1337, 34d, 31d, 30d, 29d, 28d, 27d, 26d, 25d, 24d, 22d, 12d, 11d, 10d, 9d, 8d, 7d, 6d, 4d, 2d, 1d

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward III, Volume 3, 1334-1338. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1895.

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'1337, 34d, 31d, 30d, 29d, 28d, 27d, 26d, 25d, 24d, 22d, 12d, 11d, 10d, 9d, 8d, 7d, 6d, 4d, 2d, 1d', Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward III, Volume 3, 1334-1338, (London, 1895), pp. 508-514. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/series/calendar-of-patent-rolls-edward-iii/vol3/pp508-514 [accessed 19 June 2024].

. "1337, 34d, 31d, 30d, 29d, 28d, 27d, 26d, 25d, 24d, 22d, 12d, 11d, 10d, 9d, 8d, 7d, 6d, 4d, 2d, 1d", in Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward III, Volume 3, 1334-1338, (London, 1895) 508-514. British History Online, accessed June 19, 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/series/calendar-of-patent-rolls-edward-iii/vol3/pp508-514.

. "1337, 34d, 31d, 30d, 29d, 28d, 27d, 26d, 25d, 24d, 22d, 12d, 11d, 10d, 9d, 8d, 7d, 6d, 4d, 2d, 1d", Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward III, Volume 3, 1334-1338, (London, 1895). 508-514. British History Online. Web. 19 June 2024, https://www.british-history.ac.uk/series/calendar-of-patent-rolls-edward-iii/vol3/pp508-514.

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1337, 34d, 31d, 30d, 29d, 28d, 27d, 26d, 25d, 24d, 22d, 12d, 11d, 10d, 9d, 8d, 7d, 6d, 4d, 2d, 1d

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Membrane 34d.

June 1. Stamford.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, John Inge, John de Mere, Peter de la Hose, James de Wodestok and William Casse, on complaint by Thomas de Andredesye that Robert le Spicer, Godfrey son of Benedict de Thornegrove, John Bywesthewode, John de Rampton, Thomas Chaunterel, Adam le Morward, Nicholas Maynnard, William Jordan, Thomas de Grove, Richard Sowy, John Hosebonde, John Dille, William Sweyn the elder, Elias le Clerk of Weston, Geoffrey Gyan, Agnes late the wife of Walter Gyan and others, at Weston, assaulted him, broke a box (pixidem) sealed with his seal and carried away his goods. By fine of 1 mark. Somerset.

May 24. Stamford.

The like to William de Shareshull, John de Leukenore, Thomas de la More, John Golafre and James de Wodestok, on complaint by Ralph Chastiloun that Roger de Nowers, knight, Burga, his wife, Richard, John, Robert and Roger, his sons, William Capoun, William le Taillour of Keyngham and others assaulted him at Keyngham. By fine of 10s. Oxford.

Membrane 31d.

June 2. Stamford.

Appointment, pursuant to the ordinance of the late Parliament at Westminster for the arrest of suspected persons, of John Hamely, sheriff of Cornwall, to arrest Thomas Lereedekene, and to have him safely kept in Launceveton prison until further order. By C.

And afterwards on 18 August Roger Corbet of Caus, knight, and Stephen de Buterley, king's serjeant-at-arms, are appointed to arrest John de Boulwas, knight, Richard de Maunwardyn, William de la Forde, Richard son of Roger de Estham, Ingelram de Freyne, Richard Whisshedieu and William Rokolf, and to deliver them to the custody of the constable of the Tower.

And afterwards, on 10 September, William de Mirydon and John de Egedon are appointed to arrest the said John de Boulwas, &c.

Membrane 30d.

June 24. Stamford.

Appointment of Richard de Nevill and John Charterey to go in person to the manors of Westrasen and Drax, where it is reported that, contrary to the statute of Northampton, John de Gastrik of Barton, Richard son of John de Gastrik, Elizabeth, his wife, Thomas de Feryby 'Jonesservaunt de Gastrik,' Robert Bayous, 'marchaunt,' Henry Cauf of Westrasen, John son of Nicholas Shayl, Robert de Salfletby of Haburgh, Nicholas le Goldsmyth of Thwancastre, Robert de Stokes, Richard le Spicer of Barton, Roger Roke, William de Waterton of Glaunforthbrig, David le Wallsh 'Jonesservaunt de Gastrik,' and others, have lately entered with armed force into those moieties of the said manors which John Pouger and Margery, his wife, hold as her purparty of the inheritance of John Paynel, her father, and there keep themselves by such force threatening the said John and Margery and their men and servants so that they dare not approach or stay there, throwing down the houses, of the said John, burning the timber, spoiling his goods, and assaulting persons, and the sheriff of the county and the keepers of the peace do not apply the proper remedy for this lawlessness, there to make public proclamation in the king's name that none shall lead an armed force nor break the peace, and to arrest and imprison until further order all persons resisting them after the proclamation. By K.

