Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward II: Volume 1, 1307-1313. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1894.
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1308-9, membranes 26d, 25d, 24d, 23d, 22d, 21d, 20d, 19d, 17d, 16d, 15d, 14d, 13d, 11d, 8d, 7d, 5d, 4d, 3d, 2d
1308. July 12. Windsor.
Commission of oyer and terminer to William Howard, John de Mutford, and Robert de Harwedon, touching a trespass committed by Philip la Zusche, Roger Wendovere, Nicholas de Newebotle, Thomas Miriweder, Roger Scabard, Robert de Rodeston, William de Brohulle, William Underne, Richard Caperon, Walter Caperon, Hugh Bubbe, John Mauntel, Roger de Sancto Lacio, John de Tyngewik, parson of the church of Wapenham, Henry de Burcote, Richard Wythihegh, Peter de Montibus and Henry his son, Andrew Bachiler, Simon Bachiler, William Scot and John Colbarne, in breaking down the close of the abbot and convent of Butelesdon at Siresham within the metes of the forest of Whitelwode, co. Northampton, and depasturing the corn growing there. The late king, after inquisition ad quod damnum taken by Hugh de Despenser, justice of the forest on this side Trent, had granted a licence to the abbot to enclose and reduce this close to cultivation. By K., on the information of the Treasurer.
July 16. Windsor.
The like to Roger de Hegham and John de Northwode, on complaint by John de Sutton of Rochester, that divers persons forcibly entered his house at Rochester, co. Kent, broke open his chests and carried away his goods.
Aug. 10. Northampton.
The like to John de Nevill and Roger de Scoter, touching the appeal in the county of Lincoln of Elena, late the wife of William le Teynturer of Grantham, against John de Beauver, Peter de Riggele, Robert Mabille, Adam de Beauver and Cicely his wife, all of Grantham, and John Limemay of Nottingham, for the death of her husband. By fine of 40s.
Aug. 16. Langley.
The like to Geoffrey de Segrave and Nicholas de Warrewyke, on complaint by the prior of the Friars Preachers of Warwick, and of Hugh de Alespath, a brother of that order, that Paul, prior of St. Sepulchre's, Warwick, William de Bereford, William de Coterigge and Roger le Norissone, his fellow monks, with others at Warwick, assaulted and imprisoned the said Hugh de Alespath.
[Sept. 5. Byfleet.]
Commission associating William de Hardene with Roger de Bella Fago and John de Ellefeld in a commission of oyer and terminer awarded on complaint by William de Sutton that Richard Bisshope of Abindon, Robert Charneye, John de Colcote, William de Benham, Thomas son of Peter le Keu and John de Dunton assaulted him at Abindon, co. Berks.
Oct. 2. Waltham.
Commission of oyer and terminer to W. de Ormesby and John le Breton, on complaint by Roger Herbert of Besthorpe, that Henry Page, of that place, John Thurstan, John de Bukenham and William le Slopere assaulted him at Besthorpe, co. Norfolk.
Oct. 4. Westminster.
The like to H. de Percy, John de Insula and Henry de Kyghelay, on complaint of Matilda, late the wife of Roger de la Wodehalle, that William son of William and Edmund his brother, Robert de Nevill and Edmund his brother, Henry de Chet, Thomas son of Richard le Clerk of Walefeld (sic), Thomas Ben of Sandale and Alexander his son, Richard Tilly, John de Worteleye, Robert Page, Adam de Kyrkeby, John de Weston, John Dygergod, Robert de Austethorpe and Thomas his brother, William Ro, Peter Salman, Nicholas Lascels and Richard his brother, Robert de Wombewelle, Robert de Bretton, Robert de Boseville, John Maddon, German Kay of Wakefield, William son of Peter le Tannur, Roger de Barlay, Thomas de Boseville, Ralph de Louthe, Robert de Levesham, Thomas Dan [or Dau], William le Keu, Edmund son of Henry de Chet, and William le Parker with others depastured and caused to be trampled down her growing corn at 'la Wodehalle' near Wombewelle, co. York, impounded some of her cart-horses, did not suffer her to replevy them, broke her house and carried away her goods.
