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1306-7, membranes 46, 45, 44, 43, 42, 41, 40, 39, 38, 37, 36, 35, 34, 33, 32, 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21

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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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35 EDWARD I.

MEMBRANE 46.

1306. Nov. 22. Lanercost.

Grant to Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, or the executors of his will, in pursuance of a late grant to him of all the lands late of James, steward of Scotland, with the forfeitures of all the lands and goods of the latter's tenants, afterwards surrendered to the king, of 4,000 marks from the custodies, as well of abbeys and priories, as of other custodies, and from the marriages that fall in, whether in England or Scotland, to wit, 2,000 marks in England and 2,000 in Scotland. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Nov. 24. Lanercost.

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

The like to Richard Oysel, escheator this side Trent.

The like to William de Bevercote, chancellor of Scotland, to send writs under the seal of Scotland to the king's escheator there.

Nov. 25. Lanercost.

Pardon to John Sete of Oxene of his outlawry for non-appearance before the king when indicted of trespasses against the peace in the county of Kent.

Nov. 22. Lanercost.

The like to Alan Tobyas, in Neugate gaol for the death of Thomas le Whelwryghte of Rughham, as it appears by the record of Ralph de Hengham and his fellows, justices of the Bench, that he killed him in selfdefence.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William le Butiller of Wemme to the abbot and convent of Alyncestre of 60 acres of heath in Hinstok and the advowson of the church there.

Nov. 26. Lancaster (sic).

Licence for William Russel to demise, for life, to Nicholas de Mortesthorn and Nicholaa his wife the manor of Kyngeston, co. Dorset, held in chief.

Nov. 26. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Burne to the abbot and convent of Glastonbury of a carucate of land and 18 acres of meadow in Budekelegh and Strete.

Nov. 24. Lanercost.

Pardon to William le Neweman of Herdewyk of his outlawry for near appearance before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Gloucester, when indicted of the death of John Russel.

Nov. 26. Lanercost.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for John Pete, merchant of Ypres, or his servants, trading in the realm. By the treasurer.

Nov. 22. Lanercost.

Pardon to Nicholas son of Hugh de Stowe of Lunderthorp of his outlawry for non-appearance before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lincoln, when indicted of the death of Ralph de Crophull. By p.s.

Nov. 22. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Upton, parson of the church of Addesham, to the canons of St. Mary's, Wengham, parsons of the chapel of Godwyneston, of two acres of land in Godwyneston, which he had acquired in fee, to build houses thereon.

Nov. 24. Lanercost.

Pardon to Walter Elys of his outlawry for non-appearance before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Huntingdon, when indicted of the robbery of a mill at Aynesbury.

Nov. 26. Lanercost.

John de Balsham, canon of Holy Trinity, Dublin, and Nicholas de Kynton, canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, bringing news of the death of Richard de Feringes, archbishop of those places, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Nov. 28. Lanercost.

Pardon to John de Lasewell and Alice his wife for acquiring, for their lives, a virgate and a half of land with a close and pasture for eight oxen in Stony Eston, co. Somerset, from Bartholomew Peytevyn, who held them in chief, and restitution to him of the same.

Nov. 26. Lanercost.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Lincoln, for the prior and convent of St. Catherine's without Lincoln to lead the water from a well in the field of Canewyk to their house by an underground aqueduct.

MEMBRANE 45.

Nov. 22. Lanercost.

Licence for Agnes, late the wife of Hugh de Gerunde, tenant in chief, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by Master William de Wodeford, clerk, to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance. By bill of the Exchequer.

Nov. 22. Lanercost.

Pardon to Thomas de Preres of his outlawry for non-appearance before the king when indicted of trespasses against the peace, on condition that he surrender immediately to Canterbury gaol.

Nov. 26. Lanercost.

Power to Thomas de la Hide, steward of the county of Cornwall, and John de Reskemere, coroner of that county, appointed to buy, for the expenses of the household, 100 tuns of wine, in the hands of whatever merchants they find them, and to ship them to Skyrburnesse at the king's cost, to arrest and keep in custody in the gaol of Lanceveton castle mariners and others who refuse to bring them or to serve at the king's charges. By the treasurer on the information of W. de Bedewynd.

Nov. 26. Lanercost.

Letters for Christiana de Marisco, staving in England, nominating William son of William de Hanefeld and Robert le Waleys her attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Nov. 22. Lanercost.

Grant, in fee simple, to William de Hanyngfeld, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, and in consideration of his service in Scotland, of the following lands, lately held by Gilbert Mauduyt, the king's rebel, who was hanged by judgment of the court for adhering to Robert de Brus, the king's rebel, to wit, 16 acres of land and 2s. 2½d. rent in Hatfeld Peverel, held of Thomas de Twynsted; 3 acres of land there held of Thomas de Ultyng; 16 acres of land, an acre of wood and 7d. rent in Ultyng, held of the Master of the Knights Templars in England; 3 acres there held of John Capoun; 2 acres of land, 3 roods of meadow, and 1½ acres of pasture in Langeford, held of John de Preyeres.

Licence for the alienation in frank almoin by John de Lancastre to the abbot and convent of Stratford of two acres of land in Esthamme and the advowson of the church of that town held in chief.

Dec. 4. Lanercost.

Pardon to the abbess and nuns of Godestowe for acquiring in mortmain a messuage and three shops in Gloucester from Agnes, late the wife of John de Pershore of Gloucester; with restitution to them of the same.

Nov. 22. Lanercost.

Pardon, at the instance of Aymer de Valencia, the king's kinsman, to Baldwin del Isle, knight, for breaking the house of Thomas Brest in Opewell, co. Norfolk, and carrying away 20s., 4 stones of cheese and 24 ells of linen valued at 3s.; and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Dec. 1. Lanercost.

Writ of aid, directed to the knights, freemen, and commonalty of the county of Middlesex for Richard de Wyndesore and William de Pountz (in the room of Simon de Kensington, formerly appointed) appointed with a clerk selected by themselves to assess and collect in that county the thirtieth on goods granted by the commonalties of the counties of the realm, and the twentieth granted by the tenants of the king's demesnes, except on such goods as are usually excepted from such a subsidy, and to deliver the same to the Exchequer on the morrow of the Purification, the octaves of Trinity, and the morrow of All Souls. By K. on the information of the Treasurer.

Nov. 30. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Walter de Langeton, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, to Master Ralph de Wolverenhampton, parson of the church of Assheby David, of two messuages and a carucate of land in Assheby David and Chadeston in exchange for two other messuages and a carucate of land in the said towns.

Nov. 26. Lanercost.

Pardon to John Kyng of Suth Mallyng of his outlawry for non-appearance before William de Bereford and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Sussex, when indicted for divers felonies and trespasses on condition that he surrender Gildeford gaol.

Dec. 3. Lanercost.

The like to John de Bodrigan of the like, before William Martyn and his fellows, like justices in the county of Cornwall.

Dec. 4. Lanercost.

Grant, in fee simple, to Reginald de Carteret, of the lands sometime held by Thomas Paignel in the isle of Gereseye, as it appears by inquisition made by Otto de Grandisono, keeper of the islands of Gereseye and Gerneseye, returned into the Chancery, that they long ago came to the hands of the king's progenitors, sometime kings of England, as their escheat by forfeiture of the said Thomas, and that by the death of Robert de Melaces, who by demise of the king held them for life, they are now in the hands of the said Otto for life by demise of the king; and it having been testified before the king by John de Ditton, supplying the place of the said Otto in the said islands, that Reginald will satisfy Otto for what belongs to him therein. And, after the death of Reginald, his heirs are to pay the king and his heirs 60 pounds of petits Tournois and a pound of cumin, the extent thereof, for all service. By petition returned from the Council.

Dec. 1. Lanercost.

Simple protection, until Easter, for John, bishop of Norwich, staying beyond seas. By C.

MEMBRANE 44.

Nov. 30. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Staunton and Simon le Bakestere of 12 acres of land and 1 acre of land respectively in Asshewell to a chaplain celebrating the mass of St. Mary daily in the church there.

Dec. 4. Lanercost.

Pardon to William le Hurdman of Morton of his outlawry for nonappearance before John de Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Gloucester, when indicted of the death of John le Mareys, on condition that he surrender immediately to Gloucester gaol.

Dec. 5. Lanercost.

The like to Richard del Spitel of Suthwerk of the like for non-appearance before the king when indicted of divers felonies.

Nov. 29. Lanercost.

Grant to Walter de Bedewynd, king's clerk, of the prebend of Mumerfeld, which Nicholas le Brun, deceased, had in the free chapel of Bruges. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Master Peter de Sabaudia, dean of the free chapel of Bruges, or his vicegerent, during his absence beyond seas.

Dec. 8. Lanercost.

Safe-conduct, until Midsummer, for Philip Bourge, merchant of the society of the Mozi of Florence, dwelling in the city of London, in the seme terms as was granted 12 November, 34 Edward I. to Brachius Gerardi and Grisius de Barbarine, merchants of the society of the Pulci and Rembertini of Florence, lately dwelling in London. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

[Commission of oyer and terminer] to Hervey de Staunton and John Abel, on complaint by Margery, late the wife of Robert de Basing, touching the persons who entered the manor of Little Eystanes, which is of the inheritance of Thomas son and heir of Matthew de Lovaigne, a king's ward . . . [unfinished entry].

Vacated because on the dorse of this roll.

Nov. 24. Lanercost.

Pardon to Robert de Farleye of his outlawry for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench, on a plea of trespass of Walter le Parmenter of Oxford, in consideration of his service in Scotland, and of his finding before the king in Chancery Robert son of Adam de Hungerford and Roger son of Robert de Ripariis of the county of Berks, and John son of Robert Payn of Wynterburn, and John son of Hugh Lovel of Shaue, in the county of Wilts, to be mainpernors for his appearance before the said justices at Westminster a fortnight after Easter, if the said Walter desire to proceed against him. By p.s.

Dec. 7. Lanercost.

Ratification of a transfer by John de Weston the elder, to John de Northwode the elder, of the custody during the minority of the heir of the lands late of Ralph son of Bernard, tenant in chief.

Nov. 28. Lanercost.

Mandate to the mayor and bailiffs of Oxford to assist, when so requested, Henry de Bluntesdon, king's clerk, warden of the house of Converts, London, to levy and recover the rents and arrears in that town due to the said house.

Dec. 4. Lanercost.

Licence for Henry le Chaumberleyn to enfeoff Master Richard de Stanford and Idonia his wife of a toft and 7 virgates of land in Kyngesbrom, which are held in chief.