Membrane 29d.

May 18. Kingscliffe.

Appointment of Hugh de Reppes, master of the king's ship called la Rode Cogge, to overhaul ships taking or prepared to take wools or other things out of the realm contrary to the late proclamation forbidding export thereof and to arrest all those persons whom he shall find taking these, with the ships, wool and other things. By K.

June 28. Stamford.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Wylughby, Robert de Scardeburgh and William de la Launde, on complaint by John Pouger that John de Gastryk of Barton and the others named above broke his close and houses at Westrasen, co. Lincoln, burned the timber of these, took away 3 horses, 10 oxen and 12 cows, worth 30l., carried away 20l. in money, depastured his crops and grass with cattle and assaulted his men and servants. By K.

June 28. Stamford.

The like to Geoffrey le Scrope, Richard de Wilughby and Robert de Skardeburgh, touching the rescue from the king's bailiffs at Staunford, co. Lincoln, of John 'Jonesservaunt le Warde' and Thomas Trussel who had been arrested for some trespasses at Wissenden, co. Roteland, then within the verge, and by the king's command were brought to that town to answer before him in the Marshalsea for the said trespasses. By K.

June 24. Stamford.

The like to Richard de Wilughby, Robert de Scardeburgh and William de la Launde, touching the persons who broke the houses of John Pouge at Westrasen, co. Lincoln, carried away 20l. in money, took away 3 horses, 10 oxen and 12 cows, and burned other houses and goods of his, and those who receive the said persons. By K.

Membrane 28d.

June 12. Stamford.

Mandate to the mayor and bailiffs of York to make diligent inquiry by the oath of men of their city of the names of all persons whether of the city or from elsewhere who, as appears by frequent complaints coming to the king's hearing, form unlawful confederacies and otherwise infringe the statute of Northampton there, to arrest all these as well as others suspected of like trespasses; and to imprison them so that they be in no wise delivered without a special mandate of the king. By K. & C.

June 22. Stamford.

Commission to Theobald Russel and John de Langeford, on information that a large number of persons in the Isle of Wight are guilty of breaches of the said statute, to find by inquisition the names of such persons and to certify the king of these from time to time in his Chancery. By C.

Membrane 27d.

June 28. Stamford.

Appointment of John de Fenwyk, Gerard de Wydryngton, Walter de Creyk, William Heyron and Michael de Presfen to make proclamation in the king's name, at such places in the county of Northumberland as shall be required, that no one shall go armed or lead an armed force or do anything whereby the king's peace may be disturbed, and to arrest and imprison until further order any person found opposing them after such proclamation: made because of many complaints of breaches of the statute of Northampton, in the said county, for which the sheriff and the keepers of the peace have not applied a fit remedy. By K. & C.

Membrane 26d.

July 24. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, Robert de Hungerford and Hildebrand de London, on complaint by Thomas, prior of St. Margaret's by Marlebergh, that William Rammeshull, William son of William Rammeshull the elder (senior), Roger le Taillour, Andrew, his son, Walter Lovebynd, Robert, his son, Thomas de Manton, John Turnebroche, Henry Sherman, John Gibbes, Nicholas le Sadelere, John 'Nicholesservant le Sadelere,' Edmund son of John le Simple, John de Stanburne, John le Bowiere, Hugh Chance, Adam le Man, Walter Cacchecute, Thomas atte Halle, Nicholas de Polton, Reginald Dyngon, John Babbe, Richard de Mildenhale, John and Nowel, his sons, Richard Donecane, Ralph Dounham, William le Kyng, 'fissher,' William Molyn, John Bonefay, Robert le Skynnere, John Herton, Nicholas Savage, 'souter,' John Stowell, John Paynot, Henry Mundy, Richard atte Porch of Wynterburn, Maurice le Skynnere, Peter le Skynnere, John Ruscheden, 'souter,' Nicholas 'Johanesservant Ruscheden,' William Heved, Philip, his brother, John Legies, John Scryveyn, John son of John le White, Thomas Brian and others, broke his house at Marlebergh, cut down his trees at the barton by Marlebergh, burned the trees and the timber from his house, and carried away his goods. By fine of 10s. Wilts.

July 24. Westminster.

The like to Roger Hillary, John Giffard of Twyford, knight, James de Wodestok and Edmund de Hildesle, on complaint by Willliam de Shareshull that John de Blebury, parson of the church of Eure, Henry 'of the Clo,' Simon 'le personneschaumberleyn of Eure,' Robert 'le personespenser of Eure' Henry le Warener, Thomas de Wardon, William 'the Welke,' Peter le Webbesone, John Palmere, William Damyan, Peter de Pekele, John Kempe, William le Tailour, John de Lee and others, at Eure, co. Buckingham, carried away his goods and assaulted and imprisoned Jordan de Sancto Licio, his servant. By K.

