1327, membranes 37d, 36d, 35d, 34d, 33d, 32d, 29d, 28d, 27d, 26d, 25d, 24d, 22d, 21d, 20d, 19d, 18d, 17d, 16d, 14d, 12d, 11d, 10d, 8d, 7d, 6d, 5d, 4d, 1d

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward III: Volume 1, 1327-1330. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1891.

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Membrane 37d.

Feb. 8. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Mounteney, Richard de Wylughby and John de Bolyngbrok’, on complaint by Bertram de Mounburgheln’ that Richard de Sutton of Walesby and John his brother, Richard son of Richard son of Philip de Walesby, and Nicholas brother of the same Richard son of Richard, and others, carried away his goods and assaulted his servants at Gameleston by Eton, co. Nottingham.

Feb. 8. Westminster.

The like to Lambert de Trykyngham, Henry (Hernico) de Fenton, Robert de Charnels and Richard de Wylughby, on complaint by Henry de Bello Monte that John abbot of Burton-on-Trent, Ralph de Ardern, William Payn the abboteservant, Robert Mauveysyn, William Mauveisyn, Ralph Vernoun, William de Freford, William Criffyn, John Myners and John and Nicholas his sons, Hugh Rodeman of Yoksall, Philip le Halleswayn, Robert le Filz Meller, Henry le Walker, chaplain, and William and Richard his brothers, William le Dey, John Vernay of Uttokeshather, Richard Kays, John Shopcok, Gilbert Chopcok, John de Baryngton, Theobald de Baryngton, Richard le Bouker, Gilbert son of Henry de Yoksall, Thomas de Bussons, Nicholas de Charteley, William atte Wode of Uttokeshather, William Curteis of Ambiry, William de Duffeld of Tatteshull, and others, broke his park of Whitewyk’, co. Leicester, and took therefrom thirty horses, forty mares (jumenta) and sixty foals, worth 1,000l. By K.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Substitution of Robert Burdet and Richard de Wylughby for Henry de Lancaster, earl of Leicester, John de Stonore, John de Denum and Thomas le Blount, appointed by the late king commissioners to hear and determine the inquisition and indictments, returned by Thomas le Blount, John Hamelyn and Henry de Ferers, touching the death of Roger Beler while going from Kirkeby to Leicester. By C.

Feb. 6. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Trikyngham, William de la Launde, Henry (Henrico) de Fenton and John de Merston, on complaint by John son of Ranulph de Ry that whereas he, as lord of the manor of Gosberkirk, and his ancestors, from time immemorial, have had a conduit from the water of Surflete at Surflet to their dwelling-house at Gosberkirk, co. Lincoln, for cleansing their fish-ponds, support of the fish therein, watering their animals and cattle, and other necessary purposes, William son of Roger de Cressy of Surflet, John de Kirketon, knight, Nicholas Cok, Walter Nye, Geoffrey Spark’, Thomas Molt’ of Surflet, John son of John Warner of Boston, Adam Jonessumpter de Kirketon, John son of Ralph Cristian, Laurence Hillary of Fraunton, John son of Warin de Fraunton, Alexander son of Ralph Thackere of Kirketon, and John and William, brothers of the said Alexander, Ralph son of William Thacker, John Wythum and Alan his brother, John Basilesneve, John Battesson, Robert son of Clement de Buttele, John Bosse, John del Edyk, Thomas Taillour, Robert son of John, Joice Clement and Bartholomew and Thomas his brothers, John son of Robert son of Isold[a], Simon de Bonyngton, Roger Oram, Clement Godeknave, William son of Laurence, Alan son of Robert Bailli, Ralph son of Walter Bailli, Walter son of Clement de Buttele of Kirketon, and others, broke the said conduit by night and filled it with earth, to the destruction of the plaintiff’s fish and injury to his cattle, carried away and burned his goods, besieged him at Boston, and assaulted his servants. By p.s.

Dec. 13. York.

Association of Thomas Wake of Lydel in the aforesaid commission.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Hugh de Prestwold, Roger de Aylesbury and Roger Carles, on complaint by Roger de Okoure that William abbot of Burton-on-Trent, Robert de Brikhull and Henry de Yoxhale, monks of his abbey, John de Toke, parson of the church of Grendon, Ralph de Grendon, and others, forcibly entered and broke the doors, gates, and windows of the houses, and the hedges, within his manor in the county of Suffolk, shut up Cristina, his wife, in the same manor, carried away his goods and also deer from his park, and hares, rabbits, partridges and pheasants from his warren. By p.s.

Membrane 35d.

Feb. 13. Westminster.

The like to Robert de Scorburgh, Thomas Deyvill and Thomas de Burton, on complaint by Alan de Bulmer that William de Hugthorp, John Bere, ‘baxstere,’ William de Wellebergh, John Chapman, William Dasshe, William Homet, and others, assaulted him at Gisburgh, co. York, and carried away his goods. By p.s.

The like, mutatis mutandis, on complaint by William de Coton against the same persons of an assault at Wilton. By p.s.

Membrane 34d.

Feb. 10. Westminster.

The like to Lambert de Thrikyngham, Henry de Fenton and William de la Launde, on complaint by John son of Richard de Grymesby of Lincoln that John de Stretton, parson of the church of Laysceby, Henry Avycesone, Bendict Typel of Laysceby, Walter Lowesone and William le Keu assaulted him at Lincoln.

Feb. 13. Westminster.

The like to Robert de Scorburgh, Thomas Deyvill and Thomas de Burton, on complaint by John son of Robert de Wylton that William de Hugthorp, John Bere ‘baxtere,’ William de Welbergh, John Chapman, William Dasshe, William Homet, and others, assaulted and beat him at Gysburgh, co. York, and carried away his goods. By p.s.

Membrane 33d.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Mortuo Mari, John de Bouser, Master Rees ap Howell and Robert de Malleye, on complaints, as contained in petitions sent herewith, by men of the commonalties of Kantemaur, Kardiganshire, Kanterpenwedyk, Lampader, Kermerdyn and Mountgomery, of oppressions by wardens, sheriffs, constables, chamberlains and others bailiffs and ministers of the late king. By K. & C.

Membrane 32d.

Feb. 22. Westminster.

The like to Alan de Cherleton, John de la Lee and William de Shareshull, on complaint by Laurence Priket that Roger, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, William, parson of the church of Colton, Robert le Hunte, Robert le Clark, and others, carried away his goods at Swynnerton, co. Stafford.

Feb. 23. Westminster.

The like to William le Botiller of Wemme, William de Weston and Roger Careles, on complaint by Philip de Say, king’s clerk, that Anian ap David ap Kenewreyk’ of Martynes Chirch, Howel ap David, Madoc ap Kenewreyk ap Thlowargh, Jorward ap Oweyn, David ap Madok ap Kenewreyk ap Tholowargh, Kenewric ap Madok Vaghan of Ifton, Tuder ap Madok Vaghan, Jorward ap Madok ap Kenewreyk, Jovan ap Jorwarth ap Oweyn, Meiler ap David ap Thlowargh, David ap Jorwarth ap Kenewreyk, Jorward Vaghan ap Jorwarth ap Kenewreyk, Jorward ap Eynon of Wygynton, Meiler ap Eynon of Wygynton, David ap Guylym and Kenewric his brother, Ithel Vaghan ap Ithel ap Jovan, Adam ap Meiller Voil, Ithel Edeneuet, Matinus Martyn, David ap Eynon Cotta, Jovan ap David ap Eynon, David ap Edeneuet del Ryn, Jovan ap Edeneuet del Ryn, and others, burned some houses of his at Marton in the hundred of Ellesmere, in the Welsh march adjoining Shropshire, and the goods therein, broke into other houses of his there, carried away fish from his fish-ponds, felled and carried away his trees and timber, and assaulted his servants. By p.s.

Feb. 26. Westminster.

The like to John de Ifeld, John Filiol and Robert de Estden, on complaint by John de Warrena, earl of Surrey, of trespasses in his fish-ponds and several fisheries at Lewes, Iford, Rademeld and Pidynho, and of the taking away of two hundred swans, worth 100 marks.

Membrane 29d.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

The like to William Trussel, Roger Hillary and Roger Carles, on information that John le Daye, John de Fundemesleye, John atte Bache and John his son, William de Ellewall, William Pyreth, Thomas Hogeis, Thomas de Catteswall, Bartholomew de Fundemesleye, Geoffrey Aillewyne, William Bygge, Roger atte Nasse, Roger le White, John Haumond, John atte Park, William son of Agatha en le Park, Thomas le Kyng, Richard de Flaxale, Robert de Flaxale, Nicholas Aillewyne, William de Gornhale, Adam le Cartere, John Slyk, William Hervy, John de Bissebury, and others, forcibly entered his manor of Seggesley, a member of Duddeleye Castle, now in the king’s hands by reason of the rebellion of Hugh le Despenser the younger, took deer in the king’s parks there, and assaulted his servants. By K & C.

Feb. 13. Westminster.

