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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 29d.

1303. Nov. 23. Dunfermline.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger le Brabazun and Richard de Burgham touching the narrowing of the waterway of the Trente, which ought to be a perch wide on each side of the centre, by William de Colewyk and his ancestors at Ovre Colewyk, whereby persons navigating the stream with goods are prevented from going to the castle and town of Nottingham, and the king's purveyances from those parts for Scotland are impeded. By K. & C.

Nov. 24. Dunfermline.

The like to William de Bereford, William Wyther and Walter de Bathonia, by jury of the counties of Derby, Stafford, Leicester, Warwick and Wilts, touching the persons who entered the free chace and parks of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, the king's nephew, at Duffeld, co. Derby, his free chace of Nedwode and his parks at Tuttebury, Rolleston, Barton, Yoxhale, Adgereslee, Uttokeshather and Hambury, co. Stafford, his free chace at Leycestre and parks at Leycestre and Dersford, co. Leicester, his free chace at Kenylworth and park there, co. Warwick, his park at Everlee, co. Wilts, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

Nov. 25. Dunfermline.

The like to John de Haveryng, William Inge and Walter de Beyssin, on complaint by Isabella Borry that Richard Stury, William Waghhan, John Gamel, Thomas Colle, Thomas his son, John Russel, John his son, William de Upton, Richard de Besford, Alan Clement, Nicholas Yve, Roger son of William Pride, John le Vileyn, Alan Hagrewas, Roger de [Shupene], William le Galeys, William Bernard, Henry le Taylur, Clement le Taylur, Roger le Taylur, Hugh le Taylur, Thomas Picard, Hugh Andreu, John Bernard, Richard de Colham, Clement Yve, Richard Shitte, Nicholas his brother, John de Ellesmere, William his brother, Richard le Mercer of Wemme, Richard Surale, Geoffrey Dugyn, Robert Lespicer, Simon Colle, William son of William de Nesse, Roger Yve, Hugh Crowe, Richard Colle, Roger le Vilayn, John Baldewyn, Geoffrey Gudpeny, Nicholas Bouel, Richard Naterel, William de Betton, Richard le Barbur, William son of Richard le Parmenter, William de Ludelawe, William le Parmenter, sub Wyle, John le Barber, sub Wyle, David de Colnham, Roger de Hupton, Richard del Bakhous, Hugh de Picheford, William le Serjaunt, Henry le Serjaunt, William le Parmenter, Richard de Cantelop, Richard Sulle [alias Sullelond] of London, William Charite, John de Monteforti, Roger Haukyn, William de Houton [alias Hauton], William Prince, Thomas de Bykedon, Nicholas Botte, William Male, Ranulph le Charpenter, John Botte, John Lauwe, Walter de Burton, Ranulph le Scherere, John son of Henry Kilot, and others invaded her dwelling-place at Shrewsbury, broke her gates and houses there, carried away her goods, and beat and maimed her servants. By p.s.

Nov. 26. Dunfermline.

The like to John de Batesford and Roger de Suthcote touching the persons who entered the park of Thomas, bishop of Exeter, at Farndon, co. Southampton, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

The like to the same touching like trespasses in his park at Cryditon co. Devon. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 28d.

Nov. 23. Dunfermline.

The like to John de Havering and William de Sutton touching the persons who killed Yevan ap Meiler, Porchor de Crukeyth, man of Roger de Mortuo Mari, Yevan ap David ap Yarvorth, man of John Lestrange, Yarvorth ap Yevan of Crukeyth, David ap Yarvorth ap Madok of Blodewalle, Madoc ap Gronou Voyl of Swyneye, Yevan ap Gronou Voil and Gurgenou ap Eynon of Swyneye, men of Edmund de Arundel, of the land of Oswaldestre, at Felton by le Knokyn in the march of Wales, within the liberty of the said John Lestrange of Knokyn, which is on the confines of the counties of Salop and Meyronyth, and of the liberties of Edward, prince of Wales, of Overton and of Fulk son of Warin of Swetinton (sic), the sheriffs of the said counties and bailiffs of the said liberties, are to provide a jury. By p.s.

Nov. 25. Dunfermline.

Association of John de Northwode the elder with Robert de Burgherssh and Henry de Cobham the younger, to enquire touching vagabonds in the counties of Kent and Sussex.

Nov. 30. Dunfermline.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford and John Randolf touching a complaint by the commonalty of the town of Shrewsbury that Isabella Borrey, Robert de Bukenhale [alias Bukenle] Simon de Leyburne, Thomas de Roshale, Simon Borrey, parson of the church of Muddle, John Borrey, John Robert, Robert his son, John Kylot, Richard Buk, William Pride, Roger son of Alan Pryde, Hugh son of Robert de Roshale, Roger de Long, Hugh Gregory, John Beget, William son of Thomas Glunt, Thomas le Cursed, Hugh son of Robert Dunnowe, Alexander his brother, Henry son of William Charite, Hugh Lewe, Adam Jonesman Kylot, William Wodenot, Peter Gentil and others, conspired together by bonds and oaths and lately besieged the said town, and afterwards entered it and assaulted William Waghan, John Gamel and John Lawe, bailiffs thereof elected by the commonalty, and sworn to keep the peace therein and to do other things that belong to that bailiwick, and also others, beat them and took away their wands which they bore in sign of their bailiwick, and removed them therefrom, and preferred others to be bailiffs without election, and intimidated the men of that commonalty from trading in the town or outside. By the treasurer and by fine made at the Exchequer before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Nov. 10. Kinloss.

The like 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 treasury at Westminster and carried away the king's treasure to the value of 100,000l.

Vacated because on the Patent Roll, 31 Edward I.

Dec. 15. Dunfermline.

The like to William de Bereford and John de Digeby touching the persons who entered the park of John de Segrave at Stotesden, co. Salop, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

Dec. 4. Dunfermline.

Association of William de Bereford and Roger de Hegham, or one of them, in the room of William Inge, who is staying with the king in Scotland, in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to John de Havering, William Inge and Walter de Beysin, touching a complaint by Isabella Borrey as above. By C.

1304. Jan. 5. Dunfermline.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Adam de Crok[edaik] and Henry de Kygheley touching an appeal which Agnes late the wife of Robert atte Brigge brings in the county of York against Richard de Wolston, Robert de Radeclyve, William his brother, Thomas de Hoppewode, John his brother, William le fiz Geoffrey de Chadreton, John his brother, Richard de Chedl, Hugh de Kylehoz, John le fiz Adam de Levere and William le Fauconer, touching the death of her husband. By p.s. at the instance of Thomas, earl of Lancaster.

MEMBRANE 27d.

Jan. 5. Dunfermline.

Association of William de Bereford in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to John de Havering and William de Sutton touching the persons who killed divers Welshmen at Felton by Knokyn. By C.

Jan. 10. Dunfermline.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger Brabazon, Henry Spigurnel and John le Breton touching an appeal which Joan, late the wife of Roger le Gras, brings in the county of Essex against Richard son of John de Herun the younger, John son of John de Herun, John Poket, Nicholas de Cauntelou, Geoffrey Sabrigh and John de Herun, knight, for the death of her husband. By the treasurer.

Jan. 5. Dunfermline.

Association of William Trussel on a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William de Bereford and John Randolf touching a complaint by the commonalty of the town of Shrewsbury.

Jan. 26. Dunfermline.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Haward and Ranulph de Freskeney touching the persons who assaulted Philip de Arcy at Colby by Halton on Humber, co. Lincoln, and carried away his goods and his seal. By fine of 100s. made before the treasurer.

Jan. 12. Dunfermline.

