1326, membranes 22d, 21d, 19d, 18d, 17d, 16d, 15d, 14d, 13d, 12d, 11d, 10d, 7d, 6d, 5d, 4d, 3d, 2d, 1d

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward II: Volume 5, 1324-1327. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1904.

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1326, membranes 22d, 21d, 19d, 18d, 17d, 16d, 15d, 14d, 13d, 12d, 11d, 10d, 7d, 6d, 5d, 4d, 3d, 2d, 1d

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MEMBRANE 22d.

Feb. 14. Exning.

Commission to Giles de Wathesham, Peter Buzun and Ralph de Bocking to find by inquisitions in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk the names of those who make confederacies and commit homicides and other acts of violence. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Feb. 16. Barnwell.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Scalariis, Simon de Brunne and Robert de Gransete, on complaint by Roger son of Richard le Pere of Great Wylburgham that John Engayne of Stowe, Richard de Morton, William Gedyng of Little Wilburgham, Roger le Macy of Coulyng, and others, assaulted him at Cantebrigg. By K.

Feb. 18. Barnwell.

The like to John de Bousser, Robert de Bures and James de Bures, on complaint by Stephen, bishop of London, and the dean and chapter of the church of St. Paul, London, that whereas Henry, the king's progenitor, by charter granted to St. Paul and the bishop of London all great fish (crassum piscem) taken on their whole land, except the tongue, which he reserved for himself, and they have always been accustomed to have the same, Geoffrey de Burnham, William de Atherby, Nicholas le Affete, Thomas 'Nicolesreve of Thaleworth' of Little Helond (sic), Thomas le Heiward of Kirkeby, Robert de Mistelegh, Ralph Crippes of Frynton, Nicholas Pelegrym, Constantine atte Thorne, Stephen le Affete, John de Kirketon of Tendryng, Adam Payne of Arewell, Richard Love of Harwich, Alexander de Mose, Richard Amys, John Bene, John le Coupere, Thomas Whiteman of Beaumond, Richard son of Robert atte Crouch of Beaumond, Elias le Parker of Tendryng, Alexander Brounman, Roger atte Hide of Harwich, John, vicar of the church of Great Holand, Reginald Martin of St. Osyth, John de Wylughby of St. Osyth, William le Chapman of St. Osyth, Walter le Affete of Kirkeby, William le Fevre of Kirkeby, William Filer of Kirkeby, John Stouyn, 'taillour,' Robert atte Gate of Thorp, Saer le Taillour of Waltham, with others, carried away a great fish called 'cete' found in their manor of Walton, co. Essex. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

March 6. Leicester.

Commission to John Mauduyt and Robert Selyman to inquire in the county of Wilts touching adherents of rebels, persons who have sent victuals, armour and other necessaries to them and have given counsel and aid to them. By K.

The like to Roger de Chaundos, John Inge and John Danyel in the county of Hereford touching adherents of Roger de Mortuo Mari and of other rebels who are in parts beyond the seas. By K.

MEMBRANE 21d.

Feb. 28. Leicester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Lancastre, earl of Leycestre, Thomas le Blount, John de Stonore and John de Denum, touching the persons indicted of the death of Roger Beler, killed in going from Kirkeby to Leycestre, by an inquisition lately made by John Hamelyn and Henry de Ferers pursuant to the king's commission; which indictments the king sends to them under the half seal. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

March 1. Leicester.

Appointment of Douenald de Mar to follow and arrest Ralph son of Roger la Zousch of Lubesthorp, Eustace de Folevyll, Robert de Folevyll his brother, Walter his brother, Adam de Barleye, William de Barkeston of Bitham, Robert son of Simon Hauberk of Scaldeford, Roger la Zousch, son of Roger la Zousch, lord of Lubesthorp, knight, Ivo son of William la Zousch of Haringworth, knight, Robert de Helewell, knight, and Richard de Folevyll, parson of the church of Ty, indicted of the death of Roger Beler in the county of Leicester, and to bring them at the king's charges before the said commissioners. By K.

The like of Edmund de Assheby. By K.

The like of Oliver Waleys. By K.

The like to the following:—

Richard de Whatton without the words 'at the king's charges.'
John de Hakelut
Richard de Perers
Richard Damory
John Hamelyn

William de Parys, with the words 'at the king's charges.' By K.

