Sheriffs' Court Roll, 1320
Membrane 2 (transcript pp. 6-11)

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[m. 2] proxima Richard of Redyngge, better attached v. Gerard le Barbier and Nicholas of Hurle in a plea of debt.
The same Richard, better attached v. Richard of Grafton and Sabine his wife in a plea of debt.
Geoffrey atte Barnette, better distrained v John atte Halle in a plea of debt. Maude, wife of the said Geoffrey, appears.
Walter of Essex, better distrained v. Alan Rauen in a plea of covenant.
William Cosyn, Gascon merchant, better attached v. Henry of Basyngge, William Tubbynge, John Child, Hugh of the Cross, Peter Drynkewater, John of Hanyngfeld, John of Kyngestone and Geoffrey Scot in a
plea of debt.
Roger of Kynebrauton attached by his body v. Reiner Piggesflessh in a plea of account.
Henry Gernet, John, vicar of Westchurruk, and Thomas of Abyndone, executors of the will of Nicholas Frembaud, kt., better distrained v. Thomas Cok in a plea of debt, and Thomas Frembaud, executor of the said will, appears.
Walter Hudde of St. Albans, chaplain, attached by his body v. John of Perers, Reimund of St. Clement's, Gerard of Biole and John of Stoketone, executors of the will of William Seruat, in a plea of debt.
The same Walter, attached by his body v. the same in a plea of trespass.
William of Hedersete, better distrained v. Nicholas of Genise in a plea of debt.
John Hereward, attached by his body v. Henry of Bidik in a plea of account.
Walter of Essex, better distrained v. Gilbert le Mareschal in a plea of debt.
Ralph Beauflour, attached by his body v. Saunz Arnald of Castelioun in a plea of account.
William le Taverner - misericordia -, executor of the will of Robert Heyne, better distrained v. Richard Heyne and Maude his wife in a plea of debt; and Robert Neel, co-executor of the aforesaid will, appears.
William le Taverner, executor of the will of Richard Heyne, better distrained v. Walter Neel in a plea of debt; and Robert Neel, co-executor of the aforesaid will, appears.
proxima Richard of Welyngton attached v. Godfrey atte Hide, taverner, in a plea of debt.
proxima Love-day between Christina Maderman, pl., and Master Robert P. in a plea of debt at the next court by prayer of the parties without essoin.
Between Stephen of Creie, pl., and William le Chaundeler in a plea of account etc.
Between Ralph Manyman, pl., and William of Honesdone in a plea of covenant.
Between Richard Cros, pl., and Stephen Aleyn in a plea of debt etc.
Between Agnes, relict of James le Botiller, John of Herdyngham, Geoffrey of Cutendene and William of Machhyngge, executors of the will of the aforesaid James, pl., and Gilbert of Balsham in a plea of debt etc.
adhuc Between Robert of Woxebregge, pl., and Alexander le Settere in a plea of debt.
Between Walter del Hey, pelter, pl., and Peter of Lodelowe in a plea of trespass etc.
proxima Between Denise, relict of William of Bristolle, John of Preston, Robert of Hertford, and William Schep, executors of the will of the said William, pls., and the Prior of St. Fredeswide's, Oxford in a plea of debt etc.
Between Maude Russels, pl., and John of Fynkele and Amy his wife in a plea of eloignment of chattels etc.
prox Judgment between Jordan of Langele, pl., and Ralph Giffard and Egidia-
[p. 8] -his wife, executrice of the will of Thomas of Praers in a plea of debt, in respite.
adhuc Judgment between Richer [sic.] of Refham, kt., pl., and the prior of Bermundeseie in a plea of covenant, in respite.
The imparlance between Stephen of Creie, pl., and Thomas of Rocheford, of Walsham Holy Cross, in a plea of account, in respite until the next court. The said Thomas is mainprised by the aforesaid Stephen.
The imparlance between John of Ileford, clerk, pl., and Richard of Hodesdone, baker, in a plea of account, in respite etc.
adhuc Judgment between Richard of Bolyngtone, pl., and Ralph of Geldeburgh concerning the hearing of his suit in a plea of debt in respite.
vacat The jury ['patria'] between Hugh le Fourbour, pl., and John Dosynoun in a plea of covenant in respite until the next court, for default of jurors.
The jury between Gregory of Nortone, pl., and John Fouk and Alice his wife in a plea of trespass in respite etc.
vacat That between Petronilla Squirel, pl., and Sybil of Cheyham in a plea of trespass, in respite etc.
