Sheriffs' Court Roll, 1320
Membrane 19 (transcript pp.69-75)

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[m. 19] William of Bristoll, 'boucher', attached by his body v. John of Camefelde, 'boucher', in a plea of account.
Richard of Hodesdone, baker, attached by his body v. Martin of Paris-
[p. 70] -in a plea of account.


It is testified by the serjeant that Thomas of Bromesierde has nothing whereby he can he distrained. It is therefore ordered that he be attached by his body v. Nicholas of Tukesberi in a plea of trespass.

John le Mareschal of Walebroc, better distrained v. Thomas of Hameldene in a plea of debt.

Adam of Eli, of London - misericordia -, merchant, jun., distrained v. Thomas of Hameldene in a plea of debt.

The same - misercordia -, better distrained v. Henry Dymmoke in a plea of account.

Roger Chauntecler, better distrained v. William of Fourneys in a plea of account.


Philip, son of John Beauneys, better distrained v. Agnes, relict of James le Botiller, John of Hardingham, Geoffrey of Cutendene, and William of Macchinge, executors of the will of the said James, in a plea of debt.
William of Fourneys, 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. Geoffrey Beauflour in a plea of debt.

Gilbert le Rede and Juliana his wife, better distrained v. Robert le Hore in a plea of debt.
Bernard of Pouche, better distrained v. Augustine le Walays in a plea of account.

Thomas of Baldok, better distrained v. Stephen of Abindon and Hamo of Chiggewelle in a plea of debt.
John Joce, kt., better distrained v. Robert Borman in a plea of debt.

John Denys of Canterbury, 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 debt.

Nicholas Crane, Thomas of Beri, butcher, Robert le Treyere, better distrained v. John Priour and William of Fourneys in a plea of debt.

Nicholas Crane and John of Warle, better distrained v. the said John and William in a plea of debt.

Robert of Kent, sen., attached by his body v. Robert of Westele in a plea of account.
John Dosynoun, better attached v. Hugh le Fourbour in a plea of covenant.

