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1306-7, membranes 46d, 45d, 44d, 43d, 42d, 40d, 39d, 37d, 35d, 34d, 32d, 31d, 30d, 29d, 28d, 26d, 25d, 22d, 20d, 19d, 18d, 16d, 14d, 12d, 11d, 9d, 8d, 5d, 4d, 3d, 2d, 1d

Pages 538-550

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward I: Volume 4, 1301-1307. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1898.

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MEMBRANE 46d.

1306. Nov. 24. Lanercost.

Commission to William Haward and Henry de Gildeforde, on complaint by John de Eboraco, glover of London, to cause to be recited before them the record and process a plea of trespass that was before the mayor of London between James le Taverner and him and to correct the error if any therein.

Nov. 22. [Lanercost.]

The like to the said Henry and Geoffrey de Hertrepol, on complaint by Richard le Bretun, that whereas Nigel Cambel had a grant of the custody during the minority of the heir of the manor of Ishale, co. Cumberland, late of Hubert de Multon, and transferred it to him, and afterwards the said Nigel's lands were seized into the king's hands by reason of his adhering to the party of Robert de Brus, whereupon the king granted the said custody to Robert de Karliolo, to enquire whether Nigel made the transfer when he was within the king's peace or not, and to return the inquisition to the treasurer at the parliament at Carlisle a week after Hilary. By C.

Nov. 22. Lanercost.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel, Roger de Bella Fago and Thomas de la Hyde, on complaint by William le Poer, coroner in the islands of Sullye, belonging to the county of Cornwall, that whereas he went to le Val and Treskau in those islands to enquire touching homicides, &c. Ranulph de Albo Monasterio, Michael Petit, Edmund Speccott, John Gabbere, Robert abbot of Tavystok, brother John de Yalmeton, brother John de Exonia, and Oliver de Sullye chaplain, caused him to be imprisoned by persons unknown at le Val until he made fine with them by 100s., and that whereas the said Ranulph holds the castle of Evor in the island of Sullye by the service of finding and maintaining twelve men-at-arms there to keep the peace, he does not find them, but receives felons and thieves, whereby the coroner and his bailiffs are prevented from entering those islands and exercising their office.

Nov. 24. Lanercost.

The like to Peter Mallorre and Hugh Wake, touching the persons who killed Richard le Taillur of Watford at Watford, co. Northampton.

MEMBRANE 45d.

Nov. 22. Lanercost.

The like to Lambert de Thrikyngham, Walter de Gloucestre, and Roger de Scotre, touching a complaint by Master William Gernun, parson of the church of Seryvelby, that Thomas de Ludelawe, Simon le Provost of Seryvelby, and John his son, with others, invaded his house at Seryvelby and carried away his beasts and corn, assaulted Thomas de Sancto Botulpho, his serjeant, distrained his beasts and chattels for a large sum, although he owed them nothing, and prevented him from depasturing his pasture there with his cattle or cultivating his land. By C. Lanercost.

Lanercost.

The like to William de Ormesby and Richard de Walsingham, on complaint by William Servat, James Pylat, Bartholomew Angeler and John le Mounter, merchants of Lombardy, and by the merchants of the society of the Perruchi and Bardi, that whereas they conjointly freighted a ship of John Poeyt of Barflete, at Hul, with 126 sacks 3 pockets of wool to take to the port of Gravelyng in Flanders, and the ship was wrecked at Styvekey, but all the men were saved, and whereas they freighted another ship of William de Westhalfthewatre of Lenn, to take the said wool to Gravelyng, which was also wrecked at Blakeneye, but all the mariners and others saved, some persons carried away 95 sacks on the sea-coast at Blakeneye.

Dec. 1. Lanercost.

The like to William Haward, Hervey de Staunton and Robert de Retford, on complaint on behalf of the prior of the Friars Preachers, London, that whereas he has an underground conduit from a spring near Clerkenwell to his house in London, through a garden late of Richard Dicun in Westsmythefeld, and his predecessors have had it a long time, Philip son of Richard Dicun, broke the pipes of the conduit in the said garden, and so cut off the water and carried away his goods. By the treasurer.

Dec. 1. Lanercost.

The like to Hervey de Staunton and Robert de Reydon, on complaint by William de Carleton, king's clerk, that Richard Loveday, Geoffrey de Dersham, Alan de Wilburgham, John Coyn, Peter Keteling, John Crowe, John Mory, John Berdele, Richard le Dryvere and Edmund de Heybrok, broke his close at Great Bresete, co. Suffolk, depastured his grass and threw down his free fold there. By the treasurer and council.

MEMBRANE 44d.

Dec. 4. Lanercost.