The like to Robert de Burghesh and John de Northwode touching vagabonds in the counties of Kent and Sussex. By C. because it was sealed at another time under the name of Henry de Cobeham.

MEMBRANE 26d.

Jan. 26. Dunfermline.

The like to Roger Brabazun and Hugh Wake, on the petition of the prisoner, touching the breaking of the chests and presses of Hugh, parson of a third part of the church of Clypston, co. Northampton, and the burning thereof, as also of the said Hugh's houses, corn, hay and other goods there by night by Robert son of Adam Clypston, in custody in the gaol of Northampton Castle on that charge. By the Chancellor, at the instance of William de Thorntoft, clerk, instead of a fine of 100s.

Jan. 11. Dunfermline.

The like to John le Breton and Richard de Walsingham touching the arrest and release of Geoffrey de Titleshale, who was arrested and imprisoned at Lenn, co. Norfolk, by John le Colton, John Aubyn and Simon de Lecton, bailiffs of Ralph, late bishop of Norwich, at Lenn with the king's dishes and salts of silver stolen by him at Dunde and elsewhere in Scotland, and who was permitted by them of their own authority to go from prison. By p.s.

April 17. Culross.

Afterwards William de Ormesby was associated with them.

Jan. 20. Dunfermline.

The like to John de Insula and Thomas de Fissheburn touching the persons who entered the king's free chace of Knaresburgh, co. York, and his parks there, hunted therein and carried away deer. By C.

The like to William de Carleton and John Bacun, on complaint by William de Mareschal, touching the rescue of some beasts which he caused to be impounded at Geyst, co. Norfolk, by Ralph le Serjaunt, Robert le Heyward and Warin de Honyngham, his servants. By p.s.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

Association of Peter Malorre in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William Haward and Ranulph de Friskenay [above, Mem. 27d.]

MEMBRANE 25d.

Jan. 20. Dunfermline.

Commission to John de Kyrkeby, Adam de Crokedayk and James de Dalilegh, with respect to the allegation by John, bishop of Carlisle, to whom the king committed the custody, during pleasure, of the castle and demesnes of Carlisle with the meadows, rents and other appurtenances, at a yearly rent at the Exchequer of 55l. 2s. 11d., that the herbage in the meadows during the time of his custody was worth 17l. a year, and was depastured by the horses of Edward, prince of Wales, the king's son, and of others in his company coming to Scotland, and of those who were staying there for the custody of the march, and that the houses of the tenants of the castle were burned by the coming of the Scots into that march; so that the bishop could not levy the said farm and answer for it at the Exchequer. By pet. of C.

Jan. 24. Dunfermline.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford, Guichard de Charron, Hugh de Louther and Nicholas de Warrewyk, on complaint by Robert de Cleseby that Richard de Hudleston and Joan his wife, William de Gerford, John son of Richard de Hudleston, James le Sumeter, Ralph le Carpenter, Richard le Keu, Adam de Fenton, Adam le Palefrayman, Henry del Chirche, William Frere, John son of William de Caldewelle, John de Middelham, Roger Cokerel, Thomas son of Hugh and William de Neusum aud others, assaulted him at Bereford on Teyse, co. York, and cut down and carried away trees in his wood there. By p.s.

Jan. 26. Dunfermline.

The like to Ralph de Sandwyco and Henry Spygurnel, on complaint by John atte Felde, man and tenant of Henry, prior of Bermundeseye of the manor of Waddon, which is ancient demesne, that whereas the king had commanded the prior not to exact other customs from him than those which his predecessors, tenants of that manor, were accustomed to perform when that manor was in the hands of the king's progenitors, the kings of England, the prior, and brothers Bartholomew de la Douse, Peter Pelryn, John de Breymes, and Geoffrey de Sumersete, by night despoiled him of his goods and chattels to the value of 100s. at Waddon, co. Surrey.

At another time it was sealed by a fine of 100s.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

The like to William Haward and John le Bricim (sic) touching Geoffrey Kempe, John Graunt, John Gerard, Robert Topyn and Robert de Lepham of Norwich, and others of Norwich, who lately assaulted Roger de Hales, coroner of the county of Norfolk, while executing his office on a body in a place called 'Tomelond Ratoumerawe,' within the precinct of the hundred of Bloufeld, found dead by misadventure; assaulted Richard de Hakeford, bailiff of that hundred, while executing his office before the said coroner, as he had been accustomed to do before other foreign coroners of that county and before justices in eyre in that county for like cases in that place; assaulted other men of that hundred who were present by summons of the bailiff at the mandate of the coroner : beat some of them and snatched the coroner's rolls out of his hands and trampled them and prevented him and the bailiff from executing their office, as above.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

The like to Robert de Burghersh, keeper of the Cinque Ports, and John de Northwode, on complaint by John de Lysto, citizen and merchant of Bayonne, that he and other fellow citizens and merchants of that town laded in Flanders a ship of the said John called le Halop of St. John of Bayonne, and two other ships of Bayonne with cloths and other goods to take to Bayonne by some merchants and mariners of theirs, and being driven towards the parts of Romenhale, the said halop was cast whole on dry land near Romenhale, co. Kent, within the liberty of the Cinque Ports, and the other two were wrecked there; whereupon some malefactors of Romenhale and the parts adjacent assaulted John de Carrere, master of the said ship, and the merchants and mariners in her, and other merchants and mariners who escaped alive from the wrecked vessels, and broke the ship and chests in her and carried away the cloths and other goods in her, and other goods and merchandise from the wrecked ships which were cast on the shore to the value of 10,000l. They are to enquire into whose hands the said cloth and goods came, whether the men in the said ships escaped alive, whereby any part of the goods could not be said to be wreck, and to make full restitution for the said goods and for the damage sustained by the said merchants. By C.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Commission to Luke Tayleboys and John de Vallibus to enquire touching the default of the repair of the bridge of Corbrigge, co. Northumberland, which is so broken down that men wishing to cross it have been drowned, although the men of the town have collected and received divers sums of money as well from rents assigned to the bridge as from alms collected for its repair, which they are said to have converted to their own profit in carrying on trade. They are to enquire what sums were collected and received from the said rents from the 20th year to the present date, and what from alms; into whose hands they came; how much was spent on the repair of the bridge; and how much remained over. If they find the persons into whose hands the money came to have been negligent, they are to compel them to deliver the said remainder to two or three other men of the town or the parts adjacent, for whom the commissioners are willing to answer, to be applied to the repair of the bridge. They are to certify the king hereof wherever he may be, on the morrow of the Ascension.

MEMBRANE 24d.

Feb. 21. Dunfermline.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford, William Trussel and Nicholas de Warrewyk, in the room of John de Havering, William Inge and Walter de Beysyn, touching a complaint by Isabella Borrey of the invasion of her dwelling-place at Shrewsbury. By p.s. [See p. 270].

The like to the same touching the persons who killed William Gogh at Shrewsbury. John de Havering and Walter de Beysyn were lately to make an inquisition hereon and returned the same into the Chancery, with the names of the guilty, but as it appears that the making and return of the said inquisition is to the prejudice of the liberty of the town of Shrewsbury the present commission is issued, and at the request of the burgesses the inquisition is to be made again. By p.s.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

The like to Ralph de Sandwico and Henry Spygurnel, on complaint by Richard Brutel of Waddon that Henry, prior of Bermundeseye, and others carried away his goods at Waddon, co. Surrey. By the Chancellor because he made a fine at another time.

The like to the same touching the said prior and others who broke the houses of the following persons at Waddon and carried away their goods; each entry being followed by the note, "By the Chancellor because he made fine at another time" :—

Ralph de Stibbing, all of Waddon
William Attefeld,
Geoffrey Priur,
John Attefeld,
Thomas Roger,
Robert le Wylde,

March 4. Dunfermline.

