30-31 Henry III (part 2 of 2)
Saufordschire. (Roll 17).
Henry son of Wenne, Chief Bailiff (capitalis balliuus),
Electors—Geoffrey de Schetham (sworn), William del
|Geoffrey de Chetham||sworn.|
|William del Estre|
|Elias de Tonghe|
|Andrew de Sholwer|
|Geoffrey de Buckesweie||sworn.|
|Roger de Pilkenton|
|Thomas de Prestwik|
|Richard de Trafford|
|Roger de Pennelbury||sworn.|
|Richard de Urmiston|
|Roger de Bradeshawe|
|Thomas de Perepund|
|Robert de Schereswurth|
Derebyschyre. (Roll 18).
William de Waleton, Chief Bailiff, (sworn).
Electors—Robert de Lathum (sworn), Henry de Torbok
|Robert de Lathum||sworn.|
|Adam le Mulinews|
|Simon de Halsal|
|Adam de Haynuldisdal|
|Alan le Noreys||sworn.|
|Thurstan de Holaund|
|Walter de Scarisbrec|
|Alan de Riston|
|Henry de Tylldeslegh||sworn.|
|Hugh le Noreys|
|Alan de Wyndul|
|Henry de Heytre|
Leylaundschyre. (Roll 17).
The aforesaid Henry, Bailiff (sworn).
Electors—John de Mara (sworn), Warin de Waleton (sworn).
|John de Mara||sworn.|
|Warin de Waleton|
|Walter de Hola|
|Robert de Lexhusum||sworn.|
|Ralph de Hola|
|Adam de Holaund|
|Ralph de Stanediss|
|Richard de Aluerton||sworn.|
|Roger de Wyrkitheleye|
|William de Wyrthinton|
|Adam de Dokesbiri|
Blakeburneschyre. (Roll 20).
William de Singelton (sworn).
Electors—Robert de Mitton (sworn), Adam de Blakeburn
|Ralph de Mitton||sworn.|
|Adam de Blakeburn|
|Adam de Billington|
|William de Baldeston||sworn.|
|Ralph de Cleyton|
|John de Penneston|
|John de Thelewell|
|Roger de Haspeden||sworn.|
|Jordan de Holm of Mitton|
|William de Liveshay|
|Gilbert de Kyuerdal|
Amundernes. (Roll 21).
The said William, Serjeant (sworn).
Electors—John de Le (sworn), William de Karlton (sworn).
|John de Legh||sworn.|
|William de Karlton|
|Hugh de Mitton|
|Adam de Hocton|
|Richard de Frikelton||sworn.|
|William de Preses|
|Richard de Thornton|
|Walter de Barton|
|Geoffrey de Wytingham||sworn.|
|Roger de Brochol|
|Walter de Soureby|
|William de Grimesaruwe|
Lonnesdal. (Roll 22).
Adam de Kellet, Serjeant (sworn).
Electors—William de Fornell (sworn), Robert de Coyners
|Alan son of Orm||sworn.|
|William son of William de Tunstall|
|Roger de Hoton|
|Adam de Herst||sworn.|
|William son of Simon|
|Roger de Staymerlid|
|Richard de Burg|
|Bendict de Gersinghaym||sworn.|
|Adam de Farleton|
|Simon de Brocton|
|Richard de Berewyk|
Makefeud. (Roll 19).
William de Waleton (sworn).
Electors—Richard de Hindelegh (sworn), Hugh de Haydok
|Richard de Hindeleye||sworn.|
|Hugh de Haydok|
|Adam de Pemberton|
|John de Inys|
|John de Adburgham||sworn.|
|Peter de Aston|
|Adam de Wynestaneslegh|
|William de Lautun|
|John de Horhul||sworn.|
|William de Bulling|
|Adam de Cunneslegh|
|Andrew de Haydok|
Vill of Liverpol. (Roll 19).
Ranulph de Mora, Reeve (Praepositus) sworn.
|Ranulph de Mora||sworn.|
|Roger le Carpenter|
|Geoffrey son of Hugh||sworn.|
|Robert son of Syward|
|William La Wayt|
|Geoffrey son of Richard le Pestur||sworn.|
|Alan de Baunc|
|William de Wyrhal|
|Robert son of Walter|
Borough of Preston. (Roll 19).
Baldewyn de Preston, Reeve, (sworn).
|Baldwin de Preston||sworn.|
|William son of Adam|
|Adam de Brokhol|
|John son of Lecia|
|Roger son of Walter||sworn.|
|William son of Lecia|
|William son of Eda|
|William de Cruce|
|Richard son of Mabel||sworn.|
|Benedict de Preston|
|Richard son of Ralph|
|Richard son of Godith|
Borough of Lancastre.
Roger son of Fulk, Reeve, (sworn).
|Roger son of Fulk||sworn.|
|Walter son of John|
|Walter le Mercer|
|William del Hill|
|Pain le Notiner||sworn.|
|Alexander son of Fulk|
|William son of Geoffrey|
|John le Clauer|
|John le Potter|
|William le Carpenter|
|Roger de Sellerdal|
The following was Sheriff after the other Eyre of
the Justices; namely, William de Lancastre, and Richard le
Butiller his under Sheriff: and Mathew de Redeman is now
These were Coroners after the same term and now
are Coroners; namely, William de Clifton, Adam de Biry
and William de Tunstall; and Richard de Couplaunde
who is Coroner of the Liberty of the Abbot of Furnays.
m. 16 dorso.
[Commences with notice of Sheriffs and Coroners as
The Wappentak of Leylaundesyre comes by xii.
Of John de la Mare, Warin de Waleton and their fellow
jurors for their fine before Judgment, 10 marks.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Richard le
Fletcher of Wythenhull at night, bound him, took his goods
and fled. The vill of Withenhull fined for not pursuing.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Edith de
Whythenehull, bound her, took her goods and fled. The
vill of Whythenhull fined for not pursuing.
William son of Eda de Derewent appeals Thomas
Prior of Penwurtham, Gregory and Adam de Howik, for
breach of the King's peace and imprisonment.
William is dead: having admitted before four vills that he had been
sent by outlaws to harm the Abbey of Penwurtham, he was given into
the Sheriff's custody, who let him go without fine. So to judgment as
to William de Lancastre, then Sheriff.
Mabel de Parbold has appealed Adam Dun of the death
of Albin her husband, and Gilbert Nite of the death of
Richard her son.
She comes not: attached by Richard son of Robert de Wullemore and
Mathew de Cuton, who are fined, and she is taken.
She also has appealed of force Robert de Crumpton,
William de Querendon, Robert de Bracington and Benedict
de Medecroft, for aiding at the said killing.
The accused were arrested and admitted to bail at Lancaster, and
a jury found—that Albin and Richard were stealers of oxen and cows,
and, being caught in the act, were beheaded. Chattels of Albin, ½ mark,
for which Thomas de Gresley answers; and Richard had no chattels. The
accused are found not guilty. Albin was a free man and held 8 acres
under Robert de Lathum, whence the King's year day and waste 4s. for
which Mathew de Redeman, the Sheriff, answers; and Robert took the
house and lands into his own hands, so fined; and later Robert gives ½
mark fine for the King's year, etc.; and William de Lancastre, then Sheriff,
fined for not seizing the land for the King. Robert de Bracington absent;
his sureties fined viz:—Richard son of Hugh de Adelington, Alward Tagun,
Geoffrey de Middelton, Henry son of Wenne, Mathew de Querendon,
William de Holm, Elias de Rouington, William son of William de Medwecroft, Peter de Bulling, Adam de Cromton, Richard de Aluerton, Thomas
de Prestwyche and Alexander de Heton. Evidence is given later that
Thomas de Gresley and his ancestors always took chattels of this nature;
so of Albin's chattels nothing.
Godith de Thornton in Craven has appealed William de
Hole of battery.
She is absent and has no sureties. Accused absent, and was attached
by Alan Passauaunt and Robert Scubeldekne.
Richard, son of Wennok has appealed Warin son of
Henry, Elecocc son of Elias and Richard Al Ballno of
battery and robbery.
Accused absent, and were attached; Warin, by Hull son of Gamel de
Cleyton and Elias son of Thomas de Cleyton; Elecocc, by Geoffrey de
Cleiton and Adam son of Stephen de Burnhull; Richard, by Adam
Forester of Cleiton and Robert Lord (dominum) of Cleiton. Accused are
taken and convicted. Appellant is told to proceed against them as far as
James de Harewud has appealed Alan son of Stephen de
Langeton of battery.
