Sheriffs' Court Roll, 1320
Membrane 23 (transcript pp.85-90)

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[m. 23] Nicholas Crane and John of Warle, better distrained v. John Priour and William Fourneis in a plea of debt.
Robert of Kent, sen., attached by his body v. Robert of Westle in a plea of account.
proxima John Dosynoun, better attached v. Hugh le Fourbour in a plea of covenant.
James Beauflour, better distrained v. Giles Fanard, merchant of Pene in Agenois in a plea of debt.
separetur quia
nihil
Margaret, relict of Ralph of Farneham, and John Sausemer, executors of the will of the said Ralph, better attached v. Robert of Donmowe in a plea of debt.
Mary, relict of William of Goldyngham, executrix of the will of the said William, better attached v. Roger le Botiller in a plea of debt.
Isabella Knokyn, Thomas of Eyton, Roger Carels and Ralph Restwold, executors of the will of John Knokyn, better attached v. Roger Sauvage in a plea of debt.
Ralph Beauflour, citizen and taverner, better distrained v. Berard de la Tour of Besaz in a plea of debt.
John of Donewiz, clerk, attached by his body v. John Rastel in a plea of trespass.
Roger of Kynebautone, attached by his body v. Reiner Piggesflesshe in a plea of account.
Thomas Frembaud, executor of the will of Nicholas Frembaud, better distrained v. Thomas Coke in a plea of debt.
John of Stoketone, an executor of the will of William Seruat, pl., appears v. Walter Hud of St. Albans, chaplain, in a plea of trespass. He appears at court by attachment of his body, but because other executors - viz. John of Perers, Reimund of St. Clements and Gerard of Biole - are named in the plaint, the serjeant is ordered to summon them to appear at the next court to prosecute
their suit with the said John of Stoketone. Walter is remitted to prison because he can produce no security etc.
Walter of Essex, better distrained v. Gilbert le Mareschal in a plea of debt.
Ralph Beauflour, attached by his body v. Saunz Arnald of Castelion in a plea of debt.
Walter Crepyn, better, distrained v. Robert Belebarbe in a plea of debt.
Robert of Kent of London, better distrained v. Thomas of Spaigne in a plea of account.
John Hereward, attached by his body v. Henry of Bidik in a plea of account.
Simon le Armurer, better attached v. Richard of Nasyng in a plea of trespass.
[p. 86] Thomas le Barber of la Tourstrete, better distrained v. Richard of Crepelgate, blader, in a plea of debt.
attachiatur per corpus quia nihil Thomas of Rocheford, of Waltham Holy Cross, better distrained v. Stephen of Creie in a plea of account.
Richard atte Marche and Agnes his wife, distrained v. William of Stratford in a plea of debt.
d. a. s.



misericordia
Walter son of Martin of Aumbesbery, pl., appears by attorney v. Robert of Osprenge, Isabella his wife and Roger Chauntecler in a plea of trespass.
The defs., attached to appear here after a day had been given them by Henry of Scrope, the king's justice, do not come. Therefore let them be attached to appear at the next court to hear judgment concerning their default etc.
proxima

separatur

separacio
Agnes of Wenlok, executrix of the will of Walter of Wenlok, and Thomas, parson of St. Mary of Wolcherchehawe, co-executor of the said Agnes, appear v. Burgea relict of Richard of Harle, executrix of the will of the said Richard and Robert of Harle, kt., her co-executor. It is testified in court that the said Burgea has nothing in the City by which she can be distrained. Therefore it is adjudged she be separated and that Robert answer at the next court etc.
contra viijd. Richard le Latoner, distrained v. Peter of Grenewiz in a plea of debt.
Roger le Peyntor, distrained v. William of Stratford in a plea of debt.
Judgment between Andrew of Sechesford, pl., and John le Litle, William
Reyner and John of Baldewyne in plea of trespass, in respite etc.
adhuc Between Stephen le Bole, pl., and John le Litle, William of Fundenhale, and Richard of Wrenyngham in a plea of trespass, in respite etc.
adhuc Between Simon of Thorp, pl., and Walter le Foundor in a plea of debt, in respite etc.
adhuc proxima Between Richer [sic.] of Refham, kt., pl., and the prior of Bermundeseie in a plea of covenant, in respite etc., until the next court.
adhuc Between Richard Cros, pl, and Stephen Aleyn in a plea of debt, in respite etc.
adhuc Between Stephen Aleyn, pl., and Richard Cros in a plea of debt, in respite etc.
patria in respectu Jury between Richard Heigne and Maude his wife, pls., and the executors of the will of Robert Heigne in a plea of debt, in respite for default of jurors.
Love-day between Nicholas of Hedersete, pl., and John son of John of Fyncham and Henry Ponte in a plea of trespass, in respite etc.
Between Richard Daske, pl., and Gilbert le Rede and Juliana his wife in a plea of debt in respite.
Between John of Northale and Margery his wife, pls., and William le Taillor of Lotheburi in a plea of trespass, in respite.
[p. 87] misericordia