Association of John de Denum in the commission of oyer and terminer lately directed to Robert Burdet and Richard de Wylughby to enquire touching the death of Roger Beler while going from Kirkeby to Leicester. By C.

Feb. 10. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Lambert de Trikyngham, Henry de Fenton and William de la Launde, on complaint by John son of Richard de Grymesby of Lincoln that John de Stretton, parson of the church of Laysceby, Henry Avicesone, Benedict Typel of Laysceby, Walter Lowesone, William Bray of Grymesby, William le Keu, and others, assaulted him at Lincoln.

Feb. 18. Westminster.

The like to James de Norton, Robert de Hungerford and Thomas de Louthe, on complaint by John de Sancto Johanne that William son of Alan Stake and John his brother, Gilbert ‘the prioures pynder’ of Hodyketon, Thomas Prestsone of Upton, William Bishop of Hodyketon, Geoffrey de Moreworth of Falley, ‘tailliour,’ Thomas de Grey, Philip son of Philip Haukyn, and Robert Achard broke his park at Shireburn and carried away deer, and trespassed in his free warren at Basyng, co. Southampton, and carried away rabbits. By p.s.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

The like to Edmund de Hemegrave, John de Ingham and John de Shardelowe, on complaint by Hugh de Brumleye that William le Serjaunt, Richard Bandon the younger, Nicholas de Kelleseye and Richard his brother, Richard Nicolesneve, Robert Drymedue, and others, broke his houses and carried away his goods at Yoxford, co. Suffolk.

Membrane 28d.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Robert de Horton and John de Burton, on complaint by Ralph de Wylyngton that John Giffard of Lekhampton, and others, took away two horses and eight oxen worth 12l., with other goods, at Hocherlegh, co. Gloucester. By C. quia de querela.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to Benedict de Cokefeld, John de Whelnetham and John de Ingham, on complaint by Peter de Denardeston that Edmund de Sancto Mauro, William Cockerel, knight, Andrew le Forester, John le Neve of Brendilleye, and others, broke his houses at Brendilleye and Meldyng, co. Suffolk, felled his trees there, and carried them away with other goods. By C. quia de querela.

Membrane 27d.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Mortuo Mari, John de Bousser, Master Rees ap Howell and Robert de Mallay, on petition of John le Clerc of Karmardyn to the king and council setting forth that Thomas Deyn, late constable of Karmardyn and chamberlain of South Wales, and Robert Hobel by night forcibly carried away Amabilla his wife, with goods of his, from Droslon to Karmardyn Castle, whence, after nine days, they removed her to the land of Kedewalli, where they still detain her. By pet. of C.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

The like to Robert de Aston, Nicholas de Aston and John de Hampton, on complaint by John de Sapy that certain malefactors broke his houses at Ridmarle Dapetot, co. Worcester, and carried away his goods.

Feb. 22. Westminster.

The like to Richard de Hoghton, John de Horneby the elder, and John de Lancaster, on complaint by Thomas de Lathum that Richard son of Robert de Laghok, and William his . . ., Ralph son of Robert de Laghok, Adam Hondesone of Hale and Hugh his son, and Robert brother of the same Hugh, Robert de Laghok, Adam de Gerstan, Henry de Holand of Hale, William son of Ralph de Hale, Thurstan de Bradelegh, Thomas son of Roger de Hale, Robert son of Thomas de Hale, Thomas son of Adam Hondesone, Henry Morsel of Hale, Nicholas de Smerlegh and Henry his son, Richard le Waynwright and William his son, and Robert brother of the said William, Adam le Barker of Hale, Adam Raynald of Hale, John son of Richard le Carter of Hale, Richard de Wysewall, John de Wysewall, Henry del Dale, John Morsel, William Hank the younger, Adam de Laghok, Robert del Heye, Roger Batmonsone, Richard son of Stephen, Richard Maysay, Thurstan Morsel, Henry del Heye, Henry de Hardeshagh of Hale, John de Forneby, Richard Hank, Robert son of Henry le Mouner, William son of Adam le Roo of Spek, and others, broke his houses at Hale, co. Lancaster, by night, carried away his goods, and assaulted his servants. By p.s.

March 3. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William le Botiller of Wemme, William de Weston and Roger Carles, on complaint by John de Leybourn that William de Wothalle and Thomas his son, Reginald de Croulesmere and William his son, John de Gesnok and Richard, Roger and William his brothers, took away twelve oxen, seven cows and five calves of his, worth 30 marks, at Kenewyk, co. Salop, mowed his corn there and carried it away with other goods. By C.

Feb. 12. Westminster.

The like to Robert Baynard, Simon de Hedersete and John Claver, on complaint by Richard de Holebrok that Benedict de Braham, Margaret his wife, and John his brother, William de Braham, knight, Thomas Lyew, John de Freston and Alice his wife, John Harekyn, Richard de Leyham, John Williamesspenser de Braham, John Williamescok de Braham, Thomas le Hunte, Robert Quyntyn of Sudbury, William de Cleidon and John his brother, John le Marskal, Walter son of John le Fayte, William Lash, Geoffrey Costyn, Robert Gameday, John Bogas, William Beauly, John Beauly, Richard Moltesone the elder, Thomas Hervy, Stephen Hervy, John Moltesone the elder, John Moltesone the younger, Richard Moltesone the younger, William Fletman, Roger Blok, William le Chaloner, William Harney[s] the younger, Nicholas Breaute, Thomas son of Bartholomew de Shaldeford, John de Crikelade, John Broce of Brantham, Robert Wade, Robert de Makwall, Semannus le Wright of Tatyngfen, William Badde, Matthew de Alton, William Basely, Richard de Bery of Holebrok, Alexander de Freston, John Gobyoun, John de Waldyngfel, Norman le Ry, John Goie and John his son, John Argent, William Harneys the elder, John Emmote, John de Peyton, chaplain, Humfrey de Dokesdon, William Rolnessone of Benteleye, Roger de Frynton, John Brid, ‘tailliour,’ William Fraunceys, chaplain, Richard son of Richard de Boylound, Adam Heynes, John Charnel, chaplain, Richard Hilte, Richard Draz, John Cok of Bresete, William Adam of Mistelegh and John his son, and Adam brother of the said John, Robert Notegold. Walter son of Nicholas le Fayte, Alexander Sprot, Geoffrey Louegor, Alan de Tonne, Alexander Gerard, Robert de Podelent’ of Mistelegh, Thomas le Heyward, Richard de Barewe, Reginald de Hadenham, Robert atte Asshe, James de Aldam, William de le Holweye, Adam atte Wode of Someresham, John Pacch, William de Branth[am] of Holebrok, and others, assaulted him at Tatyngston, co. Suffolk, bound him to a tree and cut off his right hand. By C.

Membrane 26d.

Feb. 26. Westminster.

The like to John de Ifeld, John Filiol and Robert de Estden’, on complaint by John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, that certain evildoers hunted and carried away deer from his parks at Worth, Cokefeld and Dychenyng, co. Sussex, and in his free chace at Claris, and hares, rabbits, pheasants and partridges from his free warren at Lewes.

Feb. 28. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter Fitz Waryn, on complaint by Joan Fitz Waryn and William her son that John de Tychebourn, Ingelram Berenger, William Gilberd, William le Puleter, Robert Homedieu, Peter Forstbury, William Stocke, and others, carried away their goods at Crofton, Ablynton and Penle, co. Wilts. By C.

March 1. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Orreton, Robert de Barton and John de Skelton, on complaint by Alexander de Moubray that Walter, abbot of Fountains, brother Nicholas de Crosthwayt and brother John de Wathhendlay, conversi of the same house, William de Skelebek, Roger le Prestessone, Richard le Frereman, Adam de Thornesthwayt, Adam son of Alexander de Crosthwayt, John son of Alexander de Crosthwayt the younger (junior), John son of Alexander the elder (senior), Adam Scot, Thomas Frere, William de Skelebek, ‘fevre,’ William Powessone, Alexander Williamesman the ‘bysshopharpour,’ John Wade, Richard Dybet, Robert son of Richard de Brodholm, and others, mowed his corn at Castelrig, co. Cumberland, and carried it away. By C.

March 3. Westminster.

The like to John de Nevill, Robert Burdet and Hasculph de Whitewell, on complaint by William Trussel that John Murdac, Henry de Benteley, Humphrey de Bassingbourne, Robert de Creek, William de Burgo of Northampton, Walter de Burgo, Stephen le Wheler of Flore, Roger de Ameas, Hugh le Smith of Flore, Henry le Garlecmonger of Northampton, Philip de Kayso, Richard de Stretford of Northampton, Walter de Pateshull, Robert Michel of Flore, Thomas de Weston, Hugh le Noble of Northampton, Richard le Moyne of Brampton, Walter le Smyth of Welford, William Lovet, Nicholas Seliman of Flore, and others, carried away his goods at Flore, co. Northampton. By C.

March 2. Westminster.

