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Pages 182-199

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 46d.

1302. Dec. 19. Timsbury. (Tymberbury.)

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Haward, William Inge and Thomas de Fyshburn, touching the persons who by night assaulted William Barevill at Neuwerk, co. Nottingham. By p.s.

The like to the same, touching the persons who assaulted John fiz le Mestre of Saham at the same place. By K. on like information.

The like to the same, touching the persons who by night killed Robert Tops of Berkeweye at Neuwerk, and at whose procurement. By K. on like information.

Nov. 26. Reading.

The like to William Inge and Henry Spygurnel, touching the persons who assaulted John de Canti Lupo at Stratford-super-Avene, co. Warwick, beat his men and carried away his goods to the value of 20l.By K. at the instance of J. de Kalentir on the information of E. de London.

Nov. 26. Reading.

The like, at the request of H. king of Norway, to William Haward and John le Bretun, on complaint by Olaf Ivari, merchant of Norway, that whereas he made an agreement at the town of Holcham, co. Norfolk, with Adam Silk of that town, to load a ship in Norway with logs of a specified length and breadth, and send them to the said town, for which the said Adam was to pay Olaf a specified sum upon the latter's return to Holcham ; although Adam received logs to the value of 147l. 8s. he has only paid 40l. thereof, and refuses to pay the residue. They are to hear the pleadings of both parties according to merchant law, and if necessary to make enquiry by jury of the towns of Lenne, Blakeneye and Holcham, and other good men of the county of Norfolk. By K. on the information of J. de Benestede.

Nov. 26. Reading.

Mandate to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, to arrest wherever they are to be found, and keep in safe custody until further orders, such persons as were indicted and found guilty before John le Bretun and Richard de Walsingham, appointed to a commission of oyer and terminer touching the persons who entered the earl's free chaces, warrens and parks in the counties of Surrey and Sussex, with a multitude of armed men on horseback and on foot, while he was away some time ago on the king's service, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares, rabbits and partridges, led away some of his men, and plundered his goods. The said commissioners were formerly instructed to supply the names of those whom they found guilty to the sheriff of the said counties, and the sheriff was ordered to go with a sufficient posse of the said counties, and if necessary, with the earl's posse, and arrest them, but they have escaped into other counties and are wandering about refusing to submit to justice. By K.

Nov. 26. Reading.

Commission to Roger le Sauvage and Richard de Walsingham to enquire by jury of the Cinque Ports and of Jernemuth, and of Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk, touching the discords between the barons and men of the Cinque Ports of the one part, and the men of the town of Jernemuth of the other part, which have already led to much mischief, and may lead to worse unless the king quickly puts his hand to the matter. The warden of the Cinque Ports, the bailiffs of Jernemuth and the sheriffs of the above counties will provide a jury. By K.

MEMBRANE 45d.

Dec. 7. Marlborough.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Mortuo Mari and Robert de Staundon, on complaint by Christiana de Marton, touching the persons who broke her houses at Marton, co. Salop, assaulted her and carried away her goods. By p.s.

Dec. 10. Marlborough.

The like to Robert de Burghersh and Henry de Cobeham the younger, on complaint by John de Gravene of Faversham that Geoffrey, abbot of Faversham, Thomas de Wengham, his fellow-monk, John de Wengham and Robert le Hayward, with others, broke his houses at Faversham, co. Kent, and carried away his goods. By p.s.

Dec. 10. Marlborough.

The like to Hervey de Staunton, Thomas de Rupe and William de Caumvill the elder, on complaint by the prior and Friars Preachers of Exeter that Master Walter de Stapeldon, Master John de Upaven and Master John de Wele, with a multitude of others, entered their closes at Exeter, co. Devon, entered their church there and broke the lattices (intersticia) before the altars, assaulted the Friars and beat some, and carried away some ornaments of the church and other goods.

Dec. 30. Odiham.

Commission to Adam de orokdaik and Thomas de Metham to deliver Knaresburgh gaol of all prisoners except those indicted before the coming of the justices lately in eyre in the county of York, those handed over on bail before their coming, and those who surrendered in the said eyre.

MEMBRANE 44d.

1303. Jan. 5. Odiham.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Cobeham the younger, and John de Northwode, touching the persons who broke the park of the prior of Christ Church, Canterbury, at Westwell, co. Kent, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K.

MEMBRANE 43d.

Jan. 8. Odiham.

The like to Nicholas de Warrewyk and John de Foxle, on complaint by John Giffard that Henry del Ok, sub-escheator in the county of Gloucester, fished in his stews of Weston and Norton, co. Gloucester, while those manors were in the king's hands by the death of Godfrey Giffard his uncle, tenant in chief, whose heir he is, took, consumed and carried away fish and other goods, and broke his park at Weston, cut down the trees and sold them and carried away timber.

Jan. 20. Guildford.

The like to John le Blund, mayor of London, and Ralph de Sandwyco, constable of the Tower of London, touching the persons who assaulted Taillefer de Gorte at London. By p.s. The inquisition to be made at St. Martin's-le-Grand by jury of the city.

Jan. 20. Guildford.

Association of Roger de Hegham in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William de Bereford and Walter de Aylesbury, touching the persons who lately killed Thomas le Norreys, John le Thacher and Agnes his wife, Juliana Hocchebreyn, John Eyse and John Nicholesman Brun; the jury to be of the county of Oxford. By K.

The like of the same with the said William and William Wace, touching the carrying away of swans of Hugh le Despenser at Ottemore, co. Oxford, by Henry son of Nigel, Nicholas le Brun, Robert le Fox, Henry le Lung and John le Hunte. By K.

The like of William de Bereford with William Haward, William Inge and Thomas de Fysheburn, touching the persons who by night killed Robert Tops of Berkeweye at Newerk, co. Nottingham. By the Chancellor.

MEMBRANE 42d.

Jan. 5. Odiham.

Commission of John Randolf and John de Acton, touching the persons who by night entered the park of John de Wylyngton of Yate-by-Sobbiry, co. Gloucester, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K.

