Sheriffs' Court Roll, 1320
Membrane 11 (transcript pp.40-46)

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[m. 11] Roger Chauntecler, better distrained v. William Fourneis in a plea of account.
Philip, son of Philip Beauneis, better distrained v. Agnes, relict of James le
Botiller, John 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 same executors in a plea of debt.
Peter of Cicestre, clerk, better distrained v. Nicholas le Verrer in a plea of debt.
William de la Hune, better distrained v. Geoffery Beauflour in a plea of debt.
Gilbert le Rede, better distrained v. Robert le Hore in a plea of debt.
Juliana, wife of the said Gilbert, appears Margery of Henle, better distrained v. Robert of Wodetone in a plea of debt.
Bernard of Pouche, better distrained v. Austin le Waleis in a plea of account.
Henry Dymmoke of London, 'pessoner' - misericordia -, better distrained v. Oliver Brounynge in a plea of debt.
Thomas le Barber of la Tourstrete - misericordia -, better distrained v. Richard of Crepelgate, 'blader', in a plea of debt.
William atte Waie, better attached v. Thomas atte Taye 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 - petit licenciam - 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 of 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 Spray 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 a plea of debt.
[p. 41] Nicholas Crane, Robert le Treiere and Thomas of Buri, butcher, better distrained v. John Priour and William Fourneis in a plea of debt.
Nicholas Crane and John of Warle, better distrained v. the said John and William in a plea of debt.
John Caperon, distrained v. John Erleker in a plea of account.
proxima William atte Rie, better attached v. John Hamond, cook, in a plea of trespass.
Luke of Berkwei, better attached v. John of Ware, stockfishmonger, in a plea of debt.
Robert of Kent, sen., attached by his body v. Robert of Westle in a plea of account.
John Dosynoun, better attached v. Hugh le Fourbour in a plea of covenant.
James Beauflour, citizen and vintner of London, better distrained v. Giles Fanward, merchant of Pene in Agenois in a plea of debt.
Margaret, relict of Ralph of Farneham, better distrained v. Robert of Donmowe in a plea of debt. John Sausemer appears.
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 Boliller in a plea of debt.
Isabella Knokyn, Thomas of Eytone, Roger Carels and Ralph Restwold, executors of the will of John Knokyn, better attached v. Roger Sauvage in a plea of debt.
John of Pichford, better attached v. Walter of Keles, goldsmith, in a plea of debt.
Richard of Hodesdone, baker, better distrained v. Belanger Breton in a plea of debt.
Adam atte Conduit, citizen and taverner of Bredstret, better distrained v. Isabella Reymond of Folham and William her son, in a plea of debt.
Ralph Beauflour, citizen and taverner of London, better distrained v. Berard de la Tour of Besaz in a plea of debt.
John of Hautone, kt., better attached v. John Pymme in a plea of debt.
John of Donewiz, clerk, better attached v. John Rastel in a plea of trespass.
Roger of Kynebautone, attached by his body v. Reiner Piggesfleshe in a plea of account.
Thomas Frembaud, executor of the will of Nicholas Frembraud, better distrained v. Thomas Coke in a plea of debt.
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 William 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. Harry Bidik in a plea of account.
Walter of Essex, better distrained v. Gilbert le Mareschal in a plea of debt.
[p. 42] Ralph Beauflour, attached by his body v Saunz Arnald of Castellion in a plea of account.
Walter Crepyn, better distrained v. Robert Belebarbe in a plea of debt.
Love-day between William of Daventre, pl., and Ralph le Portor and Agnes his wife in a plea of trespass, until the next court at the prayer of the parties. Without essoin.
Between John of Wrotham, pl., and Roger le Rede, baker, in a plea of debt, until the next court, etc.
Between John of Dallyngge, jun., pl., and John Coppedoke, poulter, in a plea of debt, until the next court etc.
Between Richer [sic.] of Refham, kt., pl., and Walter Longeman, in a plea of account, in respect, until etc.
Between Hugh of Wircestre, pl., and Bartholomew le Cotiller and [blank space] in a plea of trespass, until etc.
contra John of Pikenham, pl., appears v. Robert of Optone in a plea of debt. The def. had a day by his essoin, but does not come to make his law.
Therefore let him be summoned to appear at the next court to hear judgment concerning his default, etc.
contra John Tedemar, pl., appears v. William of Codyngtone in a plea of debt.
summoniciones [lines connect this note with all entries in section] The def. does not come to make his law. Therefore etc.
adhuc Henry of Ware, pl., appears v. Roger le Paumer in a plea of debt. The pl. does not come to make his law. Therefore etc.
adhuc Richard le Ussher, pl., appears v. William of Norhampton in a plea of debt. The def. does not come to make his law. Therefore etc.
adhuc Judgment between Stephen le Bole, pl., and John le Litle, William of Fondenhale and Richard of Wrenyngham in a plea of trespass, respited etc.
Judgment between Simon of Thorp, pl., and Walter le Founder in a plea of debt, respited etc.
