Sheriffs' Court Roll, 1320
Membrane 18 (transcript pp.64-69)

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[m. 18] Court of John of Prestone, sheriff of London, held on Tuesday after the feast of the Decollation of St. John the Baptist, 14 Edward II [2nd Sept. 1320]
proxima John, clerk of all Hallows, def., v. Warin le Wyght, 'Esterlynge', in a plea of trespass, whereupon a jury, by Thoms Orpedeman.
Robert of Tame, attorney of John of Doftone, def., v. William le Chaundeler in a plea of debt, whereupon law, by Thomas Orpedeman.
Robert of Gunneby attorney of John of Yemeseye, pl, v. Margery, relict of Peter of Bolintone, and John of Stanstede, executor of the will of Peter, in a plea of debt, whereupon a jury, by R. of Rothinge.
John of Cornhulle, attorney of Alexander le Settere, def., v. Robert of Woxebregge concerning the making of his law, in a plea of debt of R. Scot.
Richard le Cordewaner, def., v. Maude of Berkinge in a plea of trespass, whereupon a jury, by R Scot.
Denise, wife of the said Richard v. the same, by the same.
Margery, wife of John Cobbe, def., concerning the making of her law v. Richard Dask, in a plea of debt, by R. Scot.
Gilbert le Rede, def, v. John of Bledelowe in a plea of debt, by S. of Bury.
Juliana, wife of the same Gilbert v. the same concerning the same, by the same.
Gilbert of Dullingham, def., v. William of Hertingge in a plea of debt, by S. of Buri.
John of Wrotham, def., concerning the making of his law v. Roger le Rede in a plea of debt, by J. Stubbard.
John of Upton, def., concerning the making of his law, v. Elen Scot in a plea of debt, by Thomas Orpedeman.
John of Draytone, pl., v. Roger of Mimmes in a plea of trespass, whereupon-
[p. 65] -a jury, by the same.
John le Litle, def., v. Andrew of Seccheford in a plea of trespass, whereupon judgment, by R. of Rothyngge.
William Reyner, def., v. the same in the same, by the same.
John Baldewyne, def., v. the same in the same, by the same.
John le Ferroun, 'felmongere', def., v. Andrew of Seccheford in a plea of debt, by the same.
William le Pulter, 'wyndraghere', def., v. William of Stratford in a plea of debt, by the same.
John Godefrey, carpenter, def., v. Elen le Sherman in a plea of trespass, by the same.
John of Thunderle, def., v. Walter atte Cunduyt in a plea of debt, by the same.
Richard of Rothingge, def., v. Ralph le Portour in a plea of trespass, by the same.
Isabella, wife of the same Richard, def., v. the same in the same, by the same.
Thomas son of the said Richard and Isabella, def., v. the same in the same, by the same.
William of Suthamptone vicar of St. Lawrence Jewry, def., v. Henry of Abyndone and Joan his wife in a plea of detention of chattels, by the same.
Simon of Wyltone, def., v. William of Hakeneye in a plea of debt, by the same.
Peter of Haliwelle, def., concerning the making of his law v. William, prior of St. Bartholomew's Hospital, in a plea of debt, by the same.
vacat William le Foundour, def., v. Robert Hauteyn, glover, in a plea of trespass, by the same.
Copin le Barber, def., concerning the making of his law v. Peter of Ware in a plea of debt, by N. of Cranele.
Payn the chaplain, def., v. Wilton of Wyke, servant ['vallettus'] of Walter of Drokenesford, in a plea of trespass, by the same.
The same Walter v. the same concerning the same, by the same.
John of Cloptone, def., v. William Pecok in a plea of debt, by the same.
The same William Pecoke v. the same William of Cloptone of the same, by the same.
Richard le Skynnere, living next Hamo le Barber, def., v. Lambert le Rakiere of the ward of Queenhithe in a plea of trespass, by J. Scot.
The same Lambert in the same, by the same.
Estmar le Litle, 'bocher', def., v. James Mantel, 'bocher', in a plea of debt, by
N. of Cranele.
William of Dullingham, def., v. James Mantel in a plea of debt, by the same.
