Sheriffs' Court Roll, 1320
Membrane 5 (transcript pp.17-22)

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proxima
Robert of Dunmowe, pls., appears v. Margaret, relict of Ralph of Farneham,
John Sausemer, and Warin Martel, executors of the will of the said Ralph.
Margaret and John appear by their essoins, but Warin does not come. Therefore let his attachment remain, and more be taken.
Thomas of Ware, servant of Aymer of Valence, and Christina his wife, pls., appear v. John of Colyngham, 'seler', in a plea of treapass. The def. does not come, therefore let him be better attached.
proxima William of Coule, pl., appears by his essoin v. Richard Berard in a plea of debt. The def. does not appear therefore etc.
proxima Roger of Suthcote, pl., appears by his essoin v. John of Lanfare in a plea of debt. The def., attached by a horse, does not come. Therefore etc.
proxima John of Bermyngham, shoemaker, pl., appears v. Thomas le Gorges in a plea of debt of 15s. The def. does not appear. Therefore etc.
William of Bordeux, pl., appears by his essoin v. Robert of Haselarton in a plea of trespass. The def., attached by two horses, does not come. Therefore etc.
Master Walter of Thorp - misericordia - and John of Leutone, distrained v. Thomas of Norhamptone in a plea of debt.
Henry of Sechesford, taverner, distrained v. Stephen of Bercote in a plea of debt.
proxima Luke of Berkwei, distrained v. John of Ware, stockfishmonger - essoin -, in a plea, of debt.
proxima Roger atte Watre, butcher, distrained v. Estmar le Litle in a plea of debt.
John Braban, butcher - misericordia -, distrained v. John of Peres in a plea of debt.
Robert of Belyngge - in misericordia -, distrained v. Robert atte Hegge in a plea of debt.
Paul le Botiller distrained v. William Peioun in a plea of debt.
nihil habet William of Bristowe, 'bocher', distrained v. John of Canefield, 'bocher', in a plea account.
proxima Agnes, wife of William le Chaundeler, distrained v. John of Kyngestone and Alice his wife, in a plea of debt. William, husband of the said Agnes appears.
Roger le Barber, distrained v. Ralph of Dallyngge in a plea of debt.
Roger, son of John Russel of London,'verrer' - misericordia -, distrained v. Stephen of Creie in a plea of account.
nihil habet Richard of Hodesdon, 'pestour', distrained v. Martin of Paris in a plea
[p. 18] of account.
John Russel, 'verrer', distrained v. Stephen of Creie in a plea of debt.
Ralph Shadewe - misericordia - distrained v. John of Perers in a plea of debt.
Nicholas Godman, cook - misericordia -, distrained v. William Godefrai in a plea of debt.
proxima Ralph Burghard, better attached v. Peter Martyn in a plea of trespass.
proxima Mary, relict of William of Goldyngham, William Quynci and William of Wedryngsete, executors of the will of the said William of Goldyngham, better
attached v. Roger le Botiller in a plea of debt.
proxima Isabella Knokyn, Thomas of Eyton, Roger Carels, Ralph Restwold, executors of the will of John Knokyn, better attached v. Roger Sauvage in a plea of debt.
Roger le Glasiere - misericordia -, better attached v. Roger Elis in a plea of trespass.
Hugh Honille, better attached v. John Pluf by writ de minis.
proxima John of Pichford, better attached v. Walter of Keles, goldsmith, in a plea of debt.
William of Mondene, 'copour' - misericordia -, better distrained v. Henry of Bifold in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Bromesyerde, better attached v. Nicholas of Teukesburi, clerk, in a plea of trespass.
William of Redyngge - misericordia -, better distrained v. William Sprot in a plea of debt.
William of Dureme and Maude his wife, better distrained v. Thomas of Walpol in a plea of debt.
Richard Cros - misericordia -, better distrained v. Stephen Aleyn in a plea of debt.
William of Oxford - misericordia -, pelter, better distrained v. Adam le Chapelayn in a plea of covenant.
Elias le Callere and Henry of Walford - misericordia -, executors of the will of Beatrice atte Borgate, better distrained v. Walter le Callere in a plea of debt.
Lawrence le Bothoner and Simon le Kallere, co-executors of the said will, appear.
proxima Richard of Hodesdone, baker, better distrained v. Belanger Breton in a plea of debt.
John le Mareschal of Walebroke, better distrained v. Thomas of Hameldene in a plea of debt.
Roger le Shethere - misericordia -, better attached v. Alice, servant of Gerard le Latoner, in a plea of trespass.
contra xs. Walter of Bosham - misericordia -, better distrained v. Roger Poyntel in a plea of debt.