The like to John de Bello Campo of Somerset and John de Fosse, on complaint by William de Faucomberge that John de Lorty, John de Say, and others, carried away his goods at Middelton Faucomberge, Lode, Cantokesheved and Whitnyne, co. Somerset. By C.

March 3. Westminster.

The like to John de Nevill, Robert de Daventre and Hasculph de Whitewell, on complaint by William Trussel that John de Sadyngton, John de Haclud, Geoffrey de Skeftyngton, Thomas Martyn of Ernesby, Robert Julian of Ernesby and John his brother, Pretus (sic) Boleye of Petelyng, John Julian of Petelyng, John Loverich of Leicester, John le Marwe of Leicester and Robert his brother, Geoffrey de Kent, John de Norton, Alan Gyssyng of Leicester, William Rough, William le Weynhous and John his son, Richard Loverich of Leicester, William de Gouteby of Leicester, William de Monsale of Whatton, Nicholas de Charneles, Robert de Creek, Thomas le Rous, and others, carried away his goods at Magna Petelyng, Leicester, Flekeney and Thorp by Northburgh, co. Leicester. By C.

March 5. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter le Fitz Waryn, on complaint by Robert de Rokenbergh that Edmund Gascelyn, knight, and others, forcibly imprisoned him at Shildene until he had paid a fine of 10l. to the said Edmund and bound himself by a writing obligatory in the sum of 40l., mowed his corn at Wroxhale, co. Wilts, and carried it away. By C. quia de querela.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to Robert de Asshele and John de Chetyngdon, on complaint by John Blaket that certain malefactors took away forty horses, fifty oxen, sixty bullocks, thirty cows and two hundred swine, worth 100l., at Aston, Ilmer and Adyngton, co. Buckingham, broke his houses there, felled his trees and carried them away, with the timber from the houses, and other goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Robert de Horton and John de Burton, on complaint by John de Wylington that Richard Lovel, Robert de Aston, Richard de Foxcote, Henry de Aston, John de Hampton, James de Broghton, Edmund Gacelyn, William de Emeleye, William Skay of Westonbrit, William Harel, John Colverham, Walter Aleyn, William Aleyn, Alexander de Hattere, Richard Harel, and others, took away twenty horses, sixty oxen, fifty cows and fourteen hundred sheep, worth 300l., at Yate, Frumpton Cotel, Tremerton and Littelton, co. Gloucester, and carried away his goods there. By C. quia de querela.

March 2. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter Fitz Waryn, on complaint by Robert de Ruyton, parson of the church of Duntesbourn, that John de Ippesleye, Richard, parson of the church of Badyngdene, George de Duntesbourn, chaplain, Margaret de Duntesbourn, and others, maliciously burned his houses at Duntesbourn and goods therein. By C. quia de querela.

Membrane 25d.

Feb. 28. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by Roger de Percy that Thomas de Marlebergh, knight, John Conyng’, Robert de Aston, Walter de Cirescester, and others, broke his house at Folk’, co Dorset, and carried away his goods. By C.

Feb. 28. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by the said Roger that John de Tichebourn, John Bode, George de Percy, Robert de Hungerford, Richard de Dauntesaye, William Trotte of Troubrigge, John le Parker, and others, broke his houses at Estchaldefeld, co. Wilts, felled his trees, and carried them away with the timber in the said houses and other goods. By C.

Feb. 18. Westminster.

Commission to Robert de Harleye, John de Hynkeleye and William de Schareshull to examine two inquisitions taken by virtue of commissions from the late king, one directed to John de Cherleton, Roger Corbet of Caux and Robert de Harleye, to survey in the presence of Alan de Cherleton, then constable, the reported defects in the castle of Montgomery, and the other directed to William de Ercalewe and the said Alan and Roger to enquire into whose hands have come the goods late of Hugh de Audeley, and touching the waste and spoil of the woods of the said castle; and to mete out justice on Bugo de Knevill (sic), William de Leybourn, Hugh de Audeley and Philip de Middelton, late constables of the castle, through whose negligence the defects and spoils occurred, as appears by the inquisitions.

March 2. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Stokheye, Robert de Horton and John de Burton, on complaint by Thomas de Harepathe that John Inge, Henry de Walmesford, William de Louthe, Ralph de Louthe, John Everhard, Roland de Vaus, Peter de Fodyngton, and others, took away six horses, eight oxen, six cows and two hundred sheep, worth 40l., at Churlecoumbe in Tynehide, co. Devon, and carried away his goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by John de Wylington that John Everard, Roland de Vaus, Peter de Fodyngton, and others, took away twenty swine, worth 60s., at Womberlegh, Hunshane, Beauforde, Stoke and Rydelcoumbe, co. Devon, felled his trees, and carried them away with other goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by Reginald de Wylyngton that John Inge, Henry de Walmesford, Ralph de Louthe, William de Louthe, and others, imprisoned him at Wakereston, co. Devon, and carried away his goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 5. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Ledes, Thomas Deyvill and Adam de Hoperton, on complaint by William de Alta Ripa of Holbek that William de Shirwode, John Walkere, John de Ilketon, Richard de Tanfeld, William Huberd, Nicholas Huberd, Richard de Wellehous, Alan son of Eda, chaplain, Richard Osteler, William Litster, Richard de Aystenby, John Skayf, William de Thorp, Adam Warner, Laurence de Toppeclif, John de Conyngton, chaplain, William Russel of Hasserlawe, William de Haukeswik, Richolda Huberd, John Godefrey of Ledes, John Godefrey of Ledes, taillour, Nicholas Daneys and Agnes his wife, and others, in the county of York, imprisoned him at Holbek and carried away his goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to Robert de Asshele and John de Chetindon’, on complaint by John de Stretle that Maurice Draghswerd, John le Keu, John de Mereworth, Adam Bydyk, Roger le Taverner of Madenhuth, Richard atte Lude, William le Bayl, Matilda late the wife of William Beausamys of Hadenham, William le Neuman of Wottesdon, William Malle of Cokelinton, Nicholas son of Hugh de Mussenden, Richard Ostage and Edith his wife, Robert Colyn of Wenge, Richard Geffrey of Herdewik and John his brother, John le Somonour of North Mershton, John son of John le Mouner of North Mershton, William Brounyng of Pychetote, John Botte, Adam Botte, Robert le Smith of Pichetote, Robert son of Henry Deneys, Henry Hornet, John Basset of Mentemor, Ralph Stertount, Roger Pen, Simon Pen, Robert atte Ponde, William Scriveyn, John Aldebury, William Hosebonde, Richard le Mayster of Cippenham, and others, broke his houses at Kerselawe, co. Bucks, and took away ten horses, eighteen oxen, six cows, three bullocks, two heifers and sixteen swine, worth 40l., with other goods. By C. quia de querela.

Membrane 24d.

March 2. Westminster.

The like to John Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter Fitz Waryn, on complaint by John Strong, knight, that John de Tichebourn, John de Mere, Walter de Shyreston, Stephen Prowet, Henry de Maners, Roger Milksop of Mere, Roger Phelipes, Roger Plebs, Giles Coleman, Reginald Goos, Robert le Bor, Thomas Thorsteyn, John de Weston, John le Foleye, Ingram atte Mulle, Thomas Cok of Fontel, Thomas Shonne, John le Wase, Robert le Baker, Thomas Whiton, Margaret abbess of Shaftebury, William Grendewell, Geoffrey de Weston, John de Chippenham, and Peter le Heire of Rusteshale, took away twelve horses, twenty-four oxen and two hundred sheep, worth 31l., with other goods, at Heghterbery and Berewyk, co. Wilts. By C.

March 2. Westminster.

The like to John de Donecastr’, Robert de Coigners, John Mauleverer and Thomas de Fencotes, on complaint by Roger Mauduyt that William de Monketon, Laurence de Topclyf, Robert de Sharowe, and others, took away seven horses, worth 100 marks, and other goods at Nune Monketon, co. York. By C.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to Robert de Asshele and John de Chetyngdon, on complaint by John Blaket that certain evildoers broke his houses at Aston, Ilmer and Adyngton, and took away his goods. By C. quia de querela.

Membrane 22d.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter Fitz Waryn, on complaint by John de Wroxhale that Edmund Gacelyn, Richard le Clerk of Cippenham, William le Mount of Hechterdebury, John Gacelyn, John Fuller, chaplain, John de Tichebourn, Philip Carvill of Wroxhale, and others, took away at Wroxhale, co. Wilts, two horses, six mares, two bulls, thirty-six oxen, thirty-two cows, six hundred and fifty sheep and one hundred and twenty swine, worth 200l., broke his houses there, felled his trees, and carried them away with the timber out of the houses and other goods. By C. quia de querela.

On 23 March Geoffrey de Hautevyll and Robert de Hungerford were associated in the foregoing commission.

March 8. Westminster.

The like commission and association, on complaint by the aforesaid John de Wroxhale against the same persons for like trespasses at Wotton, co. Gloucester.

March 8. Westminster.