Membrane 25d.

June 28. Stamford.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Geoffrey le Scrope, Richard de Wylughby and Robert de Scardeburgh, on complaint by Master William la Zouche, king's clerk, dean of the church of St. Peter, York, the treasurer, that John Warde, serjeant-at-arms, John 'Jonesservaunt le Warde,' Thomas Trussel and others, at Wyssenden, co. Roteland, carried away his goods and assaulted his men and servants. By K.

July 19. Westminster.

The like to William de Shareshull, John Molyns, John de Leukenore, James de Wodestok and Adam atte Glorye, touching the death of Master Benedict de Florencia, killed at Bekenesfeld, co. Buckingham.

Membrane 24d.

July 21. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Huse, John de Hampton and John de Geynesford, touching the persons who broke the parks of Selleseye, Aldyngbourn, Waltham and Hannefeld, co. Sussex, after these had come into the king's hands by reason of the present (instantis) voidance of the see of Chichester, hunted there and carried away deer.

July 25. Westminster.

The like to William de Shareshull, James de Wodestok, John le Bruyn and Richard Kary of Oxford, on information that Reginald Colt of Middeleye, Thomas le Hayward of Middeleye, Richard Cokesham of Bunseye, Richard son of Thomas atte Hache, Peter Shipman of Oseneye, William Coltherde, Thomas son of Thomas atte Hache, John son of John atte Wyk, William son of William de Stouford and others broke the sluices of the pond of the king's mills in the suburb of Oxford, and his weir there, carried away the timber of the sluices and the earth and stones placed there for the safety of the pond, with the hurdles and palings of the weir. By K.

Membrane 22d.

July 25. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph Basset of Drayton, William de Shareshull, Richard de Aldeburgh, Roger Hillary, Thomas de Heppescotes, Robert Parnyng and John de Hambury, on complaint by William de Walton that John de Thorneton, Margery, his wife, William son of Robert de Radeclyf, Richard de Hulton, Robert de Leghe, John son of William de Worthynton, Hugh, his brother, Robert de Middelton, Matthew de Burgh, William de Burgh, Laurence de Burgh, Hugh de Holme and others broke his houses and chests at Ulneswalton, and carried away his goods, deeds, writings and other muniments. By fine of 20s. Lancaster.

Membrane 12d.

Aug. 11. Tower of London.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Wylughby, Roger Hillary and Robert Parnyng, on complaint by W. archbishop of York, that certain persons lately coming by night armed to his manor of Rypon, co. York, broke the gates of the manor and doors of his houses, as well as his prison there for the custody of condemned clerks, took away many clerks therein, both clerks who had been convicted before the king's justices and delivered to his custody as the ordinary and others taken within his liberty of Rypon and carried away his goods. By p.s.

Vacated because otherwise below.

The like, touching the persons who broke by night the king's gaol of Ripon, co. York, and took away the prisoners therein. By p.s.

Vacated because otherwise below.

Membrane 11d.

Oct. 18. Westminster.

The like, touching the persons who broke the archbishop's prison of Rypon, and took away John de Manby and Robert de Seton, clerks, with others. By p.s.

Membrane 10d.

Oct. 18. Westminster.

The like, on complaint by W. archbishop of York that certain persons broke his manor and prison of Ripon, co. York, as above, took away John de Manby and Robert de Setton, clerks, who had been convicted before the king's justices and delivered to his custody, as the ordinary, and other prisoners therein and carried away his goods. By p.s.

Aug. 26. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John Inge, Ralph de Middelneye and Robert Martyn, on complaint by John de Urtiaco that William Gery, 'mareschal,' Elizabeth, his wife, Elena Basket of Bedeford, John Grey, parson of the church of Stoke Tristre, John Grey the younger, Nicholas le Taillour of Wyncaulton, Richard de Fynden, Roger de Fynden and others broke his house at Stoke Tristre and carried away his goods. By fine of 1 mark. Somerset.

Membrane 9d.

Aug. 21. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer of Richard de Wylughby, Roger Hillary, Roger de Aylesbury and John de Peyto, the elder, touching the death of John de Querndon, under-sheriff of the county of Warwick, who has been killed at Burmyngham while exercising his office there. By K.

Aug. 21. Westminster.

The like to John Inge, Henry Poer and Alan Asshe, touching the death of Roger de la Wodelonde, one of the sub-escheators of the county of Somerset, who has been killed at Milverton. By K.

Membrane 8d.

Aug. 21. Westminster.