The like to Roger de Hegham, William Haward and Ralph de Sandwico, touching the persons who by night invaded the dwelling-place of Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, at Canterbury, cut to pieces and broke his gates, assaulted his servants and carried away his goods, took Richard Cristien, dean of Ospringe at Sellinges, co. Kent, when he was there by the archbishop to make citations and do other things pertaining to his spiritual office, put him on his horse with his face to the tail and inhumanly compelled him to hold the tail and ride, with songs and dances, through that town, and afterwards cut off the tail, ears and lips of his horse, cast the dean into a filthy place, carried away writings, muniments and some privileges of the archbishop in his custody, and prevented him from executing his office.

Renewed because at another time it was sealed by fine made at the Exchequer.

Feb. 13. Dunfermline.

The like to Hervey de Staunton, Roger de Suthcote, John de Foxle and Roger de Bella Fago, on complaint by Adam de Kereseye, sub-eseheator in the county of Berks, that Walter le Pouere, Richard de Rucote, John Terry, Richard de la Sale of Cumenore, Hugh de Hertwell, Ed[mund] his brother, Robert le Fraunceys of Milton, Gregory le Harpur, Robert le Blower, Robert de Maneriis and Stephen de Couele, entered his houses at Bayworth while he was in Scotland and under the king's protection, broke his chests there and carried away charters, bonds, acquittances, tallies, rolls and muniments touching the office of the escheatry found there and at Sunnyngwell, co. Berks. By p.s.

The like to the same, on complaint by the said Adam that Walter le Poure, Richard de Rucote, John Terry, Richard de la Sale, Richard de Shepene, John Richardesprentiz, John de Stivinton, John le Mareschal of Abindon, and John le Peyntur of Abyndon assaulted him at Abyndon, co. Berks. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 23d.

March 6. Durie.

The like to William de Ormesby and Hugh de Elaund touching the taking of goods, distraints and extortions by Thomas Legger of Baunburgh, of the king's men and tenants of the manor of Baunbergh, co. Northumberland, which is ancient demesne. By p.s. and it was sealed at another time.

Feb. 25. Dunfermline.

The like to John le Bretun and Richard de Walsingham touching the persons who assaulted Robert Russel, William Cokerel, Roger Thunder, Edward Copping, Roger Copping, William le Rede of Stapelford, Geoffrey le Vicayre, Martin de Langham, Robert Russel, Raymond Displan[s], Robert de Reymerston, Ralph Primme, Richard Lomb, Nicholas de Pulham, Adam Scot, Richard de Bukenham, Margaret Bisshop, Robert Lyghfot, Geoffrey de Gerweston, Richard de Pulham, Alice de Bungeye, Thomas de Pulham, William Danyas, Reginald de Pulham, Henry Smaleghe, Alice de Framesdene and Alice her daughter, at Norwich, Gernemuth, Hervelston, Lenn, Babbingele, Rysinge and Wotton, co. Norfolk, and carried away their goods. By p.s.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

The like to the same touching the persons who killed Richard de Eye, Thomas Russel, Thomas de Thornham, Alexander Locun and Gilbert Balky at Lenn and Wotton, co. Norfolk. By p.s.

The like to the same touching the persons who carried away charters and muniments of Matthew de Scaccario at Flixton, co. Suffolk.

The like to the same touching the persons who killed Richard de Asshenhagh, William Mapeleneheved, John Prik and Richard de Saxham at Suth Elmham, the town of St. Edmunds, Mendham and Saxham, co. Suffolk. By p.s.

Feb. 25. Dunfermline.

The like to the same touching the persons who killed Robert de Roydon, Henry le Wendlesworth, Richard de Wyght, William Grimbald and William Wade at London. By p.s.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline,

The like to the same touching the persons who assaulted John de Ely at Suthwerk, co. Surrey. By p.s.

Feb. 25. Dunfermline.

The like to the same touching the persons who imprisoned Odin de Beverlaco, William le Sutherne and Matilda his wife, William Tullemunde and Richard le Taillur at York. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 22d.

The like to the same touching the persons who assaulted Nicholas de Asshewell, Robert le Bret, William Horn, Matthew de Scaccario, William de Stratford, Peter de Litlebyry, Gilbert de Balliolo, John de Sevenok, Robert de Chesewyk, John de Brokesheved, William Boydyn, Ralph Hardel, Robert de Cunyers, William de Luda, Henry le Barber, Henry de Gloucestre, Martin Dunyun, Henry de Biskele, Henry de Henham, William de Sancto Neoto, Jordan de Burgate, John Russel, William Maheu, William de Essex, Alban de Pekham, William Pykeman, Adam Scot, Robert Priur, John de Ely, Walter de Bodenham, William de Redynges, Ralph de Lafford, John de Lewes, and Gilbert le Engleys at London. By p.s.

April 7. Drumkaragh.

The like to Hervey de Staunton and Roger de Suthcote touching the persons who entered the park of Thomas, bishop of Exeter, at Farndon, co. Southampton, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

The like to the same touching the persons who entered the said bishop's park at Cridyton, co. Devon. By p.s.

April 2. St. Andrews.

The like to Thomas de Burnham, John de Heselarton and John de Nevill touching the persons who killed Peter de Lund at Pathorn, co. York. By p.s.

April 8. St. Ford.

Commission to Thomas de Warblinton and Hugh de Chigenhull to enquire by jury of the county of Southampton and of the Isle of Wight and parts adjacent, touching a statement by William Russel, keeper of the manor of Sweyneston, Isle of Wight, that he caused a vessel called la Mariote of Portesmuth, to be laden with 450 quarters 5 bushels of corn of divers kinds from the king's manors in that island to be taken to Berwick-on-Tweed, and the vessel was wrecked off the Isle of Wight, whereby a great part sank and the rest was cast on shore. He prays to be discharged of the amount sunk, and they are therefore to enquire what quantity of every kind of corn he caused to be put in the vessel, how much was sunk, and how much saved, and how much came to the hands of the said William or others, and of what value. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

April 9. Durie.

Commission de walliis, &c. to William de Echingham, Robert de Passeleye and Henry Wardedeu in the room of Robert de Septem Vannis, William de Hastyng and Robert Paulyn, who are infirm, along the sea coast and parts adjacent of the county of Sussex. By C.

April 14. Inverkeithing.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph de Sandwyco and William de Dene, on complaint by Edmund de Crek, master of the hospital of St. John, Sedeburghbrok, that Ralph de Stanle, Edith de Caule, Robert de Alfleton, William de Coringham, James Gubiun and others broke his doors, windows and houses at Sedeburghbrok, co. Essex, and carried away bis goods. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 21d.

1304. April 8. St, Ford,

The like to William de Ormesby, Henry Spigurnel and Robert Hereward touching the persons who broke the park of J. bishop of Norwich at Thornheg, co. Norfolk, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

April 13. Inverkeithing.

The like to William de Bereford and William Trussel touching the persons who killed John de la Dolyne, steward of Amadeus, count of Savoy, the king's kinsman, at Aldithelegh, co. Stafford. By p.s.

Association of William Haward in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Ralph de Sandwyco and Henry Spigurnel touching the persons who with Henry, prior of Bermundeseye, committed trespasses against Richard Brutel of Waddon, Thomas Roger and others at Waddon [see Mem. 24d].

May 1. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John Abel and Henry de Gildeford, on complaint by Robert de Stokes, parson of the church of Wittele, that Richard Cole of Mushulle carried away 3 rolls, 100 tallies and divers memoranda whereby the latter rendered his account to the said Robert for the time that he was his bailiff in Wittele, co. Surrey, and carried away the goods of the said Robert. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 20d.

