Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward I: Volume 4, 1301-1307. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1898.
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1304. Nov. 23. Burstwick.
Commission to Edmund de Eyncurt, William Cressy and Thomas de Burnham to enquire touching vagabonds in the counties of Lincoln, Nottingham and Derby. By K. and C.
Dec. 8. Burstwick.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Hugh de Louther, John de Kirkeby and Robert Ughtred, on complaint by William de Rither that Simon de Kyme, William Sibri, Robert le Clerk, and Reginald le Porter carried away his goods at Rither, Osmundayk, Stokbrigge and Hornyngton, co. York, while he was under the king's protection. By p.s.
Dec. 6. Burstwick.
The like to Nicholas de Warrewyk and Walter de Aylesbury, on complaint by Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, touching the persons who, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, broke his parks at Wygenok, co. Warwick, and Sutton in Colefeld, co. Stafford, entered his free chace at the latter town, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer.
Dec. 7. Burstwick.
The like to Hugh de Louther and Alexander de Cave, on complaint by by Peter de Malo Lacu, touching the persons who, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, broke his park at the manor of St. Julians, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.
Dec. 28. Lincoln.
Association of Adam de Kyngeshemede in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Roger de Mortuo Mari, William de Mortuo Mari and Henry le Waleys touching the persons who, with Thomas Foliot of Ludelaw, carried away a bond of Walter de Shekenhurst, which was in the custody of John de la Dune and Christiana Eylrich at Shekenhurst, while the said Walter was with the king in Scotland and under his protection.
Dec. 28. Lincoln.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Ormesby, Henry Spygurnel and William Inge touching the persons who lately by night killed Thomas de Belhus at Bodeneye, co. Norfolk. By K. at the instance of Payn de Tibotot.
Dec. 28. Lincoln.
Association of Adam de Kyngeshemede in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the above-mentioned William de Mortuo Mari and Roger and Henry touching the persons who, with the above-mentioned Thomas Folyot, carried away a bond of Margery de Staunton Lacy which was in the custody of the above-mentioned John and Christiana at Ludelawe, co. Salop.
The like with respect to the carrying away of a bond of Walter de Plashe in the custody of the same persons at Ludelawe.
Dec. 28. Lincoln.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Eyncurt and William Inge on complaint of Ranulph de Ry that Philip de Kyme, Thomas de Spaldyngg, prior of Kyme, Richard Tutplein, William his brother, John Tutplein, William de Caltoft, Thomas le Marescal, John le Cordewaner, Thomas le Harpur, Walter le Hunter, Thomas Burel, Peter le Pestur, Henry le Graunger, Simon le Rede, William Bakun, John Coupman, John Brysefen, Robert le Clerk of Bylyngeye, William Sturdy, Ralph de le Bachus, William de Stepyng, Geoffrey le Celererman, Roger de Conyngesby, John Gugge of Hekyngton, John 'of the Aumorye,' Walter le Clerk 'of la Fermerye,' Walter de Thorpe, John Lucrys, Richard son of Nicholas le Turnur, Benedict Swap, Nicholas Ulfi, William his brother, Robert Spyny, John son of Robert Lucrys, Thomas le Graunger, Thomas Hert, John le Glover, Henry son of Richard, John the Priouresman of Kyme, William Cornworm, William le fiz Lucrys, John Colyer, Simon son of Allan Wyles, Thomas Bully, Robert Ulf, William and Walter his sons, Richard Bene, John son of Robert, Hugh Ulf of Kyme, William Bock, William his son, Philip Doget, Simon. Ive, John le Provost of Aswardby, John le Warenner of Aswardebi, Roger son of Ralph de Lafford, Richard son of Richard de Oskerneby, Richard le Blund of Aswardeby, William Brond of Lafford, William his son, Joseph Clement of Kyrketon in Holand, Alan de Seldyk, William le Clerk of Kyme, Richard Wildehaner of Swarby, William Hakethorn of Lincoln, Henry his brother, Gilbert Belle of Boston, Robert his brother, Thomas le Prioressosometer, brother John de Cotyngham, Geoffrey de Bekeryngg, Philip le Hunte of Kyme, Thomas le Westerne of Aswardby, Simon Scot of Aswardby, John Catelyne, John Brond, Adam le Fevre of Ounesby, Simon de Yardeburgh, of Osbernby and Peter de Waynflet and others broke his houses at Iwardeby, co. Lincoln, cut down his trees in his wood there and carried away the trees, hay and other goods and the timber of the said houses and assaulted his men and servants.
Commission to Roger Brabazun and Robert de Wyvill to enquire by jury of the county of Leicester, whether Adam Bernard, charged with the death of Thomas Basset, killed him by misadventure or malice prepense; and to return the inquisition without delay.
1305. Jan. 1. Lincoln.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Percy, William Haward and Walter de Gloucestre touching the persons who entered the chaces, parks, warrens and coney warrens in the counties of Surrey, Sussex and Essex, late of John de Warenna, sometime earl of Surrey, tenant in chief, after they came to the king's hands by reason of the minority of John son of William de Warenna, kinsman and heir of the deceased earl, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares and rabbits, and fished in the stews and carried away fish. By K.
Jan. 4. Lincoln.
The like to Peter Malorre and Walter de Pavely touching the persons who assaulted Francis de la Vesce, clerk at Welles, co. Somerset.
Jan. 7. Lincoln.