Appellant is absent; he was attached by Thomas de Cophull and
Elias son of Albreda de Wlypsire. Alan is acquitted.
Richard son of Wennok has appealed Warin son of Henry
of breach of peace and robbery, after peace had been given
the said Richard against the said Warin (post pacem eidem
Ricardo datam de predicto Warino).
Accused absent, and was attached by John le Despencer of Claiton,
Roger son of Hugh le Hope, Thomas son of John, Robert son of Gerard,
Richard Doomsman [Judicator] of Cherleg and Richard de Thorp. Warin
Same Richard has appealed Gilbert son of Tylla of the
Accused absent, attached by Thomas de Elaund and Adam son of
Henry de Quelton, and he is taken. And Richard is told to proceed to outlawry against Warin and Gilbert. And 12 jurors concealed that information
(loquelam), so are fined.
Alccoc son of Robert de Wlipsire killed Wrennok de
Tunleg, and fled. He is outlawed at suit of Cecily wife
of Wrennok; the vill of Tunleg in Urittington fined for
not taking Alecoc.
Thomas son of Siward le Oterhunte fell from a horse in
Yarewe water and was drowned. William son of Siward
found him. Verdict, misadventure. Value of horse 3s.
for which Matthew the Sheriff to answer. 12 Jurors concealed the information, so fined.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Robert
de Werden and fled. The vill of Werthen did not pursue,
m. 17 dorso.
Of Serjeanties (seriantiis):—they say that one Robert
de Clayton was Keeper (seruiens custodiendi) of the Wappentak of Lailondesire in fee, and sold his office (balliuum)
to William de Ferrars, Earl of Derby: for report.
Of petty Bailiffs (paruis balliuis), who collect dues
(garbas) in Autumn and other crops:—they say that
Jake Kuglepeny, Robert de Grenhole and Robert Lentin
collect dues in Autumn; so fined.
Of defaults:—the Abbot of Chester came not on the
first day; so fined.
Of new customs:—they say that Robert de Waterfal,
deputy Sheriff for William de Lancastre all his time,
caused to be summoned twice a year the whole country,
both free men and villeins, and took fines for defaults: and
the now Sheriff does the same. The jury present that
never before Robert's time did such a custom exist in that
county. Thereupon comes Richard Clerk, bailiff of William
de Lancastre, and says that before the last Eyre in that
county no such custom existed; but that, at that Eyre,
Robert de Lexington ordered the Sheriff to make two
turns yearly for keeping and enquiring into the King's
peace. For report.
John de Adlackeston was outlawed before the Justices
in Eyre in Nottinghamshire; he held land in this
Wapentak, whence the King's year etc. 4s.; and Robert
de Lathum and Richard de Mostun have held these lands
since the outlawry till now without warrant, so fined and
to account for 4s. issues. Later, Nigel de Lungeford
comes, and has made fine, 1 mark, for the said year etc.,
surety Hugh de Menill.
Of indicted persons:—they say that William Forester
of Anderton, John son of Edeneuec, Robert son of Brun
de Burnhill, Adam son of Mabel de Hepay [erased], Hugh
Schacheliton, Robert le Straker, Richard Daythef and
Adam le Forester, suspected (rettati) of theft, escaped: so
writ of exigent and outlawed.
Chattels—William Forester 10s., Hugh Schachelton 1 mark, Robert
le Straker 20s. 2d., Adam Forester ½ mark, the rest nil.
Later comes Mabel de Hepay, and has made fine for
Adam son of Mabel de Hepay that he may return to the
peace; surety, Henry de Whallay.
Adam Crusseking, suspected of theft, is tried and
acquitted. One John le Despencer of Kerden brought the
charge against him through hate and spite, so fined.
John de Cleyton, his fine for trespass, 1 mark; sureties
Richard Banastre and Adam de Holand.
The Wappentak of Salfordschyre comes by xii.
Geoffrey de Chetham, William del Estre and fellow jurors,
for their fine before Judgment, 10 marks.
Peter Carite killed Robert de Hepe and fled; so a
writ of exigent.
Later it is shown that he fled to Middelton Church;
and Simon de Thornton and Thomas de Singelton, bailiffs
of William de Lancastre then Sheriff, who are dead, took
from him 20s. that he might come to the King's peace,
and took sureties. So to judgment as to William de
Lancastre, whose bailiffs they were, and the sureties fined,
viz., Adam de Thornham, Robert Sorhgeles, Litecock de
Salford, and William de Middelton. Peter had no chattels.
And because Adam and the others gave redemption for
Peter, who was convicted of a man's death, and received
him, they are to be taken and all their lands and chattels
seized into the King's hand. Chattels of Peter Carite,
Gilbert son of Richard has appealed Roger de Haliwell
and Augustine his son of breach of peace and battery.
Gilbert absent; sureties, Robert son of Richard de Haliwell. William
de Lauton of Makefeud, Peter son of Henry de Hothon and Richard son
of Robert de Wynewyk. Roger absent, and was attached by Adam de
Brendeschales, William son of Swayn de Clyfton and Henry son of
Wrennok de Wytheton. Augustine comes and is convicted of battery, so
to prison; later he is fined 40s.; sureties, John son of Godith de Haliwell
and Hugh his brother.
Geoffrey de Wyrkithele has appealed Hugh le Biker
of breach of peace and robbery.
Hugh absent; was attached by Yarwell de Hylton and Adam Malherb
of Hylton; Geoffrey is told to proceed against him to outlawry.
The same Geoffrey has appealed Geoffrey de Byrun of
breach of peace etc., in that he, on the eve of Holy Cross,
came to him in the vill of Stanistrete, broke into his house,
beat and illtreated him, went to his plough (carucam) and
killed an ox of his: and that he did this he offers to
prove against him as the Court decide, as a man
who has passed the age [i.e., 60].
The same Geoffrey has appealed of force (de forcia)
Richard de Boulton, Gerard his son-in-law and Robert
All acquitted, and Geoffrey to prison; later he is fined 40s.; sureties,
Geoffrey de Chetham and Richard de Strafford.
The same Geoffrey has appealed Algareth son of Yarwet
de Hilton and Adam Schakeslegh of breach of peace and
Accused absent; Algareth was attached by Adam Malerb of Hilton,
Richard Schakeloc and Wyun son of Pepel; and Adam, by William son of
Roger de Hilton and Richard son of Roger de Haliwell. Geoffrey to
proceed against them to outlawry.
[Small piece of parchment attached to roll.]
m. 17 a.
Later comes Litelcok and pays fine 10 pounds. Sureties,
Geoffrey de Chetham, Robert de Byrun, Robert de Thoreswurth, Elias de Thonge, Thomas le Paumer, Henry son
of Wene, Richard Reeve of Silford, Adam de Kenyan,
Adam Brahegh and Robert de Crumpton.
Later comes Adam de Thornham and pays fine 20
marks; sureties, John de Lascy, Matthew de Nocton, Robert,
son of Thomas de Aston, Thomas le Paumer of Stakehull,
William Smith (Faber) of Rachedal, Henry de Luseleg,
Elecoc de Hoch, William de Heyerode and Jordan de
Later comes William de Middelton and pays fine 2
marks; sureties, Geoffrey de Chetham, Richard de Trafford
and Henry son of Wenn.
The Jury present Geoffrey de Middelton for taking of
the chattels of Walter de Tadham 12 beasts value 60s.,
without warrant. Fined and to answer for the 60s.
Wappentak of Salfordschyre continued.
Richard son of Eugenia de Radecliue drowned from a
horse in Irwel water. Eugenia his mother first found
him. Verdict, misadventure. Value of horse 3s., for which
M. de Redeman, Sheriff, answers. The Jury have presented
nothing as to this horse, so fined.
Alice de Turtun has appealed William Blakshyreue of
the death of William her son.
He is outlawed at her suit; no chattels.
Henry son of Matthew was crushed to death by a cart
and two oxen that drew it. Matthew his father first found
him. Verdict, misadventure. Value of cart and oxen
2½ marks, for which the Sheriff answers. Robert de
Rediche and Andrew de Scholgh made a false valuation,
Wrongdoers unknown broke into and burnt the house
of Thomas le Paumer. The vill of Thornham made no
pursuit, so fined.
