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Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry III: Volume 11, 1259-1261. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1934.

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J. master, the king's engineer, 496.

Jacominus, the king's fool and jester, 321.

Jaen, Iaenn, Grennadensis [Spain], P. bishop of, 1667.

James, Peter son of, 425.

-, Walter son of, 425.

Januensis. See Genoa.

Jarpenvill, Roger de, 460.

Jerusalem, Jerosolom, 206, 480.

Jetingden, Bartholomew de, queen's vatletus, gift to, 305.

Jewels, king's, money needed to redeem, 2469, 2556.

-, offering at shrine of a beautiful jewel, 314.

Jews:
-, goods of deceased Jew delivered to wardrobe, 1, 4312, 462.
-, grant of charter for succession to father's goods, 1920, 48, 845, 292.
-, death of Jewish unborn child through injury to mother, 44.
-, payment of debts to queen, 90
-, tallage of, 967, 297, 365366, 3989, 422.
-, security given by wife of felon Jew abjuring realm, 119.
-, houses of, to be valued, 250.
-, daily grant of alms to converted Jew, 373.
-, king's Jewry, valuation of lands to satisfy debts to, 292.
-, seizure of goods of hanged or fugitive Jews, 3967.
-, debts to, remitted, 1213, 116, 355, 366, 3813, 400, 403, 443, 4467, 4645.

-, -, terms assigned for, 16, 3212, 343, 361, 372.

-, relief for debts to felon Jews, 33, 21011, 242.

-, distraints for, postponed, 2034, 270, 429, 485.

-, respite for, with no usury, 298, 309, 381, 440.

-, pledges to dead Jew cancelled, 440.

Jews, legal:
-, pardon to Jew for flight through fear pending lawsuit, 556.
-, pardon for silver gilt cup found in Jew's possession, 291.
-, bail for accused Jewess, 340.
-, chancellor of university to have cognizance of disputes, etc., between Jews and Christians, 3601.
-, grant to borough that no Jews shall reside there, 381.
-, attachment of Jews, and Christians alike in Tower of London, 385.
-, mainprise for homicide of Jew, 386.
-, payment by Jew for right to plead against Christians, 344.

Jews:
-, Exchequer, barons of. See Hasilbech, Passelewe, Scaccario, robes for, 312.

-, debts in, to be sent to king's exchequer, 38.

Jews named:
-, Aaron son of Abraham, of London, 1920, 84.

-, Cok his son, 1920, 84.

-, Manasseh his son, 84.
-, Abraham, son of Joshua of Shoreham, 372.
-, Abraham Russell, of Wilton, 33, 2034, 242.
-, Benedict de Cauz, 372.
-, Camalin of London, 382.
-, Cok, son of Aaron of London, 48, 292, 3212, 343.
-, Cress, son of Milo of Bristol, 3967.
-, Cressey of Wilton, 344.
-, Cressy filius magistri, 443.
-, David of Wilton, 33.
-, Deia, son of Abraham, 372.
-, Deodatus, Deudon of Calais, 372, 381.
-, Deulacres, son of Aaron, 372, 382.
-, Deulecres, son of Milo of Bristol, 297.
-, Elyas le Evesk, episcopus, of London, 16, 90.
-, Elyas le Blund, of London, 321, 366, 465.
-, Elyas fiz le Prestre, of London, 270,
-, Elias son of Moses " " 381
-, Elias filius magistri " " 400, 403.
-, Floria, wife of Solomon le Evesk, 119, 340.
-, Gamelin of London, 400, 403.
-, Hagin, son of Moses of London 6, 84.

-, filius magistri, 400.

-, son of Master Moses, 465.
-, Hagin of London, 396
-, Hake of Worcester, 4467.
-, Isaac, son of Isaac, of Nottingham, 372.

-, son of Dyeya, 465.
-, Jacob, son of Flor or Flur, 90, 250.

-, son of Benenfant of Gloucester, 465.

-, son of Samuel of Norwich, 321.

-, of Oxford, 291
-, Joshua, nephew of Aaron of York, 361.
-, Joshua Bulloc, of Lincoln, 366.
-, Joshua of Norwich, 370, 386.
-, Leon, son of Pretiosa, 6, 366, 465.
-, Manasseh, son of Aaron, of London, 292.
-, Manasseh de Broddeworth, 443.
-, Moses, master, 84, 372.
-, Pictavin, son of Sampson, 372.
-, Pictavin or Peitevin son of Benedict of Bedford, 372, 433, 440.
-, Samuel, son of Elyas of Lincoln, 55.
-, Samuel le Blund, of London, 355.
-, Solomon le Evesk episcopus, of London, 1, 845, 119, 210, 340, 429.
-, Solomon, brother of Elias Episcopus, 90.
-, Trina, of Canterbury, 44.
-, Ursell, son of Ursell, of Colchester, 381.

Jocelyn, Ralph, gift to, 211.