That between John de Gert, merchant of Besatz, pl., and Robert of Thame in a plea of debt, in respite etc.
misericordia Petronilla la Squyrel, pl., and Sybil of Cheyham, def., are agreed by licence of the court; the said Petronilla to remit all trespasses to the said Sybil who puts herself in mercy.
cognitio
misericordia
John Frogge, pl., and Roger son of Maurice atte Watre, are agreed etc. in a plea of trespass; the pl. remitting all trespass to the def. who undertakes to pay for the remission half a mark sterling and puts himself in mercy.
concordia
misericordia
Mariona, relict of Richard Lovel, pl., and Maude la Frensshe are agreed etc, in a plea of trespass. The def. puts herself in mercy.


misericordia
Maude la Frensshe, pl., and Mary, relict of Richard Lovel, Margaret relict Richard Daundelioun, and Isabella, daughter of the said Margaret in a plea of trespass, are agreed etc. Defs. in mercy.


cognitio
misericordia
John of Gillyngge, renter of London Bridge, pl., and Elias and Andrew of Salle are agreed etc. in a plea of debt. The defs. acknowledge their obligation to pay 28s. rent for a house at a feast of the nativity of Our Lord next following. Pl. in mercy.
The court of the Prior of St. Bartholomew, Smethefeld is granted for Andrew of Tyndale and Alice his wife v. Richard of Lyncolne in a plea of trespass and covenant, and the detention of a tunic. The parties are given a day on the Sunday following by the soke-
[p. 9] -reeve of the said prior.
The same court is granted for Simon le Armurer, def., holding of the Prior, and Richard of Nasyngge, in a plea of trespass.
The court of the weavers of London is granted for Thomas, servant ['gracio'] of
Sybil of Cheiham, and Petronilla Squirrel in a plea of trespass; and the parties are given a day on the Sunday following by the soke-reeve of the court.
[m. 2d.]
John le Palmere, carpenter, acknowledges his obligation to pay to John Lonekyn of Kyngestone 17s. 6d. at the quindene etc.
William of Hungerford, baker, £4. 12. 0 to Joan of Bledelawe at Michaelmas.
Ralph, servant of Philip Lucas, 20s. to Stephen of Creie at the quindene.
William le Kyng, 'bocher', 20 s. to Richard Asselyn at the quindene.
cognitiones John Horn, fishmonger, 24 s. to William Poterel in there instalments of 8s. payable at the feasts of Michaelmas, Christmas and Easter next following.
William le Kyng 'bocher', 4 s. to John of Pekenham at the quindene.
Robert le Chaundeler, 5 s. to William of Stanford, shereman, at the quindene.
Thomas of Ware, 5s. to Gerard le Fruter at the quindene.
Thomas de Todenhale John of Doule, by Robert of Thame, his attorney, 65s. to Adam Cotiller at the quindene.
John le Taillor of Cornhulle, 2s. 3d. to Richard of Rothyngge.
Thomas of Buri for Stephen of Creie, 'stokfisshmongere', pl., in a plea of account v. John Russel, 'verrer'.
The same, by the same, v. the same, in a plea of debt.
[blank space] v. Ralph, sometime servant ['valettus'] of Philip Lucas, in a plea of debt.
Reginald Wolleward for Roger Elis, pl., v. Roger le Glasiere in a plea of trespass.
The same for Richard of Gloucestre, pl., v. John of Offord, potter, John of Hadham, Richard of Bromfeld, and William Bullok, taverner, in a plea of debt.
John of Cornhulle for John of Ware, 'stokfisshmongere, pl., v. Luke of Berkwei in a plea of debt.
John of Horwode for Richard Burgeis v. Henry Hendeman in a plea of debt.
Robert of Gonnebi for William Kynge, 'bocher',v. John of Pakenham in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Buri v. William of Eli, pelter, in a plea of debt for Margery Boneire, pl.
The same Thomas for John of Perers, butcher, v. Ralph Shadewe in a place of debt.
The same for the same v. John Braban in a plea of debt.
The same for the same v. William Bacheler in a plea of debt.
attornati Robert of Thame for Robert of Wengrave, pl., v. Thomas le Brewere in a-
[p. 10] -plea of account and trespass.
Stephen Aleyn, pl., v. Richard Cros, by John of Cornhulle, in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Buri for Robert of Stowe and Joan his wife v. Hamo le Chaundeler.
