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1301-2, membranes 36d, 35d, 33d, 32d, 31d, 30d, 27d, 26d, 24d, 23d, 22d, 21d, 20d, 19d, 18d, 16d, 15d, 14d, 13d, 12d, 9d, 8d, 7d, 6d, 5d, 4d, 3d

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

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MEMBRANE 36d.

1301. Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

Association of Henry Spigurnel with William Haward and John Bacun in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter, touching the persons who carried away the goods of Ralph de Monte Hermer, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, out of his ship in his port of Suthwaude, co. Suffolk, while he was on the king's service and under his protection in Scotland, and cut into small pieces and sunk some of his ships that put in there, and prevented his mariners from putting in there.

Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Peter Mallore and John Randolf touching an appeal which Walter le Poer brings in the county of Southampton against Peter le Messer, Simon le Charetter, William le Porcher, John le Frankeleyn, William le Ber, John le Neweman, John le Tug the younger, Robert atte Ok, John atte Thorn, Geoffrey le Ber, Henry Gille, Richard Gille, John Nicol, Adam Gurdun of Ichene and Nicholas de Wylteshire, shepherd, for the death of William le Poer, his brother. By fine of 40s.

Nov. 24. Linlithgow.

The like to William Inge and Hervey de Staunton touching the persons who carried away the goods of Robert de Chishill while he was on the king's service in Scotland and under his protection, with Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son, at Colne Engaigne, co. Essex, and beat his men. By fine made at the Exchequer.

Nov. 21. Linlithgow.

The like to Gilbert de Roubyri and Harseulph de Cleseby, on complaint by Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, that Richard de Neusum and Roger his brother, Thomas Chaumpeneys, Roger Scot and Mauger de Neusum, with many others, assaulted his men at Neusum, co. York, as they were taking victuals and other goods to the earl and his men in Scotland, and carried away the said victuals, while he was there on the king's service and under his protection in the company of Edward, the king's son. By p.s.

Nov. 17. Linlithgow.

The like to William Martin, John Randolf, John de Batesford and William de Caumvill the younger, on complaint by the prior and Friars Preachers of Exeter touching the persons who entered their close at Exeter, co. Devon, broke the doors of their houses there and carried away their goods. By p.s.

Dec. 7. Linlithgow.

The like to Roger le Brabazon, William de Bereford and Lambert de Thrikingham, on behalf of the abbot of Wellebek, touching the persons who broke the dyke and hedge which, in consideration of 200l. paid at the Exchequer, he had licence to make in a part of the wood of Rumwode, co. Nottingham, between his wood there and the park of Thomas de Furnivall, extending between Wirksop and Warksop towards the west, and containing 60 acres by the forest perch, together with a plot of land called Carbertonstorth. By C.

MEMBRANE 35d.

Dec. 2. Linlithgow.

The like to Gilbert de Knovill and Richard Pyk', on complaint by John de Bello Campo of Sumersete, that Thomas de Wotton, Thomas de Shirefold, William son of William de Shirefold, Thomas Frere, Walter Frere, Nicholas le Warenner of Reygate, Hugh le Tayllur of Reygate, John son of Thomas le Frenshe, Thomas his brother, William le Warenner of Reygate, Richard le Maresehal of Reygate, Robert Herigaud, Ranulph atte Redehelde, Walter Takerer of Reygate, Gilbert Balifee, John le Parker of Blachinglegh, John Miles of Blachinglegh, John de Londres, Thomas Vulfrich of Chapstede, John de Stadbiry, Gilbert atte Dene of Chepstede, Andrew atte Dene, Walter Famel, Henry Mariot, Henry Prude, William Oliver of Croyndon, John atte Temple, John Dunie of Croyndon, Roger de la Loge, Robert de Cokfeid, Henry de Holee, William le Serjaunt of Chalvedon, William Dunnere of Luvelane, Walter son of Robert Wodeward of Watedon, Robert Magere. Roger de Collee, William Nunetzhalle, Henry Sunt, serjeant, Robert Wyde, Hugh Dunshedde of Langestede, John Vulfrich atte Dene, Thomas Stonhard, John son of Joan de la Redestone, Peter Blaundiz, Simon Blaundiz, John Jove. Roger de la Redestone, Gilbert atte Pende, Roger le Berchere of Chepstede, John Sopere, John Cok, William Knyght, John Traylli, Hamo de Gatton, Henry Holfe, Robert Wade, Ralph Welleton, Robert Hey, John le Loge, William atte Lacch, Robert Laurence, Adam Brond, John Brond, Roger Brond and John Aylmere of Gatton, cut his corn by night at Chepstede, co. Surrey, while he was on the king's service in Scotland and under his protection, and carried it away, took and drove away 200 sheep from his fold, and took Philip Wodeman and William le Clerk, his servants, and imprisoned them. By p.s.

Dec. 7. Linlithgow.

The like to William de Bereford and John de Hertrigge touching the persons who lately killed Stephen le Messer of Seles at Seles, co. Wilts. By K.

Dec. 12. Linlithgow.

The like to William de Bereford, William Inge and Walter de Aylesbury, by the oath of good men of the counties of Buckingham and Hertford, touching the persons who broke the king's park of Langeleye, co. Hertford, hunted therein and carried away deer. By C.

MEMBRANE 33d.

1302. Jan. 22. Linlithgow.

The like to Henry Spigurnel and John le Bretun, on the supplication of the appellees, touching an appeal which Isabella, late the wife of Peter Buckeskin, brings in the county of Essex against Peter Burre, son of Adam Burre of Rammesdene Belhus and Hubert Burre his brother, for the death of her husband. By fine made at the Exchequer.

Jan. 27. Linlithgow.

The like to Peter Malorre and William Haward, on like supplication, touching an appeal which Cicely de Went brings in the county of York against Robert Priket of Pontefract for the death of Nicholas de Stapelton, her kinsman. By fine made before the barons of the Exchequer.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled.

Jan. 28. Linlithgow.

The like to Ralph son of William and John de Insula touching the persons who broke the park of Thomas, archbishop of York, of Beverley, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer. By fine made at the Exchequer.

MEMBRANE 32d.

Jan. 30. Linlithgow.