-, -, of Stanwell, 292.

Joelyn, Alice wife of Simon, 319.

John, King, charters of, 68, 148, 190, 389, 404, 434.

John the mason. See Glovernia.

John, parson of Wilksby, 120.

John, the king's chaplain, gift to, 1.

-, the king's almoner. See Colecestr'.

John, Bernard, son of, Prince Edward's sergeant at arms, 450.

-, Isabel, wife of Roger, son of, 4067.

-, John son of, 192, 292, 496, 499.

-, Lambert son of, 425.

-, brother Richard son of, preceptor of Dinsley, 137, 480.

-, Roger son of, 428.

-, William son of, 422.

Jordan, vatlettus of Geoffrey de Lucy, 67. Cf. Morton.

Jordan. See Rome.

Jovene, Walter le, 12.

-, William, his son, 12.

-, William le of Weston, 306.

Junge, Robert le, 32.

Juries:
-, exemptions from, 148.
-, fine paid for quittance from, 365, 379.

Justices de banco:
-, appointment of, 162, 171.
-, writs of replevin, 138, 146, 1517, 159, 161, 168, 172, 191, 1978, 201, 2034, 20910, 2134, 218, 450, 453, 4556, 4612, 4712, 480, 4823, 485, 488, 490, 493.
-, wrong action by, 174.
-, postponement of suit before, 2245.
-, amercements of, annulled, 357.
-, assizes and pleadings to be heard before, 451.

Justices in eyre:
-, appointment of, 339, 363, 405, 452, 474.
-, to hear assizes, 25, 1723.
-, suits of oyer, postponed, 20.
-, postponement of eyre, 172.
-, cancellation of eyre, 377.
-, appointed to hear suits of trespass, 1415.
-, fines for beaupleader not to be received in eyre, 148.
-, chief justice and justices in eyre alone have right to amerce for defaults of common summons, 149.
-, townships not to be amerced by, for not attending inquisitions on debts, 149.
-, not to inflict amercements on account of body buried in absence of coroner, 305.
-, amercements of, quashed, 3001, 3801.
-, postponement of suit for escape of supposed felon, 378.
-, quittance of common summons before, 370, 4536, 4945.
-, pleas of crown unheard since last eyre, 4512.
-, lawsuits before, postponed owing to absence on king's service, 472.
-, See also Bathonia, Bohun, Bratton, Breton, Brus, Despenser, Englefeud, Erdinton, Grey, Greynvill, Haudlo, Leukenor, Littilbir, Marmiun, Monte Alto, Plessetis, Preston, Somery, Thurkilby, Turri, Verdun, Wilton.

K

Kaen, William de, 4145.

Kaerdyf, William de, 3689.

Kaleys. See Calais.

Kameys, Kammeys. See Cameis.

Kanc. See Kent.

Kancia, Kanc, Matthew de, 53.

-, Thomas de, vatlettus to bishop of London, 131.

-, Wibert de, 44, 242.

-, gifts to, 65, 266, 279, 423.

Kandel, Thomas, 198.

Kanet. See Kennet.

Kannok, Kanoko. See Cannock.

Kant, William de, 262.

Kanton. See Kenton.

Kardilak. See Cardilac.

Karentem, Henry de, 136.

Karignan, Gailard de, 230.

Karleol. See Carlisle.

Karleton in Lindrig. See Carlton.

Karleton, John de, 478.

Karliolo. See Carlisle.

Kauz, Geoffrey de, 3967.

Kave. See Cave.

Kay, Andrew, of Howorth, 20.

Kaynes, Kaynnes, William de, 158, 302, 497, 499.

Kaythorp. See Keythorpe.

Kedeministre. See Kidderminster.

Keldelegh, Robert de, 202.

Keleburn. See Kilburn.

Kempton, Kenyton [co. Middlesex], 6.

-, letters close dated at, 128.

-, palace, repairs to, 291.

-, table tops at, 112.

Kendal, Ivo de, king's servant, 329.

Kenefar. See Kinver.

Kenes, William de, letter to, 457.

Kenetebir. See Kintbury.

Kennet, Kanet [co. Berks], river, 910.

Kennington, Kenyton [co. Surrey], manor, 97, 119.

Kennoc. See Cannock.

Kenros. See Kinros.

Kent, Kanc, Kancia, sheriff of. See Cobbeham.
-, king's journey through, 7.

-, sheriff of, 19, 4212.

-, coroners in, 358.

-, bows and arrows from, 283.

-, malefactors in, 476.

-, justices in eyres in, 70.

-, prisoners on bail in, 19, 44, 69, 115, 134, 445.

Kentebir. See Kintbury.

Kenton, Kanton [co. Devon], manor, 130.

Kenyton. See Kempton, Kennington.

Kepier, Kipier [co. Durham], hospital at, 139.

Kernyton. See Kirmington.

