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Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward I: Volume 4, 1301-1307. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1898.

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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS.

30 EDWARD I.

1301. Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

MEMBRANE 36.

Pardon to Robert Haket of Wakefeld for the death of German us le Ko, as it appears by the record of Adam de Crokedayk and Thomas de Metham, justices appointed to deliver York gaol, that he killed him in a fit of madness. By p.s.

Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

Appointment of Walter de Beysyn, Richard de Harlegh, and John de Heranvill to select in the counties of Salop and Stafford 1,000 foot, 500 from each county, to be conducted by the said Walter to Linlithgow by the morrow of the Circumcision at latest, to set forth thence at the king's wages against the Scots.

The like of the following and in the following counties: John de Heselarton, Robert Ughtred and Simon de Kyme to select in the county of York 1,100 foot, to wit, in Blakeburnshire, 300; in Hallumshire, 300; in Pykering and the moor of Blakhou, 300; in Richemundshire, 100; in Holdernesse, 100; to be conducted by the said John and Robert, and to be there on the morrow of St. Lucy the Virgin.

The like of Richard Talebot to select in the county of Gloucester, as well in the forest of Dene, and within liberties as without, 500 foot, and to conduct them so as to be there on the morrow of the Circumcision.

The like of Thomas Malet to select in the counties of Nottingham and Derby 900 foot, 400 from Nottingham, 500 from Derby, whereof 100 shall be with slings, to be there by Christmas Eve.

The like of John de Swynburn, Richard de Horsle, Nicholas Punchardoun, and Thomas de Clenhull, to select in the county of Northumberland 1,300 foot, to be conducted by the said Richard and Thomas so as to be there by the morrow of St. Lucy the Virgin.

Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

Writ of aid for the above commissioners, directed to the sheriff of Salop and Stafford.

The like directed to the sheriffs of :—

York.

Gloucester.

Nottingham and Derby.

Northumberland. [Parl. Writs: vol. i. pp. 361, 362.]

Mandate by writ close to the sheriff of Salop and Stafford, to appoint one of his clerks to pay the wages of the above foot selected in his bailiwick until they come to the king and these shall be allowed in his account.

The like to the sheriffs of York, Gloucester, and Nottingham and Derby.

Writ of aid for John de Heselarton, John de Sothill, and Simon de Kyme, appointed to select in the county of York 1,100 foot, directed to William le Vavassur and Thomas de Furnivall.

Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

Mandate to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place, and the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Dublin, to purvey out of the issues of that land 2,000 quarters of wheat, 2,000 quarters of oats, 2,000 quarters of malt, 4,000 of great fish, and 20,000 of herring for the use of the king and his son, Edward, prince of Wales, and his other subjects on the Scotch expedition; and they are to send thereof 1,300 quarters of corn, 1,300 quarters of oats, 1,300 of malt, 3,000 of great fish, and 15,000 of herring to Skynburnnesse for the munitions of the castles of Dumfres and Loghmaban to James de Dalilegh, king's clerk, receiver of the stores there, and the residue to the castle of Newcastle on Are, for the munition thereof to the constable of that castle, as soon as possible and by the Purification at latest; and the king sends John de Wrocwardyn, king's clerk, to expedite the business.

Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

Appointment of John de Langeford, king's clerk, to supervise and expedite the taxation, collection and payment of the fifteenth on moveables in the counties of Hereford, Salop, and Stafford, lately granted to the king by the commonalties of these counties as by the commonalties of the rest of the counties in the parliament at Lincoln.

The like of the following persons in the following counties:—

Richard de Winchestre, clerk, in Surrey and Sussex.

Master William de Apperle, clerk, in Gloucester and Worcester.

William de Carleton and Lambert de Thrikingham in York.

Master Richard de Havering in Nottingham and Derby.

Nicholas de Warewik in Warwick and Leicester.

Thomas de Sweyneseie in Devon and Cornwall.

John de Bradeford in Somerset and Dorset.

William de Burn in Wilts.

John de Kirkebi in Southampton.

Hugh de Hengham in Kent.

William de Langeleie in Middlesex.

Walter de Cloun in Essex and Hertford.

Hervey de Stanton in Cambridge and Huntingdon.

Roger de Hegham in Buckingham and Bedford.

Master John de Everdon in Oxford and Berks.

Peter de Leycestre in Northampton.

Ralph de Dalton in Northumberland.

Adam de Crokedaik in Lancaster.

James de Dalilegh in Cumberland and Westmoreland.

Adam de Crokedayk in Lancaster. [Parl. Writs: vol. i. p. 110.]

Nov. 22. Linlithgow.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by William de Puntyngton, for the alienation in mortmain by him to the dean and chapter of St. Peter's, Exeter, of 68s. 4d. of rent in Exeter.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain by Bartholomew de Acre of Norwich to the abbot and convent of Langele of a messuage in Norwich.

Oct. 23. Linlithgow.

Licence for Richard de Afton to enfeoff John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, of his manor of Afton, which he holds in chief, and for the latter to demise it to the former for life. By p.s. of the 30th year.

Vacated because on the roll of the 29th year.

Nov. 22. Linlithgow.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Belstede the elder and Robert de Thweyt to the prior and convent of Alnesbrunne of 2 acres of land in Halghetre and the advowson of the church of that town.

Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

Mandate to the sheriff of Surrey and Sussex to purvey out of the issues of his bailiwick as well out of dues to be levied as other sources, 1,000 quarters of wheat and 500 quarters of oats, and sacks or tuns to put them in, to cause them to be carried to the nearest port, to hire ships to transport them, and to deliver the same to persons whom the king will appoint, to the towns of Bourg and Blaye in Gascony for the munition of the same; under the supervision of Richard de Wyntonia, king's clerk.

The like to the sheriff of Worcester to purvey 500 quarters of wheat and sacks, &c., for the munition of Bourg; under the supervision of Adam Gerland of Blyth, king's clerk.

The like to the sheriff of Gloucester to purvey a like amount under like supervision.

The like to the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, to purvey 500 quarters of wheat more, in addition to the 1,500 quarters of wheat which he was heretofore ordered to send to Bayonne for the munition of the towns of St. Sever, Sordes, St. Quitterie, Saut (de Saltu) and Bonnegarde; under the supervision of William Druel, king's clerk.