Robert son of Thomas de Swynton has appealed
William de Swynton, John de Crumpton and Hugh de
Manways of breach of peace and mayhem.
Accused absent: William was attached by Robert de Brithemet and
Thomas son of Syward de Leylaund; John, by Adam son of Paulin de
Barton and Adam de Crumpton; and Hugh, by John son of Robert de
Butterworth and Dande son of Edward de Butterworth: all fined and
Robert to proceed against them to outlawry.
Wrongdoers unknown burnt the mill of Henry Dudeman of Uuersted. Later many attest that he himself
burnt it, through hate of his lord: and he was attached
by Patrick Dudeman his brother and Elias his son-in-law
to come before the Justices; and now he comes not, so is
taken, and all fined. Later he comes and pays fine 40s.;
sureties, Henry le Wyld, Thomas his brother and Thomas
William Grenescleue taken and imprisoned at Lancastre,
was detained in that prison for 7 weeks and later was
beheaded by judgment of the County of Lancastre for
that he was found outlawed in the Coroner's rolls. And the
County records that such is their custom when any outlaw
shall be taken, although it may be possible to keep him,
they, immediately they know him to be an outlaw, cause
him to be beheaded. For report.
Of Jordan de Strafford for his fine for trespass ½ mark;
surety, Richard de Strafford his brother.
Simon son of Roger de Lostok has appealed Richard
de Perpunt of [breach of] the King's peace.
Richard absent; attached by Richard de Hindel and Henry son of
Wenne, so fined. Later it is shown that Richard is dead, but there has
been no essoin of death as is usual in that county.
Robert de Netelham has appealed Alexander de Heton
of breach of peace and battery.
Robert absent, and is taken; sureties fined, Hugh de Hesellum and
Alward Taghun. Alexander comes and is found guilty, so to custody.
Later comes Alexander and pays fine 100s. for himself and Robert;
sureties, Thomas de Prestwych, Roger de Pilkington and Adam son of
Agnes de Heton.
Richard son of Syward de Querendon has appealed
Adam de Radecliue of robbery, etc.
Richard absent and is taken; sureties fined, Adam de Leghes and
Alan de Fernes of Byry. Adam is acquitted.
Henry Smith of Butterwurth has appealed Thomas son
of Henry de Butterwurth of breach of peace, assault, and
mayhem, in that Thomas beat and illtreated him and gave
him a blow on the head, maiming him, and he asks for
Thomas acquitted; Henry to prison for false appeal. Later Henry
pays a fine 5 marks; sureties, Ivo de Wytewurth, Adam son of Henry
de Butterwurth, Michael de Akeden, William de Wytewuith and Richard
Matthew son of Sweyn de Querendon has appealed
Thomas son of Adam de Blakelawe of breach of peace
and battery; and Adam son of Robert de Totington, of
Thomas absent, and was attached by Alcock de Longele, Wilkoc son
of Ralph de Kyrkehalgh, Henry de Blakelawe, Alexander son of William
Tupeheued and William le Maynwarin. Matthew to proceed against them
Richard son of Richard de Weteshagh has appealed
Alan son of Richard de Schalecroft of breach of peace and
Richard absent; sureties fined, Henry le Flecher of Thayleswurth,
and Richard son of Robert de Denton. Alan acquitted.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Simon de
Dedesbiry in Dedesbiry and carried off his goods. The vill
of Dedesbyry did not pursue, so fined.
Robert de Alte has appealed Roger Balet of the King's
peace in that Roger on Wednesday, to wit Ash Wednesday
(die cynerum) now a year past, about 3 o'clock, came at him
in Lyme wood and struck him on the head with a sword,
wickedly and feloniously against the peace; and he offers
to prove it against him as the Court decide, being under
Roger denies the blow and says he is not told in what part of the
head the blow was given, that Robert varies the appeal and has not
raised hue and cry (levavit uthesium). Judgment accordingly. So Robert
fined for false appeal: and a jury to enquire as to breach of peace.
Later comes Robert and will not prosecute; so to custody and his
sureties fined viz: William de Alte his brother and William Talliator
of Legh. And the jury are satisfied and convict Roger, so both to
custody. Later comes Roger and makes fine for himself and Robert, 5
marks; sureties, Robert de Aston and Ralph de Glothiche.
The same Robert has appealed Robert de Aston of force.
Robert declines to prosecute, so to custody, and his sureties fined as
above. Later comes Robert de Aston and pays fine 100s., surety,
John de Byrun has appealed Gilbert de Barton of breach
of the King's peace, in holding him while one Adam gave
him a blow on the shin-bone.
Gilbert acquitted. John to prison in lieu of fine, being poor.
A woman unknown died suddenly in the house of
Adam de Tornham. Adam was attached to appear before
the Justices and comes not; sureties fined, Ellis del
Hogh and Geoffrey son of Roger de Middelton. No one
is blamed. The vill of Tornham buried her without
view of the Coroner, so fined. Later comes Adam and is
fined 40s. ; sureties, John de Lascy and William Smith of
m. 18 dorso.
Wap. of Staffordshyr (sic) continued.
Jordan son of Robert de Hilton killed Robert Dune
and afterwards returned to the house of the said Robert
his father and was received there, so the said Robert to
be taken. Verdict of murder—so outlawed. No chattels.
William de Alte his fine for trespass ½ mark; surety,
Matthew de Notton.
Roger de Schyteleswurth his fine for trespass 1 mark;
surety, Richard de Trafford.
Alecok Bolt, suspected of theft, pays 203. for enquiry;
surety, Richard son of Adam Bolt—and is acquitted.
Of cloth sold:—they say that Richard son of Ranulph
de Mammecestre, Adam de Farnewurth, Dobbe son of
Golda, Roger his brother, Peter de Medwecroft, Robert de
Pontefract, Henry son of Hugh, Jordan son of Simon, Hugh
le Fulun, Adam de Kenian and Hugh le Fulun of Aston
sold cloth contrary to the Assize, so fined.
Of bailiffs who made inquest on a man's death and
took fines for default:—they say that Robert de Waterfal,
while he was Sheriff, took fines for defaults at the inquest
on the death of a man, namely from the freemen of
Rachedale 2 marks: therefore fined.
The Jury present that this Wappentak is worth yearly
10 pounds: and the Earl Ferrars holds it, and likewise two
other Wapentakes, and likewise all the land between Ribel
and Merse by 40s. or one goshawk (austurco) yearly. For
Of default:—they say that John brother of Thomas
de Hulm, Annot de Bromhurst, Henry son of Alward de
Farenwurth, Dande de Farenwurth, William son of Agnes
de Swynton, David de Werkidel carpenter, Pimme de
Sale. Richard son of Robert de Lostoc, Roger son of Alan
de Rupewurthe, William son of Eve de Bradehurst, Dobbe
de Knol, Thomas son of Bibby Miller, Adam son of Bimoc
de Rowinton, Thomas son of William, the Prior of Kersale,
William de Hawerthen, the heir of Ralph de Beston, Jordan
de Treton, Robert Clerk of Anlawesarwe, Roger Carpenter
of the forest of Totenton, Robert Poli, Dike son of Syward,
Hugh son of Robert le Crucher, Richard de Routhesthorn,
Thomas Clerk of Haselendene, John le Archer, Matthew
son of Matthew de Totenton, Dobbe de Strangesti, William
de Haggelewe, William Chaplain of Dedesbiry, Henry
de Laplot, Humund Mascy (sick), Simon son of Luke,
Richard brother of Robert de Redich, Stephen de Bredbury, Robert de Bredbury, Angaret, Richard son of
Hauwyse forester, Jordan [erased] Gervase de Burnendene,
Hugh de Wytewrthe, Henry de Totmardene, William Sping,
Adam de Stanesfeld, Richard son of Andrew de Stanesfeld,
Richard son of Iua de Clege, Henry son of Emma de Clege
and Licoc son of William son of Gerard, came not on
the first day; so fined: likewise William son of John de
The Jury present that Adam Gerard held two oxgangs
of land in Dereby, by service of making judgment of
the pleas of the Wapentake of Dereby; and he ought to
do that service with a man and horse and victuals when
so far from home as to be unable to return daily, and the
Earl Ferrars now holds the land, and performs the said
service by his serjeants.