The like to Hugh de Veer and William Howard, on complaint by William Jerberge, king's clerk, to whom the king committed the custody of the rolls and writs in the eyres of Hugh de Cressingham and his fellows last in eyre in the counties of Lancaster, Westmoreland, Cumberland, Northumberland and York that, their eyre not being finished, he kept the rolls and writs and deposited them in chests, in his house at Cathegrave, co. Norfolk, and Robert Baynard, William son of Robert le Wafre of Ravenyngham, Thomas son of William Jerberge, William son of Robert Baynard, William de Neuton of Scothowe, Alan de Soudhull of Cathegrave, Thomas de Westfen of Chategrave, William Ras of Carleton Colevill, William le Mareschal of Bekles, Martin Scarlet of Chategrave, Augustin del Toun, Hugh Bolle, John Pynnyng of Chategrave, Roger Betebusk de Osmundeston of Lodne, Thomas Belle of Categrave, Hugh le Caretter of Lodne, Richard le Fevre of Lodne, Thomas le Koo, Robert Ariefot, Richard Pygun, Geoffrey Catour, Hugh le Clerk of Lodne, Richard de Slayford, John le Tayllur of Lodne, David de Soudhull, Hugh le Suur, Ralph de Sufford, William le Pope of Thurton, Richard Cardun of Chategrave, Robert del Toun of Chategrave, Henry Man, Roger son of Richard de Slayford, Peter and Robert his brothers, Robert Oldman, Roger his brother, Richard de Nethergate of Thurton, David Cukouk of Lodne, John Crane of Sithyng, William Lawelos of Bergh, Hugh Jordan of Lodne, Thomas Maydelove of Lodne, Ralph son of Richard Wynde, Thomas Pulle of Chategrave, John Em of Great Yarmouth, John de Staunford of Lodne, Richard Wynde of Chategrave, John del Toun and others entered his house, carried away the chests with the writs and rolls and other goods, and beat him and his men. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.
Jan. 12. Lincoln.
The like to Peter Mallorre and John Dabernon touching the persons who broke the parks of Hugh le Despenser at Wocking, co. Surrey, hunted therein and carried away deer and peacocks. By p.s.
Jan. 12. Lincoln.
The like to Roger le Brabazun, Peter Malorre and Walter de Aylesburi touching the persons who broke the houses and chests of John de Lynhurst at Bichindon, co. Buckingham, and carried away his goods, with certain rolls, tallies and muniments in the chests. By fine made at the Exchequer.
Jan. 22. Spalding.
The like to William Haward and William Inge, by jury of Lincoln, Huntingdon, Norfolk and Hertford touching the persons who lately killed Philip Gerardini, merchant of Florence, in the public street between Pukerugg and Buntingford and carried away his goods. By fine made before the treasurer.
Feb. 9. Thetford.
Commission to William de Bereford and William Haward, on complaint by Peter de Bernevale, and Matilda his wife, to go to St. Martin's le Grand, London, and in the presence of the mayor and sheriffs and the parties, to supervise the record and process of a plea which was in the hustings between the said Peter and Matilda, complainants, and John le Bonde and Joan his wife, and Alice, late the wife of Simon Godard, tenants, touching a messuage, 3 shops and 26s. 8d. rent in London, and to correct any error therein.
1304. May 2. Stirling.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Eyncurt and Henry de Sutton, touching the persons who entered the manor of James de Astle of Crophill, co. Nottingham, and his manor of Haute Barre, co. Stafford, while he was in Scotland on the king's service, and under his protection, cut down his trees, carried them and other goods away, and imprisoned his servants at Crophill until they made fine by 10 marks. By p.s.
1305. March 6. Westminster.
The like to William de Bereford and John de Anesleye, touching Elizabeth de Knyveton and Joan, wife of Richard Danyel, indicted of the death of Margery, daughter of John le Wolfhunte of Wormhull, co. Derby.
March 9. Westminster.
Commission to Walter de Gloucestre and John Abel, touching weirs and other engines in the water of Severn, co. Gloucester, constructed to the deterioration of the weirs there of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort.
March 12. Westminster.
Commission to Roger de Hegham and Robert de Baiocis, on complaint by the masters and scholars of the university of Cambridge, to enquire touching the persons who, contriving to disturb the discipline of the students (scholatizancium) there, broke the doors of the inns (hospiciorum) of the masters and scholars there, and assaulted the masters and scholars therein. By pet. of C.
In the margin are the words "Pro magistris et scolaribus Oxonie." [Mem. de Parl. p. 35.]
March 11. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Mortuo Mari, Roger de Bella Fago, and William de Mere, touching the persons who assaulted Stephen, parson of the church of Swynnerton, clerk of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, the king's nephew, at Stafford, co. Stafford, and carried away his goods.
March 14. Westminster.
Commission de walliis et fossatis to Robert de Hakebeche, Ralph de Littylbury and Giles de Barenton for the sea coast and parts adjacent in Holand, co. Lincoln, and Mersklond, cos. Cambridge and Norfolk; and they are to return the estreats of amercements yearly on the morrow of Michaelmas and the morrow of the close of Easter, to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.
March 16. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel and Robert de Burghersh on complaint by William de la More, master of the Knights Templars in England, that whereas he, his men and lands, were taken under the king's protection when he was going to Cypr[us], John de Hampton of Rochester, John Chose, Osbert le Mareschal, Adam Brid, Ralph le Seler, John Russel, William son of Jordan le Pestur, William Potyn, Reginald Jorge, Robert Hemecok, John Brun, William Angel, Richard le Pestur, John le Claver, William Long, Richard le Claver, Peter Fokelyn, Stephen le Taverner, William le Boyllur, John de Hork, John Crache, Walter Kyde, John Brunyng, Roger le Barber, Stephen le Barber, Thomas Crache, Thomas Fuat, Richard le Taillur, John Kene, William Sheyl, Robert Dowey, William Coman, and Robert Hamecok of Rochester with the commonalty of the town of Rochester, assaulted him and the men in his company there. By p.s.
March 7. Westminster.
The like to Ralph de Sandwyco and Peter Malorre on complaint by Henry de Guldeford, king's clerk, that John Baret, Walter and Stephen his sons, William Farman, Simon atte Bruke, Walter le Bode, Richard le Machun, William le Carpenter, John le Whyte, Henry de Westwode, William Aldewyn, Henry Dod, John Purs, William Ballard, John de London of Westwode and Agnes his wife, Philip Potte, Gilbert de Rykeford, William le Mareschal, William Dylnarth, Philip Cok, Juliana Martyn, Agatha atte Flexweremulne, William le Carpenter, Stephen atte Orchurd, Philip le Glasiere, and Richard son of Richard Purs, by night broke his close at Wykewode, co. Surrey, and cut down and carried away his trees.
March 18. Westminster.