Imparlance between Stephen of Creye, pl., and Thomas of Rocheford, of Waltham Holy Cross, in a plea of account, respited etc. until the next court by consent of the parties. The same Thomas is mainprised by the said Stephen.
proxima Judgment between Richer [sic.] of Refham, kt., pl., and the Prior of Bermundeseie in a plea of covenant, respited etc.
patrie in respectu Jury between John of Hereford, pl., and John le Walkere in a plea of trespass, respited etc.
Between Humphrey Staci, pl., and William of arondel in a plea of account.
Between William of Hallyngburi, pl., and James Beauflour in a plea of debt.
William of Messheford, pl., appears v. Edmund of Kersaultone, tailor, in a plea of trespass. The def. had a day to hear the verdict of the jury, but does not come. Therefore let the inquisition be taken. But because-
[p. 43] -the jurors do not come, it is respited.
The Court of the Bishop of London is granted for Mabel of Hakenere v. Katherine of Kretyngge in a plea of detention of chattels, and the sokereve of the said Bishop is ordered to do speedy justice to the parties, otherwise etc.
concordia
misericordia

Matthew of Essex, pl., v. John le Barber, opposite St. Benet Sherehog ['Boshog'] are agreed by licence of the court. Matthew remits etc. and
John puts himself in mercy.

misericordia
Thomas le Brewere, pl., and David le Cordewanere are agreed, by licence of the court in a plea of trespass. Thomas remits etc. and David puts
himself in mercy.
[m. 11d] concordia
misericordia
John of Martynscroft, pl., and Walter of Dorsete are agreed by licence
of the court in a plea of trespass, as above.
misericordia Gilbert of Wodham, pl., and Welham Wiot, jun., are agreed by licence
of the court, as above.
attornatiis John le Bakere of Pottenhethe, pl., appears v. John le Pleitor in a plea of debt. It is testified in court that the def. is infirm. Therefore the serjeant is ordered to receive from him an attorney to appear at the next court.
Nicholas Godman recognizes that he owes to William Godefray 4s. 2d. payable at the quindene.
John Suthwerk recognizes that he owes to Thomas Poyntel 6s. payable at the quindene.
William Godfray recognizes that he owes to adam de la Marche 2s. 9d. payable at the quindene.
John le White recognizes that he owes Henry Bifold 3s. payable at the quindene.
cogniciones Peter le Clerk, baker, recognizes that he owes to Walter Neel £6. 11. 6. payable at Michaelmas next following.
John le Tapicer recognizes that he owes Thomas Orpedeman 4d. payable at the quindene.
Richard atte Hawe recognizes that he owes Henry Bifold 13s. 2d. payable at the quindene.
Gilbert le Rede and Julaina his wife recognize that they owe John Elis 73s. payable at the quindene by Thomas of Buri his attorney.
Walter of Bosham recognizes that he owes Roger Poyntel 10s. payable at the
quindene.
[These eleven appointments are omitted from transcript CLA/025/CT/01/002]
John de la Chaumbre, pl., appoints as his attorney Roger Wolleward v. Matilda Russels in a plea of debt, and also in a plea of trespass.
Warinus le White, Esterlynge, pl., appoints as his attorney Roger Wolleward v. John Clerk in all suits.
John de Mallyngge, def., appoints as his attorney William of Reille v. Alice who was the wife of John of Brichford, executrix of the will of the same John of Brichford, and others, in a plea of debt.
Hugh of Wircestre, pl., appoints as his attorney Thomas of Buri v. Bartholomew le Cotill and others in a plea of trespass.
John of Hanyfeld, pl., appoints as his attorney William of Reille v. William Alisaundre in a plea of account.
Andrew of Tyndale, pl., appoints as his attorney Thomas of Buri v. Richard Trewelove in a plea of debt.
attornati
The same Andrew, pl., appoints as his attorney the same Thomas v. Richard of Alegate in a plea of debt.
The same Andrew, def., appoints as his attorney the same thomas v. Richard of Lyncolne in a plea of debt.
Richard of Perero, kt., pl., appoints as his attorney Roger Wolleward v. simon of Abyndon in a plea concerning the detention of one bill of the King's Waedrobe.
Adam de la March, pl., appoints as his attorney Adam of Estelyngfeld v. William of Cakeston and others in pleas of trespass and debt.
William of Alegate, pl., appoints as his attorney Robery of Thame v. the pripr of the order of St Augustine and a certain brother of the same house in a plea of debt.
Richard Crallynge was attached by writ de minis v. William le Meleward of Norhampton to find pledges of peace viz. William le Chaundeler, David of Enefeld, Thomas of Riplowe, Thomas le Porter, William Broun and Thomas of Lyncolne.
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plegii de
pace
Pledges of peace of William of Henle v. Robert of Burtone by writ de minis:-
William Sterre, Walter of Merstone, William Wiot, John le Ken, William Momby, and William of Reille.
Pledges of Thomas of Canterbury and John Rose v. Simon of Leicestre by writ de minis:- Roger of Kent, Simon of Blekkes, tailor, John Cole, John Rose, painter, Thomas of Canterbury, tailor, and Nicholas of Cranle.
