Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward I: Volume 4, 1301-1307. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1898.
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1305. Nov. 21. Wallingford.
Association of William de Bereford with Roger le Brabazon and his fellows, justices of pleas before the king, in a commission directed to the latter touching trespasses against the peace in the counties of Surrey and Sussex.
Nov. 22. Caversham.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Hugh de Louthre and Thomas de Fissheburn touching the persons who entered the king's free chaces and parks of Knaresburgh, co. York, after the death of Edmund sometime earl of Cornwall, hunted therein and carried away deer.
It was afterwards renewed under date 24 May.
Dec. 4. Kempsford.
The like to Robert de Burgherssh and William Howard touching the persons who broke the close of Thomas de Caumvill, king's yeoman, when he was on the king's service and under his protection, at Buckyngfold, co. Kent, cut down the trees, fished in his stew and carried away fish and other goods. By p.s.
Nov. 29. Oseney.
Association of William Inge in the room of William de Carleton, with William de Bereford and William Haward, in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter, on complaint by the abbot of St. Edmunds, touching the persons who, together with Nicholas Fuk, John de Hockewold and others, committed trespasses against the abbot; the jury to be of Suffolk.
March 6. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Insula and John de Anesle, by jury of the county of Derby, touching the death of Margery daughter of John le Wolfhunte of Wormhull, whereof Joan wife of Richard Daniel is indicted.
1306. Dec. 24. Kingston Lacy.
The like to William de Bereford and William Haward touching the persons who by night entered the houses which the abbot of St. Edmunds had with the king's licence caused to be built at Henhowe, co. Suffolk, wherein to hold the pleas arising within the abbot's liberty of the eight hundreds and a half, burnt a mill at Babbewell, threw down and out to pieces his gallows at Westle within the said liberty for execution of felons condemned in the court of the said hundreds. By K.
Dec. 26. Kingston Lacy.
Association of John Buteturte with William de Bereford and William Haward in the above commission. By K.
Dec. 27. Kingston Lacy.
Commission to William de Ormesby and Richard de Walsingham to deliver the gaol of the Tower of London of Matilda, late the wife of Thomas de Belhus, imprisoned there for the death of her husband.
1306. Jan. 20. Bindon.
Association of Lambert de Thrikyngham with Peter Malorre and John Dabernun in a commission of oyer and terminer touching the persons who broke the park of Hugh [le Despenser] at Wockyng, co. Surrey.
Jan. 21. Bindon.
The like of Nicholas de Warrewyk, in the room of Peter Malorre, with Gilbert de Roubiry in a commission to the latter to cause to be recited before them the record and process of a jury which William de Hertillebiry, late parson of the church of St, Peter, Cornhull, London, arramed before the justices of the Bench at York against Ralph de Honilane, 'orfevre' to recognise whether a messuage, three shops and a soler in London were the frank almoin of his church or the lay fee of the said Ralph, which jury was, in accordance with the franchise of the city, returned to be taken before the mayor and sheriffs, and to correct the error, if any, therein.
Jan. 25. Bindon.
The like of Peter Malorre with Robert de Burghersh and Robert de Passeleye in a commission of oyer and terminer touching the trespasses committed against Roger Sprot, Geoffrey le Palmer and Richard de Cholillond by the prior of St. Martin aux Bois, Theobald prior of Okeburn, Walter de Rokesle and others.
Jan. 21. Bindon.
The like of Nicholas de Warrewyk, in the room of Walter de Gloucestre, with William Inge, Walter de Pederton, in a commission of oyer and terminer, by jury of the land of Guwer and the town of Sweyneseye, touching the trespasses, injuries and grievances of the men and tenants of William de Brewosa at the hands of the said William, and the custom of giving judgments in the courts of those parts. By C.
The like, by jury of the counties of Kermerdyn and Cardigan, the land and town of Haverford and the land of Penbrok, with respect to (1) a plea which was adjudged before the king and council between the king and the said William touching the royal jurisdiction which the said William claims in his land of Guwer, whereof the record is enclosed; (2) pleas of his men and tenants of Gower and Sweyneseye touching injuries and grievances at his hands, whereof a commission of oyer and terminer was issued by the king and council to William Inge and Walter de Pederton, and John de Havering, and Roger de Suthcote, whereof the records are also enclosed.