May 8. Stirling,

Commission de walliis, &c. to Thomas de Burnham, William de Huk and Thomas de Fissheburne along both banks of the Ouse between the towns of Cawod and Brungeflete, co. York.

MEMBRANE 19d.

May 20. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John Biroun and Henry de Kygheley touching an appeal which Adam son of Simon de Aspenwalle brings in the county of Lancaster against Gilbert de Halsale, Master Adam de Worthington, Alan le Bretun, Robert Blundel, Alan son of Gilbert, and William le Carpenter for the death of Henry son of Simon de Aspenwall his brother. By fine made at the Exchequer.

May 28. Stirling.

The like to Hervey de Staunton and Roger de Suthc[ote] touching the persons who broke the park of Eleanor, late the wife of Hugh de Curtenay, at Chilmeleye, co. Devon, hunted therein and carried away deer.

Vacated because surrendered and otherwise in the 33rd year.

MEMBRANE 18d.

May 10. Stirling.

The like to Richard de Walsingham and John de Nevill touching the persons who, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, entered the parks of John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, at Haytfeld, Wakefeld and Sandale and his chaces and free warrens there and at Thorn, Fyshelake, Staynford, Sourby, Langefeld, Holmfrith and Conyngesburgh, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares and partridges, fished in his stews and free fisheries of Thorn, Haytfeld and Sandale and carried away fish. By p.s.

June 6. Stirling

Commission to William le Vavassur, Gerard Salveyn and John de Barton of Friton to enquire touching vagabonds in the county of York, and to cause the guilty to be arrested by the sheriff.

June 24. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Peter Malorre and Thomas de Burnham, on complaint by the abbot of Revesby that Joan, late the wife of Robert de Dryby, Simon son of Robert de Dryby and John his brother and others broke his park at Tumby, co. Lincoln, hunted therein and carried away deer, depastured his mast there with swine, overturned his carts carrying necessaries, and led away the horses in them, entered his free warren at Folesby and hunted therein and carried away hares. By fine of 10 marks made at the Exchequer.

June 23. Stirling.

The like to William de Bereford and Henry Spygurnel, on complaint by Richard de Purlee, parson of the church of Eyworth, that John de Boweles of Wardon, John le Joevene of Eyworth, John le Gorz of Dunton, Richard le Fraunkeleyn of Suthyevele, Henry Elys of Estwyk, Walter his brother, Richard le Cupere of Wardon, Henry his brother, Ranulph le Chapman of Eyworth, Ralph his son, Roger Buntyng of Eyworth, Thomas son of John le Joevene of Eyworth, John his brother, Robert de Sumeresham, Richard Ruddok of Wardon, Adam his son, Richard Osbern of Dunton, William le Erl of Dunton, Richard Mayhay of Eyworth, Sampson Cleresone, John Edith of Bikleswade, William de Stanton of Asshewelle, William atte Lane of Wrastlyngworth, John Wulurich, Benedict de Kent, Thomas Bloynes of Hattele, Robert atte Chircheyate of Potton, John de Hattelee of Potton, Nicholas Pelle of Potton, John Waleys of Potton, Henry Deneys of Potton, Robert Cat of Potton, John le Suur of Potton, Nicholas Haveringlone of Potton, Thomas Launce of Sutton, Nicholas Serle of Sutton, Geoffrey Alwyne of Sutton, Henry Tippe of Sutton, Scholastica daughter of Hugh le Wrighte, Agnes daughter of Roger Hervy of Eyworth, Alice daughter of John Madur of Eyworth, and Agnes daughter of Emma Margery of Eyworth, carried away his goods at Eyworth, co. Bedford. By p.s.

Association of Robert de Retford in the above commission.

MEMBRANE 17d.

June 1. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John le Bretoun and Richard de Walsingham, touching the persons who with horse and foot, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, entered the park of John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, at Giningham, and his chaces and warrens there and at Melewode, Thetford, Castelacre and Sculthorp, co. Norfolk, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares and rabbits, and fished in his fisheries at Gyningham, Melewode and Rademere, and carried away fish.

May 25. Stirling.

The like to Henry Spigurnel, William de Hanyngfeld, Nicholas de Baranton and John de Wangrave, touching the persons who while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, broke the parks of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, and Elizabeth his wife, at Enefeld, co. Middlesex, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

June 4. Stirling.

The like to William de Bereford and Walter de Aylesbiry, touching the persons who, while he was in like manner in Scotland, broke the park of Walter de Huntercoumbe at Huntercoumbe, co. Oxford, hunted therein and carried away deer, assaulted his men and servants there, and killed some of his horses.

MEMBRANE 16d.

June 10. Stirling.

Association of Lambert de Trykyngham in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William de Bereford, Guichard de Charrum, Hugh de Louther and Nicholas de Warrewyk, touching trespasses committed against Robert de Cleseby at Berford, co. York [see Mem. 25d]. By p.s.

June 18. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford and John de Acton touching an appeal which Margery, daughter of Richard de Rughlowe, and Juliana daughter of Richard de Rughlowe, bring in the county of Stafford against Everard la Baillif of Waleshale, John Pertrich of Waleshale, William le Ropere, William Ters, Thomas le Pestour, Simon son of Robert, Robert son of Robert, Reginald le Waleys, William le Parker, Richard le Launde, Nicholas le fiz Hyne, Richard Diriday, William Norman, Richard Norman, Nicholas Sweynes, John son of William Dudde, John son of Nicholas Telere, Richard Bredeobath and Richard le Brer, for the death of Thomas de Rughlowe their brother.

June 20. Stirling.

The like to William de Bereford, Hugh de Sancto Philiberto and Walter de Aylesbury, on complaint by Isabella de Kancia, that William de Huntershull, Richard de Scures, Ralph de Scures, William de Scures, Thomas Malevill, Richard Aunger, Thomas de Leddrede, John de Guldeforde 'mareschal,' John le Hunte, John le Luminur of Kyngesclere, Bartholomew de Wydehaye, Thomas de Brewosa, William de Brewosa, Laurence de Brewosa, William de Kancia of Kyngesclere, John Vapurvent of Basingstok, Richard de Caneford, Robert de la Sale, John Russel, John le Kyng, Gilbert de Mikelham and John de Mikelham, carried away her goods within the priory of Garinges, co. Oxford, and led her away and imprisoned her.

June 20. Stirling.

Commission de walliis, &c. to Robert de Sancto Claro, Gilbert de Bere and Master Gereberd (sic) in Brentemersh, Pederdham, Wringemersh and Saltmersh, co. Somerset.

MEMBRANE 15d.

Association of John de Burne in the room of Robert de Setvans in a like commission with William Maufe and Luke atte Gate, along the sea coast and parts adjacent of Kent and Sussex.

Vacated because below.

June 23. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Haward, Roger de Hegham and William de Carleton, on complaint by Robert, abbot of Bardeneye, touching the persons who broke the door of his chamber in the abbey of Bardeneye and carried away his goods there and at Barton on Humbre, Great Steping, Luceby, Hagword[ingham], Burton and Edlington, co. Lincoln. By p.s.

June 20. Stirling.

The like to William Haward, Roger de Hegham and William de Carleton, on complaint by the same, and Walter de Ryby, executors of the will of William de Ryby, touching the persons who, while that abbey was in the king's hands, entered it, broke a chest wherein the said executors had deposited 100 marks, late of the said William, and carried them away.

June 20. Stirling.

Association of John de Burne, in the room of Robert de Setvans, deceased, with William Maufe and Luke atte Gate, in a commission de walliis, &c. for the sea coast and parts adjacent of the counties of Kent and Sussex.