The like to Hervey de Staunton and John Abel, on complaint by Margery, late wife of Robert de Basing, touching the persons who entered the manor of Little Eystanes, co. Essex, which is of the inheritance of Thomas son and heir of Matthew de Lovaigne, a king's ward, and which is in the said Margery's custody by demise of Matthias de Monte Martini, to whom the king committed it, during the minority of the heir, broke the gates and houses, carried away her goods and assaulted her men and servants. By the treasurer.

Dec. 3. Lanercost.

The like to Roger de Bella Fago, John de Dene and John de Undel, touching the persons who carried away the goods of Master Peter de Askerne, parson of the church of Checkele, at Blithewode, Paunesleye, Neuton, Tene and Checkele, co. Stafford. By p.s.

Nov. 25. Lanercost.

Commission to Adam de Middelton and Henry le Scrop, on complaint by John de Mubray, to enquire touching the waste and destruction of the lands late of his father, Roger de Mubray, in the counties of York and Lincoln, while they were in the king's custody by reason of his minority.

MEMBRANE 43d.

Dec. 3. Lanercost.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de la Hyde and Thomas de Swayneseye, touching contentions and discords between the stannarymen in Devon and Cornwall, as also between them and other foreigners (forinsecos). By the treasurer.

Dec. 3. Lanercost.

The like to Henry Spigurnel and Thomas de la Hyde, on petition by William Coppe, king's mariner of Southampton, before the king and council, that whereas Roger Baret and his fellows, servants of the said William, to whom he handed over a ship laden with merchandise to take to Cornwall, and they took on board John de Hibernia and David his fellow to take to those parts, the latter killed the said Roger and his fellows, and carried away 10l. from the ship; and they are to restore to the said William his ship and merchandise which were taken into the king's hands by reason hereof by the sheriff of Cornwall.

Nov. 26. Lanercost.

The like to John Byrun, Hugh Louthre and John Sampson, touching an appeal which Isabella, late the wife of John son of Hugh, brings in the county of York, against Robert de Sancto Paulo, James de Sancto Paulo, Eudo de Sancto Paulo, and William de Ruley, for robbery and breaking the peace. By fine of 40s. at the instance of the prince.

Dec. 11. Lanercost.

The like to Roger de Heghham, Thomas Wale and Nicholas de Warrewyk, touching the persons who entered the park of John de Hastingg at Yerdele, his free chace there and his warren in his copse (brusca) of Barton, co. Northampton, hunted therein and carried away deer and hares in the park, chace and warren, and cut down and carried away trees in the copse.

MEMBRANE 42d.

Dec. 20. Lanercost.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to William de Carleton, William Howard, John de Thorp and John le Bretun, on the sea-coast and parts adjacent of the county of Norfolk.

Dec. 20. Lanercost.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Swynerburn, Thomas de Fissheburn and Geoffrey de Hertlepol, touching the persons who broke the park of John de Cambhou at Horton by Chatton, co. Northumberland, hunted therein and carried away deer.

MEMBRANE 40d.

1307. Jan. 24. Lanercost.

The like to Peter Malorre and John Bluet, touching the persons who entered the manor of John de la Mare, while he was on the king's service and under his protection, at Castelcumbe, co. Wilts, hunted in his warren there and carried away rabbits and other goods. By pet. of C.

Jan. 20. Lanercost.

The like to William le Vavassur and Hugh de Louther, on supplication by John de Immere and Florentinus his fellow, and Benedict de Watford, yeoman of the household of Edward, prince of Wales, touching the death of William Scot, yeoman of Duncan de Farendragh juxta Wetherby, whereof they are charged; the jury to be of the county of York. By C. on the information of Miles de Stapelton.

MEMBRANE 39d.

Jan. 30. Lanercost.

The like to William Martyn, Henry Spigurnel and Gilbert de Knovill, touching the persons who entered the park and free warren of William de Hastinges, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, at Berwick, co. Somerset, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares, rabbits and partridges. By pet. of C.

Jan. 30. Lanercost.

Association of Hugh de Louther and Adam de Middelton, to enquire touching the bounds by which the ancestors of John de Moubray held their free chaces in Burton in Lonesdale and Niddresdale, co. York.

Feb. 3. Lanercost.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Peter Mallorre and John Bluet, touching the persons who entered the manor of John de la Mare, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, at Castelcumbe, co. Wilts, and held a court of his men and tenants under compulsion, extorted money from them and removed his bailiffs, reeves, and other ministers from the custody thereof, and put others in their place, hunted in his free warren and carried away rabbits.

March 28. Carlisle.

The like to William de Bereford, Henry de Sutton, and Alexander de Cave, touching the persons who carried away the goods of Thomas de Burton, chaplain, at Raventhorp, co. York, while he was staying in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection. By the treasurer, on the information of Adam de Osgoteby.