The like to Ralph son of William [and John] de Insula, on complaint by the archbishop that John de Sutton, Philip de Illay, Nicholas de Sutton, Herbert de Sutton, Richard de Berevill, Adam le Ken, Stephen Ruche of Sutton, William le fiz Fraunk of Sutton, Robert Ruche of Burton Conestable, Henry le Serjaunt, Henry de Percy, William Petri de Faucunbre, John le Venur, William Pacok, John, parson of the church of Walkyngton, John de Harpham, chaplain, Henry de Livedene of Cotingham, Bateman Nodel of Cotingham, Robert del Ker of Shirewode, John de Goukewell, William le Mareschal, John de Trumpton, John son of Laurence de Cotingham, William Scale, William de Kestene, John de Detteling and Hugh Valence, with others, broke his park of Beverley, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer. By fine made in the Exchequer.

Jan. 31. Linlithgow.

The like to [John] Buteturte and Thomas de Snyterton touching the persons who broke the park of Ralph de Cammeys at Flokthorp, co. Norfolk, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

Jan. 30. Linlithgow.

The like to William de Bereford, Peter Malorre, and Richard de Hingham, on complaint by William de Hamelton, dean of St. Peter's, York, that, being in seisin of the custody of the lands late of Richard le Chaumberleyne with the marriage of Thomas the son and heir, by demise of Thomas de Furnivall, of whom the said Richard held by knight service, the heir refused a competent marriage and Thomas de Furnivall, ejected him from the said custody and carried his goods at Thorp, co. York, and Rolliston, co. Nottingham.

Jan. 29. Linlithgow.

The like to John Butturte and Roger de Hegham touching the persons who killed Nicholas le Bercher at Saldene, co. Buckingham, and their receivers. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 31d.

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

The like to Ralph de Hengbam and William de Bereford on behalf of Agnes, late the wife of Roger de Sumery, touching the persons who ejected her from the custody of the manor of Birmingeham, co. Warwick, whereof she had long been in seisin by reason of the minority of the heir of William de Birmingeham, who held of her by knight service.

Feb. 2. Edinburgh.

The like to William de Mortuo Mari and Richard de Harleye touching the persons who broke the park of Bogo de Knovill at Whitchurch (apud Album Monasterium Warenne), co. Salop, hunted therein and carried away deer.

Feb. 3. Edinburgh.

Association of John Randolf, in the room of Roger de Ingeperme, with Robert son of Payn and Thomas de la Hyde in a like commission directed to the latter touching the persons who assaulted Henry de Bodrigan at at Glasneyth, co Cornwall.

Jan. 28. Linlithgow.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Retford and Henry Spigurnel, on complaint by Hugh Patemere that while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, Philip de Patemere carried away his goods at Patemere, co. Hertford. By p s.

Feb. 16. Roxburgh.

Association of John Buteturte with William de Ormesby and William Haward in a commission of oyer and terminer in the county of Norfolk, touching the persons who broke the park of Robert de Tateshale while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under his protection, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

Feb. 9. Roxburgh.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Ormesby and William Haward, in the county of Suffolk, touching the persons who entered a ship of Fresius de Stavere laden with the merchandise and goods of Adam Scot of Lenne Episcopi, Clement Tod Adamserjaunt, Tydeman de Lubyk, Daniel de Gripeswolde, Andrew de la Botho and John le Man, merchants, at Oxeneye by Bauderseye, carried away the said goods to the value of 415l. 6s. 9d., and afterwards, by night cut the vessel to small pieces and took away the timber, fittings and whole gear (attilium). By fine made at the Exchequer.

The like to William Inge and Roger de Suthcote touching an appeal which Alia, late the wife of Henry de Cotes of Gayton, brings in the county of Northampton against John le Prestre fiz William de Parys of Tenfold, Margaret wife of Master Ralph Cimubon of Bannebury, Edith her daughter, and Robert le Clerk of Tenfold for the death of her husband. By fine made at the Exchequer.

MEMBRANE 30d.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Pavely and Robert de Vernon, on complaint by William le Marays of Mere, touching the persons who assaulted him at Sceles, co. Wilts. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 27d.

Feb. 27. Gateshead.

The like to John de Berewyk, Henry Spygurnel and John le Blund, mayor of London, on complaint by John de Guldeford, citizen of London, that John de Duuegate, Henry son of Robert le Barber, Benedict le Taverner, John 'Jonescok de Duuegate,' John son of Roger de Reding, tailor, Andrew de Staunford, 'peleter,' Thomas his brother, John Herun the younger, and John 'Jonescok Herun' assaulted him in his house at London and maimed him. By fine made at the Exchequer.

March 7. Northallerton.

The like to John de Haveringge and William Inge, by jury of the counties of Hertford and Buckingham, touching the persons who broke the king's park of Langeleye, co. Hertford, hunted therein and carried away deer. By C.

Association of William de Hanyngfeld, in the room of John le Bretun, with Henry Spygurnel in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter, touching an appeal which Isabella, late the wife of Peter Buckeskyn, brings in the county of Essex against Peter Burre, son of Adam Burre, of Rammesdene Belhus and Hubert Burre his brother for the death of her husband.

March 7. Northallerton.

Commission to Roger Brabazun and William Inge, on complaint by Gilbert de Asshedon, to examine the records and process of a plea which was before the mayor and sheriffs of London in the hustings, between Theobald de Mark and the said Gilbert, touching the unjust detention of his goods, and to correct the error, if any, therein.

March 5. Darlington.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger Brabazun and Henry Spygurnel, on the supplication of the appellees, touching an appeal which John son of Thomas de Brenleye brings before the justices of the Bench, by writ returnable before the latter a fortnight after next Easter, and which as yet remians in the hands of the sheriff of Kent, against John de Graveney and Gunnora his wife, Thomas and Richard his sons, Thomas Dagh, Nicholas his brother, William le Taverner, Stephen de la Chapele, Henry de Horebrok, Thomas de Glaunvil], Th[omas] son of John Gilberd, Philip de Intebergh, Richard de Langeleye, Richard Crul, Elias le Brewere, Stephen de Clare, Hamo de Lenham, John de Mailing, John de Sancto Petro, Richard Corfham, John Louns, William Folet, Adam le Orfreyser, Stephen le Ferur, John de Wycham, William de Cokefeld, Robert Aleyn of Sturreye, John de Becles, William de Rousseby, Valentine de Bere, John son of William de la Sale of Dover, John le Packere, Thomas, abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, William Huberd, Hugh de Berkyngg, John Godchep, and Richard Bertelot, monks of that house, and Robert de Burghesh, for the death of Christian son of Thomas de Brenleye his brother. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 26d.

April 9. St. Albans.