Dec. 3. Lanercost.

Licence for the prior and convent of Durham to enclose their wood of Acle, which is without the bounds of the forest, and to make a park thereof. By p.s.

Dec. 2. Lanercost.

Pardon to John son of Richard Underwode of his outlawry for nonappearance before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Derby, when indicted of the theft of 80 sheep of the abbot of Burton and sheep of Henry de Mapleton and Richard Penycod, and of divers larcenies and burglaries of houses, and of the death of Alan Bolneys of Assheburn; on condition that he surrender immediately to Nottingham gaol.

Dec. 10. Lanercost.

Pardon to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. James near Westminster for acquiring in mortmain a messuage, 22 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow and 14s. rent in the town of Westminster and Fuleham from William de Waudon, deceased, and 8 acres of land in the said town of Westminster from Hugh le Mareschal, deceased, with licence for them to retain the same for the maintenance of a chaplain celebrating divine service daily in the chapel of Muwes.

Mandate to William de Cumbe and William Servat, appointed to collect and receive the new custom of 40d. on wool and wool-fells, and ½ mark on the last of hides payable by merchants strangers and aliens in the city and port of London, and all places both sides the Thames as far as Greenwich, to pay all the money arising therefrom to Bertus Penuchius, Stoldus de Friscobaldis, Coppus Cotenne, and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, for the satisfaction of the king's debts to them.

MEMBRANE 43.

Dec. 13. Lanercost.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Richard de Luda, king's clerk, as comptroller of the receipt of the custom on wool, hides and wool-fells, and other goods payable by merchants strangers and aliens in the city and port of London, and he is to receive what other comptrollers were accustomed to receive. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Dec. 10. Lanercost.

Pardon to Richard de Pulhampton, clerk, for acquiring from Emelina, late the wife of Roger de Inkepenne, for the life of the said Emelina, the manor of Balatteston, which is held in chief, and which she held for life of the inheritance of Roger de Inkepenne, kinsman and heir of the above Roger.

Dec. 2. Lanercost.

Licence for William de Carleton to enfeoff Robert de Clifford of a carucate of laud in Carleton by Penreth, co. Cumberland, which is held in chief.

Nov. 30. Lanercost.

John de Cogan and Henry de Stintescombe, canons of the abbey of St. Augustine's, Bristol, bringing news of the death of James, their abbot, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Dec. 8. Lanercost.

Signification to R. bishop of London, of the royal assent to the election of John de Bruges, one of the monks, to be abbot of St. John's, Colecestre. By p.s.

Nov. 30. Lanercost.

Licence for John de Cerne and John Brokenburgh respectively to grant to William de Wanetynge and Joan his wife and the heirs of William 28 acres of land, an acre of wood, 10s. 11d. rent, and a fourth part of a messuage in Estbury held in chief.

Dec. 6. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Laurence de Bokwell to Richard Baret, parson of the church of Sturreye, and his successors, of a toft in Stureye adjoining his dwelling-place on the east side, for the enlargement thereof.

Dec. 10. Lanercost.

Appointment of Walter de Norwyco to examine, in the presence of the abbot of Langeleye, sub-collector in the archdeaconries of Norwich and Norfolk, of the tenth from the clergy in England, lately imposed by Pope Boniface VIII. the acquittances given by him for the same, as, upon his account thereof being lately made at Westminster by Thomas de Jernemuta, his fellow monk, before John de Insula and his fellows, auditors thereof, touching divers arrears, some clerks and religious assert that they fully satisfied him for the same, and pretend that divers acquittances were made by him; and the said Walter is to enroll the sums received by the abbot for the whole time that he was engaged in the collection, with the names of those who paid and the amounts paid by the persons, to whom he failed to give acquittances as he ought to have done, and to certify the said auditors thereof at Westminster a week after Hilary next. The bishop of Norwich, or his vicegerent during his absence beyond seas is to give notice to all aggrieved persons to be present. By the Treasurer.

Dec. 6. Lanercost.

Pardon to William Nicole of la Bernete of his outlawry for non-appearance before the king when indicted of the death of William Grey. By p.s.

Dec. 6. Lanercost.

Letters for Geoffrey de Campvill, staying in England, nominating Philip Jordan and John Wyn his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Dec. 10. Lanercost.

Grant to the abbot and convent of Cyrencestre that in times of voidance the prior and convent have the custody of the abbey, saving to the king knights' fees held of the abbey and advowsons of churches that fall in during the viodance, but so that the rents and yearly services of the said fees remain to the prior and convent, also saving escheats that fall in during the voidance, but so that, after a new abbot has been elected and taken his fealty, they remain to the abbot and convent. They shall render for every voidance lasting three months or less 100l., and if longer, further sums at the rate of 100l. for every three months. No sheriff, escheator, or other bailiff shall intermeddle or take more than a simple seisin, or carry anything away, or put anyone in his place to stay in the abbey. Lastly, if the king summon his army during the voidance, the prior and convent shall not be bound to do service for their own demesne knights' fees that are then in their hands, but only the knights' fees held of the abbey shall do such service.

Dec. 16. Lanercost.

Pardon to Thomas sou of William de Chitecroft of his outlawry for nonappearance before William de Bereford and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Sussex, when indicted of divers felonies, on condition that he surrender immediately to gaol.

Vacated because below in the month of June.

MEMBRANE 42.

Dec. 12. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Brichchelcye, parson of the church of Hungerton, to the abbot and convent of Leicester of a mill in Anesty.

Pardon to the following of their outlawry for non-appearance before the following justices when indicted of divers felonies, on condition that they surrender forthwith to gaol:—

Dec. 16. Lanercost.

William son of Hugh de Billebury, before William Martyn and Henry Spigurnel and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Salop, for the death of Hugh de Mortuo Mari. By p.s.

Dec. 18. Lanercost.

Alan Golde of Lemyng, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, for the death of John de Dene, carpenter, in Frithby, on condition that he surrender to York gaol.

Dec. 6. Lanercost.

Richard Ganderbyte, before the king, for divers trespasses.

[Dec. 12. Lanercost.

Richard in le Hirne, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Buckingham, for the death of William le Reve of Kynebelle. By p.s.

Dec. 20. Lanercost.

Robert de Wakeford, before the king, in the county of Surrey, for divers trespasses on condition that he surrender to Guldeford gaol. By p.s.

Adam de Clatercote of Claverdon, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Warwick, for the death of John son of Richard de Sutton, on condition that he surrender to Warwick gaol.

Dec. 22. Lanercost.

Licence for Geoffrey de Bulcote to grant, in fee simple, to John le Gaoler of Notyngham, a messuage and a bakehouse in Notyngham which are held in chief.

Dec. 20. Lanercost.

Letters for Margery, late the wife of John de Pycheford, staying in England, nominating Malcolm de Wasteneys and John de Wyke his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Dec. 16. Lanercost.

Presentation of William de Knottyngleye to the church of Kyrketon, in the diocese of Norwich.

Dec. 10. Lanercost.

Grant to Master Andrew de Tange, to whom the king granted at farm the manor of Harewod, for the time that it remains in the king's hands by reason of the minority of Robert son and heir of Warin de Insula, of the right of presenting a girl as a nun of Ardington in Whervedale, a vacancy having occurred there by the death of a nun, who was last placed there by the ancestors of the said Robert. By p.s.

Dec. 10. Lanercost.

Mandate to John de Bauquell to receive, upon his landing, Peter, bishop of Sabina, cardinal, sent to the king by the Pope, and to conduct him honourably to the king. Sheriffs, mayors, and bailiffs of the places he is expected to pass through are commanded to have victuals in great abundance exposed for sale, and sufficient carriage provided. [Fœdera.]

Safe-conduct for the cardinal, who is being conducted by the said John de Bauquell, and proclamation to be made that, upon his arrival, no victuals are to be withdrawn, or sold dearer than usual.

Request to the archbishops, bishops, abbots, priors, and the rest of the clergy to receive him courteously and benignly. John de Bauquell, to whose charge the cardinal is committed, will explain the king's desires more fully.

1307. Jan. 1. Lanercost.

Exemplification of a charter of Henry [I.] to Hugh, abbot of Selby :—

"Henricus dei gratia rex Anglorum Gerardo archiepiscopo et Ber[aldo] de Verdun et baronibus suis francis et anglis de Ewrowicescira, salutem. Sciatis me concessisse Hugoni abbati de Saleby ecclesias de Esneit et quicquid eis pertinuit tempore regis Edwardi et in tempore patris et fratis mei. Et precipio ut honorifice teneat cum sacca et socca tol et teim et ita ut inde nullum servicium faciat preter oraciones regis et ecclesie et sicut rex Willelmus precepit per brevem suum. Teste R [oberto] episcopo Lincolie et Ur [sone] de Ab [etot], apud Saresberiam in concilio, et faciat sepem curie domus ejus."

MEMBRANE 41.

Jan. 2. Lanercost.

Pardon to Richard brother of Geoffrey de Aston of his outlawry for non-appearance before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Stafford, when indicted of the theft of a cartload of corn at Sandon.

Jan. 7. Lanercost.

Signification to W. bishop of Worcester of the royal assent to the election of Edmund de Knulle, one of the canons, to be abbot of St. Augustine's, Bristol.

Jan. 5. [Lanercost.]

Grant, for life, to John Page, yeoman of the chamber, of the bailiwick of the forestership of Derewent Felles. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Robert de Clifford, justice of the forest this side Trent.

Jan. 1. Lanercost.

Exemplification of a charter of William [II.] to the abbey of St. Mary, York. [Monasticon: vol. iii. p. 547.]

Jan. 6. Lanercost.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Leicester, for Hugh Bernard of Kettelby to enclose a lane in Abbekettelby, 125 feet long and 4½ feet broad, adjoining his dwelling-place, on condition that he make a like lane on his own soil on the south side.

Jan. 1. Lauercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Geoffrey son of John Swayn of Fulford, chaplain, to the abbot and convent of St. Mary, York, of a messuage and 22 acres of land in Dighton by Escrik, and by Juetta Maunsele of 6½ acres of land in Shupton. By K. in part satisfaction of land to the value of 200l. a year, the appropriation whereof the king granted them of his grace.

Jan. 10. Lanercost.

Pardon, at the instance of Margaret, queen of England, to William son of Edward Charles for taking a horse, for the purchase whereof he had lately agreed upon a price at London, before paying for it, whereby he was indicted for theft; on condition that he satisfy the vendor for the price, and stand his trial if anyone proceed against him for felony. By p.s.

Jan. 5. Lanercost.