Commission associating Thomas de Fyssheburne with the above justices, Westminster, 28 November, 1308.
(Inserted at a later date.)
The like to the same justices, on complaint by John son of Roger de la Wodehalle that William son of William de Emlee, Roger de Sancto Andrea, William de Boeston, Roger Tylly, John de Byrton, chaplain, Ralph de Luda, Henry de Chet, Thomas son of Richard le Clerk of Wakefeld, Thomas Ben of Sandale, Alexander Ben of Sandale, John de Worteleye, Thomas Dan, William le Keu, Robert Page and Thomas de Hoton, with others, besieged him in his manor at 'la Wodehalle' near Wombewelle, co. York, broke the park of the manor and hunted therein, killed certain of his domestic animals then in the park, and, notwithstanding the prohibition of the keepers of the peace for the county, continued to commit these outrages, mowed his grass, felled his trees, entered and broke the houses of the manor and carried away his goods.
Commission associating Thomas de Fyssheburne with the above justices, Westminster, 28 November 1308.
(Inserted at a later date).
Oct. 9. Westminster.
The like to William de Ormesby and John de Thorpe, touching the persons who entered the manor of Thomas Baudewyne at Tunstede, co. York, and carried away his goods.
Membrane 22d (Schedule).
Nov. 4. Westminster.
Commission de walliis et fossatis to Robert de Clyderhou and John Fillol for the banks, dykes, watergangs, sewers, bridges, causeys, and weirs along the sea-coast of the county of Sussex and of the freshwaters descending into the sea there.
The like to Hervey de Staunton, John le Bretoun, Richard de Walsingham and Thomas de Ingaldesthorpe for the county of Norfolk.
Nov. 1. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Gloucestre and William de Burne, on complaint by Robert fiz Paen that Ralph de Side, chaplain, Peter de Side, Walter le Messeger and Robert de Sudlee, with others, at Frompton, co. Gloucester, broke his close, felled and carried away his trees.
In the margin; Robert le fiz Paen.
Nov. 6. Westminster.
Commission to Master John Fraunceys and Geoffrey de Hartelpol to survey and report on the state of the houses and buildings belonging to the brotherhood (ad communiam) of the free chapel of St. Martin le Grand, London.
Nov. 15. Westminster.
The like to Alan de Goldyngham and John de Brantingham touching the houses and buildings of the manor of Neuport belonging to the deanery of the free chapel of St. Martin le Grand, London.
Nov. 4. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Hasculph de Cleseby, Hugh de Louther and John de Doncastre, on complaint by John de Bordesden that the prior of Malton, brother William de Roston, Thomas Plays and Robert Skuol, with others, in the time of the late king, at night broke his houses at Neusom, co. York, carried away his goods, unroofed the houses, threw down their supports and cut the timber thereof; that the prior caused his several pasture at Neusom to be eaten down by cattle, and with others lay in wait to kill him, so that he dared not leave his house; that they also assaulted his men and servants working in his stone-quarry and digging turves at Aymundresby, in the same county, took away their wages and ill-treated them ; that they conspired to procure him to be indicted for trespasses against the king's peace, and on that account to be taken and detained in prison. By K., on the information of W. de Melton.
Nov. 8. Westminster.
The like to Richard de Herthull and Nicholas de Warrewyk, on complaint by the prior of the Friars Preachers of Warrewyk and of Hugh de Alespath, a brother of the order, that Paul, prior of St. Sepulchre's, Warwick, William de Bereford, William de Coterigge and Roger le Norissond of Warwick, his fellow monks, with others, at Warwick assaulted and imprisoned the said Hugh de Alespath to the great loss of the prior and order.
Nov. 12. Westminster.