MEMBRANE 35.

Nov. 22. Linlithgow.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, by Gilbert de Knovill, for the alienation in mortmain by him of a messuage and 54 acres of land, 10 acres of meadow, and 12s. 10d. rent in Pokyngton and Barinton, and the advowson of the church of Pokyngton, to four chaplains to celebrate divine service there for the soul of Gilbert and the soul of Hawisia his wife, and of all the faithful departed.

Nov. 16. Linlithgow.

Writ of aid, for one year, for Stephen le Meu, whom John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, is sending to divers parts to buy cloth, spicery, and other things.

Nov. 28. Linlithgow.

Letters for Master Bartholomew de Sutton, staying in Ireland, nominating John de Sutton and John de Leveringston his attorneys for one year.

Nov. 28. Linlithgow.

Pardon to William le Teyntour of Sherburn, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of William Cousin of Driffeld, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Nov. 25. Linlithgow.

Appointment of William de Trente as taker of wines of the right prise throughout England during pleasure, so that he answer at the Exchequer as other takers of wines. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Nov. 26. Linlithgow.

Pardon to Roger son of John de Kawode, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Simon de Horneby, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Nov. 26. Linlithgow.

The like, at the instance of Master John de Kenle, king's clerk, to William Colle of Herdewyk, for the death of Henry de Rokeland, and of any consequent outlawry, and for rescuing out of the hands of the men of the township of Staunton, Simon son of William Thomas of Herdewyk, who is said to have killed the said Henry. By p.s.

Nov. 23. Linlithgow.

Grant to Bogo de Knovill the younger of the forfeiture due to the king by Elizabeth, late the wife of Warin Mauduyt, tenant in chief, for marrying without licence. By p.s.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, if he has seized any of her lands or goods for that reason, to restore them.

Dec. 2. Linlithgow.

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for the abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury. By p.s.

Licence, for a fine of 100s. made at the Exchequer by Simon son of Robert de Daventre, to hold in fee simple the manor of Falewesle, which he holds by feoffment of Thomas de Capes, who held it in chief.

Dec. 2. Linlithgow.

Pardon to William Cryle of Oure, by reason of his service on the coast of Scotland, for the death of John Botermouth of Lenn, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

The like to Stephen de Seleby, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Thomas Rogieresserjaunt de Scoter at Stowe St. Mary, and of his abjuration of the realm for the same. By p.s.

Nov. 5 (sic.) Linlithgow.

The like, at the instance of Marmaduke de Twenge, to John de Bonyngton for the death of Thomas de Heslerton, and for the rape of Beatrice, late the wife of Saer de Bilton, and for robberies and other trespasses, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Dec. 3. Linlithgow.

The like to John le Bakere of Coubrigge, by reason of his service on the coast of Scotland, for the death of Peter le Galeys, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Dec. 5. Linlithgow.

Mandate to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place, and the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer of Dublin, to purvey 200 tuns of wine and 20 tuns of honey out of the issues of that land for the maintenance of the king, Edward, prince of Wales, his son, and other subjects in the present Scotch expedition, and to send the same to Skynburnesse for the munition of the castles of Dumfres and Loghmaban, to James de Dalilegh, king's clerk, receiver of the stores there, so as to be there by the Purification at latest; under the supervision of John de Wrocwardyn, king's clerk. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

Dec. 6. Linlithgow.

Simple protection, for two years in Ireland, for Gunnora de Valoniis, staying in England.

Nov. 30. Linlithgow.

Thomas de Totinton, Adam de Hunterston and John de Saham, monks of St. Edmunds, bringing news of the death of John, their abbot, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Memorandum, that the letters which the said monks brought to the king to obtain his licence were close, and that the king, notwithstanding that those letters were presented to him contrary to the custom of the realm used in such a case, nevertheless, in consideration of the devotion he has for St. Edmund, the intercession of Edmund his son and the labour of the monks in bearing the letters so far, has granted his licence this time of bis special grace to the prior and convent; on condition that they bring to the chancellor this side Hilary their letters patent sealed with the seal of the chapter containing the tenor and date of the said letters close; and this the said monks have promised the chancellor to do.

Pardon, at the instance of John, earl of Warenne, to John de Wortelay for the death of John de Warham. [Incomplete.]

Vacated because in the roll of the 29th year.

Dec. 1. Linlithgow.

Grant to Peter Dun and William Bylling, on testimony by John de Boteturte of their service, of the bailiwick of the forestry of Rowardyn in the forest of Dene, during good behaviour. By p.s.

Grant to Nicholas le Long, on like testimony, of the serjeanty which John le Blund of St. Briavels had in the forest of Dene, during good behaviour. By p.s.

Dec. 16. Linlithgow.

Letters for Theobald de Verdoun the younger, staying in England, nominating Ingelram le Venur and Peter Bonserjaunt his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Dec. 18. Linlithgow.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Sancto Laurencio, brother of the hospital of St. Nicholas without York, to the custody thereof, with the rents, service and other goods, until a master is appointed.

Dec. 15. Linlithgow.

Pardon to Hugh Ebsy of Swynesheved, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Alan son of Margaret de Byker and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like to John de Wesebech, 'seler,' of Staumford, for like reason, for the death of Thomas de Exton, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Dec. 8. Linlithgow.

The like, at the instance of Ralph de Monte Hermeri, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, to Thomas Calling of Erlescrich, co. Dorset, for the death of Philip Anderbode of Brunnescorne, co. Dorset, and for escaping from the hands of the bailiffs of that county when they took him at Erlescrich for that death. By p.s.

Dec. 18. Linlithgow.

Letters of credence to the knights, good men and commonalty of the county of Lincoln, for John de Insula and Lambert de Thrikingham, sent there on affairs committed to them by word of mouth.

The like for the following in the following counties:—

Master Richard de Havering, clerk, and Ralph de Shirle in Nottingham.

The same in Derby.

William Haward and Hervey de Staunton in Cambridge.

Walter de Pavely and John Gerberge in Dorset.

Master Richard de Abyndon, clerk, and Walter de Gloucestre in Norfolk.

The same in Suffolk.

