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1303-4, membranes 15, 13, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

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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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MEMBRANE 15.

June 10. Perth.

Confirmation of the like, dated Paris, 20 May 1303. French. [The counterpart is in Fœdera, p. 954.]

In Section III., after the word 'armeur,' the above continues: "de vitailles ou dautres choses, queles que eles soient.

"Item, il est accordez que lun ne receptera les baniz du roiaulme de lautre, ne ne les suffrera a recepter ses en terres ne en son poair. Ainces les fera voider dedenz quarante jors apres coe quil en sera requis."

June 30. Strathdighty.

Nullification of all manner of letters and writings obligatory on the side both of Edward and Philip, touching the bail of the duchy of Aquitaine. French. [Fœdera, p. 959.]

June 30. Strathdighty.

Writ de intendendo, directed to justices and others for Robert de Burghersshe, constable of Dover, and John de Bauquell, seneschal of Puntif, knights, of the one part elected by John, bishop of Winchester, Amez, count of Savoy, Henry, earl of Lincoln, and Otto de Grantzun, knight, the king's proctors, and for the lord of Saqu[ain]vill and Mutoun de Blainvill, knights, of the other part, elected by Monsieur Loeys conte Devreus, Robert de Burgoigne and John de Bretaigne, dukes, and Peter, lord of Chambli, knights, proctors of the king of France, to hear and determine entreprises, mesprises et forfaitz en treve ou en sufferance on both sides on the coast of the sea of England, and towards Normandy and the coast there, and to award damages on both sides. French.

These letters were duplicated. One was sent to the said Robert and John, the other to the said lord of Saquvill and the said Multon.

The like for Bairau de Sescars and Arnaud Ayquem, knights, on the king's side, and Bertrand Jordan and William de Rabastanz, knights, on the side of the king of France, touching the like in the duchy of Gascoigne and the sea coast there. French.

These letters were duplicated in like manner.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

Pardon, at the instance of Robert de Monte Alto, to William le Burter, in consideration of his service in Scotland and elsewhere, and of his finding before the king in the Chancery, John Hawardyn of the county of Norfolk, and Walter Revel of the county of Suffolk, as his mainpernors to produce him before the justices of the Bench at York a fortnight after Easter to answer Peter de Thornedene, touching a plea that he render an account for the time that he was receiver of the said Peter's moneys, of his late outlawry for non-appearance on that plea before the said justices. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 14.

Aug. 14. Aberdeen.

Letters of credence, directed to all the societies of merchants of Lombardy dwelling in London, in favour of John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, sent to negotiate a loan, for which the king has great need by reason of his long stay with his army in Scotland, and by reason of the great number of armed Irishmen who have come to those parts to his aid.

The like directed to the following :—

All the societies of merchants of Tuscany and Florence, dwelling in London.

All the societies of merchants of Provence and other alien merchants, keeping house and company in the city ef London.

The chief general proctors of the citizens and merchants of Bayonne and the rest of the citizens of that city dwelling in London.

The proctors or attorneys of the citizens of Bayonne, receivers of the custom of wool, hides and wool-fells, dwelling in London.

The mayor, sheriffs, aldermen, and other citizens of London.

R. bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of St. Paul's, London, collectors of the tenth in aid of the Holy Land, or the person supplying the place of the said Bartholomew.

Aug. 23. Aberdeen.

Confirmation of a quit-claim, which the king has inspected, by Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, to Robert de Beverlaco, clerk, of the manor of Levesham, co. York, with the advowson of the church thereof.

Aug. 1. Arbroath.

Pardon to Conan de Ask, in consideration of his service in Scotland and his having found sufficient security to continue there, for the death of William Pollard, within the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, whereof he was appealed by John de Fenton, approver, in custody in York gaol.

Aug. 23. Aberdeen.

Letters for William de Campedene, parson of the church of Roscre, staying in England, nominating John de Cherde his attorney in Ireland until Easter.

Aug. 5. Brechin.

Pardon, at the request of William de Ros of Hamelak, to Elena, late the wife of Nicholas Lescot of Wartre, who was adjudged according to the form of the statute to the prison of the marshalsea, because when she appealed several men of the death of her husband, two of whom were outlawed, the rest were by judgement of the court acquitted of what belongs to the king by reason of her said appeal. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Roger le Brabazun and his fellows, justices appointed to hear pleas before the king, to deliver her.

Aug. 23. Aberdeen.

Letters for John de Meriet, staying in England, nominating Simon de Norton and Robert Flynt his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Aug. 23. Aberdeen.

Pardon to William Vigerous of Sutton-on-Sore, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of John son of John Edwyne of Sutton-on-Sore. By p.s.

Simple protection until Easter, for William de Canvill the younger, going to Ireland.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

Letters for John de Trillawe, clerk, going to the court of Rome, nominating Robert Page and Henry de Orton his attorneys for one year.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

Protection with clause volumus until Easter, for Wiliam de Kynebauton, going to Gascony. By testimony of Robert la Warde.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by John de Insula and Roger de Hegham, for Thomas de Stodleye to enclose a void plot of land called Dunnyngdyk, 300 feet in length by 20 feet in breadth, in Mersk Street, in the city of York, extended at 40d. a year, for the enlargement of his dwelling-place, and to hold the same in fee simple at that rent at the Exchequer by the hands of the bailiffs of the said city: William de Claris Vallibus and Simon le Shereman, who had ingress and egress through it, having appeared before Master William de Grenefeld, the chancellor, and the said John and Roger, and given their assent thereto. By p.s.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

Protection with clause volumus until a year after Michaelmas, for Anthony, bishop of Durham, going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

Protection with clause rogamus for five years, for friars John Sperry, Robert de Bonevill, Robert de Calventon and John Bustard, proctors of the house of St. Robert of Knaresburgh, of the Trinitarian order.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

Appointment of Master John de Dovor, king's clerk, to the custody, during pleasure, of the office of the custody of the market in Ireland, in the room of Master Gilbert de Ardene, chancellor of the Exchequer, Dublin, who by reason of the duties of the chancery cannot attend to it: and he is to perform the office in like manner as other keepers, and receive as much.

Mandate in pursuance to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place, to let him have the said office and to issue a writ de intendendo for him, sealed with the king's seal used in Ireland, directed to all bailiffs and others of those parts within libuties and without.

Licence, at the instance of Robert de Bardelby, king's clerk, for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Nevill to the abbot and convent of Whyteby, of two tofts and five bovates of land in Neweham in Whytebystraunde, and by Thomas le Abbotescosyn of a toft and a bovate of land there.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

Grant to the king's kinsman, Robert son of Walter, tenant in chief, in consideration of his great expenses in divers parts, on the king's service, that if anything happen to him so that he leave his heir a minor, the executors of his will may hold the custody of his manors of Hemehale and Disce, co. Norfolk, and Sympling, co. Suffolk, for four years after his death, to pay his debts and for the execution of his will, so that neither the king nor his heirs shall have the custody thereof for that period by reason of the minority of the heirs of the said Robert. By p.s.

Licence for Eleanor, late the wife of John de Cryel, tenant in chief, to many Edmund Gacelyn if she wishes. By p.s.

Grant to Robert de Clifford of the marriage of John son and heir of John de Nevill, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's custody. By p.s.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from R. bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, collectors of the tenth imposed for three years on the clergy of England with the king's assent, by pope Boniface, of 200l. delivered to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe. By letters of the said John.

Vacated because otherwise on a schedule attached.

(Schedule missing.)

Aug. 26. Aberdeen.

Licence, at the instance of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, for Gilbert de Umfranvill, earl of Anegos, to assign his manors of Birtlee and Oterburn and 500 acres of land, 35 acres of meadow, and 40 acres of pasture, in Hirlawe, co. Northumberland, which he holds in chief, to William de Fannes in fee, for the latter to re-enfeoff the said Gilbert and Elizabeth his wife; as it appears by an inquisition made by Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, escheator this side Trent, that the only damage to the king would be, in the event of Gilbert dying during the lifetime of Elizabeth and leaving his heir a minor, that the king would lose the custody of the said manors and lands if Elizabeth lived through the minority of the heir. By p.s.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the master in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Walter son of Henry le Mouner, chaplain, to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. John, Bannebury, of a messuage, a mill, and a virgate of land in Wykham by Bannebury.

Sept. 4. Banff.

Presentation of John de Anna to the church of All Saints, Dorcestre, in the diocese of Salisbury, void by the resignation of John le Waleys.

MEMBRANE 13.

Sept. 4. Banff.

Safe-conduct, until Easter, directed to all bailiffs and others in the counties of York, Northumberland, Cumberland, and Westmoreland, and the parts of Scotland, for John Somery and Hugh Somery, the king's hawkkeepers (ancipites nostri), coming to divers of the above parts, with nets, nooses, and other engines to catch fowl for the use of the king and his consort Margaret. By testimony of J. de Drokenesford.

Presentation of John le Waleys to the church of St. Peter, North Street, Chichester ; directed to Master William de Grenefeld, dean of the church of the Holy Trinity, Chichester.

Letters for Thomas de Snyterby, going to Ireland, nominating Peter Cobbe and Simon Waleys of Glentham his attorneys for two years.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for the men whom the prior of St. Mary's, Carlisle, is sending in his ship to Ireland to purvey necessaries for himself and his convent.

Sept. 4. Banff.

Protection with clause volumus, until the Purification, for John de Creyk, going beyond seas on the service of Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son. By the Chancellor.

Order to the mayor and bailiffs of the town of Northampton, to pay to Robert de Crevequer 65l. out of the farm of the said town and they shall have due allowance at the Exchequer. Some time ago Robert quit-claimed in fee to the king and Eleanor, the late queen consort, the manor of Ditton and a moiety of the manor of Saham, co. Cambridge, which he held for life by grant of the king, and the king granted to him the custody of the castle of Bestan, co. Chester, and 100s. for the same, and 40l. out of the issues of the mills and bridge of Chester, 20l. out of the farm of the town of Hereford, and 20l. out of the farm of the hundred without the north gate of Oxford, yearly for life. The king afterwards granted to Edward his son the county of Chester to him and his heirs the kings of England; and assigned to Margaret, the king's consort, the farm of Hereford with some other farms, lands and tenements, in acquittance of her expenses; in compensation whereof the king granted him for life the said 65l. a year out of the farm of the paid city from 14 October, 29 Edward I.