Of persons indicted:—They say that John son of Henry
de Castelton [erased], Elias de Akeden, Eva Kardunel,
Henry Maynard of Tottemerden, Dobbe Macus, Simon le
Piper of Chadwych, William Schayf, Hull Hudidan of
Hatherwyk, Dobbe son of Thomas de Wude, John son
of William de Perpunt, Adecok son of Martilia, John son
of Henry Nubbe [erased], John Spadeberd, Uthred de
Wereford, Pipot de Turtun, Digge de Torot, Henry le
Masun [erased]. Adam de Dunandesgreue, William son of
Peter de Middelton [erased]. Auecok de Leuer, Roger
Drake of Elleton, Adecok Orkoc, Adam Wynternot, Robert
de Wydal [erased], Scaine de Elleton, Alexander his brother
[erased], Dowe de Bothemes, William Springemare, Adecok
Bradefot, Gouun de Asselawe [erased], Brun de Lewyneshulm, Thomas son of Matilda de Blakerode in Haselenden,
Thomas Wynter, Jordan de Quickenlawe, Geoffrey his
brother [erased], Richard Hildigrim. Geoffrey de Hawurth,
Leucok Schayf, John Bradere of Crumpton, Alecok Boloc,
Roger de Folenhurst [erased], Henry Glore, Annot de
Bromihirst, Henry son of Award Bart, Roger Blacker
[erased], John de Crikelston son-in-law of Peter Charite,
John de Hernesden and Elecok son-in-law of Gilbert
de Tonge, suspected of larcency, absconded: so all but
Elecok exigent and outlawed, and Elecok to return
if he will, but his chattels forfeited by his flight.
The chattels of John son of Henry 2 marks, for
which the Sheriff is to account; of Elias de Aggeden
30s. for which etc., and he had lands whence the King's
year day and waste 11d; of Dobbe Macus 20s. etc.; of
John son of Henry Nubbe ½ mark [erased]; of Henry
le Mazun 5 marks; of Adam de Dunandesgreue 2 marks;
of John Spideberd 22s.; of Uthred de Wereford 5 marks;
of Pipot de Turtun 30s.; Dogge de Turrot had lands
whereof the King's year etc. 3s.; of Luvecok Schayf 1
mark and lands whereof etc. 12d.; of Auecok de Lever
½ mark; of Ellecok 40s.; of Adecok Orecok 2s.; of
Adam Wynternote 1 mark; of Robert de Wydal ½ mark;
of William Springemare 40s.; of Gouin de Assele 50s.;
of Roger de Falenhirst 5s.; of Annot de Bromhurst 4
marks, and lands whereof, etc. 3s. [erased]. All the
others had no chattels. Later comes Richard de Butiller
and pays fine 20s. for William son of Peter de Radecliue
to return to the peace; surety, Elias de Tonge.
Later comes Henry Torboc and pays fine 2 marks for
Pipot de Turtun, Dogge de Toret and Henry son of
Award that they may return to the peace; surety, Adam
Later comes the Abbot of Stanlawe and pays 20s. fine,
for John son of Henry de Castelton, that he may return
to the peace; surety, Geoffrey de Bukele.
Later comes John de Lascy and pays 1 mark fine for
Elias de Akeden, that he may return to the peace; surety,
Matthew de Notun.
[On a piece of parchment attached at foot of membrane.]
Later comes Hugh de Haslum and pays 5 marks fine
for Annot de Bromhurst to return to the peace; surety, Gilbert
de Barton and Simon Serjeant.
Later the same Hugh similarly pays 1 mark for John
son of Henry Nubbe, by the same sureties.
Later comes Adam de Byri and pays 20s. for Robert
de Wydale: and Richard de Urmeston pays 1 mark for
William de Perpunt.
The Wapentak of Derebyschyre comes by xii.
Robert de Lathum, Henry de Torbok and their fellow
jurors for their fine before Judgment:—15 marks.
Hawe de Mora of Raby was found burnt in her own house
at Raby. Adam her son, who first found her, comes not;
he was attached by Roger de Mora of Raby and Adam
de Knusele, so fined. Verdict, misadventure.
Wrongdoers unknown went to the house of Gilbert de
Culchit and killed him. The vill of Culchit did not pursue,
Henry de Lascellis has appealed Hugh Serjeant of
Wyndhul of breach of peace and assault; and John son
of Beatrice, Adam son of Uthred and William Lezin, of
All convicted and to prison, being poor.
Richard son of Robert Scharp has appealed Thomas
son of William de Guddelawe of the death of Roger his
Thomas is outlawed, no chattels. The vill of Werenton did not take
him nor pursue when he killed Roger, so fined.
Margaret de Haderton has appealed Robert de Thotewell of the death of Adam her husband.
Robert outlawed, no chattels.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Richard
Miller of Hurleton. Richard comes not, and was attached
by Richard de Chaunpenays of Hurleton and Alan son
of Gregory de Hurleton.
Richard Clerk of Bothelton was drowned in a ditch
near Werington. Hugh son of Gervase, first finder, comes
not, and was attached by Simon son of Robert de Werington
and William son of Alexander de Werington, so fined. And
it was witnessed that Richard got up at night at the instance
of a certain disease that he had, and went out of the house
of the said Hugh and was drowned by mishap. Hugh
and others who were in the house not attached; so to
judgment as to the Sheriff and Coroner who should
have attached them.
Robert Smith of Kyuerlay has appealed Henry son
of Eve de Sonky of assault and waylaying (forstallo).
Henry convicted, and to prison; so to judgment as to the Coroner
and Sheriff who attached the said Henry, as appellant found no sureties
to prosecute. Appellant absent and no sureties. Later Henry pays
1 mark fine, sureties Robert de Samlesby and William de Waleton.
Hugh le Careter of Werington killed Henry de Haydok
in Werington and fled. Writ of exigent: chattels 20s. 4d.
for which the Sheriff is to account. The vill of Werington
did not pursue, so fined; also Roger le Cuuerur of
Werington, Richard de Sonky, Ralph de Pulton and
Robert de Flixton made a false valuation of the said
chattels, so fined.
Geoffrey de Hale has appealed William Figge of the
death of Roger his son.
William is outlawed, no chattels; and it is witnessed that he killed
Roger by day, and the vill of Werington did not take him, so fined;
further the vill received him for one day after he had wounded Roger,
until Roger died.
Edith de Litherlaund has appealed Yarwerth de
Litherlaund that he came to her house on Thursday
next before Palm Sunday and robbed her of a cow
value 5s.; and she brings her appeal as a woman against
a man, as the Court decides.
Yarwerth says she is his villein, and he took the cow from her
for his service: and he is acquitted and Edith is fined for false
appeal, but is poor. Richard le Walays and Henry de Stanedishe abetted
her appeal, so fined.
Yarwerth de Litherlaund, his fine for having an enquiry,
½ mark; sureties, Robert le Walays and William de
The vill of Great Crosseby for wreck of sea found
on the sea shore near Crosseby 40s. And the said vill
of Crosseby fined for taking the said wreck without
warrant and concealing it.
The vill of Agermoles for wreck of sea stranded
near it, (applicata iuxta eam) 22s.
Richard Wythaund has appealed Hugh de Crokhurst
that, when he was in the King's peace, on Thursday before
the Purification B.M. about nine o'clock, now 5 years ago,
the said Hugh came to his house at Raynford [cancelled].
Richard Wythaund has appealed Robert Poydras miller
that, when he was in the King's peace, on Thursday before
the Purification B.M. about nine o'clock, now 5 years ago,
in his house at Reynford, the said Robert came there with
premeditated assault, dragged him by the feet out of the
said house and with a mace gave him severe blows and
robbed him of 5s. 4¼d.
This the plaintiff offers to prove by his body, as the Court decide. And
Robert, in defence, offers to defend by his body. The Court considers
that Robert made reasonable suit; and the Coroner testifies that the
appeal was for assault, and that Richard was not robbed of so large a
sum of money and that he had not followed his appeal. Richard is fined
for false appeal, and the jury to enquire into the breach of peace.
The same Richard has appealed Hugh de Crokhurst
and William and Adam his sons of force.
They ask particulars. The jury say that Robert is not guilty of assault
and robbery, nor Hugh and the others of force, except that Robert and
the others displaced a lodge that was in dispute between the parties.