John of Kyngeston and Alice his wife, pls., appear v. Agnes wife of William le Chaundeler in a plea of debt concerning a sum of 3s. 6d. It is testified by the serjeant that the said Agnes was summoned to appear to hear judgment concerning her default in making her law, previously waged by consent of her husband the said William, but she does not come. It is therefore adjudged that the pls. recover the 3s. 6d. in question, and that the def. be in mercy.
convicti


misericordia
Joyce Gentil, pl., appears v. Thomas of Redyngge, pelter, in a plea of debt, concerning a sum of 4s. Thomas, summoned to hear judgment concerning his default in making his law, does not come. Therefore let him be convicted etc. and in mercy.
misericordia William le Despenser, pl., appears v. Philip of Fifide in a plea of debt, concerning the sum of 14s. The def., summoned etc. does not come. Therefore etc.
misericordia Henry of Bifold, pl., appears v. William le Copour in a plea of debt, concerning the sum of 18d. William summoned etc, does not come. Therefore etc.
misericordia Robert de la Porte, pl., and Roger of Lyncolne are agreed by licence of the court in a plea of trespass. Robert undertakes to remit to the said Roger his trespass and puts himself in mercy.
concordia



misericordia
The Master of the Hospital of St. Bartholomew Smithfield and Peter of
Haliwelle are agreed by licence of the court in a plea of debt. Peter acknowledges his obligation to pay to the said Master by the feast of All Hallows next coming the sum of 36s. in consideration whereof the said Master remits his action against him. Peter puts himself in mercy.
Walter Hud of St. Albans, chaplain, attached by his body v. John of Stoketone , executor of the will of William Seruat, who prosecutes alone by separation in a plea of account.
[m. 23d.] Thomas Sheil, baker, acknowledges his obligation to pay 9s. 10d. to John of Bledelawe at the feast of All Hallows.
Walter of Hakeneie, butcher, acknowledges his obligation to pay 4s. 6½d. to Walter le Heymongere at the quindene.
Roger le Rede acknowledges his obligation to pay 23s. 4d. to Richard of Dorkyngge at the quindene.
Nicholas of Bentle acknowledges his obligation to pay [blank] 40s. at the quindene.
Estmar le Litle acknowledges his obligation to pay James Mantel 11s. 6d. at the quindene.
cognitions Hugh le Polliter acknowledges his obligation to pay the 4s. 6d. to William of
Stratford at the quindene.
Roger Child and Ivo of Holm, tailors, came of their free will to the court and acknowledged their obligation to pay William of Hertyng 13s. 4d. in two instalments at All Hallows and Easter next following.
Richard of Bermyngham, 'chapeler', acknowledges his obligation to pay Walter le Callere 4s. at the quindene.
Simon of Wilton acknowledges his obligation to pay William of Hakeneie 24s. at the quindene.
[p. 88]
John of Cornhulle, attorney of Alexander le Settere acknowledges his obligation to pay Robert of Woxebregge 12s. at the feast of All Hallows.