Sept. 25. Lochindorb. (Lochendorm.)

Letters for Master William de la Ryvere, staying in England, nominating Roger Curteys and Thomas Kenok his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Sept. 4. Banff.

Appointment, at the request of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, of Adam de Herwynton, king's clerk, to the custody of the manor of Tatlington, co. Worcester, in the king's hands by reason of the idiotcy of John Walraund, son and heir of William Walraund, for as long as it remains in the king's hands for that reason, rendering yearly at the Exchequer, 16l. 3d. its extent. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Sept. 4. Banff.

Appointment of Walter de Gloucestre and William de Harden, in the room of John Abel and Robert de Harwedon (who were heretofore appointed in the room of William Trussel and John de Crokesle, and Richard de Lughtcburgh, the said John having died and William being engaged on the affairs of Edward, prince of Wales, the king's son), who are engaged on other business of the king, to arrent the king's wastes, and when arrented, to commit them to tenants, and to make sales of trees, wood, underwood, green and dry in the forests, parks and woods beyond Trent, and to cause the money accruing therefrom to be paid as quickly as possible at the Exchequer, and to send the said arrentations and committals to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to be enrolled. And they to enquire by jury of those parts touching former arrentations and committals of waste and wood made in those parts as well by Roger Lestrange and Simon de Ellesworth, deceased, as by the above-mentioned persons, and to certify the treasurer and barons accordingly.

Writ of aid for them directed to all sheriffs, foresters and other ministers of the forest beyond Trent.

The like to Hugh le Despenser, justice of the forest beyond Trent.

Sept. 19. Kinloss.

Letters for Baldwin le Flemmyng, going to Ireland, nominating Henry de Merewode his attorney for two years.

Sept. 19. Kinloss.

The like for Anthony, bishop of Durham, going to the court of Rome, nominating Richard de Stanelawe and Walter de Burton, until a year after Michaelmas.

Protection, for three years, for Richard de Saham, parson of the church of St. Peter, Wadingham, staying in Ireland on the king's service.

Letters for William de Caumvill, going to Ireland, nominating Robert de Stocheye and Richard Payn his attorneys for two years.

The like for Hugh, abbot of St. Andrew's, Vercelli, rector of the church of Cestreton, staying beyond seas, nominating Anthony de Sancta Agatha, his fellow canon, and John de Canefeld for three years.

Aug. 16. Delathy.

Pardon, at the request of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, to Richard Cok, Roger Baret, John Hosebond, Nicholas Houwes, and William Howes, of their outlawry for non-appearance before Ralph de Hengham and his fellows, justices of the Bench, on a plea of Thomas de Bassemor, they having found security in the Chancery to come before the king to answer the said plea. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 12.

Sept. 19. Kinloss.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum, made by the sheriff of Warwick, and in consideration of a fine made the feoffee before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer of Warwick, for Roger le Taillur to enfeoff Adam de Okes of 22s. rent in Whytelee, which he holds in chief.

Sept. 19. Kinloss.

Letters for Clemencia, late the wife of John de Vescy, going beyond seas, nominating Roger de Spaldyngton and Andrew de Rygges her attorneys for one year.

Sept. 19. Kinloss.

Pardon to Peter de Leycestre, king's clerk, in consideration of a fine made by him before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring in fee simple of Walter Pykerel a messuage and a carucate of land, three acres of meadow and 7s. 8d. of rent in Kyngesbrome, held in chief; with licence for him to retain them.

Letters for John de Tany, one of the executors of the will of Joan, late the wife of Theobald le Butiller, staying in England, nominating Robert de Belinges his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by Thomas de Saunford, for John son of Henry Wade, to enfeoff the said Thomas of a messuage, 8s. 3d. of rent, a rent of 1¼ lb. of pepper, and a moiety of a carucate of land in Estcosham by Wymeringge, which are held in chief.

Sept. 19. Kinloss.

Confirmation of a sale made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, by virtue of a power to sell custodies and marriages to the value of 200l. for the use of Henry de Bello Monte, to Master Robert de Lacy for ten marks of the custody during the minority of the heir, of the lands in the town of St. Ives, co. Huntingdon, late of Simon le Hauekere, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heir.

Appointment of Nicholas Fermbaud and Thomas de Gardinis, sheriff of Gloucester, to survey the king's manors of Frompton and Syston, co. Gloucester, now in the custody of Ralph de Sobbury by appointment of the king, and to enquire by jury of those parts in what state they were when Ralph received them, what damage has occurred to them by default of Ralph, and what wastes and destructions have been done, and to certify the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Vacated because otherwise below.

Simple protection, for one year, for Adam de Wellum, parson of the church of Wullaton.

Sept. 20. Kinloss.

Pardon to William de Hardene, in consideration of a fine made by him before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for entering upon a carucate of land in Shaldeburn, co. Wilts, held in chief, by grant of Matilda, late the wife of Richard de Hardene, who held it in dower of the inheritance of Roger de Hardene, with reversion to Roger, and for afterwards receiving a quit-claim thereof from Roger and his heirs to the said William and his heirs; with licence for him and his heirs to hold it in fee simple.

Sept. 20. Kinloss.

Grant, during pleasure, to John son of Laurence Ingram of Notingham, of the smaller piece of the seal for the office of the recognisances of debts of merchants in the town of Notingham, in the room of Robert Ingram, clerk, removed.

Mandate to Robert to deliver it to him.

Sept. 23. Kinloss.

Licence, for the alienation in mortmain by John Cheffyn, to the prior and Carmelite Friars of Leoghelyn of a moiety of an acre of land there, and by William Boly of a fourth part of an acre of land there adjoining their area.

The like, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by the prior and brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, for the alienation in mortmain to them by Walter del Wyk and Matilda, his wife, of a messuage, 100 acres of land and an acre of meadow, and 20s. of rent in Hampton, co. Middlesex.

Oct. 10. Kinloss.

Presentation of Gilbert de Muresle to the church of Tydurley, in the diocese of Winchester.

Sept. 20. Kinloss.

Simple protection, for one year, for William de Bevercote, constantly attendant on the king's service.

Oct. 10. Kinloss.

The like, for two years in Ireland, for Gunnora de Valoniis, staying in England.

Oct. 20. Kinloss.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Easter, for Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, staying in Gascony on the king's service.

Sept. 23. Kinloss.

Mandate to the mayor and sheriffs of London, and the mayors, citizens, burgesses and good men, bailiffs and others, of cities and boroughs on both sides of Trent, to continue to arrest, until the Purification, the goods of all persons of Flanders to the value of 522 marks, but no more, and to certify the king immediately under the common seal of the city or borough of the value of the arrest. Guidetus and Janotus, citizens of Genoa (Januenses), coming lately to the king on affairs specially concerning the king, laded a ship of the port of Dover at Wytsand with horses and armour, gold cloth, silk, velvet, and other goods to the value of 522 marks, to bring to Dover. The ship was afterwards driven by contrary winds towards the port of Sandwich, and as they were at anchor at the entrance of the port, the men being in the ship waiting for a fair wind, some malefactors of Flanders came against them with ships and boats and carried away the said goods and seven servants of Guidetus and Janotus and had them put in prison at Ypres, where they are still detained. Hereupon the king by his letters requested John, count of Namur, and Guy, his brother, sons of Guy, count of Flanders, to make restitution of the goods and to deliver the servants from prison immediately, and to reply before the Assumption what they were going to do. The king also commanded the mayor and sheriffs of London to arrest the said sum out of the goods in the city of Flemish merchants, except those who were there on behalf of the king of France, and to keep them until restitution was made. The count and Guy never replied, and Guidetus and Janotus have had no restitution, although at their suit and by the king's mandate the goods of some aliens have been arrested, wherefore the above mandate is now issued. By C.

Simple protection, for one year, for Hugelinus de Sek of Lucca, merchant. By the Chancellor.

Oct. 10. Kinloss.

Protection, with clause volumus, until the Purification, for Giles de Trumpeton, staying beyond seas on the king's service with Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln. By the Chancellor.

Sept. 19. Kinloss.

Appointment of Nicholas Fermbaud and Thomas de Gardinis, sheriff of Gloucester, to survey the manors, houses and woods of Frompton and Syston, co. Gloucester, and to enquire by jury of those parts in what state they were when Ralph de Sobbury by the king's commission received them, what waste and destruction was done to them while they were in the custody of William, late bishop of Bath and Wells, and Maurice de Berkele, late keepers thereof, and to certify the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Oct. 10. Kinloss.

Pardon to Nicholas le Charetter, in Sumerton gaol for the death of William Leveret, as it appears by the record of Roger de Suthcote and William de Staunton, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Membrane 12 (Schedule).

Sept. 23. Kinloss.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from R. bishop of London, collector of the tenth on the clergy of England imposed with the king's assent for three years by Pope Boniface, in conjunction with Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, and Master John Bonichii of Siena, commissary of Master Bartholomew, of 2,000l. for the third and last year, paid to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, with promise to repay them at London by a fortnight after Easter, or to allow them the amount out of the part of the said tenth belonging to the king by the pope's grant, notwithstanding any prior mandates to the said collectors, or assignments thereof to Gascons or others. By letters of J. de Drokenesford.

MEMBRANE 11.

1303. Sept. 23. Kinloss.

Mandate to the sheriff of York to purvey for the king's stay during the present winter in Scotland, 500 quarters of wheat, 500 quarters of oats, 500 quarters of malt and 200 quarters of beans and peas, and to send them or at least half of them before Christmas to Berwick-on-Tweed to the receiver of the stores there, and to pay for them out of the issues of his bailiwick coming in from next Easter, without further delay, as John de Derby, king's clerk, sent to him, will set forth.

The like to the sheriffs of the following counties, under the supervision of the following clerks :—

Essex and Hertford. 300 qrs. of wheat, Richard de Markham.
300 qrs. of oats,
300 qrs. of malt,
Norfolk and Suffolk. 500 qrs. of wheat, William de Barton.
400 qrs. of oats,
400 qrs. of malt,
200 qrs. of peas and beans,
Cambridge and Huntingdon. 500 qrs. of wheat, Richard de Clopton.
400 qrs. of oats,
400 qrs. of malt,
100 qrs. of peas and beans,
Lincoln 500 qrs. of wheat, William de Whetele.
400 qrs. of oats,
200 qrs. of peas and beans,
Northumberland 300 qrs. of wheat, William de Rue.
400 qrs. of oats,
300 qrs. of malt,

Sept. 23. Kinloss.