Richard to custody for false claim; the others acquitted, but to custody
for trespass. Later Robert pays fine for himself and the others, 2 marks;
surety, the Abbot of Cokersand. Later Richard pays fine 1 mark; surety,
Richard his brother.
Robert son of Gilbert de Dalton and Thomas son of
Kadigam took Thomas son of Warin and conducted him
to the house of Gilbert, imprisoned him there, beat him
and detained him in prison till he gave them 2s.
Robert, Thomas and Gilbert, to be taken; later it is
witnessed that Thomas has died. Gilbert pays fine for
himself and Robert 5 marks; sureties, Gilbert son of
Gilbert and John de Oren.
The Jury present that William de Waleton is Chief
Serjeant of that Wapentake, and holds 14 oxgangs of
land by Charters from the King, by the service of doing
the services which pertain to the custody of the Wapentake
with one horseman and one footman; and his lands are
worth yearly 2 marks. For report.
Robert son of Emma fined ½ mark for tresspass; surety,
Robert de Byrun.
Of defaults:—they say that the Prior of Norton, John
de Haselwell [erased] (at Ganok), William Russell of
Nortmoles, Roger de Ireland [erased] (sick), Robert de
Prestcote, William son of Richard, Richard White of
Cnueslegh, Thomas son of Beatrice, Richard de Hurlton,
William son-in-law of Richard de Chyrchele, Adam de
Burtonheued, Richard de Eccleston [erased] (sick), Richard
de Horfalling, Elias de Horfalling, Richard Bole, Robert
his brother, Nicholas de Frodesham, William de Threliffal
[erased] (has nothing), Robert de Dalton [erased] (under age).
Richard son of Gilbert and Hugyn son of Master Roger
de Dereby, came not on the first day of pleas, so fined.
William de Wydnes, a bailiff of that Wapentake, for
his fine for many transgressions, 10 marks; sureties,
Geoffrey de Chetham, Hugh de Haslum, Richard de
Strafford, Thurstan de Holaund, Adam de Knouesle,
William de Waleton and William de Neuton.
John de Wednes son of the same William similarly
fined 40s.; surety, Alan le Noreys.
Alan de Newesum his fine for enquiry, 1 mark; surety,
William de Waleton.
William de Melling his fine for the same, ½ mark;
sureties, Roger de Kerden and Roger de Holaund.
Of persons indicted:—they say that Hugh de la Grene
of Gerstay, Henry son of Dande de Hale, William de
Mulinaus, Roger son of Robert de Holecroft, Dobbe de
Perpunt, Roger de Rymeur of Acton, Ralph de Saunky
and Ranulph his brother, Adam Fayrarmful, Hugh brother
of Agnes de Ledian, Hugh de la Legh, Robert de Merklokhurst, Richard Dingyl, Luke Bole, Wylke de Chyrchele
and Matthew de Chyrchele, suspected of theft, absconded—
all outlawed. Chattels of Hugh de la Grene, 2 marks;
Henry son of Dande 18s.; Ralph Sonky ½ mark; Hugh
de la Legh 17s. 6d., and he held land for which the
King's year 3s. 6d.; Robert de Merclokhurst 17s., and he
held land for which the King's year ½ mark; Richard de
Dingyll 4½ marks; the rest nothing.
Later comes Robert le Sauvage and pays fine for the
said Ralph de Saunky and Ranulph his brother, 1 mark,
that they may return to the King's peace; surety, Henry
m. 19 dorso.
The Wappentak of Makefeud comes by xii.
Of Richard de Hindelegh, Hugh de Haydok and their
fellow jurors for their fine before Judgment, 100s.
William Reeve (praepositus) of Neuton was drowned
from a horse in Glasebrok. Agnes his wife first found
him. Verdict, misadventure. Value of horse 1 mark, for
which the Sheriff to account.
Roger Scharp wounded Michael de Wennewyk in the
fields of Wennewyk so that he died the next day, and
Roger fled. Outlawed, chattels 1 mark.
The Jury present that Robert de Waterfal, while Sheriff,
summoned both freeman and villeins to make inquisition
concerning the death of a man and other Crown pleas
at Makefeud and there took fines and defaults; so fined.
Of persons indicted:—they say that Luuecok de
Middelton, Thomas le Turnur of Wygan, William Blakape
of Pemberton, Maddok le Walays and Cuuin son of Maddok,
suspected of theft, absconded; so outlawed. Chattels of
Luuecok 3s.; William 5s. 6d.; Maddok 11s.; for which the
Sheriff to account; the rest, nothing.
The Town (villata) of Liuerpol comes by xii.
Of the same Town for their fine before Judgment and
for 12 jurors and for escapes:—6 marks.
A boy unknown was found drowned in the water nigh
the mill pool of Liuerpool. Roger son of William first
found him. Verdict, misadventure.
Alan de Scheyl a beggar boy took a portion of meal
(farine) worth three pence, and was caught and detained
at Liuerpool, and escaped from custody; so to judgment
for escape at Liuerpool. The jury acquit him of any other
misdeed—so to return if he like: but his chattels forfeited
by his escape, 3s. 6d. for which the Sheriff is to account.
Of M [Matthew de Redman] the Sheriff for chattels
of Adam son of Hilda, hanged, ½ mark.
The Town (villata) of Preston comes by xii.
The said Town for its fine for several transgressions,
and for escapes, and for 12 [jurors]:—40 marks.
William de Mirscho summons Ralph Cook of Preston
for the death of Henry de Mirschoh his brother.
Ralph was taken and imprisoned and released under the King's
writ on bail to appear before the Justices at the first Assize; sureties,
Henry de Lancastre, Herbert Fuller of Preston. Richard Ruff of Preston,
Baldewyn de Preston, William de Cruce, Adam le Simple, Hugh son
of Matilda de Preston, Roger son of Alan, Hugh le Spusage, Richard
son of Mabbe, Henry Fisher (Piscator) of Penwertham and Martin
de Penwertham, who now do not produce him, so are fined. And William
is told to proceed against him to outlawry.
The same William has appealed Matilda wife of the
said Ralph, William de Asses, Robert le Toler and
Agnes his wife, of force, that they aided Ralph in
This he offers to prove against him in person. Matilda and the
others ask particulars before they can plead, but later they relinquish
that answer and put themselves on the country for good and ill, and
ask that the truth may be enquired into. Moved by the poverty of
Matilda and the others the Justices decide that the Amounderness jury
and the Preston jury shall enquire; who find the defendants not
guilty in any way of the said death, and they are acquitted. William
to custody for false charge.
Christian de Mirscho, John son of Hugh and William
son of Roger are attached for being present on the
They come and put themselves on the country. Verdict, not guilty,
and they are acquitted.
Walter de Mirscho has appealed Adam son of Syward,
Roger his son, Roger son of Roger and Richard son of
Uthred, that they held him and waylaid him so that he
could not go to the help of the said Henry his brother
when Ralph killed him.
And Adam and the others come and are acquitted; and Walter fined
for false claim and to custody.
Later come William and Walter and pay fine 1 mark; sureties, William
son of Michael de Clathon and William de Preston in Clathon.
Alexander son of Richard le Flemeng has appealed
Gilbert son of Robert Carnewath of breach of peace and
Plaintiff comes not; his sureties, Adam de Sydegreues and Richard
de Thyncoleheued. Gilbert is convicted, and to custody. Later he pays
fine ½ mark; sureties, William de Mirscho and Walter his brother.
Of Churches:—they say that the Church of Preston
is in the gift of the King; and William de Hauerhill, the
King's Treasurer, holds it for the King: and it is worth yearly
seven score (vijxx) marks.
Of Eschaets:—they say that 2 burgages and 4 acres
of land in Preston, are eschaets of the King; and are put
by eschaet (eschaetarium) of the King at ½ mark yearly.
And Adam son of Syward holds them, by the aforesaid
eschaets, by half a mark yearly. For report.
The Wappentak of Blakeburnschyre comes by xii.
Of Robert de Mitton and Adam de Blakeburn and their
fellow jurors for their fine before Judgment:—12 marks.
Elyas son of Henry de Harewud was drowned in
Caldre water. Richard de Harewud his brother, who
first found him, comes not, and was attached by Elyas son
of Alexander de Harewud and Alan son of Ralph de
Harewude—all fined. Verdict, misadventure.