Walter de Pavely and John Gerberge in Somerset.

William Haward and Hervey de Staunton in Huntingdon.

John de Sandale, clerk, and William de Harpeden in Essex.

The same in Hertford.

John de Batesford, John de Kirbebi, clerk, and John Randolf in Southampton.

The same in Surrey.

The same in Sussex.

Ralph de Sandwico and Henry de Cobeham in Kent.

Nicholas Fermbaud and Richard Talebot in Gloucester. [Parl. Writs: vol. i. p. 402.]

Membrane 34.

Dec. 18. Linlithgow.

Mandate to the taxers and collectors of the fifteenth in the county of Lincoln to pay, out of the last term's receipts, for the corn which the knights, good men and commonalty of that county have granted the king for the Scotch expedition, to be received by Midsummer, by view of a clerk to be deputed thereto.

The like to the same in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Sussex, Essex, Southampton, Kent, Dorset, Somerset, Hertford, Surrey, Nottingham, Derby and Gloucester.

Dec. 18. Linlithgow.

The like to the same in the county of York to pay, out of the last term's receipts, for the corn granted by the knights, good men and commonalty of that county, and already delivered for the Scotch expedition, the payment for which they respited at the king's request until Midsummer.

The like to the same in the counties of Lincoln, Cambridge, Norfolk, Suffolk, Nottingham, Derby and Huntington. [Parl. Writs: vol. i. p. 403.]

Dec. 20. Linlithgow.

Pardon to John son of Walter de Grafton for the death of Henry de Fotheringeye, as it appears by inquisition made by the sheriff and coroners of Berks that he killed him in self-defence.

Dec. 25. Linlithgow.

Letters for Henry de Eynesham, staying in England, nominating John de Boseworth his attorney in Ireland for two years.

The like to Gunnora de Valoniis, staying in England, nominating William le Wyse and William le Taillur in Ireland for two years.

Dec. 18. Linlithgow.

Pardon, at the instance of Peter de Shevyndon, king's chaplain, to Richard de Heyford for the death of William le Blabe of Rottele and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Dec. 12. Linlithgow.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum by the sheriff of Norfolk, for Henry de Halle of Norwich to enclose the high road on the south of his messuage in Taseburgh, leading from Hemenhale through the middle of the town of Taseburgh towards Fornesete, and containing in length 31 perches and in breadth 10 feet; and also the high road on the west side leading from the church of Taseburgh to Neuton Floteman, and containing in length 35 perches and in breadth 8 feet, for the enlargement of his said messuage, as it appears that it will not damage the men of the town of Taseburgh; on condition that he make two competent roads there on his own soil.

Dec. 16. Linlithgow.

Pardon to Henry Bishop of Warmwelle, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of John Gerveys of Sutton and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Dec. 13. Linlithgow.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Robert Luterel to the prior and convent of Sempingham of four messuages, two carucates of land and 12 marks of rent in Ketene and Cotesmor, and of a messuage, a carucate of land and 10 marks of rent in Staunford and Castreton; granted because the king heretofore charged the priory with Wenthliana daughter of Llewellin, sometime prince of Wales. By p.s.

1302. Jan. 3. Linlithgow.

Appointment of John de Heslarton, Robert Ughtred, Simon de Kyme and Ralph de Dalton, in pursuance of a former appointment of the first three to select 1,000 foot in the parts of Blakeburnshire, Hallumshire, Pykering, the moor of Blakhou, Richmundshire and Holdernesse, co. York, as the business presses, to select 1,000 men anywhere in that county so as to be at York on Friday after the Epiphany at latest, to be conducted thence to Lynliscu by the said John and Robert.

Writ of aid for them, directed to the sheriff and others of that county. [Parl. Writs: vol. i. p. 362.]

1301. Dec. 3. Linlithgow.

Pardon, at the instance of John de Dingnineton, king's chaplain, to Bartholomew Joseph of Dingnineton, for the death of Geoffrey Goudyn of Peusenhale, for taking venison in the park of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, of Framelyngham, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Jan. 4. Linlithgow.

Letters for Ralph de Monte Hermeri, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, staying in England, nominating Robert de Eston his attorney in Ireland for two years. By p.s.

Jan. 8. Linlithgow.

Simple protection in Ireland, for one year, for Richard, archbishop of Dublin, staying in England. By p.s.

Jan. 6. Linlithgow.

Grant, for life, to John Pyacle, king's messenger, in consideration of his long service, and especially for the news he brought to the king of the birth of Edmund, the king's son, of the custody of the pesage of the town of Southampton, so that he render at the Exchequer as other keepers have been wont to do.

By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield by his letters.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Southampton.

1301. Dec. 9. Linlithgow.

Pardon to Richard son of Robert de Askeby, John son of William de Warthecopp, William son of William de Warthecopp and Thomas son of William de Warthecopp, by reason of their service in Scotland, for rescuing Richard son of William de Warthecopp when indicted of the death of John Baron, so that he could not be taken by the men of the town of Warthecopp following him. By p.s.

1302. Jan. 4. Linlithgow.

The like to Roger Fordiane of Lychefeld, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Roger Lilie of Whitington and also of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

1301. Dec. 28. Linlithgow.

Presentation of Maurice de Poyssy to the church of Lugwardyn, in the diocese of Hereford. By p.s

Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

Pardon, at the instance of Ralph de Monte Hermerii, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, to William Staleworth, for the death of Walter Blundel. By p.s.

Dec. 30. Linlithgow.

Simple protection, for one year, for Baldwin le Flemyug, going to Ireland.

1302. Jan. 12. Linlithgow.

Letters for Amicia, late the wife of William de Shepeye, staying in England, nominating Gilbert de Lacy her attorney in Ireland for one year.

1301. Dec. 14. Linlithgow.

Pardon to William le Porcher of Noneton, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of William le Poer. By p.s.

The like to Peter le Messer for the same death, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 33.

Dec. 30. Linlithgow.

Safe-conduct, for two years, at the instance of Edward the king's son, for Peter Peres and Andrew Peres de Castro Seriz, merchants of Burgos in Spain, and their men coming to the realm in ships of the king's dominion (dominii nostri) with merchandise; and they are not to be molested by reason of the arrest called 'la Mark,' lately granted for the men of the duchy of Aquitaine. By p.s.