Jan. 10. Odiham.

The like to William Inge and Henry Spigurnel, on complaint by Ralph de Monte Hermerii, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, that Nicholas de Segrave and Alice his wife, Warin de Insula Thomas de Cranewych, Robert le Messer of Oldefeld, Nicholas Lovegent, Robert Attechurcheheye, Nicholas son of Margery Lovegent, John Gilling, Robert le Juvene of Badelkyng, Michael son of John Attehurne, Richard Troye, John Troye, John Prille, John son of Margery Lovegent, Ralph le Steer and Ralph son of Henry Attechurcheheye, broke his houses at Badelking-by-Kyngeston, co. Berks, carried away his goods and imprisoned and maltreated William Fraunceys his serjeant. By K.

Jan. 11. Odiham.

Commission to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, to enquire who of the king's ministers sent to Odiham, co. Southampton, to make purveyances against the king's coming there, and after his coming, took goods and victuals without paying for them, and whether any persons, declaring themselves to be the king's ministers when they were not so, took prises in those parts.

Jan. 5. Odiham.

Association of William de Mortuo Mari in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Roger de Suthcote and John de Foxle, touching trespasses committed against William le Verrur of Wenlok and Edith his wife by Henry de Beuelard, prior of Wenlok, and others mentioned in the original writ at Burton and Wenlok, co. Salop.

Jan. 11. Odiham.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John le Bretun and Nicholas de Weyland, touching the persons who with their beasts depastured the grass in the meadow and several pasture of William de Tuddeham, king's yeoman, at Hadenham, co. Cambridge, broke the close and hedges, cut down the trees, fished in the stew and free fishery, carried away trees and fish and impounded his beasts which they still detain. By K.

Jan. 20. Guildford.

The like to John de Batesford and Thomas de Warblynton, on complaint by Walter Frost and Christiana, late the wife of Ralph Bisshop, that Peter de Lyuns, Richard de Barbeflete and William Foghele of Suthampton with other persons who had committed offences in parks and turbaries took away a ship of theirs with its gear, worth 100l., at Suthampton. By p.s.

Jan. 16. Waverley.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to James Beauveys, Robert Hereward, William de Estden and Hugh, vicar of the church of Elm by the sea coast and parts adjacent in the county of Cambridge. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

MEMBRANE 39d.

Jan. 20. Guildford.

Association of Luke atte Gate in the room of William Colebrand, deceased, with Robert de Setvaunz, William Maufe and William de Hastinges in a commission de walliis et fossalis directed to the latter by the sea coast and parts adjacent in the counties of Kent and Sussex.

Commission to William de Echingham and William de Hastynges to enquire touching a complaint by William Burgeys of Wynchelse and Robert son of John de Langhurst that compensation has never been made for 35 acres of land, within the site of the new town of Wynchelse, of the inheritance of the said Robert. The land was at that time in the custody of the said William and was taken into the king's hands for the extension of the new town by John, sometime bishop of Ely, the treasurer, to whom the ordering of the new town was assigned, and who promised to make William, as keeper, a reasonable exchange. The king afterwards, on complaint by William, appointed Stephen de Penecestria, John de Cobeham and Gregory de Rokesle to make such exchange out of lands of those parts in the king's hands, including compensation for any loss occasioned thereby, but by reason of the deaths of the bishop and the said commissioners it was not done. This writ was returnable.

Jan. 20. Guildford.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford, Henry Spygurnel and Robert de Flixthorp, on complaint by William la Zusche that John Engyne, Richard le Venur, Thomas de Grelleye, Gerard de Braybrook, William de la Mote, Robert son of William de Scaccario, John de Sandebruyl, Henry Prest, Richard Dukedrake, Henry Tappelesyng, Simon son of John le Provost, John Alhert, Geoffrey le Porter, Robert son of Joan de Laxton, Richard le Warde, William le Bonde, Robert Aleyn, Richard le Palmeressone, William le Turner, Richard son of Nicholas le Fevre, John Gilbert, Richard le Halt, John Aleyn and Richard Goldston broke his park at Haryngworth, co. Northampton, hunted therein, took foxes and hares, and cut down trees and carried them away.

Feb. 4. Windsor.

Association of Roger Brabazun and William Inge in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William de Bereford and William Wace, touching the carrying away of swans of Hugh le Despenser to the value of 100l. at Ottemore, co. Oxford, by Henry son of Nigel, Nicholas Broun, Robert le Fox, Henry le Long and John le Hunte.

The like of the same in a like commission directed to the said William and Walter de Aylesbury, touching the persons who lately killed Thomas le Norreys, John le Thacchere and Agnes his wife, Juliana Hocehebreyn, John Eyse and John Nicholesman Brun ; the jury to be of the county of Oxford.

MEMBRANE 38d.

Feb. 5. Windsor.

Commission to William le Gros and John de Wengrave to enquire touching vagabonds in the counties of Essex and Hertford, and the sheriff is to arrest the guilty whose names are supplied to him by them.

MEMBRANE 37d.

Feb. 17. St. Albans.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford and John de Batesford, touching the persons who by night broke the close of Geoffrey de Turbeville at Catmere, co. Berks, carried away some deer, assaulted Geoffrey and killed one of his horses, value 50l. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 36d.

Feb. 28. Walkampstede.

The like to William Inge, John Randolf and Theobald de Nevill, on complaint by John de Caldecote that when lately on summons by the sheriff of Roteland to appear before the justices assigned to take juries and recognisances in the county of Roteland, he, with other good men of that county, went to Bradecroft by Staunford to make recognisances, Walter de Elesworth, John Waryn of Berwedon, Henry le Provost, William de Forfare, Nicholas le Palefreur, John le Walleys, Robert Thomasman de Clynton, Gilbert le Pavilluner, William le Ferur, William Johannesman Grym and Richard Gylemyn, with others, assaulted him at Staunford on the confines of Rutland and Lincoln as he was returning from the town of Bradecroft. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

MEMBRANE 35d.