Association of Master Richard de Abyndon in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Walter de Gloucestre and Roger de Bella Fago, by jury of Somerset, touching the trespasses committed against Maurice de Berkeleye, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, by Thomas de la Grove of Bristol, and others. By K.
March 16. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Echynham, William de Hastynges, Henry Wardedieu and Robert de Passeley, touching the persons who entered the parks of John, duke of Brittany, at Burghhersh and Byvelham, and his free chace at Dalynton, and his free warren at Burghersh, Byvelham, Craweherst, and Hamerdenn, co. Sussex, hunted in the parks and chace, and carried away deer, and in the warren took hares, rabbits, partridges and pheasants. By pet. from C.
March 18. Westminster.
Association of Master Richard de Abyndon as above. By K.
March 18. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Bella Fago and Robert de Staunton, touching an appeal which Catherine late the wife of William de Bagenholt brings in the county of Stafford, against Richard, prior of Trentham, John de Colton his canon, John de Westhales, William de Flamsted, William Brun, William le Hyncher, William son of William le Messer del Bech, and William son of Emma de Swynnerton, touching the death of her husband. By fine made before the treasurer.
March 12. Westminster.
The like to Walter de Gloucester and Roger de Bella Fago, on complaint by Maurice de Berkeley, that while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, Thomas de la Grove of Bristol, John Snogh, William Randolf, Simon de Burton, Richard Colpek, John atte Hurne, Edward le Trekere, Adam Treman, Stephen de Stoke, John Duce, Adam le Scer, John de Cameleye, John le White, 'teynturer,' John de Dene, Geoffrey le Combere, Eborard le Fraunceis, Richard atte Shipe, William Brid, Thomas de Launceveton, Geoffrey le Skynnere, Geoffrey le Taillur, Henry le Long, William le Long, John Pykard and others of the town of Bristol, having assembled by ringing the common bell of the town, came to his manor of Bedmunstre, besieged it, assaulted it at various points, and at last entered it and broke the gates and doors of the manor, carried away his goods, rescued Robert de Cornubia, who was attached by Maurice's bailiffs of Radeclyvestret for the death of Joseph de Wynchelese there, and led him away, prevented Maurice's men and tenants, who owed suit at his court of Radeclyvestrete, from doing suit there, prevented Maurice from distraining his men and tenants to do suit there from holding his court, and prevented his men in the buying and selling of corn and other goods from communicating with the men of the town or with other men, strangers of the town. By K.
March 16. Westminster.
The like to Brian son of Alan, Harsculph de Clesby, Richard de Romundby, and Richard de Hudleston, touching the persons who entered the free chaces of John, duke of Brittany, of New Forest, Arkelgarth, Hope, Scargill, and Baynbrigg, and his free warren at Bowes, Forset, Gyllyng, Multon, Cateriz, and Daneby, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares, rabbits, partridges and pheasants. By pet. of C.
March 18. Westminster.
Association of John Butetourt in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Henry de Percy, William Haward, and Walter de Gloucestre, by jury of the county of Essex, touching the persons who entered the chaces, parks, warrens, and coney warrens, late of John de Warenna, sometime earl of Surrey, after they came to the king's hands by reason of the minority of John son of William de Warenna, the king's kinsman, and heir of the deceased earl, hunted therein, and carried away deer, hares and rabbits, fished in his stews and carried away fish.
March 20. Westminster.
The like to Peter Malorre, William de Burne, Robert de Vernun, and John de Bradeford, on complaint by Master Ralph de Vasto Prato, parson of the church of Wythindon, co. Gloucester, that Master Thomas de Stratton and others broke his house there and carried away his goods.
March 21. Westminster.
Commission to William le Vavessur, in pursuance of a commission to Ralph son of William, Gerard Salveyn and John de Barton of Friton, to enquire touching malefactors in the county of York, who were to cause the sheriff to arrest all they found guilty and keep them in gaol for safe custody, to replevy the prisoners by sufficient mainpernors, as it appears that a great multitude are in custody, and the king cannot yet provide for their final delivery. By K.
The like to the following:—
William de Ormesby in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk.
Henry de Cobham in Southampton, Wilts, Oxford and Berks.
Robert de Burghersh in Kent and Sussex.
Edmund Deyncurt in Lincoln and Nottingham.
March 23. Westminster.
Association of Thomas de Burnham in a commission de walliis et fossatis directed to Robert de Hakebeche, Ralph de Lyttelbury, and Giles de Barenton for the seacoast and parts adjacent in Holand, co. Lincoln.
March 22. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Bella Fago, Roger de Suthcote and Walter de Aylesbury on complaint by John Lovel of Tichemershe that Walter de Pavely, Richard de Avene, William Pluk, Walter de Paulesholte, Robert Sweyn of Dauntesy, Nicholas le Muner, Robert Selyetz of Dauntesy, John de Sumeter, John Wyverne of Seghendon, Peter Attenasshe, Nicholas le Bralle, Edmund Walklyn, Robert Walclyn, Roger le Rydere, Hugh le Rydere, William Walclyn, Simon le Wolf, John le Shepherde, and Ralph le Pypere depastured with their beasts his several pastures at his manor of Elecumbe, co. Wilts, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, prevented his servants from driving his beasts to the common pasture there, and from carrying his hay and corn from his meadow and lands to his dwelling place of the said manor, and assaulted his men.
March 20. Westminster.
The like to Robert son of Walter, Ralph de Sandwyco, and Henry Spigurnel, on complaint by Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, and Elizabeth his wife, the king's daughter, that Hugh Pourte, Richard de Caumpes, Roger Colhod, William Salloc, William Bost, ' portour,' Henry Boue, 'portour,' William Bakere,'portour,' John le Wallere, 'portour,' Robert Cursur, John le Lacer, John de Witham, chaplain, Robert Tork, Raymond de la Browe, Emeric le Lumbard and John, his fellow, Eustace Esterling, Henry Esterling, Martin le Bocher of Dolyngham, Gilbert Pinnote, 'bucher,' Walter le Seinturer, Nicholas le Seinturer, Peter de Florencia, 'Lumbard,' Thomas Michel, 'bureler,' and others, came to their manor of [omitted], co. Middlesex, while the earl was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, broke the gates of the manor and the doors of their houses, carried away their goods and assaulted their men. By K.