Richard of Chichestre - misericordia - in mercy because did not prosecute his suit v. Thomas Carlel in a plea of trespass.
Gilbert of Louycote in mercy, as above, v. William Coke and Maude his wife in a plea of debt.
The same William and Maude in mercy because they did not come.
Geoffrey Ambrose, 'surigen', in mercy because he did not prosecute his plaint v. Adam of Leicestre in a plea of trespass.
The same Adam in mercy because he did not come.
Humphrey Staci in mercy because he did not prosecute etc. v. William of Arondel in a plea of trespass.
The same William in mercy because he did not come.
Richard of Bolyngtone in mercy because he did not prosecute etc. v. Ralph, son of Roger Bordel, in a plea of account.
The same Ralph in mercy because he did not come.
Thomas of Norhamptone in mercy because he did not prosecute etc. v. Master Walter of Thorp and John of Leutone in a plea of debt.
The same Master Walter and John in mercy because they did not come.
Thomas le Brewere in mercy because he did not prosecute etc. v. David
of Leicestre in a plea of trespass.
The same David in mercy because he did not come.
Simon of Donyngtone in mercy because he did not prosecute etc. v. John of
Bremesle, sen., in a plea of debt.
The same John in mercy because he did not come.
Nicholas atte Castel in mercy because he did not prosecute, etc. v. Ralph the shoemaker in a plea of the detention of a super tunic.
Henry of Farnberwe, 'coffrer', in mercy because he did not prosecute etc. v. John of Bardeneie in a plea of trespass.
The same John in mercy because he did not come.
Robert Paternostrer, 'brewere', in mercy because he did not prosecute etc. v. Hugh of Warwick in a plea of trespass.
Ralph Manyman in mercy because he did not prosecute etc. v. Lawrence of Hadham in a plea of trespass.
The same Lawrence in mercy because he did not come.
Master Walter of Thorp in mercy for a default v. Thomas of Norhamtone in a plea of debt.
John Braban, 'carnyfex', in mercy for a default v. John of Perers in a plea of debt.
Robert of Belyngge in mercy for a default v. Robert atte Hegge in a plea of debt.
Roger, son of John Russel in mercy for a default v. Stephen of Creie in a plea of account.
[p. 45] Ralph Shadewe in mercy for a default v. John of Perers in a plea of debt.
misericordia Nicholas Godman in mercy for a default v. William Godefrai in a plea of debt.
Roger le Glasiere in mercy for default v. Roger Elis in a plea of trespass.
William of Moundene, copour, in mercy for default v. Henry of Bifold in a plea of debt.
William of Redyngge in mercy for default v. William Sprot in a plea of debt.
Richard Cros in mercy for default v. Stephen Aleyn in a plea of debt.
William of Goford, pelter, in mercy for default v. Adam le Chapelayn in a plea of covenant.
Henry of Walford, executor of the will of Beatrice atte Berg' in mercy for default v. Walter le Callere in a plea of debt.
Roger le Shethere in mercy for default v. Alice, servant of Gerard le Latoner in a plea of trespass.
Walter of Botham in mercy for default v. Roger Payntel in a plea of debt.
Henry le Sawiere in mercy for default v. Richard le Clerk in a plea of trespass.
William le Hore in mercy for default v. Henry Deordai in a plea of debt.
Walter of Papworth in mercy because he did not prosecute etc. v. Thomas of Wynton', 'buriller', in a plea of debt.
The same Thomas in mercy because he did not come.
Richard atte Hawe in mercy for default v. Henry Bifold in a plea of debt.
Peter le Clerke, baker, in mercy for default v. Walter Neel in a plea of debt.
Henry Goce in mercy for default v. John of Leuesham in a plea of debt.
Gilbert le Rede in mercy for default v. John Elis in a plea of debt.
Walter Longeman in mercy for default v. Richer [sic.] de Refham in a plea of account.
Stephen Vyncent in mercy for default v. David Scot in a plea of trespass.
Peter of Lodelawe in mercy for default v. Walter del Hay, pelter, in a plea of trespass.
John of Martynscroft in mercy for not prosecuting etc. v. Thomas le Poter in a plea of trespass.
Estman le Litle in mercy for not prosecuting etc. v. Roger atte Watre, butcher, in a plea of debt.
The same Roger in mercy because he did not come.
William le Chaundeler in mercy for default v. John of Kyngestone and Alice his wife in a plea of debt.
William le Clerke of Excestre in mercy for not prosecuting etc. v. Thomas of Hales.
The same Thomas in mercy because he did not come.
cogniciones William Bacheler, butcher, acknowledges that he owes John le Peres, butcher,
50s., payable at the quindene.
John Braban, butcher, acknowledges that he owes John of Peres 13s. 4d. payable at the quindene.
[p. 46] Philip of Ufford, Richard of Bromfeld and William Bullock acknowledge that they are bound to pay to Richard of Gloucestre, alderman, £4.0.0 at the quindene.
misericordia Thomas Doget, def. appears v. Lucy de la Porte in a plea of trespass. The said Lucy was pl., but now she does not prosecute her plaint. Therefore she and her pledges are in mercy.