Henry de Faucomberge without the said words.
Walter Waldeshef

Feb. 28. Leicester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Geoffrey le Scrop, Walter de Norwyco, William de Herle and John de Stonore, in the county of Leicester, touching persons who make confederacies and commit homicides and other acts of violence. By K.

March 1. Leicester.

The like to the said Geoffrey and John and John de Denum, in the county of Stafford. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

March 3. Leicester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Passele, John de Bousser, Humphrey de Waleden and Hamo de Chiggewell, touching the persons who by night broke the chapel of W. archbishop of York, at Westminster, in co. Middlesex, and carried away his goods to the value of 1,000l. By K.

The like to the same, on complaint by the said William, archbishop of York. By K.

March 5. Leicester.

The like to William de Herle, and John de Denum, on complaint by Edmund de Dacre that William de Querneby, John Broun, John Drinkhale, Edmund his brother, John le Forester, Adam Squier, and others, broke his park at Tatham, co. Lancaster, hunted therein and carried away deer, and assaulted William Whiteheved, his servant. By K.

March 4. Leicester.

Association of John Claver, in the room of Adam de Brom, otherwise engaged on the king's affairs, with John de Bousser, in a commission of oyer and terminer, lately directed to the said Adam and John, touching extortions of commissioners of array in the county of Suffolk. [Parl. Writs.]

March 5. Leicester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de Malberthorp, Lambert de Trikingham and John de Stikeneye, on complaint by Roger son of John Lestraunge of Erkalou that Robert Bateman, William Bateman of Wynterton, Walter Bateman, Michael Bateman, John Bateman, Thomas Bateman, and William de Waterton, 'baylif,' and others, assaulted him at Burtonstathe, co. Lincoln. By K.

March 6. Leicester.

Commission to Simon de Lunderthorp, John de Stykeney and John de Bolyngbrok, to deliver the gaol of the castle of Lincoln of Thomas son of Alan de Claxby of Bolyngbrok, detained there for felonies and larcenies.

MEMBRANE 19d.

Feb. 28. Leicester.

Mandate to Thomas de Wake, William de Thweng and Ralph de Bulner, lately appointed (pt. 1, m. 29d) as commissioners of the peace in the county of York, to be more active in dispersing unlawful assemblies and arresting malefactors, the king being astonished to hear that these evils are now more frequent than before their appointment, which may be set down to their negligence and connivance; they are also to certify the king of the names of those who maintain such malefactors after their crimes as well as of the names of persons arrested, and for the better performance of their duty they are to have power to punish all contumacious persons by grievous amercements, so that they send estreats of such amercements to the exchequer. By C.

The like to the following commissioners in the following counties:—

William de Kyme Lincoln.
Robert Darcy
John le fiz Norman Darcy
Dominic de Bukton
Robert de Kendale Kent.
Walter de Huntyngfeld
Stephen de Cobeham
Maurice le Brun Southampton.
John de Scures
John de Insula de Wyght Isle of Wyght.
John de la Huse
Robert le Fiz Payn Somerset and Dorset.
John de Clyvedon
John de Dynham Devon.
Henry de la Pomerye
Simon Ward West Riding and North Riding, co. York.
John de Nevill
Richard de Chaumbernon Cornwall.
Reginald Botreaux
Thomas de Veer Essex.
Robert le Fiz Wautere
Thomas Bardolf Norfolk and Suffolk.
Robert Banyard
Constantine de Mortimere
John de Haryngton Lancaster.
Richard de Hoghton
Robert de Pirpount Nottingham.
John de Morteyn
Richard de Pereres Hertford.
Hugh le Fiz Simound
Ralph de Camoys Surrey and Sussex.
Roger de Bavent
John de Morteyn Northampton and Rutland.
Ralph Basset of Weldon
Thomas Wake
John de Pabenham Bedford.
John Morice
Ralph Fiz Richard
Philip de Aylesbury Buckingham.
Ralph de Wedon
John de la Haye
John de Enefeld Middlesex.
Richard Poinz
Hugh Bucy
John de Barnevill
Hugh de Meynill Derby.
Walter de Waldeshef

March 25. Kenilworth.

Roger de Nowers Oxford.
Richard de Abberbury
John de Whitefeld

April 6. Kenilworth.

John de Mounteney Nottingham.
Thomas de Novo Mercato
John del Ker

April 5. Kenilworth.