The like commission to Robert de Stokheye, Robert de Horton and John de Burton, on complaint by John de Wroxhale that John Everard, Roland le Vaus, Nicholas de Combe of Tordham, John de Paulesholt of Taleton, and others, took away twenty horses, thirty oxen and one hundred swine, worth 50l., at Taleton, Garston, Berwe and Ernescoumbe, co. Devon, with other goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to John de Donecastre, Warin de Skargill, Richard de Aldeburgh and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by Bego de Baiocis that John de Malghom, Peter de Martheley, William del Spytel, and others, assaulted, imprisoned and illtreated him at Thornoure, co. York, carried away his goods, and also assaulted his servant, John de Scotton. By C. quia de querela.

March 6. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Baskervill, Robert Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by Richard son of William de Eggedon that Thomas de Wynnesbury, Margaret his wife, and others, carried away his goods at Eggedon, co. Salop. By C. quia de querela.

March 6. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by William de Eggedon that the same malefactors took away a mare worth 20s., and carried away his goods at Eggedon. By C. quia de querela.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by Philip de Cheyne that Ralph le Botiller and John his son, with others, carried away his goods at Lodelawe. By C. quia de querela.

March 10. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by Philip de Cheyne that John de Midelhop, John de Wircestr’, John Scuyer, and others, took away, at Lodelawe, co. Salop, two horses, two mares, eight cows and three bullocks, worth 20l., and carried away his goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by William de Bradeford that Thomas de Jaye, Roger de Holgote of Jaye, Walter de Devan of Jaye, and others, took away one hundred and twenty sheep of his, worth 20l., at Lyntewardyn, co. Salop. By C. quia de querela.

March 6. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by William de Eggedon that Richard de Berley, William Martyn of Berley, John son of Nicholas de Berley, Nicholas son of John Russel of Berley, John son of Thomas de London of Kempton, Roger Meyler of Clunton, William de Pusselowe, Roger de Doune of Clone, William Gam of Clone, Hugh son of David de Clone, William le Stere, Philip Molle, John le Carpenter of Eggedon, John Calle of Eggedon, Roger Gerland of Modelecote, Robert Flathun of Wystanstowe, and others, broke his house at Eggedon, co. Salop, and carried away his goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by Philip de Cheyne that Roger de Neumeyn, Hugh son of Philip de Clonton, Philip son of Philip de Clonton, Philip le Bode of Clonton, Henry Goth of Clonbury, John son of Richard de Doune, Philip Kywe of Doune, William Pouche of Doune, and others, took away four hundred sheep of his, worth 60l., at Oxnebold, co. Salop. By pet. of C. quia de querela.

March 2. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter Fitz Waryn, on complaint by John Strug’, knight, that John de Tychebourne, John de Mere, Walter de Shireston, Stephen Prowet, Henry de Maners, Roger Milksop of Mere, Roger Phelipes, Roger Plebs, Giles Coleman, Reginald Gous, Robert le Bor, Thomas Thorsteyn, John de Weston, John le Foleye, Ingram de atte Mulle (sic), Thomas Cok of Fontel, Thomas Shoune, John le Wase, Robert le Baker, Thomas Whiton, Margaret abbess of Shaftebury, William Grendewell, Geoffrey de Weston, John de Chippenham, Peter le Heyre of Rusteshale, and others, took away twelve horses, twenty-four oxen and two hundred sheep, worth 31l., and other goods, at Heghterbery and Berewyk, co. Wilts. By C. quia de querela.

Membrane 21d.

March 10. Westminster.

Commission to Alexander de Befford and Robert de Somery to hold an inquisition concerning the state of the manor and forest of Feckenham, co. Worcester, the custody of which has been committed by the king to Robert de Haileye, during pleasure. By C.

March 10. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Daventre and John de Boyvill, on complaint by John de Insula that Edmund de Assheby, Richard, parson of the church of Coly Weston, and others, took away eight horses, one bull, eight oxen and three cows, worth 10l., felled his trees, and carried them away with other goods, at Burle, co. Rutland. By C. quia de querela.

The like to the same, on complaint by the same John de Insula that Humphrey de Bassyngbourn, Roger de Whatton, and others, took away eight horses, eight oxen, six cows and two hundred sheep, worth 20l., and other goods, at Wold and Kyslingbury, co. Northampton. By C. quia de querela.

March 10. Westminster.

Commission to Thomas de Berkle, Reginald de Abenhale and Robert de Aston to enquire touching the death of John de Myners, killed at St. Briavells, co. Gloucester. By pet. of C.

March 8. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Baskervill, Robert Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by Philip de Cheyne that William le Cordewaner of Lodelawe, Petronilla Orm, and others, carried away his goods at Lodelawe, co. Salop. By pet. of C. quia de querela.

July 12. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint of Philip Peye that William, abbot of Shrewsbury, William de Nesse, Thomas le Botiler of Felton, Roger del More, parson of the church of Lydum, Thomas de Hopton, Richard de Baggeshore, Richard Sprenghose of Wylverston, and others, took away four oxen and one hundred and sixty sheep, worth 20l., at Loghton under the Clee, Cotes by Ryshbury, Brampton by Atingham, Felton Botiler, Chatewell by Brome, and Bor . . . under the Clee, co. Salop, with other goods. By K. & C. quia de querela.

March 12. Westminster.

The like to Thomas Bardolf, John Claver and Adam de Fyncham, on complaint by Katherine de Foxhols that John de Messingham, Godeleva, late the wife of William de Messingham, Thomas de Messingham, Richard de Risheton, Alan le Mareschal of Crumplesham, and others, assaulted her at Dounham Hyth by Lenne Episcopi, co. Norfolk, and carried away her goods. By p.s.

Membrane 20d.

March 6. Westminster.

The like to Robert Darcy and William de la Launde, on complaint by William de Banham that William le Clerk of Kyme, and others, carried away his goods at Magna Sleford, co. Lincoln. By C. quia de querela.

March 8. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Baskervill, Robert Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by Philip de Cheyne that Roger Inman, John Ingelard, William atte Hull, and others, took from him at Momerfeld, co. Salop, thirteen oxen and a cow, worth 10l. By C. quia de querela.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by Roger de Chenney that Nicholas de Longenolre, abbot of Haghemon, Richard de Brugge, canon of Haghemon, Thomas de Wynnesbury, Alexander de Chavynton, Richard de Dounton, John le Poynour of Wroxcestr’, and Richard de Hampton, barber, imprisoned him at Clone, in the Welsh March, in the late king’s reign, until he made a fine of 40 marks. By C. quia de querela.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to Philip de la Beche, John Lovedai and Richard de Walden, on complaint by Alice, late the wife of Warin de Insula, that John de Brompton, Richard le Clet’, Stephen le Botiller, Robert de Leukenore, knight, William de Ruscle, and others, broke her houses at Chilton, Draicote and Lydeyerd, co. Wilts, felled her trees there, and carried them away with other her goods.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter Fitz Waryn, on complaint by Richard de la Rivere that William Aylmer, parson of the church of Dadynton, William Aylmer, parson of the church of Bradewell, Richard Aylmer, John le Mareschal, Peter de la Rokel, John le Fower, Roger Wateres, John atte Penne, Richard Scanford, and others, carried away his goods at Heghworth, Hampton and Westthorp, co. Wilts. By C. quia de querela.

March 6. Westminster.

The like to Robert de Bardelby, Roger Bavent and William de Northho, on complaint by Peter de Lincoln of Whiteby, merchant, that William de Newyk, William son of William de Hirste, Henry Poleyn, Robert Sheyn, Thomas Child, and others, plundered his ship la Saynte Mariebote, laden with wines, armour, victuals and other merchandise, which was driven on the coast of Manwode, co. Sussex, while on a voyage from Bordeaux to Whiteby. By p.s.

March 10. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter le Fitz Waryn, on complaint by Walter William of Buston that Edmund Gacelyn, knight, Richard le Clerk of Chippenham, and others, broke his houses at Buston, co. Wilts, and carried away his goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 23. Westminster.

Association of Geoffrey de Hautevill and Robert de Hungerford in the above commission.

March 8. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Andrew de Metstede, William de Northho and William de Ponte Roberti, on complaint by Nicholas de la Beche that Andrew Maufe, Laurence Maufe, and others, broke his houses at Chidynglegh, co. Sussex, felled his trees, mowed his corn, fished his ponds, and carried away the fish, timber of the houses, trees, corn and other goods.

Membrane 19d.

March 2. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter Fiz Waryn, on complaint by Robert de Ruyton, parson of the church of Duntesbourn, that Stephen Dunheved, Simon de Eycote, Robert Oliver, Richard de Foxcote, Thomas de Foxcote, John le Marescal, Roger Somer of Cirencestr’, Walter de Anneford, John le Carter, James de Broghton, and others, took away five horses, six oxen, two cows, a hundred sheep and fifty-two swine of his, worth 40l., at Duntesbourn, co. Gloucester, felled his trees there, and carried them away with other goods. By C. quia de querela.

March 2. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by the same Robert that Richard de Foxcote and others imprisoned him at Gloucester, and kept him there until he had paid a fine of 20l. to the said Richard. By C. quia etc.