The like to John Carman of his outlawry for non-appearance before William de Bereford and Roger de Heghham, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Sussex, when indicted of felonies. By p.s.

Jan. 5. [Lanercost.]

Appointment of John Randolf and the sheriff of Southampton to see that the recent proclamation which the king commanded the bailiffs of Southampton to make, prohibiting anyone from taking out of the realm corn, animals, or other kinds of victuals, horses, armour, money, gold or silver plate or silver in mass, except corn and victuals out of that county to Gascony, be strictly observed throughout the county. By p.s.

The like of the following in the respective counties with mandates to the bailiffs of the following places :—

Nicholas Fermbaud and the sheriff of Somerset, Bruggewalteri.
John Moriz and the sheriff of Dorset, Weymuth and Lym.
Gilbert de Knovill and the sheriff of Devon, Plymmuth, Dertemuth, Exeter.
Henry de Bodrigan and the sheriff of Cornwall, Lostudiel.
William de Hanyngfeld and the sheriff of Essex, Colecestre.
John le Bretun and the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, Dunwich, Harwich, Ipswich, Great Yarmouth, Little Yarmouth, Blakenay, and Lenn.
Henry de Baiocis and the sheriff of Lincoln, Boston and Grymesby.
John de Sutton and the sheriff of York, Kyngeston-upon-Hul, Ravens-erodde, and Scardeburgh.
John de Camhou and the sheriff of Northumberland, Hertelpol and Newcastle-on-Tyne.

MEMBRANE 40.

Jan. 22. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Hamelin de Godelee to the dean and chapter of St. Andrews, Wells, of the manor of Knappe.

Presentation of Thomas de Cornubia to the church of la Roche, in the diocese of Exeter, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Joceus de Dynham, tenant in chief.

Jan. 19. Lanercost.

Safe-conduct for two years for the men whom the prior of St. Mary's, Carlisle, is sending in one of their ships to Ireland to purvey victuals for the maintenance of his house.

Jan. 20. Lanercost.

Pardon to David Rys of his outlawry before William Martyn and his fellows justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Devon, when indicted of the burglary of the houses of Richard Bisshop of Tengewyk and Osbert de la Stone and the carrying away of their goods, on condition that he surrender immediately to gaol.

Jan. 25. Lanercost.

Exemplification of a charter of Henry [I.] :—

"Henricus rex Angl[orum] Roberto de Lacei et omnibus baronibus suis et fidelibus de Everwicscira salutem. Sciatis quod precipio ut terra sancti Albani de comitatu Eboraci omnino sit quieta ab omni consuetudine et opore castelli et omni scolo et nullus ei inde super hoc injuriam faciat. Teste Milone episcopo, apud Salesberiam."

The scira is above the line.

Jan. 22. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William le Turner and Alice his wife to the prior and convent of Seleburn, of a messuage and 24 acres of land in la Rode.

Pardon to Richard le Charpeter of his outlawry for non-appearance before Hervey de Staunton, Roger de Suthcote and Hugh Pevtrel, justices of oyer and terminer, touching trespasses against William le Poer, coroner in the isles of Sullye, when indicted of trespasses against the king and the said coroner.

Jan. 25. Lanercost.

Pardon to Walter de Langeton, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, for acquiring in mortmain to himself and his successors divers parcels of land in Longedon and Ruggele, in exchange for like parcels, from Roger le Bedel, John son of Reginald de Halseye, Thomas le Waleys, Walter Lovet, Geoffrey de Halseye, William Inge, Richard Magot, Henry Simond, Robert Matheu, Richard le Coliere, William de Salopshire, Juliana de Alreshawe, John Ody, John le Rede, and Richard le Pottere.

Jan. 24. Lanercost.

Pardon to John Bozun of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lincoln, when indicted of divers trespasses.

Jan. 28. Lanercost.

The like to John Fraunceys of Muryfeld of the like before the same in the county of York for the death of Henry Dughty of Blaketoft.

Jan 22. Lanercost.

The like to Nicholas le Clerk of Coningesburgh, of the like before the same in that county, when indicted of larceny in the church of Roderham, co. York.

Jan. 26. Lanercost.

The like to Otto de Ourum when indicted of the burglary of the house of Margery de Haworth.

[Jan. 26.] Lanercost.

The like to Richard son of Thomas Thurstan of Estrington, when indicted of the death of William Quenyld.

Jan. 22. Lanercost.

The like to John de Bassingburn for the evasion of Hugh Olyfart of Scotland from the gaol of Colchester Castle at the time that the said John was sheriff of Essex, and the castle in his custody, as the said John pursued him and brought him back to gaol. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

MEMBRANE 39.

Jan. 20. Lanercost.

The like to Ralph Waldeshef, in Northampton gaol for the death of Richard le Taillur of Watford, as it appears by the record of Peter Mallorre and Hugh Wake, justices of oyer and terminer touching the same, that he killed him in self defence.

Jan. 29. Lanercost.

Mandate to the good men of Kyngeston-upon-Hull to observe in their town the statute provided in London for foreign vouchers in warranty [Statute of Gloucester, 6 Edward I.], and the subsequent provision that a tenant make no waste or estrepement of a tenement during such plea.

Jan. 8. Lanercost.

Pardon to Walter de Chaldecote of his outlawry before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Dorset, when indicted of a robbery from Walter de Kyneford and Thomas Goby of 20 marks at Stykelane, on condition that he surrender immediately to gaol.

Jan. 20. Lanercost.

The like to David Rys of his outlawry before the same in the county of Devon, for the burglary of the houses of Richard Bisshop of Tengewyk and Osbert de la Stone, and the carrying away of their goods.

Jan. 28. Lanercost.

Appointment of Ralph de Dalton, king's clerk, and William le Getour to purvey ships and vessels and men therein along the shore in the bishopric of Durham and the county of Northumberland to repress the Scots. Robert de Clifford, lord of Hertelpol, and the mayor and bailiffs thereof, and the sheriffs of Durham and Northumberland are commanded to assist.

The like of John de Derby, king's clerk, and John Gentyl, along the shore in the county of Lancaster.

Jan. 30. Lanercost.

The like of Simon de Monte Acuto as captain and governor of the fleet against the Scots, as well in the parts of Scotland as in the isles between Scotland and Ireland.

Writ de intendendo for him directed to the masters and mariners of the ships of the said fleet.

The like to the sheriff of Lancaster for the above John de Derby and John Gentyl.

Feb. 1. Lanercost.

Appointment of William de Mulcastre, sheriff of Cumberland, and James de Dalileye, to get ready empty ships and barges at Skymburneys, Whitothavene and Wyrkinton, and elsewhere by the shore in that county, and find them in men and necessaries to go to the parts of Are to repress the malice of Robert de Brus and his accomplices.

Writ de intendendo in pursuance to the men of that county.

Appointment of John du Luda, as captain and governor of the fleet from the ports of Skynburnesse, Whitothavene and Wyrkinton in like manner as Simon de Monte Acuto is appointed above.

Safe conduct for William le Getur, whom the king is sending with part of the shipping to divers parts of the land of Scotland to repress the malice of Robert de Brus the traitor and his accomplices.

Jan. 25. [Lanercost.]

Pardon to William le Hayward of Bradfeld of his outlawry before John Boteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Berks, when indicted of the death of John Makefair, on condition that he surrender immediately to gaol.

Feb. 3. Lanercost.

Mandate to Richard de Bereford, treasurer of Ireland, to purvey 500 tuns of wine in addition to the wine and victuals which the king heretofore commanded him to make in Ireland, and to send the same to Skymburnesse to the keeper of the store there. The king has sent the bearer Laurence de la Ryvere to view his diligence herein.

Jan. 31. Lanercost.

Presentation of Master Stephen de Segrave to the church of Ayleston in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Fulk de Pembrugge, tenant in chief. By p.s.

1306. Dec. 1. Lanercost.

Appointment of John de Vallibus and John de Dudden, with the assistance of some clerk to be selected by them, to assess and collect in the liberties of the bishopric of Durham, of Tyndale and Hextildesham, the thirtieth and twentieth lately granted.

Writ de intendendo directed to Robert de Clifford, keeper of the liberty of the said bishopric.

The like to the bailiff of the said liberty of Tyndale and the bailiffs of Hextildesham.

MEMBRANE 38.

Pardons of outlawry to the following when indicted before divers justices for divers trespasses, on condition that they surrender immediately to gaol:—

1307. Jan. 30. Lanercost.

Henry Page of Snyterfeld, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Warwick, for divers felonies, on condition that he surrender to Warwick gaol.

Feb. 1. Lanercost.

John son of Stephen Stute of Bradeford, before the same, in the county of York, for the death of Thomas son of William le Walkere of Bradeford.

Thomas Hudetan of Cherlebyry, on consideration of service in Scotland, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Oxford, for a robbery of 20 marks made upon William Thurstan, and for the death of two merchants and a groom of William de Heiles of Bureford at Botewelleslade, co. Leicester, on condition that he surrender to Oxford gaol.

Jan. 28. Lanercost.

William de Burnham, before William de Ormesby and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Norfolk, for trespasses against John Mundyng, Robert de Stowe, Robert Wysman, and the rector of Tomeston, on condition that he surrender to Norwich gaol.

Feb. 3. Lanercost.

Adam son of Robert de Auste, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the counties of Gloucester and Warwick for trespasses.

Walter son of Robert de Auste, before the same for the like, on condition that he surrender to Gloucester gaol. By p.s.

Simon le Barun of Munselowe, before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Salop, for the death of Geoffrey le Bercher of Petone.

Thomas le Crouthere of Whitechirche, before the same, for the death of Richard the Bailiff of Luddesdone.

John Pachet of Nony, before the same, in the county of Somerset, for the burglary of the houses of the vicar of the church of Pulton and Thomas le Fevre of Upton Noble.

Feb. 4. Lanercost.

Robert de Keteleston of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Derby, for the death of William Brun of Lokynton, whereof he was pardoned 16 May, 31 Edward I. By C. on the information of R. le Brabazun.

Feb. 3. Lanercost.

William son of John le Hunte of Upton, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Gloucester, for the death of William sometime parson of the church of Upton.

Feb. 4. Lanercost.

Grant to Guy de Bello Campo, in extension of his grant amongst other lands of John de Balliolo, the king's rebel, of the castle of Castle Barnard, of the armour, cross-bows and other goods therein for its defence. By p.s.

Feb. 1. Lanercost.

Pardon to William son of Bernard de la More, of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, when indicted of felonies, on condition that he surrender immediately to York gaol. By p.s.

Feb. 3. Lanercost.

