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MEMBRANE 37d.

July 8. Porchester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Stonore, John de Bek, William Aylemere, John le Botiller of Lanultyt and Res ap Griffith, on petition by the people of Ewyas that Richard Wroth and Alice his daughter, John Wroth and others killed Philip ap David, Yevan ap Kenewr[eyk] Wren and William ap David at Ewyas, despoiled Walter Benet of his goods, broke the house of John de Wynston at Red Castle, and carried away his goods, fished in the king's stanks and stews at Walterston and carried away fish; and that the said Richard, Alice and John drove away a mare and 28 cows at Breghennok, received and maintained thieves and felons in the parts of Ewyas, and adhere to Roger de Mortuo Mari, 'le neveu,' the king's enemy and rebel, and afforded him aid and counsel in many ways. The jurors are to be of the lands of Breghennok, Elvayl and Grosmound, adjoining the land of Ewyas, and of the land of Ewyas; and the king has commanded the keeper of the land of Ewyas, Robert Clement, keeper of the land of Breghennok, William la Zousch, lord of Elvayl, and Henry de Lancastre, the king's kinsman, lord of Grosmound, are to provide the jury. By pet. of C.

July 15. Porchester.

The like to John de Mutford, John Sefoul and Simon de Hedersete, on complaint by Hervey de Saham that Thomas de Nerford, Randolf Sket, Thomas de Rykinghale, Robert le Scrikere, Robert le Vaus, Richard Red, parson of the church of Greston, Henry Lewald, John de Hoo, Adam Pittok, John le Palfreiman, John Howe and others broke his close at Saham, co. Norfolk, and the doors and windows of his houses there while he was staying by order of the king in the castle of Windesore for the munition thereof, drove away 7 horses, 8 oxen, 11 cows, 9 bullocks, 40 swine and 300 sheep of his, mowed his corn, and carried away corn, goods, doors, windows, 25 swans worth 10 marks and writings, and depastured and trampled down his grass.

Changed by the chancellor because sealed at another time.

Afterwards, on 18 November, the king being at Westminster, Constantine de Mortuo Mari is associated in the above commission.

July 8. Porchester.

The like to John de Stonore, John de Bek, William de Aylemer, John le Botiller of Lanultyt and Res ap Griffith, on petition by the people of Ewyas that Richard Wroth and John Wroth, the king's bailiffs of those parts, and their clerks and ministers have impoverished the people by false indictments, appeals, grievous ransoms, distraints and extortions, and the above mentioned keepers and lords of the lands of Ewyas, Breghennok, Elvayl and Grozmound are to provide a jury. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 36d.

July 15. Porchester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel, William de Assheburne, and John Bever, on complaint by James de Puttenham that Alan Rewaud of Stokenchurche, Robert de Pagham, John le Bowyer, John de Powele, Ralph Bacon, Henry atte Ponde, Philip Folke, Robert atte Water, George Durdaunt, Richard de Penle, Richard atte Okslade, Richard 'of Hoo' of Aston Rewaud, Peter de Stokkenchurche, William le Whelere, Walter le Shovelere, Andrew de Newemere, John Hottes, and Ralph Herteshole, with others, carried away his goods at Stokkenchurche, co. Oxford, and assaulted his men and servants. By K.

The like to the same, on the like complaint by William de Puttenham. By K.

July 17. Porchester.

Commission to John de Insula Vecta, William de Hardenne, and Ralph de Bereford to deliver the gaol of Winchester of Alice wife of William de Borehunte, detained therein for assenting to the passage of Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemore, a rebel, lately being in the king's prison of London.