Cristiana la Inelere, def., v. Walter of Whystone in a plea of detention of chattels, by the same.
John son of John of Fincham, def., v. Nicholas of Hedersete in a plea of trespass, by the same.
Henry Pente, def., v. the same in the same, by the same.
The same Nicholas concerning the same John and Henry, by J. Scot.
Richard of Barsham, def., v. Nicholas of Bristol in a plea of account, by Thomas Orpedeman.
The same Nicholas v. the said Richard in the same, by Thomas of Buri.
[p. 66] Alice la Heymongere, living in St. Lawrence Lane in Candelwykestrete, def., v. Beatrice of Hopestone in a plea of covenant, by Nicholas of Cranele.
Walter of Montacute, def., v. Nicholas of Draytone in a plea of debt, by S. of Bury. Reyna, wife of the said Walter, appears by attorney, etc.
Alice, servant of Gerard le Latoner, pl., v. Roger le Shethere, concerning the receiving of his law in a plea of trespass, by R. of Rothyngge.
Henry of Abyndone, pl., v. William of Suthamptone, vicar of St. Lawrence Jewry, in a plea of the detention of chattels, by R. of Rothyngge.
Joan, wife of the same Henry, in the same v. the same, by the same.
Richard le Joignour, def., v. Henry of Abyndone and Joan his wife in a plea of covenant, by N. of Cranle.
Juliana, wife of the same Richard, v. the same Henry and Joan etc.
The same Richard and Juliana, defs, v. the same in a plea of trespass, by the same.
vacat quia habet
diem sine essoin
Simon Larmurer, def., v. Richard of Nasyngge, 'seynturer', in a plea of trespass, by John Stobbard.
Robert of Osprenge, taverner, def., v. Alexander of Honilane in a plea of debt, by the same.
Henry Andrew, pl., v. Geoffrey of Leghe in a plea of trespass, whereupon a jury, by Thomas Orpedeman.
Alice, relict of John le Pleytour, executrix of the will of the said John, def., v. John le Pestour of Pottenhuthe in a plea of debt, by Nicholas of Cranle.
John of Dereby, another executor of the said John le Pleytour, def., v. the same, in the same, by the same.
William le Clerke of Grascherche, co-executor of the will of the aforesaid John, def., v. the same, in the same, by the same.
Benet Newman, def., v. Henry le Callere in a plea of trespass, by W. of Reyle.
Richard of Wrenyngham, def., v. Walter le Callere in a plea of debt, by R. of Rothynge.
John Godfrey, def., v. Elen la Shereman in a plea of trespass, by the same.
Peter of Haliwelle, def., v. Henry of Nichole in a plea of debt, by the same.
Roger le Lung, def., v. Emma Gornard in a plea of trespass, by R. Scot.
Bernard of Aryngy of Florence, def., v. Doffo Ody, merchant of Luca in a plea of account, by Thomas Orpedeman.
Walter of Hakeneye, def., v. Walter le Heymongere in a plea of debt, by R. Scot.
Richard of Wallyngford, def., v. Richard Haldeyn and Matilda his wife in a plea of trespass, by the same.
Roger le Rede, def., v. Richard of Dorkingge in a plea of debt, by the same.
William of Honesdone, def., v. Ralph Maniman in a plea of trespass, by R. of Rothyngge.
proxima Thomas of Cornhulle, executor of the will of William of Cornhulle, def., v.,
William Scot, 'pessoner', in a plea of debt, by Thomas Orpedeman.
proxima The same William v. the same Thomas concerning the same, by R. Scot.
William of Pertenhale, pl., v. Thomas Sheyl, baker, in a plea of debt, by S. of Buri.
John of Kyngestone, shoemaker, def., v. Robert of Finchingfeld in a plea of trespass-
[p. 67] -by Thomas Orpedeman.
The same John v. the same Robert in a plea of debt, by the same.
Robert of Redebourne, def., v. Simon le Hodere in a plea of trespass, by W. of Reyl.
Henry Bateman, def., v. Simon le Blake, 'hodere', by R. of Rothyngge.
Alice wife of Andrew of Tyndale, def., v. Simon le Hodere in a plea of the detention of a tunic, by the same. The said Andrew appears.