Cecily late wife of Ralph de Kyrchaym has appealed
Robert son of Richard de Alvetham, William son of
Bernard de Dunkythele, Thomas son of Elias de Wynkythele, Robert son of John de Wynkythele, Thomas brother
of John de Bradehull, Richard Colstan, Robert de Warwyk,
John de Wynkythele and Richard his brother, of robbery.
Cecily does not now prosecute; sureties, Adam son of Gilbert de Boulton
in Lonnesdal and John de Oxcliue. Robert son of John de Wynkydele,
John de Wynkydele and Richard his brother come; and the jury are
not satisfied of their guilt, so acquitted. The others come not and were
attached, viz:—Robert son of Richard, by William de Bollerhon and William
de Reued; William son of Bernard, by Thomas de Wurthesthorn and
Gilbert de Dunkythele; Thomas son of Elias, by Adam son of Thomas
de Morton and William de Stygholmes; Thomas brother of John de
Bradehull by Hugh de Acton and John de Bradehull; Richard Colstan
by John de Dunkythele and Gilbert son of John de Dunkythele; Robert
de Warwyk by Richard del Held and Geoffrey de Cheydesle; all fined.
Later come Robert son of John de Wynkydele, John de Wynkydele and
Richard his brother and are fined 20s. for trespass, and each is surety
for the others.
A hunted stag killed William son of Agnes, and that
stag was immediately drowned in Schyrthe water. Agnes
mother of William, who first found him, comes. Verdict,
misadventure. Value of stag 12d. for which the Sheriff
Drogo, parson of Ribbecestre, was drowned from a
horse in Rybel water and the horse was drowned likewise. The first finder is dead. Verdict, misadventure.
Value of the hide of the said horse 18d. for which etc.
Adam de Ryston has appealed Paulin de Pouel of the
death of Edith his wife.
Paulin is outlawed, no chattels. Vill of Ryston did not take him. so
William son of Geoffrey de Wallay has appealed
Richard son of Emma de Wysewell of the death of
Adam his brother.
Richard is outlawed, chattels 40d. for which etc.; he held lands, of
which the King's year day and waste ½ mark, for which etc. The vill
of Salebyry fined for receiving him. And Alexander [erased] Ranulph de
Salebyry sold the land to Richard de Kerden who took issues to the
value of 1 mark before the King had his year and day—so Alexander
(sic) and Richard fined, and Richard to account for 1 mark.
Richard de Acton has appealed Nicholas de Acton of
assault and robbery.
Nicholas comes not; attached by Elias de Dunkythele and Simon
son of John de Dunkythele, fined; Jury not agreed; and Richard is told
to proceed against him to outlawry.
Adam son of Adam de Clyderhou has appealed Ralph
le Harlot and Richard son of Hugh de Bosendene of
the death of Robert his brother.
Ralph and Richard are outlawed, no chattels.
Robert le Walays, carpenter, struck Roger de Belay
with a mall (malleo) on the head, and he died. Robert
fled; outlawed, no chattels.
William de Thorneton his fine for trespass 1 mark;
sureties, Richard de Thornton and John de Hacuneshou.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Robert
del Brok and took his goods. Vill of Meluer did not
pursue, so fined.
Roger son of Thomas de Aluetham has appealed Elias
le Fraunk, Roger Malebraunche, Simon son of Hugh and
Robert Sled, of assault and robbery.
Appellant does not now prosecute; sureties, Richard son of Thomas de
Acton and Elias son of Ralph de Wlypschyre. Accused come not and were
not attached; and it is witnessed that William de Singelton, bailiff, was
ordered to attach them and did nothing—so to judgment as to him.
Accused convicted and fined.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Hugh
de Clyuaker, and took his goods. Vill of Clyuacher did
not pursue, so fined.
Geoffrey de Buderiding killed Peter de Billington and
fled; so outlawed, chattels 15s. 6d. for which etc.; lands
of which the King's year etc. 9s. 8d. for which etc.;
Elias de Dunkythele and Siward de Salebiry carried off
the chattels, fined; and William de Thornton took the
land without warrant before the King's year and day,
fined, and to answer for the issues assessed at 1 mark.
The vill of Billington fined for not taking Geoffrey.
Later comes Adam de Tokholes and makes fine for the
said year day and waste, 1 mark; sureties, William de
Rouinton and Henry de Bromicroft.
Simon de Acton has appealed Nicholas son of Eve
Plaintiff does not prosecute; sureties, Richard son of Reginald de Acton
and Richard son of Thomas de Acton. Accused comes not and not attached,
is convicted and fined.
m. 20 dorso.
Richard de Melling suspected of theft puts himself on
The Jury and four neighbouring vills attest that he is guilty of
burglary and several thefts. Chattels 9s. for which, etc.
Hugh Russel of Chadelegh, Robert son of Reginald
de Acton and Adam de Wurtheston, suspected of theft,
put themselves on the country.
The Jury and four neighbouring vills—Cotton, Clayton, Salebyry
and Clyuacher—find Robert guilty of stealing cows, pigs and other things:
and Hugh gives 1 mark for good enquiry; surety. Ralph de Mitton.
The Jury and the said four neighbouring vills find Hugh and Adam
not guilty of any misdeed, so acquitted. And the four vills fined for
not coming more fully (plenarie) before the Justices. Chattels of Robert
28s. for which etc., and land of which the King's year etc. 2s. for
Adam de Melling and Roger son of Mayok suspected
of theft put themselves on the country.
The Jury of that Wapentake and of Leylondschyre acquit Roger,
and find Adam guilty of burglary and other robberies. Chattels 23s.
And Adam had found sureties de fidelitate elsewhere, viz. Robert de
Clogh of Beyley, Richard son of Richard de Grenehurst, Walter de alibi
(sic) Beyley, Jordan and Ralph his sons; all fined.
John Ragate and Richard de La Laund were taken
with stolen cattle.
Convicted, no chattels. One William son of Uthred de Thornthon
taken in their company is a thief, but no one proceeds against him;
and sureties were taken but they come not, and it is witnessed that
he is dead, but was not essoined; sureties fined. Later comes John de
Chauncefeud and pays fine ½ mark, for the sureties; surety, Ralph de
Mitton. Later comes Alan Grenhed servant of Alice de Stauelay. to
whom the above cattle belonged, and pays fine for the cattle ½ mark;
surety, Ralph de Planaz.
Cecily daughter of Henry de Plesington has appealed
Robert de Leystok, Henry Sparwe and Elyas de Holme
of the death of Henry her father, on the King's writ.
The Jury say that Henry was a wandering thief, and Robert and
others with the whole province caught him with a cow that he had
stolen, and beheaded him; and that otherwise they killed him not: so
acquitted. And Cecily fined for false appeal—she is poor.
Roger son of Henry de Folrigge struck Richard son
of William with a sword in the belly, so that he died, and
Roger fled. Outlawed, chattels 4s.
Robert de Grimeshark was drowned in Rybel water.
Hawyse his sister, who first found him, comes not, and
was attached by Robert de Grimesargh and Adam his
brother, so fined. Verdict, misadventure.
Siward de Alsston was struck by a horse and died.
Verdict, misadventure. Value of horse 10s. And Adam
de Hocton, Roger son of Roger de Preston, and Baldwyn
de Preston put a false value on the horse, so fined; and
Bernard de Mitton took away the horse before it was
seen by the Coroner, so fined; and the vill of Wetelay
allowed him to take it away, so fined.
Richard Sorgheles killed Mabel his wife in Harewud
and fled. Outlawed, no chattels. Vill of Harewud did
not take him, so fined.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Simon
Smith of Lyuesay. The vill of Liuesay did not pursue,
Of M. [Matthew de Redman] the sheriff, for chattels of
Geoffrey Marsh (de Marisco) hanged at York, 4s.
Of Ladies:—they say that Margaret Countess of
Lincoln is in the gift of the King, and marriageable;
the worth of her lands in that Wapentake is not known.
Of Churches:—they say that the Church of Wallay
is in the gift of the King by reason of the wardship of
Edmund de Lascy, and is worth yearly seven score
marks; and Peter de Cestria holds it. And the church
of Ribbechestre is in the gift of the King by reason of
the same, and Imbertus the clerk holds it; and it is
worth yearly 40 marks. For report.