Association of Roger de Suthcotes in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to John Buteturte, Henry Spigurnel and Walter de Gloucestre, touching the persons who entered with horses and arms the manor of the abbot of Westminster of Westerham, co. Kent, which he holds in frank almoin by the king's grant, to celebrate yearly the anniversary of Eleanor, sometime queen of England, the king's consort, and to do the alms ordained by the king for the good of her soul, and who consumed the abbot's goods there.

April 9. St. Albans.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Retford and Henry Spigurnel, on complaint by William de la Lyumyne that Robert le Large of Mallinge, Simon his brother, Richard le Taverner the younger, and Stephen son of Mabel God, assaulted him at Reyershe, co Kent. By bill of Exchequer and fine made there.

April 28. Devizes.

The like to Henry Spigurnel and John Abel touching the persons who broke the park of Nicholas Malemeyns, king's yeoman, at Neweland, co. Surrey, while he was on the king's service in Scotland, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K.

April 28. Devizes.

The like to Peter Mallore and John Randolf, on complaint by Walter de Pavely, touching the persons who broke his dyke at Segheuden, co. Wilts. By K.

MEMBRANE 24d.

April 12. Devizes.

The like to John Randolf and Gilbert de Knovill, on the supplication of the appellees, touching an appeal which Eleanor, late the wife of Augustine de Bathonia, brings in the county of Devon against Robert le Ercedekne, Urban de Trevewych, Michael de Trevewych and Thomas de Heyly for the death of her husband. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

April 26. Devizes.

The like to John Buteturte, William Inge and John le Blund, mayor of London, on complaint by John le Chaucer of London that Elias Russel, John de Gildeford, Henry his brother, Ralph Johanesman, John le Keu, Peter Adrian, Alexander de Betoigne, William Walran and Richard Galopyn of London, assaulted him at London. By K. on the information of the earl of Lincoln.

MEMBRANE 23d.

May 5. Clarendon.

The like to Henry de Staunton and Elias Puger touching Sewal Sicore, John Cotun, Roger Careman, John de Byri, Geoffrey de Brakenest the elder, Richard his son, John brother of the said Richard, Reginald Hacun, Alexander de la Grene Purie, Bartholomew le Teyntrer, Gilbert de Boxne, Andrew Pottok, Philip Hacun, Philip de Brakenest, William his son, Geoffrey and Simon, brothers of the said William, Henry Maynard, Warin de Dunbergh, Peter Edger, Andrew de la Rowe, John de Barsham, Ralph de la Rowe, Henry de Podimor, Robert Hakun, Adam de Appelton, Robert le Neuman, John de Werlingham, Alan de Lodene, John de Brakenest the elder, Roger Bekk, Nicholas Bekke, William de Hale, John de le Heth, John de Halesworth, Robert Ule, Alan Ule, Robert Maen, Andrew Brining, Robert Brining, John de Langhale, John Cokerel, John le Pestour, John Hanek, Walter Sad, John de Podimor, Geoffrey del Heth, Robert Cobelere, Alan le Pestour, William de Herlestone, Thomas Cricce, Walter de la Forde, William le Dubbere, Geoffrey Gold, Walter Cut, John Matte the younger, Roger de Westhale, Henry Jordan, William Brining, Edward le Wylde, Geoffrey Maen, Alexander Chese, John Estrild, Nicholas de Bereford, William de la Grene, Adam de Whytton, William Batayle, John Brun, Richard Geue, John le Corveiser, Thomas Coyt, Nicholas le Berkere, Geoffrey Puttok, Thomas de Corlu, Adam Calf, John le Fevre, William Bornhard, Robert de la Sale, Richard Chese, Reginald Chese, Richard Cot and Ralph Edger, who, during the voidance of the abbey of St. Edmunds, and while it was in the king's hands, placed stalls in the abbey's free market of Bekles, co. Suffolk, and fixed poles there, which is not permitted without licence of the abbot or his bailiffs, or, in times of voidance, without licence of the king; and, moreover, beat John de Barewe and Ralph de Wyveston, the king's bailiffs of that abbey, who had taken pledges from them to make fine for such trespasses, took away the pledges, and for the first time subtracted from the king toll and such customs as are wont to be paid on merchandise coming by water to the said town.

MEMBRANE 22d.

May 26. Greenwich.

Commission to John de Berewyk and Roger de Hegham, on complaint by Hugh le Poter of London, brother and heir of Alexander le Poter, that whereas Alexander had entered a messuage, four shops and four solers in London, late of Walter le Poter, as kinsman and heir of the latter, and had long held the same as his inheritance, the then mayor and sheriffs of the city, at the suit of some persons falsely representing that Walter had made a will with themselves as executors, putting the premises at their disposal, proceeded improperly in the proof and admission of the said will, favoured the said executors and refused to allow the pleadings of Alexander in his right at the hustings and wrongly gave judgment against him. They are to meet at St. Martin's le Grand, London, and having inspected and examined the record and process of the whole matter, the will and the proof, in presence of the said mayor and sheriffs, and having heard the parties and the pleadings, they are to correct the error, if any, therein. By K.

Afterwards, in the place of the said Roger, Gilbert de Roubury was appointed under date of 10 December, 31 Edward I. at Marlborough.

June 2. Thurrock.

Association of Luke atte Gate, in the room of William Colebrand, deceased, with Robert de Setvans and William Maufe in a commission de walliis et fossatis in the counties of Kent and Sussex.

MEMBRANE 21d.

June 2. Grays Thurrock.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John Buteturte, William Inge, and Henry Spigurnel, on complaint by Peter de Huntingfeld and Ismannia his wife, touching the persons who entered their court at Certeseye on the confines of Surrey, Berks and Middlesex, assaulted the men who were with them there, and trampled upon and consumed their goods. By p.s.

June 10. Chartham.

The like to Lambert de Trikyngham and Richard Oysel, on complaint by William Fiz Glay that Robert son of Walter de Scures, Thomas and William his brothers, John Walkelyn of Halton, Robert son of Robert son of John de Halton, Roger de Barton, Ralph Nunneman and William his son, carried away his goods at Halton, co. Lincoln, while he was in the king's service and under his protection, and beat his men. By K.

June 18. Canterbury.

Commission to John Rand[olf] and Philip de Heivill to enquire touching the persons who killed Henry de la Dane, collector of the fifteenth at Havehinte, co. Southampton, and carried away 15l. of the king's money and 15l. of his money, and who caused his body to be taken away so that the coroners could not do their office there.

June 18. Canterbury.