1302. Jan. 3. Linlithgow.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities of the priory of Derhurst to Peter de Thorigniaco, preferred thereto by the abbot and convent of St. Denis in France in the room of Stephen, late prior, whom they have absolved from that cure and recalled to their church, as appears by their letters patent which the king has inspected. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

1301. Dec. 26. Linlithgow.

Pardon to Thomas Margarete of Houton for the death of Richerus Bedr, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnel and Richard de Walsingham, justices appointed to deliver Norwich gaol, that he killed him in selfdefence. By p.s.

1302. Jan. 18. Linlithgow.

Mandate to John de Shefeld, king's clerk, to go personally to the coast near Hertelpol, where it appears some of the ships laden at Hull with corn, wine, fish, flesh and other victuals for the king and his army in Scotland, have been wrecked, and to save and collect the victuals and hire ships to convey the same to the king.

Jan. 9. Linlithgow.

Pardon at the request of Poncius, lord of Châtillon, to William Amaneui de Burgo son of Alquelinus Androu, for having given away in marriage to one of the king's enemies, Aupays de Lausag, whom he held in ward by mandate of Guy Ferre, then the king's lieutenant in the duchy, on condition that he should not marry the said Aupays without the king's licence, on account of which the said Guy caused him to be arrested and his lands to be taken into the king's hands; and to Aupays. Nevertheless, his lands, which the king has assigned to Poncius de Vares[io], shall remain to the latter until further order. By p.s.

Jan. 20. Linlithgow.

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for the merchants of Bayonne, appointed, in satisfaction of the king's debts to them, to the custody of the custom on wool, hides, and wool fells in England and Ireland, bringing the money received therefrom from time to time to London. By p.s.

Jan. 20. Linlithgow.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Aslakeby and Petronilla his wife to the prior and Friars Preachers of Jarum of 5 acres of land in Jarum, for the enlargement of their place there, on condition that a footpath between the said land and the water of Teyse be kept by stiles. By p.s.

Jan. 20. Linlithgow.

Appointment of Walter de Pavilly, Thomas de Ralegh and John de Crokesle, in the room of Gilbert de Knovill, John Gereberd and Humphrey de Waleden, who cannot attend, to make the perambulation of the forest in the county of Devon, according to the tenor of the commission directed to the latter. By C.

Jan. 8. Linlithgow.

Notification that 2,000l. collected by view of the controllers from the custom in England and Ireland by the deputies of the citizens of Bayonne, to whom the said custom has been assigned in satisfaction of the king's debts due to them by letters patent of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, when lieutenant in the duchy, which they have handed over to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, of their own free will, shall not be computed to them as part of the receipts of the custom; but that they shall continue to hold the same until they are fully satisfied of their said debts. By p.s.

Jan. 20. Linlithgow.

Letters for Robert de Overton, executor of the will of Ralph de Watervill, staying in England, nominating William de Watervill his attorney in Ireland for years.

Jan. 15. Linlithgow.

Pardon, at the instance of Gilbert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, to Richard de Routhebury, Rothebary in p.s. 25, for the death of Adam Troutere of Redesdale and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Rothebury in ps. 25

Letters for Thomas, abbot of Fécamp, staying beyond seas, nominating John de Cokefeld and William le Drinkair his attorneys for one year.

Walter de Langeton, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, received the attorneys.

Jan. 26. Linlithgow.

Simple protection, for one year, for Richard de Bereford, clerk, staying in Ireland on the king's service.

Jan. 21. Linlithgow.

Pardon to Robert de Cotes, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the carrying away of eight sheep in the fold of Elias, parson of the church of Ecclesale at Cotes. By p.s.

1301. Dec. 12. Linlithgow.

The like to John le Long of Wokyndon, for like service, for the death of John Swenyng and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

1302. Jan. 20. Linlithgow.

The like to William son of William Attenolwode, by reason of his service on the coast of Scotland, for the death of Gilbert Attewatre of Underoure. By p.s.

Jan. 28. Linlithgow.

Confirmation of a demise, for four years from Whitsuntide, by Joan, late the wife of John Wake, lady of Lidel, tenant in chief, to Donus de Podio of 500 marks dry rent in the manors of Cotingham, Kirkeby Moresheved, Brunne and Deping from certain tenants therein, to wit in Cotingham 200l., in Kirkeby Moresheved 100l., in Brunne 25 marks, and in Deping 25 marks, as appears by a writing which the king has inspected. By p.s.

Protection, for one year, in Ireland for Thomas de Multon of Egremund, staying in England.

Letters for him, nominating John son of Roger le Cleter his attorney for one year.

Jan. 28. Linlithgow.

The like for Ralph Pippard, staying in England, nominating Thomas le Warenner and Robert le Archer his attorneys for two years in Ireland.

Jan. 26. Linlithgow.

Pardon to William Cryle of Oure, by reason of his service on the coast of Scotland, for the death of Eudo Botermouth of Lenn, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

The like to Miles Pychard, for like reason, for the death of William le Couk of Maddeleye. By p.s.

1301. Dec. 9. Linlithgow.

The like to Thomas de Stirkeland, for like reason, for the death of Richard son of Walter de la Bergh and for robberies, &c. in divers parts. By p.s.

1302. Jan. 31. Linlithgow.

Letters for Reginald Russel and Margaret his wife, staying in England, nominating Alexander de Bikenore and John le fiz Waryn their attorneys for one year.

Jan. 28. Linlithgow.

Appointment of John de Aune, clerk, to the custody, during pleasure, of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisances of debts in the city of Winchester.

Mandate to Petronilla, late the wife of Adam de Northampton, to deliver the greater piece of that seal to Richard Gabriel, mayor of that city, and the smaller to the said John.

Mandate to the mayor to receive the same and act in conjunction with the said John.

Jan. 30. Linlithgow.

Signification to B. the Pope of the royal assent to the election of Thomas de Totyngton, sub-prior of St. Edmunds, to be abbot thereof. By p.s.

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for William de Tolosa going beyond seas. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 32.

Jan. 26. Linlithgow.