Feb. 19. Hertford.

The like to Roger de Hegham, William Haward and William Inge, on complaint by Stephen de Stanham of Lincoln that Margery, late the wife of Norman Darcy, Thomas her son, and Philip Dercy, with others, carried away his goods at Nocton, co. Lincoln. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Feb. 25. Waltham Holy Cross.

Commission to Ralph de Sandwico, and Roger de Suthcote on complaint by Joan, late the wife of Henry Sevehode, to go to St. Martin's-le-Grand, London, and in the presence of the mayor and sheriffs of London, to cause to be recited before them the record and process of a plea which was in the hustings before the latter between the said Joan, demandant, and John le Cofrer, tenant of a messuage and a shop in London, and to correct the error, if any, therein.

Feb. 25. Waltham Holy Cross.

Commission to Thomas de Gardinis and John de Morton to enquire touching vagabonds in the county of Gloucester, and the sheriff is to arrest the guilty whose names are supplied to him by them.

March 3. St. Catherine's by the Tower of London.

The like to Robert de Burgherssh, keeper of the Cinque Ports, Roger le Sauvage and Richard de Walsingham, to enquire by jury of the Cinque Ports, Kent, Surrey and Sussex, touching the discords between the barons and men of the Cinque Ports and the men of the town of Jernemuth. By K. &c.

March 10. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Burghunte and John de la Lee, on complaint by Walter Frest of Southampton, and Alice, late the wife of Ralph Bisshop, by jury of the county of Southampton touching a ship of theirs which was seized by the bailiffs of Southampton for carrying victuals to Scotland, and handed over by them for that purpose with its whole gear and fittings to Robert de Wynton, who sold it to Nicholas Hardyng of Wynchelse, and refused to restore or pay for it, to the damage of the said Walter and Alice and the retardation of the Scotch expedition. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

March 11. Westminster.

Letters for William de Tothale, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, to whom the houses and brethren of that order in Scotland and Wales are also subject, nominating brothers Robert de Sumerdeby and Nicholas de Daccumbe his attorneys for one year.

Vacated because within the roll.

MEMBRANE 33d.

March 7. Westminster.

Association of Adam de Crokedayk and Henry de Sutton in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Henry de Kygheleye and Thomas Travers, touching the persons who broke the park of Robert de Lathun at Knuslegh, co. Lancaster, hunted therein and carried away deer.

March 8. Westminster.

The like of Walter de Hopton and Thomas de Roshale with Richard de Harleye, bailiff of Amadeus, count of Savoy, of the liberty of Clune in the march of Wales, to deliver the prison of Clune of John de Huggeleye, in custody there for robberies and other trespasses against [K]uerissa daughter of Worganow and John and Philip her sons, as it appears by complaint of the prisoner that, although he is prepared to put himself on an inquisition of English and Welsh good men of that liberty, the bailiff has not delivered him.

March 8. Westminster.

The like of Robert Paulyn, in the room of William Maufe, with Robert de Septem Vannis, William de Hasting and Luke atte Gate, in a commission de walliis et fossatis directed to the latter for the sea coast and parts adjacent in the counties of Kent and Sussex.

Jan. 20. Guildford.

Commission to Robert de Burghesh, keeper of the Cinque Ports William de Echingham and William de Hasting, to enquire touching 35 acres of land seized for the new town of Winchelsea [as above, Membrane 39d]. By K.

MEMBRANE 32d.

1303. March 13. Tottenham.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph Hengham and William de Bereford, on complaint by the prior of Coventry that Robert de Monto Alto with a multitude of armed men, broke his several close at Newelond, co. Warwick, hunted therein and carried away deer, and assaulted his servants in custody of the said close. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

March 14. Tottenham.

The like to the same on like complaint that the said Robert broke his several close at Ekleshale, co. Warwick, hunted therein and carried away deer, and assaulted his servants in custody thereof. By K. on like information.

March 21. Croydon.

The like to Henry Spigurnel, William de Mortuo Mari and Nicholas Fermbaud, on complaint by Ralph de Monte Hermerii, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, touching Nicholas de Segrave and Alice his wife, and others [as recited above, Membrane 42d].

MEMBRANE 31d.

March 18. Buntingford.

Request to the abbot and convent of Westminster, in consideration of the service which Henry de Monte Pessulano, king's serjeant, has from his earliest years rendered in the king's household, to admit him with one horse and one groom into their house, and to give them necessaries in food and raiment during the life of Henry, and to make him letters patent, sealed with the seal of the chapter to this effect, and they are to reply by letter what they are disposed to do with regard to this request.

MEMBRANE 30d.

March 23. Westminster.

Association of John Randolf and John Abel, in the room of Aymer de Valencia and Hugh le Despenser, with Henry Spigurnel, in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter, touching the persons who broke the king's park of Cammel, co. Somerset, which is in the hands of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, hunted therein and carried away deer.

March 8. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph de Sandwico and Henry Spigurnel, on complaint by Robert le Wylde, man and tenant of Henry, prior of Bermundeseye, of the manor of Waddon, co. Surrey, which is ancient demesne, that whereas the king ordered the prior not to exact from the tenants of that manor any other customs or services than they were accustomed to perform when the manor was in the hands of the king's progenitors, yet the prior, brothers Bartholomew de la Douse, Peter Peleryn, John le Braynes and Geoffrey de Sumersete, by night plundered his goods to the value of 100l. By fine made before the Chancellor.

The like on complaint by the following men and tenants:—

John Attefeld at Waddon. By fine as above.

William Attefeld at Waddon,

William Attefeld at Bermundeseye. By fine as above.

Richard atte Milne at Waddon. By fine as above.

Ralph Stebbing at Waddon. By fine as above.

Geoffrey le Priur at Waddon. By fine as above.

March 22. Huntingdon.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to Walter le Baud, Richard de Perneforde and John de Dovor, by the sea coast and parts adjacent in the county of Essex and in the town of Wolewyche, co. Kent.