James Beauflour, better distrained v. Giles Fanard, merchant of Pene in Ageneys in a plea of debt.
Robert of Donmowe, pl., appears v. Margaret, relict of Ralph of Farneham, and John Sausemer, executors of the will of the said Ralph, who had a day by attachment, do not come. They have made four defaults. Therefore let the attachment be delivered to the pl. by mainprise.
Mary, relict of William of Goldyngham, William Quynci - verificanit - and William-
[p. 71] -of Wedryngsete, executors of the will of William of Goldyngham, better attached v. Roger le Botiller in a plea of debt.
Proxima [lines connect this note to 6 preceeding and 9 following cases] Isabella Knokyn, Thomas of Eytone, Roger Carels and Ralph Restwolde, executors of the will of John Knokyn, better attached v. Roger Sauvage in a plea of debt.
Ralph Beauflour, citizen and taverner of London, better distrained v. Bernard de la Tour of Besaz in a plea of debt.
It is testified by the serjeant that John of Donewiz, clerk, has nothing in London whereby he can be attached. Therefore let him be attached by his body v. John Rastel in a plea of trespass.
Roger of Kynebautone, attached by his body v. Reyner Pigesflesshe in a plea of account.
Thomas Frembaud, executor of the will of Nicholas Frembaud, better distrained v. Thomas Coke in a plea of debt.
Walter Hud, chaplain, of St. Albans, attached by his body v. John of Peres, Reymond of St. Clements, Gerard of Bide, and John of Stoketone, executors of the will of W. Seruat, in a plea of account.
The same Walter, attached by his body v. the said executors in a plea of trespass.
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.
Walter Crepyn, better distrained v. Robert Belebarbe in a plea of debt.
Robert of Kent of London, better distrained v. Thomas of Spaigne in a plea of account.
John Hereward, attached by his body v. Henry of Bidike in a plea of account.
William of Speresholt and Alice his wife, distrained v. Richard of Reynham and Nicholas atte Holmes and Lucy his wife, executors of the will of Nicholas atte Holmes in a plea of debt.
The same William, distrained v. the said executors in a plea of debt.
Simon le Armurer, better attached v. Richard of Nasyngge in a plea of trespass after a love-day.
Thomas le Barber of la Tourstrete, better distrained v. Richard of Crepelgate, blader, in a plea of debt.
separetur Burgia, relict of Richard of Harle, executor of the said Richard.
jurata Judgment between Stephen le Bole, pl., and John le Litle, William of Fundenhale and Richard of Wrenyngham in a plea of trespass, in respite etc.
jurata Between Simon of Thorpe, pl., and Walter le Foundor in a plea of debt.
Imparlance between Stephen of Creie, pl., and Thomas of Rocheford of Waltham Holy Cross in a plea of account, in respite etc. The def. is mainprised by the pl.
proxima Judgment between Richer [sic.] of Refham, kt., pl., and the Prior of Bermundeseie in a plea of convenant, in respite etc.
[p. 72] Between Richard Cros. pl., and Stephen Aleyn in a plea of debt, in respite.
Between Stephen Aleyn, pl., and Richard Cros in a plea of debt, in respite.
Jury between Stephen of Uptone, pl., and John of Writele in a plea of trespass in respite for default of jurors.
Between Roger Elis, pl., and Roger le Glasiere in a plea of trespass, in respite.
Between John of Exestre, pl., and Thomas of Borham, jun., in a plea of trespass, in respite etc.
proxima Between John of Gout, pl., and Robert of Thame in a plea of debt, in respite etc.
Between Richard Heigne and Maude his wife, pl., and the executors of the will of Robert Heigne in a plea of debt, in respite etc.
Between John of the Chamber, pl., and Maude Russels in a plea of debt, in respite etc.
Love-day between Maikin Abraham, 'parmenter', pl., and Roger le Glasiere in a plea of trespass, in respite etc.
Between William of Stratford, pl., and Richard atte Marche and Agnes his wife in a plea of debt etc.
summonitiones iijs. vjd. John of Kyngestone and Alice his wife, pls., appear v. Agnes, wife of William le Chaundeler, in a plea of debt. The said Agnes had a day to make her law but does not come. Therefore let her be summoned.
iiijs. Joce le Gentil, pl., appears v. Thomas of Redyngge, pelter, in a plea of
debt. The said Thomas had a day, etc., but does not come. Therefore let him be attached, etc.
Ralph Manyman, pl., appears v. Roger of Edelmetone in a plea of trespass. Roger etc. does not come. Therefore let him be attached etc.
proxima
iijs vjd.
John of Kyngestone, pl, appears v. Agnes wife of William le Chaundeler in a plea of debt. Agnes has a day etc., but does not come. Therefore, let her be summoned, etc.
attornatus John le Porter, glover, pl., appears v. Robert of Newmarket, chaplain, in a plea of trespass. It is testified in court that the said Robert is so infirm that he cannot come. The serjeant is therefore ordered to go to him and receive his attorney.
convincatur Henry of Ware appears v. Roger le Paumer in a plea of debt, concerning 42d. The said Roger had a day to hear his judgment for default in making his law, but he does not come. Therefore let him be convicted of the said debt.
[m. 19d.]
concordia
misericordia
Richard le Clerk, pl., and Henry le Sawiere, in a plea of trespass, are agreed by licence of the court; the agreement being that Richard remits to the said Henry all his trespass, and Henry puts himself in mercy.
[p. 73] Henry Goce acknowledges that he owes John of Leuesham 27s.8d., payable at the quindene.
John Ruffyn to James Maritel 4s. 4½d. payable at the quindene.
cognitiones Thomas, called Coke, chandler, to John de la Rokele, 100s. payable etc.
John Pynnote, 'bocher', to Simon of Norhampton, 15s.
John Priour, 'fourbor', to the same Simon, 16d.
Walter Karioun and Christina his wife to James Martel, 'bocher', 4s. 6d. etc.