The like to the same, on complaint by Thomas de Burton, executor of the will of William de la Dale, that whereas the latter recovered before the Bench, against William de Raventhorp, the custody of the land and heir of Nicholas de Burton, who held his land of him by knight service, Robert de Mellon, with others, carried away corn and other goods in his custody at Raventhorp, co. York.

By the treasurer, on the information of Adam de Osgoteby, for the chaplain of the prince.

Feb. 5. Lanercost.

The like to Philip de Gayton and Nicholas de Warrewyk, touching the persons who killed 78 sheep of John Hastang worth 20l., at Lemynton, co. Warwick. By p.s.

Feb. 3. Lanercost.

The like to William le Wavasur and A. de Middelton, touching the persons who broke the parks of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, at Scales and Ackeworth, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer. By C.

Feb. 2. Lanercost.

The like to William de Bereford and Henry de Sutton, on complaint by John de Segrave that John, abbot of Burton-on-Trent, and others, mowed his meadow at Bretteby, co. Derby, while he was on the king's service in Scotland and under his protection, and carried away the hay. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 37d.

Feb. 15. Lanercost.

The like to Peter Malorre and Hervey de Stanton, on petition before the king and council by John de Gorleston, William Man, Simon de Belton, Bartholomew Love, John de Blundeston, William de Gapeton, Thomas de Enges, and Roger Woderove, men and merchants of the towns of Suth Gernemuth and Gorleston, co. Suffolk, which are within the half hundred of Luddinglond, that Henry Rose, William Fastolf, John Elys, William de Goseford, Robert de Northfolk, Alexander de Ocle, Walter le White, Peter Ratele and Thomas Starlingg with others, took ten ships laden by them with firewood, herring, fish, corn, salt and other victuals, at the said towns, and led them away. By pet. of C.

Feb. 15. Lanercost.

The like to the same, on trustworthy complaint, that Henry Rose and the above-mentioned persons took 200 ships of merchants strangers laden as above, at the above towns, and would not permit them to pay the custom due to the king by reason of the said half hundred. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 35d.

Feb. 12. Lanercost.

The like to Henry le Scrop and Adam de Middelton, on complaint by Joan, late the wife of John Wake, that whereas in her fee at Upsale, co. York, she caused beasts to be impounded by William de Malton, her serjeant, for customs and services due to her, certain persons rescued the beasts and assaulted her serjeant. By the treasurer.

MEMBRANE 34d.

[Commission to] Thomas de Fissheburne and Adam de Middelton, on complaint by Andrew de Bolingbrok, late mayor of York, that whereas he sealed the door of a tavern of Peter le Taverner in that city, because Peter was selling wine against the assize, and sent John de Botercram, king's bailiff of the city, to attach William son of Thomas Chauncy, for violating the seal, breaking the door and entering the tavern and disposing of the wine, whereupon the said William assaulted the bailiff, struck the mayor, who had his hood on (cum capucio suo), with a drawn knife and almost cut his throat, and trampled him so that he hardly escaped with his life. [ Unfinished entry.]

Feb. 12. Lanercost.

The like to the same, to enquire into the above matter, which concludes with the following words :—"and when the said William, the hue and cry having been raised, was arrested at home, and brought to the city court to answer therefor, he contemptuously avowed all these excesses in full court and was condemned to gaol, and while being taken to gaol by the city bailiffs, escaped from their custody." By the chancellor at the instance of Miles de Stapelton.

MEMBRANE 32d.

Feb. 18. Lanercost.

The like to William Howard and William de Ormesby, touching the persons who, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, broke the bridge and gates of Edward Charles' manor of Esham, co. Suffolk, felled his trees and carried them away, and beat his men.

Feb. 18. Lanercost.

The like to John de Insula, Hugh de Louther and Geoffrey de Hertelpol, touching the footmen selected in the counties of Westmoreland and Cumberland, to be at Carlisle on Wednesday, 1 August, to go against Robert de Brus and his accomplices, who deserted, and to punish the guilty.

Feb. 24. Lanercost.

The like to Adam de Benton, Robert de Barton and John de Dudden, touching persons aggrieved by the king's ministers in the county of Northumberland, concerning victuals and carriage, who spared some for money or gifts and charged others; and the coroners are to provide jurors.

Feb. 20. Lanercost.