Writ of aid in the county of York for the sheriff of York, William le Vavassur and John de Insula, whom the king has sent on the above business. No corn is to be taken from any person who has not goods to the value of 10l.

The like for the following:—

The sheriff of Essex and Hertford,
Robert son of Walter,
John Fillol.
The sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk,
John de Thorp,
John le Breton.
The sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon,
Robert Hereward,
Master Walter de Clon.
The sheriff of Lincoln,
Edmund Deyncurt,
Henry de Baiocis.
The sheriff of Northumberland,
Walter de Huntercombe,
Master Richard de Havering.

Mandate to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying, and the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer of Dublin, to purvey 500 quarters of wheat, 500 quarters of oats, 500 quarters of malt and 100 tuns of wine out of the issues of that land, and to send them by the Purification to James de Dalilegh, receiver of the stores at Skynburnesse, for the munitions of the castles of Dumfres and Lochmaban and other castles in Scotland.

Oct. 10. Kinloss.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by Patrick le Mercer of Malton, to the prior and convent of Malton of six bovates and seven acres of land in Old Malton.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, and in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by the abbot, for the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, to assign in fee to William de Ros of Hamelak the advowson of the church of Kirkeby Mysperton.

Oct. 19. Dundee.

Letters for John de Langeton, canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, staying in England, nominating Thomas Bertram of Wythynton his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Sept. 19. Kinloss.

Safe-conduct, directed to the king's lieges in England and Scotland, until Christmas, for Nicholas de Chilham, William de Tudenham and Reginald le Lumbard, king's yeomen, bringing William, earl of Ros, to the king in Scotland.

Oct. 17. Dundee.

Letters for Robert le Despenser, staying in England, nominating Sampson le Engleys and John le Sumeter his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

The like for William la Zusche, staying in England, nominating William de Braundeston and Jordan de Kilpisham his attorneys in Ireland for three years.

Oct, 20. Dundee.

Appointment of Master Richard de Abyndon, Adam de Crokedayk and James de Dalilegh to survey the castle of Cokermuth, co. Cumberland, and the houses, parks, woods, weir and mills there, in the custody of John de Kirkeby, king's clerk, by the king's commission, to enquire by jury of that county what state it was in when he received it, what waste and destruction was done while it was in the hands of John de Sancto Johanne, by the king's commission, and what issues were received by the executors of his will from Michaelmas, 30 Edward I. to the following Martinmas, when the same were granted to them for that period for the execution of his will. By C.

Oct. 17. Dundee.

Grant to Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, in regard to his debts at the Exchequer, that if anything happen to him before they are paid, the king will betake himself to his heirs, so that the executors of his will have free administration. By p.s.

Oct. 20. Dundee.

Confirmation of a sale, made in pursuance of a grant to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of custodies and marriages to the amount of 4,000l. for the discharge of her debts, by livery of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer and one of the escheators, by the treasurer and Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to Margery, late the wife of Alfred de Northgrave, tenant in chief, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of the said Alfred and the marriage of the heir, to the use of the queen-consort.

Oct. 17. Dundee.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for Michael of the order of Friars Minors, elected archbishop of Armagh in Ireland, going to the court of Rome; and for the men of his household.

Oct. 28. Dunblane.

The like, during pleasure, at the instance of Gerard Salveyn, for Pascasius de Miotes, merchant of Bayonne, trading in England and Scotland and elsewhere in the realm. By p.s.

Oct 20. Dundee.

Licence for Gerard Salvayn to crenellate his dwelling-place of Herssewell in Spaldingmor, co. York. By p.s.

Oct. 18. Dundee.

Grant to Humphrey de Bello Campo, by reason of his service in Scotland, of the custody, during the minority of Amidonia the daughter (filii) and heir, of the lands in the Isle of Wight, late of William de Insula, tenant in chief. By p.s.

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

Oct. 9. Kildrummy.

(Kyndromyn.)

Licence for Eleanor, late the wife of William de Ferar[iis], tenant in chief, to marry John de Wysham, king's yeoman, if she so desires. By p.s.

Oct 20. Dundee.

Pardon to Joan, late the wife of Roger de Gardino, tenant in chief, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by John de Kirkeby, king's clerk, and Geoffrey Scurlag, for intermarrying without licence.

Oct. 21. Balledgarno.(Balligarnagh.)

Pardon, at the instance of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, to Walter de Wylton of what belongs to the king by reason of his trespass in citing Thomas, earl of Lancaster, to answer in the Court Christian touching the castles, towns, manors, lands, meadows, pastures, feedings, woods and other lay fees in the realm, and pursuing a plea there against him to the weakening of the king's right, disherison of the crown and subversion of the state of the realm. By p.s.

Oct. 18. Dundee.

Letters for Nigel le Brun, executor of the will of Robert de Bree, sometime citizen of Dublin, going to Ireland, nominating Nicholas son of John and Walter de Bodenham his attorneys for two years. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 10.

Oct. 17. Dundee.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Somerset, for the alienation in mortmain by John de Bello Campo of Sumersete of a messuage and four virgates of land in Stoke under Hameldon, with the advowson of the church of that town, which are held in chief to five chaplains in the chapel of St. Nicholas, Stoke under Hamedone, celebrating divine service daily for the souls of John, his ancestors and successors ; as it appears that the only loss the king would suffer would be the custody thereof in the time of the minority of his heirs. By p.s.

Oct. 20. Dundee.

Signification to Pope Boniface of the royal assent to the election of Michael, reader of the Friars Minors in Armagh, as archbishop of Armagh, in the room of N. archbishop, deceased. By p.s.

Oct. 8. Kildrummy.

The like to the dean and chapter of Cassell, keepers of the archbishopric of Cassell during voidance, at the request of David, the precentor, John, the treasurer, Charles, the archdeacon, Isaac, the chancellor, and Benedict, Matthew, Thomas and Maurice, canons, of the church of Kilfenora, of the royal assent to the election by them of Master Maurice Obryen as bishop of Kilfenora, on the death of S. the late bishop; the official having by his authority quashed the election made by the rest of the brethren and canons of the dean of that church to be bishop. By p.s.

Power to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, to restore the temporalities to the said Master Maurice, after first receiving from him letters patent, sealed with his own seal and that of his chapter, that this grace shall not be to the king's prejudice nor drawn into a precedent. By p.s.

Oct. 17. Dundee.

Confirmation of a sale, made in pursuance of a grant to Margaret of 4,000l. as above, by the treasurer and escheators to William de Carleton, king's clerk, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of lands, late of Robert de Tateshale, tenant in chief, to wit, of the castle and manor of Bukenham, the manor of Tybenham, with the parks, the hundred of Frethebrig and the tolbooth of Lenne with the pleas and perquisites, for 546l. 13s. 4d. paid into the wardrobe of the queen consort. And grant that if the said heir die within five years from last Michaelmas, the king will compensate him in the lands and wards then in his hands.

Oct. 28. Dunblane.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by Felicia de Creppingg to the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds of a messuage, 100 acres of land and 20 acres of wood in Wulpet.

Oct. 18. Dundee.

Pardon, at the instance of Nigel le Brun, to William de Hacche, who has done service with the said Nigel in Scotland, of what belongs to the king for the escape of John Mimmes and Isabella Kayok and four of their accomplices from the prison of Drogheda castle, when he was sheriff of the county of Uryel and constable of that castle. By p.s.

Oct. 28. Cambuskenneth.

Grant to William le Marischal of what belongs to the king touching the marriage of Eva, late the wife of Robert de Tateshale, tenant in chief, or the fine, if any, to be made by her for it, or the forfeiture if she marry without licence. By p.s.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

Letters for Maurice de Caunteton, staying in Ireland, nominating Clement le Waleys and John Hardy his attorneys for two years.

William de Calne, canon of Ivychurch, bringing news of the death of R. his prior, has letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Nov. 12. Cambuskenneth.

Presentation of. John de Suththorp to the church of Blyseworth, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the heir of John Wake, tenant in chief.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

The like of William de Bathele to the church of Bathele, in the diocese of Norwich.

Oct. 20. Dundee.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by Master Henry de Garlaund, for the alienation in mortmain by him of a messuage and 60 acres of land in Little Hadleye to a chaplain to celebrate divine service in the church there.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from R. bishop of London, collector of the tenth imposed on the clergy of England by Pope Boniface VIII. in aid of the church of Rome for three years, in conjunction with Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, and Master John Bonichi of Siena, commissary of the latter, of 2,000l. of the last two years of the said tenth ; with promise to repay the same at London by Easter, or to allow for that amount out of that part of the tenth which belongs to the king by grant of the Pope ; notwithstanding any mandates to the said collectors, or assignments to Gascons or others. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

The like of the receipt from the same, by the hands of the said John de Drokenesford, of 500l., paid by him in the name of Edward, prince of Wales, the king's son, to the use of Terricus le Vyleyn, in part payment of a debt to the latter ; and the amount shall be allowed them out of the part of the said tenth apportioned to the king. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

Vacated because otherwise below.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

Presentation of Richard Luueraz to the church of Dene, in the diocese of Winchester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir Warin Mauduyt, tenant in chief.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

Licence, at the instance of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, for Idonia daughter of Stephen de Bocton to grant, in fee simple, to Robert de Burghesse and Matilda his wife a third part of the manor of Bocton, co. Kent, which is held in chief as of the honor of Boulogne. By p.s.

Oct. 20. Dundee.

Licence for Roger son of Roger de Fraxino, in consideration of a fine made by him before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to acquire, in fee simple, from Andrew de Hengham, who holds them in chief, a moiety of the manor of Bathele and the advowson of the church of that town, which he at present holds for life, by the demise of the said Andrew. By bill of the Exchequer.

Oct. 22. Scone.

Pardon, at the instance of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford, and Essex, to John de Anesle of what belongs to the king for his trespass in citing Thomas, earl of Lancaster, in the Court Christian touching his lay fees. By p.s.

Oct. 18. Dundee.

Letters for Guy Cokerel, going to Ireland, nominating Nicholas son of John and Richard son of John his attorneys for two years. By p.s.

Membrane 10 (Schedule).