MEMBRANE 29d.

1303. March 31. Croxton.

Association of Philip le Gayton, in a commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph de Hengham and William de Bereford, touching the persons who, with Robert de Monte Alto, broke the several close of the prior of Coventry at Ekeshale [alias Eccleshale], co. Warwick, hunted therein and carried away deer, and assaulted the prior's servants in custody thereof. By the Chancellor.

April 10. Lenton.

The like of Henry de Guldeford in the above.

Association of Roger de Heghham in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William Haward, William Inge and Thomas de Fissheburn, touching the persons who by night killed Robert Tops of Berkeweye at Newerk, co. Nottingham.

The like of John de Insula with the same.

April 10. Lenton.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Gloucestre, Roger de Suthcote and John de Foxleye, on complaint by brother John Crispyn, keeper of the hospital of St. Giles without London, that whereas the hospital is of the king's patronage and exempt from the jurisdiction of the ordinary so that no ordinaries may exercise their office of visitation or other jurisdiction, and have never done so, yet some malefactors broke the locks of the gates of the hospital at the coming there of Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, and opened the gates for him to exercise the office of visitation, and carried away some papal letters, charters, writings and muniments, as well privileges as others touching the rights and possessions of the hospital; the jury to be of the county of Middlesex. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

April 8. Lenton.

The like to Ralph de Hengham, William de Bereford and Philip de Geyton, touching the persons who entered the free chace of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, of Sutton in Colefeld, co. Warwick, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

MEMBRANE 28d.

April 16. Laneham.

The like to Walter de Gloucestre and Roger de Cubeldyk, touching the persons who carried away the goods of William le Bretun at Little Stretton, co. Lincoln, and assaulted Cicely his wife and some of his servants. By p.s.

April 15. Marnham.

Association of Adam de Crokdayk, in the room of William Howard, with William Inge and Thomas de Fissheburn, in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter touching the persons who by night killed Robert Topes of Berkwey at Newerk, co. Nottingham, and assaulted William de Bervill there. By C.

April 16. Laneham.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Gloucestre, Roger de Suthcote and John de Foxle, on complaint by brother John Crispyn, keeper of the hospital of St. Giles without London, touching the persons who broke the gate locks, opened the gates, and entered the hospital and removed the ministers appointed by the king to the custody thereof, and put others in their place and carried away papal letters, &c. [as above, Membrane 29d]. By K.

MEMBRANE 27d.

April 21. Beverley.

The like to John de Insula and John de Kirkeby, touching the persons who cut down and carried away the trees of John de Lythegrayns in his wood at Orseye. By the Chancellor.

April 23. Westow.

The like to Walter de Gloucestre, Robert de Retford and Roger de Suthcote, on complaint by the abbot of Westminster, that when he caused the beasts of Baldwin Pygot to be seized by his servants at Dodington, co. Lincoln, for customs and services due to him, to wit, by William Fraunceys of Louth, Henry de Styvynton, John son of Ralph le Bonde, John de Styvynton, Adam de Lyndwode, Henry Dynne, Robert Malet, Ralph son of Nicholas, Roger le Forester, Hugh Levyng, Robert de Weleton, Peter le Butiller and Gilbert de Luda, the said Baldwin and others rescued them, and assaulted his said servants. By K. on the information of J. de Benested.

May 7. Newcastle-on-Tyne.

The like to Henry Spigurnel and Robert de Retford, touching Geoffrey Kempe, John Graunt, John Gerard and Robert Topyn of Norwich, and the whole commonalty of that town, who assaulted Roger de Hales, coroner of the county of Norfolk, in the execution of his office on a body found dead in a place in Norwich called Tomeland and Ratounerawe, assaulted Richard de Hakeford, bailiff of the king's hundred of Bloufeld, and other men of that hundred who were there by summons of the bailiff, made on the mandate of the coroner in the king's name, snatched the coroner's rolls from his hands, tore and trampled them, and prevented him exercising his office, notwithstanding that the said place belongs to the said hundred and not to the liberty of the town of Norwich, and the coroners of the county outside the town have been accustomed to exercise their office there when requisite, and the bailiffs of that hundred have been accustomed to be answerable before the justices in eyre in those parts as well as before the said coroners in all matters touching that place. By K.

The like to Hervey de Stanton and John de Peyton, on complaint by the abbot of St. Edmunds, that whereas by charters of the king's ancestors, confirmed by the king, he ought to receive the goods of felons and fugitives within the liberty of St. Edmunds, and his predecessors have been wont to receive them, Thomas Giffard carried away the goods of John Blenche, a fugitive indicted of homicides, robberies and larcenies which were found at Sumerton, co. Suffolk, within the said liberty and already taken into the abbot's hands by the bailiffs. By K.

May 6. Newcastle-on-Tyne.

The like to William Haward and John le Bretun, on complaint by the prior of Holy Trinity, Norwich, that whereas he holds by grant of William, sometime king of England, a place in Norwich called Tomeland and Ratounerawe, which belongs to the king's huudred of Blofeld and not to the liberty of the town of Norwich, and he and his predecessors have been wont to hold a fair by charters of the king's ancestors from Whitsunday until the morrow of Holy Trinity in the said place as elsewhere in the said town; and whereas the coroners of the county of Norfolk have been wont to exercise their office in the said place, and the bailiffs of the said hundred have been wont to be answerable in the eyres of the justices in those parts as well as before the coroners of the county in all matters touching the said place, so that the bailiffs of the town might not carry the wand in the time of the fair within the said town or perform any office belonging to their bailiwick, or intermeddle in anything concerning the said place at any time of the year, and have not been wont to do ; yet Geoffrey Kempe, John le Graunt, John de Thirston and Robert de Lopham, bailiffs of the said town, have begun to make summonses, attachments and distraints in the said place, as though it were within their liberty, and Roger de Morlee, coroner of that town, has exercised his office there and the said bailiffs and coroner and Robert de Hegham, Roger le Mareschal, Peter de Bunstede, John Gerard, Richard Springald and Edmund le Sherere, burgesses of the town, with the whole commonalty thereof assaulted Roger de Hales, coroner of the county, in the execution of his office on a body found dead there, and assaulted Richard de Hakeford, bailiff of the said hundred, and other men of the hundred who were present by summons of the bailiff on the coroner's mandate in the king's name, and beat some of them and snatched the coroner's rolls from his hands, and tore and trampled them and prevented him from executing his office, prevented [merchants] from trading with the divers merchandise in their houses in the town during the fair, extorted by grievous distraints customs from merchants coming with merchandise to the fair, and prevented the prior and his ministers from levying and collecting the toll and other customs belonging to the fair. By p.s.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled.