Of defaults:—they say that the Abbot of Neubo,
John de Lunguilers, Henry le Waleys, John de Wrydelesford,
John de Punchardon, Jordan de Boghurst, Jordan de
Baylay, Adam Baret, Robert de Frikelton, William son
of Richard Thurger, Richard de Mora, Jordan son of
William, Richard son of Henry, Hugh Arbalaster, Roger
de Wyllouston, Matilda de Blakeburn and Walter de Parva
Mitton came not the first day, so fined.
Wapentake of Blakeburnschyre continued.
The Jury present that Alexander Daunger, Richard
his son, Robert son of Byby, Alan de Marchesden,
Henry Was, John Wastepayn, Walter de Dunecotes,
Roger son of Bimme, Benne de Blakeburn, Swayn de
Harlecroft and Alan Burdun, elsewhere indicted, found
sureties to come now before the Justices and to stand
aright, and they come not; so their sureties fined, viz.
of Alexander and Richard his son, Thomas de Quithale,
Adam son of Jordan, David de Liuesay, Adam son of
Ketel, Adam de Liuesay, Robert son of William de la
Lawe, Alan son of Orm Forester and Richard de
Roteleswurt: Robert son of Byby, no sureties; of Alan
de Marchesden, Adam Loterhunt, Thomas son of Robert
de Dene of Aluetham, Adam son of Warin de Hapton,
Reginald brother of Adam le Oterhunter (dead): of Henry
Was, John de Rascok, Peter son of Henry, Robert son of
Hugh de Athelington, Dike son of Ralph de Penket,
Peter de Bulling and Robert son of Morewyth: of John
Wastpeny, Dike son of Thomas de Hayhurst and Adam
son of Richard de Hayhurst: of Walter de Dunecotes,
Alexander son of Syward de Merlay, Roger de Dunhum,
Peter son of William de Dunhum, and Geoffrey son of
Alexander de Dunum: of Roger son of Bimme, Geoffrey
Cuc of Chepin, William son of Lewaynrith, Gilbert de
Dinkedelay, and Uthred son of Bernard: of Benne de
Blakeburn, Alan son of Swayn de Acton, John son of
Herui, Bernard de Eccleshull, Alexander Fuller of Blakeburn, and Geoffrey le Flaxbeter of Waleton: of Swayn
de Harlecrofte, Elias le Mazun de Billington (dead),
William de Gayrgreue, Ralph de Magna Penilton, and
Hugh de Penilton: of Adam Burdun, Robert son of
Hamelin de Rochedale, William Lingard and Adam Lingard.
Later comes Adam de Hothon and pays 20s. fine for
Gilbert son of Matthew de Samlebir, Robert son of Ulf
de Samlebir, and Richard son of Alexander de Samlebir,
that they may return to peace; surety, William de
Of persons indicted:—they say that Gilbert son of
Matthew de Salebiry, Nicholas son of the Priest son of Henry
de Salebiry, Robert son of Ulf de Salebiry, Richard son
of Alexander de Salebiry, Henry Dune [erased] of Salebiry, Robert son of Warin de Schadesle [erased] (dead),
Jordan son of Eve de Hedisford, Adam Croueberye,
Richard Kygelpeni of Salebiry, Adam Hert, Adam de
Quitacre, Reginald Castepac of Skypin, William son of
Tunnok de Dunum, Thomas son of Ranulph de Kerbrok,
Elbe de Kelbrok, Geoffrey de Calne, Richard son of
Christian de Calne, Robert son of Gena de Calne,
Alexander Caldwegge of Merkelesden, John de Kykeleswyk,
Adam son of William Chaplain of Calne, Alecok Ronde
del Wurth, John le Mazun of Bouelton, Roger son of
Henry de Helton, Henry Mainard of Merkelesden, Richard
son of Waldef de Exineshull, Thomas brother of Adam
Arthur, Richard de Goldburn, Pipot de Turton, Pimme
Forester of Anderton, Brun brother of Henry Capil of
Aschelindene, Roger Godinpriche [erased], Richard de Ricroft
of Heselindene, Robert his son, Hugh de Ascheley of
Aselindene, Henry Capel of Aselindene, William Bulax and
Alexander de Thornhurst, suspected of theft, absconded.
Exigent and outlawed. Chattels; Robert son of Ulf, 2 marks;
Richard son of Alexander, 25s. 2d.; Henry Dune of Salebir, 17s. 6d.;
Richard Kygelpeni, 22s. 5d. and land of which the King's year etc. 8s., for
which etc.; Geoffrey de Calne, 21s.; Alexander Goldwegge of Merkelesden,
6s.; Roger Godinpriche, 32s.; Richard de Ricroft, 10s.; Thomas brother of
Adam Arthur, 31s. and land etc., 5s.; the rest no chattels.
Later come Henry Dunne and Roger Godinpriche and put themselves
on the country; Henry giving 1 mark for a jury, surety, Roger de
Salebyr; and they are both acquitted.
Later comes Richard Kiggelpeny and pays ½ mark fine to return
to peace; surety, Ralph de Claiton.
William, son of Geoffrey and Hugh his brother, suspected of theft, come and stand their trial.
The Jury and four neighbouring vills find William guilty of burglary
and several thefts; his chattels 22s. 2d., for which the Sheriff to account.
Hugh is acquitted. Later Hugh pays 1 mark fine for trespass;
sureties, Simon Reeve (prepositus) of Merkesden and Jordan son of Elias
The Jury present these for taking of the chattels of
Walter de Tadham, viz.:—Richard de la More, a cow value
5s.; Thomas son of Sygherith de Tornelay, 2 cows value
10s.; Biby de Knolie, 7 cows value 35s.; Dobbe son
of Robert de Schyppin, 2 cows value 10s.; they are
all fined, and to account for the said values: and
Richard pays 1 mark, sureties, William son of Gamel
and Roger son of Gervase; and Thomas son of Syerith
pays ½ mark, same sureties; and Bybi de Cnolle pays ½ mark,
The Jury present that Adam, Richard, William and
Roger, sons of Roger parson of Blakeburn, burned the
Grange of the Abbot of Stanlegh at Staininges; so
exigent and outlawed, no chattels; and Bernard de Schamelesbyr, Richard his brother, Was de Schamelesbiry,
Alexander de Horewud, Adam de Salebiry, Henry son of
Robert de Blakeburn, Richard de Cawud of Liuesay,
William son of Matilda de Eccleshull, Gilbert de Eccleshull, Adam de Tokholes, Maddok de Blakeburn, William
Bustoch, Richard son of Pettel. Geoffrey de Tokholes,
Roger le Fraunceys, Richard de Singelton, Matilda mother
of the said Richard, William and other wrongdoers aforesaid,
Wyun son of Roger de Haselingden, Thomas son of
Matilda de Haselingden, Christian de Aluetham, John Kay
of Blakeburn, Robert son of Robert de Blakeburn, Henry
son of John de Haselingden, Henry de Plesington, Henry
de Hocton, Brunc his brother, Ekke de Tokholes, John le
Leuit, Roger de Netton, Richard son of Henry de Viseual,
William son of Robert de Nitton, Richard de Hundecliue,
Wyon son of Wervill, Robert de Euot, Adam de Aluetham,
Alexander Knit of Little Harewud, Henry de Vunntlay
and Robert de Aldaine in Salesbiry received the said
Adam and others after they did the same.
Of Adam de Marchdene his fine for trespass,
½ mark; surety, John de Lascy.
Later it is witnessed that the King, by his writ, has
ordered the custodian of the land of John late Earl of
Lincoln to attach all those who were suspected of the
arson of the said grange; and he found none of them save
only the above Adam son of Roger, who is attached
by Robert de Rauenesden, Adam son of Robert de
Blakeburn of Aluetham, Adam brother of Henry de
Sutteleswurth, Richard de Osewaldetwysel of Eluetham,
Adam son of Stephen de Aluetham, Robert son of
Margery de Aluetham, Bibby son of Richard de Aluetham,
Roger son of Robert de Hapton, Adam son of William
de Aluetham, Adam son of Albreda de Wlipschyre,
Geoffrey de Tokholes, Gilbert de Dinkidele, Henry son
of Elias de Plesington, Roger de Bradelay, Henry de
Sutheleswurth, Benne de Ecclesille and Bernard de Salesbiry, to come before the present Justices: and they have
him not here, so fined. See back [of membrane].