July 12. Porchester

Commission of oyer and terminer to Walter de Norwico, John de Mutford, John de Bousser and John de Denum, on complaint by divers persons that Gilbert de Burgh, and Edmund de Castelacre, the king's bailiffs of the town of Ipswich, John Baude and John de Preston, his ministers of the said town, John son of Richard Haltebe, Thomas Randolf, John Cobat, Geoffrey Pecke, Peter le Jaye, William Cristofre, Richard Maynard, Thomas de Westhale, William Ryngeld, John le Deghere, Richard Starlyng, William de Breeme, Roger le Barkere, Miles le Fevre, John Godscalk, Hugh Smelt, John son of Margery Coulot, Robert de Colesdon, and others of the commonalty of that town presuming upon the liberties and immunities granted to them by the king's progenitors, have made unlawful confederacies and conspiracies by oaths and other means to maintain and defend one another in all plaints, exactions and demands, and under colour of this have put divers injuries and oppressions upon other men of the said town, who refused to join them, and upon merchants and others frequenting there, causing them under pretext of feigned larcenies, robberies and homicides to be indicted and imprisoned, some innocent persons to be convicted thereof, and some notorious malefactors to be acquitted; assessing tallages and exactions upon the said merchants and men as though in the king's name and levying the same to their own use, and concealing felonies, robberies and homicides. By C.

MEMBRANE 35d.

July 9. Porchester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Veer, Roger Beler, and Robert de Malberthorp touching the persons who killed Ponsard de Monte Martini and Eleanor his wife at Bradewell, co. Essex, those who afterwards received them, and those who procured the killing. By writ of secret seal.

July 11. Porchester.

The like to Richard Damori, steward of the household, and Richard de Stapeldon, touching felonies committed in the counties of Devon, Somerset and Dorset by men at arms, mounted and on foot, coming to Plymmuth, co. Devon, to go on the king's service to Gascony or staying there or returning home. By writ of secret seal.

July 9. Porchester.

Commission to W. bishop of Exeter, the treasurer, and Richard Damory steward of the household, appointed to survey and array the king's passage ordered at Plymmuth, co. Devon, to make orders touching ships and their munition, men, horses and armour, to retain if necessary a greater number of troops to go on the king's service, appraise the horses as is customary, make carriage, purveyances and other things, to inquire touching trespasses and disobedience against the king or his ministers, and to hear and determine plaints of trespasses and injuries amongst the men marching to Plymmuth, staying there or returning home, and the king has commanded the sheriffs of the counties of Cornwall, Devon, Somerset and Dorset and all others to be attending, counselling and helping unto them therein. By writ of secret seal.

Be it remembered that the letters directed to sheriffs, bailiffs and others were patent. [Parl. Writs.]

July 15. Porchester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Mutford, John Sefoul and John Claver, on complaint by Ralph de Cammoys that Thomas de Nerford, Thomas de Rokynghale, (sic), Henry de Apehawe, Remigius, parson of the church of Hengham, Geoffrey de Wylleby, Peter de Remisman, William de Rysyng, James de Risyng, and Thomas his brother, William Rosselyn, Thomas de Manstone, William de Brigham, John de Sibton, Roger Larcher, John de Quyneberge, Roberte le Hunte, Bartholomew de Asenawe, Richard Goche, Richard Snel, Richard Maundevill of Swanton, Roger le Hunte and others entered his manor at Flexthorp, co. Norfolk, and broke his park there and hunted therein, and carried away goods and deer.

Changed by the chancellor because sealed at another time.

July 16. Porchester.

Commission of the peace, pursuant to the statute of Winchester, to John de Longevill and Robert de Daventre, in the county of Northampton.

The like to the following in the following counties:—

Dec. 18. Porchester.

Robert Fiz Payn Dorset.
William de Stok

1325. Jan. 6. Ravensdale.

Robert de Vaal Warwick.
John de Bysshopesdon

March 8. Tower of London.

John de Ifeld Essex.
Robert de Estden
John Fillol

May 16. Porchester.

Robert Burdet Leicester.
Richard de Eggebaston.

July 5. Westminster.

Thomas de Pipe Stafford.
Philip de Somervill
Robert de Mauveysyn
Philip de Lutteleye

[Parl. Writs.]

MEMBRANE 34d.

July 8. Porchester.

Association of John de Stonore in the commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bek and John de Barewe touching unlawful confederacies in the lands of Ewyas and Breghennok.