MEMBRANE 26d.

May 6. Newcastle-on-Tyne.

The like to William de Bereford, Roger de Hegham and Gilbert de Roubury, on complaint by Joan, late the wife of John Wak, that Clement, prior of Spalding, Richard de Cluny, Richard son of John le Provost of Pinchebeck, and Alan and Gilbert his brothers with many others by night burnt and cut to pieces her turves in the marsh of Deping, and assaulted her men there.

May 9. Morpeth.

The like to Henry Spygurnel and Robert de Retford, on complaint by Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, touching the persons who broke his park at Cestreford, co. Essex, hunted therein and carried away deer, cut down his trees, fished in his stews and fisheries at Neuport, co. Essex, and carried away fish. By C.

MEMBRANE 24d.

The same entry. Vacated because above.

May 9. Morpeth.

The like to William Haward and John le Breton, on complaint by the abbot of Barlynges, that Joan, prioress of Bungeye, Simon, parson of the church of St. John by Metingham, Robert Wafre, chaplain, Henry Maunde, chaplain, John de Kyrkeby,' seneschal,' Thomas Mauger of Flixton, William Geraud, parson of the church of Dichingham, Edmund Henkey of Bungeye, Roger Fyn, William le Hayward, Richard le Neve, John de Lyme, Bartholomew le Charetter, John Yolle, Henry le Charetter of Romebury, Henry le Jay, Henry son of Morgan de Ilketehale, Reginald le Pestur la Prioresse, Richard le Brom, Walter Scut, William Wyllot and Roger le Waleys, carried away his goods at Bungeye, Ilketeleshale and Waynford, co. Norfolk [rectius Suffolk], and assaulted his men and servants there.

MEMBRANE 23d.

May 16. Roxburgh.

Association of Ralph de Hengham with William de Karleton and Geoffrey de Hothum, appointed to survey and make arrangements touching the roads to the new town of Kyngeston-on-Hull, co. York, and to enquire where it will be most advantageous to the town and the merchants repairing thither for roads to be made, whether on the king's soil or that of others.

May 18. Roxburgh.

The like to Henry de Kighelay and Robert de Holand touching an appeal which Alice, late the wife of John son of Lambert, brings in the county of Lancaster against Henry son of Henry de Pemberton, Robert son of Adam de Hyndelay, William son of William de Mickclfen, Geoffrey son of Grimbald de Cour', Richard de Huyton, Robert Byrvul, David de Perpont, Robert de Hoghton, Henry de Hoghton, John de Hoghton and Jordan Perpont, for the death of her husband. By p.s.

June 4. Edinburgh.

Commission to Peter Mallore and Geoffrey de Hothum to deliver the gaol of York castle, except of prisoners there for divers felonies before the coming of the justices in eyre in the county of York, those there up to the coming of the said justices, and those handed over in bail up to their coming, and those who surrendered during the eyre.

MEMBRANE 22d.

June 4. Edinburgh.

Association of Geoffrey de Hothum, in the room of William Haward, with Peter Mallore in a commission to the same effect as last mentioned.

MEMBRANE 21d.

June 6. Linlithgow.

The like of William de Ormesby in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William Haward and Henry Spigurnel, touching the persons who by night killed John son of William de Drayton at Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk.

June 6. Linlithgow.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph de Sandwico, Walter de Gloucestre, John de Bauquelle and Roger de Suthcotes, by jury of the city of London and the counties of Middlesex and Surrey, touching the persons who broke the king's treasury within the abbey of Westminster and carried away a great part of the treasure found therein.

MEMBRANE 20d.

June 10. Cambuskenneth.

The like to William Haward and John Bretun, on complaint by Adam Silke that William de Tustalle, John de Tunstalle, Stephen de Goseford, William Motte, Godewin de Reppes, Robert de Marcham, Robert de Tunstalle, Sampson de Colton, Henry de Tunstalle, Roger de Wynterton, John de Sumerton, William Syward, William Cock, William son of Henry de Lincoln, Sampson de la Mauwe, Geoffrey Rosel, William le Taillur, Hugh de Ouby, Robert de Cove, Abraham de Loystoft, Robert de Bolton, John Frebord of Wrautham, Peter de Goseford, Roger de Cleye, William de Croumere and Robert de Ocheholm of Thirne, with others, entered a ship of his laden with fish and goods of his which had put in on the sea coast between Bromholm and Brunham co. Norfolk, carried away the fish and goods and assaulted his servants in the ship. By fine made in the Exchequer.

MEMBRANE 19d.

July 10. Perth.

The like to William Haward and John Bacun, on complaint by Goda de Thornham that William de Shipeden, John his brother, Master Robert de Kellinge, John Maystre Roberdesman, Alvred Maystre Roberdesman de Kellinge, William Larke, William Grubbe and Robert Gluffard by night threw down her free fold at Eggemere, co. Norfolk, broke and cut up the hurdles thereof, and led away 200 sheep, worth 30l.

MEMBRANE 18d.

1303. July 20. Perth.

The like to Hugh le Louthre and William de Huk', on complaint by Anthony, bishop of Durham, touching the persons who broke his park at Alnewyk, co. Northumberland, hunted therein and carried away deer.

The like to Brian son of Alan with the said Hugh in the above case.

Aug. 1. Arbroath.