Appointment of Walter de Norwyco, king's clerk, to the custody, during pleasure, of the priory of the monks of Thetford, which is of the king's patronage since the death of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, and is oppressed with debt. By K., on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Feb. 3. Lanercost.

Simple protection, for two years, for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, staying in Ireland. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 37.

Feb. 6. Lanercost.

Pardon to John le Despenser, executor of the will of John de London, and one of his heirs, of all debts wherein the latter was bound to the king, and which are being exacted from the former by summons of the Exchequer. By K. and pet. of C.

Feb. 6. Lanercost.

Grant to John de Britannia, earl of Richmond, of 20l. a year by the hands of the abbot of Gerovall, which the king heretofore granted to John de Mauro, deceased, out of the lands of Robert Walraund, an idiot, for the life of the earl, or until the said Robert come to his right mind. By K., on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Mandate in pursuance to the abbot. Et fuerunt patentes.

Pardon to Reginald de Grey, in consideration of the service in the last war of Scotland of John his son, of 151l. 19s. 6d. out of 301l. 19s. 6d., wherein he is bound at the Exchequer, and grant that he and his heirs pay the remaining 200l. (sic) at the rate of 10l. a year.

Feb. 6. Lanercost.

The like to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, nephew and heir of John de Warenna, sometime earl of Surrey, of all the debts wherein the latter is certified by the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to have been bound, whether for arrears of the farm of the castle of Baumburgh, which he held by the king's grant, or for other causes, and which amount to 6,693l. 6s. 10¼d., except those due for the said farm. By K. & pet. of C.

Vacated because otherwise below.

Feb. 4. Lanercost.

Presentation of Robert de Cotingham to the church of Symondesburn, in the diocese of Durham. By p.s.

Feb. 4. Lanercost.

Pardon to William, parson of the church of Candevre, of his outlawry for non-appearance before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Southampton, for breaking the park of Farndon, on condition that he surrender immediately to Southampton gaol.

Feb. 4. Lanercost.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum, made by Hugh le Despenser, justice of the forest beyond Trent, and in consideration of a fine of 100 marks made by the abbot before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, for the abbot and convent of Eynesham to hold the woods cf Eynesham and Cherlebury, within the metes of the forest of Whicchewode and the wood of Eton, within the metes of the forest of Shotovre, quit of regard, on condition that the venison be well kept therein, and that the covert of the wood of Eton be not destroyed ; and the keepers whom they appoint shall take their oath not to commit offences with respect to the venison, and all trespassers thereof shall be attached by the king's ministers of the forest.

Feb. 8. Lanercost.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Shrewsbury of murage for five years. By pet. of C.

Feb. 8. Lanercost.

The like to the prior of Sempingham of pontage for seven years for the bridge and causey of Holand. By pet. of C.

Feb. 5. Lanercost.

Pardon to Nicholas son of Henry de Segrave of his outlawry for nonappearance before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Derby, for divers felonies, on condition that he surrender immediately to Nottingham gaol.

Feb. 6. Lanercost.

Letters for Gilbert son of Thomas de Clare, staying in England, nominating William de Edenham and John de Brumlee his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Feb. 10. Lanercost.

Simple protection, for one year, for Edmund, baron of Stafford, going beyond saas. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 36.

Feb. 8. Lanercost.

Pardon to William de la Haye of Neuwerk of his outlawry for nonappearance before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Nottingham, when indicted of the death of Beatrice, sometime bis wife, he having been pardoned that death 10 November 31 Edward I.

Oct. 20. Lanercost.

The like to John Moryce of Donyngton, co. Lincoln, for non-appearance before the king on plea of trespass of John Hellot of Wygetoft. By p.s.

The like to Simon Daniel of Donington, co. Lincoln, for the same. By p.s.

1305. March 26. Westminster.

Licence, at the request of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, for Matthias de Monte Martini to demise to Margery, late the wife of Robert de Basyng, knight, the custody during the minority of the heirs of the lands late of Matthew de Luvayn, tenant in chief, with knight's fees, advowsons of churches and other things belonging thereto, with the marriage of Thomas the son, or other heir, which the king heretofore granted to him.

Vacated because reneued by the roll and enrolled here by ignorance.

Jan. 22. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Ralph Botte to the abbot and convent of Wouburn of a messuage and 48 acres of land in Everesholt and Middelton Briany; by Alexander son of John de Staunton of 16 acres of land in Everesholt.

Feb. 6. Lanercost.

Pardon to Roger de Aumoigner of his outlawry before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Worcester, for the death of Robert le Mareschal of Alvithechirche.

Jan. 28. Lanercost.

Exemplification of a charter of Henry [II.] in these words:—

" Henricus rex Anglie et dux Normannie et Aquitanie et comes Andegavie, episcopo Lincolniensi et omnibus baronibus,, justiciariis, vicecomitibus et ministris et omnibus fidelibus suis Norhantscire, salutem. Sciatis me concessisse et confirmasse fratribus hospitalis sancti Johannis de Norhant[onia] quicquid ipsi racionabiliter et juste perquisiverunt et quicquid juste et racionabiliter perquirent in donis et accatis et in elemosinis. Quare volo et firmiter precipio quod ipsi omnia predicta teneant et habeant bene et in pace etlibere et libere et quiete, in burgo et extra, in bosco et piano, in viis et semitis, in aquis et molendinis, et in omnibus locis, cum libertatibus et liberis consuetudinibus, terris et rebus suis pertinentibus. Et prohibeo ne quis eis super hoc injuriam vel contumeliam faciat. Testibus Tom [ Thoma ] cancellario et H. de Essex, constabulario, Goset'' [Goselino] de Baillol apud Mindestud in Foresta."

Feb. 10. Lanercost.

Pardon to William Chapel, Robert Hendiman and William de Gothes of their outlawry for non-appearance before Hervey de Stanton and Hugh Peverel, justices of oyer and terminer touching a plea brought against them by William le Poer, late coroner in the islands of Sulleye which belong to the county of Cornwall, of a trespass against the king and the said coroner ; on condition that they surrender immediately to Launceveton gaol.

The like to the following:—

Richard Barl and Richard his brother and Thomas Tracy.

Robert Sage, David Gogh and Robert Tracy.

Adam son of Yaldiez, Roger Pocok, John Auger and Michael Burt.

Feb. 14. Lanercost.

The like to Adam Turpyn of Arturett, in Carlisle gaol for the death of Henry Odgobet, as it appears by the record of Hugh de Louther and John de Wygton, justices appointed to deliver that gaol that he killed him in self-defence.

Feb. 12. Lanercost.

The like to William le Hayward of Becbe of his outlawry for nonappearance in the county when appealed by Catherine, late the wife of William de Bagenalt, of aiding in the death of her husband at the town of Newcastle-under-Lyme, co. Stafford, on condition that he surrender immediately to Stafford gaol. By p.s.

Feb. 12. Lanercost.

Presentation of John de Burton to the church of Niwenton super Coteswalde, in the diocese of Worcester, void by the resignation of Robert de Bluntesdon.

MEMBRANE 35.

Feb. 1. Lanercost.

Pardon to John de Wyncaulton, forester of Selewode, of his outlawry before William Martyn and his fellow, justices of oyer and terminers, in the county of Somerset, for breaking the park of the bishop of Bath and Wells of Westbury ; on condition that he surrender immediately to Sumerton gaol.

Feb. 6. Lanercost.

The like to William son of Bernard de la More of Bakscholf of his outlawry for non-appearance before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, for the death of Henry le Turnur, he having been pardoned for the same and any consequent outlawry thereon, 10 November, in the 31st year.

Feb. 8. Lanercost.

Simple protection, until Whitsunday, for Robert, abbot of Bardenay, staying beyond seas.

Pardons of outlawry to the following, for non-appearance before divers justices for divers offences, on condition that they surrender immediately to gaol:—

Reginald le Carpenter of Disce, before William de Ormesby and his fellows, justices of oyer terminer in the county of Suffolk, on a plea of trespass of Gerard de Wacchescham, on condition that he surrender to Ipswich gaol.

Walter Peny of Disce, on a like plea.

Feb. 1. Lanercost.

Ivo de Staunton, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the counties of Cambridge and Huntingdon, for divers trespasses. By p.s.

Feb. 2. Lanercost.

Nicholas de Keterington and Stephen de Varwel, before Hervey de Stanton and Hugh Peverel, when impleaded by William le Poer, late coroner in the isles of Sulleye which belong to the county of Cornwall, of a trespass against the king and the said coroner, on condition that they surrender immediately to Launceveton gaol.

Robert de Seint Ola, when impleaded of the like.
Reginald de Nansdeur,
Roger Tregarn,

Feb. 5. Lanercost.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Wyndesore of pontage for five years. By pet. of C.

Feb. 8. Lanercost.

Grant to Roger de Clare, king's chaplain, of the prebend of Hoo in the free chapel of Hastings, void by the death of William de Lewes. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

Feb. 10. Lanercost.

Pardon to Simon de Segrave son of Nicholas de Segrave, in consideration of a fine of 500 marks, of the services of his brothers, of a surety which he made by oath before the king and council, and of his letters patent deposited in the wardrobe, that he will not commit any felonies or enormous trespasses for the future, of all trespasses whereof he was charged, indicted or convicted before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lincoln. By K.

Simon's letters were delivered to Walter de Bedewynde, cofferer of the wardrobe, to keep in the wardrobe..

Feb. 9. Lanercost.

Pardon to Henry de Lancaster, the king's nephew, in aiding the evasion oi John le Harpur from the gaol of St. Briavel's and for receiving him, whereof he was indicted before John Butetourt and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Gloucester.

Feb. 6. Lanercost.

Licence until Whitsunday for John Vanne and his fellows of the society of the Ballardi of Luca to buy within the liberty of Durham 1,000 quarters of wheat and carry them to Scotland or elsewhere within the realm of England. On the information of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

MEMBRANE 34.

Feb. 10. Lanercost.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Huntingdon of pavage for three years from 6 November next. By pet. of C.

Jan. 28. Lanercost.