July 18. Porchester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Alexander de Cave, Geoffrey de Cave, and Robert de Scorburgh, on complaint by Hugh de Pontefracto that Thomas Hode of Houden, Alan Hode, John son of John Gentilman of Lynton, John de Broghton, chaplain, and Thomas his brother, Robert son of James le Barkere of Houden, Walter son of James le Barkere of Houden, Peter de Hothum of Houden, John Bond of Kilpyn, Thomas Fisshe of Balkholme, Robert le Fornor of Houden, Thomas Toky of Kylpyn, Alan le Beriere, 'Thomasservaunt Hode' and others, assaulted him at Houden, co. York. By fine of 30s. York.

July 25. Porchester.

The like to William de Cleydon, Hugh de Hamslap and John de Mere, on complaint by the abbot of Beaulieu that Ralph Monselawe and John his son, John de Falle and John his son, John Reynold and John his son, Walter Brian, Roger Bryan, Adam Brian, Stephen Nel of Cadelond, Robert de Assheden, John son of John Chippe, Peter Kauncheler, Walter Tyrpel, William Tirpel, Reginald atte Dane, Robert son of Augustin de Langele, Richard Daneman, Roger Daneman, William Daneman, William Austyn of Wodyton, William Crul, John Crul, Augustin Crul, William le Rok, John de Shifford, William le Whyte, Richard Whityng, Edward le Gute, Robert Bastard of Hardele, William le Yunge of Langele the younger, William Coleman of Staneswode, William Prat of Brightmaneston, Robert Algar of Stone, Roger Loneston, Robert Rolf of Leope, Adam Botsweyn, William Pynnok of Stone, Richard Pynnok of Staneswode, and others, filled up with earth, sand and stones dykes which he had made round 80½ acres of waste in a place called 'Nottele,' and 22 acres of waste in a place called 'Codelesdon,' and 38 acres of waste in a place called 'Oterwode,' in the New Forest, co. Southampton, which were arrented to him by John de Foxle, William de Hardenn and Hugh de Hampslape, commissioners appointed to arrent wastes in that forest; and that the above persons uprooted the slips of trees and thorns of the hedges which he had planted round the said places, and burned them and the stakes and poles of the said hedges, and threatened to kill his men if they made any enclosure there, so that he suffered loss by reason of the places remaining unenclosed and uncultivated although he is charged at the Exchequer with the farm thereof; and that they beat his men and servants at the said place of Nottele, whereby he lost their service for a great time. By K.

MEMBRANE 30d.

Aug. 2. Guildford.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Beler, Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de Malberthorp and Peter de Ludyngton, on complaint by the guardian of the Friars Minors of Lincoln that, while he was under the king's protection, John de Bevercotes and Margery his wife, Alexander Boteler of Lincoln, and Eglentina his wife, John Doubrigg and others broke his close and houses at Lincoln, and carried away his goods. By K.

Aug. 3. Guildford.

The like to Henry de Cobbeham, John de Bousser and John de Ifeld touching the persons who entered the free chace of Tonebrigge in the counties of Kent and Sussex, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K.

MEMBRANE 29d.

Aug. 29. Battle.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Hemmegrave, Simon de Hedersete and Robert de Asphale, upon information that Philip Harneys, John his brother, Geoffrey Stace, Henry his brother, Thomas Lu, John son of John de Grymmesby, Thomas Stace, Thomas le Maistre, Laurence le Clerk, Simon Shakelok, Hugh 'Phelippesman Harnays,' and others making conspiracies in the town of Ipswich, co. Suffolk, and compelling others by unlawful oaths to swear to maintain and defend them in all plaints, assaulted Edmund de Castelacre and Gilbert de Burgh, bailiffs of the town, and John Haltebe, constable of the peace there, in exercising their offices and executing the king's mandates, besieged them in the house of John de Preston, at length broke the doors thereof, entered the house, and beat them and others who were in their company there for the preservation of the peace, and by their continual menaces prevent them from exercising their said offices. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 28d.

Aug. 6. Guildford.