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from the above-mentioned collectors of the tenth for the church of Rome of 2,000l. of the third and last year by the hands of the said John de Drokenesford, with promise to repay, or to allow the amount out of the king's portion of that tenth, a fortnight after Easter.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled.

The like from the same, by the hands of the said John, of 500l. to the use of Terricus le Vyleyn, merchant of Edward prince of Wales, the king's son, and paid to him by the said John in the name of the prince, in part payment of the prince's debt to him ; and the king will allow the same in their account in the portion of the said tenth that belongs to him; notwithstanding any assignments to Gascons or others. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

MEMBRANE 9.

Nov. 7. Dunfermline.

Pardon, at the request of John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, to Adam de Staneg[reve] for the death of John Wyter, and for receiving Thomas son of Sara de Gretford and others indicted of that death. By p.s.

Oct. 23. Scone.

Confirmation of the sale made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent (in pursuance of a power to him to sell custodies and wardships to the amount of 200l. to the use of Henry de Bello Campo, for his expenses on the king's service), to John Abel, for 25 marks, of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands in Shire, co. Surrey, late of Robert de Snekeshill, who held by knight service of the heir of John le Botiller, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's custody; with the marriages of the said heirs.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

Protection with clause volumus until Easter for the following, gone with Anthony, bishop of Durham, to the court of Rome:—

John de Goldesburgh.

James de Bohun.

John de Wynton.

William de Paxhulle.

William le Clerk of Farnhale.

John de Flete.

Nov. 7. Dunfermline.

Pardon to John de Hatteford of Hereford, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Henry le Lechour of Hatteford, and of his outlawry, if any, for the same. By p.s.

Oct. 10. Kinloss.

The like to Nicholas le Charetter, in Sumerton gaol for the death of William Leveret, as it appears by the record of Roger de Suthcote and William de Staunton, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

The like to Hugh Virely, in — gaol for the death of Henry de Scidaluys, as it appears by the record of Adam de Crokedayk and Hugh de Louthre, that he killed him in self-defence. By K.

Oct. 20. Dundee.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, and in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery, for William de Wynteworthe Wodehus to enclose a high road adjoining his dwelling-place in Wynteworth Wodehus on the north side, 30 perches in length and 1½ perches in width, on condition that he make a like road in his dwelling-place without the close of his dwelling-place.

Oct. 18. Dundee.

Pardon to John Bluet, by reason of his service in Scotland, of 33 marks 3s. 4d., arrears of 40 marks, in which he made fine before Roger de Moeles and Adam Gurdun, justices appointed to enquire touching the trespasses of venison in the forest of Wulvemere. By p.s.

Nov. 6. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Alexander le Convers to the church of Ledrede in the diocese of Winchester. By p.s.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prioress before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, for the alienation in mortmain by William le Yungeman to the prioress and nuns of Clerkenewell of 26s. 8d. rent, in the parish of St. Sepulchre's without the bar of West Smethefeld, London.

Nov. 6. Dunfermline.

The like, in consideration of like fine made by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain by Peter de Blockeleye to the prior and convent of Coventre, of a messuage and 2 virgates of land in Sowe.

Nov. 7. Dunfermline.

Pardon to John son of Jordan de Yucflet, in consideration of his service in Scotland [in finding] a man-at-arms at his own expense, for homicides, robberies and other trespasses in the realm, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Gloucester, and in consideration of a fine made by the grantee before Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, for Nicholas son of Nicholas le Archer, to grant in fee simple to John de Acton 60 acres of land and 40s. rent in Wynneston, held in chief, which William Apsolon holds for life by demise of Nicholas le Archer, the father of the said Nicholas, whose heir he is.

Nov. 7. Dunfermline.

Grant to Walter de Bedewynde, king's clerk, of the prebend in the king's free chapel in the castle of Hastinges, which Walter de Agrnodesham, lately deceased, held. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

Nov. 7. Dunfermline.

Pardon to John Bluet, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Henry Andrieu in the county of Wilts, and for receiving those who were charged with the death. By p.s.

Protection, for three years, for the hospital of lepers of the Innocents without Lincoln, which is of the king's advowson and founded by the king's ancestors, kings of England, their lands, goods, rents and possessions. Pardon to the following, in consideration of their service in Scotland:—

Gilbert de Rugemond for the death of William Pollard within the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, whereof he was appealed by John de Fenton, an approver, in York gaol for the same death. By p.s.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John son of Simon de Westpirye for the death of Walter Waldegrave, for homicides, larcenies, felonies, robberies, burglaries and other trespasses, and for breaking the prison of Plumton, co. Northampton, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Oct. 6. Dundee.

John del Fayrash for homicides, robberies, &c., in the county of Cumberland. By p.s.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

William son of Richard de Retford for the death of Richard de Estrungeton, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Pardon to David de Loudon, in the gaol of York castle for the death of William le Schot, as it appears by the record of Adam de Crokedayk and Thomas de Metham, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Nov. 9. Dunfermline.

The like, at the instance of John Buteturte and in consideration of his service in Scotland, to John de Whelpedale for homicides, robberies, &c., in the realm, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

The like to Elias de Farewath, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of William de Stafford, and of any consequent outlawry.

Membrane 8 (Schedule).

Oct. 16. Dundee.

Pardon to Amicia de la Ryvere and to Richard de la Ryvere, her son, in consideration of the service of the latter in Scotland, for the former demising for life to the latter the manor of Hampton near Crickelade, held in chief, which for that reason was taken into the king's hands, with licence for him to have it again. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 8.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Grant to Walter son of Walter son of Warin, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Alan son of Hugh le Moigne of Podrich, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like for the same reason to John Filcok of Dudlebury for the death of Roger Filcok of Dudlebury, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Nov. 9. Dunfermline.

Safe-conduct, for two years, at the instance of Edward the king's son, for Peter Peres and Andrew Peres of Castro Seriz, merchants of Burgos in Spain, trading in the realm, and they are to be exempt from any arrest called 'la Mark,' lately granted to be made by the men of the duchy of Aquitaine. By p.s.

Oct. 23. Scone.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Cambridge, for Robert le Noreys of Fordham to grant in fee simple to Fdmund de Hemgrave and Robert de la Fenne, vicar of the church of Fordham, a messuage, 196 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, and 4l. rent in Fordham, which are held in chief, for them to re-enfeoff Robert le Noreys in fee tail with remainder to the said Edmund. By p.s.

Oct. 28. Cambuskenneth.

Licence for Alexander de Balliolo of Caures to grant in fee simple to John de Benstede, king's clerk, the manor of Benyngton, co. Hertford, which is held in chief, to hold with knights' fees, advowsons of churches, services of free tenants, villeinages, villeins, with their goods and issues, wards, marriages, escheats and all other appurtenances. By p.s.

Nov. 7. Dunfermline.

Grant to the said John that if the said Alexander should be bound to the king in any debt, or should become liable to forfeiture or commit any finable offence, whereby the said manor or other lands of the said Alexander might become charged, the said manor and its appurtenances shall be exempt therefrom.

Licence for the said Alexander to grant or sell the goods in the said manor to the said John. By p.s.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Robert de Belynges, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Henry de Hegham and Hamo Pechee, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Nov. 5. Dunfermline.

Pardon to John Lovel of Tychemersh, in consideration of continued service with the king in Scotland, of the remaining 1,000 marks of his 2,000 marks' fine for trespasses in the forest, whereof the other 1,000 was heretofore pardoned him for like service. By p.s.

The like to the said John of all trespasses in the forest. By p.s.

Pardon to the following, in consideration of their service in Scotland, of deaths and other offences, and of any consequent outlawry [Every entry being followed by the words "By p.s."] :—

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John Iderny for the death of Terricus de Neyvill and Robert le Flemyng, and for robberies, &c., in Ireland.

Richard Attechambre of Rydesdale for the death of William Kyng.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Thomas son of William Hugeyl for the death of John son of Richard son of Alan.

John son of John de Billesle for the death of Richard Aldrich.

Bartholomew Fraunkeleyn for homicides, &c., in the realm.

William son of Nicholas de Haggele for the death of Richard son of John de Saltleye.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Thomas Hugun of Cornwall for the death of John Vallet, and for homicides, &c., in the realm.

Henry son of Gervase de Ospreng for homicides, &c., in Kent and other counties.

Thomas le Noreys of Claworth for the death of John Baudewyne of Gryngeleye, and for robberies, &c., in the realm.

Matthew Martyn of Enderby for robberies, &c.

Stephen ate Mede for the death of Lucy Bon of Burgh.

Walter Storni for the death of Walter son of Gilbert Stori.

James Storni for the same death.

William Passour for the death of Robert son of Adam Wastechar.

John Pepestral for the death of Robert le Marlar of Schyreborn.

John de Foulghstowe for the death of Alan son of Ralph son of Thorald.

Matthew Martyn of Enderdeby for robberies, &c.

Hugh Legard for the death of Thomas le Walkere of Bradeford.

Thomas Flundre of Gyseburn for the death of Robert Todde la Gayte of Gyseburn.

Gilbert son of Robert son of Osbert de Halington for the death of Alan le Day of Castel Carleton.

Thomas son of Juliana in the Lane of Craswell for the death of John de Wiltesire.

Henry Hal[i]d[ay] for the death of William Haliday, and for homicides, &c.

MEMBRANE 7.

Nov. 13. Dunfermline.

Grant to the prior and convent of Crouland, for a fine of 40 marks which Richard de Cheyle of the county of Lincoln made on their behalf before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, and Master William de Grenefeld, king's clerk, the chancellor, of the custody of the abbey during its voidance through the cession of Richard de Crouland their late abbot from 10 November last for three months ; and no escheator or other bailiff or minister of the king is to intermeddle or prevent the prior and convent from having free administration of the possessions of the abbey, saving knights' fees, advowsons of churches, wards, and marriages of free tenants of the abbey that fall in during the voidance. And if the voidance last longer than three months, the custody is to come to the king. By p.s.

Pardon to the following, in consideration of their service in Scotland, of deaths and other offences, and of any consequent outlawry [Every entry being followed by the words "By p.s."] :—

Nov. 12. Dunfermline.

Richard son of John Cob of Middelton for the death of Richard Loddes of Dalton and other trespasses.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Thomas de Al . . ytwra for the death of Adam de Thorol Wathbrigg for trespasses against the peace.

John Tod of Thorneton for the death of John Tod his son.