Feb. 1. Lyndhurst.
Commission to William de Carleton to enquire by jury of the county of York whether the dean and chapter of St. Peter's, York, have used the liberties granted to them by charter of Henry III., confirmed by the king, and if not, by whom the same have been used.
Jan. 29. Frome Everard.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William Martyn, Gilbert de Knovill, Henry Spygurnel and Roger de Bella Fago touching the persons who entered the manor of James de Oxton at Bryxham, co. Devon, broke a chest there, and carried away charters and writings.
Feb. 1. Lyndhurst.
Commission de walliis et fossatis to John le Bretun and William de Wauton in the county of Essex.
Feb. 20. Winchester.
Association of William de Bereford and Peter Mallore in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Robert de Burghersh and Robert de Passeleye, on complaint by Roger Sprot that the prior of St. Martin aux Bois, Theobald prior of Okeburn, and Walter de Rokesle and others, by night, broke his houses at Ho, co. Sussex, carried away his goods, prevented him from cultivating and sowing his lands, and drove away his beasts.
The like, with respect to complaints by the following men of Ho, Richard Cholilond, William de Upton, Geoffrey le Palmer, and Richard Godwyne.
Feb. 22. Winchester.
Commission de walliis et fossatis to Henry Warden, John Abel, and Robert de Passeleye, at Peveneseye, co. Sussex.
March 1. Bishop's Sutton.
The like to William de Bereford, John Randolf, and Philip de Hoyvill, touching the persons who entered the park of John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, at Eston Crok, co. Southampton, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.
April 23. Wolvesey.
Commission to Robert son of Payn and Adam atte Stock, on complaint by John Peny, Thomas de Shelvyng, Walter le Taverner, and William Motun, merchants and barons of the port of Sandwich, that whereas they laded a ship called le Cristofre at Bordeaux with goods for London, and in coming to England towards Purbyk the ship was wrecked near Corfe Castle, but some men and two dogs came to shore alive, whereby it could not be considered to be wreck of the sea, yet some men of the county of Dorset cut the ship and gear to pieces, and carried away the goods. By p.s.
April 18. Winchester.
Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Insula and Thomas de Fyssheburn, by jury of Northumberland, touching the death of Henry de Bilton, whereof Beatrice late the wife of Roger de Claveryngg is indicted. By fine of 100s. made with the Chancellor.
April 18. Winchester.
Association of Peter Malorre, in the room of Henry de Percy, William Howard and John Buteturte, who have to be at Stratford atte Bogh on Monday next for other business of the king, with Walter de Gloucestre, in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter touching trespasses in the park, chaces and warrens of John de Warenna, kinsman and heir of John de Warenna, sometime earl of Surrey, tenant in chief, while they were in the king's hands during his minority.
April 17. Winchester.
To the same effect as above.
April 17. Winchester.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph de Hengham, Nicholas de Warrewyk, and John le Blund touching certain tenements in the city of London, wherein Master Jordan Moraunt entered without licences after they had been taken into the king's hands.By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.
May 1. Winchester.
The like to Peter Malorre, Henry de Guldeford, and John de Batesford, in the room of William Inge, William de Craye, and Thomas de Chaucombe, touching the persons who entered William de Brewosa's free chace of St. Leonard's, and the park of Beaubussun, co. Sussex, while he was in Scotland on the king's service.
May 1. Winchester.
The like to Robert de Burghersh and John de Northwode, touching the persons who broke the close of Thomas de Caumvill, king's yeoman, while he was on the king's service, at the manor of Buckingfold, co. Kent, which he holds of the king for life, cut down the trees, fished in the stew, and carried away fish. It is altered by the Chancellor.
May 26. Westminster.
