Coram Rege. Mich., 16 E. II.
Staff. The process being continued against Nicholas Ernald of Codenovere, and Richard de Tuttebury for breaking with others into the Castle of
Dudley, and carrying away feloniously £1,000 in money; it was testified that
they had escaped from the custody of William de Segrave, the Marshall, on
the Thursday before the Feast of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 15 E. II.,
at Northstreete in the City of York. A jury was therefore empannelled
from the said City to enquire whether the said William had consented to
their escape, and returned a verdict that he had not done so. The Sheriff
of York was ordered to arrest the said Nicholas and Richard, and produce
them before the King, at the Octaves of Hillary. m. Rex, 19.
Coram Rege. Hillary, 16 E. II.
Salop. Geoffrey de Wolsele, Parson of the Church of Chetelton, made
fine of 6s. 8d. with the King for a trespass committed against Philip de Say,
Parson of the Church of Hodynet, against the King's peace.
Derb. William Benedicite, Richard Averil, William de Draycote, and
Philip de Somerville were attached at the suit of Walter de Monte Gomery
for taking by force three of his horses worth £10 from Edenynghale and
driving them to Alrewas in co. Stafford, where they were impounded, on the
Monday after the Feast of St. Bartholomew, 14 E. II., and for which he
claimed £40 as damages.
The defendants appeared by attorney and denied the trespass and injury,
and stated that the said vill of Edenynghale was in two counties, viz., in cos.
Derby and Stafford, and they found the horses in the co. of Stafford within
the vill of Edenynghale committing damage, and they impounded them as was
lawful, and they appealed to a jury which is to be summoned for three weeks
from Easter. m. 57.
Derb. The Sheriff had been ordered to arrest Walter Wyther of Ilom
and Joan his wife, and Hugh, William and John, the sons of the said Walter,
and to produce them at this term to answer the appeal of Agnes formerly
wife of Robert le Fitz Thomas for the death of Robert her husband; and
the Sheriff returned they could not be found. And the said Agnes being
solemnly called up to the fourth day did not appear to prosecute her appeal.
She is therefore to be arrested, and the Sheriff was commanded to apprehend
the said William (sic), John and Hugh, William, and John, and produce them
coram Rege at the Quindene of Easter to answer to the King for the said death.
m. 1, Rex.