March 25. Westminster.
Commission to John Luvel of Snotescumbe, and Hugh Wak, on complaint by John Dyve, to enquire by jury of the county of Northampton touching the persons who despoiled Simon Godman his servant, whom he had sent to Wyke Dyve for a sum of money, of 4 marks and other goods at Wyke, killed him and buried him without view of the coroners.
March 27. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spygurnel and Walter de Huntingfeld, on complaint by Geoffrey de la Lee, touching the persons who burnt his houses and goods in them at Brantefeld and Stapelfcrd, co. Hertford. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.
March 20. Westminster.
The like to Robert son of Payn, Peter Malorre and Hervey de Staunton, on complaint by Peter Ernald de Ville, burgess of Bayonne, Ferand, his fellow, and Adam de Gelde, merchants of St. Sebastian, that whereas they had laden a ship beyond seas with merchandise to the value of 3,000 marks, for trade in England, and the ship was driven by tempest upon the coast near Portelond, co. Dorset, and the worn-out mariners transferred themselves to shore alive, Henry le Blake, John and Robert his sons, Richard Brunlock, John Bullock, Peter Brunlock, Thomas Kynloch, Gilbert Kynloch, John Kiffe, John Pund, William Vale, John Vare, Ralph Bolle, Richer Andreu, William le Vale, John le Pesshuner, Robert Kiffe, John Silverlock, Adam Traynel, John Bally, Adam Langynon, William Mei, John Alrech, Ralph Prat, Ralph Huse, Richard Use, John Algar, Adam Selk, Richer Lese, Jordan de Coleford, William Brun the younger, Richard Russel, John le Moyne, Walter Russel, Adam Langynon, Robert Langynon, John Langynon, Adam his brother, John Pers the younger, John Bosse, John Pouch, John Gilberd, Walter Robyn, William Wythe, John le Man, John Philipp, John Gele, Philip Flour, John Portejoye, Walter le Rede, Gregory Knyft, Nicholas Knyft, William Knyght, Robert de Weye, John Richer, Robert Justis, William Peverel, Adam Peverel, Walter Peverel, Elias le Rede, William Vincent, William Wrangg, Clement his brother, John Loveryng Ralph Prat, John son of John, Adam Langinon, John his son, John Curteys, Thomas Person, Richard Person, John Donk, William Richer, John Pabian, William Leyonge, William his son, William Bygod, John Oisel, John his son, Gilbert Oysel, John Algar, Thomas his brother, William Kenry, John Alfred, Ralph Fouke, Ralph Simple, Gilbert Hurlebat, William Rauf, William Nichole, Richard Coter, John Grygge, Richard Oysel, Walter Russel, William Lang, Ralph Lang, Geoffrey Geoffreys (Galfredi), Richard le Brys, William Kym, John Justice, Adam Justice, Peter Chop, Peter Langynon, Richard Langynon, Adam Langynon, William Mei the younger, John Geffrey, Thomas Ingram, William Sheye, Thomas Shorie, William Vale, Adam Traynel, William Foukes, John Wyt, Gilbert Bolle, John Bailly, Richard Andreu, Walter Monek, Thomas le Maister, Robert Langynon, John Stille, William Cake, John Pouch the elder (le veille), Gilbert Pouche, Gilbert Bolle, Walter Barilly, William Prat, John Jordan, Ralph Jordan, William Jordan, John Shepman, John Stiwe, John Gilberd, Geoffrey le Hopere, William Hereward, William Laurence, Robert Perham, Roger Wapel, John Godefrey, Ralph Bark, Gilbert Paule, John Pouche, William Reynald, Adam his brother, Reginald de la Funteyn, Henry Crepin, Henry Ranloc, John le Vale, William Wyte, Clement Vale, Walter Robyn, William de Lym, John Batecok, John Renold, Philip Mei, Thomas le Sauger, Henry Godefrey, John Clese, Thomas son of John Pers, John Prat, John Vacy, John Killot, Thomas Killot, William Russel, Adam Gordon, John Monec, William le Mouner, Nicholas le Grete, John le Frye, John Wyte, Roger son of William de Bocland, Ralph Basset, Walter Teler, John Sheke, Walter de Osmynton, William Batecok, William Wymgar, Robert le Carpenter, Edward le Carpenter, Geoffrey Chykerel, Thomas le Frye, Edward Gibelet, Thomas Pilker, Edward Mittefet, John Pilker, Robert Swete, Robert Russel, Edward Bays, Laurence Rage, Roger Fraunceys, John Fraunceys, William Laurence, William Gosehull, Martin le Carpenter, William his son, John le Carpenter, Robert Mulemangere, Henry le Venour, Richard le Bosse, Nicholas his son, Philip atte Lane, Peter de Flete, Robert Golde, Richard Pak, John Hwe, Laurence Cole, William de la Meer, Nicholas Bosse the younger, Edward Bosse, William Bosse, John le Tailour, Stephen Shagg, John Prest, Robert le Blak, John Langynon, Robert Humphrey, Richard le Pestur, Richard le Fisschere, Robert Loef, Robert Wyppe, Richard Wyppe, Robert son of Robert le Long, John his son, William Coppe of Melecombe, Thomas Terebagg, John Maudut, John le Wyte, Hugh Batecok, William Basset, John Peres, Hugh Mey, John his son, William Sarge, John Pulche, William Rauf, and Henry Gylbert, and others entered the ship, carried away the goods, broke the ship and cut it to pieces. By pet. of C.
March 31. Westminster.