July 1. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Haward, Hervey de Staunton and Robert Hereward, on complaint by John Sprigi, that Walter le Hunte, James Bern, Philip Blogate, William Ridd, Robert de Craneleye, John de Gervevill, Thomas Denham, Richard Lefsy, Robert Benne, Stephen de Baketon, Robert de Fresyngefeld, William le Kyng of Paston, [John] Yithun, John Staneward, Roger Osbern, John son of Reginald atte Medue, Ralph atte Pitie, Roger Fish, Geoffrey Osmund and others, broke his mills at Paston and Moneosle, co. Norfolk, and his stank there, cut to pieces part of the timber of his mills and carried away part thereof with his goods from Paston, led away his beasts from Paston and Monesle, trampled his corn with their beasts, and consumed the fish in his stank. By fine of 100s. made in the Chancery.

July 3. Stirling.

The like to Guichard de Charrom, Hugh de Louther and Adam de Middelton, on complaint by the abbot of Newminster, that Gilbert de Wynframvill, Thomas de la Cusine, John son of Richard de Horsley, William Fucarman and Adam de Werdale and others, impounded the beasts from his ploughs on the high road at Brerylawe, chased others in his several pasture at Rughop in Chiviot Moor with dogs as far as Hurbotle, within the said Gilbert's liberty of Redesdale, and impounded them there; took others in his close at Raset and chased them to Oterburn and impounded them there; took others in his several pasture at Filton and impounded some at Prodhou and some at Hirlawe, and kept them so that many of them died; and beat his servants at Epprespeth in Chiviot Moor, co. Northumberland. By fine of 100s. made at the Exchequer.

July 5. Stirling.

Association of John de Chefeld, king's clerk, with John le Breton and Richard de Walsingham in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter, on complaint by the poor men of the commonalty of the town of Lynn, that the rich who levy collections and tallages upon that commonalty and fines made with the king for matters touching the commonalty, collect more than the specified sums, and often extort grievous distraints from the commonalty which they convert to their own uses.

MEMBRANE 14d.

July 10. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Nicholas de Warrewyk and John de Foxle, touching the persons who assaulted Stephen de Wydeneye at Cotes, co. Warwick. By p.s.

The like to the same touching the persons who assaulted William le Pestour there.

July 10. Stirling.

The like to William de Ormesby, William Haward and Richard de la Rokele, touching the persons who by night killed Thomas de Belhus at Bodeneye, co. Norfolk. By fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

July 6. Stirling.

The like to Robert de Retford and Robert de Reydon touching the persons who entered the manors of John de Weyland of Wytnesham, Clopton, Blakeshall, Wantesden, Pethawe, Welhetham, Onhus and Middelton, co. Suffolk, threw down his houses, cut down his trees, and carried away the said trees and timber of the houses. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 13d.

July 13. Stirling.

The like to Henry Spygurnel, Philip Maubaunk and Nicholas de Warrewyk touching the persons who assaulted Master Bartholomew de Sancto Laurencio at Welles, co. Somerset. By fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

July 28. Stirling.

The like to William de Ormesby, Henry Spigurnel and Robert Hereward, on complaint by J. bishop of Norwich, that Ranulph Bacun, parson of the church of Bacunesthorp, Robert le Poure, parson of the church of Stodeye, Simon de Kellyngg, parson of the church of Saxlyngham, Nicholas de Bok, chaplain, John de Colewyk, Richer fiz Tibbe of Stodeye, Roger de Estker of Brynyngham, John de Beltesthorp of Stodeye, Thomas Tune of Stodeye, Hamo de Wykesho, Ranulph, parson of a moiety of the church of Brunham Ulp, and John de Kestevene of Thornegg, with others, broke bis park at Thornegg, co. Norfolk, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

Sept. 12. Tynemouth.

The like to William de Bereford, Henry Spigurnel and Walter de Aylesbury, on complaint by John de Hanlo that Henry son of Nigel, parson of the church of Haselee, broke his chest at Oseneye, co. Oxford, which was sealed with his seal and carried away charters, writings and muniments By p.s.

July 24. Stirling.

The like to the said William and Henry, on complaint by Alexander de Apytot that Philip de Pympe and Adam his brother carried off (rapuerunt) Isabella wife of the said Alexander, at Chadelyngton, co. Oxford, and led her away with goods of the said Alexander. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 11d.

July 20. Stirling.

The like to Robert de Burghersh and John de Northwode touching the persons who entered the park of Andrew de Saukevill at Bocherst, co. Sussex, hunted therein and carried away deer.

July 28. Stirling.

The like to William Howard and William de Ormesby touching the persons who by night assaulted William Pacok at Boston, co. Lincoln, and carried away his goods. By p.s.

July 9. Stirling.

The like to Robert de Retford and Henry Spigurnel on complaint by Stephen de Wycumbe that Robert de Blakenham, prior of Bykenacre, Robert Burre and John de Meldon, his fellow canons, Elias le Foulere, Peter le Palefreyman, Alexander le Hunte, Stephen le Carpenter, Swetyngus le Thechere of Stodleye, John le Messer of Bykenacre, Alan Brunsyde of Stodleye, John Wodegore and William Turpyn with others assaulted him at Danewebery, co. Essex. By p.s.

The like to the same touching an assault by the same persons on John de Wycumbe at Danewebery. By p.s.

July 12. Stirling.

The like to William Haward and Roger de Suthcote touching the persons who entered the free warren of John Bardolf at Haulton, co. Leicester, hunted therein and carried away hares, rabbits and partridges, trampled his corn and assaulted his keeper. By p.s.

July 27. Stirling.

Association of Ralph de Sandwico, in the room of Henry Spygurnel, with William de Hanyngefeld, Nicholas de Barenton and John de Wengrave in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter touching the persons who hunted in the park of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, and Elizabeth his wife of Enefeld, co. Middlesex, and carried away deer. By p.s.

July 28. Stirling

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Clinton of Colleshull and Nicholas de Warrewyk, on complaint by Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, touching the persons who, while he, his men and goods were under the king's protection, broke his park at Buleye, co. Worcester, while he was on the king's service in Scotland, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

July 26. Stirling.

The like to Hervey de Staunton and Roger de Suthcote on complaint by Ralph de Gorges that Nicholas de Mandevill, Geoffrey le Harpour and Henry de Combe with others broke his park at Lydinton, co. Dorset, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 10d.

July 24. Stirling.

The like to Hervey de Staunton, Gilbert de Knovill and Roger de Suthcote touching the persons who entered the manor of William Martyn of Kyngeston, co. Devon, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, broke his houses there and assaulted his servants. By p.s.

The like to John de Haveringes and William de Sutton touching the persons who assaulted Simon de Leyburne at Shrewsbury and imprisoned him there.

July 27. Stirling.

The like to William de Leyburn and William Inge touching the persons who assaulted John de Huggeleye at Clone, co. Salop, imprisoned him there and cut his corn at Weston and Clonton, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection. By p.s.

Aug. 5. Perth.

The like to Nicholas de Warrewyk and John de Wasteneys, on complaint by Robert de Grendon that Robert de Hugeford, William his son, John de Pulton, William de Murival, William son of Richard, Thomas le Wrighte, William Jurdan of Ryhul, Richard de Fenhay and Thomas son of Robert le Spenser, Richard his brother and Thomas Ody with others took his beasts of the value of 20l. in his common pasture at Hildereston, co. Stafford, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, led them away and killed a great part of them, and assaulted some of his men. By p.s.

Aug. 6. Ogilvie. (Uggevill.)