John le Pestour of Pottenhuthe in a plea of debt, by Nicholas of Cranle.
proxima Robert Saillebien, def., v. James of Mareys in a plea of debt, by the same.
John of Romeseye, 'taillour', def., v. Agnes, relict of James le Botiller, John of Hardingham, Geoffrey of Cudendene and William of Macchinge, executors of the will of the said James, in a plea of debt, by the same.
Richard of Aumesbury, def., v. Robert of Lodelawe in a plea of trespass, by the same.
vacat quia alibi Gilbert le Rede, def., v. John of Bledelowe in a plea of debt, by the same.
[m 18d.] Lettice, wife of John of Kent, def., v. Juliana la Lavendere in a plea of detention of chattels, by W. of Reyle. John appears.
vacat quia alibi Gilbert le Rede, def., v. John of Bledelowe in a plea of debt, by the same. Juliana, wife of the said Gilbert, appears.
John of Mallyngge, def., v. John of Bricheford, John of Eppewelle and Alice his wife, executors of the will of John of Bricheford, in a plea of debt, by the same. Isabella wife of the same John of Malynes appears.
vacat quia infra Richard of Routhinge, carpenter, def., v. Ralph of Oxford, portour in a plea of trespass, by the same.
vacat quia infra Isabella, wife of the same Richard v. the same in the same, by the same.
vacat quia infra Thomas, son of the said Richard, def., v, the same in the same, by the same.
vacat quia infra John of Thunderle, def., v. Walter atte Cunduyt in a plea of debt, by R. Scot.
Richard le Fruter, def., v. William of Stratford in a plea of debt, by the same.
Hugh le Puleter, def., v. William of Stratford in a plea of debt, by the same.
William of Norhamptone, cordwainer, def., v. William of Hakeneye, 'tannour', in a plea of debt, by the same.
John Stedeman, def., v. William of Hakeneye in a plea of debt, by the same.
Stephen of Excestre, def., v. Edmund of Kersautone and Alice his wife in a plea of trespass, by the same.
Walter Lucas, def., v. Hamo le Carter in a plea of debt, by R. of Rothynnge.
Stephen Thomas def., v. the same Hamo concerning the same, by N. of Cranle.
vacat William le Foundour, def., v Robert Hauteyn, in a plea of trespass, by R. Rothynngge.
Richard Larmurer of Fletestrete, distrained v. Henry of Kent, paternostrer, in a plea of trespass.
Richard le Feytour of St. Paul's, pl., appears by essoins v. Alexander le Brewere - misericordia - in a plea of trespass.
Bartholomew Deumars, pl., appears by essoin v. William le Bokeler, son of Walter le Bokeler in a plea of debt. The def., summoned, does not come. Therefore let him be distrained.
Matthew of Redeham, better attached v. William of Helghthorp of Lincoln and the others named in the writ de minis.
[p. 68] solvit Walter Nel, pl., appears v. Thomas Sheil - misericordia - in a plea of debt. The def., summoned, does not come. Therefore let him be distrained.
The same Thomas, distrained v. John of Bledelowe in a plea of debt.
The same Thomas, distrained v. John of Pertenale - misericordia - in a plea of debt.
John le Spicer, living in Phelipeslane, Agnes his wife and Dulcia Paramour, better attached v. William of Reile and Alice his wife in a plea of trespass.
Geoffrey Beauflour, pl., appears v. William de la Hune, taverner; the def., attached, does not come. Therefore let him be better attached.
Richard, son of John of Canterbury, and William of Sudberi, better attached by writ de minis v. Walter ate Watre, Alice Beledame and Agnes la Chaundelere.
Alexander of Lincoln, clerk, pl., appears v. Isabella Seintcler - misericordia - in a plea of trespass. The def. attached, does not come. Therefore let her be better attached.
Robert of Lodelawe, pl., appears v. Richard of Aumesburi of London, goldsmith, in a plea of trespass. The def. attached, does not appear. Therefore let him be better attached.
John of Eppewelle and Alice his wife, pls., appear v. Walter of Halghford in a plea of debt. The def. does not come. Therefore let him be distrained.
