Close Rolls, Henry VI: January 1438

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Calendar of Close Rolls, Henry VI: Volume 3, 1435-1441. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1937.

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January 1438

Jan. 8.
Kennington manor.
To John Stopyndoun the king's clerk, keeper of the hanaper. Order without fine or fee to deliver to John Spenser parson of Howeton co. Dorset and late monk of Mochelney abbey, otherwise called John Spenseer late parson of Howeton and late monk of Muchelney abbey, otherwise John Spencer, otherwise John Spenser, by whatever name he be called, letters patent whereby the king has pardoned him for all trespasses, misprisions, pains, contempts and forfeitures by reason of his obtaining, receiving and executing certain papal bulls, namely for his exemption from obedience of his order, or for other cause whatsoever, and any outlawry published against him, and has taken him under special protection, the statutes of provisors and any other statutes or ordinances to the contrary notwithstanding. By p.s. [4039.]