Henry le Sawiere - misericordia -, better attached v. Richard le Clerk, sawiere, in a plea of trespass.
Adam of Eli, of London, merchant, jun., better distrained v. John of Yemeseie, in a plea of account.
The same Adam, better distrained v. Henry Dymmok in a plea of account.
Thomas, son of John le Benere, better distrained v. William of Durham in a plea of account.
Roger Chauntecler, better distrained v. Williams Fornies in a plea of account.
proxima Adam atte Conduit, better distrained v. Isabel Reimond of Folham and-
[p. 19] -William her son in a plea of debt.
William le Hore - misericordia -, better distrained v. Henry Deordai in a plea of debt.
proxima Lawrence le Tornor of Eppyngehethe and Brother Thomas of Eppyngburi, executors of the will of John, parson of the church of St. Mildred of Bredstrete, better attached v. William Wastel in a plea of debt.
Philip, son of Philip Beauneis, better distrained v. Agnes, relict of James le Botiller, John of Herdyngham, Geoffrey of Cutendene and William of Macchyngge, executors of the will of the said James, in a plea of debt.
William Forneis, better distrained v. the aforesaid executors in a plea of debt.
Peter of Cicestre, clerk, better distrained v. Nicholas le Verrer in a plea of debt.
Hugh Picard, better attached v. the lord king in a plea of the breaking of sequestration.
proxima Ralph Beauflour, citizen and taverner of London, better distrained v. Berard de la Tour, of Besaz, in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Wynton, 'buriler', better distrained v. Walter of Papworthe in a plea of debt.
Henry atte Swan, better attached v. Richard atte Cros of London.
William of Billyngge, of Coventre, 'pessoner', by writ de minis.
William of Coule, better distrained v. Robert of Bardelbi, clerk, in a plea of debt.
Robert of Kent, jun., better attached v. John of Bakwelle, clerk, by writ de minis.
Simon, formerly servant of Simon of Paris, better distrained v. Roger of Notyngham in a plea of the detention of the chattels.
proxima John of Hautone, kt., better attached v. John Pymme in a plea of debt.
Richard atte Hawe - misericordia -, better distrained v. Henry of Bifold in a plea of debt.
proxima Nicholas of Donesle, better distrained v. Walter le Crockere - essoin - in a plea
of debt.
Peter le Clerk, baker - misericordia -, better distrained v. Walter Neel in a plea of debt.
Henry Goce - misericordia -, better distrained v. John of Leuesham in a plea of debt.
Gilbert le Rede - misericordia -, better distrained v. John Elis in a plea of debt.
Juliana, wife of the said Gilbert, appears.
Hugh Herre, better attached v. Richard of Rameseie and Margery his wife in a plea of trespass.
proxima The same Hugh, better attached v. William le Brewere in a plea of trespass.
Walter Longeman - misericordia -, better distrained v. Richer [sic.] of Refham in a plea of account.
William de la Hune, better distrained v. Geoffrey Beauflour in a plea of debt.
Stephen Vyncent - misericordia -, better attached v. David Scot in a plea of trespass.
Walter Crepyn, better distrained v. Robert Belbarbe, sen., in a plea of debt.
Gilbert le Rede, better distrained v. Robert le Hore in a plea of debt.
[p. 20] Margaret of Henle, better distrained v. Robert of Wodestone, in a plea of debt.
Bernard of Pouche, better distrained v. Austin le Waleis in a plea of account.
Henry Dymmok of London, 'pessoner', better distrained v. Oliver Brounynge in a plea of debt.
Thomas le Barber of la Tourstrete better distrained v. Richard of Crepelgate, 'blader', in a plea of debt.
[m. 5d] William atte Ware, better attached v. Thomas atte Taie and Alice his wife in a plea of trespass.
The same William, better distrained v. the same Thomas and Alice in a plea of debt and covenant.
John le Mareschal, sen., better attached v. Richard of Colmestok in a plea of trespass.
Gilbert le Rede, better distrained v. Richard Dask in a plea of debt. Juliana, wife of the said Gilbert, appears.
Thomas of Baldok, better distrained v. Stephen of Abyndone and Hamo of Chigewelle in a plea of account.
John Joce, kt., better distrained v. Robert Borman in a plea of debt.
John Denys of Caunterburi, better distrained v. John Wengrave in a plea of account.
William of Tauntone, attached by his body v. Richard le Chaucer in a plea of account.
Gilbert le Rede, better distrained v. John Sprai in a plea of debt. Juliana wife of the said Gilbert appears.
Thomas Broun and Agnes Wynterman, better distrained v. John, chaplain of Roger of Depham, in plea of debt.