Henry Haliday for the death of William Haliday and for homicides, &c.

Richard son of Matilda de Shakelcros for the death of Hugh le Duyn del Whitehalgh and for other trespasses.

Adam Attekirke of Southbronne for the death of John son of Geoffrey de Rotse.

Henry de Boys for robberies, &c.

William son of Bernard de la More of Bakscholf for the death of Henry le Turnur.

Robert son of Richard le Clerk of Mouston for the death of William de Steynwath and other trespasses.

John atte Hulle for the death of John de la Grave.

John son of Gilbert de Kendale for the death of Walter le Wryghte of Petrillewra.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John le Fevre of Brimes Norton for the death of John de Henneye and of his abjuration of the realm.

William son of John Barry of Asfordby for the death of Henry Fotour.

William Sagard for the death of Robert Aubray son of John le Maszon of Weldon.

William Gafaire of Letheleye for the death of Thomas Noel.

William Grym of Baumburgh for the death of Hugh Marchaund of Fenwyk.

Roger son of Geoffery le Provost of Sandiacre for the death of William le Fevre of Sandiacre.

Ralph de Crakhale for the death of Robert Hod of Crakhale.

Roger Forester of Preston for the death of Hugh le Smyth of Dounum.

Gilbert son of Andrew de Burgh for the death of William Tybbyl of Cargo.

Hamo son of Geoffrey de Wymundeham for the death of Richard Baldewyn of Fransham.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Robert son William Tod for larcenies, &c.

Adam Ward for the death of Henry le Mouner del Lith.

William son of Robert de Pockthorp of Dysford for the death of Thomas Noel.

John son of Robert de Pokethorp of Disceford for the death of Thomas Nowel.

Henry de Gloucestre for the death of Nicholas de Ambrighton.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Alan de Bilburgh for the death of Simon Spethyng of Louthre for robberies, &c.

Richard Wyottessone of Ermethwayt for the death of John le Fysher of Bastonthwait.

John le Mouner of Boulton for the death of Walter son of Adam de Boulton.

Thomas de Peytilton for the death of Henry Hynebom of Neuton.

William atte Kirke of Burstal for the death of William son of William le Chapman of Burstal.

Ralph de Ratford for the death of Simon de Scheftington.

William son of Robert de Hampton for the death of William son of William de Loyes.

John le Chapman of Blythe for the death of John le Walshe.

John son of William Balant of Medefeld for the death of John Grom.

Ralph de Elton for the death of William Cule of Elton.

Adam Gamele of Kughton for the death of Hamo Prudglove.

William de la Haye of Neuwerk for the death of Beatrice his wife.

William Sibille of Kibbeworth Harecurt for the death of Osbert le Suur.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Simon le Mareschal of Burgh 'onderstaynmor' for the death of Agnes late the wife of William Mareschal of Burgh.

William de Boulton for the death of William son of William le Nailler of Wellehawe.

Christopher de Eyun for the death of Gilbert son of Henry de Aghfford.

1302. Dec. 10. Dunfermline.

Robert de Markham for the death of John son of Richard de Hou.

[1303. Nov. 10. Dunfermline.]

Robert son of William de Wulseleye, clerk, for the death of Geoffrey de Heywode, clerk.

Richard de Bouewude for the death of Richard Bisshop of Bouewude.

Roger de Eyton for the death of Henry Godale, and for robberies and breaking the prison of Borghardesleye.

Stephen le Roo for the death of Walter de Eton and for breaking the church of Suthewell and the prison of Hertford, and for homicides, &c. This charter was renewed and corrected at Carlisle, March, 35 Edward I. In the first charter was contained "for the death of Richard de Eton."

John de Hidon of Asshecombe for the death of Walter le Soutere of Brodehembiry, and for robberies, &c.

William de Burton for the death of John de Ymer of Marum.

Richard son of Robert de Werington for the death of Henry son of Elias de Werington.

William de Leynthale for the death of Henry de Streford.

Alan le Bercher of Enderdale for the death of Thomas de Skaldersko.

Richard son of Hugh de Nunnewyk for the death of William Wyldeye.

Richard son of Nicholas de Fennybenteleye for the death of John son of Richard de Fennybenteleye.

Nov 10. Dunfermline.

Walter son of Roger le Dubbere of Redingg for the death of John Fachel of Redingg, and of his abjuration of the realm.

Robert le Foghelere of Brandon for the death of Adam Ruge of Howelle.

William son of Reginald Aungevyn of Holecombe for the death of Thomas Thony of Askote, and for robberies, &c.

Richard Fyncok of Kynnardesleye for the death of William Stroti, William de Lorkincote and Andrew del Hurst, and for robberies.

William Totel for larcenies, &c.

Robert de Thernby for the death of Richard le Messer.

Ivor Howe of Aston in Corvedale for the death of Thomas son of Thomas le Mareschal of Bradeston.

Roger de Boulton of Retford for the death of John Bate of Retford, and of his abjuration of the realm.

William le Surigien of Winchester for the death of Thomas le Payntour of Stafford, and of his abjuration of the realm.

Hugh Walifray of Wollingham for the death of Roger son of William Levyng of Wollyngham.

Simon le Taillur of Alnewyk for the death of William son of Adam (Adde) de Alnewyk.

Roger Tynet for the death of Robert de Titnesore.

Thomas son of Geoffrey le Fevre of Whiteby for the death of Henry le Tumour of Aselby.

Nov. 13. Dunfermline.

John son of Robert de Skiftington for the death of Thomas Balle of Gatesby.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John de Kernatby for the death of Thomas de Hakeneys and other homicides, &c.

Augustin le Mareschal for the death of Walter Waly of Thornton.

MEMBRANE 6.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

William Godfelagh for the death of John Turketyn.

Richard son of Thomas de Eskholm for the death of Hugh son of Henry de Starkbrigge.

Henry son of Thomas del Heth of Geyton for the death of Richard de Redinge.

Edmund Atterok for the death of Alexander son of William Bleys.

Richard de la Berewe of Rowardyn for the death of William de la Lude of Rowardyn.

William de Neweton for the death of Alan Attecok of London.

Henry Waleweyn for the death of William le Wodeward of Haulee.

John son of Ralph de Quenyburgh for the death of William son of Richard de Hamelton.

William le Foulere of Redenesse for the death of John Scot of Redenesse.

Thomas By for the death of Richard Balne.

Henry de Broddesworth for the death of Roger son of Robert Gast of Cutesworth.

Thomas de Corby for a robbery at Thorp Maleshores, and for escaping from the king's bailiffs when they took him at Northampton, and of his abjuration of the realm.

Robert Blow of Radeford for the death of Robert de Tachebrok.

Gilbert son of Stephen Lightfote of Holbeche for the death of Ranulph Glede of Quappelode.

Thomas le Wodeward of Pylatenhale for the death of Richard Bateman of Caldewalle.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

William Kembald of Hull for the death of Peter de Maunisdail.

Simon de Bolonie for larcenies, and for escaping from the king's bailiffs when they took him at Eye, co. Suffolk.

William le Charpenter of Asmonderby for the death of Richard de Plumpton.

Robert son of Robert de Rogersate, by reason of his said service in Scotland by William le Chapman, for the death of Richard de Torpennou.

John Hawene of Fornesete for the death of Richard Gidyga of Pulham.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Elias le Walker of Halifax for burglary of the house of Margery de Hawurth in Hawurth, and for homicides.

John de Hayford for the death of Walter Cademan of la More.

Thomas Lovetrot of Abindon for the death of Henry de Niwenham.

William Waryn of Melford for the death of Robert le Peleter of Haverhill.

Henry de Aston for the death of William de Treweytha.

Gilbert de Coudray for the death of Thomas son of Roger de Pridias and Robert de Trefreu, and for homicides, &c.

Alexander le Coylter of Clare for homicides, &c.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John son of Adam Osbern of Carleton, at the instance of Margaret the queen consort, for the death of William son of Daviet de Hurst.

Robert de Baynton of Flemborgh for the death of Walter son of Robert son of Gilbert de Flemborgh.

William son of Walter de Bubwyth in Spaldingmor for the death of William Scarklan of Ellerton in Spaldingmor and Agnes de Gripthorp in Spaldingmor, and for robberies in the county of York and other counties.

Richard Wadesone of Caldebek for the death of Robert son of John de Houton.

John de Shelton for the death of Robert le Yongebonde of Shelton.

John son of William Hakun of Cadeneye for the death of Richard son of Ralph le Provost of Cadeneye.

William son of Richard de Retford for the death of Richard de Estrungeton. Vacated because above.

Roger son of Walter son of Adam de Wyberton for the death of John Godefray of Wyberton.

Philip le Roser for the death of John son of Geoffrey de Quadrynge.

William de Bradele of Derlyngton for the death of Margery daughter of William Redhod of Derlynton, sometime wife of William de Bradele.

Robert de Tadecastre for the death of John de Bamburgh.

Thomas le Forester of Forde for the death of Adam Bouresdore of Forde.

Robert de Hales son of Roger de Hales of Denston for robberies, &c., and for breaking the prison of Stafford.

Simon son of Thomas le Charpenter of Pynchebek for the death of Clement son of Gilbert Hicche of Pynchebek.

William son of Richard son of Godfrey de Louswatere for the death of John de Goseford.

John son of Richard son of Godfrey de Louswatre for the same.

Thomas son of Richard son of Godfrey de Louswatre for the same.

Thomas de Isham, chaplain, at the instance of John de Chauuvent for the death of Peter son of Isolda, and for robberies.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

William de Saumpford for the death of Nicholas de Colevill.

Richard son of William de Ekclesleye for the death of William son of William de Asteye.

John Emmesone of Preston in Andernesse for the death of Roger son of William le Provost of Fishwyk.

Henry Beasteton of Thynden for the death of Geoffrey son of Gilbert Beasteton of Thynden.

Walter son of Richard de Caterlen for the death of Thomas le Colyer.

Robert Mawe of Benyngeworthe for the death of Simon le Bakestare of Horncastre.

Nicholas Prenche of Truruwe in Cornwall for the death of John Morapple of Truruwe.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Roger son of Richard son of Thomas de Gairstang in Wyresdale for the death of Nicholas le Pestour of Preston in Aumondernesse.

Simon Bisshop for the death of Robert Chanterel.