The like to Henry de Guldeford, Thomas de Shefeld, and Henry Scrop, in the room of William de Bereford and his fellows, lately appointed justices to hold assizes within the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, touching the birth of John son of John de Maydenstane, who brought an assize before the latter against Anthony bishop of Durham, as to two parts of the manor of Thorp Theules, and against Avelina late the wife of Robert de Thorp as to the third part, as to which Avelina vouched the bishop to warranty. The bishop in the pleadings objected that John was a bastard; whereupon it was commanded, as of course, to Robert archbishop of Canterbury, in whose diocese John had his origin, to make enquiry. The record and process held before the said justices and the archbishop's certificate are sent herewith.
May 25. Westminster.
The like to William de Bereford, Nicholas de Warrewik, and Walter de Aillesbury, on complaint by Richard de Middelton, that whereas he caused the beasts of John de Lyuns to be seized by Richard Tilbay, John de Walton, Richard Burgeys, William le Fevre, Ralph Howes, John Howes. William son of Ralph and Simon son of Margery, his servants, at Warkeworth, co. Northampton, the said John, Nicholas and Richard his brothers, Ralph le Stedeman, Thomas de Prewes, Simon Abbot, Walter de Machun, William Golafre the elder and younger, Peter de Montibus, Peter de Burle, Adam Osbern, William Ballard, Henry West, Walter Blaunchard, Richard de Tademarton, Henry Abbot of Ocle, John son of Walter Peres and William his brother, William le Childerle, Richard son of Nicholas Rolf, William son of Richard le Muner, Richard son of Agnes de Lyuus, Adam le Kyng, Richard Pavy, Alan Felicen, John Pawadyn, John son of Walter Brende, and Richard his brother, Robert Hethewy, Thomas Pavy, Giles le Hirde, Nicholas son of Nicholas Rolves, Walter son of Roger le Taillur, Walter Gerard, John his son, Nicholas le Skynner, Walter son of Nicholas Gerard, Richard son of John de Lodewell, William de Byfeld, William Hethewy, William Pacy, Walter son of Richard Blaunchard, Nicholas son of Richard Golafre, Nicholas de Smerekervere, Walter Ballard, William son of Richard Golafre, Geoffrey Bek, William le Longe, Adam son of John Heynes, John Heynes, Thomas son of Nicholas le Muner, Nicholas son of Nicholas le Muner, Thomas de Coteford, Richard Robert, Richard son of Nicholas de Lynns, Richard Golafre, Adam son of Nicholas de Smerekervere, Walter son of Henry West, Adam Chichely, Peter Gerard, John Lamberd, William son of Peter Gerard, Walter Chichely, Agnes la Noreis, Agnes Gilly, Matilda daughter of Nicholas le Carpenter, Emma daughter of Walter Peres, and Juliana daughter of Nicholas le Carpenter, rescued the same, and assaulted his said servants.
May 28. Westminster.
Association of Peter Mallorre, in the room of Henry de Percy, William Howard, and John Buteturte, with Walter de Gloucestre, in a commission of oyer and terminer, directed to the latter, touching trespasses in the parks and chaces of John de Warenna, kinsman and heir of John de Warenna, sometime earl of Surrey, tenant in chief, while they were in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir.
May 30. Westminster.
The like of Henry de Sutton, in the room of Thomas de Fissheburn, engaged on the affairs of Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln, with Peter de Malo Lacu, Edmund de Eyncourt, William le Vavassur, and John de Insula, touching trespasses against the peace in the counties of York, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancaster, Nottingham, Derby, Warwick, Leicester, and Lincoln.
June 3. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Ormesby and Giles de Munpinzoun, on complaint by Arnold Lupi de Tillio that, notwithstanding that he was under the king's protection, divers malefactors entered his houses at Suthcrek and Marsham, co. Norfolk, and carried away his goods. By K. on the information of the treasurer.
May 30. Westminster.