Nicholas Crane, Thomas of Buri, butcher, and Robert le Treiere better distrained v. John Priour and William Forneis in a plea of debt.
Nicholas Crane and John of Warle, better distrained v. the said John and William in a plea of debt.
proxima John of Donewiz, clerk, better attached v. John Rastel in a plea of trespass.
John Goms, better attached v. Hervey of Buri in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Louthe, better distrained v. the same Hervey in a plea of debt.
Richard of Redyngge, better attached v. Gerard le Barber 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, and 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 Tubbyng, John Child, Hugh of the Cross, Peter Drynkewatere, John of Hanyngfield, John of Kyngestone and Geoffrey Scot in a plea of debt.
Roger of Kinebautone, attached by his body v. Reiner Piggesflesh in a-
[p. 21] -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. Thomas Frembaud, co-executor of the will of the said Nicholas, appears by his essoin.
Walter Hudde of St. Albans, chaplain, attached by his body v. John of Perers, Reimund of St.Clements, Gerard of Biole and John of Stoketone, executors of the will of Willam Seruat in a plea of debt.
The same Walter, attached by his body, v. the same in a plea of trespass.
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.
Richard of Welyngton, better attached v. Godfrey atte Hide, taverner, in a plea of debt.
Gilbert of Balsham, distrained v. Agnes late the wife of James le Botiller, John of Herdyngham, Geoffrey of Cutendene and William of Macchynge, executors of the will of the said Jacob, in a plea of debt.
Peter of Lodelawe - misericordia -, better attached v. Walter del Hay, pelter, in a plea trespass.
Love-day between Robert of Woxerigge, pl., and Alexander le Settere in a plea of debt at the next court, without essoin.
Love-day between John Erleker, pl., and John Caperon in a plea of account, at the next court.
Between John of Martynscroft, pl., and Thomas le Poter in a plea of trespass, etc.
Between the same John, pl., and Walter of Dorsete in a plea of trespass, etc.
Between Richard Dask, pl., John Cobbe, butcher, and Margery his wife in a plea of debt.
adhuc Judgment between Andrew of Sechesford, pl., John le Litle, William Reyner and John of Baldewyne in a plea of trespass, in respite.
adhuc Judgment respited between Stephen le Bole, pl., and John le Litle,
William of Fundehale and Richard of Wrenyngham in a plea of trespass.
adhuc Between Simon of Thorpe, pl., and Walter le Foundor in a plea of debt.
proxima Between Jordan of Langele, pl., and Ralph Giffard and Egidia, his wife, executrix of the will of Thomas of Praers, in a plea of debt.
adhuc Between Richer [sic.] of Refham, kt., pl., and the Prior of Bermundeseie in a plea of covenant.
adhuc Imparlance between Stephen of Creie, pl., and Thomas of Rocheford of Waltham Holy Cross, in a plea of account, respited by consent of the parties until the next court. Thomas is mainprised by the said Stephen.
Judgment between Richard of Bolyngton, pl., and Ralph of Geldeburgh-
[p. 22] -for the hearing of his suit in a plea of debt, in respite.
in respectu Jury between William of Hallyngburi, pl., and James Beauflour in a plea of debt respited by reason of the default of the jurors.
in respectu
proxima
Between John del Gout, merchant of Besaz, pl., and Robert of Sh in a plea of debt, respited.
Between John le Baker, 'portour', pl. and Thomas le Ken in a plea of trespass, respited.
Between William of New Castle, pl., and John of Cateloigne in a plea of trespass, respited.
attornatum John le Mareschal, def., appears by his essoin v. Adam of Keteryngge in a plea of trespass; and it is testified in the Sheriff's Court that the said Adam is so infirm that he cannot attend without peril of death. The serjeant is therefore ordered to go to him and receive his attorney.
misericordia Christina la Mademan, pl., and Master Robert de Pelca [surname unclear] are agreed by licence of the court in a plea of debt, the said Christina remitting all actions to the said Master Robert, who puts himself in mercy.
cognitiones William of Cornedale acknowledges that he owes James atte Pirie 21d. to be paid at the quindene.
William Heyrun, carter, acknowledges that he owes 40d. to Joan, relict of Robert le Latoner, etc.
John le Barber acknowledges that he owes 15s. 4d. to Matthew of Essex, etc.
Love-day between Matthew of Essex, pl., and John Barber, living next the church of St. Pancras, respited until the next court.
plegii de
pace
Pledges of peace of John of Gloucestre, attached by writ de minis v.Walter of Stebenhethe:- Elias of Farnham, Richard of [blank space], John Lechlode, John of Hakebourne, John Jakeloe, butcher, Walter le Callere and Thomas of Buri.