Mandate to Master Riehard de Havering, king's clerk, constable of Bordeaux, to pay out of the issues of the duchy 650l. 14s. 1d. to the attorneys whom William Trente the butler has sent to Gascony with letters patent to that amount which the king heretofore granted to Arnold Guillelmi de Andon, now deceased. The said Arnold in his lifetime appointed Gaillard lord of Mille Sanctis, Martin de Maribato and Raymund de Maribato to sue for and receive the money. After his death, Gaillard, as proctor and executor of his will, appointed Martin de Maribato and Peter de Maribato to receive it or sell the letters patent if they thought fit, and they accordingly sold them to William Trente. The latter now sends his messengers to receive the money and purvey therewith wine for the Scotch expedition, on condition that he be compensated for the money in England. The constable is to pay the amount at once, as the. king desires that the purveyance be not delayed. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

Feb. 4. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William Desert to the prior and convent of Boulton in Cravene of four tofts and three bovates of land with the homage and service of Henry de Kygheleye, tenant of a bovate of land in Apeltrewyk, and of the heirs of the said Henry.

Feb. 12. Lanercost.

Pardon to William son of Peter de Hethele of Doddeworth of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, when indicted of divers felonies, on condition that he surrender immediately to York gaol.

The like to William son of William de Beeston of his outlawry before the same, for the death of William de Birstall, he having been pardoned 10 November, 31 Edward I. for the said death and all felonies.

Feb. 14. Lanercost.

Grant to Robert le Noreys, at the instance of Margaret the queen consort, of the custody during the minority of the heirs of the lands late of Adam de Compton, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs. By p.s.

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

Feb. 5. Lanercost.

Pardon to Ralph de Thorp of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lincoln, when indicted of the death of Richard de Hallegate, he having been pardoned 10 November, 32 Edward I., for that death.

MEMBRANE 33.

Feb. 13. Lanercost.

The like to William Sagard of his outlawry before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Northampton, when indicted of the death of Robert Aubray son of John le Maszon of Weldon ; he having been pardoned, 10 November, 31 Edward I., for that death.

Feb. 6. Lanercost.

Pardon to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, of all the debts from him at the Exchequer, except those for the farm of the castle of Baumburgh. By a scrutiny of the rolls of the Exchequet it appears that the following debts were due from the earl:—

140l. due to Leo, Jew of York.

100l. for the rescue of a felon, as appears by scrutiny of the rolls of Henry III., under the name of William, sometime earl of Warenne.

43s. 3 ½d., rents of divers persons received in the time of the penturbation of the realm.

13l. 6s. 8d., prest of the wardrobe of Henry III.

100 marks of the same.

35l. 10s., remainder of the aids for knighting the king and marrying his sister.

10 marks for trespass of venison.

108l., debts to Jews.

6,800 marks, remainder of 10,000 marks fine for trespass, and 1 mark for licence to make a concord.

20l. 12s. 2d., fifteenth for the eighteenth year in divers counties.

100s. forfeited issues.

303l. prest of the wardrobe in the 26th year.

120l. scutage of Wales in the 5th year.

100 marks for trespass of venison.

100s. for the evasion of William de Wartham.

20l. for the flight of Henry de Crane, his retainer (manupasti sui).

10l. for defaults.

20l. for trespasses.

120l. scutage of Wales in the 10th year.

20l. for a false claim.

20l. for the flight of Eustace de Pyngham.

20l. for the enlargement of his warren without licence.

20l. for not prosecuting a suit.

20l. for defaults.

20l. for unjust detention.

10l. for a flight.

20l. for unjust detention.

20l. for trespass of venison.

20l. for unjust detention.

41s. 4 ¾d.. rent of two (sic).

100s. forfeited issues.

20l. because he took the year and waste and middle time.

990l. farm of the castle of Baumburgh.

105l. received from John de Kirkeby, sometime sheriff of Northumberland, for wages of men then staying at the defence of Berewyk.

18l. the value of lands which Thomas Leger of Baumburgh lately sold to the king.

These debts amount in the whole to 7,026l. 13s. 6 ¼d., whereof 333l. 6s. 8d.. are paid by five tallies of the Exchequer, leaving 6,693l. 6s. 10 ¼d. unpaid. By K. and pet. of C.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Pardons of outlawry as above :—

Feb. 8. Lanercost.

John de Helpeston, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the counties of Lincoln and Nottingham, for divers trespasses, on condition that he surrender immediately to Nottingham gaol. By p.s.

Feb. 10. Lanercost.

Henry Waltersman, before the king, on a plea of trespass of Walter Gros of Great Cotes. By p.s,

Feb. 12. Lanercost.

Roger Meylok, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Gloucester, for divers felonies in that county. By p.s.

Feb. 14. Lanercost.

Richard Wyvel, before the same, for the death of Walter Wisman of Aston.

Feb. 12. Lanercost.

Elias Martyn of Munden, in consideration of his services in Scotland, before the same, in the county of Hertford, for felonies in that county. By p.s.

Presentation of Edmund Howard to the church of Wettynge, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Giles de Playz, tenant in chief, directed to Master Nicholas de Whitchirche, vicar general of J. bishop of Norwich, during his absence beyond seas.

Feb. 12. Lanercost.

Pardon to Stephen le Roo of his outlawry for non-appearance before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Nottingham, for the death of Walter de Eton, breaking the church of Suthwell and the gaol of Hertford, and homicides, etc., he having been pardoned the same 10 November, 31 Edward I.

MEMBRANE 32.

Feb. 2. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Clifford to the abbot and convent of Heppe, of the advowson of the church of Warthecopp. By fine of 20l.

Feb. 16. Lanercost.

Letters for John de Yukflet, going to Scotland, and Joan his wife going with him, nominating Nicholas de Cantebrigia of York, their attorney for two years.

Feb. 12. Lanercost.

Pardon to Roger son of Thomas le Wodeward of Rossinton, of his outlawry for non appearance before the king on a plea of trespass of Roger de Bradeburn, on condition that he surrender immediately to Derby gaol. By p.s.

Feb. 1. Lanercost.

Pardon to Adam del Ake, for acquiring, for life, 10l. of rent in Langeton and Wynton, from Isabella de Clifford, who held them in chief.

Feb. 14. Lanercost.

Pardon to William le Grant of his outlawry for non-appearance before William de Bereford and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Sussex, for divers felonies.

Feb. 20. Lanercost.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Kyngeston-on-Hull of pavage for five years. By pet. of C.

Lanercost.

Commission to John de Wygeton and Robert de Whiterugg to select in the bailiwick of Cumberland 200 footmen, to be at Carlisle next Monday.

The like to the following :—

Alexander de Bastingthweyt and Thomas de Louthre, 200 footmen in Allerdale.

John de Denton, Roger de Edenham, Ralph de Brandingham, Geoffrey de Hardegale, 140 footmen in the bailiwicks of Eskedale and Gilleslaund.

Robert Tymparon, Adam de Whiteberough, John de Stafful, and Nicholas de Harleston, 160 footmen in the bailiwick of Lythe and the moor of Aldeston.

Alexander de Capella and John de Stokdale, 40 men in the liberty of Penreth.

John de Eglisfeld and Thomas de Musegrave, 60 men in the liberty of Cokermuwe.

Thomas de Multon, lord of Egremound, 160 men in the liberty of Egremound.

Stephen de Rose Doune and Henry de Dalliston, 20 men in the liberty of the bishopric of Carlisle.

Richard de Karleton and Robert de Lythe, 20 men in the liberty of the prior of Carlisle.

Robert Lengleys, Henry de Wardecop, Walter de Stirkeland, and Robert de Wessington, to select 500 men in the bailiwick of Westmorland.

Feb. 18. Lanercost.

Licence for Elias Muriel, baron of la Rye, which is a member of the port of Hastingges, to export corn and other victuals to Gascony, notwithstanding the late ordinance of the king and council, as he intends to bring back wine. By pet. of C.

The like for the following :—

The barons of the Cinque Ports.

Nicholas Archer, baron of the port of Dover.

Walter le Taverner, baron of the port of Sandwich.

Nicholas Adelard, baron of the port of Wynchelse.

Feb. 22. Lanercost.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities of the abbey of St. Augustine, Bristol, to Edmund de Knulle, one of the canons, elected abbot and confirmed by W. bishop of Worcester. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Feb. 10. Lanercost.

Licence for Cicely, late the wife of Humphrey de Hastang, to assign to Philip de Hastang, her son, the manor of Whyte Rothyngg, co. Essex, and the manor of Cumberton, co. Cambridge, which are held in chief, and after the death of Mary, late the wife of John de Merk, by the form of the king's grant to the said John and Mary his wife, remain to the said Cicely. By p.s.

Feb. 20. Lanercost.

Pardon to Adam de Middelton, for acquiring a vaccary in Heselspryngg, co. Cumberland, which is held in chief from Christiana de Brus, deceased, and for afterwards demising it to the latter for life, with restitution to him thereof.

MEMBRANE 31.

Feb. 20. Lanercost.

Pardon to William son of William atte Hyde of Halengbury Nevill, of his outlawry, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Hertford, when indicted of the death of Germanus le filz Reynaud de Estwyk, and of divers felonies in that county, on condition that he surrender to Hertford gaol.

Feb. 22. Lanercost.

Acceptance, as though it had been of the king's will, of takings, by Margaret, the queen consort, of timber in the forests, chaces, and parks, belonging to the castles, etc., granted to her for life, for the repair of the same, and of gifts by her of oaks therein to divers persons.

Feb. 4. Lanercost.

Letters for William de la More, master of the Knights Templars in England, to whom the houses and brethren of that order in Ireland and Scotland are also subject, nominating brothers William de Grafton and Richard de Herdewyk, his attorneys for one year. By p.s.

Feb. 24. Lanercost.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard Magh of Scothorn, to the abbot and convent of Barlyngges, of 120 feet of land in length and 60 feet in breadth, in the city of London, and by William de Blyton of two acres of land in the suburb thereof.

Feb. 26. Lanercost.

Presentation of Robert son of Robert de Westlangeton to the church of Manton, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Geoffrey de Landa. last rector.

Feb. 23. Lanercost.

Grant to Master Roger de Drokenesford, king's clerk, of the prebend of Wylton, in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the archbishopric of York. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to W. archbishop of York. By p.s.

Feb. 28. Lanercost.

Pardon to Walter de Langeton, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, for acquiring in fee simple from Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, the manor of Upledecumbe, and the advowson of the church thereof, which are held in chief.

Feb. 27. Lanercost.

Confirmation of a demise to him for life by Bertrand, the abbot, and the convent of Cluny, of the manor and town of Offord Cluny, and the advowson of the church of the town, and the manors and towns of Tikesore and Menton.

Feb. 24. Lanercost.

Licence for the merchants and others of the town of Southampton to take victuals and merchandise to Gascony, notwithstanding the late ordinance of the king and Council. By pet. of C.

The like to the following :—

March 4. Kirkambeck. (Cambok.)

William de Trente, king's butler.

March 8. Linstock.