March 2. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by the same Robert that Nicholas Selyman, Richard le Clerk, of Chippenham, John le Fuller, of Chippenham, chaplain, and others, imprisoned him at Crudwell, co. Wilts, until he had paid a fine of 100s. to the said Nicholas. By C. quia etc.

March 6. Westminster.

The like to John Moriz, John de Morteyn and Ralph fitz Richard, on complaints of unlawful taking of prises by officers of the royal household, in the counties of Bedford and Buckingham. By C.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter fitz Waryn, on complaint by John de Wroxhale that Robert de Aston, Walter de Circestr’, and others, took ten horses, ten oxen and eighty swine of his, worth 24l., at North Maplerton, co. Dorset, felled his trees growing there, and carried them away with other goods. By C. quia etc.

March 6. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Baskervill, Robert Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by William de Eggedon that Richard de Hatton and Margaret, his wife, John de Wyrcestr’, John le Esquier, and others, carried away his goods at Ludelowe, co. Salop. By C. quia etc.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to John de Doncastre, Warin de Skargill, Richard de Aldeburgh and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by Bego de Baiocis that Nicholas Attetounende, of Shireburn, Walter de Shireburn, vicar of the church of Wistowe, William, parson of the church of Wessington, and Matthew his brother, Joyce ‘thabbottessquier of Seleby,’ and others, carried away his goods at Shireburn, co. York. By K. & C.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to John de Doncastre, Adam de Hoperton and Thomas Devill, on complaint by William de Wode that Ralph del Hostel, John le Mouner, John Hundwayn, and others, assaulted him at Kirkestal, co. York, and took from him a horse, worth 40l., and other goods. By K. & C.

March 6. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Tyringham, Roger le Mareschal and Thomas de Stodleye, on complaint by Richard de Cave that Maurice Dragheswerd, John de Toucestr’, John de Keu, Richard Lude, John de Mereworth, Peter Baly, Adam Andike, Roger Taverner, Roger Poncie, William Norman, of Wodesdon, Nicholas son of Hugh de Mesinden, Richard Maistre, of Shippenham, John Bot, Adam Bot, and others, carried away his goods at Bedeford and Bedenham, co. Bedford. By C. quia etc.

March 10. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Hegham and Thomas de Faversham, on complaint by Roger de Langedon that Adam de Langedon, Stephen de Ho, of Canterbury, Richard Tailliour, of Faversham, Thomas Homan, Robert Goldsmyth, Daniel de Burgham, and others, broke his houses at Faversham, co. Kent, and took away six horses, five bullocks, ten cows, a hundred sheep and sixty swine, worth 60l., and other goods. By C. quia etc.

March 10. Westminster.

Commission to Henry le Guldene, William de Whitefeld and John de Vere to enquire touching the death of Adam de Draycote, late constable of the castle of the bishop of Winchester at Taunton.

March 10. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Chetyndon and Robert de Asshele, on complaint by Roger de Cave that Walter le Gardyner and Robert, his brother, Simon Harlewyn, of Chechele, Thomas Harlewyn, Walter Harlewyn, Roger Golde, William le Warde, of Aillesbury, and John Webb, of Chechele, broke his houses at Chechele, co. Buckingham, imprisoned and maltreated him, and carried away the timber from his houses and other goods. By C. quia etc.

March 10. Westminster.

Commission to John Darcy ‘del Park,’ Roger de Neumarche and John de Cresholm, the younger, de walliis et fossatis, in the island of Haxiholm, co. Lincoln.

Membrane 17d.

March 6. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Baskervill, Robert Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by William de Eggedon that Richard de Hatton and his wife, John de Wyrcestr’, John le Esquyer, and others, carried away his goods at Lodelowe, co. Salop. By pet. of C. quia etc.

March 10. Westminster.

The like to Philip de la Beche, Richard de Waldene and John Loveday, on complaint by Peter, parson of the church of Burghfeld, that Robert de Brumle, John Raynald, of Shefeld, and William le Tailliour, of Burghfeld, broke his closes at Burghfeld, co. Berks, and felled and carried away his trees growing there. By C. quia etc.

March 10. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Baskervill, Robert Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by Roger de Chenney and Margery, his wife, that William de Muriden, William de Nesse, of Shrewsbury, Roger de Doune, of Clone, Thomas le Corour, of Clone, William Heyns, of Clone, William Gam, of Clone, Hugh de Passelowe and John his brother and William Banastre imprisoned the said Margery at Clone, in the marches of Wales, in the time of the late king, and detained her in prison until her husband paid a fine of 120 marks for her release. By K. & C. quia etc.

March 11. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by John de Stratefeld that Nicholas Devoroys, John de Felton, and others, carried away his goods at Sutton by Cheylemersh, co. Salop. By pet. of C. de querela.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to Philip de la Beche, John Loveday and Richard de Walden, on complaint by Alice late the wife of Warin de Insula, that John de Broumpton, Richard le Clet, Stephen le Botill’, Robert de Leukenore, knight, William de Rustele, and others, broke her houses at Kyngeston and Ordewell, co. Berks, felled the trees growing there, and carried them away with other goods.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Baskervill, Robert Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by Roger de Houberdene, parson of the church of Clungunford, that Hugh son of David de Cloune, and others, carried away his goods at Clungunford, co. Salop. By C. quia etc.

March 10. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by Philip Mynteyn, of Eggedon, that Thomas de Wynnesbury, Margaret, his wife, and others, carried away his goods at Eggedon, co. Salop. By C. quia etc.

March 13. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by Roger de Hauberdene, parson of the church of Clunguneford, that John de Coventr’, parson of the church of Ruton, and others, carried away his goods at Clunguneford and Assheford, co. Salop. By C. quia etc.

March 14. Westminster.

The like to John de Scure, Ralph de Bereford and Robert de Hungerford, on complaint by William de Werdore, underkeeper of the manor and forest of Clarendon, that, on his going lately by command of John Chidiok, keeper of the said manor and forest, to the city of Salisbury to receive some amercements imposed upon certain men of that city for trespasses within the said forest, he was violently assaulted and maltreated. By K. & C.

March 13. Westminster.

The like to Robert de Malberthorp, Robert Darcy and William Disny, on complaint by Philip de Nevill that John de Segrave, of Dunstall, and others, broke his close at Magna Coryngham, co. Lincoln, carried away his goods, and maltreated his servants.

March 10. Westminster.

The like to John de Donecastre, Robert de Scordeburgh and Adam de Hoperton, on complaint by John de la Mare that Edmund Gascelyn, knight, and others, imprisoned and maltreated him at York. By C. quia etc.

March 12. Westminster.

The like to Robert Tok’ and Ralph de Munjoye, on complaint by John de Beek that Roaldus de Richemond, Henry le Wright, of Derby, clerk, Hugh Lightred, Roger de Flete, Thomas de Dunstaple, and others, carried away his goods at Derby. By C. quia etc.

March 23. Westminster.

The like to John de Peyto, William de Bradewelle and William de Sareshull, on complaint by Nicholas de Aston of trespasses within his closes at Pupplinton and Clifton, co. Worcester. By C. quia etc.

March 23. Westminster.

The like to John de Donecastre, Warin de Skargill, Robert Russell and Edmund le Botiller, on complaint by Robert de Dounedale that William Gramary, knight, and Thomas his brother, Henry Caily and John his brother, John de Rouclyf, William Fairfax, Richard Ketel and Thomas his brother, Robert son of William son of Henry de Sighlesden, and Richard his brother, William de Castelay, of Ottelay, John de Wyryng, and others, carried away his goods at Skipton, co. York. By C. quia etc.

Membrane 16d.

March 13. Westminster.

The like to John de Fytton, John de Steynton, John de Sancto Omero and John de Tylneye, of Wygenhale, on complaints by men of the parts of Mershland, co. Norfolk, that the collectors of fines and other contributions levied from the inhabitants of the parts in question have not accounted for part of the same.

March 23. Westminster.

Writ of aid for Francis Grandon, Henry Fauconer and Byndus Maskle, appointed to arrest, wherever met with, Ralph Roskyn, Adam Coger, William Bruer, and other mariners, lately with Peter Bernard, of Pynchol, king’s serjeant-at-arms, when sent by the king, in his ship called the St. Edward, to Aquitaine, on his service, and to seize into the king’s hands the wool, goods and merchandise of the society of the Bardi of Florence, which the said Ralph, Adam, William, and others, then forcibly took from a ship of Flanders on the seas during the truce between the late king and the men of Flanders. By C.

March 23. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Baskervill, Robert Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by William del Hay of the carrying away of three horses, eight oxen and three cows of his, worth 10l., and other goods, at Luttelheye, co. Salop. By K. & C. quia etc.

March 23. Westminster.