John atte Coke, brewer, pl., appears v. Geoffrey of Holebourne. The latter, attached, does not come. Therefore let him be better attached.
It is testified by the serjeant that Walter Longeman has nothing in his bailiwick by which he can be attached v. Richer [sic.] of Refham, kt., in a plea of account. Therefore let him be attached by his body.
proxima Martin of Eltham, taverner, distrained v. Nicholas of Dynesle in a plea of debt
non sum[mitur] Walter Bullok, taverner, distrained v. Alexander of Honylane in a plea of debt.
Nicholas of Bentele, distrained v. Agnes, relict of Robert Heyne, Robert Nel, and William le Taverner, 'hosiere', executors of the will of the said Robert, in a plea of debt.
John le Skirmysour, attached v. John le Faite in a plea of trespass.
Geoffrey Sterre, distrained v. William of Algate in a plea of covenant.
William of Redying, brewer, distrained v. William Sprot, 'batour', in a plea of account.
Richard Heyne, baker, and Maude his wife, distrained v. John of Donstaple, clerk, in a plea of detention of a bond.
John Javin - misericordia -, servant of William Hervi, def., attached v. Richard of Coupeland in a plea of trespass.
proxima Manent Francisci, better attached v. Guido Jacobi and Jacob Totti of Luca, citizens and merchants of London, in a plea of debt.
proxima John de la Myne of London, distrained v. Nicholas of Dinesle in a plea of debt.
Walter Lucas, distrained v. John of Bledelawe in a plea of debt.
William of Honesdone, distrained v. Ralph Manyman in a plea of debt.
Juliana Tholosan, distrained v. William Wastel in a plea of debt.
William of Alegate, distrained v. Geoffrey Sterre in a plea of debt.
proxima Robert of Torteville, distrained v. William Rosscelyn in a plea concerning the
[p. 69] Gerard le Fruter, attached, by a horse, v. John le Fruter in a plea of trespass.
Nicholas of Bentele - misericordia - distrained v. Walter Neel in a plea of debt.
John le Tilere, distrained v.Thomas of Hakeneye in a plea of debt.
The Prior of the Order of St. Augustine and Friar Guy of the same order, distrained v. William of Alegate in a plea of debt.
Thomas Dieu, distrained v. Richard le Chaundeler of Douegate in a plea of debt.
proxima Simon of Abindon, distrained v. Richard of Perers in a plea of detention concerning a royal wardrobe bill.
William of Widdeslade, distrained v. William of Bidik in a plea of account.
proxima The Prior of Bermondeseye and William Cauche, monk of the house, attached v. Thomas Bonrouncyn in a plea of trepass.
Thomas of Walpol, better attached v. Robert de la Porte in a plea of trespass.
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William Wastel, pl., appears v. Lawrence le Tournour of Eppynghethe, brother Thomas of Eppyngberi and Hugh of Pikering, baker, executors of the will of John of Derbi, parson of St. Mildred's, in a plea of debt. The serjeant testifies that the said Lawrence and Thomas have nothing in London whereby they can be brought to justice. Therefore let them be separated and let Hugh Pikeryng be distrained. Hugh of Pikeryng to be distrained.
proxima
John Postle of Kynggestone, better attached v. Robert le Blunt in a plea of trespass.
Alice la Wynour, better distrained v. Reginald atte Condut in a plea of debt.
William le Gauger, better attached v. Roger of Southcote in a plea of trespass.
It is testified by the serjeant that Martin of Aumesberi has nothing whereby he could be brought to judgment. Therefore the serjeant is ordered to attach him by his body v. Robert of la Porte in a plea of trespass.
John of Hadham, John of Offord and Richard Bromfeld, distrained v. Richard of Gloucester, alderman, in a plea of debt.
William of Ely, 'pelter', better distrained v. Margery la Bonere in a plea of debt.
John de la Barre, distrained v. Richard Cros in a plea of detention of chattels.
Hugh of Paris and Alice his wife, better distrained v. John Brus in a plea of debt.
John Stailbard and Alice his wife, better distrained v. Agnes, relict of James le Botiller, John of Hardingham, Geoffrey le Botoner and William of Machinge, executors of the will of the said James, in a plea of debt.