Close Rolls, Edward III: January 1366

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Calendar of Close Rolls, Edward III: Volume 12, 1364-1369. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1910.

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January 1366

Jan. 26.
To John de Verdoun. Order, upon the petition of Hugh le Iremongre of Daventre, to send to the king under seal all indictments before him against the said Hugh for any trespasses whatsoever, also this writ, so that the king shall have them in the octaves of the Purification next in order to act further according to the law and custom of the realm, and meantime to stay the taking of the said Hugh's body; as his petition shews that by certain his enemies he is indicted before the said John and his fellows, guardians of the peace and justices of oyer and terminer in Norhamptonshire, for trespasses and evil deeds not amounting to felony, praying that the indictment should be sent before the king where it may better be determined; and John Knyght of Catesby, John Osbern of Braundeston, Henry de Bromwych and John Calaber of Stoke, appearing in person in chancery, have mainperned under a pain of 100l. to have the said Hugh before the king upon the day above mentioned to answer touching those indictments.