The like to Henry (sic) de Staunton, Roger de Suthcote and Hugh Peverel, on complaint by William le Poer, coroner in the islands of Sullye which belong to the county of Cornwall, that whereas he went to le Vale and Treseau in those islands to enquire touching homicides and other felonies, and to do other things pertaining to his office, and wanted to take charge of a wreck of the sea in the said town of Trascau which happened at that time and belonged to the king, Robert Sage, Henry Sage, Robert de Hencastel, Walter his son, Richard le Charpenter, John Calber, Edmund Speecote, Silvester son of William de Tregenestre, Richard his brother, Thomas Dolin, Aceus de Veldre, Nicholas de Keringon, Robert de Seint Ola, Ralph Bras, John le Pois, Geoffrey de Seint Columkel, Roger de Tregarn, Thomas le Neir, Peter Derraghtre, John de Tregarn, Geoffrey de Crucaranon, David Gogh, Richard Barl, Richard his brother, Thomas Tracy, Robert Tracy, William Chapel, Robert Hendiman, William le Gothis, Adam filius Yaldus, Roger Pakoc, John Auger, Michael Brut, Raymond de Tregarn, Stephen de Varwell, brother Peter de Taustok, brother John, prior of St. Nicholas, and Reginald de Nansdern, took him at the town del Val and kept him in prison until he made fine. By pet. of C.
The like to William de Carleton, William de Ormesby, and William Haward, touching a dispute between the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, Norwich, and the burgesses of Norwich, with respect to a plot called Thomeland and Ratunrowe, which the former hold by grant of William, sometime king of England, and which the latter claim as belonging to their liberty. [Unfinished entry.]
April 1. Westminster.
The like to Hugh de Louthre and Thomas de Burnham, touching an appeal which Alice, late the wife of Gilbert de la Despense, brings in the county of Lancaster against John de Tatham, for the death of her husband. By fine of 100s.
March 28. Westminster.
The like to Roger de Suthcotes and William de Staunton, touching the persons who broke the house of Amicia daughter of Robert de Tygheford, at Tygheford, co. Devon, and afterwards killed her, and touching the persons who delivered those who were indicted thereof in the sheriff of Devon's turn in the hundred of Budle, and were in custody in Oxford (sic) gaol.
April 1. Westminster.
Association of William Howard in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Roger de Suthcote, and John de Foxle, touching trespasses committed against William le Verrur of Welok, and Edith his wife, by Henry le Beuelard, prior of Wenlok, Otelin le Prioresneve, John Beuelard, parson of the church of Stoke, Thomas Child, Bartholomew le Priores[q]uier, Richard son of Herbert de Burton, John de Burton, John le Pestur of Dodington, Walter le Pestur of Dudington, Walter le Pestur of Kaghelegh, William son of Peter de Calueton, and Thomas son of Richard le Machun of Calueton.
April 4. Westminster.
Commission to William de Bereford and William Howard to cause to be recited the record and process of a plea of William de Hertillebury, parson of the church of St. Peter, Cornhull, London, against Ralph de Honylane, goldsmith, touching a messuage, 3 shops and a soler in London, wherein the said William arraigned a jury before the justices at York to recognise whether the same were the frank almoin of his said church or the lay fee of the said Ralph, which jury was in accordance with the custom of the city of London returned in the hustings, and to correct the error, if any, therein, and in the rendering of judgment.
April 4. Westminster.
The like to Gilbert de Knovill, Thomas de Sweynese and Thomas de la. Hyde, touching the persons who entered the king's park of Clymmeslande, co. Cornwall, hunted therein and carried away deer.
April 9. Westminster.
The like to Henry Spygurnel, Henry de Cobeham the younger, and John de Bourne, touching Reginald de Tireserche for the death of his brother, and the said Reginald, Henry, John and Thomas Bustard, his brothers, for the death of William de Buggelegh, and other felonies, the said indicted persons having been committed to custody in Pevenese gaol, in pursuance of a commission directed to the said Henry, Robert de Burghershe, and John de Northwode, touching vagabonds in the counties of Kent and Sussex; and the constable of Pevenese castle is to produce the prisoners. Per regem et consilium concordatum.
April 26. Westminster.
Commission to Walter de Gloucester and John de Bauquell to cause to be recited the record and process of a plea of William de Hertillebury, parson of the church of St. Peter, Cornhull, London, as above.
April 7. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to John Buteturte, William Howard, Peter Malorre and Nicholas Fermbaud, on complaint that Thomas de Berkeleye and Maurice de Berkeleye, usurping the fee and lordship as well in the street of Radeclivestrete, in the town of Bristol, as in the water of Avene, came to the town of Bristol with a great multitude of horse and foot, and beat some men and burgesses of that street because they refused to do suit at the court of the said Thomas and Maurice which they claim to have in Radeclivestrete, or to answer in that court for divers excesses committed in that street, wounded some in their houses, dragged some out of their houses and threw them into a pit, beat their wives when they came to their aid and trampled them so that some of them died, wounded and maimed the king's bailiff of that town in the high road at Frompton on Severn because he defended the king's estate against them, and treated him so shamefully that he died shortly after. Also that the said Thomas and Maurice with others came to the fair of Tettebury, and some besieged the town while others entered it, and both within their houses and without beat those whom they knew to be burgesses of the said street and those who refused to declare before them that they were not king's men of that street, and by night took divers of the king's felons, as well approvers by whose appeals three men were convicted of felonies and hanged, as thieves who had been taken and imprisoned in the said street of Radeclivestrete, and led them to Sumerton and fraudulently caused them to be delivered by procured and suborned juries; entered certain ships in the said river at La Pulle of St. Catherine, within the bounds of the town of Bristol, awaiting a fair wind there, and carried away ropes, anchors, and sails and other fittings thereof under colour of a distraint for certain excesses and trespasses committed therein as though the lordship of that water belonged to them and not to the king. By K. and by pet. of C.
April 5. Westminster.
The like to Henry Spigurnel, Henry de Cobham the younger, and John de Burne touching Thomas Colepepere of Smerehill and others indicted of felonies before the said Henry, Robert de Burgherssh and John de Northwode by virtue of a commission lately directed to the latter touching vagabonds in the counties of Kent and Sussex.
April 6. Westminster.
The like to William Martyn, Henry Spigurnel, Gilbert de Knovill, Roger de Bella Fago and Thomas de la Hyde, touching vagabonds in the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Hereford, Worcester, Salop, Stafford, Wilts and Southampton, and those who hire them to maltreat and kill others in fairs, markets and other places in those counties out of hatred and malice, or because of being put on assizes, juries, recognisances and inquisitions, whereby the latter dare not speak the truth; touching those who give gifts and maintain malefactors, those who, by reason of their power and lordship, take any persons into their protection and advowson, and who extort money by threats, according to the ordinance made by the king and council in parliament; and touching felonies as to which inquisitions were made before Henry de Cobeham, Thomas Paynel, Hugh de Sancto Phileberto and John Randolf in the counties of Wilts and Southampton. By K. & C.
