Sheriffs' Court Roll, 1320
Membrane 13 (transcript pp.48-51)

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Membrane 13

[m. 13] attornati
Christina, servant ['ancilla'] of Juliana la Lavendere, pl., appoints as her attorney John of Cornhulle v. John of Kent, tailor, and Letice his wife in a plea of trespass.

John of Yemeseie, pl., appoints as his attorney Robert of Gonnebi v. Margery, relict of Peter of Bolyngtone and John of Stanstede, executors of the will of the said Peter, in a plea of debt.

Katherine of Kretyngge, pl. [sic.], appoints as her attorney Thomas of Buri v. Mabel of Hakeneie, pl. [sic.], in a plea of the detention of chattels.

Adam of Wetherhale and Idonea his wife, pls., appoint as their attorney Adam of Heselyngfeld v. Thomas of Dadynton in a plea of trespass.

John Coppedok, def., appoints as his attorney William of Reille v. John of Dallyngge, jun., in a plea of debt.

William of Redyngge, def., appoints as his attorney John of Horwode v. John Sprot in a plea of debt.

John of Bledelawe, pl., appoints as his attorney Reginald Wolleward v. Walter Lucas in a plea of debt.

The same John appoints as his attorney the same Reginald v. Ricard of Burgh, baker, in a plea of debt.
John le Bakere of Pottenhethe, pl., appoints as his attorney Thomas of Buri v. John le Plectour in a plea of debt.
Ralph of Couentre, shoemaker, def., appoints as his attorney Walter Gladewyne v. Nicholas atte Castel in a plea of the detention of chattels.
Richard of Lyncolne, pl., appoints as his attorney William of Mombi v. Andrew of Tyndale and Alice his wife in a plea of debt.
Peter of Caunteburi, shoemaker, Aldittha his wife and Joan his daughter-
[p. 49] -pls., appoint as their attorney William of Mombi v. William le Ken in a plea of trespass.
plegii de pace Pledges of Agnes of Botegh, attached v. Hugh of Turnham, fisherman ['piscator'], by writ de minis :- Robert le Blunt, John of Cornhulle, Reginald Wolleward, Thomas of Buri, Walter Gladewyne and Nicholas of Cranle.
Pledges of Master Matthew of Atem and Geoffrey his clerk, attached v. Alice Blaket by writ de minis:- Gilbert le Teynturer, Henry of Somersete, William of Suttone, William of Bleynes, Gilbert le Shereman and Thomas of Arderne.
Pledges of Henry of St. Osiths, attached at the suit of Richard Cros, 'pessoner', by writ de minis, viz. Reiner Piggesflesshe, Walter Neel, Hamo le Barber, Richard of Reynham, John of Clakton, Roger atte Vigne.
Pledges of John of Kyngestone, attached at the suit of Robert of Burton, 'lokiere', by writ de minis :- William le Chaundeler, John of Waledene, Hugh Savage, Richard Burgeis, Gilbert of Wodeham, Peter le Latoner, Nicholas le Ken, and Robert le Smythe, and they mainpressed Robert of Thyndene and William his son v. the said Robert le Lokiere.
Pledges of Hugh of Tornham, attached at the suit of Agnes of Bodeleghe by writ de minis :- Edmund Heryng, Thomas Sprot, Adam of Lanuare, Richard of
Tauntone, John Scot, Hamo le Barker and William of Hakeneie.
plegii de William le Copour Pledges taken from William le Copour at the suit of Hugh atte Wharf, valued at 3s. 6d. by the oath of John Coterel and Geoffrey of Theidene viz. a pair of boots, value 2s., a piece of tanned leather, value 12d. William is ordered to acquit the said pledges otherwise they will be delivered etc.
plegii de John
John of Fyncham
Pledges taken from John of Fyncham at the suit of William of Walpol for 17s. recovered against him, viz. 3 gold clasps, valued by the oath of David of Enefeld and Thomas le Poter, goldsmiths, at 20s. John is ordered to acquit the said pledges before the quindene, otherwise they will be delivered to the aforesaid William.
patria A jury of the venue of Walebroke is summoned to recognize whether Peter of Lodelawe on Thursday after Ascension Day, 13 Edward II [15th May, 1320], assaulted Walter de la Haye, skinner, at Walebroke, to his damage £10. Peter is mainprised by Hugh of Hereford, pelter, and Thomas of Redynge, pelter, to come to court to hear the verdict.
patria A jury of the venue of the par. of St. Giles without Creplegate near le Redcrouche is summoned to recognize whether Stephen, son of Vincent of Storteforde, on the feast of St. Mark, 13 Edward II [25th April, 1320] entered with force and arms the house of David Scot and there assaulted him to his damage £100. Stephen is mainprised by John of Krekele, cordwainer, and Hugh of Brandone, goldsmith, to await the verdict.
William of Oxford was attached to answer Adam of Eytone, chaplain, in a plea of covenant. The pl. complained that whereas on Thursday before Christmas 13 Edward II [20th December, 1319] at Wodestrete the said William-
[p. 50] -covenanted with him to keep a certain sow of his, worth 6s., retaining half the issue, the said sow farrowed three times while in his custody, but he refused either to return the sow or to deliver the due number of her pigs, to the damage of the pl. 40s. William comes etc. [entry incomplete]
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lex ad proximum
Agnes, wife of William le Chaundeler, with the consent of William her husband, waged her law v. John of Kyngestone concerning the charge that she owed him 3s. 6d. of a debt of 13s. for barley malt sold her at the pavement next the Friars Minor on Monday after the feast of All Hallows, 12 Edward II [6th November, 1318].



lex ad quindenam
William le Copour waged his law v. Henry of Bifold concerning the charge that he owes him 18d. for leather sold him at Cheap ['in foro Londoni'] at divers tunes between Easter, 10 Edward II [1317], and the Michaelmas following. He is given a day at the quindene to make his law.






patria



misericordia
David of Totteburi was attached to answer Simon le Botouner in a plea of account. The pl. complains that the def. received from him at Holebourne on Sunday the vigil of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin, 11 Edward II [14th August, 1317], 17s. to trade with to his use between the said Sunday and the feast of Michaelmas next following, rendering account of the same at the expiration of the said term; and he produces the bond made between them.
Afterwards, as he alleges, the def. refused to render account of the sum above-named. David comes and denies that bond produced is his deed, and thereupon he puts himself upon his country. Therefore it is ordered that a jury of the venue be summoned, and the def. is mainprised by Nicholas le Hurlere and Hugh Hereford. Afterwards the jury comes and returns a verdict for the def. Therefore the pl. is in mercy, and the def. sine die.
summonitio

lex ad quindenam
John le Tapicer waged his law v. Thomas Orpedeman concerning the charge that he owes him 20d. as his salary for divers essoins made by him in divers courts.
summonitio


lex ad quindenam
John of Fifede waged his law v. William le Despenser that he did not agree to return to the said William 12d. which he received from him for the hire ['allocacio'] of a horse on Friday before the feast of All Hallows, 13 Edward II [26th October, 1319].
Simon le Fourbour was attached to answer John of Bromptone, chaplain, in a plea of the detention of chattels. The pl. complains that on the Tuesday called Hokeday, 13 Edward II [1319], he handed to Robert, servant ['valletus'] of the said Simon, in his shop in Langebourne ward, a knife and a razor to be sharpened, the which knife and razor the def. afterwards refused to return. Simon comes and denies etc.
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patria
A jury of Cordewanerestrete is summoned to recognize whether John of Writele on [blank] assaulted Stephen of Uptone. John is mainprised
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