Gerard de la Chaumbre, merchant of Kingeston-upon-Hull.

[March 8.] Linstock.

Elias Drury, citizen and merchant of London.

Feb. 20. Lanercost.

Pardons of outlawry as above :—

William Pullehare, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Hertford, for the robbery of Walter, parson of the church of Aldenham, at Aldenham, on condition that he surrender immediately to Hertford gaol.

Feb. 8. Lanercost.

Robert le Spenser, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, for the death of John son of William de Hoton; he having been pardoned that death and any consequent outlawry, 27 May, 31 Edward I. By p.s.

Feb. 20. Lanercost.

Gilbert Calemoche, before William de Bereford and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Sussex, for divers larcenies, etc., on condition that he surrender immediately to Gildeford gaol.

March 1. Lanercost.

Pardon to Richard Boner of Syflyngton, in York gaol for the death of John Ode, as it appears by the record of John Byrun and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

March 1. Lanercost.

Grant, at the request of Dougal McDouyl, the elder, and in consideration of the service of the said Dougal and of Dougal his brother, to the latter of the marriage of the daughter and heir of Hugh de Chaumpaigne, tenant in chief. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Mandate in pursuance to James de Dalilegh, escheator this side the sea of Scotland.

MEMBRANE 30.

March 1. Lanercost.

John Okerwolau, canon of Kilmacduagh, bringing news of the death of L., their bishop, has letters of licence to elect, directed to the dean and chapter. By p.s.

March 1. Lanercost.

Power to John Wogan to restore the temporalities to the person elected. By p.s.

Pardon to John de Threlkeld, in the gaol of the castle of Appelby for the death of Roger de Ravensby, as it appears by the record of Hugh de Louther and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Feb. 28. Lanercost.

Pardon to William de Langeton, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, for acquiring in fee simple from Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, the manor of Upledecumbe and the advowson of the church thereof, from Richard de Sancto Walerico the manor of Norton, from Richard de Whitacre the manor of Throp Mundevill, which are held in chief.

March 1. Lanercost.

Letters of Nigel le Brun, executor of the will of Robert de Bree, staying in Ireland, nominating Richard de Morton and William son of Hugh his attorneys for one year.

March 1. Lanercost.

Pardon to Adam son of Richard de Baghull of Fetherstan, of his outlawry before John de Insula and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, when indicted of divers trespasses, on condition that he surrender to Pontefract gaol.

Feb. 28. Lanercost.

The like to Richard de Ryley of the county of Derby, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Derby, for the death of Eustace son of Reginald de Foulhowe, he having been pardoned that death, 16 October, 29 Edward I. By p.s.

March 1. Lanercost.

The like to William Gray of Stanford, in the gaol of Newcastle-uponTyne for the death of Walter Scot of Stanford, as it appears by the record of Guichard de Charrun, John de Cambhou and John de Vallibus, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in a fit of madness (furore ductus).

The like to Riehard le Brun for acquiring for life 10l. of rent in Appelby from Idonia de Leyburne, tenant in chief, which was taken into the king's hands by reason thereof by Richard Oysel, escheator this side Trent; with restitution to him of the same.

Feb. 28. Lanercost,

Simple protection until the Purification, for William de la More, master of the Knights Templars in England, going beyond seas.

March 1. Lanercost.

Pardon to Bartholomew Fraunkeleyn of his outlawry before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Southampton, when indicted of homicides, etc., he having been pardoned the same, 10 November, 31 Edward I.

March 4. Kirkambeck.

The like to John de Longelond of Kyrketon in Holand, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of homicides, etc., and of any consequent outlawry. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

March 4. Kirkambeck.

Licence for Richard de Horsleye to impark his wood of Alwenton and his wood of Thirnum, co. Northumberland. By inquisition returned from the Council.

Letters for Edmund, baron of Stafford, going beyond seas, nominating Roger de Clungenford and Vivian de Chetewynd his attorneys for one year.

March 1. Lanercost.

Pardon to Ranulph de Mulnehouse of Wyrkesworth of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Derby, for the death of Richard Daunnessone.

March 10. Linstock.

The like to Thomas de Hedenham of his outlawry before the same justices in the county of Nottingham, for robberies, etc., he having been pardoned the same, 16 October, 29 Edward I.

MEMBRANE 29.

March 7. Linstock.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Andrew de Rouceby, clerk, to the abbot and convent of Kirkestede of 20 acres of meadow and 30 acres of marsh in Marton. By fine of 100s.

March 10. Linstock.

Pardon to John de Bultefen of his outlawry before Ralph de Hengham and his fellows, justices of the Bench, on a plea of trespass of William de Brembre, chaplain, on condition that he surrender to Ipswich gaol.

March 7. Linstock.

The like to Robert de Marcham of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, for the death of John son of Richard de Hou : he having been pardoned for that death, 10 November, 31 Edward I.

March 6. Linstock.

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for Richard de Nassington, king's clerk, whom the king is sending to Norway on his affairs. By K.

Protection with clause volumus, for him. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

March 12. Linstock.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Ros of Hamelak to the prior and convent of Belvoir, which is a cell of the abbey of St. Albans, of five acres of land in Wollesthorpe in exchange for five acres there.

Licence for the said prior to enclose a shot (culturam) of his own soil in Wollesthorpe containing 104 perches in length and 26 perches in breadth, and of the highway which leads from Wollesthorpe to Nottingham and lies between the priory and the said shot, and contains 104 perches in length and 2 perches in breadth, for the enlargement of their dwelling-place, on condition that they make a like road on their own soil. By fine of ½ mark.

March 13. Carlisle.

Mandate to Thomas de Grelle,—on petition to the king and Council by Thomas, earl of Lancaster, that whereas Henry III. granted the honor, county, castle and town of Lancaster and all his demesnes in the county of Lancaster, to Edmund his father in fee tail, and Thomas de Grelle holds by knight service in divers counties divers lands of the honor whereof homage is due to the earl who is seized of all services due for the same except the said homage—that, if this is so, he do homage to the earl for the lands that he holds of the said honor, notwithstanding any homage he may do to the king for the same. [Fœdera.] By pet. of C.

1306. Dec. 17. Lanercost.

Licence, at the instance of Adam de Welle, notwithstanding that by inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, it appears that the king will lose half a mark yearly for the alienation in frank almoin to the prioress and nuns of Nonecotum by Juliana de Gaunt of a third part of the manor of Skendelby, except 40 acres of land in Wellepark, which third part is held in chief, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service in the priory church for her soul and the souls of her ancestors. By p.s.

1307. Feb. 1. Lanercost.

Pardon to William Horn of Wyllardby, in consideration of his services in Scotland, of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, for divers felonies, on condition that he surrender immediately to gaol. By p.s.

March 15. Carlisle.

Pardon to the prior and convent of Tynemuth, which is a cell of the abbey of St. Albans, for acquiring in mortmain a messuage, 87 acres ½ rood of land, 2½ acres of meadow, and 23d. of rent in Herford from Robert Chival; a messuage and 12 acres of land in Bebbeset-upon-Blythe from John de Horton; 4 tofts and 70 acres of land in Coppum from Walter son of Roger son of Hughtred; 2 tofts and 22½ acres of land there from Robert de Bebbeset; 7 tofts and 140 acres of land in Estbakworthe and Westbakworthe from Adam de Pykeringg; 4 acres of land in Tynemuth from William son of Allan le Machun; 1 acre of land there from Adam le Vacher; an acre of land there from William de Keneslawe; an acre of land in Preston from Geoffrey son of Alan.

March 15. Carlisle.

Mandate to the sheriff of York to pay out of the issues of his bailiwick by view of the prior of Watton to Margery daughter of Robert de Brus, dwelling by the king's order in the house of Watton, 3d. a day from the morrow of All Souls, 34 Edward I., and a mark yearly for her robe as long as she stays there. By pet. of C.

The like to the sheriff of Lincoln to pay the like of his issues, by view of the prior of Sixle, to Christina late the wife of Christopher de Seton, dwelling in the house of Sixle. By pet. of C.

The like to the sheriff of Bedford, to pay the like out of his issues, by view of the prior of Chikesand, to Elizabeth, late the wife of Richard Siward the younger, dwelling in the house of Chikesand, from Midsummer, 34 Edward I. By pet. of C.

[March 15.] Carlisle.

Mandate to the sheriff of York to put Robert de Milford, in York gaol for the death of William Bogh of York, to bail until the first assize.

Vacated because on the Close Roll.

MEMBRANE 28.

March 18. Carlisle.

Pardons of outlawry to the following as above :—

John brother of Robert Mak' of Sutton in Holand, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lincoln, for trespasses, on condition that he surrender to Lincoln gaol.

March 14. Carlisle.

Hugh de Wethregrove, before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Cornwall, for breaking the park of Dunheved, on condition that he surrender to Lanceveton gaol.

Henry de Berghby of Knyveton, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, like justices in the county of Nottingham, for the death of Robert son of Geoffrey de Knyveton. By p.s.

March 16. Carlisle.

William Joce of Cateby, outlawed in the county of Leicester, on a plea of trespass before the king of Alan le Mouner of Atterton.

March 18. Carlisle.

Pardon to John de Faldworthing, in Lancaster gaol for the death of John de Wyndibaunke of Walton, as it appears by the record of Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lancaster, that he killed him in self-defence.

March 20. Carlisle.

The like, at the instance of Margaret, queen consort, to Geoffrey de Coigners, for concealing the gold coronet with which Robert de Brus, the king's rebel in the land of Scotland, lately bad himself crowned, after it came to the hands of the said Geoffrey, whereof he was convicted before the king and council. [Fœdera.] By K. on the information of the treasurer.

March 18. Carlisle.

Grant to the bailiffs and burgesses of Scardeburgh of quayage for seven years from the Purification. By pet. of C.

March 20. Carlisle.

Simple protection for one year, for Master Adam le Blund, clerk and proctor of the prior St. Mary's, Carlisle, staying in Ireland.

March 18. Carlisle.

Pardon to Roger de Noreys of his outlawry, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York for larcenies, etc., on condition that he surrender to York gaol.

March 20. Carlisle.

Grant to Robert Persone, whom certain men of the land of Ireland will not permit to enjoy English laws because he had his origin in Ireland, that he enjoy English laws, as it appears that Richard le Taillur, his grandfather, and all his ancestors had their origin in England.

March 18. Carlisle.

Presentation of Robert de Carleton to the church of Tyberkevyn, in the diocese of Dublin, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of that archbishopric.

Because it is found by the rolls of the Chancery that he was twice presented to the same.

March 16. Carlisle.