The like to John de Anesley, Elias de Godele and Peter fitz Waryn, on complaint by Richard Danesey that John de Ticheburn, John de Gryndenham, William le Poleter, William Brightriche, Richard Daunteseye, William Trot, William Wither, Robert atte Hide and Beatrice his wife, John Gunyldesone, Robert de Brodecombe, Walter de Shurreneton, John le Wollemonger, Robert le Littel, Walter Wilcok, Richard le Touker, Roger Cole, William le Rat, John le Fox, John Gowyne, John Durant, John Colleswayn, Roger de Upton, John Meriot, Walter Purchas, Richard le Carter, Richard le Milleward, Thomas de Bys, Hugh le Fraunkeleyn, John Michel, Richard atte Funde, and others, carried away his goods at Dulton and Bratton, co. Wilts. By C. quia etc.

March 13. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John Bever, William de Shareshull and Thomas de Louthe, on complaint by Richard de Louches that John de Brumpton, Stephen le Boteller, Nicholas de Pubblesbury, Robert de Craunford, John Bard, of Cotesford, and others, carried away his goods at Chiselhampton, Baldindon St. Laurence, Whatele and Milton, co. Oxford. By C. quia etc.

March 12. Westminster.

The like to William de Herle, John de Denum, Richard de Wylughby and John de Treampton, on a petition to the king and council complaining of extortions, oppressions and other misdemeanors in the counties of Nottingham, Derby and York, by William de Aune, late constable of the castle of Tykhull. By pet. of C.

Membrane 14d.

March 12. Westminster.

The like to Adam de Brome, Richard de Abberbury, William de Shareshull and John Loveday, on complaint by the abbot of Eynesham and brother Nicholas de Stanlake, of the same abbey, that Thomas le Gay and John his son, Ralph le Parker of Wodestok’, Ralph Lyle, Thomas Cope, William Brid, William Robyn, John Otbright, and others, assaulted the said Nicholas at Hampton Pule, co. Oxford, and maltreated him.

The like to the same, on like complaint by Robert le Mareschal.

March 8. Westminster.

Commission to Master Laurence Fastolf, Roger de Gildesburgh and Roger de Luda to supervise the state of the abbey of St. Albans, and to inquire by whose negligence and in what manner the existing defects in the said abbey and dissipation of its revenues were brought about. By pet. of C.

March 13. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William fitz William, Richard de Wylughby and Robert Russel touching the death of William de Roderham, killed at Warsop, co. Nottingham. By C.

March 13. Westminster.

The like to John Bever, William de Shareshull and Thomas de Louthe, on complaint by Ellen late the wife of Richard de Louches, John son of Richard de Louches, and Andrew de Louches, executors of Richard de Louches, that John de Broumpton, Stephen le Botiller, Nicholas de Pubblesbury, Robert de Craunford, John Bard, of Cotesford, and others, carried away twenty horses, sixty oxen, fifty cows, two hundred sheep and eighty swine, worth 200l., and other goods of the said Richard, at Chiselhampton, Baldyngton St. Laurence, Whatele and Milton, co. Oxford. By C. quia etc.

March 23. Westminster.

The like to William de Kyme, Robert de Perepoint, Alan Talbot, Hugh de Prestwold and Richard de Wylughby, on complaint by the prior of the hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England that certain offenders and disturbers of the peace entered his manors at la Bruere and Rouston, broke the doors and windows and carried away the timber, lead and stones therefrom, with other goods. By pet. of C.

April 12. Peterborough.

Association of Lambert de Trykyngham and William de Farford in the foregoing commission.

March 22. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John le Mirie, Thomas Golaffre and William de Shareshull, on complaint by the abbot of Bruerne that Peter de la Rokele and James his son, with others, carried away two horses, two cows and three hundred and seventeen sheep of his, worth 41l. 3s., and other goods at Sambrok, Tengle, Chirchehull and Holewell, co. Oxford.

Membrane 12d.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to Walter de Friskeneye, Robert de Malberthorp and Henry de Fenton, on complaint by Simon de Hereford, of West Rasen, that Richard de Seleby, John de Gaskerike, Reginald de Donyngton, knight, Roger Brice, of Messyngham, Thomas Campion, of Ouresby, Nicholas de Port, of Est Rasen, William Cartwright, of Middel Rasen, the elder, William Page, of Kingardby, John de Bradford, Hugh le Serjant, of Kyngardeby, John de Amewell, parson of the church of West Rasen, Denys de Oscotby, and others, at West Rasen, co. Lincoln, carried away ten horses and five oxen of his, worth 20 marks, cut his corn there and carried it away, with other goods. By p.s.

March 4. Westminster.

The like to John de Annesle, Elias de Godele and Peter fitz Waryn, on complaint by Richard de la Ryvere that Alice late the wife of Edward Burnel, William de Ercalue, Adam de Wodeford, Thomas le Gogge, Thomas le Cok, Richard le Panyter, Roger le Baker, William Crasset, Gilbert Scot, John Chestershire, John le Smyth, of Compton, Richard Crabbe, and others, felled and carried away his trees at Wyk Fokeram, co. Somerset, to the value of 100l., and assaulted his servants. By C. quia etc.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to Andrew de Metsted, William de Northo and William de Ponte Roberti, on complaint by Nicholas de la Beche that Master Andrew Maufe, Laurence Maufe, and others, at Chidynglegh, co. Sussex, broke his houses, felled his trees, mowed his crops, fished his ponds, and carried away the timber from his houses, the fish, crops and trees, and other goods.

March 13. Westminster.

The like to Robert Selyman, John Loveday and John Mere, on complaint by Eleanor late the wife of Thomas Mauduyt, that John de Tychebourn, knight, John de Gryndynham, Robert Mauduyt and Isabella his wife, and others, carried away a bull, eighteen oxen, a hundred and sixty sheep, a hundred and sixty lambs and eighteen swine, worth 100l., and other goods, at Warminster and Westbury, co. Wilts. By C. quia etc.

March 13. Westminster.

The like 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 del Bank, Robert son of Richard le Reve, and Henry his brother, and others, broke by night the sluices of his mill at Ravenesmesles, co. Lancaster, and his pond there, and cut the timber of the sluices into small pieces, so that he lost the profit of his mill for a long time and the fish that were in the pond, for lack of water, and suffered other losses. By p.s.

March 12. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Baskervill, Robert de Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by Philip Peye that William abbot of Shrewsbury, William de Nesse, Thomas le Botiller, of Felton, Roger del More, parson of the church of Lydum, Thomas de Hepton, Richard de Baggeshore, Richard Sprenghose, Sibil late the wife of Thomas de Monte Gomeri, Henry le Baillif, Thomas del Lee, Walter le Carter del More, William de Eton, Henry Makelyn, and others, carried away eight oxen, eight cows and two hundred sheep, worth 40l., and other goods, at Lughton under the Clee, Lydum, Cotes by Rishbury, Brampton by Atyngham, Felton Botiller, Chatewall by Brome, and Boruarton under the Clee, co. Salop. By K. & C. quia etc.

March 7. Westminster.

The like to John de Donecastr’, Warin de Skargill, Thomas Deyvill and Edmund le Botiller, on complaint by Hugh de Eland that William de Aune, knight, William de Uston, William de Retford, Robert de Helesay, John de Walesby, Richard de Wodehalle and Robert his brother, William Frauncfer, of Whitelagh, Thomas son of Thomas de Sandall, and others, at Wodesetes, co. York, carried away four horses, a bull, sixteen oxen, twelve cows, eighty sheep and six swine of his, worth 60l., mowed his grass, cut his crops, and carried away the said grass and crops and other goods. By K. & C.

March 7. Westminster.

The like to the same, on complaint by Thomas de Kent, of Donecaster, that William de Aune, knight, Richard of the Wodehalle and Robert his brother, William de Saperton, of Roderham, John de Marples, the elder, Richard de Tyneslowe, John de Tours, Adam son of Henry de Athewyk, Henry de Athewyk, William de Ripers, of Wadeword, Roger Rose, Henry Payly, Roger of the Milne, Henry le Keu, of Hodesak, Robert Matheu, of Donecastr’, Thomas son of Nigel, Richard Hert, and others, carried away his goods at Donecaster, Athewyk, Arkesey, and the town of St. Oswald, co. York. By K. & C.

March 12. Westminster.

The like to Robert Baynard, William de Gosefeld and John de Cantebrugg, on complaint by Robert de Walkefare of the carrying away of six horses, twelve oxen, thirty cows and thirty swine of his, worth 100l., and other goods, at Farnham by Storteford, co. Essex. By K. & C. quia etc.

The like to the same, on complaint by the same Robert of a like trespass, with taking of 100l. in money, at Iselham, co. Cambridge. By the same.

The like to the same, on complaint by the same Robert of the carrying away of twelve horses, twenty oxen, sixty cows and five hundred sheep of his, worth 100l., and goods to the same value, and the same amount in money, at Ryburgh, co. Norfolk. By the same.

March 13. Westminster.

The like to John Bever and others, on complaint by Ellen, late the wife of Richard de Louches, and others.

[Already entered on Membrane 14d.]

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March 12. Westminster.