Commission to John de Insula and Hugh de Louthre to deliver Carlisle gaol of Thomas, parson of the church of Maundeby, who was appealed before the coroners of the county of Nottingham by William le Fleming of Nottingham, late approver in Nottingham gaol, deceased, of a robbery committed by him and the said Thomas in Plumpton Launde, in the forest of Englewode, co. Cumberland, for which he was placed in custody in Nottingham gaol, but as he could not conveniently be delivered from that gaol without an inquisition being made by jurors of Cumberland, the sheriff of Nottingham was commanded to conduct him to Carlisle and to deliver him to the sheriff of Cumberland, to keep in safe custody in Carlisle gaol until he is delivered.

March 1. Lanercost.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Peter de Malo Lacu and Lambert de Trikingham, on complaint by the abbot of Whiteby that Henry de Percy and others felled his trees at Whiteby Hakeneis and Harwode, co. York, and carried them and his goods away, impounded his beasts from his ploughs, and drove some to places unknown. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 31d.

Feb. 21. Lanercost.

The like to Peter de Malo Lacu, Edmund de Eyncurt, William de Vavassur, William de Bereford and Adam de Middelton, touching trespasses against the peace in the counties of Lincoln, York, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland, Lancaster, Nottingham, Derby, Warwick and Leicester. By C.

The like of the following in the following counties :—

William Martyn, Cornwall, Devon, Somerset, Dorset, Hereford, Worcester, Salop, Stafford, Wilts, Southampton.
Gilbert de Knovill,
Roger de Bella Fago,
John de Mutford.
William Inge, Norfolk and Suffolk.
John de Thorp,
Hugh de Louthre,
John le Bretoun,
Richard de Walsingham.
William Haward, Essex, Hertford, Gloucester, Northampton, Oxford, Berks, Bedford, Buckingham, Rutland, Cambridge and Huntingdon.
Nicholas Fermbaud,
Thomas de Snyterton,
John de Batesford.
Roger de Hegham, Kent, Surrey, Sussex, Middlesex and the city of London.
Peter Mallorre,
Robert de Retford.
Robert de Bures, Northumberland, Cumberland, Westmoreland. By p.s.
John de Insula,
Henry de Gildeford,
Hugh de Louthre.

April 25. Carlisle.

June 8. Carlisle.

Association of Henry Spigurnel with the above Peter de Malo Lacu and others in the counties of Warwick and Leicester. By C.

MEMBRANE 30d.

March 4. Kirkcambeck.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Bereford, Henry de Sutton and Gerard de Salveyn, on complaint by Isabella de la More that Marmaduke de Twenge, Thomas le Charetter of Holm, John le Bocher, John Galpyn, William Cut, Roger son of Robert le Provost of Lund, William son of Richard Boble, John son of Walter le Tistour, Thomas Galpyn, William son of Robert le Provost, Hugh Pegge, and Robert de Estthorp and others uprooted, felled and carried away her trees at le Lund by Watton, co. York. By p.s.

March 6. Linstock.

Commission to Henry de Gildeford, John de Sandale and John de Swynburn, to enquire touching the amount of wool, hides and woolfells from the liberty of the bishopric of Durham taken to Hertelpol and other places within that liberty, whereon Anthony, bishop of Durham, when interrogated before the council at Carlisle, acknowledged that he had appropriated the custom as belonging to his royal liberty from the date of the restitution of his temporalities, which custom, however, as being granted to the king within and without liberties, he was sentenced to restore, and to certify the king in Chancery before the morrow of the Ascension. Robert de Clifford, keeper of that liberty, is to provide a jury.

March 13. Carlisle.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Werblyngton and Nicholas de Warrewyk, on complaint by Henry Hendy that Adam de Paulesholt and others broke bis house at Fytelton, co. Wilts, assaulted him and his servants, and led away 200 sheep. By C. on the information of J. de Kirkeby.

MEMBRANE 29d.

March 12. Carlisle.

Commission to Gilbert do Knovill and Roger de Bella Fago on petition before the king and Council by the citizens of the city of Exeter, to call before them the mayor and bailiffs and audit the accounts of murage of Exeter. By pet. of C.

March 12. Carlisle.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel, John Abel and John Randolf, touching the persons who entered Margaret the queenconsort's parks at Havering and Releye, co. Essex, Stoke Neyland, co. Suffolk, Ledes, co. Kent, Banstede and Guldeford, co. Surrey, Odyham, co. Southampton, Devyses and Mere, co. Wilts, Cammel, co. Somerset, Gillingham, co. Dorset, Berkhamstede, co. Hertford, hunted therein and carried away deer.

The like to Henry Spigurnel, John Abel and Robert de Harudon, touching the persons who entered her forests of New Forest and Porcestre, co. Southampton, Gillingham, co. Dorset, Savernak, Chippenham, Melkesham and Peuesham, co. Wilts, and Feckenham, co. Worcester, hunted therein and carried away deer.

March 14. Carlisle.