Robert de Knyghtley Stafford.
John de Hyncley

June 28. Westminster.

Ralph de Wedon Buckingham.
John de la Penne
Andrew de Sancto Lucio

[Parl. Writs.]

March 18. Lichfield.

Appointment of Ralph Basset, constable of Dover Castle and warden of the Cinque Ports, to inquire touching persons entering or leaving the realm with letters against the proclamation, and to arrest them, as the king is astonished to hear that many enemies and rebels continue to do so and are not arrested; and he is to supervise the scrutiny in these ports. By K.

[Fœdera, quoted in error as Close Roll.]

March 18. Lichfield.

Appointment of John de Denum to arrest Ralph son of Roger la Zousche of Lubesthorp, Eustace de Folevill, Robert de Folevill his brother, Walter his brother, Adam de Barleye, William de Barkeston, Robert son of Simon Hauberk of Scaldford, Roger la Zousche son of Roger la Zousche, lord of Lubesthorp, Ivo son of William la Zousche of Haryngworth, knight, Robert de Helewell, knight, Richard de Folevill, parson of the church of Ty, John de Stafford and William his brother, indicted of the death of Roger Beler in the county of Leicester. By K.

The like of the following:—

Henry de Bisshebury.

John le Forester.

MEMBRANE 18d.

March 12. Merevale.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas le Blount, Philip de Somervill and Roger Hillary touching the persons who with John de Moubray and Roger de Clyfford, rebels and traitors, and others, came with banners unfurled to Burton on Trent, co. Stafford, and prevented the king's men and servants from passing through that town, killed some of them and committed other crimes in that town. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

March 12. Merevale.

The like to Henry le Scrop, Simon Ward, Roger de Somervill and Adam de Hoperton touching the persons who with the said John and Roger besieged the castle of Tykehill, co. York, killed the king's servants there, plundered the men of the town and committed other crimes. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

Commission to Richard de Emeldon and Robert de Tughale to deliver the gaol of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne of Walter de Salesbury of Alnewyk, detained in that gaol for the death of Walter son of James le Mouner of Houwyk.

March 23.Kenilworth.

Commission to Roger de Nowers, Richard de Abberbury and John de Whitefeld to keep the peace in the county of Oxford. [Parl. Writs.]

MEMBRANE 17d.

March 23. Kenilworth.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Heselarton, John de Thwayt, Robert de Scordeburgh and Thomas de Burton on complaint by John Despaygne of Cotingham, that Robert de Stotevill of Cotyngham the elder and Margaret his wife, Geoffrey de Stotevill, John de Stotevill, parson of the church of Houwell, Robert de Stotevill the younger, Nicholas de Stotevill and others assaulted him at Cotyngham, co. York, drove away a horse of the price of 100s. and carried away other goods. By K.

March 26. Kenilworth.

The like to the same on complaint by Nicholas de Cotyngham. By K.

March 27. Kenilworth.

Appointment of Berduk de Til, king's serjeant at arms, to lead Henry de Bisshebury to the king wherever he may be. By K.

MEMBRANE 16d.

March 26. Kenilworth.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Cantebrigge, John Bevere, Robert de Asshele and Geoffrey de la Lee, on complaint by Master Richard de Baldok, king's clerk, that while he was under the king's special protection, Thomas de Wykham, vicar of the church of Hakeneye, John de Bannebury, John Tuwe the elder, John Tuwe the younger, Ralph de Watford, and others, carried away his goods at Hakeneye, co. Middlesex. By K.

March 24. Kenilworth.

The like to the same on complaint by Roger de Stevenach that the above persons and Raymond Pelleryn assaulted him there and carried away his goods. By K.

The like on complaint by William de Therfeld. By K.

The like on complaint by Richard de Newemarket. By K.

The like on complaint by Henry de Bokeland. By K.

March 27. Kenilworth.

The like to John de Stonore, William de Claydon and Elias de Godele touching the persons who killed William Crol, John Crol and John [le Daneman] at Ekesbiri in the New Forest, co. Southampton. By K.

March 26. Kenilworth.

Commission of the peace pursuant to the statute of Winchester to John de Mounteny, Thomas de Novo Mercato and John del Ker in the counties of Nottingham and Derby. By K.

June 30. Westminster.

The like to Philip de Somervill and Philip de Baryngton in the county of Stafford. [Parl. Writs.]