William Frere of Asshele for the death of John son of Henry del Brok of Medburne and for robberies, &c.

John de Illee for the death of John de Bredhull.

William de Hautrive of Cravene for Edmund de Chepynge of Pontfreit.

Henry le Keu of Pencriz for the death of Richard de Norton.

Gilbert son of John de Wynnebank for homicides, &c.

Nicholas Mody for the death of William Pollard.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Thomas de Hindenes for the death of John de Staunton and all other trespasses.

Thomas son of Walter de Foul Sutton for the death of John son of Robert de Middelton, and for robberies, &c.

Stephen son of John Turnepeny of Lyttelbarre for the death of Richard son of Roger the Blomer of Walstowe.

William son of Henry de Pagenhulle, clerk, for the death of Eva late the wife of William Brid of Bristol.

Warin Aylmer of Frammesden for the death of Walter de Baghborgh of Castelrising.

Baldwin Aungier for the death of William le Feyvre of Ludewell and for robberies, &c.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

William le Webbe of Bretford for the death of John Saresone of Bretford.

Adam son of William le fuiz Swayn de Langekre for the death of William de Baynbrigg.

Geoffrey de Henemeth for the death of Thomas son of Geoffrey Freman of Walpol.

William de la Forest for the death of Robert de Trefreu, and for robberies, &c.

MEMBRANE 5.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Simon de Hibernia for the death of Adam le Charetter of Webbele and of Hugh of Thewydeweshouse of Corvedale.

Thomas de Norff[olk] for the death of Richard son of Nicholas de Norff[olk].

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Henry son of William Adam of Long Compton for the death of Henry Thorald.

Walter de Haddon for the death of Robert Laleman of Wollebrigg.

Thomas de Levre for the death of William le Payntor.

Roger le Colyere of Myseys for the death of Hugh Theshepperde of the Cote.

William son of William de la Grene of Dray cote for the death of Robert le Peddere of Duddelee.

Richard de Assheburn for the death of Thomas Grom of Derby.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John de Nevill of Stok for homicides, &c.

John Brun of Barston for the death of Henry son of William de Hornington.

John son of Ralph de Flyntele for the death of Ralph le Spenser of Grotewych.

Richard son of Hugh Laurenz of Ringestede for the death of William Tryg of Ringestede.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Ralph the Rede of Beverle for the death of Walter de Watton and other trespasses.

William Lenveyse of Norhampton for the death of John Hubert.

William Longespe for the death of William son of John le Waterman of Oxford.

Richard Everard of Chynhore for the death of William de Wermenstre.

John de Merske for the death of Robert son of Henry Gogard of Preston in Andernesse.

John del Hille of Dembleby for the death of William Loveday of Croghton.

Walter le White of Asewardby for the same.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Mark de Tremothgen for the death of Robert Trefreu and for homicides, &c.

Roger son of Andrew Herl of Fliccham for the death of Ralph le Hirde of Watlyngton.

Hugh son of William le Mouner of Pollowe for the death of Thomas son of Nicholas de Pollowe.

Robert son of Henry le Bacstar of Beverle for the death of Robert le Soper of Beverle.

Roger son of William le Boghyar of Leycestre for the death of William Dayeseghe and for breaking the prison of Leycestre.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Robert Pykebush, at the instance of Henry de Percy, the king's kinsman, for homicides, &c.

Nov. 7. Dunfermline.

John son of Jordan de Yucflet, in consideration of his having found a man-at-arms in the Scotch war, for homicides, &c.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Clement de Samelesbiry for the death of Thomas de Luteby.

Alan son of Mauger de Stikeford for the death of William Madlot of Mithingesby.

John Felot of Staunton Wyvill for the death of Thomas Alberd of Hokthorp.

Simon son of Geoffrey le Taillur for homicides, &c.

Richard atte Crouche of Merstham for the death of Thomas de Chirefolde, and for robberies and for breaking the prison of Merstham.

Thomas le Charpenter of Ottinge for robberies, &c.

John son of Elias de Dene for the death of Simon le Boucher.

John son of Henry Rud of Louswatre for the death of Robert of the Kyn.

Adam le Corduaner of York for the death of John le Thekkare of Pokelyngton.

Richard Galun for the death of Walter Trusseharneys.

John Ketel for the death of Thomas le Chareter of Romburgh.

Roger son of Robert Bret of Retherby for the death of Nicholas de Sewsterne.

John de Carlogas for the death of Ralph de Kyllyveregh.

John Curteys son of Beatrice de Lothelinden for robberies, &c.

John Ayrik of Normanby for the death of Simon Faukoun of Normanby.

Thomas Totblank of Hexlesham for the death of John de London.

John Tunte of Lagyngeheth for the death of Richard de la Halke of Ereswell.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Richard son of Nicholas de Mourthwayt for the death of John Gernet of Castreton.

William de Mariscis of Dovrecourt for the death of William de Houton of Braham.

Thomas son of Nicholas le Provost of Hautwisele for the death of Adam de Insula and other homicides, &c.

Robert son of Thurstan de Petraponte for the death of Richard le Suur of Preston and for larcenies, &c.

John de la Lynde of Bremesgrave for the death of Philip de Cakkemor.

John son of Adam de Wycklesworth for the death of Ralph de Rautheclif.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Edmund Bard of Butrewyk for breaking the king's park of Tottele, carrying away venison there, and other trespasses in warrens and stews of Holderness.

William le Chauncellier for the death of Thomas Lurk of Suleye.

John son of William son of Walter de Braythweyt for the death of Alan de Captoft of Braythweyt.

William de Bucstanes for the death of William le Harpur son of Simon Gode atte Lidegate.

Nicholas de Cantilupo for the death of Walter de Asshewell, chaplain.

Nicholas son of Robert le Smyth of Stanford super More [sic=Sore] for the death of Robert Bigge of Stanford super More.

Geoffrey son of John de Onlegreve for a robbery at Henowre, co. Derby, and for homicides, &c.

Hugh Lowys for the death of William of the Holm and Alan de Bramthuayt.

John son of Adam de Wycklesworth for the death of Ralph de Rautheclif.

John son of Reginald atte Hou of Levene for the death of Simon Been of Gousil in Lyndeseye and for robberies, &c.

Herbert le Mareschal of Hexham for the death of Roger Badde.

William son of Simon le Serjant of Tyndale for the death of Thomas son of Gilbert le Walker.

John Snou for the death of Henry Sarre.

William le Smyth of Colstone Bosset for the death of Eustace de Crophulle.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Simon le Forester of Littondale of his outlawry for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench at the suit of Mary de Nevill, and for homicides, &c., and for escaping from the king's bailiffs of Staynclif.

Henry son of Thomas le Keu of Clyfton super Dunnesmor for the death of Richard de Berleston of Cotesbech.

William de la Marche for the death of John Warde.

John Cucherel of Pokelington the younger for breaking the houses of William le Leper of Herlethorp and of Elena Cucherel of Pokelington and other trespasses.

June 30. Perth.

William Gumbaud for the death of John Swyerd, and for other felonies.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Geoffrey le Tannour of Halistan for the death of Thomas Laverd of Sharberton.

MEMBRANE 4.

Nov. 18. Dunfermline.

William Gumbaud for trespasses in parks, stews, warrens, and coneygarths in Holdernesse, for which he was in custody in York gaol, and released on finding sufficient mainprise before John de Drokenesford, keeper of the wardrobe, and the sheriff of York, to go to the king in Scotland and stay there on his service until Michaelmas last, and then return to gaol as before.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Geoffrey de Ambaldeston for the death of Roger Gilet of Engelby.

John Stor of Thorney for the death of William Scut of Stonham, and for robberies, &c.

Peter son of Richard Pygot for the death of William Bon of Radeclyve super Moram (sic).

Richard son of William Elyot for the death of Gervase son of Arnald le Fevre.

John de Pheypo for robberies, &c.

John de Kirkegarth of Scottesthorn for robberies, &c.

Richard son of John Coly of Kyngescaple for the death of Ralph son of Philip de Kyngescaple.

William son of Peter de Cremplesham for the death of Henry son of Adam Walgor, and for other homicides, &c.

Gilbert Cappe of Whappelade for homicides, &c., in the county of Lincoln and other counties.

Robert de Thresk for the death of Adam le Simple of Thresk.

Simon son of Simon de Fossebrok for the death of Thomas son of William le Keu of Kavereswalle.

Richard de la Hawe for homicides, &c.

Hugh Cobbe of Ayk for the death of William son of Richard de Ayk.

Richard son of Richard de Scaresbrek for the death of Emma late the wife of Richard de la Meure.

John de Gurnay of Botelford for the death of William Broun of Botelford.

Godfrey de Meaus for the death of William Godcher of Esingwold.

Thomas de Lound for the death of Hugh de Oulecotes.

Thomas le Charpenter of Ottinge for robberies, &c.

John Pacy of Tykehull for robberies, &c.

William Chartreyn for the death of Simon de Halsangre.

John son of Walter Sparewe of Welton by Lincoln for the death of William West of Welton.

William de Catden for the death of Isabella de Catden.

Thomas son of William le Foghelere of Syvelyngton for the death of John Scot of Egeton.

Simon de Skelton for the death of Alexander le Pynder of Hewyk.

Thomas de Lund for the death of Hugh de Oulecotes. Vacated because above.

Hugh de Ludeford for the death of Richard Horne of Schirington.

Robert Delmham for the death of Michael de Carleel.

Walter Broun of Hanglegh for the death of Thomas Stulle of Poywyk.

William son of Geoffrey de Manefeld for the death of William Morel of Carleton, and for robberies.

John son of Dionisia de Hegheworth for robberies, &c.

William son of Geoffrey de Manefeld, as above.

John son of Henry de Knyghcote for the death of John Gormond of Knyghcote.

Simon de Langeton for the death of John son of Robert son of Matilda de Langeton.

James son of Walter Maktild for the death of William son of Richard le Stynt.

Jordan de Loude for the death of Richard de Haliland.

Simon le Whyte of Helpeston for the death of Gilbert son of Robert le Clerk of Makeseye, for which he abjured the realm, and for larcenies, &c.

Gilbert de Graystanes for the death of Simon Scot of Dumbar.

Hugh del Blakemore for larcenies, &c.

Hugh de Ludeford for the death of Richard Horne of Schirington.

William de Rouley for the death of Geoffrey son of Bernard de Hertford.