The like to Robert de Wilgheby, Henry de Scrop and Thomas de Fissheburne, on complaint by the prioress of Stikeswold that Robert de Sutton, with Gilbert and Richard his brothers, Simon Markaunt of Hemmyngby, Roland de Bamburgh, Gilbert le Rede, Thomas le Warner of Bamburgh, John Burel, William de Hornby and Walter his son, with others, in the time of the late king, at Stikeswold, co. Lincoln, took her cattle, impounded them, broke the backs of several of them so that many perished, and harassed her by preventing her servants from carrying her hay; further, that they assaulted brother Gilbert de Eston, a canon, and brother Robert de Suthewode, a lay brother (conversus) of her house, and also several of her servants. By K., at the instance of the earl of Lincoln.
Nov. 20. Byfleet.
Commission de walliis et fossatis to Henry de Cobham the younger, John Malemayns and William de Bernefeld for the eastern parts of the county of Kent.
Nov. 12. Westminster.
The like to Alexander de Cave and Geoffrey de Hothum for the banks of the river Humber and the Use between Ellerker and Barneby by Houedon, co. York.
Nov. 21. Byfleet.
The like to Matthew de Furneus and William de Burne for the sea-coast and adjacent parts of the county of Somerset.
Dec. 3. Westminster.
The like to William de Echingham, Henry Wareden and John Filliol for the sea-coast and adjacent parts in the marshes of Wyltyng, co. Sussex.
Oct. 4. Westminster.
Commission to Roger le Brabanzon, Gilbert de Roubiri and Henry Spigurnel, upon complaint by Hugh le Poter of London, brother and heir of Alexander le Poter, deceased, to examine and correct an alleged error in the proof of a will in the court of Hustings of the city of London. The complainant setting forth that his brother, as kinsman and heir of the late Walter le Poter, of the same city, entered upon a messuage, 4 shops and 4 upper rooms of the latter, but that certain persons, pretending that they were the executors of the testament of the said Walter, proceeded to prove such testament, and obtained judgment in their favour in the court of Hustings, and that they subsequently sold the premises to Richard de Gloucestre.
Oct. 9. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to W. de Ormesby and John de Thorpe, touching the persons who killed Brice de Burewode at Tunstede, co. Norfolk. By K., under his privy seal.
Nov. 11. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Fishburne, Roger de Scoter and John de Donecastre, touching the appeal of Idonia, late the wife of William le Harpur of Boulton-in-Cravene, co. York, against Adam de Staunden, Adam de Simondestan, and Hugh de Swyllington, parson of the church of Lynton-in-Cravene, for the death of her late husband. By K.
The like to Edmund de Eyncurt, Thomas de Fissheburne, and William de Spauneby, on complaint by Edmund de Chauncy that Richard de Cateby and Idonia his daughter, William son of Richard de Cateby the younger (junior), Alan de Cateby, Richard atte Mare and Juliana his wife, Robert son of the same Richard, Robert de Belesby and Alice his wife, John atte Halle and Joan his wife, Robert son of Gilbert, Richard son of Ralph, John son of the same Richard and Avice his wife, Richard son of Isabella, Richard de Croxeby and Scolastica his wife, Eudo de Peselay, Robert le Provost, John Yerle and Alice his wife, Peter son of Walter, Robert atte Halle, William le Carpenter and Rose his wife, Cicely daughter of the same William, Simon le Mouner, William Suthsmith and Emma his wife, Gregory de Neuton and Walter his brother, William le Catur of Alvyngham, brother William le Celerer of Alvyngham, Germain le Chapeleyn of Neuton, Stephen le Bercher and Alice his wife, John Gentil, Robert Northe and Peter his son, Martin brother of the same Peter, Walter son of Ivo, Geoffrey de Dalton and Beatrice his wife, Robert de Gunnerby, William de Rothewelle, Walter Dassheben, Gilbert son of Elena, Alan le Mareschal, Richard de Sixel, William Richardesserjaunt fiz Isabelle, William de Beverlaco 'messager,' William son of Alan le Mareschal, Alan de Gunnerby and Isabella his wife, Ralph Letesneve and Alice his wife, Reginald le Mouner and Amabilla his wife, John Gilyot and Avicia his wife, Robert de Wathe and Agnes his wife, William de Cateby and Alice his wife, John Artilons and Letia his wife, and Emma late the wife of Richard le Carpenter, with others assaulted him at Wald Neuton, co. Lincoln, and carried away his goods.