Commission to Guichard de Charrum and Hugh Gubiun to deliver the gaol of the town of Newcastle-on-Tyne of John Yeland, William de Horsford, and Stephen 'Jonesman de Yeland,' in custody there for larcenies, &c.

MEMBRANE 20d.

June 24. Canterbury.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Inge and John Randolf, on complaint by John de Ebroicis touching the persons who lately besieged his manor of Est Lecche, co. Gloucester, and afterwards entered it and carried away jewels and other goods, depastured his corn there with their beasts several times, and beat John son of John le Machun and Laurence Sharp of Burton, his men and servants. By K.

June 18. Canterbury.

Commission to Gilbert de Knovill, John Randolf, and John de Kirkeby, or two of them, to enquire if the manors of Brymmore and Lymynton, co. Southampton, are and used to be appurtenant to the manor of Christchurch Twynham as members thereof and as answering thereto, and if they were so held in the time of Isabella de Fortibus, late countess of Albemarle, who enfeoffed the king thereof.

MEMBRANE 19d.

July 17. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John Randolf and Thomas de Warblington touching the persons who entered the park of Henry de Lancastre, the king's kinsman, at Weston, co. Southampton, hunted therein and carried away deer.

July 25. Westminster.

The like to William Inge and William de Mortuo Mari touching the persons who came to the town of Wynchecumbe, co. Gloucester, and by night entered the king's fair there and assaulted Adam de Paulesholte, Thomas de Novo Burgo and Richard de Heydon, deputed by John de Novo Burgo, sheriff of the county, to the custody thereof and to levy the issues arising therefrom.

MEMBRANE 18d.

July 24. Westminster.

The like to William de Bereford and Roger de Suthcote, on complaint by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, that whereas, by reason of his office, he had the custody of the manor of Cheping Norton, co. Oxford, by the death of Richard Fitz Alan, earl of Arundel, sometime lord thereof, and Henry de Roucle and William le Blake of Okeburne, his ministers in the county of Oxford, by his orders, distrained some tenants thereof for rents due last Midsummer term, some malefactors beat them and killed the said William. By pet. of C.

July 26. Westminster.

The like to William Trussel, Richard de Mascy, Robert de Staundon, and William de Stafford touching the persons who despoiled some Welshmen who had been to Edward, prince of Wales, in the Scotch war, and were returning home, at Wygan, co. Lancaster, and killed some of them.

At another time it was granted by the king at Donypas by p.s.

MEMBRANE 16d.

July 26. Westminster.

The like to Robert de Retford and Henry Spygurnel touching the persons who by night broke the park of John de Herun, at Danyngebury, co. Essex, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

The like to Aymer de Valencia, Hugh le Despenser and Henry Spigurnel, touching the persons who broke the king's park of Cammel, co. Somerset, which is in the hands of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, by grant of the king, hunted therein and carried away deer.

Commission to the same to make an inquisition on the said trespass.

July 20. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Retford and Henry de Spygurnel on complaint by Robert de Monte Alto, touching the persons who by night entered his manor of Kynnighale, co. Norfolk, while he was in Scotland on the king's service and under bis protection, killed some bucks in his close there, and carried them away, and who entered his park there and his free chace at Castelrysinge, co. Norfolk, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K.

July 28. Westminster.

The like to William de Mortuo Mari and Nicholas Warrewyk touching the persons who entered the manor of William de Mortuo Mari the younger of Racheford, co. Hertford (rectius Hereford), broke his houses and carried away his goods there. By pet. of C.

The like to Robert de Retford and Henry Spigurnel on complaint by Master Peter de Dene that Master John Walewyn, Robert de Tony, Henry de Segrave, Richard de Rokesle, Giles de Argeutein, John de Weylond, Stephen Houel, William de Dertling, John de Pabeham, Robert de Belhus, John de Watevill, Paulinus Peyvre, John de Staneburn, Thomas de Hocham, Ralph de Greton, Simon de Aylesham, Thomas de Grey, William de Grey, and John, parson of the church of Gretton, with a multitude of armed men, broke his houses at Lilleseye, co. Suffolk, while he was on the king's service and under his protection, and consumed and appropriated his goods, and beat his servants. By pet. of C.

July 28. Westminster.

The like to William Haward and Robert Hereward on complaint by John son of Henry de Heveringlond, the king's chief bailiff under the sheriff of Suffolk, that while he was passing through the town of Kessegrave, co. Suffolk, on the affairs of his office, Roger le Waleys of Kessegrave, Robert de Grenegate of Kessegrave, Hugh atte Cruche of Kessegrave, John Pyt of Kessegrave, John le Sneys of Playford, Guy Langsweyn, and Alexander de Grenegate assaulted him so that his life was despaired of. By K. on the information of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

The like to the same on complaint by Alice, daughter of William de Colevill, that Henry le Fauconer of Chikewell carried away her goods at Aspele, co. Suffolk. By K. on the like information.

The like to the same on complaint by William de Crakeford, bailiff of the hundred of Trichelingg, that when he, as pertained to his office, was endeavouring to attach Roger Coppingg, Adam Wydhod and James de Uulveston to answer John le Huckestere of Debenham of a trespass, Ivo de Kneton, Nigel his son, Isabella sister of Nigel, and the above persons assaulted him at Debenham, co. Suffolk.

The like to the same, word for word, for John de Wrothham, bailiff of the hundred of Trichelingg. By K. on the like information.

The like to the same on complaint by Adam de Hodeleston that while he, his men and goods, were under the king's protection, Ivo de Kneton, Nigel de Schotford, Peter Dunnyng, Nigel de Keneton, James de Uulveston, Thomas le Fyler, Roger le Skynnere, Walter Wysman, Thomas Sapy, Roger Overee of Gretingham, Robert de Oldey, Thomas Danyel, John Byrun, Stephen del Hawe, John Brodeye, Roger le Cuherde, John de Stanham, Robert Otewy, John del Wode, William de Prato, Henry de Chikewell, Alexander Daniel, Osbert Hamund, and Robert Cage of Debenham carried away his corn at Debenham and Asphale, co. Suffolk, and beat Hugh Bonyld, John Alderman and William le Huxstere his servants there, while he was on the king's service in Scotland. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

The like to William de Karleton and William Haward touching the petition of the Friars Minors of Gernemuth, co. Norfolk, to the king and council, that some malefactors of that town broke the pavement near their wall, whereby rainwater runs under it to the destruction of the pavement, and that some of the townsmen with strangers threw down and broke to pieces their hedge, which they made for the defence of their dwelling-place against the flow and violence of the sea by putting timber and other heavy weights upon it.