The like to Robert son of Payn, Peter Malorre and Walter de Pavely, touching the persons who broke the parks of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, of Henstrigge and Aldeburn, in the counties of Somerset and Wilts, his free chaces and warrens of Canford, Wymburn, Holt and Kyngeston, co. Dorset, and his free warrens of Henstrigge, Cherleton and Kyngesbury, co. Somerset, his free chaces and warrens of Aldeburn, Troubrigge, Avynton, Wynterburn and Ambresbury, co. Wilts, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares, rabbits and partridges. By the Chancellor.

MEMBRANE 28d.

March 14. Carlisle.

The like to Hugh Daudeleye, William Inge, Robert de Staundon and William Wyther on representation on behalf of Richard de la Chaumbre the elder, that Edmund, earl of Arundel, and Alexander de Shavynton, his bailiff, by reason of a prosecution which Richard son of the said Richard made against the earl for trespasses committed against himself, took the said Richard the elder, at Oswaldestre, and have imprisoned him and caused him to be indicted of the death of five men, adherents of David son of Griffith, then the king's rebel and enemy, in the Welsh war. The bailiffs of Edward, prince of Wales, of his liberties of Overton and Montgomery; of Fulk fuiz Warin of the liberty of Whydinton; of Roger Lestrange of Ellesmere are to provide a jury. By pet. of C.

The like to the same at the suit of Richard de la Chaumbre, parson of the church of Legh, that Edmund, earl of Arundel, and his men and bailiffs, to wit, Alexander de Shavynton, John le Roter, Philip Cogeyn, chaplain, William Da, Richard le Brer, Griffin Seys, Rerith Gauer, Yavan Gogh of Martinchirche, Eynon Craghgauer, David ab Wyon and William ab Eynon, took 20 horses, 80 oxen, 100 cows, 1,200 sheep, 100 pigs and 100 she-goats, worth 2,000 marks, at Osewaldestre and Bromhurst, Aston, Great Wodeton, Meresbury, Swyneie, Thlaunvorda and Treverklauth, within the liberty of Osewaldestre, led and carried them away. The jury is to be provided as above. By pet. of C.

The like to the same at the suit of the said Richard that the said earl and his bailiffs, to wit, John de Nevill, William de Ludelawe, Richard de la Chaumbre the elder, Roger de Cheynee, William de Egyndon, Alexander de Shavynton, John le Roter, William le Engleis, Philip Cogeyn, chaplain, William Da, Richard le Brer, Griffith Seys, Rerith Gauer, Yevan Gogh of Martinchirche, Eynon Craghgauer, David ab Wyon, Morgan son of Griffith de Kynewreston and William ab Eynon, disseised him of his free tenement in Osewaldestre and Bromhurst, Aston, Hideslond by Middelton, Great Wodeton, Little Wodeton, Twyford, Upton, Meresbury, Swyneie, Weston, Thlammorda, Treverklauth, Trevonnen Vaghan, Soghton, Kuennyon Gaeyr, Thlanmenygh, Thloyn, Tudemon, Tresprennol, Blodewal Vaghan, Carthhelok, Martinchirche, Wygynton, Ifton and Dool within the liberty of Osewaldestre. By pet. of C.

March 18. Carlisle.

The like to John de Geddingg, Edmund de Passele and Simon Est, on complaint by Hervey de Staunton, king's clerk, that Nicholas de Trowes, William de Burchard of Thorp, Thomas son of William de Talworthe of Ixeworthe and William Dolling and others by night broke his houses at Pakenham, fished in his stews and carried away fish.

March 15. Carlisle.

The like to Guichard de Charrun, Hugh de Louthre and Adam de Middelton on complaint by the abbot of Newminster, that Gilbert de Umframvill, Thomas de la Cusine, John son of Richard de Horsleye, William Fucarman and Adam de Werdale and others took his cattle from his ploughs in the high road at Brerilawe and impounded them; drove away with his dogs other of his cattle in his several pastures of Rughop in Chyvyot moor to Hirbotle within the liberty of Gilbert de Redesdale and impounded them there; took others within his close at Roset and drove them to Otterburn and impounded them; took others in his several pasture at Filton and impounded some at Prudhou and some at Hirlawe and assaulted his servants at Erriespeth in Chyvyot moor, co. Northumberland. At another time it was sealed by fine of 100s.

MEMBRANE 26d.

March 20. Carlisle.

The like to William Inge, John de Thorp, Hugh de Louthre, John le Breton and Richard de Walsingham, on complaint by Hugh de Fourn, merchant of la Rochele, that he freighted a ship of Richard le Cuper by Hugh Knyght, master thereof, in the port of Nande by Rochele, and laded it with 60 tuns of wine, to take to the port of Gravelyngg in Flanders, and Hugh Knyght, John Fraunceys and William de Dallyng and others, at sea, drowned Peter de Vilers, deputed by the said Hugh de Fourn to the custody of the wine in that ship, left Gravelyngg and betook themselves to the port of Yarmouth and elsewhere within the bailiwick of the sheriff of Norfolk and exposed it for sale. By the treasurer.