The like to the same justices touching a like complaint by William de Chauncy against the same persons. By K., on the information of W. de Melton.
Nov. 10. Westminster.
Commission to John le Bretoun and John de Mutford to enquire touching the robbing at Berdon, co. Essex, of Tydeman le Joevene, John Pape of Gutland, and Gerwyn de Fosthuse, merchants of Almain, and also the value of the goods which they lost.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Eyncurt, John de Insula and William de Trussel, on complaint by Richard de Byrun that John, prior of Armeston, William parson of the church of Bernewelle, Ralph Portehors and William his brother, William Jurdan of Bernewelle and William his son, William atte Castel of Bernewelle, Benedict le Secrestanesman, John Frere le Persone of Bernewelle, William son of William de Radeburne, John de la Mare, Ralph Bonebote, Hugh Alewyne, William Alewyne, Robert Alewyne, Hugh le Ladde, Robert le Ladde, Thomas de Baseville, John le Provost, Walter le Lung, Richard Munfort, Robert le Caretter of Benyngfeld, Hugh le Charetter, Henry le Gauler, Geoffrey son of Thomas le Wright, William Daunger, William Gentyl of Bytham, William atte Grene, Simon son of Ivo, William de Clopton and John his brother, and Robert del Grene of Ermeston, with others, assaulted him in the High Street of Armeston, co. Northampton, carried away his goods, besieged him in his manor during two days, imprisoned him, and assaulted his servants.
Nov. 10. Westminster.
Commission to Henry de Cobeham the younger and John de Northwode, to view the bridges of Stureye, co. Kent.
Oct. 26. Westminster.
Mandate to sheriffs and all other bailiffs and ministers of the king to cause to appear before Roger de Wadenho, king's clerk, all those persons dwelling within their bailiwicks, who at Monstreuil, before the auditors appointed by the king of France and the late king, had complained of the losses inflicted on them by the subjects of the French king, but had withdrawn their claims. Such persons are to exhibit to Roger de Wadenho all instruments touching their complaints which are in their possession.
Oct. 28. Westminster.
Commission to Waresius de Valeynes, John Malemeyns and Henry de Woghope, on complaint by William Barry of Rolvyndenne, and Stephen de Gatesdenne, that Ralph de Thordenne, Scotland de Forshamme, Thomas son of Hubert de Hethyndenne and Walter de Martleshamme, who hold lands in the marshes of Meyhamme and Gatesdenne between Smallyde and Meyhamme by the sea-coast, for which they ought to keep the banks in repair, have neglected to do so, whereby the complainants have suffered heavy losses.
Nov. 12. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert son of Payn, Roger de Bella Fago, Walter de Pavely and John de Batesford, on complaint by John de Asshelond that Richard de Weleweton, Robert le Whyte of Asshewyk and Agnes his sister, John le Ireys, Alexander Buzun, Nicholas Hisploghman, John Cobbe and Matilda Benne, with others, at Asshewyk, co. Somerset, bound him to a table, pierced his feet with a hot iron, burned his face to the bone in five places with the same iron, and kept him bound for some time until he signed a bond for 100l. payable to Richard de Weleweton.
Nov. 24. Westminster.
Commission to Adam de Osgodeby, Master John Fraunceys and Geoffrey de Herterpol to report upon the dilapidations of the houses and buildings of the deanery of the free chapel of St. Martin le Grand, London, from the time at which Peter de Sabaudia held the deanery, and whether he had received from his predecessors any money towards the repairs thereof.
Nov. 14. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Eycurt (sic), John de Insula and John de Donecastre, on complaint by John de Crumbwelle that divers persons broke [his parks], at Kymberworth and Malteby, co. York, hunted therein and carried away game.
Nov. 3. Westminster.
Commission to John de Merkyngfeld and John le Gras to enquire touching the alleged mis-appropriation of the endowments of the hospital of St. Leonard, York, during the time that Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, had the custody thereof. They are to report to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.