Grant to Margaret, the queen consort, of what pertains to the king touching the marriage of Joan, late the wife of Robert son and heir of Robert de Tateshale, tenant in chief, which Robert son of Robert was a minor, or the fine, if any, or the forfeiture if she marry without licence.

March 14. Carlisle.

Licence for Master Richard de Morpath to enfeoff Reginald de Morpath, chaplain, of a messuage and a carucate of land in Bellassise by Stanyngton, which is held in chief, for the latter to enfeoff Richard and John son of Isabella in fee tail, with remainder to Robert brother of John, with remainder to Agnes sister of Robert, with remainder to the right heirs of Richard.

March 20. Carlisle.

Grant to Hugh de Nauenton, yeoman of Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, that he may hold the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of two parts of the lands late of William Bassett, tenant in chief, (lately granted to him at the request of the prince during the minority of the heir), with all things belonging thereto. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

MEMBRANE 27.

March 14. Carlisle.

Pardon to Stephen de Churchegate of Brawinge of his outlawry, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Hertford, for divers trespasses, on condition that he surrender to Hertford gaol. By p.s.

March 20. Carlisle.

Pardon, for a fine of 40l., to Thomas de Whyteworthe for taking to wife Cassandra, late the wife of Philip le Bretun, who held by knight service of the heir of John sometime earl of Richmond, tenant in chief, while he was a minor. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Grant to Roger de Wilton of Boghenes of the custody during the minority of the heirs of (1) the lands in Cambok, co. Cumberland, late of Thomas de Leveresdale, who held by knight service of the heir of Thomas de Molton of Gillesland, tenant in chief, a minor; (2) the lands in Warthhole, co. Cumberland, late of William de Warthhole, who held by knight service of the heir of Hubert de Multon, who held of the heir of the said Thomas de Molton, with the marriages of the two heirs of the said Thomas de Leveresdale and William. By fine of 20 marks.

March 16. Carlisle.

Pardon to Robert son of Roger of all debts due from him at the Exchequer and in the wardrobe or elsewhere, except the arrears of the farms which he holds. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Pardons of outlawry as above to the following :—

March 16. Carlisle.

Robert Felle of Tuttebury, clerk, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Stafford, for the death of William son of Robert de Tappeleye, on condition that he surrender to Stafford gaol.

Henry Crane of Staunton Harald, before the same in the county of Derby, for the death of Nicholas de Wodburgh of Morleye, on condition that he surrender to Derby gaol.

March 18. Carlisle.

Robert the Clerk of Lyverpol in Lancaster gaol for the death of William le Walkere of Lyverpol, as it appears by the record of Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self defence.

Richard son of Adam de Stokeleye in the same gaol for the death of William de Moshoc, on like record.

Philip de Seint Liz of South Ruston, before Ralph de Hengham and his fellows of the Bench, on a plea of Geoffrey Maucovenant, that he render account for the time that he was his bailiff in Mutton, on condition that he surrender to Lincoln gaol.

March 20. Carlisle.

Geoffrey de Medon, before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Devon, for divers trespasses in that county. By p.s.

March 1. Lanercost.

Roger son of Roger le Chamberleyn, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, for the death of Robert son of Roger de Burton, he having been pardoned that death, 1 January, 29 Edward I.

March 15. Carlisle.

Thomas Malevill of Ledred, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Oxford, for trespasses in that county.

MEMBRANE 26.

March 14. Carlisle.

Licence for Master Richard de Morpath to enfeoff Reginald de Morpath, chaplain, of 100 acres of waste in Morpath, which are held in chief, to re-enfeoff the said Richard and Robert son of Isabella, and the heirs of the body of the latter, with remainder to Mariota sister of the latter and her heirs, with remainder to John her brother and his heirs, with remainder to the right heirs of the said Richard.

March 4. Lanercost.

Grant to the abbot of Whiteby of quayage in aid of the quay of the town of Whiteby for three years. By pet. of C.

March 14. Carlisle.

Pardon to William Galun of his outlawry for larcenies, before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Stafford.

March 12. Carlisle.

The like to Hugh son of Ranulph le Mouner of Blytheburgh, before William de Ormesby and his fellows in the county of Suffolk, for trespasses, on condition that he surrender to Ipswich gaol.

March 16. Carlisle.

The like to William son of Jordan de Brandon, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows in the county of York, for the death of Henry son of Thomas Staynolf.

March 20. Carlisle.

Assignment to Margaret the queen consort—in compensation of the manor of Stepellangeford, of the value of 50l. a year, heretofore assigned to her in dower, but recovered a fortnight after Hilary, 34 Edward I. by John son of Oliver de Ingham and Reginald de Sancto Martino before the king, as appears by record which the king caused to come before the council in parliament at Carlisle—of the 50l. a year out of the 100l. a year which the abbot of Heyles renders at the Exchequer for the manor of Lecchelade.

March 23. Carlisle.

Mandate in pursuance to the abbot of Heyles.

March 20. Carlisle.

Simple protection until the Purification, for John de Bello Campo, going beyond seas. By K.

March 18. Carlisle.

Grant to Roger de Mortuo Mari, if Peter Corbet, tenant in chief, die, and his lands so come to the king's hands in the name of a custody, before paying the said Roger a debt of 20,000l., that the said debt be levied thereon to the use of the said Roger. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

March 20. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Walter de Langeton, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. Leonards, York, of the advowson of the church of Pykhale, co. York and for them to appropriate the church. By K.

March 12. Carlisle.

Pardon to Geoffrey de Kedeslay, in Nottingham gaol for the death of Geoffrey the Baker son of Hugh de Kede lay, as it appears by the record of Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Derby, that he killed him in self-defence.

March 16. Carlisle.

The like to William son of Jordan de Brandon as above.

Vacated because above.

MEMBRANE 25 (Schedule).

March 20. Carlisle.

Acknowledgment of the receipt by John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, from the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, deputed to be sub-collectors of the tenth for the Holy Land imposed by B. VIII., for three years in the diocese of York, by the bishop of London, and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, principal collectors thereof, of 65s. 4d. arrears, being the king's share, paid 24 October, 33 Edward I. by the hands of Master John Fraunceys, late keeper of the spirituality of the archbishopric of York, to wit, for the prior of Marton for the church of Hoton, 53s. 4d., and for the parson of the church of Burghwaleys, 12s. By bill of the Exchequer.

The like for the following sums ;—

July 9. Holmcultram.

The abbot and convent of Furneus, sub-collectors in that diocese, of 113s. 3d. by the hands of the archbishop of York, to wit, for the church of Melsonby, 21s. 3d.; the church of Burton, 4l.; the church of Quyntington, 12s. By bill of the said John.

The abbot and convent of Cokersaund of 8l. 6s. 8d. by the hands of the said archbishop, to wit, for the church of Bethum, 6l.; for the church of Barton, 46s. 8d.

July 13. Kirkandrews [on Esk?].

J. bishop of Carlisle, John de Sandale, king's clerk, chancellor of Dublin, deputed to be sub-collectors in the land of Scotland of the tenth imposed on the clergy by Pope Clement V. for two years, of 1,223l. 6s. 8d. By p.s.

Membrane 25.

March 20. Carlisle.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Suffolk, for Hervey de Stanton, king's clerk, to enfeoff William de Buxhale of a messuage, 180 acres of land, 13 acres of meadow, 22 acres of pasture, an acre of wood, and 38s. rent in Pakenham, Norton, Burton, Stowelangetot, Thurston, and Ixeworth, for him to re-grant for life to the said Hervey with remainder in mortmain to the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds, to the uses of the cellarership of that house.

March 17. Carlisle.

Grant, out of devotion to St. Mary Magdalene, to the prior and convent of Lanrecost, in consideration of the burning of their houses and depredation of their goods by the Scots, and of the king's long stay there by reason of sickness, of the advowsons of the churches of Mitford, co. Northumberland, and Carlaton, co. Cumberland with licence for them to appropriate the same. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

March 23. Carlisle.

Notification, lest sinister suspicion should arise hereafter, that Nicholas de Brampton lost a part of his right ear by the bite of a horse.

March 20. Carlisle.

Pardon to John le Porter of Tikhill and John his son for acquiring 30 acres of land in Tikhill from Constance de Biern who held them for life, to hold for the life of the said Constance, and after her death for their own lives, at a rent by the hands of the bailiffs of that town of 9s. 4½d., their extent. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

March 20. Carlisle.

Mandate to sheriffs, bailiffs, and others not to permit Walter de Bedewynd, king's clerk, to be molested in the possession of the treasurership in the church of St. Peter, York, to which the king collated him, after he had recovered the same by judgment of the king's court; and they are to arrest persons making citations or appellations, or otherwise molesting him. By p.s.

March 20. Carlisle.

Pardon to Edmund son of Henry Aunsel of Hoxne of his outlawry, before William Inge and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Suffolk, for divers felonies.

March 20. Carlisle.

Grant, at the instance of Margaret the queen consort, to William de Bevercote, king's clerk, chancellor of Scotland, that he have the first preference to churches or prebends belonging to the king's presentation or collation to the amount of 100l. a year. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

March 21. Carlisle.

Licence, at the instance of Margaret the queen consort, for the abbot and convent of Peterborough to enclose the woods of Leyes, Rodes, and Tonge, co. Northampton, which are within the metes of the forest of Rokyngham, and to impark them. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

March 20. Carlisle.

Pardon to John de Mendham of his outlawry, before William de Ormesby and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Suffolk, for a trespass committed by him against Agatha Godale, on condition that he surrender to Ipswich gaol.

The like to Robert Debenham, before Roger le Brabanzon and his fellows, like justices in the city of London, for the death of Michael de Carleel, he having been pardoned the same, 18 March, 32 Edward I. in consideration of his service in Scotland.

March 22. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Robert de Pykering, king's clerk, prebendary in the church of St. John, Beverley, of eight shops in Beverley built on the soil of his prebend there, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the said church. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

MEMBRANE 24.

March 20. Carlisle.

Pardon to William le Bolour of Crendon of his outlawry, before John de Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Buckingham, for felonies, on condition that he surrender to Buckingham gaol. By p.s.

March 27. Carlisle.

Presentation of Peter de Broghenogh to the church of Clyve, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the priory of Merton. By p.s.

March 28. Carlisle.

Grant to Fulk Peyforer of what pertains to the king touching the marriage of Alice, late the wife of John de Columbariis, tenant in chief, or the fine, if any, or the forfeiture if she marry without licence. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

Pardons of outlawry to the following as above :—

March 24. Carlisle.