March 29. Kenilworth.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Stonore, William de Claidon and Elias de Godele touching an appeal of Margery late the wife of John Crul against brothers Robert Gode, John de Oxenford, Robert de Stokes, Roger de Harnhull, John de Shulton, Richard de Lotegarshale, fellow monks of Peter, abbot of Beaulieu, Richard de Poletria, lay brother of that abbot, John de Farendon, clerk, John 'le Abbodescok,' William de Botele, William de Okford, William Bacon, Robert Ladde, Arnold le Moundelard, Simon 'le Abbodesferour,' William Ponteyse and the said abbot, in the county of Southampton, of the death of her husband. By K.

The like to the same, on an appeal of Richard le Daneman against the same persons of the death of John le Daneman, his brother. By K.

MEMBRANE 15d.

March 30. Kenilworth.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Perpount, Richard de Whatton and Richard de Wylughby, on complaint by Master John de Notingham, king's clerk, parson of the church of Elkesley, that Hugh Gernoun, clerk, John de Scardeburgh, parson of the church of Grove, William Veysyn, and others, came to the manse of his parsonage at Elkesley, co. Nottingham, broke his houses and the doors and windows of his houses there, carried away his goods and beat his servants. By K.

MEMBRANE 14d.

April 14. Kenilworth.

Appointment of Richard Knyvet to follow and arrest Ralph son of Roger la Zousch of Lubesthorp, Eustace de Folevill, Robert de Folevill, his brother, Walter his brother, Adam de Barley, William de Barkeston of Bitham, Robert son of Simon Hauberk of Scaldford, Roger la Zousch, son of Roger la Zousch lord of Lubesthorp, Ivo son of William la Zousch of Haryngworth, knight, Robert de Helewell, knight, and Richard de Folevill, parson of the church of Ty, indicted of the death of Roger Beler in the county of Leicester, and to bring them before Henry de Lancastre, earl of Leicester, and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer touching the said felony. By K.

The like of the following:—

John de Sancto Marco.

Richard de London.

April 11. Kenilworth.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Simon Ward, Thomas Deyvill and Adam de Hoperton, on complaint by Peter de Nauntol that Richard Torkard of Shefeld, Nicholas de Hewyk, Simon 'Ricardesman Tokard,' Hugh Ivessone, and others, entered his house at Ripon, co. York, assaulted him, carried away his goods, and beat his servants.

Renewed by the chancellor because sealed at another time by fine of 20s.

April 20. Kenilworth.

The like to Edmund de Passeleye, John de Ifeld, Roger de Bavente and Robert de Estden, on complaint by Edmund, earl of Arundel, that John Wyn, John le Taverner, William de Bosegrave, John Hardyng, William Broun, and others, carried away his goods at Cicestre, co. Sussex, and assaulted his men. By K.

MEMBRANE 13d.

April 17. Kenilworth.

Commission to Philip de Colombier, Hugh de Langgeland and John de Chidiok to enquire in the counties of Somerset and Dorset touching adherents of the king's enemies and rebels beyond seas, who send to the latter the secrets of the realm of the people, and to pursue and arrest them and certify the king of their names. By K.

April 21. Kenilworth.

The like to Henry le Scrop, William de Herle and John de Denum, on complaint by W. archbishop of York, that whereas Athelstan, king of England, the king's progenitor, by charter granted to the then archbishop of York all liberties in the water of Hull which heart could think or eye could see, and whereas Henry III granted to Walter Giffard, then archbishop, the port of Hull and his prises there, as well of wines as of other merchandise coming there, as Walter de Grey and others his predecessors held the same, by virtue of which grants the archbishop took such prises there in the same manner as the king had the same elsewhere in the realm, until Matthew Columbers, late butler of Edward I, prevented the then archbishop, and whereas the now archbishop and William de Grenefeld, his predecessor, and other predecessors from the time of the said Matthew have been prevented by the king's butlers from having the same, to find by jury of the county of York the truth of this, and what is the value of the profits of the said prises, and of whom the said port is held and by what service and its value. By K.