Dec. 8. Langley.
Commission associating John de Insula and John de Creppinge with Harsculph de Clesseby, Hugh de Louther and John de Donecastre in a commission of oyer and terminer issued on complaint by John de Bordesdon against the prior of Malton, brother William de Roston, Thomas Plays, Robert Skoul and others.
1309. Jan. 4. Windsor.
Commission to Walter de Huntyngfeld and Geoffrey de la Lee to enquire touching the asportation at Witerberwe near Ware, co. Hertford, of two brood-swans and three cygnets (duos cignos aerarios et tres pullos), of the price of 60s., belonging to William Trente.
In the margin: William de Trente.
Jan. 19. Windsor.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel and Henry de Scrope, on complaint by Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, that Anthony, patriarch of Jerusalem and bishop of Durham, Gilbert de Scaresbek, Peter de Percy, Roger Pichard, William Wodemus, Hugh de Wales, John Bretun, William de la Haye, Richard de Stanlawe, Richard Blakeheved, Peter Brun, Roger de Merleye, Roger de Cundon, Walter Pode, Adam fiz Bateman, Richard son of Alexander de Merleye, Richard son of William de Merleye, John Stra, William son of Adam le Aumblur, Robert le Messer, John son of Nicholas le Clerk, Nicholas le Foresterserjaunt of Hamsterleye, Nicholas le Forestersclerk, Thomas Brun, Laurence son of Robert, Michael Brak, Richard Sparke, John Gilberdesknave 'of' Scaresbek, William son of John de Newebrighous, Robert Shallok, Robert Liverour, Thomas Brun of Stanhope, John de Garton, Thomas de Merleye, Walter de Merleye, Adam de Hereford, Roger Bret and John son of Matthew, with others, entered his lands at Middelton and Newebygging, and made prey of his cattle by selling, killing and otherwise disposing of them.
1309. Jan. 24. Langley.
Commission to Henry Spigurnel and Hervey de Stanton to correct an alleged error in the record and process of a suit between William le Wafrer and William de Grafton, before the mayor and sheriffs, in the court of Hustings of the city of London.
Feb. 6. Langley.
Commission associating William de Carleton with Richard de Walsyngham, Robert de Felton and John de Harswyk, to enquire touching a trespass committed at Suth Crek, co. Norfolk, against Burgesius de Tillio by Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, and Master Gilbert de Middelton.
Feb. 8. Langley.
Commission of oyer and terminer to W. de Bereford, J. de Batesford and Walter de Aylesbury, on complaint by Roger de Bella Fago that John son of Richard de Bella Fago, Robert son of Elias, Richard de Bella Fago, William son of Elias, Richard de Deovre canon of the church of St. Ethelbert, Hereford, Richard de Tymberlak, John Foliot, William le Taverner of Noteshillyng (Nursling), Thomas Roberdesknave Elisisone, Nicholas Wagge, Geoffrey de Bellafago of Stoke Lacy, and John de Shotesbroke with others at Little Bereford (Barford), co. Oxford, entered his dwellinghouse and broke his houses in it (domos suas in manso predicto fregerunt), fished his fish-ponds and carried away fish, cattle and other goods.
Jan. 19. Windsor.