Vacated, because otherwise below.
April 8. Westminster.
Commission to Master Richard de Abyndon and Henry de Cobham to go to the town of New Sarum and assess the tallage there, and to appoint persons to collect and deliver the same to S. bishop of Salisbury, in pursuance of a charter of Henry III. to the citizens there that the bishops should receive the same whenever tallage is assessed in the king's demesnes; notwithstanding that the citizens surrendered their liberties into the king's hands in the parliament at Westminster; and the com missioners are to certify the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer of what they do.
April 11. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Sutton, William Trussel and Roger Sprengehose on complaint by Alice, late the wife of Peter Corbet, that Peter son of Peter Corbet, Reginald de Chavernes, John of the Brok, Walter le Recevour, Robert le Harpur, Henry le Prude, William Purdieu, William Smart, William Walymot and others prevented her bailiffs of the third part of the liberty of Caus and Munsterlee, co. Salop, which she holds in dower by gift of her late husband, from holding cognisance of pleas in her court of her men and tenants of her said third part, and from doing justice for them in the said court, and from receiving amercements there from them; distrained her said men and tenants for amercements in which they were amerced in the said Peter's courts of Caus, Munsterlee, Wontenoure, Worthyn, and Yokelthull; broke her park at Fenyton by Caus, and led away some beasts impounded there, and an ox of hers found at Munsterlee; entered her free chace at Wontenoure and took from her hunters a buck which had been taken by them, hunted therein and carried away deer; carried away her goods at Shelve and assaulted her men there. By K. on the information of the earl of Lincoln.
April 3. Westminster.
The like to Roger le Brabazun and William de Bereford on petition by the prior of Tuttebury to the king and council that Michael de Meldon, John de Miners, William Bordeleys, Richard Puz, Roger de Rossington, Roger le Gardiner, John Acard (alias Achard), Thomas de Heghham, Thomas Astel of Rolleston, Robert Astel, William Engulini, Elias de Stapelton, Stephen Lesing of Barton, William Wildegos, Henry Richard, Nicholas Wildegos, John Howyn and Henry Godi with others broke the doors of his houses at Merston, Broghton, Duvebrugge, Esemundeston, Elvaston, Holinton and Edulveston, co. Derby, entered them and took his beasts of the plough and other beasts and kept them impounded until he made fine; prevented him from carrying his corn to the value of 60l. in his fields at Scropton in autumn so that it remained until the following Easter and was totally spoilt; caused him to be summoned, distrained and attached on frivolous causes at Thomas, earl of Lancaster's hundred of Appeltre, in the name of the earl, some of the above persons being bailiffs of the earl, and caused him to be amerced in spite of his answering the said frivolous charges, and extorted 25l. from him; tore up and carried away the piles in his soil at Duvebrigg, and the posts (frixos) and wattles put there for the defence of his land from inundations of the river of Duve. By K. and pet. of C.
April 7. Westminster.
The like to John de Buteturte, William Haward, Peter Malorre and Nicholas Fermbaud on complaint by Adam le Chesemangere, burgess of Bristol, that Thomas de Berkleye, Maurice de Berkleye, Richard Sone, John le Barber, and William le Parker, clerk, with others assaulted him in his house at Bristol, co. Gloucester, beat him, dragged him out and threw him into a cesspool. By K. and pet. of C.
April 7. Westminster.
The like to Roger de Brabanzoun and William de Bereford on complaint by the prior of Tuttebury, by petition before the king and council, that Michael de Meldon and the above-mentioned persons took the horses of his carts and the beasts of his ploughs with the carts and ploughs and other beasts at Tuttebury and Hambiri, co. Stafford, led them away, and detained them, so that a great part of the animals died, the carts and ploughs rotted and his land remained uncultivated; beat his men and servants in the priory, bound them and carried them to the castle of Tuttebiry, and kept them in prison there until some of the richer ones made fine, while those who were not rich enough to make fine were put in irons and taken to Kenilworth castle, co. Warwick, and kept there half a year and more, by reason whereof the prior's, bailiffs and other servants were terrified and withdrew from his service, and his adherents dared no longer remain in his service; caused him to be summoned at Thomas, earl of Lancaster's court of Tuttebiri on frivolous charges and 25l. to be extorted from him.
April 18. Westminster.
Association of Walter de Gilling on a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Henry Spigurnel and Walter de Huntingfel touching the persons who burnt the houses of Geoffrey de la Lee at Brantefeld and Stapelford.
April 6. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William Martyn, Henry Spigurnel, Gilbert de Knovill, Roger de Bella Fago and Thomas de la Hyde, touching vagabonds; to the same effect as above on membrane 10d. By K. & C.
The like to the following in the following counties :—
May 28. Banstead.
and the latter are to hear and determine all felonies with respect to which inquisitions were made before Robert de Burghersh, Henry de Cobeham, the younger, and John de Northwode in the counties of Sussex, Surrey and Kent. By K. & C.
The last entry is vacated because afterwards these letters were surrendered by the said Roger.
July 30. Leeds.
The like to William de Bereford, Roger de Hegham and Peter Malorre, touching vagabonds in the last mentioned places.
Memorandum that the king in his parliament at Westminster, in his 33rd year, after an ordinance made by him and his council for preserving the peace in the realm and for inquiring touching homicides, robberies, arsons, depredations and divers other felonies and trespasses against the peace in divers counties, enjoined by word of mouth upon Sir Roger le Brabazon that he, as chief justice of pleas before the king and as supplying the king's place, should, together with William de Bereford, Roger de Hegham and Peter Mallore, attend to the enquiry touching such felonies in the city of London, and the counties of Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Middlesex, and should not omit, by reason of holding the pleas before the king, to hear and determine, together with them, such felonies as though they were pleas before the king.
This memorandum is enrolled on the dorse of the Close Rolls for the 33rd year.