Commission to Robert de Hilton, Adam de Crokedayk, Master Richard de Havering and Robert de Bures to enquire touching a complaint that vagabonds in league within the liberty of the town of Newcastle-on-Tyne who commit depredations by night and refuse to submit to justice, and that the bailiffs of the town have long been negligent in dealing with numerous complaints thereof made before them whereby such malefactors are made bolder and the peace is disturbed. The king, reflecting that it may go from bad to worse, and desiring that the peace be firmly observed while he is in Scotland, especially in this town and the parts adjacent, lest terror or danger arise to Margaret, queen of England, his consort, dwelling there, or to persons passing through the town to the king on his service, has ordered this enquiry, and the commissioners are to arrest those whom they find guilty and keep them in prison until further order and to punish the bailiffs if they find them to have been negligent.

Association of Henry de Sutton in a commission of oyer and terminer, directed to Roger Brabazon and Peter Mallore, touching a trespass committed against William de Wedon, clerk, by the abbot of Bec Hellouin, Theobald, prior of Okeburne, and William de Hardene, the abbot's bailiff.

The like of the same with the same, touching a trespass committed against Stephen son of Henry le Clerk of Wedon by the same persons.

MEMBRANE 17d.

July 20. Perth.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Master Richard de Havering and Ralph de Dalton, touching the persons who lately at Tresk assaulted John de Sandwyco clerk, William de Rede, king's yeoman, Philip de Wemme and others, deputed by John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, to carry in carts a sum of money from the parts of York and conduct it to the king in Scotland, took the horses in the carts and led them away.

The like to William de Ormesby and Hugh de Elaund, touching Adam Caugy, Hugh son of Alexander and William de Bedenhale, king's men and tenants of the manor of Baumburgh, which is ancient demesne, who have been subjected to distraints and extortions by Thomas Leger of Baumburgh, because they refused to attorn to him as his bondmen and to perform to him the services which they owe to the king. By p.s.

July 26. Auchterhouse (Oughtrours.)

The like to Philip de Hoyvill and Baldwin de Bello Alneto, touching the persons who by night broke a dyke of [Richard] de Bourhunte at Hentonby-Caterington, cut down the trees in his wood there and carried them away. By p.s.

July 10. Perth.

The like to William Haward and John le Breton, on complaint by Roger de Hales, coroner of the county of Norfolk, that when he went to a place in Norwich called Tomlond and Ratounerowe, within the precinct of the king's hundred of Blofeld, to view a corpse and execute his office as coroner of the county, Geoffrey Kemp, John le Graunt and Robert de Lopham, bailiffs of Norwich, Roger de Morlee, Robert de Hegham, Peter de Bumstede, John Gerard, Richard Springald, Edmund le Sherer, William But, Gilbert de Erlham, William Sandy, Robert Benedicite, Thomas Sparwe and John le Blekestere, with others, assaulted him and other king's ministers whom he had summoned on the case, beat him and them, snatched the rolls of the crown from his hands and tore and trampled them, and prevented him from exercising his office.

July 28. Strathdighty. (Stratheghyn.)

The like to Thomas de Multon, Adam de Crokedayk and John de Hudleston, touching vagabonds in the county of Cumberland.

MEMBRANE 15d.

Aug. 28. Aberdeen.

The like to William de Ormesby and Reginald le Gros, on complaint by Ralph Dubbel, touching the persons who, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under the king's protection, carried away his goods at Ersham, co. Norfolk. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 14d.

Aug. 23. Aberdeen.

Commission to Roger son of Thomas and William de Wodehuse to enquire touching vagabonds in the county of York, and the sheriff is to arrest those whom they find guilty and keep them in custody until further order.

Aug. 14. Brechin.

Association of Henry de Sutton in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Roger Brabazon and Peter Mallore, touching a trespass against the king and Peter Brond of Wedon by the abbot of Bec Hellouin, the prior of Okeburn and William de Hardene, the abbot's bailiff. By the Chancellor for God.

The like of the same with the same, touching a trespass by the same against the following:—

Simon son of Gymer Wyth of Wedon.

Peter Lecard of Wedon.

Emma, late the wife of William le Carter of Wedon.

Ralph Bernard of Wedon.

Simon son of Master Geoffrey de Wedon.

Aug. 28. [Aberdeen.]

Commission to Robert de Eccleshale and Robert de Waddesley, touching vagabonds in the county of York: and the sheriff is to arrest those whom they find guilty and keep them in custody until further order.

MEMBRANE 13d.

Oct. 20. Dundee.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spygurnel and Walter de Gloucestre touching the persons who entered the parks of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, at Havering, Relegh and Stok Neyland, co. Essex, and her free chace at Asshedune, co. Sussex, hunted therein and carried away deer. By C.

MEMBRANE 12d.

[Sept. 20. Kinloss.]

The like to William de Bereford, Roger de Hegham and Peter Malorre, touching the persons who lately killed Robert de Rothewell at Rothewell, co. Lincoln. By C.

Oct. 10. Kinloss.

The like to Roger Brabazon, William de Bereford, Roger de Hegham, Ralph de Sandwico and Walter de Gloucestre, on petition by the following persons that they are falsely indicted of the breaking of the treasury at Westminster and of the carrying away of the treasure to the value of 100,000l., for which they are in custody in the prison of the Tower of London, to wit:—

Walter, abbot of Westminster.

The following monks of that house :—

Alexander de Pershore.

Roger de Bures.

Ralph de Morton.

Thomas de Dene.

Adam de Warefeld.

John de Butterle.

John de Nottele.

Robert de Cherring.

John de Salop[ia].

Thomas de Lichefeld.

Simon de Henle.

Walter de Arkesden.

William de Chalk.

Robert de Bures.

Richard de Sudbury.

Henry atte Bye.

Adam de Lalham.

John de Lond[on].

John de Wytteneye.

Robert de Middelton.

Richard de Culeworth.

Roger de Aldenham.

John de Wanetinge.

William de Breybroke.