The like to John de Donecastr’, Warin de Scargill, Robert Russel and Edmund le Botiller, on complaint by John de Ledes, of Pontefract, that William de Aune, late constable of the castle of Tikhill, Master Adam de Pikering, and William his brother, Roger Rose, of Blithe, Henry le Coke, of Blithe, and others, carried away his goods at Pontefract, co. York. By K. & C. quia etc.

March 13. Westminster.

The like to John Bever, William de Shareshull and Thomas de Louthe, on complaint by John son of Richard de Louches, that John de Brumpton, Stephen le Botiller, Nicholas de Pubblesbury, Robert de Craunford, John Bard, of Cotesford, and others, carried away his goods at Chiselhampton, Baldyngton St. Laurence, Whatele and Milton, co. Oxford. By C. quia etc.

March 12. Westminster.

The like to John de Anesle and William de Sharshull, on complaint by Nicholas de Clare that John Giffard, of Lekhampton, William Greyndor, and others, entered his manor of Perthir, co. Hereford, and carried away three horses, twenty-eight oxen, eight cows, a hundred sheep, a hundred and twenty lambs and twenty-two swine, and other goods. By K. & C. quia etc.

March 30. Westminster.

The like to Ralph Basset, of Weldon, and Hugh de Haverbergh, on complaint by Geoffrey Alred, of Dyngle, that Richard son of Hugh Lord, of Dyngle, Robert Est, and others, carried away a horse of his, worth 100s., and other goods at Dyngle, co. Northampton. By C. quia etc.

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March 24. Westminster.

The like to Ralph de Stanlowe, Thomas de Radeclyve and Roger Hillary, on complaint by Thomas de Blaston that John de Holt and Margaret his wife, Hugh de Notingham and Juliana his wife, Peter de Notyngham, Robert Wake, John de Ware and Roger his son, John Herierd, of Holt, and others, broke his close at Blaston, co. Leicester, felled his trees there and carried them away, with other goods. By fine of 1 mark.

April 20.

Association of Richard de Wylughby in the above commission.

May 5.

The like of Richard de Eggebaston and Hugh de Haverbergh.

March 24. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Hugh de Courteney, Henry Spygernel, John de Clyvedon and John de Annesle, on complaint by John de Godelee, dean of the church of St. Andrew, Wells, that Adam abbot of Glastonbury, John de Plympstoke and William le Bret, brethren of the same abbey, John de Fosse, John atte Weye, John le Wolf, William de Seles, George de Loundres, Geoffrey atte Castel, John de Hembury, Thomas de la Haye, Thomas de Brente, John de Bere, John de Malmesbury, John Palefreyman, Geoffrey atte Rigge, John le Hopere, Robert le Vissh, Robert Person, Walter Purchaz, Henry de Brente, Adam Page, Geoffrey de Putteneye, Richard le Blacker, William Torry, John de Hereford, Thomas atte Cleye, John atte Cleye, and others, entered his manor of Modeslee, co. Somerset, broke some of his houses there, burnt the timber thereof, and also his broom, rushes, heath and grass growing there, took away six mares, six foals, six cows, ten bullocks and forty swine of his, worth 20l., felled and carried away his trees there, besieged some of his servants in the houses of the said manor for a time, and assaulted others. By K.

March 28. Westminster.

Association of J. de Stonore and William de Shareshull in the above commission.

March 24. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Thomas Wake, of Lydel, Lambert de Trykyngham and William de la Launde, on complaint by Peter Breton that John de Kyrketon, knight, William de Hamby, knight, George de Meriet, knight, Alexander de Cobeldyk, knight, Thomas de Wylughby, of Askeby, Robert atte Gote, Henry son of Henry de Lekebourn, John de Cokeryngton, John Wace, Walter Moriz, Ralph de Alford, Thomas de Acthorp, Ralph son of Margaret de Toutheby, William de Braytoft, Nicholas de Hardeshull, John de Wythum, of Kirketon, and Alan his brother, John le Warner, of Kirketon, Adam Joneschaumberleyn de Kirketon, John de Kastethorp, Simon atte Bek, of Askeby, and others, broke his close at Panton, co. Lincoln, carried away his goods there, and assaulted his servants. By fine of 1 mark.

April 10.

Association of William de Kyme and John de Hardreshull in the above commission.

March 24. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Lucy, Robert du Val and Roger Hillary, on complaint by Philip de Hambury, parson of the church of Snytenefeld, of the carrying away of his goods, and an assault upon his servants. By p.s.

April 3. Huntingdon.

Association of J. de Hastang and J. de Pecche in the above commission.

March 24. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Baskervill, Robert Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by Alan de Glaseleye that Roger Carles, John Henries, of Cardicon, Richard de Vippount, of Cardicon, John Reymound, of Cardicon, and others, carried away his goods at Glaseleye, Esthope and Hopton, co. Salop. By C. quia etc.

March 30. Westminster.

Commission to Thomas de Hindryngham, William de la Beche and Peter de Welles to recover for Alice de Insula all the goods of Warin de Insula, her late husband, and Henry Tyeys, her brother, in the county of Norfolk, which have not yet been delivered to her by those into whose hands they have passed, not withstanding the grant thereof made to the said Alice by the king.

The like to Roger de Ailesbury, Robert de Daventre and Richard Lovel in the county of Leicester.

The like to William de Seymore, Robert de Daventre and Richard Lovel in the county of Northampton.

The like to John de Stonore, Philip de la Beche and Richard de Walden in the manors of Kyngton, late of the said Warin, and of Chilton, late of the said Henry, in the counties of Wilts, Oxford and Berks.

March 26. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Stonore, Henry le Gulden, John Travaignon and John de Fosse, on complaint by Nicholas de Wedergrave that Reginald de Botreaux, John Basset, Thomas de Maperton, Richard le Wariner, of Cumpton Durevill, John Dauny, and others, broke his houses at Temple Cumbe, Hydon, Willyton, Preston, Godeleye, Selner, Parva Lepen, Cumpton Durevill, Walton, Wollavyngton, Puryton, Maperton, Clutton and Est Cheleworth, co. Sussex, carried away three horses, five mares, nine colts, a bull, seventy-four oxen, twenty cows, twenty-five bullocks, thirty-three calves, six hundred and seventy sheep, a boar, twenty-two swine, five sows with their thirty-three little pigs, worth 40/., and other goods, and three charters, ten writings obligatory, sixty-six acquittances and other muniments. By fine of 20s.

March 28. Westminster.

The like to Roger de Hegham, Thomas de Faversham and William de Cotes, on complaint by Roger de Northwode, of Shepeye, that Simon de Knottyngle, John Botoun, Henry Wrenk, and others, at Syddyngbourn, co. Kent, imprisoned and maltreated him, and carried away two cows and three swine, worth 50s., and other goods. By C. quia etc.

March 28. Westminster.

The like to John de Bello Campo, of Somersete, John de Stonore, John Inge and William de Shareshull, on complaint by Adam abbot of Glastonbury, that John de Godele, dean of the church of St. Andrew, Wells, Walter de Farendon, John Gyllyng’, Nicholas Gillyng’, John Russel, William de Modesle, John le Foghel, the younger, Walter atte Wode, Robert le Bau, William le Bau, Nicholas atte Welle, John Hughes, Walter atte Chapele, John Brounyng’, Richard Joye, William Boterel, Martin Gibbes, Richard Wylemet, Hugh le Revesone, and others, broke his houses at Mere, co. Somerset, carried away twelve horses, sixty oxen, fifty cows, a hundred bullocks and a hundred swine of his, worth 200l., felled his trees there, and carried them away. By fine of 1 mark.

March 8. Westminster.

Commission of the peace to Antony de Lucy and Richard de Denton for the county of Cumberland, in accordance with the Act [1 Edward III. statute 2, cap. 16]: By K. & C.

The like to Ralph Bulmere, John de Fauconberge and Thomas de Laton for the North Riding of Yorkshire.

„ to William de Swenge and Roger de Somervill for the East Riding of the same.

„ to John Mauleverer and John de Rithre for the West Riding of the same.

The like to Roger de Brunolvesheved and Richard de Blenkensop for the county of Westmoreland.

„ to Michael de Haveryngton and Richard de Hoghton for the county of Lancaster.

„ to Hugh de Meynill and Roger Deyncourt for the county of Derby.

„ to Richard de Grey and Ralph de Crophull for the county of Nottingham.

„ to Thomas de Pipe and Philip de Somervill for the county of Stafford. (Vacated.)

„ to William le Botiller, of Wemme, and William de Erkalewe for the county of Salop.

„ to Thomas de Berkeleye and William de Wanton for the county of Gloucester.

„ to William de Burmyngham and John Murdak for the county of Warwick.

„ to John de Boyvill and William de Stanton for the county of Leicester.

„ to William de Kyme, Geoffrey de la Mare and Richard de Ros, of Tyd, for Kesteven in Holand, in the county of Lincoln.

„ to Robert Darcy and Henry Illary for Lyndesay, in the same county.

„ to Thomas Bardolf, Robert Baynard and Constantine de Mortymer in the county of Norfolk.