April 8. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Sutton, William Trussel and Roger Sprengehose, on complaint by Alice, late the wife of Peter Corbet, that Peter son of Peter Corbet, Reginald de Chavernes and Cadogan Voil and others ejected her from her tenements in Baghhaltref, Cregeon and Thornbury, and carried away her goods at Thornbury, caused her men of Overgorther, Nethergorther and Baghhaltref, not being of the lordship of the said Peter son of Peter, to be amerced in his courts of Overgorther, Nethergorther and Baghhaltref and to be distrained for such amercements. The jury is to consist of men of the liberties of Edmund son and heir of Richard, earl of Arundel, of Temesete; of Griffith son and heir of Owen, sometime lord of Powys, of Powys; both wards in the king's custody; of Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son, of Montgomery; and of Roger de Mortuo Mari, of Kery and Kedewy. By K. on the information of the earl of Lincoln.
April 16. Westminster.
The like to Hugh le Despenser, Henry Spigurnel and John Abel, by jury of Essex, Hertford, Wilts, Surrey, Sussex, Somerset, Kent and Buckingham touching the persons who broke the parks of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, at Hadleye, Haveryng, Reylee and la Neyland, co. Essex, Berkhamstede, co. Hertford, Devizes, co. Wilts, Guldeford and Banstede, co. Surrey, Wrtleye and Maresfeld, co. Sussex, Camel, co. Somerset, Ledese co. Kent, Riseberge, co. Buckingham, hunted therein and carried away deer.
March 28. Westminster.
The like to Roger de Suthcote and William de Staunton, on complaint, by William Prudhome that Master Walter de Stapeldon and Richard his brother took him at Wonford, co. Devon, and kept him in prison until he enfeoffed them of all his lands in Wonford and Upton. By K. at the instance of William Martyn, on the information of J. de Bensted.
April 16. Westminster.
The like to William Inge, Roger de Bella Fago and Roger de Suthcotes, on complaint by Henry son of Neel that William de Scalebrok, Robert de Luches, Laurence de Luches, Thomas de Luches, William de Craneford, John Quatremeyns, Robert Neel, John le Moigne, Nicholas de Lacheford, William de Hauvill, John Bate of Little Milton, and Edmund de Burton, at the procurement of Gilbert Wace and Richard de Luches by conspiracy held between them at Thome, indicted him of the death of John Eyse and Agues, late the wife of John le Thecchere, who at the time of the indictment and long afterwards were alive, and also of the death of Juliana Hogebrayn and John Nicholesman, who never yet were born, and so caused him to be taken and imprisoned; and depastured his corn at Little Hasle, co. Oxford. By fine made.
April 26. Westminster.
Association of Henry Spigurnel with Robert de Burghersh and Robert de Passelegh in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter, touching trespasses committed against Richard Godwyne, William de Upton and Roger Sport, by the prior of St. Martin's aux Bois, Theobald, prior of Okeburn, and Walter de Rokesleye and others at Ho; and touching like trespasses committed by them against Geoffrey le Palmer at Ho.
April 10. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William Martyn, Roger de Suthcote, Roger de Bella Fago and Thomas de Sweyneseye, touching the persons who entered the park of John de Benstede, king's clerk, at Ermyngton, co. Devon, while he was staying by the king's side, on his service, hunted therein and carried away deer.
April 7. Westminster.
The like to John de Buteturte, William Haward, Peter Malorre and Nicholas Fermbaud, on complaint by William Randolf, late mayor of the town of Bristol, that Thomas de Berkleye and Maurice de Berkley, usurping the fee and lordship in the street of Radeclivestrete in that town, maltreated the burgesses of that street because they refused to do suit or to answer for trespasses committed there at the court which the said Thomas and Maurice claim to have in Radeclivestrete; and because the mayor defended the said men and burgesses as he ought against the said Thomas and Maurice, they and Matthew de Clivedon, Roger de Stapelbrigge, Waiter le Bayly of Clyvedon, Walter le Baylifvesman of Clyvedon, Thomas le Baylif of Alre, John son of John Bisshop, Walter Pach, William Vreure, John Makebost of la Hulle, Stephen le Muner of Clyvedon, William Sengle, Anselm le Muner of Wynefrid, Thomas le Messer of Walton, Roger Mayel, John Notelyng, William de Henton, clerk, Robert Sturdy, Walter 'Rogeresclerk de Stapelbrigg,' John de Spayne the younger, Roger de Aldewyk, Richard Huntepage, Adam le Messer of Wrington, John Pent, Nicholas de Coriet, John Wyther and Peter de Bradeston with others assaulted him in the fair of Dundrey at Chyu, and broke his shins so that the marrow came out.
April 18. Westminster.
The like to Peter Malorre and Ralph de Sandwyco, touching the death of Bertram Amavyn in the city of London, whereof Peter de Bleyves is indicted : the coroners of the city are to send the indictment and the keeper of the Flete prison the said Peter before them. By K.
April 23. Westminster.
The like to Thomas de Metham and William de Huk', touching persons of Yorkshire who take salmon in the waters of Humber, Use, Trente, Done, Ayre, Derwent, Wherf, Nidde, Yore, Swale and These and other waters where salmon are to be taken, between September 8 and Martinmas, and who take little salmon with nets and other engines between the middle of April and Midsummer against the statute.
April 15. Westminster.
The like to Robert de Tillol and James de Dalilegh, on complaint by the collectors and receivers of victuals in the parts of Carlisle that whereas a ship laden in Ireland with wine, corn and other goods, in coming to Scotland for the maintenance of the king's subjects in the war there and for the munition of castles in those parts, was wrecked at Shunburnesh and 30 tuns of wine and one of wheat were cast on the sea coast between the abbey of Holmcoltran and land of Richard de Kirkebrid, in the county of Cumberland, certain malefactors of those parts broke the tun of corn and carried it and the said tuns of wine away and consumed them. By pet. of C.
April 8. Westminster.