Commission to William de Bereford, Hervey de Staunton and William de Herle to examine at St. Martin le Grand the record and process of the following plea and to correct the error if any therein. Lately, at the suit of Cantus de Blank, merchant of the society of the Scali of Florence—setting forth that it was usual amongst alien merchants in the realm, in the case of loans and other deliveries between them, for memoranda thereof to be made in their papers on both sides, stating the amount, the cause and term of payment, without any bond being made between them, and that the said Cantus had in that way lent 177l. 19s. to Baukinus Brunelesk', merchant of Florence, at London, and the said Baukinus had clandestinely taken away his paper and all his goods and was hastening away to foreign parts leaving the said Cantus unpaid—the king commanded the mayor and sheriffs of London to associate with themselves John de Stonore and John de Weston, constable of the Tower of London, and to call before them the said Cantus and Baukinus and other merchants of the society of the Bardi, Spini, Peruzzi, [of] Florence and others commorant in London, and by inquisition of such alien merchants, who were not suspected, to do justice in the matter. But in the record and process and rendering of judgment, the said Baukinus complains that there was manifest error.

Aug. 17. Isleworth.

Association of John de Chtyndon, in the room of John Bever, who is attendant upon the king's business elsewhere, with Henry Spigurnel and William de Assheburne in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to the latter touching a complaint by William de Puttenham above recited. [See p. 64–5.] By K.

The like touching a complaint of James de Puttenham. [See p. 64–5.] By K.

MEMBRANE 27d.

Appointment of Thomas Deyvill and Adam de Hoperton to deliver the gaol of the castle of York of Thomas Ganton of Wakefeld, detained therein for the death of Robert le Leche.

Aug. 27. Tonbridge.

Commission to William de Bereford, Hervey de Staunton and William de Herle to examine at St. Martin le Grand the record and process of a plea of trespass that was before the mayor and sheriffs of London between Richard de Reynham and Geoffrey parson of the church of Holy Trinity the Less, London, executors of the will of Thomas de Thorp, of the one part, and John le Wolf and Alice his wife, of the other part, and to correct an error which John and Alice complain has intervened therein.

MEMBRANE 26d.

Sept. 16. Porchester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Bello Campo of Somersete, John Randulf, Matthew de Clivedon, and John de Fosse, on complaint by Adam le Galeys that John son of Joan de Sancto Laudo, Edmund Loryng and Joan his wife, Robert Loring, Gilbert Baldewyne, John de Gillyngham, John le Flecchere of Clutton, John son of [omitted] of Bruttone and others, broke his houses at Hutton, and carried away his goods and writings. By fine of 40s. Somerset.

Sept. 18. Porchester.

The like to Lambert de Trykynham and Henry de Fenton, on complaint by Richard de Houwell, Edmund de Cressy and Ralph de Sancto Laudo that William Gilmyn of Dodyngton, William Bolour, Roger Barioneys, Richard atte Barnes, Henry atte Lane, Richard atte Lane, William Grauntell', William Ascelot, Roger son of Ralph, Thomas le Clerc, Henry Brice, Henry Reinald, Richard Hert, William atte Tounhend of Westburgh, William Sparewater, Richard le Warner of Bynyngton, Richard atte Tounhend of Bynyngton, Thomas Sampson, Henry Stiward, Walter Stiward, and others, broke the stank of their mill at Claypol, co. Lincoln, and cut in pieces the timber placed there for the preservation of the stank, so that the water ran out and they lost the profit of their stank and mill. By K.

MEMBRANE 25d.

Sept. 18. Porchester.

The like to Edmund de Passeleye and Hamo de Chigewelle, on complaint by John de Coblington that Richard, abbot of Westminster, Robert de Kirtlington, John de Bebury, William de Longardyn, Robert de Brakeleye, Michael de Bridbrok, Simon de Bristouu, John de Tyteburst (sic), his fellow monks, John son of Richard atte Watre, Walter son of Henry le Keu, John his brother, Richard atte Doune, Peter Page, Randolf le Pestour, John de Hereford, John de Wenlok, and others, assaulted him at Westminster, co. Middlesex. By K.

The like to the same on like complaint by the following:—

William de Anesty. By K.

Walter de Wycroft. By K.

Robert de Sellyng. By K.

Bartholomew de Monte Acuto. By K.

Sept. 20. Porchester.

