in a plea of account.
John Joce, kt., better distrained v. Robert Borman in a plea of debt.
John Denys of Caunterburi, better distrained v. John of Wengrave in a plea of account.
William de Taunton, attached by his body v. Richard le Chaucer in a plea of account.
Gilbert le Rede, better distrained v. John Sprai in a plea of debt; and Julia, wife of the said Gilbert, appears.
Thomas Broun and Agnes Wynterman, better distrained v. John, chaplain of Roger of Depham, in a plea of debt.
Nicholas Crane and Robert le Treiere and Thomas of Buri, butcher, better distrained v. John Priour and William Forneis in a plea of debt.
Nicholas Crane, John of Warle and David of Dullyngham, better distrained v. the same John and William in a plea of debt.
proxima John of Donewiz, clerk, better attached v. John Rastel in a plea of trespass.
Henry the Cook of Westminster - misericordia -, better attached v. Roger Trug and Amice his wife in a plea of trespass.
Simon of Grantham, better attached v. Reimund of Bordeux in a plea of debt.
John Gouys, better attached v. Hervey of Buri in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Louthe, better distrained v. Hervey of Buri in a plea of debt.