The like to Roger de Mortuo Mari, William de Mortuo Mari and Henry le Waleys, on complaint by Walter de Plash', that whereas he acknowledged himself before William Godknave and John Lightfot, king's clerk, officers appointed to receive recognisances of debts at Hereford, to owe 50l. to Thomas Folyot of Ludelawe, according to an agreement made between them touching certain lands sold to the said Thomas by Margery de Staunton Lacy, and the writing of the said recognisance was delivered to John de la Dune and Christiana Eylrich to be in indifferent hands, the conditions of the recognisance being such that if Thomas, by judgment of the court upon the suit of the said Walter, or of the said Margery or Hugh her son, or of Margaret and Joan sisters of Hugh, should lose the said lands, then he should have execution of the said recognisance; but that if he should retain the lands for life, then it should be null and void; yet, notwithstanding that he retained the lands peaceably, he and others came to Ludelawe while the said Walter was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, and carried away the said writing (custum) in the custody of the said John and Christiana and other goods of the said Waiter. By p.s.

Aug. 6. Ogilvie.

The like to Roger de Mortuo Mari, William de Mortuo Mari and Henry le Waleys, on complaint by Walter de Shekenhurst, that whereas he lately bought, with the money of Thomas Folyot of Ludelawe, while he was beyond seas, certain lands in Ridmerleye to the use of the said Thomas, and after the return of the said Thomas from beyond seas, as the said purchase displeased the latter, he entered into a recognisance for 200l. before Thomas Colle and Robert de Buckenhale, late king's clerk, deputed to receive recognisances of debts at Shrewsbury, which was delivered to John de la Dune and Christiana Eylrich so as to be in indifferent hands, the condition of which recognisance was such that if Walter within a certain time satisfied Thomas with other lands, it should be null and void, nevertheless the said Thomas with others, within the specified time, carried away the said writing (scriptum) from the said custody at Shekenhurst, while Walter was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection. By p.s.

Aug. 6. Ogilvie.

The like to the same, on complaint by Margery de Staunton Lacy that the said Thomas, being bound to her in 50l. for lands in Staunton Lacy whereof she enfeoffed him, by a writing which was delivered to the said John and Christiana so as to be in indifferent hands, carried away the same at Ludelawe, co. Salop, with other of her goods. By p.s.

Aug. 9. Stirling.

The like to Ralph de Sandwyco and Robert de Burghersh touching the persons who by night broke the houses of John le Harpour of Newenton at Newenton, co. Kent. By p.s.

Aug. 9. Stirling.

The like to Henry Spygurnel and Roger de Suthcote, on complaint by the prior of St. Frideswyde's, Oxford, that Master Roger de Scardeburgh and John his brother with others by night broke the gates of the close of his priory and carried away the keys, assaulted his servants, cut down and carried away his trees there, mowed and trampled and carried away the grass in his meadow there, and killed some beasts there, and afterwards cast them into the water of the Charewell. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 9d.

Aug. 9. Stirling.

The like to Ralph de Sandwyco and John le Blund, mayor of London, on complaint by William de Morlegh that while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, John de Hoy, merchant of Dynaund, carried off (rapuit) Agnes his wife at London, and led her away with his goods, which he still detains.

Aug. 11. Stirling.

The like to Robert de Retford and Henry Spigurnel, on complaint by William de Craye that while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, John de Scatebery and others reaped his corn at Crayepaulyn and carried it away. By p.s.

Aug. 11. Stirling.

The like to William Inge, Ralph de Sandwyco and Richard de la Rokele touching the persons who killed William de Detling and William Gegge at Detling, co. Kent. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 8d.

Aug. 29. Morpeth.

The like to William de Bereford, William Haward and William de Carleton, on complaint by the abbot of St. Edmunds that whereas he is lord of the town of St. Edmunds and has the right to appoint his bailiffs to hold his court in that town, to hear complaints there and do justice and execute distraints and attachments and other things pertaining to bailiffs; to remove such bailiffs; to receive amercements and profits of such pleas and attachments and fines for breaches of the assize of bread and ale; the custody of the lands, tenements and rents which descend by hereditary right to wards and orphans under age; the custody of the gates of the town; forstallings and everything that has to be corrected; and toll, murage and pavage on goods coming into the town; Nicholas Fuk', John de Hokewold, Stephen de Haukedon, Edmund Kempe, Thomas de la Gare, Giles Harboneys, Robert Luceby, John de Markeswell, John de Berewik, Nicholas de Bradeleye, Hervey Isgere, Laurence le Laner, Adam Hereward, John Payn, Henry atte Grene, Thomas le fiz Robert, Thomas le Vaus, Ralph le Smermonger, John le Irenmonger of Bernewell, William atte Grene, Robert Eppegamen, Thomas de Depeden, Robert Hugelot, William de Westlee, clerk, Augustin le Upholdere, Ralph de Histon, John fiz Dieu, Nicholas Scot, John Pinchun, Thomas de Thornhill, Simon Wither, Walter Kytling, Robert son of Nicholas Fuk', Walter Boneir, Alan de Benington, John le Orfevere, Thomas le Coynur, William Aylwy, William le Spycer of Biry, Robert de Foxton, Thomas Rome, Roger Priour, Robert de Neyvill, Robert le Schereman, William le Turnur, John Mynne, Edmund le Wafrur, William Blak', Roger le Mawer, John Gernun, Oliver Kempe, John Olyver, Henry son of Nichol, William Pinchun, Adam Goding of la Kynghethe, John le Reder of la Kynghethe, John le Roper, William Charles, Bartholomew Persone, Richard Bole, Thomas Bridde, and Peter de Sporle of St. Edmunds, with others conspired together by oaths of confederacy in making unlawful conventicles in the town, and, usurping the cognitions of pleas of trespass and contract arising there and the custodies of lands, wards and orphans and the said gates, prevented the abbot from having such custodies and the said amercements, profits and fines, or the correction or justice of forestallings and other trespasses done there, or distraints for arrears of services due to him, or from taking toll, murage or pavage by his bailiffs or whatever else pertains to bailiffs to do; rescued such distraints so taken by his bailiffs for arrears and other causes ; commanded ordinances to be observed contrary to the law and custom of the realm and to the charters granted to the abbey by the king's ancestors; assessed at their will tallages upon poor tenants of the abbey, and extorted the same by grievous distraints. By p.s.

Sept. 26. Merrington.

Association of Robert de Burgherssh and John Abell in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William Inge, Ralph de Sandewyco and Richard de la Rokell touching the persons who lately killed William de Detling and William Gegge at Detlyng, co. Kent.

Sept. 20. Boldon.

Commission to Edmund de Eyncurt, Robert de Wylgheby and Thomas de Burnham to enquire touching vagabonds in the counties of Lincoln, Nottingham and Derby; and they or the sheriffs are to arrest the guilty.

MEMBRANE 6d.

Oct. 24. Burstwick.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Ormesby, William de Carleton, John le Breton and Richard de Walsingham, on complaint by the poor men of the commonalty of the town of Norwich that certain rich men and forestallers of that city by collusion amongst themselves buy from merchants of those parts bringing victuals and other goods to the city for sale such goods both without and within the city before they are exposed for sale, and afterwards expose them at higher prices, and prevent victuals and other goods from being brought for sale to the town by the hands of the sellers or others but only by the hands of their own servants.

The like to the same with respect to the town of Jernemuth.

The like to the same with respect to the town of Ipswich.

Oct. 30. Burstwick.

Commission to John Randolf, Hugh de Sancto Philiberto and Thomas Paynnel to enquire touching vagabonds in the counties of Southampton, Wilts, Berks and Oxford.

Nov. 4. Burstwick.

The like to Henry de Cobham, Thomas Paynel, Hugh de Sancto Philiberto and John Randolf touching vagabonds in the said counties.