John de Berte for the death of William Godefray of Feckenham.

John le Whrighte of Stokton for the death of Thomas le Whrighte of Stokton.

Hugh son of Hubert de Bokministre for the death of Nicholas Walklayn of Bokministre.

John Hervy of Plumtre for the death of Robert de Stanleye, Thomas de Stanleye and Richard de Gotham.

Robert de Abbeton for the death of Philip de Hucchemore.

William de Helawe for the death of John son of Hugh de Milford.

Thomas Parfet of Dowesby for the death of Robert Cokerel of Rippingehale.

William de Steresby for the death of Richard son of Henry de Steresby.

John son of Robert de Wyverton for the death of John son of Richard le Provost of Wyverton.

Richard de Langsid of Lowedham for the death of William Everard of Lowedham.

Henry son of William de Hoo of Cranesford for homicides, &c.

Thomas son of Hasculph de Nevill of Leye for homicides, Ac.

John son of Giles de Wachesham for the death of John de Burston.

Richard Wynter of Benington for homicides, &c.

Geoffrey Sewale of Jokesford for the death of Walter Beuereche of Jokesford and Basilia Drueth, and for robberies, &c.

Peter de la Gote of Boston for the death of Henry Crappes of Skirbek.

Henry de Shipstone for the death of Richard de Ebritone.

Peter de Stappelton for the death of John Walkelyn.

Richard Attenesse of Pyncebek for the death of John Horsse of Pincebek.

Robert de Cnottinge for the death of William Harihille.

Geoffrey Quicseynt for the death of Joceus Broun.

Thomas de Weldon for the death of John de Osegodeby.

John son of John de Adboldesle for robberies, &c.

Roger son of Thomas de Westerkele for robberies, &c.

John son of Baty de Verk for the death of Walter Falkard of Verk.

Richard son of Hugh de Lincolnegrene for the death of William Thedom of Bracebrigg.

Roger Grelle for the death of Robert Tops.

Thomas son of Adam de Thickeheved for the death of Thomas le Stalkere.

Stephen le Nylder of Gatesheved for homicides, &c.

Nicholas de Wadingham for a robbery at the house of William de Handen in Stretton, for burning his houses and other trespasses.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Alan Uttyngsone of Persebrigg for the death of Alan de Pymland and for other trespasses.

William Tortman of Neuton for the death of Matilda daughter of Walter de Neuton.

MEMBRANE 3.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Hugh Walewein for the death of Philip Theloundreis and of his abjuration of the realm.

John Ballard of Cannonesassheby for the death of Robert Geffray.

Simon Bastard for the death of Robert de Lyndale.

Stephen Barnysone of Hull for the death of John Ivesone of Hull.

Richard de Breynyon for the death of Thomas le Teyntourer of Trevereu.

William son of Richard du Molyn of Haversegge for the death of Philip del Hull of Haversegge and for other trespasses.

John son of Peter Joce of Little Hadham for felonies, &c.

Elias Dring of Leven for the death of Richard de Foston and for other trespasses.

Alan le Forester of Felton for the death of Richard de Clavering and other trespasses.

Roger de Greneweye for the death of Robert son of Alan de Kneypurnsleye.

Roger le Prute for homicides, &c., in Ireland, for which he abjured the land of Ireland.

Nicholas Dubbe of Tydolvesside for homicides, &c.

Edward le Keu of Ercheston for the like.

Henry Gyle for the death of Andrew atte Halle.

Richard son of William de Thurmenton for the death of Adam son of Hugh le Fissher of Thurmenton.

William son of Gilbert de Chaddesdene for a robbery at the house of John de Brumshelf in the county of Stafford, and for homicides, &c.

Adam Blakeman of Tatham for homicides, &c.

Robert son of Robert de Eyleston of Sutton by Brocton for the death of Thomas le Leyr.

Richard Coldras of Middelrasen for the death of Richard Flint of Fresthorp, for which he abjured the realm.

Stephen son of Walter Gamele of Hemeleseye for homicides, &c.

John de Wytewell for the death of Ralph le Hayward of Offington.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Roger de Estrewe for the death of Geoffrey Crymbel.

Richard Caupestak of Scalleby for homicides, &c.

John the Reve of Foston for homicides, &c.

Roger son of Roger le Provost of Crumwell for the death of Robert son of Geoffrey de Crumwell.

John son of Richard de Luuk for the death of Stephen Kygil of Heueger.

John Page for the death of William le Pundere.

Adam le Sausser of Salkeld for the death of Thomas Lambe of Harskeu, and for robberies, &c., and for breaking the prison of Aldeston.

Roger Heyron for the death of John Mari.

John le Waleys for the death of Robert Caunbroun.

John Gudberd for the death of John Essokesone.

William Prestessone of Attelbrigge for the death of John Wacy of Wordestede.

Walter son of Thomas le Longe of Lutlebruge for the death of Richard Tiss[our].

Simon le Hayward of Impeton for the death of Nicholas de Coleville.

Thomas de Boulton for the death of Guy de Wath, and for robberies, &c.

Richard de Norton for the death of William son of William de Carleton of Otteleye.

John le Mercer of Eyton for the death of Hamo de Glaseleye.

Raymond Trevet for the death of Hugh de Dudemaneston, and of his abjuration of the realm.

William son of Geoffrey le Fevre of Killum for the death of William le Keu of Seleby, and for robberies, &c., and for breaking the prison of Killum.

Roger son of William le Fermour of Melton for the death of Robert son of Ranulph le Cutiller.

John son of Richard de Oxnale for larcenies, &c.

Thomas son of Hugh le Smith of Grenerigg for the death of Henry son of Adam de Grenerigg.

Thomas de Tauton for the death of John de Rollebury.

Robert Skyrmisour of St. Alban's for the death of William de Wylom, for which he abjured the realm.

Thomas Unthank for homicides, &c., in England and Ireland.

John Parys for the death of Robert Walk'.

Peter Broun of Brandesbourte for the death of John Poulayn of Levene.

Robert de Horspade for the death of Richard Gleyse.

Richard de Wra for the death of Henry Bowel.

Geoffrey le Bret of Great Snoring for the death of Hugh Scalding.

John de Parys for the death of Walter Shanke, and for robberies, &c.

William de la Besche for the death of Henry de Salt.

Robert Hotoft of Suthwell for the death of Roger de Cave of Rughhawe.

William son of William le Charpenter of Rothe (sic) for the death of Ralph son of Simon de Rothele, and for robberies, &c.

Geoffrey son of Cristin le Parker of Tyndale for the death of Bernard son of David de Shuttelyngton, and for robberies, &c.

John de Cranle for the death of John Costance.

Henry Bynge for the death of Robert Toppe.

Alexander de Shavynton for the death of William de Harpecote.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

William Pacok for breaking the park of Tottele and taking and carrying away venison, and for other trespasses in warrens and stews in Holdernesse.

Hugh de Beylaghe for the death of Nicholas Godale of Beylaghe.

Richard le Harpour of Honyleye for the death of William Soule of Bearston.

Nicholas de Meducroft for the death of Thomas de Birkhull.

Nov. 13. Dunfermline.

Henry son of Henry de Grafton for the death of Thomas le Noble, and other trespasses.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John son of John Robert of Holt for the death of Richard de Beaulieu.

Peter de Trevelvargh for the death of Robert de Trevreu, and for robberies, &c.

Nov. 18. Dunfermline.

Warin Martyn, conductor many times of Welsh levies to the Scotch war, for homicides, &c., committed in England and Wales against his will by the said Welsh in going to and fro under his conduct.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Geoffrey le Lorimer of Bernestaple for the death of Thomas filz Dugun le Fevre of Bernestaple.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Robert de Kayton for the death of William son of Beatrice daughter of Elias Westy by of Gemeling and Elias le Bongeler of Wetewang, and for the rape of Beatrice daughter of William Westyby of Gemeling, and for robberies, &c.

Robert le Fevre of Keselingbury for the death of Philip le Fevre of Buckebrok.

John son of Robert Fouke for the death of Walter Sharp of Redingg, of his abjuration of the realm and for breaking the prison of Reding.

Thomas de Saunton for the death of William Ulp.

William son of Robert le Fevre of Toppefeld for the death of Thomas son of Robert le Secrestevn of Toppefeld.

Richard le Carpenter of Middelton for the death of Adam Clogh of Neusom.

Walter Godebarn of Scorreby for homicides, &c.

Alan Thorre of Fritheby for the death of Thomas son of Roger de Fritheby.

Walter de Hasfeld for the death of Tristram le Werkman.

MEMBRANE 2.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Hugh son of Hugh le Organer for the death of William son of William de Gunewardby.

Robert de Barcthorp for the death of Odo de Anik.

Walter Wynsom of Woborne Chapele for the death of Henry Whytheved of Woborne Chapele, for which he abjured the realm.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John Cousyn of Boulum for the death of Agnes Virly and for robberies, &c. and for the rape of Alice de Eworth.

Simon de Oundell for the death of Thomas Aysely of Oundell.

Patrick de Hepe for the death of Thomas son of Hugh de Lilleford, and for larcenies, &c.

Henry le Serjaunt for breaking the park of Stredeley.

William le Forager of Newcastle for robberies, &c., and for breaking the gaol of Newcastle.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Stephen atte Gate of Birston for the death of Geoffrey Plouman of Birston.

Nov. 13. Dunfermline.

Richard de Uptone of Kynemaresbury for the death of Henry de Hale.

Dec. (sic) 10. Dunfermline.

Roger le Swapper of Cosinton for the death of John Brente of Lauucerton (sic).

Philip de Empingham for the death of Bartholomew Hert, Elena le Calewe and Geoffrey de Arderne, of his abjuration of the realm and for breaking the prison of Ocham.

Roger son of Richard le Swon of Cokham for the death of William le Chapeleyn of Pershore.

William Longspe for the death of William son of John Waterman of Oxford, and for robberies, &c., and of his abjuration of the realm.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Thomas Colpeper of Brenchesle for homicides, &c.

Thomas son of Thomas Colpeper for breaking the park of the prior of Christchurch, Canterbury, at Westwell, and the park of the prior of Michelham at Michelham ; and hunting and carrying away deer, and for felonies, &c;

Walter son of Thomas Colpeper. The like as for the aforesaid Thomas.

William de Derteford le Lung for the death of Richard Bright of Abboteston.