March 12. Carlisle.

Commission to William Inge, William de Mortuo Mari and John de Nevill, on petition by Edmund, earl of Arundel, son and heir of Richard son of Alan, sometime earl of Arundel, tenant in chief, to enquire touching the waste and purpresture of his lands in the counties of Sussex, Norfolk, Wilts, Oxford, Salop, Stafford, Warwick, Leicester, Lincoln, Northampton and Derby, while they were in the king's custody during his minority. By pet. of C.

March 25. Carlisle.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Scropp and John de Creppingg, touching the persons who killed Roger de Ravenesby at Crosseby Raveneswart, co. Westmoreland. By the treasurer.

March 16. Carlisle.

The like to William Inge, William de Mortuo Mari and John de Nevill, touching the persons who, during his minority, cut down the trees of Edmund, earl of Arundel, at Shrewardyn, Upton under Haghemon, Wroccestre, Hope Say, Alghhamston, Westhope and Acton la Rounde, co. Salop, at Arundel, Burn, Stanstede, Estden, Dunhirst and Palingham, co. Sussex, Kyveley, co. Wilts, Mileham, co. Norfolk, Chepingnorton, co. Oxford, broke his hedges and stanks in those towns, fished in his stews at Shrewardyn and Wroecestre and took fish, broke his parks at Shrewardyn and Arundel, hunted therein and in his free chaces and warrens there and at Upton under Haghemon, and in his free warrens at Wroecestre, Alghhamston, Westhope, Acton la Rounde, Burn, Stanstede, Estden, Dunhirst, Palingham, Keveleye, Mileham and Chepingnorton and in his ceney warren at Shrewardyn and carried away deer, hares, rabbits and partridges. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 25d.

March 26. Carlisle.

The like to the same touching the persons who carried away the goods of Hugh de Birton, clerk, at Birton, co. Salop, while he was on the king's service in Scotland, in the company of Edmund, earl of Arundel. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

MEMBRANE 22d.

March 20. Carlisle.

Mandate to all sheriffs, bailiffs, and others to detain all persons collecting money, beasts, legacies and other goods to the use of the fabric and shrine (capsule) of St. John of Beverley who have not testimonial letters of the chapter, as it appears that many persons wandering in England, Wales and Ireland are collecting and converting the same to their own use.

March 26. Carlisle.

Commission to William Howard and John de Bauquell to cause to be recited before them the record and process of a plea of trespass of Roger Brunne against Avice la Haubergere which was before the mayor of London and to correct the error, if any, therein.

March 28. Carlisle.

The like to John de Swyneburn, Robert Herun and Thomas de Sheffeld to enquire by jury of the town of Berwick and of the county of Northumberland touching an allegation against A. bishop of Durham, that since the king's bridge between the town of Berewick and Twedemuth fell he has collected a moiety of the profit of the passage over the Twede, to the disherison and loss of the king and of John Hayward, king's serjeant, to whom he granted the passage in fee. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 20d.

March 26. Carlisle.

The like to Roger de Hegham and Ralph de Sandwyco, touching a petition before the king and council by Philip Balun of London that whereas Roger le Bygod, late earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, held a tenement of him at La Brokenwharfe in London at 40s. rent, he cannot come to distrain that tenement because it is in the king's hands by reason of the earl's death. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 19d.

April 1. Carlisle.

Association of John de Thorp in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William Howard and Hervey de Staunton, by jury of the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, touching persons who discharged fish and goods at Little Yarmouth and Gorleston, contrary to the charter granted to Great Yarmouth. By pet. of C.

May 6. Carlisle.

Commission to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, and John de Acton, on petition by J. bishop of Llandaff before the king and Council, that whereas the king, for the assistance of the bishopric and the maintenance of a chaplain celebrating divine service in the chapel of All Saints, la Neulond, within the forest of Dene, which is appropriated to that bishopric, granted to the said bishop and his successors all tithes of new assarts in that forest, without the limits of any parish, as belonging to the said chapel, the dean and chapter of Hereford, parsons of the church of Lydeneye, Master William de Kyngescote, parson of the church of Westbury on Severn, John, parson of the church of Ruardyn, Ralph de Habehale, parson of the church of Bykenore Engleis, John, parson of the church of Staunton, Henry, parson of the church of Great Dene, and Adam, parson of the church of Aure, asserting that the assarts were within the limits of the parishes of their churches, which are not of the king's patronage, prevented him from collecting the said tithes; to enquire what are the metes and bounds between the said parishes and the king's said demesnes and assarts. Hugh le Despenser, justice of the forest beyond Trent, is commanded to provide the verderers and foresters of the forest of Dene and the sheriff of Gloucester other good men to form a jury, and the inquisition is to be returned to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer a fortnight after Midsummer. By petition returned from the Council.