The like to Robert de Aston, John de Peytou and Richard de Westbury, on complaint by John atte Chambre, 'cornmongre,' that, while he was under the king's protection, John Balle of Tredyngton, Nicholas Janekyn, William Poygnaunt, John Moygne, John Maudut of Neubolde, Robert Mariot, Alice Norman, Alice Robyns, William Harald, John Willekyn, William Roman, Thomas Baldewyne of Neubolde, John Hert of Derlescote, Nicholas Goffe, Nicholas Gobioun, Maud late the wife of Nicholas le Reve, John Thomas, John Sprigun, and others, carried away his goods at Tredynton, co. Worcester. By C. and by fine of 20s.

Sept. 20. Porchester.

Commission to Geoffrey le Scrop, Walter de Bello Campo and Robert de Haustede to deliver the prison of the Marshalsea of Nicholas Kenwreyk, David le Harpour, Wadin Brisebon, Richard de Stoklond, Philip de Cornewayle and John de Wandlesworth, who, asserting themselves to be of the king's household and following it at a distance, committed divers larcenies and felonies at Winchester and elsewhere in the county of Southampton without the verge, whereof they have been indicted at that town, for which cause the marshals of the household by the king's order took them at Winchester and brought them to the said prison of the Marshalsea; and therefore the king commands the marshals to have them and their attachments and the sheriff of Southampton to cause the said indictment to be brought before them, and jurors to be present at such time and place as they shall make known. By K.

Sept. 26. Porchester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Cantebr[igia], Simon de Brunne, and Robert de Grauncet, on complaint by William Freman of Gritton that William de Sautre, parson of the church of Gritton, John de Sautre, chaplain, Robert Jumet, William Margaret, Robert Vallet, Robert Pedder, Geoffrey de Leyton, William son of Maud la Fevere, and others, assaulted him at Gretton, co. Cambridge. By fine of 20s.

MEMBRANE 23d.

Sept. 1. Pevensey

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger Beler, Robert de Malberthorp, Lambert de Trikingham and Henry de Fenton, on complaint by Thomas de Hemmyngburgh that William Motekan of Neuton, John his son, Thomas Motekan of Westrasen, Thomas son of Thomas de Nevill of Faldyngworth, Thomas Bridde of Neuton the younger, Robert 'the priorisserjant of Sixil,' Geoffrey Motekan of Neuton, Richard de Spridelyngton of Neuton, William son of Ralph de Neuton, Walter Kyn of Toft, Simon de Dalby of Normanby by Burtounstather, Richard Bridde of Neuton, and others, drove away six of his horses at Toft Neuton, co. Lincoln, of the price of 6l. and other goods, and assaulted his men and servants. By fine of 20s.

Sept. 15. Porchester.

Commission to Lambert de Trykyngham and Henry de Fenton, on petition before the king and council by the men of Claypol, co. Lincoln, and the parts adjacent shewing that whereas persons wishing to pass from Claypol to Newerk have been wont to pass by a way leading from Claypol over the bridge of Oldehebrigge, on the confines of the counties of Lincoln and Notingham, with horses, carts and other animals and carriages, the said bridge is now broken down and the timber and stones thereof are carried away, and the way itself is so washed away by inundations that men passing there cannot in these times discern it to their great risk, to survey the way and to enquire by jury of the said counties by whose default the bridge is so broken down, and who are bound to keep and maintain the same, and to distrain them to make restitution of the timber and stone taken away, and to repair and maintain the bridge and road.

Sept. 15. Porchester.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to Roger de Somervill, Hugh de Pikworth and Robert de Babbethorp, on the east side of the water of Ouse, between Turneheved and Barnebyfery, co. York.

MEMBRANE 22d.

Sept. 28. Porchester.

Commission to Walter de Bello Campo to enquire in the county of Southampton touching persons pretending to be of the king's household, who have obtained lodging in divers parts of that county without the verge of that household and have carried away victuals without paying for the same. By K.

MEMBRANE 21d.

Oct. 3. Porchester.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Scures, James de Norton and Thomas de Saunford, on complaint by William de Kyngeston that Bertrand de la More, William Bachelier, Simon le Messour of Warnebourne, Roger le Hunte, William Parker of Alton, and others, assaulted him at Winchester, co. Southampton.