The like to W. de Bereford, W. Inge and Henry Spigurnel, on complaint by John son of Reginald de Grey that Walter de Huntyngfeld, Herman de Brykendon with Richard and William his brothers, Richard de Westmulle, John de Arsy, John le Mareschal, John le Chaumberleyn, Walter Sauney (or Sauvey), Elias le Hunte, Roger le Charer, Simon le Charetter, Robert Gar, Walter Staunpejours, Robert Haipenny, William de Shelford, John Brunyng, Thomas Brunyng, Robert Robes, John Horne, Stephen Devot, John atte Barre, Stephen Hod, William atte Broke, Walter West, William Pertrich, Walter le Bercher, Andrew le Porcher, John Grym, William atte Heye, William Brunyng, Richard Warman, Richard atte Birches, Walter atte Birches, Robert Kymme, William Torold, John Hert, Hugh atte Hetthe, Richard Levyng, Jordan atte Broke, William atte Broke 'le Juvene', John le Kallere, Robert atte Hepe, John Pertrich, Richard West and Richard his brother, Ralph Cok, Thomas Warman, Adam Godewyne, William Warman, Richard Robert, Richard atte Welle, John Adgore, William Hodbred, Roger Halpany, Richard Payn, Richard Lecy, Henry Wolmar, Thomas Westmulle, John de Westmulle, Walter son of Robert del Hoo, Andrew le Personserjaunt, and Richard Page with others entered his manor at Holwell, co. Hertford, broke the houses thereof, carried away his goods, drove away his carts with their cattle, assaulted William de Wodehulle and others, his servants, felled trees in his wood of Frythewode, and with nets snared rabbits in his free warren. By p.s.
The like to Henry Spigurnel and Henry de Scrop, on complaint by Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, that Anthony, patriarch of Jerusalem and bishop of Durham, with others [for names, see page 169, last entry] at Middelton in Tesedale, within the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, entered his lands and made prey of his cattle by selling, killing and otherwise disposing of them.
March 8. Langley.
The like to John de Crumbwelle, William de Ormesby and John de Insula, on complaint by the abbot of Combermere that Richard de Fouleshurst, William de Fouleshurst, Hugh de Fouleshurst, Ranulph de Fouleshurst, Richard Adecok, William Matheu of Bertherton, Ralph Russel, Ranulph son of Roger, William son of Clement le Fevre, Thomas Perkyn, Robert le fiz Bace, William de la Fontayne the younger, Richard de Marchumle, Robert Samyn, William Samyn, Robert le Cachepol, Nicholas le Cachepol, Richard Bacun the younger, Elias le Boghewryghte, John le Noble, William Spurstowe 'summenour,' Thomas le fiz Hichekyn, William Mariot the younger, Hamo le Taillur and William his brother, Richard le Sadelere of Hereford, John le Sadelere, Richard le fiz Cok, and Robert Hereward the younger with others at Nantwich, co. Chester, by night broke his close, houses and coffers, carried off 60l. and other goods, killed three horses of the price of 20l., and assaulted him and his men. By K.
The like to John de Merkenfeld and Adam de Middelton, on complaint by Thomas de Hornby of York that John de Askham, late mayor of the city of York, Thomas de Shupton, Robert de Grimeston, and Richard de Grimeston, then the city bailiffs, with others of that city, broke his close by the city dykes between Mounkbrigge and Layrthorpbrigge, the herbage of which close the same John de Askham, whilst mayor, with the consent of the commonalty of the city, had demised to him at a certain farm; further, that they cut the herbage, carried it off and also timber and other goods of his, and issued a proclamation forbidding all persons to have any dealings with him.
March 4. Westminster.
The like to William de Kerdestan, John le Breton, William de Colneye, and Walter de Warwiche, touching an assault committed at Mendham, co. Norfolk, on Thomas son of John de Brampton, by Robert le Parker of Sterston, William le Parker of the same place, Hugh Roberdesmane le Parker and Stephen son of Thomas Ossegod. By K., on the information of the Treasurer.
March 8. Langley.
Commission to William Inge and John de Abernin to enquire touching the death of Richard Cory at 'la Done' in Haylesham, co. Sussex; and also what persons prevented the coroners from holding an inquest, and by whose procurement he was killed.
May 6. Westminster.
Commission de walliis et fossatis to Ranulph de Friskeneye, Geoffrey de Coleville, Walter de Spanneby and Roger de Cubeldyke for the counties of Lincoln and Cambridge.
June 25. Haywood.
The like to Henry de Baiocis, Nicholas de Bolyngbroke and Walter de Stalingburgh, for the parts of Northcotes, Tetenay, Humberstan, Thernesco, Itterby, Hele, Grymmesby, Little Cotes and Great Cotes-upon-Humber and elsewhere, co. Lincoln.