April 22. Kenilworth.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Denum, Richard de Emeldon, Robert de Tughale and Thomas de Reynton, on complaint by the prior of Tynemuth that Walter de Seleby, Stephen de Cambhous, Thomas de Middelton, Robert son of Robert Gray, knight, John de Oseworth, Alan de Norton, Marmaduke Basset, Thomas Auffrays, Henry de Swethop, John de Bolton, William de Swethop, Hugh de Wales, John atte Spense, Robert Gower, Thomas de Thornyburn, Thomas Manfrays, Patrick de Thornyburn, and others, took 80 oxen and 60 cows of his at Tynemuth, Preston, Estchirton, Middelchirton, Bacworth and Monkseton, co. Northumberland, and carried away his goods there. By p.s.

April 23. Kenilworth.

The like to the same, on complaint by the said prior that William de Ellerington, Hugh de Wales, William del Nunnehous, Adam Colan, John Lilie, Colan Gibbessone, Robert Kide, Gilbert Belle, Elias Cole, Colan Davidsone, William Snowe and others felled his trees at Wilom, co. Northumberland, and carried away the said trees and other goods. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 12d.

[April 14. Kenilworth.]

Commission to R. de Insula of Chippechesse, W. de Denum and R. de Emeldon to deliver the gaol of the castle of Newcastle on Tyne of John de Fandon, detained therein for the death of John de Ellerker.

April 18. Kenilworth.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert Darcy, Laurence de Chaworth and John de Crossholm the younger, touching all persons concerned in the death of William Haunsom of Westdrayton, co. Nottingham, killed in his own close at Westdrayton. By K.

April 21. Kenilworth.

The like to Richard de Grey of Codenoure, Thomas de Novo Mercato, Robert Russel and William de la Launde, on complaint by Edmund de Eyncourt that whereas John de Anesleye, by the king's writ of right patent directed to the said Edmund, impleaded Joan late the wife of Thomas de Mountenye, in the said Edmund's court of Fiskerton, co. Nottingham, of a messuage, 4 bovates 50 acres of land, 5½ acres of meadow, 15 acres of wood, and 15s. of rent in Bulcote and the plea had proceeded so far that the said Joan put herself on the king's great assize, and prayed a recognition whether she had greater right than the said John in the premises, the said John and others at Fiskerton by force abstracted the said writ out of the hands of William de Bingham, bailiff of the said court, then holding the said court, after the said Joan had put herself on that assize, and tore it in pieces, in contempt of the king, to the damage of the said Edmund and to the retardation of justice. By K.

April 15. Kenilworth.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to Richard de Whatton, John de Mounteny, Simon de Sibthorp and John del Ker, touching the waters in the parts of the Vale of Belvoir in the wapentakes of Byngham and Newerk, co. Nottingham, between the towns of Langar and Byngham coming down between the towns of Flyntham and Hokesworth, Hokesworth and Thurverton, and Thurverton and Orston and other places of the said vale, into the water of Dyvene and thence to the water of Trente, at the town of Houton which waters are impeded, so that for that cause as well as by reason of a water-mill and the stank of that mill on the Dyvene at Houton and also for want of a trench crossing the meadow of Sireston to the said water of Dyvene which should be made for the preservation of the lowlands and meadows there, the same are submerged.

April 12. Kenilworth.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, Robert de Bures, John Dyn and James de Bures, on complaint by Stephen, bishop of London, and the dean and chapter of the church of St. Paul, London, that whereas by grant of King Henry, the king's progenitor, confirmed by the king, they have been accustomed to have all great fish taken in their whole land, except the tongue, Geoffrey de Burnham, William de Atherby, Nicholas le Affete, Thomas 'Nicholesreve of Thaleworth' of Little Helond, Robert de Mistelegh, Ralph Crips of Frynton, Stephen le Affete, John de Kirketon of Tendringg, Adam Payn of Arewele, Richard Love of Harwich, Alexander de Mose, Richard Amys, John Bene, John le Coupere, Thomas Whiteman of Beaumont, Richard son of Robert atte Crouche of Beaumont, Elias le Parker of Tendryngg, Roger atte Hide of Harwich, John, vicar of the church of Great Holand, Reginald Martyn of St. Osyth, John de Wileby of St. Osyth, William le Chapman of St. Osyth, Walter le Affete of Kirkeby, William Filer of Kirkeby, Richard atte Pirie, William Parles, Richard Perold and Geoffrey 'vicariesbrother of Waleton,' and others, carried away a great fish called 'cete' found in their manor of Walton, co. Essex. [Cf. m. 22d.] By K.

June 24. Tower of London.