MEMBRANE 15d.

Sept. 11. La Sele.

The like to William Haward, John Bretun, and Robert Hereward, on complaint by Robert de Bitering that John Luvel of Dockinge and Joan his wife, Robert Wytherpin, Richard Baret, John de Insula the younger of Toftes, Walter son of Sarra de Tichemersh, John le Taillur of Staunfeld, James Attetunesende of Dockyn, and Geoffrey Brun assaulted him at Drye Dockinge, co. Norfolk. By pet. of C.

Aug. 1. Westminster.

Commission to Richard de Boulton to enquire by oath of the foresters, verderers, and others of Galtres forest, whether it would be to the king's advantage to expose for sale the trunks of oaks and other felled trees in that forest, and in what manner. Robert de Clifford, justice of the forest this side Trent, will provide a jury.

The like to Richard de Byngham in the forest of Shyrewode.

Aug. 2. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Haward and Robert Hereward on complaint by John le Huckestere that Ivo de Keneton, Nigel his son, Isabella sister of Nigel, Roger Coppingg, Adam Wydhod, and James de Ulveston assaulted him at Debenham, co. Suffolk. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

The like to William de Bereford and Nicholas de Warrewyk touching the persons who killed William de Hambury at Sulleye, co. Gloucester, and Walter de Wotton at Wynchecumbe, co. Gloucester. By K. on the information of W. de Bello Campo.

The like to the same touching the persons who assaulted Thomas Neel, William Duket, William le Provost, John Barun, John le Stedeman, John de Wydeneye, and William atte Wode at Wynchecombe, co. Gloucester, and despoiled them of their goods. By K. for the men of John de Sulleye, on the information of Walter de Bello Campo.

The like to William Haward and Robert Hereward on complaint by John de Diggeby that John de Ros of Tyd, Ralph 'Johannescok de Ros,' William Ocky, John le Turnur of Briswych, John le fiz Piers de Tyd, Horn de Holdernesse, John Be of Tyd, Reginald le Bedel of Leverington, Robert le Mowere, Bartholomew le Clerk of Neuton, and Bartholomew de Wormyngeye assaulted him at Wysebegh, co. Cambridge. By pet. of C.

Commission to William de Carleton and William Haward on the supplication of the men of Great Jernemuth that they have not wherewith to pay their farm, to enquire whether it would be to the king's damage if they build houses upon the place where the market is held, and other void places within the precinct of the town, and arrent the houses so built in aid of their farm, and hold them to the commonalty of the town and their heirs for ever. By pet. of C.

Aug. 6. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to the same, on behalf of the good men of the said town, touching the men of Little Jernemuth and Gorleston, who at the times of the fairs of Great Jernemuth, as at other times, attract ships and boats laden with herring and other fish and merchandise from the said town to their own. The jury to be of the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk. By pet. of C.

Aug. 7. Westminster.

The like to William de Bereford and Walter de Aylesbury touching the persons who killed Thomas le Norreys, John le Thaccher, and Agnes his wife, Juliana Hocchebreyn, John Eyse, and John 'Nicholesman Broun' in the county of Oxford. By K.

Aug. 7. Westminster.

The like to William de Bereford and William Wace on complaint by Hugh le Despenser that Henry sou of Nigel, Nicholas Broun, Robert la Fox, Henry le Longe and John le Hunte carried away his swans at Ottemore, co. Oxford. By K.

Aug. 6. Westminster.

Commission to John de Lythegrays and William Haward to enquire touching the fees and yearly rents in the city of York, and elsewhere in the county of York, which used to be held of the hospital of St. Leonard's, York, and which, since the king recovered the advowson of that hospital against the dean and chapter of St. Peter's, York, have been subtracted. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 14d.

Aug. 7. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Thrikingham and Richard Oysel, on complaint by John de Lythegrayns, touching the persons who broke his park, the gates of his dwelling-place, and led away the beasts, which he had caused William de Thorneton, his serjeant, to take for his damages at Munketon on the Moor, co. York, from Robert Ughtred, and to impound there, and who assaulted Robert le Palfreyour and Alan Page, his grooms, as they were taking his corn from his said dwelling-place to Skelton, at Skakelthorp, and took from them two mares, which they kept impounded until they died of hunger. By K.

Aug. 8. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Suthcote and John de Foxle touching the persons who took Walter de Bodenham, John de Ely, Richard de Ely, William le Fraunceys, Robert le Mareschal, William de la Ryvere, Adam le Keu, Matthew de Humbresfeld, William de Egglesclyve, Gilbert le Engleys, Richard de Wyght, William de Cosington, John Hornclerk, William de Redinges, Thomas de Bursare, Richard de Oxonia, John de Cantuaria, Andrew de Cantuaria, Adam de Lilling, Philip de Middelton, Nicholas de Fulham, Ralph Rethels, Peter de Munemuth, Roger de Waltham, Jonkinus de Salop, Henry le Cordewaner, John de Kyngeston, John le Paneter, Gerard Maynan, Thomas de Brumle, Denis de la Neweland, Denis de Bredon, Robert de Arderne, John Sharpe, Adam Orpedeman, Richard de Staunford, Roger de Anestok, Robert de Bonevill, William de Bonevill, Matilda de Clopton, Geoffrey de Huntindon, Peter de Wygenhale, Peter le Bakere, Ralph de la Ford, Nigel de Lyndeseye, William Douglas, Arn [old] Pykard, John de Glanefeld, Robert Priur, John Jolyf, Boninus le Lumbard, William del Esquilerie, William de Beverlaco, Richard Sanglant, Alexander Pouge, William Postel, Hugh de Cressingham, Richard de Derby, Simon Attefeld, Walter le Cutiller, Geoffrey Kebbel, John de Luxe, William del Verger, Th[omas] le Messager, William de Stebeneth, Sabina la Sponere, William de Oxonia, Andrew Payn, Gilbert Payn, Laurence de Chircham, Richard Tripacy, Richard de Burdeye, Simon de Kenilleworth, John Cokerel, Robert le Lung, Thomas Matefrey, Ralph Turk, John de Sancto Albano, Alexander de Thorndon, Robert Attewatre, and Thomas de Wyntonia at London, and beat and imprisoned them. By K. at the instance of the prince of Wales.

Aug. 5. Westminster.