The like to William de Mortuo [Mari] and Roger de Bella Fago, on complaint by Henry Russel of Whitewell, that Walram Wulf, John de Tykincote, Hugh de Swafeld, William de Overton, chaplain, John Braban Hugh de Alverton, Eustace Malherbe, Clement de Melton, Gilbert de Cotesmore, Henry de Milton, Hugh Alvery, John de Melton, Roger de Ringestede, Henry de Empingham, John Appelton, William de Apethorp, Robert le Blunt, Roger de Scotelthorp, Bernard Bonde, John de Leycestre, Geoffrey de Burton, and William Wyther assaulted him at Staunford, co. Lincoln, took him to Lincoln and imprisoned him there, and carried away his goods. By p.s. which is on the files.
June 6. Westminster.
The like to Hugh de Louther, Alexander de Cave and Adam de Middelton, touching the persons who have, at divers times, entered the parks of Peter de Malo Lacu of St. Julians and Multgreve, co. York, since Midsummer, 22 Edward I. By K.
June 14. Garston.
The like to William Martyn, Henry Spygurnel, Gilbert de Knovill, Roger de Bella Fago and Thomas de la Hyde on complaint by Walter de Beissyn, touching the persons who ejected him from a messuage and two carucates of land in la Bolde by Wyrketon, co. Salop, which Adam de la Bolde lately leased to him for four years. By p.s.
June 14. Garstons (Garston).
The like to the same on complaint by John de Haverynges that Adam de la Bolde, Richard de Harlegh, William le Forester, Henry his brother, William de Wylyleye and Nicholas Richerdesserchaunt ejected him from the above premises, which were leased to him for four years by Walter de Beyssyn. By p.s.
[June 6. Westminster.]
The like to William de Ormesby, John le Bretun and Richard de Walsyngham, touching the persons who entered the park of Edmund, earl of Arundel, of Milham, co. Norfolk, while it was in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the earl, hunted therein and carried away deer, and cut down and carried away trees.
The like to the same, on behalf of Henry de Percy, Oliver de Wyssete and brother John de Burn, executors of the will of John de Warenna, sometime earl of Surrey, touching the persons who entered the park and chace of Gymyngham and the warrens of Methelwode, Theford, Castelacre, and Sculthorp, co. Norfolk, hunted therein and carried away deer, bares, and rabbits, and fished in the fisheries of Gymyngham, Methelwode and Rademore, co. Norfolk, and carried away fish, while they were in the king's hands by reason of the minority of John de Warenna, the present earl of Surrey, and in the custody of the said executors.
May 6. Westminster.
Association of William de Bereford, Roger de Hegham and Peter Mallore in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to Roger le Brabazon, as well touching felonies and trespasses in the city of London and the counties of Kent, Surrey, Sussex and Middlesex, for the execution of an ordinance made by the king and Council in parliament, as touching all assizes, juries and certifications arramed during the stay of the said Roger in those counties, and for the delivery of the gaols therein.
June 16. St. Albans.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Guichard de Charrun, Henry de Guldeford and Geoffrey de Hertrepol, in the room of William de Bereford and Roger de Heghham, who are otherwise engaged, touching pleas in the liberty of the bishopric of Durham for the time that it remained in the king's hands before its restitution to A. bishop of Durham, some of which were already begun before the latter. By C.
July 2. Preston Deanery.
The like to Gilbert de Roubury, Henry Spygurnel and Walter de Mulesworthe, touching the persons who broke the houses and chests of John de Lyndhurst at Bychyndon, co. Buckingham, and carried away goods, rolls, tallies and muniments that were therein.
July 10. Easton.
Commission to John de Aungeerill and John de Folevill to make the following enquiries with respect to the prison in the town of Leicester, which Thomas, earl of Lancaster, in the parliament at Lincoln, 29 Edward I. granted that the king might have there, so that prisoners need no longer be taken out of the county to the prison of Warwick, to wit, what money has been received from the commonalty of the county for the purchase of a plot of land in Leicester whereon to build the prison, how much for the building and repair thereof, how much has been expended and in whose hands the residue remains. Before the earl's grant a large sum of money had been collected for the purpose, and the king commanded Philip de Gayton, then sheriff, to enquire how much, and in whose hands it remained, and to apply the same, and, if necessary, levy further sums for the purchase of the abovementioned plot and the building of the prison; but succeeding sheriffs have omitted to complete it, so that prisoners are still taken to the Warwick gaol.