Thomas Rabbas for the death of Alice his wife.

Hugh de Wales for homicides, &c.

Thomas son of William del Blamyr for the death of John son of Adam Sewolf of Carlisle.

Edmund son of Walter Tymme of Birton for the death of Adam son of Ralph son of Hervey de Lameleye.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

William de Huntelowe for the death of John le Mouner and for robberies, &c.

Thomas son of Hugh le Charpenter of Cotes by Lughteburgh for the death of William Sellewar of the same place.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Hugh le Leuk' of Chaddesden for a robbery at Neubiry, co. Berks, and for homicides, &c.

John son of William le Mercer of Lemyngg for the death of Walter son of Nisandus de Neuton.

Hugh son of Nicholas Parys of Somersham for robberies, &c., and for escaping from the king's bailiffs, who took him at Somersham.

Thomas Buk of Shuldhamthorp for the death of Thomas Attebelhous of Shuldhamthorp.

John Wynter for the death of Robert Gerard, and for robberies, &c.

Hugh Bannok of Gammesby for the death of Thomas Lambe of Harskeu, and for breaking the prison of Aldeston.

Thomas son of John de Cranewell of Nyweton for the death of Robert de Billesdale.

Robert Page of Northkreyk for the death of Robert Joule of Northkreyk. Vacated because otherwise below.

John son of Richard Baret of Mulleford for the death of Richard le Baillif of Luddesdon.

Henry Banes of Erghum for the death of William Wyche of Suleby, and for homicides, &c.

Richard Mabili of Melebourn for the death of Richard Cloker of Swanynton.

William Kegyum for the death of William Kydefot, and for robberies, &c.

William son of Richard son of Reginald de Storton for the death of William atte Gate of Norton.

William son of William de Beeston for the death of William de Birstall, and for larcenies, &c.

Adam son of Adam de Lathum for breaking the house of Richard de Olton, and for robberies, &c.

Thomas son of Ralph le Muner for homicides, &c., in the county of Stafford and other counties.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Godfrey de Alta Ripa for the death of Peter son of Stephen de Lund.

Robert son of Robert le Blakwell for larcenies, &c.

Roger le Orfevre for the death of Henry de Savern'.

John de Clyderhowe, clerk, for homicides, &c.

Robert Gyngeloc of Tykehill for the death of Robert son of Hugh Tollesone.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John de Bollesden for the death of John atte Halle.

Nicholas son of Simon de Trenewyth for homicides, &c.

Joceus de Billingburgh, in consideration of his said service in Scotland by John Chose of Neuton, for the death of Walter de Wraggeby.

Thomas Blauhorn for the death of William Inkeman of Dynyngton.

Robert Page of Northcreyk for the death of Robert Joule of Northcreyk, and for robberies, &c.

Richard de Siyngesby for the death of William de Slyngesby.

Roger de Paynel Hoton for the death of William Fraunkes of Milne thorp.

1304. 10. Dunfermline.

Geoffrey Wythe Hameres for the death of Robert de Walde of Malton.

Vacated because in the 32nd year.

Feb. 5. Dunfermline.

Roger le Bercher of Burton, at the instance of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, for the death of Matilda, daughter of William atte Welle, sometime his wife.

Vacated because in the 32nd year.

1303. Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John son of Robert Bucok for homicides, &c.

Robert Rudde of Preston in Aundernesse, and for robberies, &c.

Robert son of William de Martindale the younger for larcenies, &c.

Godfrey de Alta Ripa for the death of Peter son of Stephen de Lund, and for homicides, &c.

Geoffrey sou of Martin le Karon for homicides, &c.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Robert Chobbe of Slegill for the death of Hugh le Serjaunt.

John Yvan le Galeys for robberies, &c.

Robert de Middelby for the death of William de Slyngesby.

Robert de Swyndon for the death of Robert son of Stephen de Wadington, and for robberies, &c.

Robert Riggedon of Northcreik for the death of Robert Joule of Nortlicreik, and for robberies, &c.

John the Kene of Uckefeld for the death of William 'of Hunden Abytene.'

Nicholas de Treuuinge for the death of John Morsel.

William de la Leye for the death of Dionisia de la Leye.

Hugh son of Warin de Hedon for the death of John de Lund.

William son of Richard de Lauton for robberies, &c.

William son of Warin de Hedon for the death of John de Lund.

William de Podemore for the death of Thomas son of —Wyk.

Matthew Pygot for the death of Thomas Waldest.

William Wileys of Driffeld for the death of Richard atte Marre of Wetewange.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Robert Somery of Farnham for the death of Rose de Waltham, and for robberies, &c.

Nov. 18. Dunfermline.

Herbert de Sutton for trespasses in the parks, stews, warrens and coneygarths of Holdernesse, for which he was released from York gaol on finding mainprise before John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, and Simon de Kyme, then sheriff of York, to go to Scotland and stay there on the king's service until Michaelmas last, and afterwards to return to gaol.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Hugh de Langeneuton for the death of Hugh de Ditensale.

MEMBRANE 1.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Thomas son of Adam de Brankeston for the death of Thomas son of Thomas de Brankeston, and for robberies, &c.

Walter de Bodenham for homicides, &c., in the realm and in Ireland.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Richard son of Roger Prat of Melton for the death of Robert Dandesone le Cotiller.

Michael de Trenewith for the death of Guy de Pultemor.

John de Mar for the death of Jordan Baret.

John de Shropham for the death of Hervey le Keu.

Robert le Hokester of Cotingham for the death of Hugh Waytecorne of Sutton.

Adam Thoty for the death of Thomas de Muneston.

Simon Sweyn of Mildenhale for homicides, &c.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Hugh de Burgo for the like in Ireland.

Thomas de Johaneby for the death of Alan son of Alan de Ireby, and for robberies, &c.

John de Hetton for the death of John Swyn.

Richard son of Adam de Naileston of Kynkeleye for the death of Robert son of John atte Brigge of Barewell.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

John de Hyntes for homicides, &c., in the county of Derby and other counties. Vacated because otherwise below.

William son of Elias le Clerk of Belton for the death of William de Claie.

Simon son of Robert le Fevre of Rothbury for the death of John son of William le Brewestere of Overtyrewit.

Simon Trenchefoill of Netherhavene for the death of Ralph Dawe.

John Payne for the death of John de Rollebury.

John Fairfax of Walton for the death of Adam de Rigeton.

William Colle of Derby for the death of Ralph de Stapynhull and of Thomas de Evesham, and for homicides, &c.

John de Hyntes for the death of Henry Russel of Langele and of Master Elias le Wryghte of Sherle, for homicides, &c., and for breaking the gaol of Notingham.

John Moterel for homicides, &c.

Hamo de Barton for the death of Henry son of Gregory de Bamburgh, and for robberies, &c.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Simon son of John le Parker of Brustwyk for breaking the park of Tottele and taking and carrying away venison, and for trespasses in parks, warrens, and stews of Holdernesse.

Thomas Basset for the death of John le Mareschall of Norhampton.

Robert son of John le Shouflare of Lenton for the death of John Boynon.

Richard Malet of Queynton for the death of Simon atte Grene of Queynton. Vacated because in the 32nd year.

Thomas de Baggehill for larcenies, &c.

John son of Richard Burnel of Langeleye for the death of Richard le Fevre of Langeleye, and for felonies, &c.

Robert Beran of Ingestre for the death of John de Rewel.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Edmund de Poukethorpe for the death of Geoffrey Edolf of Killum and Gilbert le Charman of Schirewode.

William Muritagh of Horeston for homicides, &c.

Ralph Fisshe for the death of Richard son of Geoffrey atte Kirke of Hornesebec.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Hugh Wakewo for homicides, &c., in the county of Norfolk and other counties.

Robert Rossel of Gosford in Copland for the death of John Clok of Briggepeting.

Bartholomew Darderne for the death of Hugh de Kerwent.

Stephen de Wenden for the death of William de Benetham.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Henry son of John son of Robert de Sandford for the death of John son of Roger le Suour of Sandford.

John son of John Deyvill of Dighton for the death of Thomas Baudewyn.

Walter de Yweleye for the death of Walter de Olepenne, chaplain.

John son of Richard Wrig for the death of Walter Thebaddere.

William son of Ranulph Hert of Teddesmere for the death of Reiner son of William Cantelop of Edenesdon.

Hugh le Spenser for the death of John le Cotiller of Derby.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

William de Wolstaneston for the death of Adam de Rokleye.

William le Wolf for the death of Adam de Rokleye.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Robert de Lyth for homicides, &c.

Robert de Melton for the like.

William le Baillol of Harewell for the death of John le Skirmere.

Ralph le Haster of Kydeslee for the death of Henry son of John le Achatour of Smallegh.

John son of John de Tonestal for homicides, &c.

Simon son of Alan de Wranghull for the death of Reginald son of Ralph le Suour of Thimbelby.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

William son of Ralph le Wryght of Monkehide for the death of Nicholas Bytheweie of Prioreshope.

Reginald de Frome for homicides, &c.

William de Wethermelok for the death of William de Aukeland.

Robert Kyte of Horselewodehous for a robbery some time ago of Juliana de Irlande of Neuport at Neuport, co. Salop, and other trespasses.

Thomas son of Robert Haliday of Bedeford for the death of William Haliday of Bedeford.

Otto de Onrum for burglary of the house of Margery de Hawurth, and other trespasses.

John Pukerich of Standon for homicides, &c.

Edmund de Reygate of Pokethorp for the death of Geoffrey Edolf of Killum and Gilbert le Charman of Shirewode, and other homicides, &c.

Peter B[uck] of Upavene for the death of Thomas Saghiare of Heghworth.

Peter Targan for the death of Agnes daughter of Alan Baron of Colham and of Cicely daughter of Richard de Padenhale, and other homicides, &c.

Robert Beneyt of Westok for the death of Edmund Beneyt.

.... son of .... le Carpenter of Ourum for the burglary of the house of Margery de Hawurth in Hawurth, and for larcenies, &c.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

.... de Hustweyt for the death of Thomas Noel, and other felonies, &c.

.... [son of] Adam de Derby for homicides, &c.

[John] de Lund of Dignineton for the death of Geoffrey Goudyn of Pesenhale, and for robberies, &c.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

Richard Athelard Attestocke for the death of Robert Hoycok, and for robberies, &c.