John of Horwode for Joce Gentil, pl., v. Thomas of Redynge in a plea of debt.
John of Cornhulle for Alexander le Settere v. Robert of Woxebrugge in a plea of debt.
Reginald Wolleward for the Prior of Holy Trinity, London, pl., v. William le Hore, 'mazon', in a plea of covenant.
John of Horewode for Roger Sauvage, pl., v. Isabel Knokyn, Thomas of Eytone, Roger Carels, and Ralph Restwold, executors of the will of John Knokyn, in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Buri for Stephen of Bercote, pl., v. Henry of Sechesford, taverner, in a plea of debt.
Walter Gladewyne for Peter of Haliwelle, 'coureour', def., v. the Master of the Hospital of St. Bartholomew, Smethefeld.
John of Horwode for William Aleyn, def., v. Adam the Chaplain in a plea of covenant.
Robert of Thame for William le Northerne, cutler, pl., v. Richard le Pynnere in a plea of trespass.
John of Horwode for Richard Cros, pl., v. Stephen Aleyn in a plea of debt.
The same, for the same, v. John atte Barre in a plea of detention of chattels.
Robert of Thame for John of Kanefeld, 'bocher', v. William of Bristowe, 'bocher', in a plea of account.
The same Robert for Ralph of Gildesburgh, def., v. Richard of Bolyngtone in a plea of debt.
Walter Gladewyne for Ralph of Gildesburgh, def., v. Reginald of Haillesburie in a plea of debt.
Robert of Gonnebi for Hamo le Barber, pl., v. Robert le Chaundeler and Alice his wife in a plea of debt.
Robert of Thame for John of Doule, def., v. Adam le Cotiller in a plea of debt.
plegii de pace Richard Annore, Rose his wife and Richard Mounde, are attached at the suit of William of Bekenham by the kings writ de minis to find pledges to keep the peace. They appear, and produce as pledges Adam Pikeman, Stephen Aleyn, Robert of Bataille, William Craddock, John Aliyn and John atte Wode.
vadia capta super
manucapcionem
Alexandri le
Mazerer.
Pledges taken from Roger Mymmes and Osbert atte Bowe, manucaptors of Alexander le Mazerer to await the verdict of the jury upon which he put himself at the suit of William Broun, goldsmith, for a certain trespass done against the said William of which he was convicted by the jury; viz four cups, valued by Thomas of St Botulph's and John of Caustone, goldsmiths, at 14s.; a robe with a hood of murrey, for a woman, value 14s.; two hoods of black stuff, 2s. 6d; a woman's robe of green motley, with a cape, 16s.; a red tunic, 6s; a green tunic, 6s; a blanket ['chalo'], 4s; a blanket, 18d;-
[p. 11]

summa bonorum
iiijli. xvjs. iiijd.
-a carpet, 2 s. 6d; a blanket, 8d; a cooking vessel, a brass pot, a dish, value 9s; two copper mortar, 20s. 2d, taken from Osbert atte Bowe, and valued by the oath of Nicholas Sprot, William le Pottere, David Seat, Nicholas of Tauntone and Henry of Radewei. Sums £4.16.4 The manucaptors are ordered to acquit the goods aforesaid before the quindene, otherwise they will be delivered to the party etc.
Item, taken from Roger atte Bowe, manucaptor of Alexander le Mazerer, a covelet of green cloth, furred with miniver, valued by Richard Lonekyn, Nicholas of Santone and John of Thorpe at 50s.
misericordie Ralph of Stouwe in mercy for not prosecuting his plaint v. Hamo le Chaundeler and Maude his wife in a plea of trespass.
Maude of Kent in mercy for not prosecuting etc. v. Juliana of Oxeneford in a plea of trespass.
The same Julia in mercy for not coming in the same etc.
Nicholas Stel in mercy for not prosecuting etc. v. William of Kelesin a plea of trespass.
The same William in mercy for not coming etc.
Simon Fairman and Margaret his wife in mercy for not prosecuting v. Alice la Sheppestere in a plea of trespass.
The same Alice in mercy for not coming etc.
John de la Barre in mercy for not prosecuting etc. v. Richard Cros in a plea of debt.
The same Richard in mercy for not coming etc.
Simon of Donyngtone in mercy for not prosecuting etc. v. John de Brymesle, sen., in a plea of debt.
The same John in mercy for not coming etc.
Roger Osbern and Elen his wife in mercy for not prosecuting etc. v. William Wheppe in a plea of trespass.