Treaty made between the men of Philip, king of France, to wit, the count of Saint Pool, the count of Drues, Monsieur Hubert de Bonville and Monsieur Piers Flote, knights of that king, and the bishop of Chester, the earl of Lincoln, the archdeacon of Richmond and John de Berewyk, canon of York, touching a truce with the Scots. French. [Fœdera.]

Membrane 32 (Schedule).

Jan. 26. Linlithgow.

To the like effect. French.

Memorandum, that the letter on the roll above-mentioned was taken to France by Sir John de Berewyk and brought back by him and amended and changed to the form in the schedule. French.

Jan. 19. Linlithgow.

Presentation of Robert de Gilling to the church of Northkove, in the diocese of Norwich. By p.s.

Jan. 18. Linlithgow.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to Gilbert le Mareschal of Thedelthorp for the death of Roger le Muner of Thedelthorp. By p.s.

The like to the following:—

John Martyn of Hengham for the death of Geoffrey Saresneveu de Hengham and of Thomas his brother. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

William son of William Gerberge for the death of John de Drayton son of Petronilla de Drayton and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Henry le Revesone of Weston for the death of William Valence. By p.s.

Roger Merse of Asheby la Zusche for the death of William Balle of Asheby le Zusche. By p.s.

Jan. 13. Linlithgow.

Geoffrey del Fen of Dychingham for the death of William atte Stath of Dichingham. By p.s.

Jan. 30. Linlithgow.

William le Smale for the death of Gilbert de Smale. By p.s.

Adam Kyng of Dersingham for the death of Alan Wulmere of Dersingham and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Adam son of Richard de Stratton for the death of William son of Adam de Cotes. By p.s.

Elias son of Alexander le Tistur of Hundresthweyt for the death of William le Fevre of Staynwegges and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Jan. 31. Linlithgow.

Thomas Faukes of Haplesthorp for the death of Geoffrey le Fevre of Enderby. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Alan son of Robert de Cofhill for the death of William son of Adam le Barber of Bolton in Cravene, and for robberies, larcenies, and other trespasses in the county of York and other counties, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Jan. 30. Linlithgow.

Signification to B. the Pope of the royal assent to the election of John de Marines, prior of St. Albans, to be abbot of that place. By p.s.

Jan. 27. Linlithgow.

Grant to John, earl of Warrenne, of the marriage of the heirs of Richard, earl of Arundel, tenant in chief, minors in the king's custody. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to John son of John Swan of Wykyngeston for the death of John Symond of the same and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like to the following:—

Geoffrey son of John Elys of Yevelee for breaking the prison of Notingham, where he was detained for robberies and larcenies, and escaping therefrom, and of his abjuration of the realm. By p.s.

Jan. 18. Linlithgow.

William son of Alan atte Kirk of Ingoldemeles for the death of Stephen atte Hallegarth, and for robberies, &c., in the county of Lincoln and other counties. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Nicholas Reynald of Bodenham for robberies, &c., in Hereford and other counties. By p.s.

Geoffrey Urre of Swafham for the death of Matilda Paines, his wife, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

William son of Robert de Ayra for the death of Alice Thepnndersstepdoghtre, and for robberies, &c., in the county of Cumberland, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Geoffrey son of Warin for homicides, &c., in the realm, and for fleeing from the church of Watford, where he had taken refuge from his enemies and refusing to stand his trial, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

Walter Bateman for robberies, &c., in the county of Salop and other counties, and of his outlawry, if any. By p.s.

John son of John de Waltham for the death of William le Fevre of Sabricheworth. By p.s.

Robert son of William de Tymbel for the death of Richard de Ermscales and Thomas his son. By p.s.

[rectius Erniscales as in p.s. 2488]

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Peter son of Robert Rauf of Little Farndon for the death of Peter le Bercher and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Richard de Etewell for the death of William de Kent and for breaking the prison of Carlisle where he was in custody for the same, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

1301. Dec. 12. Linlithgow.

The like, at the instance of Adam de Welles to Adam son of William Wysse for the death of William Pynne and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Membrane 31 (Schedule).

1302. Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

The like, by reason of his service in Scotland, to Ralph son of John le Taillur of St. Albans for the death of Peter de Milham and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Feb. 10. Roxburgh.

The like, at the instance of some persons, to Avice daughter of Robert Coly of Norton, for her trespasses against the peace, for breaking the prison of Notingham and escaping, and her abjuration of the realm. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 31.

Jan. 30. Linlithgow.

The like, by reason of his service in Scotland, to John son of Thomas de Nedham, for the death of Richard de Hertindon, clerk, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like for the same reason to the following:—

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

William de Merse, for the death of William Balle of Assheby la Zusche and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Jan. 30. Linlithgow.

John Pertrich of Thorok Brianzon, for the death of Gilbert de Orpede of Thorok Brianston. By p.s.

John son of Adam de Stok of Wolde, for the death of William son of John Bate of Stok. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Henry de Swerford, for the larceny of a mare and nine capons at Stepel Aston, co. Oxford. By p.s.

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

Richard de Waltham and John de Badbergham, canons of the church of Holy Cross, Waltham, bringing news of the death of Robert their abbot, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Letters for Joan, late the wife of John Criketot, staying in England, nominating John de Baddesawe and John Botte her attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to Thomas le Keu of Malteby, for the death of Nicholas Drabel of Hattefeld. By p.s.

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

Pardon, at the instance of Hugh de Veer, to Robert de Sancto Claro, for taking three does in the forest of Bernewode. By p.s.

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

The like, by reason of his service in Scotland, to Robert son of William Reinald of Swepston, for the death of Henry de Grendon son of Robert le Provost of Grendon. By p.s.

1301. Oct. 16. Dunipace.

The like, at the instance of William de Leyburne, to Henry de Benyndenne for the death of Robert Brounsmith of Centerdenne and other trespasses in the county of Kent and other counties, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

The like, by reason of his service in Scotland, to Robert de Bobenhill for the death of Robert son of Henry le Provost of Dubberig, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

The like to the following:—

Robert de Aldeborou son of Ralph le Clerc of Alderborou, for the death of William son of Robert de Alderborou and of his outlawry. By p.s.