„ to John de Whelnetham and John de Tendryng in the county of Suffolk.

„ to Richard Plaiz and William le Busteler for the county of Cambridge.

„ to William Moigne and John de Waldeshef for the county of of Huntingdon.

„ to John de Enefeld, John de Bloxham and Richard de Pountz for the county of Middlesex.

June 24. York.

„ to Geoffrey de Colvyll, John de Staynton and Thomas Sorel, or two of them, for the hundred of Wisbech, co. Cambridge.

July 14. Northallerton.

„ to Ralph Basset, of Welledon, John de Verdon, Simon de Drayton and William de Raundes for the counties of Northampton and Rutland.

„ to Roger de Beauchamp, John Morice and Richard son of Ralph for the county of Bedford.

„ to Robert son of Neal, Malculm Chastilon and John de la Penne for the county of Buckingham.

„ to Drew de Barentyn, Richard de Abberbury and John de Whitefeld for the county of Oxford.

„ to Robert Dachard and Thomas de Coudray for the county of Berks.

„ to Bartholomew de Burghersh and John de Ifeld for the county of Kent.

„ to Thomas de Veer, Robert son of Walter, and Robert de Rocheford for the county of Essex.

„ to Robert de Kendale, Hugh son of Simon, and John de Blomvill for the county of Hertford.

„ to John Dabernon le fitz and Andrew de Medestede for the county of Surrey.

„ to Robert de Echingham and Edward de Sancto Johanne for the county of Sussex.

„ to John de Sancto Johanne, John de Tycheburn and John de Warblinton for the county of Southampton.

The like to John de Insula and John de la Hoose for the Isle of Wight.

„ to Reginald de Pavely and Robert Seliman for the county of Wilts.

June 14. York.

„ to Robert son of Payn, John Wake and John Peverelthorp for the county of Dorset.

„ to John de Beauchamp, of Somerset, and Hugh Pointz for the county of Somerset.

„ to Hugh de Curteneye, John de Dynham and Henry de la Pomereye for the county of Devon.

„ to William de Botereux, Otro de Bodrigan and William de Carminou for the county of Cornwall.

„ to Peter de Grandisono, Roger Chaundos and Richard Talebot, of Richard’s Castle, for the county of Hereford.

„ to William Corbet, Clement de Donclent and Robert de Frogmarton for the county of Worcester.

April 28. Nottingham.

„ to Philip de Somervill and Ralph le Botiller for the county of Stafford.

May 28. York.

„ to Thomas Deyvill and Robert de Bosevill for the honor of Pontefract, co. York.

June 2. York.

„ to John de Haveryngton, Thomas de Lathum, Richard de Hoghton and Edmund de Nevill for the county of Lancaster.

June 8. York.

„ to Walter Gacelyn, Henry de Pentelowe and William de Spersholt for the county of Berks.

March 24. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Simon Chaumberleyn, William le Moigne and John de la Gotere, on complaint by John de Ros and Margaret his wife that certain malefactors took and imprisoned the said Margaret at Sutton in Holand, co. Lincoln, until a fine of 100 marks was paid for her deliverance.

Membrane 8d.

March 24. Westminster.

Commission to Thomas earl of Norfolk, marshal of England, and Edmund earl of Kent, the king’s uncle, to supervise the proceedings of the commissioners of the peace for the county of Suffolk. By K. & C.

March 29. Westminster.

The like to John de Warenna, earl of Surrey and Sussex, for the county of Oxford. By K. & C.

March 13. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Robert de Malle, John Pocock and Thomas Rose, on complaint by John le Mareschal that Rees Du, Peter le Cnoyl, Richard le Cnoyl, Hugh le Squyer, William le Cnoyl, Robert le Cnoyl, Robert Dunnyng, Walter Madok, Reginald de Somerton, John Harold, of Sweynese, shipman, the younger, and others, imprisoned and maltreated him at Sweynese, in the marches of Wales, within the liberty of Alina late the wife of John de Moubray, of Gower, carried away his goods there, and at another time imprisoned and maltreated him at Oystremuth, in the same liberty. By pet. of C. quia etc.

March 10. Westminster.

The like to Simon Chaumberleyn, William le Moigne and John de la Gotere, on complaint by John de Ros that certain malefactors at Sutton in Holand, co. Lincoln, carried away his goods to the value of 100 marks, assaulted his men and servants, and illtreated them. By K. & C.

April 7. Ramsey.

The like to John de Donecastre, Adam de Hoperton and Thomas Deyvill, on complaint by Thomas de Nevyll that Simon le Ward, knight, and John his brother, Henry prior of St. Oswald of Nostle, and others, took from him at Burghbrigge, co. York, five horses worth 40l., and other goods, with 20l. in money, at Bramham, in the same county. By C. quia etc.

Membrane 7d.

April 12. Peterborough.

The like to Baldwin de Insula, Simon de Brunne, Matthew de Bassyngbourn and Nicholas de Cantebrigge, on complaint by the prior of Ely that Hamo Baycok, of Ereswell, Robert Scort’, of Wangford, Andrew atte Brok of Wyrlyngworth, John Baycok, of Ereswell, Adam Aleyn, John Pachard, Matthew le Couherd, Stephen Dance, Robert de Ereswell, Andrew Roberdesprest, of Ereswell, and others, maliciously burnt the turves lately dug by his servants in his marsh at Lagyngeheth, co. Suffolk. By fine of 20s.

April 13. Peterborough.

The like to John de Annesle, Robert de Hungerford and Robert Aston, on complaint by John son of John de la Mare, that Edmund Gacelyn, Richard le Clerk, of Chippenham, and others, broke his houses at Langele Borel, co. Wilts, and carried away his goods. By C. quia etc.

Membrane 6d.

April 8. Peterborough.

The like to John de Heselarton, Thomas de Burton, Robert de Scorburgh and Adam de Hoperton, on complaint by William de Bollesovre that Adam Filleul, Richard Doune, William Campion, ‘bercher,’ William Daunethorp, the elder, and others, assaulted and wounded him at Hothum, co. York.

Membrane 5d.

April 8. Peterborough.

The like to Roger Hillary, William de Sareshull and Robert de Hampton, on complaint by William de Stafford, the elder, that Thomas de Furnyval, the younger, and others, assaulted him at Alveton, co. Stafford, and carried away his goods. By C. quia etc.

April 10. Peterborough.

Further commission to John de Tycheburn, Ralph de Bereford and Robert de Thornecombe, lately appointed on complaint by Baldwin Damarc, burgess and merchant of the town of Lescluse, in Flanders, that twenty tuns of woad (waide) and six hundred stone of woad (petras walde) sent by him in a ship of Jacominus Ancre Daxceles from the port of Swyne, in Flanders, to this country, was forcibly taken out of the ship at the Isle of Wight, to recover for the said Baldwin the value of twelve tuns of the woad, the portion of the cargo not yet made good, which they have already found by inquisition to have come to the hands of Richard Cockel, of Portsmuth, John de Keynesham, Roger le Teseler and Richard le Ro, yeoman of John de Keynesham. By K. & C.

April 16. Peterborough.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Roger de Baskervill, Robert le Sturmy and William de Weston, on complaint by John de Bromdon that William de Nesse, of Shrewsbury, John Dun, of Clune, and others, took from him at Bromdon and Lowe, co. Salop, thirteen mares, thirteen colts and six oxen, worth 30l., and other goods. By C. quia etc.

April 16. Peterborough.

The like to the same, on complaint by William de Buttare that Ralph le Botiller, and others, carried away from him at Lodelowe, co. Salop, his goods, and 8 marks in money. By C. quia etc.

April 15. Peterborough.

The like to the same, on complaint by Robert de Castro Ricardi, chaplain, that Ralph le Botiller and John his son, John son of Laurence de Lodelowe, Walter Johanservaunt de Lodelowe, Robert de Faunteston, John de Lever, Richard le Orfevre, the younger, John de Tykelwardyn, William Ace, William de Orleton and John, his brother, carried away six oxen, three cows and seven bullocks, worth 10l., and other goods, at Lodelowe, Bachecote and More, co. Salop. By C. quia etc.

Membrane 4d.

April 20. Staunford.

Association of Richard de Wylughby in the commission lately directed to Ralph de Stanlowe, Thomas de Radeclyve and Roger Hillary, on complaint by Thomas de Blaston against John Holt and Margaret, his wife, and others, of trespass at Blaston, co. Leicester.

Membrane 1d.

April 12. Peterborough.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Wyttelesbury and John Bassett, on complaint by Hugh le Couper, of Lydyngton, that Robert son of Ralph de Caldecote, Richard Scut’, William, his brother, William Page, Richard Martyn, of Caldecote, and others, assaulted and beat him at Lydyngton, co. Rutland.

May 3. Nottingham.

Further commission to John de Tichbourn, Ralph de Bereford and John de Warblyngton, on complaint by Henry de Stantham, merchant, of the plunder of his ship the Rykenbergh, coming from Norway to Southampton, by certain men of Sandwich and Winchelsea. [Partly illegible.]