Mandate to William Fitz Waryn, constable of the castle of Montgomery and keeper of the king's lands there, on complaints by men of his bailiwick that many breaches of the peace occur there and he does not remedy this, at which the king is much disturbed, to make proclamation in such places in his bailiwick as shall be expedient, and inhibit all persons from going or riding armed or otherwise disturbing the peace, and to imprison until further order those who disregard such inhibition. By C.

Membrane 7d.

Aug. 16. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Aldeburgh, John de Fenwyk, Thomas de Heppescotes and Robert Parnyng, on complaint by the prior of Tynemuth that Richard Scot of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Thomas Grategang and others, in contempt of the statute of Northampton, lately came armed to Elstewyk, there assaulted him, some of his monks and members of his household, followed them with like assaults as far as the dwelling-place of his manor, besieged them therein for along time so that they dared not come forth, took away 5 horses and 3 colts, worth 20 marks, which he had there and at Bonewell, depastured with cattle his crops and grass at Elstewyk, assaulted at divers times his men and servants at the said town and at Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and daily threaten to kill other of his men and servants wherever they find them so that these dare not come to Newcastle-upon-Tyne or to other places in the county of Northumberland on his business. By fine of 10s. Northumberland.

Aug. 24. Westminster.

Commission to Ralph de Wedon and Thomas de Foxle to survey the king's manor of Cippenham, co. Buckingham, where the houses, mills, walls and other buildings are reported to be greatly in need of repair. By C.

Membrane 6d.

Aug. 2. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, John Inge, John de Cheuereston and James de Wodestok, on complaint by John Daune, knight, that Master Thomas de Lichefeld, late mayor of Exeter, John de Sutton and John Obelyn, then bailiffs of that town, Robert Bradeworthi of Exeter, 'souter,' Laurence 'Roberdisservaunt Bradeworthi' of Exeter, Richard Taverner, William Bruer, Thomas Jacob of Exeter, Richard Oliver, John White, Robert Palmer of Exeter, William Derwyn, William le Shirer of Exeter and others assaulted and imprisoned him at Exeter, carried away his goods and assaulted his men and servants. By fine of 1 mark. Devon.

Aug. 28. Westminster.

Appointment, pursuant to the ordinance of the late Parliament at Westminster for the arrest of suspected persons, of William, earl of Huntyngdon, constable of the castle of Dover and warden of the Cinque Ports, to arrest wherever found and imprison until further order Gervase Alard of Merden, Roger Tornor, John Viscok, Thomas Rolf and John Croul. By K.

Membrane 4d.

Aug. 20. Westminster.

Commission to Richard Lovel, Robert de Hungerford, Gilbert de Berewyk and John de Wynterburne, to find by inquisition in the county of Dorset the names of the persons who have enclosed lands and places within the manor of Gillingham, now held for life by queen Philippa of the king's grant, whereby she and her tenants are excluded from the common of pasture for all animals in Stoure Preaux which the king and his tenants of the manor have at all times used to have, and all other particulars relating to the matter. By K.

Aug. 16. Westminster.

Commission to John de Trehampton and Thomas Tours to enforce the provisions of the statute for the preserving of salmon for the river Trente, to wit, from Clipston by Neuton-on-Trent to the river Humbre and thence to Barton-upon-Humber, along the banks of these rivers, in the county of Lincoln, and to punish pursuant to the said statute such persons as they shall find by inquisitions to have infringed the same.

Aug. 21. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, William Basset, John de Kirketon, Henry Hillary, and John de Brynkhill, on complaint by Robert Bretoun, knight, that Reginald de Donyngton, Thomas, his son, John Gernoun and others assaulted him at Benyngworth. By fine of 1 mark. Lincoln.

Aug. 24. Westminster.

The like to William Scot, John de Cobeham, William de Orlaston and John de Peyto the younger, on complaint by Gervase Alard that Henry de Patyndenne, William de Reddenne, Hamo George, Robert atte Hill, Thomas son of Walter de Tyldenne, William Sprat and others broke his close at Merdenne, took away 12 oxen, worth 12l., carried away his goods and assaulted his men and servants. By fine of 10s. Kent.

Membrane 2d.

Sept. 1. Westminster.

Commission to Ambrose de Novo Burgo and John de Askham to find by inquisition taken by the oath of merchants, mariners and others of the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, the names of those who have carried away great quantities of goods, money, jewels, armour and other things from a ship called la Cogge de Flaundres, lately taken with some enemies and rebels of Scotland, and the value of the stolen property, and to recover this forthe king. By K.

Membrane 1d.

Sept. 24. Tower of London.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, Richard Lovel and Henry Power, on complaint by Ralph, bishop of Bath and Wells, that John de Action, knight, John son of William Fitz Wauter, John Paddok, Simon Ralegh, John son of Henry le Forester and others broke his close and houses at Cheddre, co. Somerset, carried away his goods and assaulted his men and servants. By fine of 20s.