Roger Gerard of Little Blakenham, for robbery from William de Ros at Little Blakenham and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Hugh Treype of Botolvesdale, for the death of Eustace son of John Sorel of Birlingham, and his abjuration of the realm. By p.s.

Richard Taunvill of Lyuton, for the death of William Traynel. By p.s.

Lambert de Hobrightthornes, for the death of Henry le Forester. By p.s.

Jan. 18. Linlithgow.

Robert de Insula, for the death of John le Whyteclerk. By p.s.

1301. Dec. 9. Linlithgow.

Licence for the merchants of the society of the Ricardi of Lucca, notwithstanding the king's arrest of their houses and goods in London by reason of their debts to him, whereof he has great need, to grant the said houses in fee simple to Guy Ferre the younger, or in some other way to satisfy the latter for their debts to him. By p.s.

1302. Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

Letters for Roger Lestrange, by reason of his sickness, nominating John de Staunford and William de Strongeford his attorneys for two years. By K.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to Finian son of Peter de Overekeled for the death of Robert son of Peter le Charpenter of Overekeled. By p.s.

Feb. 3. Edinburgh.

Simple protection, until Midsummer, for Master Thomas de Suthwerk, gone to the court of Rome with Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Pardon to the following, by reason of their service in Scotland:—

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

Richard le Leche of Ludelawe, for robbery from the abbot of Mirivall in the county of Warwick, another robbery from Ralph Fox in Hurleye, another from Reginald Colet at La Pole, and for other robberies, &c., in the county of Salop and other counties, and of his abjuration of the realm for the said robberies, &c. By p.s.

John de Rypon son of William Redhod, for the death of Robert de Miton and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

John son of William de Smytheton, for the death of John Morgan. By p.s.

The like to the following:—

Richard son of Peter le Mareschal of Monte Gomery, for the death of Stephen son of William le Charetter of the same. By p.s.

Stephen Bisshop, for the death of Adam de Masham. By p.s.

Robert son of William de Smytheton, for the death of John Morgan. By p.s.

The like, by reason of their service in Scotland, to:—

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

Reginald de Mornhale, for the death of Henry de Wyrlegh. By p.s.

Adam Nichol of Cestrefeld, for the death of Roger Hardyngson of Shenestan. By p.s.

Jan. 28. Linlithgow.

Roger Nel of Derham, for breaking the prison of Derham and escaping, and for breaking the park of Hugh Bardolf of Wyneberg. By p.s.

Feb. 12. Roxburgh.

Safe-conduct, until Midsummer, for Gerard de Frenay, knight, whom the king is sending beyond seas on affairs touching Elizabeth, countess of Holand and Zeland and lady of Friesland; and his household.

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

Pardon, at the instance of Adam de Welles, to William le Provost of Aby, for the death of John Beldon, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

The like, by reason of his service in Scotland, to:—

John Merle of Lenn, for the death of Margaret, late the wife of Thomas de Cantuaria, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

The like to the following:—

Thomas son of John le Shipman of Twyford, for the death of John de Baggesagh and his abjuration of the realm. By p.s.

Roger Spachet of Hynton, for the death of Emma, late the wife of Geoffrey Spachet. By p.s.

Richard le Breymon, for the death of Thomas le Teyntur of Treuru. By p.s.

Geoffrey de Heywode, for the death of William Gerard and for escaping from the hands of the king's bailiffs of Assheburn when they took him for the same. By p.s.

John le Archer of Lesarth, for the death of John Rogroun of Troon (de Sancto Truone). By p.s.

Henry Blundel, for the death of Robert le Peyntor of Kent. By p.s.

Feb. 12. Roxburgh.

William Heved, for the death of John Quarel. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Roger le Keu, for the death of Thomas Fuat of Berkingg. By p.s.

Roger de Derby, for the death of John de Ayleston. By p.s.

William de Aragun, for the death of Henry du Seler of Athelingeflete. By p.s.

Thomas de Est Lecche Sancti Martini, for the death of Adam son of Richard Siwet of Est Lecche Sancti Martini, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Membrane 30 (Schedule.)

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Mandate to the abbot of Malmesbury to pay to Margaret, late the wife of Edmund, earl of Cornwall, tenant in chief, for her life, 20l. a year, which he was accustomed to pay to the earl for the farm of the town of Malmesbury, the king having assigned it to her as part of her dower and to do whatever else appertains to the said rent.

MEMBRANE 30.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Pardon to Walter Poleyn of Weybrede, for the death of Simon son of Roger Simound. By p.s.

The like.

Vacated because above.

Feb. 14. Roxburgh.

The like to Richard Logan of Ireland, for the death of Richard Brandan of Cork, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

The like for Ralph de Husteweyt, for the death of John de Tykehill. By p.s.

The like for William Heryng of Tynneslowe, for the death of Thomas le Blount of Tynneslowe.

Feb. 18. Roxburgh.

Grant to Edmund le Panetier, serjeant of Edward the king's son, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands which William de Cheyndut held in chief in the manor of Langeleye. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent.

Feb. 17. Roxburgh.

Grant, at the instance of Edward the king's son, to John le Ussher king's serjeant, of the custody, for life and during good behaviour, of the castle of Dyvelyn, rendering and receiving the same as former keepers. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to Geoffrey de Morton, for the death of Giles le Bouchier. By p.s.

Feb. 17. Roxburgh.

Presentation of Ralph de Manton to the church of Clyve Episcopi, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's hands by reason of that bishopric being in the king's hands. By p.s.

Feb. 17. Roxburgh.

Pardon, by reason of his servics in Scotland, to Geoffrey son of Simon de Belton, for the death of William Abel of Watton, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Pardon to Richard Crowe of his outlawry for non-appearance before John de Metingham and his fellows, justices of the Bench, on a plea of trespass of Mary de Nevill, as appears by the record of the said justices, [Unfinished entry.]

Vacated because on the roll of the 29th year.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Writ of aid, directed to the sheriff and others of York, for speedy execution of the commission to Gerard Salvayn, Alexander de Cave, Robert de Berleye, Geoffrey de Hothum, Robert Gower, and Ralph son of Ranulph, heretofore appointed to collect the fifteenth in that county from all the temporalities of ecclesiastics and seculars, but who have put off levying the same, to the king's great loss. It was and still is the king's intention that goods purely spiritual shall not be taxed by reason of this fifteenth.