Commission to William de Bereford and Roger de Hegham to enquire touching a complaint of the citizens of London and other merchants of the realm passing along the Thames with vessels between that city and the town of Oxford, that magnates and others having lands near the river in the counties of Middlesex, Surrey, Buckingham, Berks and Oxford have constructed weirs, mills, and divers enclosures without licence, and have made the weirs and enclosures narrower and higher than they used to be, so that vessels laden with victuals, and the fish living in the river cannot go through as they were wont; and that fishermen catch fish with two narrow nets, contrary to Magna Carta: and they are to abate the same. By pet. of C.

Aug. 4. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Haward and Robert Hereward touching the persons who killed John atte Rof at Bungeye, co. Norfolk. By fine made before the treasurer.

July 30. Westminster.

The like to William de Bereford, Adam de Crockedayk, and Henry de Sutton, on behalf of the prior of Repindon, touching the persons who came to Meysham, co. Derby, and assaulted William de Repindon, a lay brother of the priory, and led him away with the prior's goods in his custody, and detain him still in unknown places so that he cannot be replevied. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

Aug. 10. Westminster.

The like to Peter Mallore and John de Batesford, on complaint by Walter de Pavely, touching the persons who broke his dyke at Seghenden, co. Wilts. Changed.

Aug. 4. Westminster.

The like to John de Batesford and Roger de Suthcote touching the persons who broke the park of Eleanor late the wife of Hugh de Courtenay at Chilmeleye, co. Devon, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. at the instance of Edmund de Wylyngton.

Commission to Thomas de Warbelton and Peter de Donewyco to punish the commonalties of the towns of Seford, &c., who did not send the vessels they promised to the Scotch war. [Unfinished entry.]

Vacated because within.

Aug. 12. Westminster.

Commission to Robert de Burghessh and Henry de Cobeham to enquire touching vagabonds in the counties of Kent and Sussex, and to arrest and keep them in safe custody until further order. By K. & C.

Aug. 12. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Suthcotes and John de Foxle touching the persons who took and killed William de Irlaund, Richard de Grangia, Bernard de Sales, John de Bristoll, John Spendelove, John le Joingnur. John de Medmenham, Thomas de Chalkele, Alexander Scot, William le Sponere. John le Sponere, William Wade, Hervey le Keu, William Grimbald. William de Wyndesor, Richard Aleinzun, Laudinus Nurry, William Pogeys, John de Nedding, and Simon Blangernun at London. By K. at the instance of the prince of Wales.

The like to the same touching the persons who took Philip Lagheles, sometime yeoman of John son of Thomas, at London, took from him 5 marks and afterwards killed him there. By K. at the like instance.

The like to William Inge and John Randolf touching the persons who took John Hurtemoylle. sometime serjeant of the said John son of Thomas, at Wellestrem, co. Lincoln, took from him 500l., and afterwards killed him there. By K. at the like instance.

MEMBRANE 13d.

Aug. 12. Westminster.

The like to the same touching the persons who took Ralph de Lafford and Thomas de Wynton at Lafford, Lincoln, and the town of Boston, co. Lincoln, and beat them. By K. at the like instance.

The like to the same touching the persons who took and imprisoned Matthew de Huberesfeld and John de Ely of Bristol and Solbury, co. Gloucester. By K. at the like instance.

The like to Adam de Crokedayk and Henry de Sutton touching the persons who took and imprisoned John de Ely at Newcastle-on-Tyne, co. Northumberland. By K. on the information of the prince of Wales.

The like to Robert de Retford and Henry Spigurnel touching the persons who took and imprisoned Raymond de Plans, Robert Russel, Roger Copping, Edward Coppyng, Roger Thunder, William Cokerel and Thomas de Wynton at Great Gernemuth, Norwich, and Lynn, co. Norfolk. By K. at the instance of the prince of Wales.

The like to William Haward and John le Bretun touching the persons who carried away the goods of Master Arnald Lupy de Tilio at Suth Crek and Marsham, co. Norfolk. By K. on the information of Master J. de Cadamo.

The like to Robert de Retford and Henry Spigurnel touching the persons who took and imprisoned Ralph Joce, Simon de Corneye, Ralph de Offington, John de Ponte, and Ralph le Fisshere at Rumford, Wytham, and Waltham Holy Cross, co. Essex, and carried away their goods. By K. at the instance of the prince of Wales.

Aug. 12. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Suthcote and John le Foxle touching the persons who despoiled William de la Ryvere of a writing obligatory whereby Henry de Cobeham was bound to the said William in 100 quarters of wheat, price 7s. a quarter, and 200 quarters of barley, price 5s. a quarter, and of other goods which he had with him at London. By K. at the like instance.

Aug. 24. Cobham.

The like to William de Bereford and William Haward touching the persons who assaulted Nicholas son of Ralph Damiet of Misterton at Misterton, co. Nottingham, broke his houses at Misterton, Evreton, and Bautre, co. Nottingham, and took away horses and other animals, some of which they killed, and carried away other goods and rolls of accounts, writings obligatory, tallies of debts, letters of acquittance, and other muniments in his custody there; and other goods of his at Althorp, Ampcotes, and Kynardferie, co. Lincoln, and rolls of accounts, writings obligatory, tallies, letters of acquittance, and other muniments in his custody at Althorp, and killed three of his horses, worth 100s., and a mare of Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, worth 100s., which was in his custody. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Aug. 23. Cobham.

Commission to William de Carleton and Roger de Hegham to enquire touching a complaint by William Persun, that William de Marcia, sometime bishop of Bath and Wells and the treasurer, at the beginning of the late war with the king of France, took from him at Suthewerk, for the king's use, some horses which were valued at 200l., without making satisfaction for them; although he delivered them to Robert de Monte Alto, then setting forth to Gascony in the king's service, for that sum which Roger acknowledged to owe at the Exchequer. The sheriffs of London and Surrey will provide a jury from London, Southwark, and the parts adjacent. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 12d.

Aug. 10. Westminster.