misericordia John Hamond, cook, pl., appears v. William atte Rie in a plea of trespass, and asks license to recede from his plaint.
attachiamentum Robert of Osprenge, Isabella his wife and Roger Chauntecler, better attached
v. Walter, son of Martin of Aumbesbery, in a plea of trespass, whereupon record.
Pledges of peace of Thomas Coke, chaundeler, attached at the suit of Peter of Gunewiz by writ de minis:- Lawrence atte Gate, Robert Sailleberi, Adam of Pountfreit, Geoffrey le Hodere, William Clerk, poulter, and Robert of Meltone.
manucaptores
de pace
Pledges of Adam le Danbere and Alice his daughter v. John le Fol:-
Nicholas of Perndone, Bartholomew le Barber, Robert Hanteyn, Walter le Haftere, John Benico and Richard le White.
Pledges of Walter Neel, John Fraunceis and Robert Gonnebi, attached at the suit of Richard Heyne by writ de minis :- Richard Daske, Reginald Wolleward, Andrew of Tyndale, William of Reille, John of Horwode, John of Cornhulle and Thomas Bonroncyn.
Pledges of John Graunt, William Smith, Nicholas le Taillor v. Walter of Chesewike, Gerard le Barber, Richard of Mordone, Robert Faber, John le Chaundeler, Hugh of Hertford, Peter le Latoner, Michael le Taverner of Holbourne, William of Belhous and John of Blumptone.
Richard Haldeyn and Maude his wife, pls., appoint Robert of Thame their attorney in a plea of trespass v. Richard of Wallyngford.
Walter Gladewyne, attorney of William atte Wey, def., in a plea of debt v. Thomas atte Teie, tighlere, and Alice his wife.
John of Cornhulle, attorney of Nicholas, parson of St. Benet, Grescherche, pl., in a plea of debt v. Walter of Montacute and Reina his wife.
William of Reille, attorney of Ralph Postel of Kyngestone, pl., v. William Kyrghehous in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Buri, attorney of Reina, wife of Walter Mountagu in a plea of debt v. Nicholas of Dreitton.
Adam Orpedeman, attorney of Simon le Taillor and Amice his wife, executrix of the will of John Reyner, Adam Honteman and John Smart, co-executors of the will of the said John, v. Amice, relict of John of Kyngestone, Walter Clanehond, and Robert of Ditton, executors of the will of John of Kyngestone.
Robert of Gonneby, attorney of Walter le Heymongere, pl., v. Walter of Hakeneie, butcher, in plea of debt.
[p. 74] Robert of Thame, attorney of John of Brechford, executor of the will of John of Brechford, John of Yepwelle and Alice his wife, executrix of the said will, v. John of Mallyngge and Isabella his wife in a plea of debt.
The same Robert, attorney of John of Epewelle and Alice his wife, pls., in a plea of debt v. Walter of Halghford.
John of Horwode, attorney of Beatrix of Hopertone, pl., v. Alice le Heymongere in a plea of covenant.
Adam of Heselyngfeld, attorney of Simon le Blake, pl., v. Robert Beneit of Buntyngford in a plea of trespass.
The same Adam, attorney of the same Simon, v. Henry Batheman in a plea of trespass.
attornati William of Momby, attorney of Richard of Lyncolne, pl., v. Andrew of
Tyndale in a plea of debt.
The same William, attorney of the same Richard, v. the same Andrew and Alice his wife in a plea of the detention of a tunic.
Robert of Gonnebi, attorney of Thomas le Brewere, pl., v. Thomas Sheil in a plea of debt.
Reginald Wolleward, attorney of John of Bledelawe, pl., v. Gilbert le Rede and Juliana his wife in a plea of debt.
Robert of Thame, attorney of William of Hakeneie, tanner, v. William of Norhamptone, cordwainer in a plea of debt.
The same Robert, attorney of the same William v. John Stedeman in a plea of debt.
The same Robert, attorney of the same William, v. Simon of Walton in a plea of debt.
Adam of Heselyngfeld, attorney of Simon le Hodere, pl., v. Robert of Redebourne in a plea of trespass.
John of Cornhulle, attorney of Emma Gornard, pl., v. Roger le Lung, in a plea of trespass.
William Momby, attorney of Elen, relict of William le Sherman, pl., v. John Godefrai, carpenter, in a plea of debt.
Robert of Gonnebi, attorney of Richard Dorkyn, pl., v. Roger le Rede in a plea
of debt.
Robert of Thame, attorney of Simon le Callere and Henry of Mortelake, executors of the will of Beatrice atte Borgate, defs., v. William le Callere in a plea of debt.
Thomas of Buri, attorney of Ralph Manyman, pl., v. William of Honesdone in a plea of trespass.
The same Thomas, attorney of Andrew of Sechesford and John of Pikenham, pls., v. John Feroun in a plea of debt.
John of Cornhulle, attorney of Manent Fraunceis, def., v. Guy Jacobi and Jacob Totti of Luca, citizens and merchants of London, in a plea of debt.
William of Momby, attorney of Henry of Abyndon and Joan his wife v. Richard le Joignour and Juliana his wife in a plea of debt.
Robert of Gonneby or John of Cornhulle, attorneys of Walter Neel, pl., v. Thomas Sheil in a plea of debt.
Adam of Heselyngfeld, attorney of Hugh of Pikeryngge, def., v. William-
[p. 75] -Wastel in a plea of debt.
John of Cornhulle, attorney of John le Verrer, def., v. Stephen of Creie in a plea of debt.
John of Horwode, attorney of Walter of Aumesbery, pl., v. Robert of Osprenge, taverner, and Isabella his wife, Roger Chauntecler and William le Neve, 'fourbour', in a plea of trespass.
Thomas of Bury, attorney of Nigel le Carpenter, def., v. Richard of Notyngham, in a plea of covenant.
Reginald Wolleward, attorney of Robert Hauteyn, pl., v. William le Foundor, in a plea of trespass.
Thomas of Buri, attorney of Walter le Callere, pl., v. Richard of Wrenyngham, in a plea of debt.
The same Thomas, attorney of Robert of Fynchyngeld, pl., v. John of Kyngestone, cordwainer, in a plea of debt.
cognitio Martin Bright, in his proper person, John of Coppedoke by William of Reille, his attorney and John atte Hill in his proper person, acknowledge a debt of 38s. payable to John of Dallyngge, jun., at the quindene.