The like for the following in the following counties:—

Richard de Byngham, Nottingham.
Richard de Furneus,
Robert de Jorz,
William le Waleys, Leicester.
William Motun,
John de Holt,
David de Fletewyk, Lincoln.
Ralph de Littlebury,
Henry de Baieuse,
Ralph Paynel,
Richard de Herthill, Warwick.
John de Sumervill,
Robert de Napton,
Geoffrey de Greseleie, Derby.
Henry de Braylesford,
Hugh Tenery,
John de Lucy, Cumberland.
Thomas de Derewentwater,
Ralph Deyncurt,
Robert de Tymperon,
Michael de Hartcla, Westmoreland.
John de Helton,
Henry de Warlhecop,
Luke Taillebois, Northumberland.
John de Vallibus,
Adam de Benton,
John de Duddene,
Ranulph de Monte Caniso, Hertford.
John Aignel,
John de Harpesfeld,
Hugh Wake, Northampton.
Hugh Daundelyn,
John de Wyleby,
William de Hodenet, Salop.
Roger de Baskervill,
Roger son of Jordan de Pywelesdon,
William de Stafford, Stafford.
Robert de Staundon,
Robert de Pype,
Robert de Flixthorp, Rutland.
John Basset,
John de Littleton, Middlesex.
Nicholas de Halgheford,
John de la Poille,
William de Sancto Georgio, Cambridge.
Baldwin de Colne,
John de Dene, Huntingdon.
William de Pappeworth,
Henry de Praers, Bedford.
William de Hotot,
Peter de Loring,
Roger de Tyringham, Buckingham.
William de Bello Campo,
Elias de Aspele,
Thomas de Gardinis, Oxford.
William de Scalebrok,
John de Broghton,
John de Acton, Gloucester.
John de Langele,
Alexander de Bykenore,
Simon de Crombe, Worcester.
Edmund de Grafton,
John Comyn,
John de Sancto Johanne of Lageham, Berks.
Roger de Inglefeld,
William Plukenet,
Nicholas Blundel, Lancaster.
John Gentil,
Henry de Trafford,
John de Bassingburn, Essex.
Hugh le Blunt,
William le Gros,
Walter le Baud,
Robert de Sancto Claro, Somerset.
Baldric de Nonynton,
John son of Thomas de Bello Campo,
Richard de Rokesle, Kent.
Robert de Kemesyng,
Guncelin de Clyve,
Hugh de Estcote, Wilts.
William de Cotes,
Peter son of Warin,
John de Muleburn, Dorset.
Thomas de Lude,
Reginald de Mangerton,
Robert Gyffard, Cornwall.
Osbert le Soor,
John de Treiagu.
Roger de Cokington, Devon.
Nicholas de Kirkham,
John de Haldesworthi,
Robert de Bekewell, Surrey.
John de Pirile,
Walter de Geddyng,
Robert de Glamorgan, Southampton.
Baldwin de Bello Alneto,
Richard de Westcote,
Alan de Goldyngham, Suffolk.
Roger de Soterle,
Hugh de Muriaus,
Walter de Hopton, Hereford.
William de Ludelawe,
John le Rous,
John le Breton, Norfolk.
Peter Roscelyn,
Walter de Calthorp,
Robert de Hakebech,
Ralph Saunzavoir, Sussex.
John Heryngaud,
John de Hidenye,

[cf. Parl. Writs, vol. i. pp. 110, 111.]

Feb. 16. Roxburgh.

Power to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, to present John de Hothum, king's clerk, to the first ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 60 marks in the king's gift that falls vacant in Ireland. By petition sent from the king.

Feb. 20. Wooler.

Gilbert de Maddeleye and John de Harleye, monks of Worcester, bringing news of the death of Godfrey, their bishop, have letters of licence to elect, directed to the prior and convent of Worcester. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to Thomas son of Simon le Mareschal of Carlisle, for the death of the daughter of Thomas Burel of Carlisle, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

The like to the following:—

Jan. 18. Linlithgow.

Robert Clare, for the death of William Kokes. By p.s.

Feb. 18. Roxburgh.

William Cole of Orleton, for the death of Nicholas de Odeshill. By p.s.

Feb. 17. Roxburgh.

Thomas Bernard of La Laq', for the death of William Smalman. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Richard de Bilford, for the death of Richard de Upton. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

John de Berford of the county of York, for the death of William le Fevre of Berford, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Geoffrey de Charlewode, for the death of Master John de Melleford, for breaking the prison of Sterteford and for robberies in Essex, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Geoffrey son of Warin, for homicides, &c., in the realm, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Jan. 20. Linlithgow.

The like, by reason of their service in Scotland, to:—

Richard le Wylde, for the death of William Pollard, and for robberies in Ireland. By p.s.

1301. Dec. 12. Linlithgow.

Ralph le Champyon, for robberies, &c., in the realm, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like for:—

1302. Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Richard le Taillur of Chalvecroft, for the death of Richard de Bachesmere, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Jan. 26. Linlithgow.

Richard Walkelyn of Raveneston for the arson of the houses of Reginald Bardolf and William Sharp. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Letters for John de Nevill, staying in England, nominating John de Rathmor his attorney in Ireland for one year.

Feb. 17. Roxburgh.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to John son of Henry son of Simon de Hibernia, for the death of Robert le Neuman of Ireland. By p.s.

Feb. 16. Roxburgh.

Assignment to the men of the king's town of Bourg in Gascony, in satisfaction of his debt to them of 750l., of 350l. at the Exchequer, and the remaining 400l. out of the custom on wools, hides and wool-fells in England, by the hands of the receivers and collectors of that custom. By p.s.

Vacated because surrendered and otherwise below.

Letters for Master John de Kenleye, staying in England, nominating John de Hothum his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Feb. 18. Roxburgh.

Appointment of Aubert de Kenlee, in consideration of his service in the Scotch war, to the custody, during pleasure, of the castle of Kildare and of the county, rendering and receiving at the Exchequer, Dublin, the same as preceding constables. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place.

MEMBRANE 29.