The like to Roger de Scot[er], Walter de Freskeneye and Alan de Reytheby for the parts of Malberthorpe and Thedelthorpe, co. Lincoln.
May 9. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Insula, Hugh de Luthre and Thomas de Fishburne, on complaint by Master William de Pykeryng, Master Robert de Pykeryng and Lambert de Trygingham, executors of the will of Henry, sometime archbishop of York, touching the persons who in the time of the late king had carried away the archbishop's goods whilst in their custody at York, Cawode, Wylton, Burton, Wetewange, Langewath, Shyreburn, Ripon, Munketon, Thorneton, Patrynton, Ottelay, and Beverley, co. York, and also at Suthwelle, Lanum, Scroby, and Askham by Lanum, co. Nottingham.
May 4. Westminster.
The like to Robert de Holand, William Trussel, Fulk Lestraunge and Peter de Colingburne, touching the mis-appropriation by Ivo de Solton, king's bailiff of Overton, Maklesfeld and Maillorseysnek, of divers sums of money received in lieu of services from the king's tenants; his remission of felonies and outlawries; and also the occupation by Thomas Wassi and others, without authority, of the king's lands, and the felling and carrying away by them of the trees growing in the woods.
May 8. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Insula, Hugh de Louther and J. de Donecastre, on complaint by Anthony, bishop of Durham, touching the persons who broke his parks at Alnewyke, co. Northumberland, and Crayk and Houeden, co. York, hunted therein and carried away game.
Vacated because otherwise in the third year.
The like to the same justices, touching the like trespasses on the same parks of the above-named complainant in the time of the late king.
Vacated as above.
The like to Henry de Percy and William de Bereford, touching the like trespasses committed on the parks of Eltham, co. Kent, and Midhurst, co. Sussex, of the same complainant.
Vacated as above.
May 10. Westminster.
The like to John de Insula, John de Crepping and John de Donecastre, on complaint by the prior of Malton, who alleges that, although he in common with Robert de Boulton, John de Bordesdene, Thomas de Houk, Henry Maunsel and Richard Westreys, has common of pasture in Swynton, Aymunderby, Apelton and Neusom, co. York, the same John de Bordesdene with many other persons drove beyond the bridge of Neusom his plough-cattle from off the pasture, broke the bridge, whereby he was unable to cross over to replevy the cattle, burned his houses at Swynton and assaulted his servants.
Commission to Lambert de Trykyngham, Henry de Baiocis and Roger de Scotre to enquire touching a breach of the park of the bishop of Lincoln, at Stow Park (Stowe beate Marie), co. Lincoln.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Eyncurt, Lambert de Trikyngham, Henry de Baiocis and Thomas de Fissheburne, on complaint by Robert son of Henry Sturmy of Louth (Luda) that Hugh le White of Lowth with others assaulted him at Louth, co. Lincoln, and carried away his goods. By fine of 20s.
May 6. Westminster.
Commission associating John de Mutford with Hervey de Staunton and Robert de Retford in a commission of oyer and terminer, on the complaint by Walter Martel of Shepereth that William son of Ralph de Shepereth with Juliana his wife and John his brother, with others, entered his manor at Shepereth, co. Cambridge, broke his houses, felled his trees, fished his ponds, and carried away the timber of the houses and the trees.
May 12. Westminster.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Gloucester and William de Burne, touching a breach of the park of John Mautravers at Wodecester, co. Gloucester.
June 9. Westminster.
Commission de walliis et fossatis to John de Foxle, Walter de Gloucester, Master Richard de Abyndon and Henry de Guldeford, on the representation of the prior of Bermundeseye and John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, touching a breach of the bank and dyke of the Thames, near Bermundeseye, and the loss and damage consequent thereupon to them in Bermundeseye and Westgrenewich, cos. Surrey and Kent.
June 15. Langley.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Miles de Stapelton and Henry de Scrope, on complaint by Ranulph de Mauneby that Thomas de Multon of Gilleslande and Stephen de Malo Lacu, clerk, with others, by night entered his manor at Thorgranby, co. York, killed his swine, carried off his horses, felled his trees, mowed the grass in his meadow, fished his fish-ponds, and carried away his goods. By p.s.