Commission to John Wogan, William de Mortuo Mari, and Walter Hakelute to enquire by jury of the counties of Kermerdyn, Kardigan, the land of Penbrok, and the land and town of Haverford, of no affinity to William de Brewose, whether the ancestors of the present earl of Warwick, when the land of Gower was in their hands before it came to the hands of John the king's grandfather, were seised of royal jurisdiction therein, to wit, of a chancery and a seal to the same, for the use of the men and tenants of that land, judgment of life and limb, cognisance of all manner of pleas, as well of the Crown as of others, arising between all manner of persons, as in the land and march, but without the county of Kermerdyn, and as in no wise belonging to that county: also whether John, at the time that land was in his hand, caused it to be kept by his bailiff separately and not as belonging to the said county; and whether the bailiff used such jurisdiction: also whether William de Brewose and his ancestors, for the whole time that it was in their hands by grant of the said John, constantly used such jurisdiction; without either themselves or their men and tenants doing suit to the said county, or answering anyone impleading them there, until Walter de Pederton, the late sheriff, interfered with the said William in the said jurisdiction and did not permit him to have it, and distrained him, his men and tenants of that land to do suit at the said county and to answer all persons impleading them there, contrary to the said charter of king John; as the said William sets forth in his petition, or whether that land, as well in the time of the ancestors of the said earl, as when it was in the hands of king John and ever afterwards when in the hands of the ancestors of the said William, was part of the corpus of that county; and whether the ancestors of William, their men and tenants were, since the said charter of John, accustomed to do suit at that county, and answer all complaints there, until William de Brewose father of the said William, whose heir he is, after the battle of Evesham, subtracted that suit and royal jurisdiction; as Nicholas de Warr[ewyk] who sues for the king avers, and as more plainly appears by the record and process of the plea held before the king and council between the king and the said William at the last parliament.

The commissioners are also appointed as justices to take divers inquisitions between divers men and tenants of the land of Gower, plaintiffs, and the said William, touching his injuries and grievances of them since the king's late prohibition pending their plaints before the king and council; in which inquisitions, both the parties put themselves before John de Havering, William Inge, the said Walter de Pederton, and Roger de Suthcote, who wore deputed by the king and council at the last parliament to hear their said plaints as appears by the record and process thereof, which, together with the records and process of the plea between the king and the said William touching the above-mentioned jurisdiction is sent herewith: and they are to have all the said inquisitions before the king at the next parliament after Michaelmas at Westminster. Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son, and Joan de Valencia, countess of Pembroke, are commanded to supply a jury. By K. & C.

Aug. 31. Harting.

The like to John de Batesford and Roger de Suthcote, on complaint by Walter du Perier of Froyle, that Nicholas Huse and Stephen his brother lately assaulted him at Froyle, co. Southampton. By p.s.

Aug. 28. Frensham.

Association of Roger Brabazun with William de Bereford and William Wace in a commission of oyer and terminer touching the carrying away of swans of Hugh le Despenser at Ottemore, co. Oxford, by Henry son of Nigel, Nicholas Broun, Robert le Fox, Henry le Long, and John le Hunte. By Master J. de Cadamo and the other keepers of the seal.

MEMBRANE 9d.

Sept. 13. Lewes.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Haward and John le Bretun, on the supplication of the appellees, touching an appeal which Agnes late the wife of William Gerberge, brings before the king by writ returnable a week after Michaelmas wherever the king may be in England, and which is now in the hands of the sheriff of Norfolk, against Stephen de Goseford and Isabella his wife, Robert son of William de Drayton, William his brother, John Trote, Petronilla de Drayton, Henry son of Henry de Drayton, Robert his brother, Richard de Lincoln, William de Goseford, Thomas Fastolf, Nicholas de Horseye, William Derling, Nicholas le Rede, Roesia, late the wife of William Fegge, Walter de Phileby, Henry de Combes and Nicholas de Costeseye, for the death of her husband. The sheriff of Norfolk is to cause the appeal, the attachments, and everything touching it to come before them. By fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer.

Oct. 4. Canterbury.

The like to John de Lythegreyns and Peter Malore touching an appeal which Geoffrey Lamb of Rysewarp brings in the county of York, against Richard de Hastinges and Adam his son, for the death of William Lamb of Whyteby his brother.

MEMBRANE 8d.

Sept. 9. Arundel.

Association of William Inge with William de Carleton and William Haward in a commission of oyer and terminer touching a plaint and suit of the good men of the town of Great Jernemuth, that the men of the towns of Little Jernemuth and Gorleston, situated on the confines of Norfolk and Suffolk, both at fair times and other times attract vessels and boats laden with herring, fish, and other goods for Great Yarmouth to their own towns. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Sept. 25. St. Radegunds.

Association of John de Insula and Roger de Hegham in the room of Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, who is going beyond seas, and of John de Metingham, who has died, with William Haward, in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter touching the discords between Mary, late the wife of William de Brewose and William son of William de Brewose, Master William de Marchia, then treasurer, John de Metingham, and Robert de Hertford who were first appointed to try the case, but it remained unfinished through the death of the said Robert. On the petition of the said Mary before the king in the parliament at Lincoln, for the case to be concluded, Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the said John and William Haward were appointed, and it again remained unfinished for the above reasons. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 7d.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Commission to Nicholas de Baryngton and John de Wyngrave, to enquire who ought to repair the bridge of Pokemulne in Great Laufare, co. Essex, which is broken down. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

1301. Jan. 6. Northampton.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger le Brabazon and Gilbert de Roubiry, on petition by Roger de Ardern before the king and council in the last parliament at Westminster, which is sent herewith, touching the trespasses and injuries committed against him by the mayor and sheriffs of London. By petition returned from the council.

MEMBRANE 6d.

1302. Oct. 24. Westminster.

The like to Walter de Pavilly and Master John Gerberge, touching the persons who broke the park of Henry de Lancastre, the king's kinsman, at Weston Patrik near Odiham, co. Southampton, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Commission to Nicholas de Barnton and John de Wanegrave to enquire who ought to repair the bridge of Pokemelne, Great Laufare, co. Essex, which is broken down, and to send the names of the persons liable to the sheriff, who has orders to distrain them as he has been wont to do in times past. By K.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Peter Malore and Roger de Oylly touching the persons who broke the park of Amaneuus de Labreto of Gryngeleye, co. Nottingham, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

The like to William Haward and John le Bretun, touching the persons who entered the close of Master Arnold Lupi de Tylio, king's clerk, parson of the church of Marsham, at Marsham, co. Norfolk, killed rabbits there, broke his stew there, and carried away fish and swans that were lately in the stew, corn, and other goods, and assaulted his servants, while he was under the king's protection.

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Association of William de Carleton and Peter de Leycestre, William Haward, John de Insula, and Roger de Hegham, in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter, touching the discords between Mary, late the wife of William de Brewose and William son of William de Brewose, in pursuance of a like commission to Master William de Marchia, formerly the treasurer, and others, but left by them unfinished. By pet. of C.

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Lythegreyns, John de Insula and Arnold de Percy, touching the persons who entered the close of the prior of the Friars Preachers of Jarum, co. York, threw down divers walls, broke his gates, and carried away the timber thereof and beat his servants. By K.