MEMBRANE 20d.

Oct. 8. Woolmer.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Mutford, Robert de Aspale and Simon de Hedersete on complaint by William Peyvre that Nicholas atte Wodehous, John le Barbour of Lenne, John Jolifjohan, Thomas le Palefrayman, Martin Attewode, Henry Benne, John Caprun, Roger son of John de Gunton, Thomas de Antyngham, William Bertelmeu, Theobald Fist, John Cailli, Ralph, parson of the church of Erpyngham, and others, entered his manor at Thorpemarket, and carried away goods, and assaulted Hawisia his wife, so that she miscarried, and assaulted his men; the jury to be of the county of Suffolk. By fine of 20s.

MEMBRANE 18d.

Oct. 23. Tower of London.

Commission to John de Bousser, John de Cantebr[igia] and Robert de Asshele to examine at St. Martin le Grand the record and process of a plea that was before Ralph de Sandwyco, sometime keeper of the city of London, and William de Leyre and Thomas Romayn, then sheriffs of the city, by writ of Edward I, between Maud daughter of Christiana Sperlyng, now wife of Bartholomew de Kent, 'tayllour,' and Felicia her sister, now wife of William le Markeys, 'fitheler,' of the one part, and Thomas son of John Doget, Hamo de Hethe and Alice his wife, of the other part, that the latter render the services due out of a free tenement in London which they held of the said Maud and Felicia, which said Hamo and Alice held a life estate in the premises, part of the inheritance of the said Thomas son of John, by bequest of the said John Doget, the father of the said Thomas son of John, whose heir he is; and to correct any error therein. The examination is to be made in the presence of the now mayor and sheriffs, the parties, and Henry Prodhomme, who holds three shops, and Godwin Turk, who holds one shop, of the tenement aforesaid.

Oct. 29. Westminster.

Commission of the peace pursuant to the statute of Winchester, to Walter de Huntyngfeld and William de Chymbeham, in the county of Kent. [Parl. Writs.]

MEMBRANE 17d.

Oct. 20. Tower of London.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Edmund de Passele, Robert de Malberthorp and John de Stonore touching the death of Roger Alomaly, the king's stonemason, in the chapel of the palace of Westminster at Westminster, co. Middlesex, and divers trespasses against other of the king's stonemasons there, committed by monks of Westminster and others, as is said. By K.

Oct. 25. Tower of London.

The like to Thomas de Luda and Master John de Pykesle touching some evildoers in the counties of Oxford, Berks, Wilts, Southampton, Somerset and Dorset, who broke the parks of the king's enemies after these came into his hands by forfeiture, and entered the king's free chaces and warrens in those counties, hunted therein, felled the trees, fished in the stanks, stews and several fisheries, and carried away fish, trees, and some other goods late of the said enemies, deer, hares, rabbits, partridges and pheasants. By bill of the Treasurer.

Afterwards, on 4 February, the king being at Westminster, Robert de Hungerford was associated in the above commission.

Oct. 29. Westminster.

The like to Henry de Cobeham and Henry de Sharden touching the persons who with Ralph Duboneye the elder, Alexander Forester 'Raufservant Duboneye,' Geoffrey de Hardesham, Adam his brother, and Roger Peytevyn broke the king's park of Blechinglegh, co. Surrey, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K.

Oct. 30. Westminster.

The like to John de Bousser, John de Cauntebrigge and Simon de Brunne, on complaint by Isabel late the wife of Salomon de Carleton of Ely that Roger de Essex, 'taverner,' Alexander de Alington, John de Queye, Benedict de Helegeye, John de Lydgate, Benedict Kellok, Henry Corner of Dounham, William Whitstot, John le Longe, Ralph Scot, and John Portejoye of Litleport, and others, broke her house at Ely, co. Cambridge, by night, and dragged her, as she lay naked in bed, from the same bed and beat her. By K. at the instance of Robert de Insula.

MEMBRANE 16d.

Oct. 29. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry de Cobeham and William de Cotes touching the persons who with David Ospring, Geoffrey Molessh and John atte Frythe, entered the king's free warren of Badelesmere, co. Kent, hunted therein and carried away conies. By K.