Commission to William de Carleton, William de Ormesby and William Haward, on behalf of the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, Norwich, to enquire touching a plot there once called the land of St. Michael, now called 'Tomeland' and 'Ratunrowe,' which they hold by grant of William, sometime king of England, and which the citizens of Norwich claim as belonging to their liberty of the said town. They are to survey the plot, and inspect the muniments, and hear the pleas of both parties, if necessary by jury of Norfolk, touching the right, property, bounds and possession thereof, and send their inquisition to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.
April 20. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Peter Malorre, Walter de Gloucestre and John de Foxle, on complaint by John Crispyn, keeper of the hospital of St. Giles without London, co. Middlesex, of the king's patronage, touching the persons who broke the locks of the gates, removed the king's deputies, put others in their place, and carried away papal letters, charters, writings and muniments. By K.
April 28. Hornsey. (Haryngtye.)
The like to Roger de Hegham of Welle and Ranulph de Fryskeneye, on complaint by Robert de Godesfeld of Sutton, that Philip Chaucy, Edmund Chaucy, Edmund de Eyncourt, William his son, Roger Wythsoue and Geoffrey de Benyngworth with others assaulted him at Skykeswald, co. Lincoln. By fine of 100s. made at the Exchequer.
May 6. Langley.
The like to John Buteturte, William Haward and Lambert de Trikyngham, on complaint by the abbot of Thorneye that Godfrey, abbot of Peterborough, Richard Richard, Hugh de Westwode, Robert de Walton, John de Bremynghirst, Geoffrey Maddesone, Walter de Ketene and others broke the close of his manor at Yakesleye, co. Huntingdon, and there and in his free warren of Thorneye, hunted and carried away hares and rabbits; broke his pound at Wodeston, co. Huntingdon, where he had impounded a horse doing damage there, and led the horse away, and took one of his horses worth 100s. at Eye, in the town of Peterborough, co. Northampton, and 360 of his sheep worth 40l. in his pasture at Northburgh, co. Northampton, and impounded them, so that the horse and many sheep died; and lately by night raised a dyke across the high road at Eye abovesaid leading from Peterborough and the parts of Stamford to the abbey of Thorneye, co. Cambridge (which is surrounded by marshes and fresh waters), and used by the abbot and his predecessors for carrying corn and other necessaries from his manors and elsewhere and so prevented him from using it. It was sealed at another time by p.s.
May 14. Harrow.
Commission to the same to enquire touching an enclosure made by the abbot of Peterborough by colour of the lordship of the manor of Torpel, co. Northampton, which the king demised to him at farm, and by his predecessors being tenants by like colour, to wit, divers marshes and plots amounting to 2,000 acres and more, some of which are appurtenant to the manor and some not, which they have enclosed in a great high dyke; and the commissioners are to certify the king thereof. By C.
April 5. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Burghersh and Richard de Walsingham, by jury of Kent, Sussex, Norfolk and Suffolk, touching discords between the barons of the Cinque Ports and the burgesses of Great Yarmouth which have arisen since 3 March last, when the parties submitted to the king and council making peace between them, and until 12 April; after which date fixed penalties will be inflicted for such trespasses, as is contained in the ordinance. By K. & C.
April 28. Hornsey.
The like to Robert de Burghersh, constable of Dover Castle, and warden of the Cinque Ports, touching a complaint by William de Leyton, William de Kancia, Richard Cristemasse and John de Dunstaple, citizens and merchants of the city of London, by petition before the king and council, that whereas they lately freighted a ship at Calais for England, some mariners and men of Sandwich, co. Kent, in a ship called le Snak of Sandwich, which the barons of that port has by the king's order selected and sent to sea for the security of merchants and others crossing, came out and attacked their said ship at St. Margaret, Steyres, and carried away 250l. sterling and other goods to the value of 20 marks 6s. 8d. By pet. of C.
May 3. St. Albans.
The like to William Inge and Richard de Walsingham, in accordance with the king's intention before lately crossing to Flanders, touching grievances committed in the king's name on the people, in the counties of Lincoln, Rutland, Northampton, Norfolk and Suffolk; and they are to enquire by jury of those counties and in conjunction with clerks and religious deputed by diocesans of the places, touching things taken in churches, wools, fells, hides, corn, flesh, fish, and all manner of goods in churches, and without, as well by clerks as by lay, whether for keeping the sea or in any other way since the war with the king of France. By K.
In like manner were assigned certain justices in the 26th year, and the form then delivered to them is enrolled there.
May 11. Watford.
Association of Gilbert de Roubyri in a commission of oyer and terminer directed 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, hunted therein and carried away deer.
May 22. Kempton.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William le Vavasur, John de Insula and Adam de Middelton, on complaint by the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England that whereas he and his predecessors had by charter of Henry III. confirmed by the king, the goods of their fugitive and condemned men, and the prior has power to put himself in seisin thereof, and the prior accordingly caused the goods of Robert Mawe of Benyngworth, his man and tenant, to the value of 100l. in his fee at Horncastre to be seized immediately after his flight for the death of Simon le Pestour of Horncastre, Robert de Beningworth, parson of the church of Wolingham, with a multitude of men-at arms and others, with pennon flying, came to the town of Horncastre and carried away the said goods as well as other goods to the value of 100l. without the fee of the said prior, whereof the townships of Horncastre, Thymelby, Conyngesby by Tateshale, and Askeby were charged to answer the king. By K. at the instance of Nicholas de Burton and it was granted at Kenyngton.
May 21. Kempton.
Association of John de Bauquell, in the room of Henry Spigurnel, with Henry de Cobeham and John de Burue in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter touching Thomas Culpeper, Hugh de Smerehel and others found guilty before Henry de Cobbeham, the younger, Robert de Burghershe and John de Northwode, lately appointed to enquire touching vagabonds in the counties of Kent and Sussex.
May 12. Watford.
Commission to Ralph de Hengham and Elias de Bekyngham to cause to be recited before them a plea of unjust detention of Clerekin Filingni of London, against Agnes daughter of Geoffrey de Norton, which was in the hustings, and to correct the error, if any, therein.
May 22. [Kempton.]
Association of John Randolf, in the room of Roger de Suthcote, deceased, with Hervey de Staunton in a commission of oyer and terminer, touching the persons who entered the park of Thomas, bishop of Exeter, in the county of Southampton, hunted therein and carried away deer.