John of Mallyngge, def., appoints as his attorney William of Reille v. Alice, relict of John of Breshesford, executor of the will of the said John, and the other executors, in a plea of debt.
Roger Wolleward, attorney of John of Bledelawe, pl., v. Thomas Sheil, baker, in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Buri, attorney of Stephen Creie, pl., v. Richard of Kent, cordwainer, in a plea of debt.
John of Cornhulle, attorney of William atte Ramme, pl., v. John le Barber, in a plea of trespass.
John Cook, attorney of Thomas of Walpol, pl., v. William of Durhem and Maude his wife in a plea of debt.
Reginald Wolleward, attorney of Hamo of Coptone, pl., v. William of Redyngge, Robert Maideman, John Lambyn and others in a plea of debt.
John of Cornhulle or Adam Orpedeman, attorneys of William of Dagenhale, clerk, an executor of the will of John le Pleidor, def., v. John called Bakere in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Buri, attorney of Richard of Bromfeld, pl., v. Robert of Kent, sen., in a plea of debt.
Robert of Thame, attorney of Henry le Callere, pl., v. Benet Neuman in a plea of trespass.
attornati Walter Gladewyne, attorney of William Pecok, pl., v. John of Schoptone in a plea of debt.
The same Walter, attorney of John Godefrai, carpenter, v. Elen, relict of William of Bredstret in a plea of debt.
William of Reille, attorney of John Stedeman, def., v. William of Hakeneie, tanner, in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Bury, attorney of Stephen Craie, pl., v. Gilbert le Rede, baker, in a plea of account.
The same Thomas, attorney of the same Stephen, v. Osbert of Bray, Richard of Hodesdone of London, baker, and Giles of Galton, in a plea of account.
Walter of Gladewyne, attorney of Peter of Haliwelle, 'coureour', pl., v. John of Gaitone, shoemaker, in a plea of debt.
Robert of Thame, attorney of Wymark of Midd[leburg?] v. William atte Shire in a plea of trespass.
The same Robert, attorney of Hugh le Polliter, 'wyndrawere', def., v. William of Stratford in a plea of debt.
John of Cornhulle, attorney of Gerard le Fruter, pl., v. Thomas of Ware, fruiterer, and Christina his wife in a plea of debt.
Robert of Thame, attorney of Walter of Dorsete, tailor, pl., v. Robert of Rasne, rector of Gatesheued in a plea of debt.
The same Robert, attorney of William atte Stile of Wengrave, v. John Rolfe, 'formager', in a plea of trespass.
William of Mombi, attorney of William atte Gate, pl., v. John of Badbingham in a plea of debt.
The same William, attorney of the same William, v. Lawrence le Bret in a plea of debt.
[p. 89]
John of Horwode, attorney of Walter the Chaplain, v. John Gouys in a plea of trespass.

Regnald Wolleward, attorney of John of Berlee, servant ['valletus'] of Gosselin le Seriaunt, pl., v. Gilbert Cros and Hugh Pikard in a plea of trespass.
Master Robert Cook of Westminster and his pledges in mercy for not prosecuting his suit v. John of Cornhulle and Agnes his wife in a plea of trespass.
The same John and Agnes in mercy because they did not come.
Ralph of Watsand in mercy for not prosecuting etc. v. Emma Lillyng in a plea of trespass.
The same Emma in mercy because she did not come.
Richard of Thornton and his pledges in mercy for not prosecuting v. Oliver le Taillor in a plea of trespass.
John of Yemeseie for not prosecuting v. Margery, relict of Peter of Bolyntone and John of Stanstede, executors of the will of Peter of Bolyntone, in a plea of debt.
Elen Scot does not prosecute her suit v. John of Upton, who appears to make his law. Therefore she is in mercy and he is sine die.
Walter of Wike, servant ['valletus'] of Walter of Drokenesford, and his pledges in mercy for not prosecuting. v. Payn the Chaplain in a plea of trespass.
The same Payn in mercy because he did not come.
Walter of Wishtone in mercy for not prosecuting v. Christina la Inelere in a plea of detention of chattels.
misericordia Henry of Nichole for not prosecuting. v Peter of Haliwelle in a plea of trespass.
The same Peter because he did not come.
Juliana la Lavendere for not prosecuting v. Letice, wife of John of Kent in a plea of the detention of chattels.
Richard le Feitor of St. Paul's for not prosecuting v. Alexander le Brewere in a plea of trespass.
The same Alexander in mercy for not coming.
Thomas Sheil in mercy for a default v. Walter Neel in a plea of debt.
John of Bledelawe v. the same Thomas in a plea of debt.
William of Pertenhale v. the same Thomas in a plea of debt.
Isabella Seyntcler v. Alexander of Lyncolne, clerk, in a plea of trespass.
John atte Coke, brewer, for not prosecuting v. Geoffrey of Holbourne in a plea of [blank space].
The same Geoffrey in mercy because he did not come.
John le Faitour in mercy for a not prosecuting v. John le Skirmessour in a plea of trespass.
The latter in mercy because he did not come.
John Janyn, servant of William Hervy, attached v. Roger of Coupeland in a plea of trespass.
John le Fruter in mercy for not prosecuting v. Gerard le Fruter in a plea of trespass.
Nicholas of Bentele in mercy for a default v. Walter Neel in a plea of debt.
John of Yemeseie for not prosecuting v. Adam of Eli in a plea of account.
The said Adam for not coming.
Henry Dymoke for not prosecuting v. the same Adam in a plea of account.
Maikin Abraham for not prosecuting v. Roger le Glasiere in a plea of trespass.
[p. 90] The same Roger for not coming.
manucaptores
de pace
Pledges of peace of Robert the Clerk of Alegate v. John le Fruter, viz. Estmar le Litle, Henry le Soutere, John Hodge, Walter le Vignour, John le Hottere, Richard le Vignour.