Kersey, Kerseye [co. Suffolk], 171.

Kersoner, William de la, 472.

Kerteling. See Kirtling.

Kesteven, Ketsteven, trithing in Lincoln, escheator in, 62.

-, floods in, 1545.

Ket, Reynald le, 32.

Keu, Ku, Jordan le, 402.

-, Nicholas le, 402.

-, Philip le, 328.

-, Roger le, 327.

-, William le, 502; and See Cocus.

Keyingham, Keyngham [co. York E. Riding], 97.

Keyles, John de, 153.

Keythorpe, Keytorp, Kaythorp [co. Leicester], 156.

Kidderminster, Kedeministre [co. Worcester], 153.

Kidefot, Richard, 34.

Kidelli, stake nets, forbidden, 42.

Kidlington, Kydelinton [co. Oxford], 466.

Kilburn, Keleburn [co. Middlesex], nuns of, gift to, 239.

Kilkebi, John de, 483.

Kilkenny, Kylkenny, Henry de, 139, 269.

-, William de, ex bishop of Ely, 139, 269, 464.

Kilmersdon, Kynemardon [co. Somerset], 482.

Kilpeck, Bilepek [co. Hereford], 465.

Kineton, Kynton [co. Warwick] manor, 83.

King, John le, 437.

King, Stephen, 405.

Kingiston, Matthew de, 53.

Kingiston. See Kingston.

Kingsclere, Clere [co. Southampton], hundred, 248.

Kingscliffe, Clive, Clyve [co. Northampton], fishpond, bream in, 315.

-, forest, bucks in, 102, 109, 230, 387, 411, 426.

-, does in, 292.

-, -, timber in, 59, 79, 98, 382, 421.

-, -, pannage in, 216.

-, park, timber in, 382.

Kingston on Thames, Kingiston [co. Surrey], 238.

-, letters close dated at, 398.

-, bread from, 122, 314, 471.

-, houses at, 128.

-, merchants of, 206.

-, men of, 386, 434.

-, manor, 408.

Kingston Deverell, Kingiston Deverel [co. Wilts], manor, 298.

-, church, 457.

Kingswinford, Swineford [co. Stafford], manor, 83.

Kingswood, Kingeswod, Kyngeswode [co. Essex], wood, bucks and stag in, 408.

-, -, timber in, 375, 436, 440.

Kings Lynn, Len, Lenn [co. Norfolk], port, 52, 238, 380, 383.

-, merchants of, 489.

Kinros, Kynros, Kenros, Thomas de, clerk, 198, 351, 356, 462, 469.

-, bailiff of Stamford and Grantham, 444, 448.

-, clerk of John Mansel, 278, 3156.

Kintbury, Kenetebir, Kentebir [co. Berks], 471.

-, hundred, 152.

Kinth, John de, 306.

Kinton, Thomas de, 483.

Kinver, Kenefare [co. Stafford], forest, hinds in, 10, 1345, 301.

-, -, stags in, 92.

Kipier. See Kepier.

Kirkeby, John de, 463.

Kirketon, Kyrketon, Alexander de, 477.

-, William de, 734.

Kirkham, Kyrkham, Walter de, bishop of Durham, respite granted to, 289, 164.

-, servants of, 1823.

-, estate of, 102, 1046, 1101, 1178, 126, 213, 288, 294, 351, 356, 462.

Kirmington, Kernyton [co. Lincoln], manor, 293.

Kirtling, Kerteling [co. Cambridge], William, vicar of, 3801.

Knaresborough, Knarresburg, [co. York), manor, 379.

Knighthood, gifts of robes for knights, 7, 37, 446, 59, 1112, 114, 116, 124, 126, 128, 245, 306, 3134, 319, 326, 3478, 3656, 381, 387, 421.

-, respite for, 123, 125, 131, 185, 197, 199, 2012, 2112, 2167, 220, 301.

-, distraints by sheriff to undertake, 171.

-, remission of distraints, 220.

-, relief for debts for forthcoming knight, owing to enforced payment of ransom, 1223.

Kokefeud. See Cokefeud.

Kokerel, Wido, 99.

Kokermuth. See Cockermouth.

Kokyn, William, 352.

Kotel, Elias, 202.

Kreudyn. See Creuddyn.

Ku, le. See Cocus; Keu.

Kydelinton. See Kidlington.

Kyhavene, Dulcia de, 25.

Kykisham. See Cuxham.

Kylkenny. See Kilkenny.

Kyma, Kyme, Maud de, wife of William le Fort, (q.v.), 9, 15, 33, 38, 88, 274, 484.

Kyneburl, Eustace de, 203.

Kynemardon. See Kilmersdon.

Kyngeswode. See Kingswood.

Kynros. See Kinros.

Kynthorp, Alan de, 330.

Kynton. See Kineton.

Kyrketon. See Kirketon.

Kyrkham. See Kirkham.

Kyte, Walter, 151.