July 16. Grantham.
Commission de walliis et fossatis to John de Bauquell and Masters Richard de Abyndon and John de Wengrave along the Thames near Bermundeseye, in the counties of Kent and Surrey.
July 9. Easton.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Bella Fago and Master Richard de Abbyndon, touching the persons who assaulted John de Trumpton at Adewell, co. Oxford, and carried away his goods. By p.s.
July 16. Grantham.
Commission to Roger Brabazun and Gilbert de Roubiry, on complaint by Gilbert de Asshendon, to cause to be recited before them the record and process of a plea which was before the mayor and sheriffs of London, between Theobald de Merk and the said Gilbert, touching the unjust detention of the goods of the said Theobald.
July 16. Grantham.
Association of Ralph de Sandwico and Roger de Bella Fago, in the room of William de Bereford and Roger de Hegham, with Peter Mallore, to deliver the gaol of Neugate and to hear and determine all trespasses and felonies in the city of London.
July 16. Grantham.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Ormesby, William Inge, John de Thorp, John le Bretun and Richard de Walsyngham, on complaint by the burgesses of Great Yarmouth, that whereas goods for sale, as well fish as other goods brought to the port of Great Yarmouth, co. Norfolk, ought to be exposed for sale at the town of Great Yarmouth without forestalling or brokering, and all goods bought or sold by measure ought to be bought or sold by the king's standard delivered for that purpose by the king's bailiff of that town, and whereas the burgesses have in times past, by the king's bailiffs deputed thereto by the burgesses, made distraints and attachments and other things that have to be done in the said port, and have received amercements and other profits therefrom, and due and accustomed customs from the premisses, John de Gorveston, Bartholomew Love, William Man, Simon de Belton, Henry de Belton, John Prat, Palmer Barwere, William Cappe, John Rede, William Rede, Henry Reynald, William de Gapeton, Simon Ketelberu, John son of William de Enges, John de Weston, William Bonde, Stephen Bonde, Richard de Enges, Hugh de Byketon, Stephen Coberd, Robert Seman, John son of Bartholomew Love, William Love, Andrew Sywhat, Richard de Lund, William Hardman, William Bright, Edmund Poer, John Bybel, Bartholomew de Wynterton, Richard Tuteler, Stephen Clement, William atte Gappe, John Prestessone, Thomas de Wymedale, John atte Hull, John Berger, William de Whetecroft, John le Deneys, David Chapman, Henry Clement, Thomas his son, Adam Locke, Richard le Dekne, Robert Hughelot, Peter de Beketon, Hugh Grey, Thomas le Dekene, Henry Sywhat, Geoffrey Long Henrisone, Robert le Deneys, Robert Rok, Henry Wynny, Adam de Kyrkele, Henry Coberd, Thomas Salerne, Bartholomew Wynny, Richard de Jernemuth, Thomas Isoude, John Love, Ralph atte Ore, Laurence de Haddyngton and others of Little Yarmouth and Gorveston, usurping jurisdiction in the said port of their own authority, have made forestallings and brokerings, bought and sold goods by other measures than the standard, rescued distraints and attachments made by the above-mentioned bailiffs, extorted the profits arising from such distraints, sums for measuring, and customs on goods due to the said burgesses, and prevented the said burgesses from exercising their rights. By fine of five marks made before the treasurer.
July 22. Beverley.
The like to William de Bereford and John Neyrnuyt, touching the persons who killed John le Waleys and Robert son of William in the county of Buckingham.
Aug. 16. Morpeth.
The like to John de Clynton and Nicholas de Warrewyk, 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, entered his free chace of Sutton in Colefeld, in the counties of Warwick and Stafford, hunted therein and carried away deer, and assaulted his men.
Commission to Roger de Bella Fago. John de Diggeby and Philip de Gayton to deliver Warwick gaol of John son of Roger le Coverur of Sumerdeby and Thomas his brother, unless they are in custody by the king's special order, or were indicted before the justices of oyer and terminer in the counties of Warwick and Leicester.