MEMBRANE 5d.

Oct. 27. Westminster.

The like to William Haward and Robert Hereward, it having been represented on behalf of Robert, prior of Ely, that while he was going to the court of Rome and was under the king's protection, John de Blofeld, parson of the church of Bluntesham, Roger de Hereford, Roger son of Ralph Noreys of Hurst, Thomas his brother, William de Grantesden, John Siward, William le Fevre of Bluntesham, Durrand de Erethe, Thomas son of Thomas de Hirst, Robert le Moyne of Offord and Adam son of Nicholas Whiry of Stidingworth (sic) by night reaped and carried away his corn at Bluntesham, co. Huntingdon, and beat his servants.

The like to the same, on like representation, that Reginald vicar of Foxton, William de Haye of Shepreth, Walter Martel, William Cassaundre, John de Upwyk, Simon Martel, Osbert Godlake of Foxton, John Ryver, John Ingeland, Roger Lawe, William Lawe, William le Fevre of Foxton, John le Warde, Reginald le Suur, John Golde, Robert le Leef, Hugh de Markesby, Robert Gruel, Richard le Beggere of Shepereth, William Overhawe of Foxton, John Legat, Richard Wysman, Hugh de Berleye, Henry le Touchere, William le Husewyf, Richard le Legat, Thomas Rangillum, Robert son of Robert de Hat, Osbert Kyng, Robert his son, Richard Dikeman, Adam atte Tunesende of Shepereth, mowed his crops at Foxton, co. Cambridge, and carried it and his hay there away, killed a horse of his there, worth 100s., and beat his servants.

MEMBRANE 4d.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

The like to Henry Spygurnel and Gilbert de Knovill, on complaint by Ralph de Monte Hermer, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, and Joan his wife, touching the persons who entered their free chace at Chitelham Holte, co. Devon, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K.

Nov. 8. Westminster.

Association of Roger de Bello Fago in the room of Roger de Brabazon, with William Inge in a like commission, touching the persons who killed Thomas de Ardern at Ridewar Hamstal, co. Stafford, and carried away his goods. By K. on the information of Robert de Bures.

Nov. 8. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Suthcote and John de Foxle, on complaint by William le Verrour of Wenlock and Edith his wife, that Henry le Beuelard, prior of Wenlock, brother Fremund de Wenlock, Otelin 'le Priuresneve,' John Beuelard, parson of the church of Stoke, Thomas Child, Bartholomew 'le Priuresquier,' Richard son of Herbert de Burton, John le Pestur of Dodington, Walter le Pestur of Kaghelegh, William son of Peter de Calueton, and Thomas son of Richard le Machun of Calueton, entered their manor at Burton, co. Salop, and carried away their corn, &c., there, and at Wenlock, co. Salop, reaped and carried away their corn and led away 12 oxen. By K. at the instance of the abbot of Westminster, on the information of J. de Benstede.

The like to Roger Brabazun and Richard de Bingham touching the breadth of the water of Trente, the waterway whereof should be a perch wide on each side of the middle, but has been narrowed by the said William (sic) and his ancestors constructing a weir at Ovre Colewyk, co. Nottingham, so that vessels cannot come to the castle and town of Nottingham, as they were wont, and the king's provisions cannot be taken thence by water to Scotland as heretofore.

Nov. 13. Westminster.

The like to H. de Kyngheleye and T. le Travers, on complaint by Robert de Lathum, touching the persons who broke his park at Knouseleye, co. Lancaster, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. on the information of J. de Buteturte.

Nov. 12. Westminster.

The like to William de Bereford, John de Insula, and Roger de Hegham, touching the persons who broke the king's park of Totteleye, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer.

MEMBRANE 3d.

Nov. 15. Westminster.

The like to John le Bretun and Richard de Walsingham, touching the persons who, with a multitude of armed men, horse and foot, entered at divers times the park of John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, at Gymingham, co. Norfolk, and his chace and warrens there and at Melewode, Thetford, Castleacre, and Sculthorp, while he was on the king's service in Scotland and under his protection, hunted therein, took deer, hares and rabbits, and fished in his fisheries of Gymingham, Melewode, and Rademere, and carried away fish. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

The like to the same, touching the persons who, with a multitude of armed men, entered the earl's parks of Haytfeld and Wakefeld, and his chaces at Haytfeld, Thorne Balne, Wakefeld, Soureby, Holm, Frithes, and Conyngburgh, and his warrens at Conyngburgh, Haytfeld, Thorne Balne, Sandale, Wakefeld, and Soureby, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares and rabbits, and fished and took fish in his fisheries of Thorne, Braymere, Balne, and Sandale, co. York. By K. on the like information.

The like to the same, touching the persons who entered his parks at Worth, Cokefeld. and Dicheninge, his chace at Clere, and his warren at Lewes, co. Sussex, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares and rabbits, and fished and carried away fish in his fishery at Lewes, and took some of his parkers and warreners and despoiled them of their goods. By K. on the like information.

The like to the same, touching the persons who entered his park at Reygate co. Surrey, and his warrens there, and at Dorkynge and Becheworth, hunted therein and carried away deer, hares and rabbits. By K. on the like information.

The like to the same, touching the persons who entered his park of Rothing, co. Essex, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. on the like information.

Nov. 14. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Suthcote and John de Foxle, on complaint by Roger de Mortuo Mari, that while he was in Gascony on the king's service and under his protection, and had caused his stud to be taken from his manor of Chirk, in Wales, towards his manor of Hopton Wafre, co. Salop, by some of his servants, Henry, prior of Wenlok, Raymond de Wenlok, Roger de Parva Hereford, his fellow-monks, Walter de Calueton the elder, Walter his son, Thomas Lenfaunt, Hugh de Patynton and others, led away some mares, of the value of 200 marks, as the stud was passing through the prior's lands at Wenlok, Oxenbold, Weston, Hopton Priors, Stok St. Milburg, More, and Shipton, co. Salop. By K.

Nov. 16. Westminster.

Commission to John de Haveryng, William de Mortuo Mari, and Walter Hakelute to make an inquisition touching the land of Gower [in the same terms as above, Membrane 12d.] and to return the same at the next parliament. By K.

Nov. 12. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Insula and Roger de Heghham, touching the persons who, two years ago, broke the park of Thomas, archbishop of York of Beverley, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer: issued in pursuance of the provision made with the common council of the realm touching trespasses in parks and stews, that if the lords did not prosecute them within a year and a day the king should have his suit against the trespassers.