Oct. 30. Westminster

The like to Richard de Baskervile, John Inge and Roger Carles touching oppressions and maladministration by William de la Wode, keeper of the castle and lands of Wyggemore now in the king's hands, which lands are in the counties of Hereford and Salop, as is said. By K. on the information of W. de Ayrem[ynne].

MEMBRANE 14d.

Nov. 1. Mortlake.

Commission to Edmund de Hemmegrave, Simon de Hedersete and William de Gippewyco reciting that whereas, at the suit of John Fairher, burgess of Berwick on Tweed, setting forth that after the truce made between the king and the men of Scotland, he came with a ship laden with salmon, deer-skins, tallow and other goods to Ipswich under a safe-conduct of Robert de Umframvill, earl of Anegos, and his fellows, keepers of the said truce in the parts of Northumberland, which safe-conduct was accepted by the king, to trade and sell amongst other things salmon to the value of 12l. to John le Keu and Simon Shakelok and they have refused to pay the 12l. and threatened him with loss of life and limbs, and that afterwards when he had sold the rest of his goods, and taken in a cargo of corn and other goods, to be taken to Scotland, Edmund de Castelacre, Henry Rotour and other men of that town arrested his ship and corn, and the above John, Simon, Edmund and Henry as also John le Blount, Thomas de Westhall, John de Melford and others of that town by collusion impleaded him by feigned and frivolous plaints in the court of that town, and praying for redress, the king lately ordered the bailiffs of the town to call the parties before them and cause restitution of the 12l. and satisfaction for his damages to be made to him, the said bailiffs have done nothing herein; and appointing them to find by inquisition on the oath of men of the county of Suffolk what damages the said John Fairher has sustained, to cause restitution of his ship and corn or the value thereof and satisfaction for damages to be made him and to punish all whom they shall find to be guilty herein.

Vacated because otherwise below.

MEMBRANE 13d.

Nov. 8. Westminster.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to John Randolf, Elias de Godele and John de Fosse along the coast in the county of Somerset.

The like to Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de Malberthorpe, Peter de Skremby and Gilbert de Toutheby between Grymesby and Boston, co. Lincoln.

Nov. 10. Westminster.

Commission to Edmund de Hemmegrave, Simon de Hedersete and William de Gippewico touching the suit of John Fairher as above [m. 14d] with the addition following, named as having with others arrested his ship and parted the cargo among them, viz. Henry Rotour, John le Blount, John Coleman, John Irp, John Robat, John le Maistre, Andrew le Spicer, Laurence atte Wente, William Shriblound, William Bast, Henry Stace, Seman Meriel, Miles le Fevre and Thomas Coman.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Commission to Richard de Wyndesore and William de Bradewell, on complaint by men and tenants of the hundred of Istelworth, to enquire touching the behaviour of John de Enfeld and Roger de Broke, lately appointed in the county of Middlesex to survey the array in pursuance of the late proclamation, as it is charged that they and their deputies have assessed divers tallages on complainants by colour of providing arms and extorted money from them which they have converted to their own use, that they have spared able-bodied men for what these gave them and compelled the weak and poor who had nothing to give them to labour every day at divers places in the hundred and elsewhere in the county, and that they have done other extortions and grievances in this behalf. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 11d.

Nov. 15. Westminster.

Association of John de Stonore and John Loveday in the commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas de Luda and Master John de Pykesle touching trespasses in the parks of rebels in the counties of Oxford, Berks, Wilts, Southampton, Somerset and Dorset, since these came into the king's hands by forfeiture, and in the king's free chaces and warrens in those counties.

Nov. 18. Westminster.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to William la Zousche of Assheby, John de Cantebrigge, Simon de Brunne, and John de Hynton in the county of Cambridge.

MEMBRANE 10d.

Nov. 13. Westminster.

Association of Roger Hillary in the commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de la Bere, Thomas de Luda and John de Chetyngdon touching a complaint by William de Chastiloun, parson of the church of Bedhampton, that Alan de Lenne, John 'Aleinsmanoflenne,' Richard 'Aleinsprestoflenne,' Richard Munde, Gilbert Wysman, and others, assaulted him at Lekhampstede, co. Buckingham.