Nov. 2. Burstwick.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Mortuo Mari and Roger de Bella Fago, on complaint by Richard de Alkebarewe touching the persons who assaulted him at Lafford, co. Lincoln.

The like to the same, on complaint by William Hubert of Ty that John de Folevile and others with their servants and accomplices came to his house at Ty, co. Rutland, broke his doors and assaulted him and carried away charters and muniments found in a chest of his. By p.s.

Nov. 6. Burstwick.

Commission to William de Carleton and Walter de Norwyco to enquire, by jury of the town of Norwich and of that county, what plots of land belonging to the castle of Norwich are let on lease, their length and breadth and yearly value, as it is stated that divers sheriffs of the county having the custody of that castle, have in times past demised divers plots of the king's demesne of that town to divers men without the king's licence and without any rent or service being rendered at the Exchequer, but to hold in fee; and have permitted them to enclose and build upon the same; and the inquisition is to be sent to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. By C.

MEMBRANE 5d.

Aug. 26. Bolton.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Burghersh and Robert le Passelee, on complaint by Richard de Chollond of Ho that the prior of St. Martin's aux Bois (de Bosco), Theobald, prior of Okeburn, Walter de Rokeslee and others by night broke his houses at Ho, co. Sussex, and carried away his goods, for a long time prevented him from cultivating and sowing his lands, and drove his beasts to unknown places so that he could not replevy them. By p.s.

The like to the same, on like complaints by the following men of Ho :—

William de Upton.

Geoffrey le Palmer.

John Attebrok.

Roger Sprot.

Richard Godewyn.

July 27. Stirling.

The like to Ralph de Sandwyco, William de Hanyngfeld, Nicholas de Barenton and John de Wengrave touching the persons who broke the park of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, and Elizabeth his wife at Enefeld, co. Middlesex, while the earl was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

Aug. 29. Morpeth.

The like to William de Bereford, William Haward and William de Carleton, on complaint by the abbot of St. Edmunds touching the persons of the town of St. Edmunds who prevented him from exercising his rights in the town [in the same terms as above Mem. 8d., omitting the names of persons charged]. By p.s.

Sept. 2. Horton.

Commission to John le Breton and Robert Hereward to enquire touching vagabonds in the county of Suffolk.

Sept. 20. Boldon.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Bereford, Peter Malore and Gilbert Knovill, on complaint by William la Zusche that Richard le Wilde, John Russell of Briggewater, Hugh Gode wine, Simon Michel John de Stratfeld, John de Douelish, John Etke, John Ordelof, William le Large, Richard de Cantilupo, Gilbert le Large, Thomas de Burgoigne, Richard Beers, Siward de Modbyry, Roger de Cumwych, Richard Maydenes Richard Wodecok, Richard Gode, John Sumere, Walter son of Stephen de Briggewauter, Richard de Roubyri, John atte Weaye, Robert his son, Philip Creserl, Adam le Palmere, Walter Kyng, John Evesone, Geoffrey Davy, Walter Purchaz, Robert atte Bakhus, David le Palmere, David le Dyere, Thomas de Boklonde, Stephen le Way, Eustace Topet, Richard de Stikelpache, Richard le Orfevre, Gilbert Russel, Henry le Large, John Bulymer, Nicholas Dosshel, Richard de Atferton, William Cofyn, Hugh Berecorn, Adam atte Chircheheye, John his brother and John Benet with a multitude of Welshmen and others assaulted his bailiffs at Briggewauter whom he had deputed to the custody of his liberty there, prevented him from holding his court of that liberty, or of holding pleas touching that liberty or of doing justice to complainants, taking fines for breaches of the assize of bread and ale committed by his tenants, or from punishing them or from taking any other profits of the court, or from doing other things which by virtue of their office belongs to bailiffs for the preservation of the peace; and entered his manor at Heygrave and broke the hedges and doors of his houses there, and trampled his corn. By fine made before the treasurer.

MEMBRANE 4d.

Sept. 24. Durham.

The like to Hugh Wake and Roger de Bella Fago touching an appeal which Alice, late the wife of William de Waldegrave, brings in the county of Northampton against Adam Atthelyne and Adam his son for the death of her husband. By p.s.

Oct. 1. Lazenby.

The like to William Inge, William de Craye and Thomas de Chaucumbe, on complaint by William de Brewosa touching the persons who, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, entered his free chace of St. Leonards and his park of Beaubusshun, co. Sussex, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares and rabbits and assaulted his men.

Oct. 1. Northallerton.

The like to William Inge and Robert de Bathton, on complaint by Giles de Trumpeton that Richard de Harecurt and others by night took and led away 200 of his sheep at Mogehangre, co. Bedford, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, assaulted his laundresses (lotrices) as they were washing his napkins, towels and other cloths and threw them and the cloths into the water.

Sept. 29. Dalton.

The like to Robert de Burgherssh and Roger Sauvage, on complaint by William Pierre, merchant of Majorca, and Domingus Peris, merchant of Seville, and on the testimony of John, duke of Brittany, by his letters patent, that whereas they caused a ship of Seville to be laden at Seville with goods and merchandise to the value of 4,200 pounds of Tours, and brought to England to trade, Gilbert de la Paule of Yarmouth, master of the ship St. Catherine of that place, William de Veus of the Isle of Wight, master of the ship St. Nicholas of the Isle of Wight, Richard Parkemer, master of la Note of Haversford, William le Clerk, master of la Pleyntive of Dunwich, Henry le Mariner, master of the St. Michael of Bristol, William le Muner, master of the ship la Maudelyne of Bristol, Jordan Garland, master of the ship Isabella of Yarmouth, and Robert Alisaundre, master of the ship St. Mary of Shorham with the said ships and sailors and others in them came to the said ship of Seville along the port of St. Matieu in Brittany as she was crossing over to England, entered her and took the said goods with her ropes, anchors and other gear and brought her to England, and carried the said goods to several places in the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, Sussex, Southampton, Gloucester and Somerset and elsewhere. The jury to be of those counties and they are to make restitution to the said merchants and compensate them for their losses and damages according to merchant law. By p.s.

Sept. 30. Dalton.

The like to William Howard and Henry de Baiocis touching the persons who killed John de Salesby at Sudbrok, co. Lincoln. By p.s.

Oct. 4. Thirsk.

The like to Hugh de Louthre and Adam de Middelton, on complaint by the prior and Friars Preachers of Jarum, co. York, touching the persons who broke their close there, depastured the herbage therein with their beasts, and trampled it. By p.s.

Oct. 4. Thirsk.

The like to William Inge, William de Craye and Thomas de Craucumbe, on complaint by William de Brewosa that whereas he is lord of the castle, manor, honor and rape of Brembre, and the five hundreds within that rape, and by reason of the said honor ought to have wreck of the sea, dock dues (sedes navium) and cognisance of trespasses of bloodshed committed within the fee and precinct of the said honor and to receive amercements and fines arising therefrom, and he and his ancestors have time out of mind used these liberties, William Paynel and Margaret his wife, with other persons unknown, came to his manors of Bradewauter, Worthinge and Hyen, which are of his fee and within the precinct of his said honor, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, and resisted his bailiffs and men when intending by virtue of their office to use these liberties and prevented him and his bailiffs from enjoying them. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 3d.

Oct. 10. Kirkham.