The like to Edmund de Passele, Nicholas de Kiriel, Robert de Echingham and Simon Croyser in the county of Sussex touching persons who hold unlawful assemblies and commit crimes of violence. By K.

Mandate to the mayor and bailiffs of Wynchelse, 'la Rope,' of Hastynges and la Ry to follow and arrest such malefactors. By K.

MEMBRANE 11d.

May 1. Hayles.

Commission to Robert Dachard and John de Brompton to enquire in the county of Berks touching unlawful assemblies, and the preservation of the peace, and to arrest disturbers of the peace. By K.

MEMBRANE 10d.

May 12. Gloucester.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to John de Donecastre, William de la Mare, Adam de Hoperton and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by the men and tenants of the parts of Thorne, Fisshlak and Mirskland, co. York, and of the Isle of Haxiholm, co. Lincoln, touching obstruction of the river Done.

May 19. Marlborough.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Harden, Robert de Hungreford and John de Wynterbourn, on complaint by Robert de Lysewy that William Pye 'hatter,' John de Taunton, 'baker,' Richard de Stondle, 'spicer,' William de Shaftesbury and others assaulted him at Salisbury, co. Wilts. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 7d.

May 16. Down Ampney.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Cliderhou, John de Lancastre and Gilbert de Sotheworth, on complaint by the abbot of Whallaye that Richard de Hoghton, knight, Robert son of Adam Banastre of [Bank], Robert son of Richard le Reve, Henry his brother and others broke by night the sluices of his mill at Ravenesmeles, co. Lancaster, and his stank there, and broke the timber thereof to pieces. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 6d.

June 3. Saltwood.

Association of John Loveday in the room of Master John de Pikesle, with Master Thomas de Luda, in a commission of oyer and terminer touching the persons who broke the parks of rebels in the counties of Oxford, Berks, Wilts, Southampton, Somerset and Dorset, after they came into the king's hands by forfeiture, and entered the king's free chaces and warren there, hunted therein, felled trees, fished in the stanks, stews and several fisheries, and carried away fish, trees and other goods, deer, hares, rabbits, partridges and pheasants.

June 18. Tower of London.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Deen, Robert de Asshele and Thomas de Faversham touching the persons who assaulted Roger de Kyrkeby at Horton by Sutton atte Hone, co. Kent. By K. on the information of Geoffrey le Scrop.

Lawrence de Chymeham has like letters of oyer and terminer touching the persons who assaulted him at the same place. By K. on the like information.

MEMBRANE 5d.

June 8. Sturry.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Hugh de Prestwolde, Thomas de Radeclive and John de Wittlebury, on complaint by Ralph Basset of Drayton that, whereas he being in Gascony on the king's service had been taken under his special protection, some persons broke his parks at Drayton Basset, Walsale and Patyngham, co. Stafford, and Barewe, co. Leicester, and entered his free warrens and chaces there and at Buckeby, co. Northampton, Overton Market and Hameldon, co. Rutland, and Olneye, co. Buckingham, hunted therein, fished in his stews, and carried away fish, deer, hares, rabbits and pheasants, and assaulted his servants at Tamworth, Pakyngton, Peleshale, Lichefeld, Wulvrenehampton, co. Stafford; Lutterworth, Dunton, Leycestre, Rakedale, Radcliffe Surwrek, Mountsorel, and Querdon (sic), co. Leicester; Warrewyk, Burmyngham, Coventre, Kenil worth, Herberbury, Chesterton, Whitacre, Colleshull, Moxhull, Benteleye, Wymencote, Tamworth, Wylmyndecote, Atherston, Mirivale and Southham, co. Warwick; Caumpeden, co. Gloucester; Notyngham, Briggeford, Colston Basset, Byngham and Hykelyng, co. Nottingham; Okham, Wyssynden, Picworth, Stretton and Exton, co. Rutland; Northampton, Yolvertoft, Westhaddon, and Herleston, co. Northampton; Weston, Wardynton, Lavenden, Clifton, Emberton, Shyrynton and Neuport, co. Buckingham; and Woxbrigge, Northalle and Westminster, co. Middlesex. By K.

June 8. Sturry.

Commission to John de Stonore, John de Pabenham and Roger le Mareschal, in the county of Bedford, appointing them to hear and determine indictments before the keepers of the peace of persons holding unlawful assemblies and committing crimes of violence, to keep the peace there, to make inquisitions of the names of those who are guilty of like trespasses and to hear and determine such trespasses. By K.