June 25. Haywood.
The like to William de Ormesby and John de Thorpe, on complaint by Anastasia Croune of Hemenhale that William son of Robert de Parco, Hugh son of Michael de Mercato, Thomas de Dise and Beatrice daughter of Robert de Parco, by night broke her house at Hemenhale, co. Norfolk, assaulted her, carried away her goods and ill-treated her servants. By p.s.
June 25. Haywood.
The like to John de Foxle, William de Hardene and Nicholas de Kirkeham, on complaint by Thomas de la Hyde, sheriff of Cornwall, that when he, with John de Ingelton, Henry le Parker, Robert de Brewode, Robert de Comene, William le Keu, Hugh de la Hyde and Fulk de Gelly, his bailiffs, had seized the cattle of divers stannery-men of Blakemor, co. Cornwall, for a debt in which they are bound to the king, divers persons rescued the cattle, assaulted the bailiffs, wounded himself and intending to kill him followed him to the house of Ralph de Arundel, parson of the church of St. Columb Major, where they besieged him until Thomas le Ercedekene, one of the conservators of the peace for the county, with a great posse delivered him.
June 29. Chester.
The like to Ralph de Hengham, Henry Spigurnel, William de Colney and Ralph de Shirleye, on complaint by Nicholas de Warrewyk that William Roger of Newenham and Thomas his son, Richard Carles, Henry de Lyndeseye, Richard Cristiane, William Oboveton, William Brag, William atte Grene, John Boveys [or Boneys], John son of William Amisse, John de Cimeter, John son of Robert Damemoldes of Newenham, John Geffrey of Wylmecote, John de Pathelowe, William Godwin and John his son, Robert Carles, John Broun, John atte Grene, Thomas atte Grene, John son of John de Pathelowe, Nicholas son of John Wevyn, William de Stoteswelle, Nicholas Henry, John Redbard, William Hemmyng, and Adam Nichol of Wylmescote depastured the herbage of his meadow at Burleye, co. Warwick.
July 1. Chester.
Grant for three years to the good men of Middlewich (de Medio Wichio), of pavage upon wares brought thither for sale. By p.s.
June 25. Haywood.
Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel and William de Colneye, on complaint by Miles Pychard that Walter de Baskerville, assaulted him at Over Letton, co. Hereford, and that Peter le Taillur, constable of the castle of Richard de Baskervyle of Ardesleye, Walter Cote, Richard fiz le Vikere of Ardesleye, and Philip son of Juliana, with others issuing from that castle, approached his manor of Staundon, broke the doors and locks of his houses, killed Richard de Shorham whom they found there, and afterwards returned to the castle. By fine of 20s.
June 25. Lichfield.
The like to Hervey de Staunton and John le Bretun, on complaint by John de Hoo of Laxfield that John 'of Hebrigge' of Laxfield, with his brothers Adam, Peter and Thomas, Hamo de Ukenhulle, Thomas de Rokyngham and John Nicole the younger, assaulted him at Laxfeld, co. Suffolk, carried away his goods, and depastured his grass and growing corn. By fine of 20s.
June 25. Lichfield.
The like to Gilbert de Roubury, Thomas de Burnham and William de Spanneby, on complaint by Thomas abbot of Brunne (Bourne) and William de Spaldyng, canon of that house, that Joceus son of Geoffrey de Brunne and Geoffrey his brother, Nigel de Weston and William his brother, Ranulph Dryngedregges, John Pais, William son of Robert le Moigne and Alfred Ballok, with others assaulted the said William de Spaldyng at Brunne, co. Lincoln, threw him into a pit full of water, and tore his habit.
June 25. Lichfield.
The like to William de Ormesby and John le Bretun, on complaint by Richard Aylward that Giles de Argentein, Robert de Wateville, Hugh de Feryngge and John Aylet, with others, assaulted him at Colecestre, co. Essex. By fine of 20s.