Sheriffs' Court Roll, 1320
Membrane 25 (transcript pp.91-94)

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Membrane 25

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fecit legem
lex ad quindenam
Richard le Joignour and Juliana his wife were attached to answer Henry of Abyndone and Joan his wife in a plea of trespass. The pls. complain that on Friday after Pentecost, 13 Edward II [23rd May, 1320] the defs. came to their house in Westsmethefelde and assaulted the said Joan, carrying off silk girdles, gold rings and brooches, to the pls.' damage £20. 0. 0. The defs. come and Juliana, with her husband's consent, wages her law. Afterwards she came and made her law. It is therefore adjudged that the pls. take nothing for their plaint, but-
[p. 92] misericordia -be amerced. Juliana is quit.
patria A jury of Phelipeslane is summoned to recognize whether Dulcia Paramour on Tuesday after the feast of St. Bartholomew, 14 Edward II [26th August, 1320], assaulted Alice, wife of William of Reyle, with force and arms at Phelipeslane. The def. puts herself upon her country, and is mainprised by Thomas of Dadington and Hugh Pouke. Afterwards the jury comes and returnes a verdict of not guilty. Pls. in mercy, def. sine die.
patria in
respect
A jury of the venue of Bredestrete is summoned to recognize whether John Janyn servant ['vallettus'] of William Hervi, on Tuesday before the feast of St. Lawrence, 13 Edward II [5th August, 1320], assaulted, Richard of Coupelonde with force and arms, to his damage 100s. He is mainprised by William Hervy.
patria Robert, clerk of St. Botulph's without Alegate, was attached to answer John le Fruter in a plea of trespass. The pl. complains that on Thursday before the feast of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 14 Edward II [11th September, 1320], in the par. of St. Mildred in Poultry, the said Robert assaulted him, to his damage £10.0.0. Robert comes and denies the charge, and puts himself upon his country. A jury of the venue of Poultry is summoned and the def. is mainprised by William Sprot, Walter le Vynour and Estmar le Venour, but he is committed to prison because he was attached by Hamo of Chiggewelle, mayor, while carrying arms contrary to the proclamation made in the City by the king's writ.
vadia capta A supertunic of bluet taken from Richard le Wyndrakere, carter, at the suit of John of Oundle for 40d. claimed against the said Richard by the said John in a plea of trespass, is valued by the oath of Thomas le Taillor of Vintry and Richard of Wallyngford at 4s. Richard is ordered to acquit the same within
the quindene, otherwise etc.
[m. 25d.] Court for Foreigners held Saturday the eve of St. Mathew the Evangelist 14 Edward II. [20th Sept. 1320]
essoin Thomas of Buri, attorney of Agnes, relict of Walter of Wenlok, executrix
of the will of the said Walter, pl., v. Robert of Harle, executor of the will of Richard of Harle in a plea of debt, by Salamon of Buri.
Manent Francisci, distrained v. Guy Jacobi in a plea of debt.
John of Bray, taverner, attached v. Robert le Feroun in a plea of trespass.
Robert of Sailleben, better distrained v. James of Marers in a plea of debt.
Martin of Eltham, taverner, better distrained v. Nicholas of Dynesle in a plea of debt.
John de la Myne of London, better distrained v. the same Nicholas in a plea of debt.
Simon of Abyndone, better distrained v. Richard of Peres in a plea of detention concerning a royal wardrobe bill.
The prior of Bermundeseie and William Cauche, monk of the house,-
[p. 93] -better attached v. Thomas Bonrouncyn in a plea of trespass.
John Postle of Kyngestone, better attached v. Robert le Blount in a plea of trespass.
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, better distrained v. Giles Fanard, merchant of Pene, in Agenois in a plea of debt.
districciones et
attachiamenta
Margaret relict of Ralph of Farneham and John Sausemer, executors of the will of the said Ralph, better attached v. Robert of Donmowe in a plea of debt.
nota 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.
Ralph Beauflour, citizen and taverner of London, better distrained v. Berard de la Tour of Besaz in a plea of debt.
John of Donewiz, clerk, attached by his body v. John Rastel in a plea of trespass.
Roger of Kinebautone, attached by his body v. Reiner Piggesflessh in a plea of account.
Thomas Frembaud, executor of the will of Nicholas Frembaud, better distrained v. Thomas Coke in a plea of debt.
Ralph Beauflour, attached by his body v. Saunz Arnald of Castelion in a plea of account.
Walter Crepyn better distrained v. Robert Belebarbe in a plea of debt.
Bernard Aryngi of Florence, better distrained v. Doffo Odi, merchant of Luca in a plea of account.
Thomas of Cornhulle, executor of the will of William of Cornhulle, better distrained v. William Scot, 'pessoner', in a plea of debt.
John of Cloptone, better distrained v. William Pecok in a plea of debt.
Walter Hud of St. Albans, chaplain, attached by his body v. John of Stoketone, an executor of the will of William Seruat, who sues alone, by separation, in a plea of account.
concordia per licenciam Love-day between William of Nanggele, pl. and Walter Horn, 'pessoner', in a plea of detention of a silver cup, in respite etc.
adhuc Judgment between Richer [sic.] of Refham, kt., pl., and the Prior of Bermundeseie in a plea of covenant, in respite etc.
patria





prisona
John of Sloghter, chaplain, was attached to answer Robert le Treyere in a plea of trespass. The pl. complains that on Friday before the feast of St Mathias the Apostle, 14 Edward II [20th February, 1321], the def. came by night to his house at Billinggesgate and assaulted him with force and arms, to his damage £20.0.0. The def., denies the charge, and puts himself upon his country. The def. cannot find security to appear and hear the verdict of the jury. Therefore he is committed to prison.
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patria


prisona
John le Walshe was attached to answer Peter of St. Augustine's clerk of Sir Walter of Norwich, in a plea of trespass. The pl. complains that on Tuesday after the feast of St Matthias 14 Edward II [2nd March, 1321] the def. entered the inn ['hospicium'] of the pl. near Douuegate with force and arms, carrying off one horn of 'bugle' ['unum cornum de bugle'] worth 1m., a corset of white cloth and a tabard worth 10s. with other goods to the value of 40d. to the pl's. damage 40s. The def. comes and denies the charge, and puts himself upon his country. A jury of the venue of Douuegate is summoned, and the def. is committed to prison because he cannot find security to appear and hear the verdict. Afterwards the jury comes and returns a verdict of 'not guilty' [sic., CLA/025/CT/01/002]. Damages 20s. Def. to go to prison etc.
attachiamentum
liberatum
Hervey of Bury, pl., appears v. Thomas of Luda who had a day by attachment of a debt of 25s. and who made divers defaults. Hervy asks that the said attachment be delivered to him according to the custom of the city. Therefore let there be delivered to him the said 25s. by pledge of Adam of Bury and William of Wengrave until the said Thomas permits himself to be brought to justice.