MEMBRANE 18d.

April 4. Carlisle.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Eyncurt and John .... on complaint by Alan de Wytherdeleye that Robert, abbot of Funtaynes, brother Thomas Stuue, brother Robert le Stodhirde, lay brethren, Walter son of Simon de Staynleye, Robert son of Arnold, Alan Stubald, Adam de Edlyngthorp, Robert son of John de Qwyxleye, Richard son of John, Simon de Staynleye, Philip de Quixlay, Hugh de Cotum, Richard le Wrighte, John Walmanan, William le Gynur, Robert le Mouner, Simon de Dene, Richard le 'Personesbrother of Quixlay,' William Kyng, Peter Pate, William Gylan, William son of Peter, Nicholas le Clerk, Robert son of Peter, Henry Pas and Richard le Mouner assaulted him at Quixlay, co. York. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

MEMBRANE 16d.

May 5. Carlisle.

The like to William Martyn, Roger de Bella Fago and Thomas Lercedeakne, on complaint by John de Ispannia, merchant, that whereas he and his fellows, merchants of Spain, laded a ship called la Maudelayne, which was wrecked on the coast of Cornwall, William de Dorneth of Talcarn, Thomas de Treuf, and William his brother and others of the county of Cornwall carried away the goods, although those that were in her escaped alive; and they are to cause restitution to be made.

May 4. Carlisle.

Association of Henry Spigurnel, in the room of Roger de Heghham and Robert de Retford, with Peter Mallorre in a commission of oyer and terminer, directed to the latter, touching offences against the peace in the county of Middlesex, touching those who have hired others to beat and slay men in fairs, markets and other places, and intimidated persons in assizes, juries and recognisances and inquisitions from telling the truth or indicting such malefactors, etc. as above.

MEMBRANE 14d.

June 4. Carlisle.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to William Pyrot, John Malemeyns, John de Gosehale and Henry de Woghhope along the coast of Kent and Sussex.

MEMBRANE 12d.

May 16. Carlisle.

The like to Ralph (sic) de Friskenay, Henry de Baiocis, Gilbert de Toutheby and Robert de Malberthorp in Lindsey, co. Lincoln.

May 24. Carlisle.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Howard, Thomas de Snyterton and John de Batesford on complaint by Nicholas Fermbaud that Hugh Durival, William Passelewe and William his son, Nigel de Salford, Peter Bryan, Henry Child of Wrast, Adam Page, John Mannyng, William Foulfissh of Tudyngdon, William le Carpenter of Tudyngdon and Robert le Fevre of Tudyngdon with others by night broke his close at Holcote, fished in his stews there and carried away fish.

MEMBRANE 11d.

June 1. Carlisle.

The like to William Haward, Nicholas Fermbaud, Thomas de Snyterton, and John de Batesford on complaint by Nicholas de Eure, touching the persons who fished in his several fishery at Caldecote by Neuport Paynel, co. Buckingham, and carried away fish. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

MEMBRANE 9d.

June 4. Carlisle.

The like to William Howard, William de Kerdeston and Walter de Norwyco, touching the persons who broke the park of John, bishop of Norwich, of Hevingham, while he was beyond seas and under the king's protection, hunted therein and carried away deer. By the treasurer.

June 7. Carlisle.

Commission to Hervey de Staunton and Nicholas de Warwyk to cause to be recited before them a plea of Walter de Wyk and Matilda his wife against John de Laufare, touching a messuage in London, which was before the mayor and sheriffs, and to correct the error, if any, therein.

June 4. Carlisle.

Commission to Roger le Brabanzon, Ralph de Sandwyco and John le Blund, mayor of the city of London, to associate with themselves the more discreet of the aldermen and survey the water-course of Flete running under the bridge of Holeburn to the Thames, which is said to be obstructed and straitened by mud and filth being thrown into it and by the new raising of a quay by the master and brethren of the New Temple, London, for their mills on the Thames by Castle Baignard, so that boats with corn, wine, firewood and other necessaries cannot go from the Thames by means of the water-course as they have been accustomed, and to cause the obstructions to be removed by those they think liable, and the water-course to be made as broad and deep as anciently it used to be. The jury to be of the city and suburb. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 8d.