Aug. 16. Morpeth.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford and. John Neyrenut, touching the persons who killed John le Waleys and John le Barbur in the county of Buckingham.
Sept. 24. West Denton.
Commission de walliis et fossatis to Thomas de Burnham, Henry de Baiocis and Roger de Cubbeldik, at Little Cotes on Humber and elsewhere in the county of Lincoln.
Sept. 24. West Denton.
Association of John Malemeyns in the room of Robert de Septerm Vannis, deceased, with William de Hastingg, Robert Paulyn and Luke de la Gate in a like commission directed to the latter for the counties of Kent and Sussex.
Oct. 7. Lanercost.
Commission of oyer and terminer to John Abel and Nicholas de Warrewyk touching the persons who broke the houses of Reginald de Wylynton, parson of the church of Wodynton, at Wodyngton, co. Surrey, carried away his beasts and goods, beat his servants and killed Thomas le Trutere, one of them, and Robert de [Sey]gelwell. By p.s.
Sept. 24. West Denton.
The like to John de Insula, William de Houk and Adam de Middelton, touching Master Henry de Carleton, John de Sculcotes, William de Hasthorp, Stephen de Carleton and Henry Maistre Henricok who, while Reginald, provost of Beverley, was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, are said to have gone to Beverley and taken Nicholas de Hull out of the hands of John de Neuton and Thomas de Rotsee, bailiffs of the said provost, when they had arrested him and were taking him as a prisoner to the prison of the provostship.
Oct. 13. Lanercost.
The like to William de Bereford, Thomas de Warblyngton and Richard de Borhunte, on complaint by John de Insula that John de Gorges, parson of the church of Newechirche, and Thomas le Noreys and others entered his free warren at Rewe, in the Isle of Wight, hunted therein and carried away hares and rabbits. By p.s.
Oct. 15. Lanercost.
The like to Edmund de Eyncourt and Richard de Furneus, in consideration of the service of John son of Robert son of Lucy de Rampton in the company of William de Bevercote, king's clerk, chancellor in Scotland, touching the indictment brought against him before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Nottingham, for the death of Hugh le Palmer of Rampton; and the said justices are commanded to send the record and process of the plea of the said indictment to them. By p.s.
Oct. 15. Lanercost.
The like to Hugh de Louther, Alexander de Cave and Adam de Middelton, touching the persons who entered the parks of Peter de Malo Lacu at Mulgref and St. Julians, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer, By p.s.
Oct. 22. Lanercost.
Association of William de Bereford, in the room of John de Insula, with Peter de Malo Lacu, Edmund Deyncurt, William le Vavassur and Henry de Sutton in a commission of oyer and terminer, directed to the latter, touching trespasses in the counties of York, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancaster, Nottingham, Derby, Warwick, Leicester and Lincoln. By the treasurer on the information of R. de Bardelby.
Nov. 4. Lanercost.
The like of Henry Spigurnel, in the room of Peter Mallorre, with William de Bereford and Roger de Heghham in a like commission, directed to the latter, in the counties of Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Middlesex and the city of London.
Nov. 22. Lanercost.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Gilbert de Knovill and Thomas de la Hyde, on complaint by Ranulph de Albo Monasterio that, while he was in Scotland under the king's protection with Edward, prince of Wales, the king's son, William Poer, coroner of the isles of Sullye, which belong to the county of Cornwall, Henry and Walter his brothers and a multitude of malefactors came to those islands and carried away his goods, arrested his men and servants, accusing them of the crime of larceny, homicide, depredation and other felonies and imprisoned them until they had extorted a great sum of money from them. By the treasurer and Council.
The like to Gilbert de Knovill and Thomas de la Hyde touching William le Poer, Henry and Walter his brothers, Nicholas de Murs, Thomas Oleron, Robert de Normensye, Ralph Pormeynoc, Robert de Porgultos, Nicholas de Porgultos, John le Taillur and Osbert le Whyte who carried away a whale of the above Ranulph thrown upon the shore in his isle of Sullye, co. Cornwall.