MEMBRANE 7d.

Nov. 16. Westminster.

Commission to John de Stonore, William de Denum and John Beyver reciting that; whereas at the suit of Elizabeth late the wife of John de Pabenham the elder, setting forth that an assize of novel disseisin which John de Pabenham arramed before John de Bousser, John de Cantebrigge and Simon de Brunn, then justices assigned to take assizes, juries and certifications in the county of Bedford, against her and others by original writ, touching a tenement in Wylden passed by in the absence of her and the others, and that she had a writing of quit-claim to her of the tenement made under the seal of the said John de Pabenham, upon the making whereof the jurors of the assize were not examined, and could not be examined, because no mention was made of the said quit-claim in the plea, the king lately commanded the said justices to view the said document and do her justice according to the statute in that case, and that, although he afterwards appointed Roger Beler, Walter de Friskeneye and Robert de Malberthorp as justices to take all assizes, &c. arramed before any of his justices in that county, willing that the whole matter should be finally determined before the former justices and not before the latter, he commanded the said John, John and Simon to proceed to take the certification touching the premises notwithstanding the commission to Roger, Walter and Robert, and determine that matter finally, but they for divers matters elsewhere cannot attend to this; he has appointed them for this in the place of the same John, John and Simon.

Nov. 24. Cheshunt.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Donecastre and Robert Russel on complaint by Master John Bussh, king's clerk, that Gilbert de Welton, and others, entered his manor at Hoton Paynel, co. York, and carried away goods. By p.s.

Nov. 23. Tower of London.

The like to Constantine de Mortuo Mari, Simon de Hedersete and William Bout of Norwich, on complaint by John de Grantham, Robert But, John Pellessone, Peter Neve, Walter Warst, and Lambert de Rouberwe that whereas they put 82 sarplers, 3 pockets of wool and 26 pieces of lead at Boston in a ship of Lambesin Swan, mariner of Flanders, to be taken to le Swyn in Flanders, and the vessel was broken up at Blakeneye, co. Norfolk, and the said wool and lead cast on shore, a great number of the men of those parts carried away the same as wreck, although some men in the ship escaped to shore alive, and still detain such wool and lead. By C.

MEMBRANE 6d.

Nov. 14. Westminster.

Commission de wallis et fossatis to Roger de Cubbeldyk, Nicholas de Leek, John de la Gotere of Boston, and Roger de Kymberle of Boston in the wapentake of Skirbeck in Holand, co. Lincoln.

Nov. 25. Bassingbourn.

Association of William de Denum in the place of Geoffrey de Hertilpol, who cannot attend to this, in the commission of oyer and terminer directed to the same Geoffrey, Robert de Asshele and Thomas Gegge touching the carrying away of wool of John Junctin from a ship sailing from London to Sandwich. [See Vol. iv, p. 449.]

MEMBRANE 3d.

Dec. 14. Nottingham.

Commission to Henry le Scrop, John de Donecastre, Hugh de Meygnill and Roger de Verdon to survey the weirs on either side of the Trent between the towns of Notingham and Gaynesburgh, in the counties of Notingham and Lincoln, and to cause all bars, chains and engines placed across the thread (fili) of the stream to be torn up so that ships and boats may not be prevented from passing, as at present they are, and there may be a way of one perch on either side of the thread of the river as there used to be from the rivers Humbre and Use to Notingham for the munition of the king's castle there and the sustenance of the parts adjacent and the western parts. The said bars, &c. are to be at once carried to Notingham castle and those to whom they belong are to be warned to come without delay to the king to answer herein. By K. and C.

MEMBRANE 2d.

Dec. 16. Nottingham.

Commission to Roger Beler and Robert de Holden to audit the account of the murage granted to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of Nottingham for three years from 12 January, in the fifteenth year. By K.

MEMBRANE 1d.

Dec. 20. Nottingham.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel, Roger Carles and William de Bradewell, touching the persons who broke the park of Robert de Fereres at Cherteley, co. Stafford, hunted therein and carried away deer. By K. on the information of R. Damory the elder.