June 24. Carlisle.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Peter Malorre and John Randolf, on complaint by H. bishop of Winchester, touching the persons who entered his free chaces at Farnham, co. Surrey, and Dounton, co. Wilts, hunted therein and carried away deer. By the treasurer.

MEMBRANE 5d.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Commission to Edmund de Eyncurt, William de Bereford and Adam de Middelton to enquire by jury of the county of Nottingham touching a petition before the king and council by W. archbishop of York that whereas he was accustomed to have institutions and deprivations in the churches of Ludham, Estmarkham, Westmarkham, Wheteleye, Harworth, Estbriggeford and Walesby in his diocese, as parish churches and cures, and to exercise the jurisdiction of the ordinary therein, like his predecessors, and whereas the dean and chapter exercised the like in times of voidance until the king preferred Boniface de Saluciis to the chapel of Tikehill, and the rectors and vicars thereof have been accustomed to be admitted thereto by the archbishop or in times of voidance by the dean and chapter, and inducted into possession thereof, upon their mandate, by the archdeacon of Nottingham and no other, and the archdeacon made visitations and exercised other archidiaconal jurisdictions therein until the time of the said collation, they have since been prevented by the said Boniface. The inquisition is to be returned before the king a fortnight after Michaelmas.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Commission to Ralph de Sandewyco and John le Blund to enquire touching a complaint by the prelates and magnates of the realm frequenting London and of persons dwelling there and at Suthwerk, Waplyng and Estsmythefeld, that whereas smelters (rogorum artifices) were accustomed to make their fires there of firewood or charcoal, they now more than usual make them of sea-coal, whereby an intolerable stench diffuses itself in the neighbourhood and infects the air, in consequence whereof the king commanded the mayor and sheriffs of London and the sheriffs of Middlesex and Surrey to make proclamation that all persons wishing to exercise that mystery should cease to use coal, the ordinance is not observed; and they are to punish offenders by grievous ransoms.

MEMBRANE 4d.

June 26. Carlisle.

The like to John de Insula and John de Kirkeby—on petition before the king and council at Carlisle by Michael de Harcla that whereas in the parliament at Westminster, 33 Edward I., the king commanded the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to discharge him in his account of those issues which, as sheriff of Cumberland, he could not levy because of the depredations and burnings by the Scots and the king's enemies and rebels in that county, the same was nevertheless not allowed, because the treasurer and barons were not certified thereof—to enquire by jury of the county what issues he was prevented from levying. By pet. of C.

June 28. Caldcoats.

The like to Hervey de Stanton, John le Bretun and Henry de Hales, on complaint by the abbot of St. Edmunds that John Holt of Helegeye, Adam his son, Hugh Smere, Simon Wulf, Everard Brid, Walter de Bitering of Helegeye, Richard le Meire, John son of Hugh Smere, William his brother, John le Palmer the elder, John his son, Alexander Blok, Walter le Suour, Thomas le Clerk, Adam Aldwyne of Helegeye, Hugh de Derham, Walter his son, Bartholomew de Stradesete, John le Herde, Warin de Stoke of Helegeye, John Gele, Benedict Slary, Henry Heygrym, Henry le Thresher, Ralph Mayner, Robert Honeye, Walter Homy, Thomas Kelle of Denever, John Mariot of Riston, John son of Matilda de Methelwode, Richard Mite of Estmor, John son of Agnes Puttok, Simon Gower, William Hamund of Helegeye and Roger Pekkeston of Methelwode with others entered his meadows, marshes and several pastures at Suthreye by Helegeye, co. Norfolk, mowed his grass rostum ac lecheam and carried it away.

MEMBRANE 3d.

1307. June 28. Caldcoats.

Commission to H. Spigurnel, John Abel and Robert de Harudon to enquire touching trespasses of vert and venison in the forests of the New Forest and Porcestre, co. Southampton, Gillingham, co. Somerset, Savernak, Melkesham, Chippenham and Pewesham, co. Wilts, and Feckenham, co. Worcester, since they came to the hands of queen Margaret, and to attach the guilty.

MEMBRANE 2d.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Howard, Hervey de Stanton, William de Carleton, John le Bretun and Walter de Norwico, by jury of the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, touching persons who have discharged goods at Little Yarmouth and Gorleston, to the prejudice of the burgesses of Great Yarmouth.

July 6. Burgh-onSands.

Association of John de Berewyco and Richard de Walsingham, in the room of Peter Malorre, with Hervey de Stanton, in a commission of oyer and terminer, directed to the latter, on complaint by John de Gorleston and others above mentioned.

MEMBRANE 1d.

July 6. Burgh-onSands.

The like of the same, in the room of the said Peter, with the said Hervey, in a commission of oyer and terminer, directed to the latter, on complaint by Henry Ros and others above mentioned.