Jan. 30. Linlithgow.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to Gervase son of Alice de Mercato, for the death of Ralph son of Peter Goudwyne of Weston, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like for the following:—

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Richard Prodhom of Dillinton, for the death of Goscelin Crane of Dyllinton, and of bis outlawry, if any. By p.s.

1302. Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Hugh Collou of Wullore, for the death of William Schakclok, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Thomas son of Geoffrey de Suanlond, for the death of William son of Ralph'le Bercher of Anlaby. By p.s.

Michael le Wright of Carlisle, for the death of Adam Tadebely of Carlisle, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Feb. 23. Morpeth.

Robert de la Marche, for the death of Robert le Koukesone. By p.s.

Feb. 19. Felton.

Jordan de Sancta Barba of Rysby, for the death of William de Galinton, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

John Scot of Breuton, for the death of William Hakeney. By p.s.

John de Anderby, for the death of John le Suour of Anderby, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

John Champyon of Thornton in Pykering, for the death of Isabella, sometime his wife. By p.s.

Feb. 18. Roxburgh.

John de Cristesheth, for the death of Philip le Ratolere of Hungerford. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Geoffrey Smart of Suthwell, for the death of William de Birton of Snaynton, and for breaking the prison of Nottingham, and of his consequent abjuration of the realm. By p.s.

Feb. 16. Roxburgh.

Robert de la Marche, for the death of Henry de Cycestre. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

Roger de Mortuo Mari, for robberies, &c., in the realm, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

John Selyman, for the death of Roger Bubbe and other trespasses, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Llewellin de Mortuo Mari, for homicides, &c., and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Feb. 15. Roxburgh.

Appointment of Maurice Russel, in consideration of his service in Scotland, to the custody, during pleasure, of the counties of Cork and Waterford, as sheriff, so that he answer for the issues at the Exchequer of Dublin. By petition under the privy seal.

Feb. 23. Morpeth.

Presentation of William son of Hugh de Seleby, to the church of Wollouere, in the diocese of Durham, void by the resignation of Ralph de Manton, late rector. By p.s.

Jan. 25. Linlithgow.

Grant to Mary, the king's daughter, nun of Fontévrault, dwelling at Ambresbury, that she henceforth receive, by the hands of the sheriff of Southampton, the 20 tuns of wine a year which she has been accustomed to receive by the hands of the bailiffs of Southampton, the king having granted that town to Margaret, his consort, for the maintenance of her household and that of Thomas the king's son. By p.s.

Feb. 16. Roxburgh.

Licence for William de Hamelton, dean of St. Peter's, York, to crenellate his dwelling-place adjoining the churchyard for himself and the deans, his successors. By p.s.

Feb. 23. Morpeth.

Letters for John Crok, going to the court of Rome, nominating John son of William le Poer and John son of Benedict le Poer, his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Feb. 17. Roxburgh.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to John de Appelby, for the death of William de Hertford. By p.s.

The like for Ralph de Gaynford, for the death of Alice, daughter of Alan Sharpe of Gaynford. By p.s.

The like for William de Hothum, for the death of Thomas Straunge, and of his outlawry for the same. By petition under the privy seal.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

The like for Roger Redberd of Wynkwyk, for breaking the house of Richard Bony in Crosseby, co. Lancaster, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

The like for Ralph Bloyou for the robbery and other trespasses committed against Henry de Bodrigan at Glasneyth, and for other robberies, &c., in Cornwall. By p.s.

Afterwards it was renewed, with the addition of the receipt of felons. By K. on the information of brother W. de Wynterburn.

Vacated because on the schedule attached.

Membrane 29 (Schedule).

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

The like to the same, by reason of his service in Scotland. Renewed by the roll (per rotulum) with the addition 'and also for all manner of other felonies, robberies, larcenies, homicides, receipt of felons.' By K. on the information of brother W. de Wyntringburn.

Feb. 15. Roxburgh.

Licence for Roger de Novo Castro, an Irishman, in consideration of his service in Scotland, and for his lawfully-begotten children to use English laws in Ireland. By p.s.

Feb. 27. Roxburgh.

Simple protection, for one year, in Ireland, for Robert de Derby, parson of the church of Culrath, going to the court of Rome. By petition sent under the privy seal.

Feb. 15. Roxburgh.

Pardon to Maurice Russel and Robert son of Henry, for trespasses in Ireland. By petition under the privy seal.

Feb. 23. Morpeth.

Licence for the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, towards the relief of their impoverished condition, to appropriate the church of Kirkeby in Kendale, which is of their own patronage, is in the diocese of York, and consists of two portions, on condition that they appropriate none of its chapels, if there are any. By p.s.

Feb. 27. Gateshead.

Letters for Joan, countess of Gloucester and Hertford, staying in England, nominating Robert de Eston her attorney in Ireland for two years.

Feb. 24. Morpeth.

The like for John, prior of Holy Trinity, York, going beyond seas, nominating Simon de Insula his fellow monk and Laurence de Offyn his attorneys until Michaelmas.

Appointment of John de Balybin, in consideration of his service in Scotland, to the custody, during pleasure, of the bailiwick of the chief serjeanty of Offalau in Ireland, rendering at the Exchequer of Dublin, as much as former bailiffs.

Feb. 15. Roxburgh.

Licence for Dermot Ofalue, an Irishman, in consideration of like service, to use English laws in Ireland for life. By pet under p.s.

Vacated because elsewhere.

Feb. 23. Morpeth.

Pardon, in consideration of like service, to Roger Eynredy of Blactoft for the death of Hugh de Trente, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

The like to William son of William de Clifton in Aumondernesse fo the death of Richard son of Cicely de Clyfton, and of any consequent out lawry. By p.s

The like to Thomas de Hedenham, for robberies, &c., in the realm, and of any consequent outlawry.

Vacated because in the 29th year.

Feb. 23. Morpeth.

The like to William Brunyng of le Namtewyche Maban, for the death of William son of William Pilke of Namtewyche, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

The like to Richard son of John de Derby, for robberies, &c., in Nottingham and other counties. By p.s.

Feb. 13. Roxburgh.

Simple protection, for one year, for Ingelram de Gynes, going beyond seas.

Letters for him, nominating John de Cauncefeld and Adam de Burton his attorneys. By p.s.