Mayors, Sheriffs & Chamberlains since last eyre
(nos 3-5)

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Martin Weinbaum (editor)

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1976

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'Mayors, Sheriffs & Chamberlains since last eyre: (nos 3-5)', The London eyre of 1276 (1976), pp. 1-3. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=35991 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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3. The names of the mayors since the last pleas:

John Norman who was mayor during the last eyre (35 Henry III) [1250–1] (fn. 1)

Adam de Basinges for one year (36 Henry III) [1251–2]

John de Tholosane for one year (37 Henry III) [1252–3]

Nicholas Bat for one year (38 Henry III) [1253–4]

Ralph Hardel for three years and more from the feast of SS. Simon and Jude until the feast of St. Valentine (39–41 Henry III) [1254–Feb. 1258] (fn. 2)

William son of Richard for two years [1259–61]

John de Gisorz for one year [1258–9] (fn. 3)

Thomas son of Thomas for four years [1261–Aug. 1265] (fn. 4)

Hugh son of Otto [warden, Oct.-Nov. or Dec. 1265] (fn. 5)

John de Lynde and John Walerand [wardens, Nov. 1265–June 1267] (fn. 6)

Alan la Zouche [warden, June 1267–Apr. 1268] (fn. 7)

Thomas de Ipegrave from Easter in the year [blank] until the feast of St. James [warden, Apr.-July 1268] (fn. 8)

Stephen de Edesworthe [warden, July 1268–?1269] (fn. 9)

John Adrian [mayor, June 1270–Oct. 1271] (fn. 10)

Walter Hervy for one year [sic] [1271–3]

Henry de Frouwyk (fn. 11)

Henry le Waleys for one year [1273–5]

Gregory de Rokesle who is now mayor [1275–81]

4. The names of the sheriffs who held office since the last eyre:

Nicholas Bat and Laurence de Frouwyk were sheriffs for one year, both have died, and John son of Laurence answers for them [36 Henry III. (fn. 12) cf. 6]

William de Durham and Thomas de Wymbourne who has died and William answers [37 Henry III. cf. 14,18]

John de Norhamton who now answers and Richard Picard who has died [38 Henry III]

Robert de Lynton who now answers. William Esswy mercer who has died [39 Henry III: to Feb. 1255]

Stephen de Oistergate [and] Henry Waleman who have died for whom no one answers [39 Henry III: Feb.-Mich. 1255]

Matthew Bokerel who has died for whom William his son answers and John le Minur who has died for whom no one answers [40 Henry III]

Richard de Ewell who now answers. William Asswy draper who has died [41 Henry III]

Thomas son of Thomas and Matthew Bukerel (fn. 13) [and] William Gratefige (fn. 14) who have died [42 Henry III]

John Adrien who now answers. Robert de Cornhull who has died for whom Robert his son answers [43 Henry III. cf. 86]

Adam Broning who has died for whom John his son answers and Henry de Coventre who now answers [44 Henry III]

Richard Picard who has died and John de Norhamton who now answers [45 Henry III]

Philip le Taillur who now answers. Richard de Walebrok who has died and for whom no one answers [46 Henry III. cf. 119]

Robert de Monte Pesulano [and] Osbert de Suffolk who now answer [47 Henry III]

Gregory de Rokele who now answers and Thomas de la Forde who has died [48 Henry III]

Edward le Blund and Peter Aunger who have died [49 Henry III] Gregory de Rokele [and] Simon de Adestok who now answers (fn. 15) John Adrian and Walter Hervi who now answer

William son of Richard who has died for whom no one answers

John Adrian who now answers and Luke de Batencourt who has died

William de Durham and Walter Hervy who now answer

Thomas de Basyng who now answers and Robert de Corahull who has died for whom Robert his son answers

Philip le Taillur and Walter le Poter who now answer [54 Henry III: JulyMich. 1270]

Henry le Waleys and Gregory de Rokele who now answer [55 Henry III]

Richard de Paris who now answers and John de Bodele who has died [56 Henry III]

John Horn and Walter le Potter who now answer [57 Henry III and 1 Edward I]

Peter Cosyn and Robert de Meldebourne who now answer [2 Edward I: Mich.-Nov. 1273]

Henry de Coventre and Nicholas de Wynton who now answer [Nov. 1273– Mich. 1274]

Luke de Battencourt who has died and Henry de Frouwyk who now answers [3 Edward I]

John Horn and Ralph le Blund who are now [the sheriffs] and answer [4 Edward I]

5. The names of the chamberlains since the last eyre: Arnold de Gereudon (fn. 16)

Footnotes

1 Regnal and mayoral years coincided during the reign of Henry III.
2 On 1 Feb. 1258 Ralph Hardel was removed and the constable of the Tower appointed warden; on 13 Feb. William fitz Richard became mayor for the remainder of the term (Lib. Ant. Leg., 32, 36, 177).
3 Lib. Ant. Leg., 39. The name is out of place presumably because William fitz Richard held office in 1258.
4 The City was in the king's hand Aug. 1265 - June 1270. Roger de Leyburn and Robert Walerand were wardens before 15 Oct. 1265 (C.P.R. 1258–66, 461, 463; Lib. Ant. Leg., 77).
5 C.P.R. 1258–66, 463, 512; Lib. Ant. Leg., 79–80.
6 C.P.R. 1258–66, 512; Lib. Ant. Leg., 80; C.P.R. 1266–72, 78.
7 C.P.R. 1266–72, 78, 215; Lib. Ant. Leg., 93.
8 C.P.R. 1266–72, 215, 248; Lib. Ant. Leg., 102.
9 C.P.R. 1266–72, 248; Lib. Ant. Leg., 106. Hugh fitz Otto was warden March 1269– June 1270 (Lib. Ant. Leg., 108, 124).
10 Lib. Ant. Leg., 124.
11 ? Warden, ?11–18 Nov. 1272 during Henry's disputed election (Lib. Ant. Leg., 151–4); warden during the absence of Henry le Waleys (ibid., 171).
12 Dates supplied from P.R.O. List of Sheriffs (Lists and indexes, ix, Kraus reprint, 1963), 201. A number of regnal years appear on the margin, many of which are incorrect.
13 Bukerel succeeded Robert de Catalone, 19 Oct. 1257 (Lib. Ant. Leg., 29).
14 Michael Tovy and John Adrian, bailiffs, 1–13 Feb. 1258 (Lib. Ant. Leg., 32). Thomas fitz Thomas was reinstated on 13 Feb. 1258.
15 Elected but not admitted (Lib. Ant. Leg., 77). The City was in the king's hand, Aug. 1265–June 1270. For the bailiffs during this period, see List of Sheriffs, 201.
16 Large space left blank. For a list of chamberlains, see W. Kellaway, 'The coroner in medieval London', Studies in London History, ed. A. E. J. Hollaender and W. Kellaway (1969), 88.