The like to the following in the counties named:—

John de Cauntebrig Surrey and Sussex.
Roger de Bavent
William de Northhoo
John de Stonore Berks.
Henry de Pentelowe
John de la Haye
John de Stonore Oxford.
John de Whitfeld
John Loveday
John de Bousser Lincoln.
Robert Darcy
William de la Laund
John de Stonore Hertford.
Hugh Fitz Simond
Geoffrey de la Lee
John de Cantebrig Kent.
Walter de Huntyngfeld
William de Northo
Hugh de Courteneye Wilts, Somerset, Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.
John de Bello Campo of Somersete
William de Weylond
John Inge

Afterwards on 2 September, the king being at Porchester, Henry le Gulden was associated with them.

John de Stonore Buckingham.
Philip de Aylesbury
Roger le Mareschal
John de Bousser Nottingham and Derby.
John de Mountenye
Thomas de Novo Mercato

Afterwards on 20 July, Robert de Perepount was associated with them.

John de Stonore Essex.
Thomas de Veer
Benedict de Cokefeld
John de Mutford Cambridge and Huntingdon.
William Moigne
Simon de Brune
John de Mutford Northampton and Rutland.
John de Morteyn
Ralph Basset of Weldon
Robert Baynard Norfolk and Suffolk.
John de Ormesby
John Claver
Adam de Fyncham

[Parl. Writs.]

MEMBRANE 4d.

June 8. Sturry.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Hothum, John de Ellerker and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by Henry de Percy that William de Bayhouse, Thomas de Bayhouse, Robert de Stokesleye, Begwyn Beleson, John de Wynselawe, Thomas de Wynselawe, John de Popelton, Adam de Popelton and others broke his park at Toppeclive, co. York, hunted therein and carried away deer.

MEMBRANE 3d.

June 13. Tower of London.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Ifeld, John Filiol and Robert de Estden, on complaint by John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, touching the persons who fished in his stews and several fisheries at Lewes, Iford, Rademeld and Pidynho, co. Sussex, and carried away fish and swans. By K.

The like touching the persons who entered the earl's free warrens at Reygate, Estbechesworth and Dorkyng, hunted therein and carried away hares, rabbits, pheasants and partridges.

The like touching the persons who broke his parks at Worth, Cokefeld and Dichenyng, hunted in these, in his free chace at Claris, and his free warren at Lewes, and carried away deer, hares, rabbits, pheasants and partridges.

MEMBRANE 2d.

June 22. Tower of London.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to John de Bello Campo of Somersete, John Inge and John de Clyvedon in divers places in the county of Somerset.

June 24. Hadleigh.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard Damory, Hugh de Mignill, Hugh de Dutton and Robert de Knyghteleye, upon information that by the negligence of divers farmers and bailiffs of Macclesfeld and Overton, in the counties of Chester and Flyntshire, the mills and gorces of those manors, which used to bring the king great profit, are now so ruined that the manors will bring in little or no profit, until he has laid out a great sum in repairs, and that divers purprestures have been made to his damage, and divers assarts assessed there without the king's licence, and that the king's foresters of the forests of Macclesfeld and Overton usurp divers fees, and the king's tenants usurp common of pasture, in the said forests.

John de Sturmy, admiral of the fleet towards the north, and Benedict de Cokefeld are appointed to deliver the gaol of Colecestre of John Haukenes of Faversham, John Knobet of Faversham, Simon Laurent of Faversham, William Knobet of Faversham, John Hamme of Faversham, Adam Gerard of Romeneye and Hervey Duyt of Baudreseie, pirates, detained in that gaol for divers felonies committed against Hamo Smoth of Saltcotes and his fellows, within the ship of the said Hamo upon the sea of Estnees (supra mare le Estnees).

MEMBRANE 1d.

July 6.Henley.

Appointment of Richard Dammory to follow and arrest Adam le Wafrerer and all in his company. By K.

The like to the following:—

William Tracy.

Roger de Chaundos.

William de Ercalwe.

Richard de Hattecoumbe.

Adam le Waferer (sic).

July 4. Sheen.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bousser, William de Clyf', John de Denum and John de Cantebrigg touching the persons who prevented the king's bailiff of the town of Suthwerk, co. Surrey, from collecting a custom on every horse load of fish brought into that town, due to the king of ancient time, and took and carried away the said custom. By K.