Robert de Bedyng.

Peter de la Croiz.

Henry Payn.

Henry de Bircheston.

Philip de Sutton.

Guy de Asshewelle.

William de Kertlinton.

Thomas de Woburne.

William de Glaston[ia].

John de Wigorn[ia].

Robert Beby.

William de Almaly.

John de Ringstede.

William de Huntyngdon.

Laurence de Beamflet.

Alexander de Neuport.

Jordan de Wrotting.

Reginald de Haldham.

Raymond de Wenlok.

Richard de Waltham.

Richard de Fauelore.

Henry del Temple.

Henry de Wanetinge.

John de Wenlok.

Also the following :—

Gerinus de Sancto Egidio.

Roger de Presthope.

Walter de Echeleford.

Roger de Wenlok.

Hamo de Wenlok.

Adam le Skynnere.

John Sharpe.

Richard Smart.

John de Sancto Albano.

John de Linton.

John de Lalham.

Henry le Keu.

Richard de Weston.

Richard le Brazur.

Thomas de Knyghtebrigge.

Geoffrey del Celer.

Ralph de Ditton.

Ralph de Huntindon.

John de Sudbury.

Richard de Hurle.

Joceus de Cornub[ia].

Geoffrey de Kanc[ia].

John de Oxon[ia].

Bichard del Ewe.

John le Bracyn.

John de Beamflet.

Robert le Porter.

Peter le Mouner.

Roger le Orfevre.

Robert Bolthod.

Maurice Morel.

Godinus de Lomhith. By p.s. [Fœdera.]

Oct. 10. Kinloss.

The like to Roger Brabazoun, Roger de Suthote and William Wygeyn, on complaint by Thomas de Curzun, that John Spygurnel, William de Pulteneye, Alan ate Welle, Richard le Scriveyn of Wodeford and Ralph de Hampton and others broke some of his houses at Middelcotes by Raundes, co. Northampton, burned others there, carried away his goods, and drove away his beasts thence to places unknown.

Oct. 10. Kinloss.

Association of Robert de Hakebeche, in the room of William de Estden (who is engaged on the affairs of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort) with James de Beauveys, Robert Hereward and Hugh, vicar of the church of Elme, in a commission de walliis et fossatis for the sea coast and parts adjacent of the county of Cambridge.

MEMBRANE 11d.

Oct. 4. Kinloss.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Hegham and William Haward, on complaint by William le Taillur that Robert Stute, William son of William, William Brunyng, William de Kyrkeby, William Scayl, William in the Hyrn, Geoffrey le Baker, William de Nesse, Nicholas le Newecomen, John son of Gilbert, Richard Greval, William Condut, Thomas son of Laurence, Thomas Geldyng, William de Duuethwayt, Richard Leysing, Richard Scot, John Ferthyng, Thomas Geldepok, Richard Campyun, Alan Daget, brother Roger de Duuethwayt, Stephen le Rede and Elena his wife, John de Gillesmore, William de Lelham, chaplain, and Roger le Pynder of Holm, assaulted him at Kirkebymoresheved, co. York, lately when the king sent him with other servants of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, to make purveyances for the queen in that county. By C.

The like to the same touching a like trespass by the above-mentioned persons against:—

Thomas Pycard.

Robert de Wyndesore.

Thomas Sweteman.

Peter de Hertwell.

Richard le Fysher.

Oct. 17. Dundee.

The like to William Haward and Henry de Baiocis, touching an appeal which John son of Nicholas le Graunger of Lincoln brings before the justices of the Bench against Stephen de Wegeland, Thomas le Convers, Robert de Gunneby, Thomas son of Robert de Pereres, Walter le Dene, Ralph le Palefreyman, Master Thomas de Perers, Henry le Chapeleyn and John de Burton, chaplain, for the death of his father. Master Thomas de Perers is so old and decrepit that he cannot personally appear before the justices of the Bench, and in consideration of a fine made by him at the Exchequer, this appeal is to be tried in the county of Lincoln where the man was killed. By C.

Oct. 20. Dundee.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to Ralph de Sandwico, John Abel and John le Blund on both sides the Thames in the counties of Surrey, Kent, Essex and Middlesex, from the Tower of London to Thurrok. By C.

Oct. 17. Dundee.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Haward, William de Ormesby and Lambert de Thrykingham, on complaint by the abbot of Thorneye, touching the persons who broke the close of his manor of Yakesleye, co. Huntington, and in his close and warren there and at Stannegrund, co. Huntingdon, hunted and carried away hares and rabbits, broke his pound at Wodeston, co. Huntingdon, in which he had impounded a horse found doing damage at Wodeston, and led the horse away, and by night raised a dyke across the highway at Eye by Paston, co. Northampton, which leads from the town of Peterborough and the parts of Staunford to the abbey of Thorneye, which is surrounded by marshes and the fresh water gravitating there, and which the abbot and his predecessors have been wont to use for carrying corn from their manors and for bringing in purveyances for their maintenance. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 10d.

1303. Oct. 20. Dundee.

Commission to Henry Tregoz and William Paynel to enquire touching vagabonds in the county of Sussex ; and the sheriff is to arrest and keep in safe custody those whom they find guilty.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to Roger le Brabazoun, William de Berford, Roger de Hegham and Stephen de Gravesende, with respect to the causey in the high road between Stratford ate Boghe and Hamme Stratford and the dilapidated bridges there : the jury to be of the counties of Middlesex and Essex.

Oct. 23. Scone.

Commission to Walter de Aylesbury and Nicholas de Spershet to make an extent by jury of the county of Oxford of the following lands, &c., of which Margaret, late the wife of Edmund, sometime earl of Cornwall, the king's kinsman, who held in chief, prays before the justices of the Bench to have the third part as dower, to wit:—

Against Edmund son of Richard de Cornubia, a third of two parts of the manor of Esthall with the advowson of the church.

Against Joan, late the wife of the said Richard, a third of a third part of the said manor and advowson.

