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Close Rolls, Henry IV: December 1406

Pages 281-283

Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry IV: Volume 3, 1405-1409. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1931.

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December 1406

1406. Membrane 7d.
Dec. 22.
Westminster.
To the chancellor of the county palatine of Lancastre. Writ de expensis (omitting the usual words within liberties and without, cities and boroughs returning citizens and burgesses excepted) for 75l. 12s. in favour of William Botiller and Robert Laurence, knights of the shire at the parliament summoned at Westminster on 1 March last, namely from 1 March to 3 April when the parliament was adjourned to the quinzaine of Easter, namely 26 April, from that date to 19 June when it was adjourned to the quinzaine of Michaelmas, namely 15 October, and from that date to 22 December, namely 4s. a day each for 189 days.
[Prynne, Parliamentary Writs, iv, p. 476.]
To the sheriff of Northumberland. (Like) writ (without the above omission) for 80l. 8s. in favour of Robert de Lyle and John de Claveryng knights for 201 days.
The following have like writs:
Cumberland. Robert de Louther and John de Skelton knights 80l. 8s. for 201 days.
Westmerland. John de Bethome and John de Lancastre knights 78l. for 195 days.
Yorkshire. Richard Redman and Thomas Rokeby knights 75l. 12s. for 189 days.
Lincolnshire. John Copuldyke knight and John Skipwyth 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Notynghamshire. Thomas Chaworth and Richard Stanhope knights 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Derbyshire. Richard Leche knight and Roger Bradshawe 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Leycestershire. John Nevile and Henry Nevyle knights 70l. 16s. for 177 days.
Warwickshire. Thomas Lucy and Thomas Burdet knights 70l. 16s. for 177 days.
Roteland. John Pensax and Robert Scarle 70l. 16s. for 177 days.
Norhamptonshire. John Warrewyk and John Cope 70l. 16s. for 177 days.
Bedfordshire. Thomas Durant and Hugh Hasilden 68l. 8s. for 171 days.
Bukinghamshire. Edmund Brudenell and John Gyffarde 68l. 8s. for 171 days.
Huntingdonshire. John Tiptot knight and John Botiller 68l. 8s. for 171 days.
Cambridgeshire. Baldwin Seintgeorge knight and William Asenhull 68l. 8s. for 171 days.
Norffolk. Edmund Neoun knight and John Reymes 70l. 16s. for 177 days.
Suffolk. John Straunge and William Bardewelle knights 70l. 16s. for 177 days.
Essex. Helming Leget and Richard Baynarde 66l. for 165 days.
Hertfordshire. John Pulteney knight and John Goldyngton 66l. for 165 days.
Middlesex. John Wroth knight and Henry Somer 63l. 12s. for 159 days.
Kent. Richard Clytherowe and Robert Clyfforde 68l. 8s. for 171 days.
Surrey. John Wyntereshull and John Gravesende 66l. for 165 days.
Sussex. John Pelham and John Dalyngrugge knights 68l. 8s. for 171 days.
Oxfordshire. Thomas Chaucer and John Willicotes 68l. 8s. for 171 days.
Berkshire. Lawrence Dru and Thomas Chelray 68l. 8s. for 171 days.
Salop. David Holbache and Thomas de Whitton 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Staffordshire. Humphrey Stafforde and Thomas de Aston knights 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Herefordshire. John Harry and Thomas Holgot 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Gloucestershire. Thomas Filznycoll knight and Robert Whityngton 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Worcestershire. Ralph Arderne and Thomas Hodyngton 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Wiltesir. Thomas Bonham and Thomas Calston 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
The county of Suthampton. John Berkeley and Thomas Skelton knights 68l. 8s. for 171 days.
Somerset. Walter Rodeney and Leonard Hakelot knights 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Dorset. Humphrey Stafforde and Ivo Fitzwaryn knights 73l. 4s. for 183 days.
Devon. Hugh Luterell and Thomas Pomerey knights 78l. for 195 days.
Cornwall. John Arundell knight and Nicholas Brempforde 80l. 8s. for 201 days.
[Ibid., p. 477.]
To the mayor and bailiffs of Lincoln. (Like) writ for 36l. 12s. in favour of Richard Worsop and Thomas Forster citizens at the said parliament, namely 2s. a day each for 183 days.
The following have like writs:
Canterbury. Edmund Horne and Richard Water citizens 34l. 4s. for 171 days.
Rochester. Reynold Shrewesbery and Thomas Chertesey citizens 34l. 4s. for 171 days.
Cicestre. Thomas Nele and John Tolyte citizens 34l. 4s. for 171 days.
New Sarum. William Bayly and William Boyton citizens 36l. 12s. for 183 days.
Bath. Thomas Rymor and Henry Bertlot citizens 36l. 12s. for 183 days.
Winchester. Edmund Pykarde and Thomas Smale citizens 36l. 12s. for 183 days.
Grymesby. John de Keleby and William Lile burgesses 36l. 12s. for 183 days.
Notyngham. Walter Stacy and Thomas Fox burgesses 36l. 12s. for 183 days.
Derby. Thomas Goldsmyth and John Fayreclogh burgesses 36l. 12s. for 183 days.
Leycester. John Donyngton and Roger Goldsmyth burgesses 35l. 8s. for 177 days.
Warrewyk. John Weston and John Brome burgesses 35l. 8s. for 177 days.
Huntyngton. Richard Prentys and John Haukyn burgesses 34l. 4s. for 171 days.
[Ibid., p. 480.]