Commission to Roger de Hegham and Gilbert de Roubyry to enquire in the presence of John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, and Reginald de Grey whether Thomas de Wodhull, deceased, tenant in chief, was seised in demesne of the park at the manor of Wodhull, co. Bedford, or whether he enfeoffed Reginald thereof by charter, and if so, whether the latter was seised thereof before the death of the said Thomas and how long before and by what service. By the inquisition post mortem of the said Thomas made in the usual course by the escheator beyond Trent and returned into the Chancery, it is not found that Thomas was seized thereof, but the said John, who holds the custody during the minority of the heir of the lands late of the said Thomas, transferred to him by Margaret, the queen-consort, to whom the king granted the same, avers that Thomas did die seized of the said park.

Oct. 15. Bainton.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Burhersh and Henry de Gildford touching the persons who broke the park of John de Uvedale at Laughton, co. Sussex, hunted therein and carried away deer, cut down and carried away trees, drove away his beasts to places unknown, broke his dykes and assaulted his men. By p.s.

Oct. 24. Burstwick.

The like to William de Ormesby, William Inge, John le Bretun and Richard de Walsingham, on complaint by the poor men of the town of Lynn touching forestallers in that town. By C.

Oct. 24. Burstwick.

The like to Roger de Mortuo Mari, William Trussel, William de Sutton and Nicholas de Warrewik, on complaint by the men and tenants of Edmund son and heir of Richard fiz Aleyn, late earl of Arundel, a minor in the king's custody, of the liberty of Oswaldestre, co. Salop, which, by grant of the king, is in the hands of Amadeus, count of Savoy, that whereas they and their ancestors, in time of such custody, ought, by the customs of those parts, to be brought into the court of that liberty and if any of them be convicted of shedding blood aut crucis fractione he ought not to be amerced in more than 5s. to the use of the lord, or to be imprisoned or amerced or punished in any other way, nevertheless Richard de Harleye, the said earl's steward, trying to wear them out, has amerced them for bloodshed aut crucis fractione, sometimes in 100s., sometimes in 10l. The jury is to be of the county of Salop, the liberties of Fulk le fiz Waryn of Whitinton, Peter Corbet of Cautz, and Roger Lestrange of Ellesmere. By pet. of C.

Oct. 28. Burstwick.

The like to Ralph de Sandwyco and Nicholas de Barentyn touching the persons who broke the park of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, and Elizabeth his wife at Great Waltham, co. Essex, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 2d.

Oct. 18. South Burton.

Association of Roger de Suthcote in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Robert de Burgherssh and Robert Passelegh touching the persons who broke the houses of Richard Godwyne of Ho at Ho, co. Sussex [see Mem. 5d].

The like of the same with Robert de Burgherssh and William de Hastingges touching the persons who broke the houses of Richard Chollond of Ho at Ho, co. Sussex [see Mem. 5d.].

Oct. 24. Burstwick.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Mortuo Mari, William Trussel, William de Sutton and Nicholas de Warrewik on behalf of Amadeus, count of Savoy, the king's kinsman, that whereas the king granted him the custody during the minority of the heir of the lands late of Richard, earl of Arundel, of Whitchurch in the Welsh march, and Richard de Harle his steward thereof went to hold the court of the earl's tenants there and to do justice for complainants, the said tenants refused to obey the steward or to come to the court of their lord, but prevented him from holding the court, or doing justice to complainants or receiving the esplees, assaulted him at the town of Whitchurch, and with hue and cry followed him as far as Felton in the said march, arrested him on the high road and killed William son of Adam de Forton, the count's man, and a horse worth 40l. ridden by him and despoiled Thomas Wale, the count's man, of a horse worth 10l. And when the steward afterwards with the above Roger de Mortuo Mari and Griffin de la Pole came to Whitchurch by the king's command to hold the earl's court again, the tenants when summoned refused to come, and did not permit the amercement of 80l. wherein they were amerced for their contempt, to he levied. The jury is to be of the county of Salop, and the liberties of Peter Corbet of Caus, Roger Lestrange of Ellesmere and Fulk le fiz Warin of Whitington. By C.

Oct. 22. Burstwick.

The like to the same touching an appeal which Nesta, late the wife of David ap Yorwarth ap Madoc, proposes to bring before them against Richard de Harleye, Roger de Verdun and William le Skirmusshur for the death of her husband at Wodeton in the march of Wales. The jury to be composed as above. By C.

The like to the same touching an appeal which Eva late the wife of Yorwarth ap Yevaf Du proposes to bring before them against the same persons for the death of her husband at the same place. By C.

Oct. 26. Burstwick.

The like to William de Ormesby, William Inge, John Breton and Richard de Walsingham on complaint by the poor men of the commonalty of the town of Lenne touching the rich collecting tallages, &c., and applying them to their own use [in the same terms as on p. 280]. By C.

Oct. 28. Burstwick.

The like to Robert son of Walter, Ralph de Sandwyco and Henry Spigurnel touching the persons who with a multitude of armed horse and foot broke the gates and doors of the manor of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, and Elizabeth his wife, at Enefeld, co. Essex (sic), entered the manor, carried away goods, and assaulted their servants. By p.s.

Oct. 26. Burstwick.

The like to William de Ormesby, John le Breton and Richard de Walsingham touching the purchase from a stranger who recently after the breaking of the treasury of Westminster went to the town of Lenne, co. Norfolk, with 100 florins of gold from that treasure to sell, of 6 of them at much less than their value by Walter de Tylneye and John de Elmham, goldsmiths of that town, who concealed him and secretly permitted him to escape so that he could not be arrested by the bailiffs of that town and take his trial. By C.

Oct. 30. Burstwick.

The like to John Randolf, Philip de Hoyvill and Nicholas de Pershete, in consideration of the service of William le Brun, deceased, and Richard de Skures his nephew, touching the persons who burnt the said Richard's houses at Becheffonte, co. Southampton, and the corn and other goods there. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 1d.

Oct. 26. Burstwick.

The like to William de Ormesby, William Inge, John le Bretun and and Richard de Walsingham touching the complaint of the poor men of Ipswich [marginal note 'Lynn'] in the same terms as above. By C.

The like to the same with respect to the town of Great Yarmouth.

The like to the same with respect to the city of Norwich.

Nov. 2. Burstwick.

The like to William de Mortuo Mari and R. de Bella Fago, on complaint by William de Ty that John de Folevill and his servants and accomplices came to his house at Ty, co. Rutland, imprisoned him there, carried away his charters, muniments and goods, and tore them up in his presence when so imprisoned. By p.s.

Nov. 22. Burstwick.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to William Howard, Thomas de Burnham and Ranulph de Freskeneye in the parts of Lyndeseye, co. Lincoln.

Nov. 4. Burstwick.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Howard, Hervey de Staunton and Robert de Hereward, on complaint by John Spriggy that William Kyng of Paston, William de Blochous, John son of Reginald Attemedwe, Ralph Attepit, Roger Fyssh, John son of Adam the younger, Roger Osbern and others broke his mill at Monesle, co. Norfolk, and his stank in that town and Paston, and caused the fish that were in it to escape, prevented him from carrying the corn cut by him in autumn, whereby a great part of it was trampled and consumed by beasts, took some of his beasts at the towns of Paston and Monesle and led them to places unknown, and did not permit him to replevy them until they extorted grievous ransom from him.

The like to the same, on complaint by the said John that Walter le Hunte, James [Bern], Philip de Blogate, John de Cantebriggia, William Levyng, Robert de Cianle, Thomas de Denham, Robert de Fresingfeld, John de Gerardvill, Walter Brid, Robert Jarnegan, William Lefsy, Robert Benne and William son of Roger de Paston with others by night broke his mill at Paston, co. Norfolk, cut to pieces part of the timber thereof and carried away part of it with other goods.

[Burstwick].

Association of Gilbert Roubury and Peter Mallore in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William de Bereford, Henry Spigurnel and Walter de Ayllesbury touching a complaint of John de Hanlo. [See above.]