Against the abbot of Rewley by Oxford, a third of the manor of Erdyngton, a third of 40 messuages, 15 tofts, 1 carucate and 20 virgates of land and 30s. rent in Wylauston ; a third of 60s. rent in Stoke Talemache ; a third of the site of the abbey of Northoseneye ; a third of 100 acres of land, 50 acres of meadow, 25s. 2½d. rent and of the franchise of frank-pledge in Northoseneye ; a third of 2,000 acres of wood in Nettlebed and Bensigton.

Against Bartholomew de Kancia, a third of the manor of Halughton.

Against Walter de Aylesbury, a third of a messuage and 3 carucates of land in Roulesham, Barton and Ludewell; a third of a knight's fee in the said towns, of the advowson of the church of Roulesham, and of the profit of the view of frank-pledge in Roulesham.

Against the rector of Assherugge, a third of the manors of Cestreton and Aumbresden and of the advowsons of the churches thereof.

Against Roger de Merlawe, dean of the chapel of St. Nicholas, Walingford castle, a third of 40l. rent in Wareburewe and Shelbrigford, co. Oxford.

And they are to return the extents into the Chancery within a week after next Hilary.

MEMBRANE 9d.

Sept. 21. Kinloss.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Inge, John Randolf and Roger de Suthcote, on complaint by Hugh de Croft, touching the person who while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection depastured with their beasts the shoots of his ceduous wood at Croft, co. Hertford. By p.s.

Nov. 6. Dunfermline.

The like to Roger de Hegham, William Haward and Ralph de Sandwyco, on complaint by Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, touching the persons who, notwithstanding the king's ordinance for the preservation of the peace during his absence in Scotland, by night invaded the archbishop's dwelling place at Canterbury while he was in it, cut to pieces and broke the gates, assaulted his servants and ministers, carried away his goods, and took Richard Christian, the archbishop's dean of Osprenge, whom he had sent to Sellingges, co. Kent, to make certain citations and do other things that were incumbent upon him by reason of his spiritual office, threw him into filthy mud, and with his face turned to his horse's tail, holding the tail in his hand instead of the bridle, compelled him to ride through the middle of the town of Sellinges, afterwards cut off the tail of his said horse and its ears, and prevented him from exercising the office committed to him by the archbishop. By fine made at the Exchequer.

Vacated because otherwise below.

Nov. 6. Dunfermline.

The like in the same words as above, with the addition, after the word 'bridle,' "led him with songs and dances through the middle of the town of Sellinges, and afterwards cut off the tail, ears and lips of his horse, and threw him into filthy mud, and prevented him from exercising the office committed to him by the archbishop." By fine made at the Exchequer.

The like to William de Ormesby and John le Bretun, on complaint by Thomas Charles that Walter Sharpe of Esham, Robert S[tona]ldham of Esham, John de Assholte of Fresingfeld and Agnes daughter of Walter Sharpe, assaulted him at Esham, co. Suffolk, and broke his left arm. By p.s.

Nov. 6. Dunfermline.

Association of William de Bereford with William Haward, William de Ormesby and Lambert de Thrikingham, in a commission of oyer and terminer touching the abbot of Thorneye's close of Yakesle, co. Huntingdon, and elsewhere, as above.

Nov. [15], Kinloss.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger Brabazon, William de Bereford, Roger de Hegham, Ralph de Sandwico and Walter de Gloucestre, by jury of the city of London and the counties of Middlesex and Surrey, touching the persons who by night broke the king's treasury at Westminster and carried away the treasure there to the value of 100,000l.

MEMBRANE 8d.

Nov. 1. Cambuskenneth.

Commission to Master Richard de Havering, escheator this side Trent, and Richard Oysel, bailiff of Holdernesse, to compensate the persons [as set forth in Pat. Roll, 28 Edward I. Membrane 10] whose lands were enclosed in the park of Tottele, and who by reason of the deaths of John de Lythegreynes and Thomas de Normanville, heretofore commissioned to do so, have not yet been compensated. [Robert Albi is here called Robert Abby.] By C.

MEMBRANE 7d.

Dec. 4. Dunfermline.

Association of William de Bereford and Roger de Hegham, alternatively in the room of William Inge, who is staying with the king in Scotland, with John de Havering and Walter de Beysin, in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter, on complaint by Isabella Borry that Richard Stury, William Vagham, John Gamel, Thomas Colle, Thomas his son, John Russel, John his son, William de Upton, Richard de Besford, Alan Clement, Nicholas Ive, Roger son of William Pryde, John Vyleyn, Alan Hagerwas, Roger de Shupene, William le Galeys, William Bernard, Henry le Taylur, Oliver le Taylur, Roger le Taylur, Hugh le Taylur, Thomas Pypard, Hugh Andreu, John Bernard, Richard de Colnham, Clement Ive, Richard Shute, Nicholas his brother, John de Ellesmere, William his brother, Richard le Mercer of Wemme, Richard Surhale, Geoffrey Dugin, Robert le Specer, Simon Colle, William son of William de Nesse, Roger Ive, Hugh Crowe, Richard Colle, Roger le Vyleyn, John Bardewyn, Geoffrey Godepeny, Nicholas Bouel, Richard Naterel, William de Betton, Richard le Barber, William son of Richard le Parmenter William de Ludelawe, William le Parmenter sub Wile, John le Barber sub Wyle, David de Colnham, Roger de Upton, Richard del Bakhus, Hugh de Pycheford, William le Serjaunt, Henry le Serjaunt, William le Parmuntere, Richard de Cantelop, Richard Sullelond, William Charite, John de Monteforti, Roger Haukyn, William de Hayton, William Prynce, Thomas de Bykedon, Nicholas Botte, William Male, R[anulph] le Carpenter, John Botte, John Low, Walter de Burton, R[anulph] le Sherere, and John son of Henry Kylot and others invaded her dwelling place at Shrewsbury and broke the gates and houses thereof, carried away her goods, assaulted her servants and maimed some of them; the jury to be of the county of Salop. By C.