William Huet of Norton by Galleby, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer for the county of Leicester, for the death of William Adam of Galleby, he having been pardoned the same, 6 May, 32 Edward I.

March 24. Carlisle.

Richard son of Thomas de Eskholm, before the same in the county of York, for the death of Hugh son of Henry de Starkbrigg, he having been pardoned the same, 10 November, 31 Edward I.

John son of Richard Burnel of Langeleye, before William Martyn and his fellowsin the county of Salop, for the death of Isabella Criblestere of Acton Burnel, he having been pardoned the same, 5 April, 27 Edward I.

March 27. Carlisle.

Licence for John la Warre, in consideration of his service in Scotland, to demise for ten years, to whomsoever he will, the manor of Alington, co. Wilts. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

March 28. Carlisle.

Pardon to Elias de Vaus, at the instance of Duncan Mac Duel, for the death of Nicholas Robert Goyt of Caldebek, and of any consequent outlawry. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

The like to the following at the instance of the said Duncan:—

Walter Bateman for homicides, etc., in the county of Salop, and other counties. On the like information.

Maunser de Boltesham for homicides, etc. On the like information.

Walter de Plassh for the like in the county of Worcester and other counties. On the like information.

March 26. Carlisle.

Mandate to Miles de Stapelton, constable of the castle of Knaresburgh, and keeper of the forest there, to cause oaks not bearing leaves to be sold in the said forest to the value of 20l., in addition to the sale of wood to the value of 40l. a year already ordered. By K. on the like information.

March 28. Carlisle.

Pardon to Gervase son of Robert de Kereby of his outlawry, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Leicester, for felonies in that county, on condition that he surrender to Leicester gaol.

Feb. 24. Lanercost.

Grant, for life, to Margaret the queen consort, that she may take timber in the forests, chaces, and parks granted to her, for the repairs of the castles, etc., granted to her for life; and that she may grant oaks to whomsoever she will. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

March 26. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Mariota la Sausere of Salkeld to the abbot and convent of Heppe, of two messuages and 40 acres of land in Meburn Maulds.

March 24. Carlisle.

Pardon to John son of Christiana in Carlisle gaol for the death of William de Blencrayk, as it appears by the record of Hugh le Louth re and John de Wygeton, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in selfdefence.

March 28. Carlisle.

Licence for the abbot and convent of Heppe to appropriate the church of Wardhecop of their advowson.

MEMBRANE 23.

March 13. Carlisle.

Mandate to Aymer de Valence, warden and lieutenant in Scotland, with respect to those persons who rose against the king in the war of Robert de Brus, sometime earl of Carrik, or who received such persons, to publish that it is the king's intention that all who so offended by force or surprise be quit of all punishment. French.

The like to the following :—

James de Dalileygh, escheator this side the sea of Scotland.

John de Weston, escheator beyond the sea of Scotland.

The coroner of Annandale.

The sheriffs of Wygeton, Rokesburgh, Berewyk, Edeneburgh, Dunfres, Invernarn, Hadington, Lynliscu, Foreis, Ughterardore, Dumbretan, Kyncardyn, Deyngeval, Banf, Lanark, Elgyn, Stryvelyn, Clacmanan, Fif, Forfare, Pertz, Invernys, Aberden, Cromlathy, Are.

March 19. Carlisle.

Commission to Robert de Lathum, Nicholas de Leyburn, William Gentil, Alan le Noreys, and John de Kirkeby, clerk, to select in the county of Lancaster 1,000 footmen, whereof 150 are to be from the liberty of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, of Blakeburnshire, and Nicholas, William, and John are to conduct them to Carlisle by Saturday next after the quinzaine of Easter, to proceed thence to Scotland, Robert de Brus being in hiding in the moors and marshes in those parts.

The like to the following:—

John de Castre, in Eskedale and Gilleslande, 200. To be at Carlisle on the morrow of Easter.
Richard le Brun, in the county of Cumberland, 200.
Richard de Cletere, in the parts of Coupland and Cokermuwe, 200.
Richard de Kirkebride, in Alresdale, 200.
Roger de Laton, in the bailiwick of Lyth, 100.
Mathew de Redman and the sheriff of Westmerland in the county of Westmerland, and in Kendale, 300.

Geoffrey de Moubray, Robert de Barton, bailiff of Tyndale, and Hugh de Wales, in the liberty of Tyndale, 300; and Geoffrey is to conduct them to Carlisle by the quinzaine of Easter.

[Parl. Writs, vol. i. p. 380.]

March 28. Carlisle.

Mandate to the sheriff of Essex to purvey 600 quarters of oats, and deliver them at the town of Crotey on the morrow of Holy Trinity to the receivers of Edward, prince of Wales, and earl of Chester, who is going beyond seas with divers nobles to stay some time on affairs concerning the king and himself: and the king sends Simon de Deseburgh, king's clerk, to supervise the purveyance.

The like to the following sheriffs with the following clerks to supervise :—

Kent, 300 quarters of wheat and 500 quarters of oats: William de Betevill.

Surrey and Sussex, 200 quarters of wheat and 500 of oats : William de Stokeford.

Southampton, 300 quarters of wheat and 500 of oats : Richard de Wardyngton.

Somerset and Dorset, 500 quarters of wheat and 1,000 of oats : William de Sumery.

The corn from these three is to be carried to Poyteres in Ponthieu by the morrow of Midsummer.

March 16. Carlisle.

Appointment of John de Bauquell to conduct P. cardinal bishop of Sabina, to the king at Carlisle, and sheriffs and mayors are commanded to cause victuals in great abundance to be exposed for sale, and to let the cardinal and his men have sufficient carriage. [Fœdera.]

Mandate in pursuance to sheriffs and majors.

The like to archbishops and bishops, abbots, priors, and other religious to receive him courteously.

MEMBRANE 22.

March 26. Carlisle.

Grant to Thomas, abbot of St. Edmund's amended by the addition of the word 'crops' as below.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled, and otherwise in the schedule attached.

Membrane 22 (Schedule).

March 26. Carlisle.

Grant to Thomas, abbot of St. Edmund's, who made a composition with the prior and convent to have a fixed portion of the manors and lands and goods assigned to the portion of the prior and convent, that he may have disposition of the crops and goods belonging to that portion by will, and that the executors of his will have free administration of the same. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

March 18. Carlisle.

Licence, at the instance of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, for Walter de Huntercumbe to enfeoff Alan le Chapeleyn, of Belford, of the manors of Wrestlyngworth, Newenham, and a moiety of the manor of Belford, for him to re-enfeoff the said Walter and Elena his wife, in tail, with remainder to the right heirs of Walter. By fine of 40 marks, and at the instance of the earl of Lincoln.

March 26. Carlisle.

Pardons of outlawry as above to the following:—

Miles Pichard, before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Oxford, for homicides, &c., he having been pardoned the same 25 July, 32 Edward I. By K. on the information of R. de Cotyngham.

March 22. Carlisle.

Robert le Charpenter, of Bramham, for not appearing in the court of the liberty of the bishopric of Durham while it was in the king's hands when appealed by Isabella late the wife of Robert Langehose of the death of her husband : on condition that he surrender to Durham gaol.

March 22. Carlisle.

John le Proude, before the king in the county of Surrey, and before William le Bereford and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Sussex, for felonies, &c.: on condition that he surrender to Guildford gaol.

March 20. Carlisle.

William Fox of Cavereswell, before William Martyn and his fellows, like justices in the county of Stafford, for three horses stolen at Cavereswell, on condition that he surrender to Stafford gaol.

March 24. Carlisle.

John de Dalton, before William de Ormesby and his fellows, like justices in the county of Norfolk, for a trespass against the prior of Bynham, on condition that he surrender to Norwich gaol.

March 27. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain, by William de Hamelton, the chancellor, to the dean and chapter of St. Peter's, York, of a bovate of land in Broddesworth and the advowson of the church of that town, to find a chaplain in the chapel of St. Mary, Hamelton, built by him, and two chaplains in the said church of St. Peter, to celebrate divine service for the souls of his father and mother, the said William and his ancestors.

March 26. [Carlisle.]

Mandate to Isabella, late the wife of John de Vescy, keeper of the castle of Baumburgh, to pay out of the farm of the said castle to Roger de Marberthorp, to whom the king granted the custody of the gate of the said castle for life with the usual wages, the wages that other porters have been wont to have.

March 22. Carlisle.

Pardon to John le Smewrigth of Chatton, in the gaol of Newcastle on Tyne, for the death of Adam le Provost of Chatton, as it appears by the record of Guichard de Charron, Hugh de Louthre, and Richard de Horsleye, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that be killed him by misadventure.

March 28. Carlisle.

Simple protection, for two years, for the prior of Lenton, going beyond ceas. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

April 1. Carlisle.

Letters for Walter de Paxton and Margery his wife, staying in Scotland, nominating Robert son of Robert de Osgoteby their attorney for two years.

March 24. Carlisle.

Pardon to William Cumpagnon of Okhampton, the younger, of his outlawry, before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Devon, for the death of Walter son of Walter Halpeny of Castelokhampton, on condition that he surrender to Exeter gaol.

The like to Stephen Bisshop, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, for the death of Adam de Masham and felonies in that county.

March 26. Carlisle.

William de Brokesburn and John de Swaveseie, canons of Merton, bringing news of the death of G. their late prior, have letters of licence to elect.

MEMBRANE 21.

March 26. Carlisle.

Grant, to Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, in part satistaction of 4,000l.'s worth of custodies and marriages, which the king granted him for his surrender of the lands in Scotland, late of James, steward of Scotland, also granted to him by charter of the king, of the custody of two parts of the lands in Cumberland, late of Adam de Twynham and Gilbert de Sutheyk, tenants in chief, during the minority of Walter son and heir of Adam and of Patrick son and heir of Gilbert, of the value of 13l. 10s. 0½d. and 9l. 18s. 8d. and 2/3 of a ½d. respectively; with the marriage of Patrick, or, in case of his death, compensation for the same.

Mandate in pursuance to Richard Oysel, escheator this side Trent.

April 5. Carlisle.

The like to the same, of 100 marks out of the custody of two parts of the lands, late of the said Adam, in Westmoreland, extended at 12l. 5s., and if the said heir die before the term, the earl is to be compensated.

Mandate in pursuance to the above Richard.

March 10. Carlisle.

Mandate to archbishops and other ecclesiastical persons in any dignity or office, not to disturb Walter de Bedewynd, king's clerk, in his possession of the treasurership of the church of St. Peter, York, which he holds by the king's collation and judgment of the king's court. [Fœdera.] By p.s.