And Wyun son of Warvill, suspected of receiving the
said Adam and his brothers pays fine 1 mark; surety, William
de Werleworth: Robert de Eywode for same, 1 mark;
surety, William Smith of Rachedal: Adam de Eluetham
for same, 1 mark; surety, Adam Noel: Alexander Knycht
for same, ½ mark; surety, William de Samlesbyri: Henry
de Hunteley for same, ½ mark; same surety: Robert de
Holden for same, 1 mark; same surety: Henry son of
Robert de Blakeburn for same, ½ mark: Robert son of
Robert de Blakeburn for same, ½ mark.
Later comes the said Matilda and pays 60 marks fine
for herself and Adam, Richard, William and Roger her
sons by the following sureties: Adam Noel for 20 marks;
Henry de Schutlesworth, 10 marks; Ralph de Clayton, 5
marks; Thomas de Elueteham, 5 marks; Adam de Hennethyrne, 5 marks; Richard Fitun, 40s.; Jordan de Mitton,
40s.; Thomas de parva Penilton, 40s.; Hugh Querderay,
40s.; Henry son of Uctred de Whalley, 1 mark; Ralph de
Mitton, 2 marks.
And Wasse de Samlesbiry, Bernard de Samlesbiry,
Richard son of Adam de Samlesbiry and Henry de Houton,
suspected of receiving Adam and his brothers, pay 4 marks
fine; sureties, William de Samlesbyry, Adam de Merton:
Adam de Salesbir, for same, pays 2 marks; surety, Syward
de Salesbir: Alexander de Harewod, for same, pays 20s.;
sureties [blank]: Richard de Eywode of Lyuesay, for same,
pays 2 marks; surety, Adam de Blakeburn: William son of
Matilda de Ecleshull, for same, pays 20s.; same surety.
m. 21 dorso.
They present that Richard de Singelton was in company
with Adam son of the parson of Blakeburn and his brothers
at the burning of the Grange of Stayninges; so exigent
and outlawed; no chattels, but land for which the King's
year, etc., 1 mark. Later it is witnessed that the said Richard
was taken for other offences (molestis) and released on bail,
sureties, Alan de Singelton (dead), William de Thornton,
Roger de Stainol, Richard de Dutton, Adam de Frekilton,
Thomas de Singelton (dead), William son of Alan de
Stainol, Roger son of John de Stainol, Jordan son of
William de Stainol (has nothing), William son of John de
Stainol and Michael de Toncroft (has nothing), who have
him not here; so fined.
Peter de Bradele, Richard Emod and Adam de Wakershal are tried for burglary and acquitted. Gilbert de Bromlegh,
attached for the same, absent; sureties, Adam de Wakerehal
and Peter de Bradeleg, fined: and Gilbert is found not
guilty, so excepted from the said suspicion (retto).
Gilbert de Ecleshul for receiving those who burned the
said Grange pays 20s. fine; surety, Robert de Ecleshul:
Adam de Tocholes, for the same, 2 marks; surety, William
de Ruynton: Maddok de Blakeburn, for the same, 20s.;
surety, Adam Noel: Richard son of Petel, for the same,
1 mark; surety, William de Caldekotes: Roger le Franceys,
for the same, 40s.; sureties, William de Lyuesey and Robert
de Plesington: Wyun brother of Roger de Haselingden,
for the same, 4 marks; surety, John de Lascy: Thomas
brother of Matilda, for the same, 1 mark; surety, Thomas
de Blakelawe: Henry de Plesinton, for the same, 2 marks;
surety, Ralph de Mitton: Brun de Hooghton, for the same,
½ mark; surety, William de Samlesbiry: Elyas de Tokholes,
for the same, 2 marks; surety, William de Liueseye: John
de Lewed, for the same, 20s.; surety, Robert de Ecleshull:
Roger de Wytton, for the same, 2 marks; surety, Adam de
Bilington: Richard son of Henry de Wysewell, for the same,
20s.; surety, Jordan de Hennethyrn: William son of Robert
de Wytton, for the same, 20s.; surety, Adam de Bylinton:
Richard de Cumbecliue, for the same, 20s.; surety, Richard
The Wappentak of Amunderness comes by xii.
Of John de Legh, William de Carlton and their fellow
jurors for their fine before Judgment:—10 marks.
Richard Clerk of Legh has appealed Richard son of
Roger de Cotum, Alan son of Roger, Was son of Roger,
Wilkin son of Henry son of Milla, Adecok son of
Richard de Caybel and Roger son of Sibill of robbery.
Adcock and Roger are outlawed at his suit; no chattels. The rest
absent; Richard attached by Adam de Billesburg, William son of Hamo
de Billesburg and Richard brother of Alan de Singelton; Alan, by
Roger de Cotum his father, Robert Blundun of Cotum (dead), William
Carpenter of Ingol and Grimbald de Slere; Was, by Robert son of
William de Cotum (dead), Gregory Ruffun of Cotum (dead), Roger le
Bacheler of Wirkidele (dead); Wilkin, by Richard son of Swayn de Samlesbir,
Robert son of Henry de Leheued, Alan son of Henry de Le and Henry
father of the said Wilkin. And Richard Clerk is told to proceed against
them to outlawry.
Grimbald son of William de Schelen appeals Adam
son of Christian and Robert de Nattelondon of breach
of peace and battery.
Appellant does not prosecute; sureties, John de Staunford and John de
Gaynstak. Accused acquitted. Later Adam and Robert pay ½ mark fine
for trespass; surety, Thomas de Coupmaneswra.
Agnes de Billesburg has appealed Henry son of
William son of Loard of rape.
She comes and declines to prosecute, so to prison; sureties, Adam
de Billesburg and Dobbe de Grenhol, fined. The Jury convict, and so
both to custody, being poor.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of William
Miller of Brokholes at Brokholes. The vill of Brokholes
did not pursue, so fined.
Robert de Etherwyk has appealed Richard de Soureby,
Thomas de Elaund, Luuecok and Hugh sons of Syward,
of assault (plagis).
Robert absent; sureties, Adam de Hetheleswyk, Alan son of Roger
de Eccleston. Thomas and Luuecok absent; sureties of Thomas, Robert
de Cleyton and Warin de Waleton; of Luuecok, Richard le Iniur and
Richard Banastre. And Richard and Hugh come, and Hugh gives ½ mark
for a good inquisition; surety, Grimbald de Barton: and the Jury are
not satisfied of their guilt, so acquit them. Later comes Richard de
Soureby and pays ½ mark fine for transgressing; surety, Hugh de
Richard de Anedargh has appealed Adam de Wedacre
Richard does not prosecute; sureties, William de Gayrstang and Hugh de
Gayrstang. Adam comes, and the Jury are satisfied that he struck Richard
a blow with a sword: so to custody. Later Adam pays 40s. fine; sureties,
Robert de Wedacre and Henry son of Tyok.
Margery de Inskip has appealed Biby son of Reginald
of the death of Thomas her husband.
Byby is outlawed at her suit; chattels 22s.
Richard son of Utred de Alleston has appealed William
Palstre of the death of Thomas son of Adam his nephew.
Richard absent, sureties, Adam son of Roger de Alston and Alan son
of Henry de Alston: and William is outlawed, chattels 3s.
Matilda de Brokholes has appealed Gamel de Elmet of
the death of Adam her husband.
Gamel outlawed, no chattels.
Richard son of Jordan de Trerefell has appealed Thomas
son of the Chaplain, who is dead, of robbery.
Thomas has no essoin of death as the custom is; sureties fined, Adam
son of Jordan de Wetele and William son of Richard de Thornythele.
Amabel late wife of Roger de Le has appealed John
de Hegham of the death of the said Roger.
John absent, and not attached. Amabel comes and is poor and tasks
by her poverty that the King prosecute; and John is convicted and
outlawed, chattels 16s. 8d. for which etc.
Of defaults:—the Abbot of Deulacres, Jordan de
Gosenere, John de Hainton and John de Thornhol came
not on the first day, so fined.
Alice daughter of Gilbert de Flayale has appealed Roger
son of Uthred de Brockhol of rape, on the third Monday
before Whitsun day in that year, about nine o'clock, at or
near the vill of Brokhol, near Rible water.
She offers to prove this against him as woman against man, as the
Court decides. Roger comes and puts himself on the country, whether
her suit is reasonable. And it is witnessed by the Coroner's roll that she
did not raise hue and cry when she made suit against him as she ought.
(Non leuauit vthesium ut secuta fuit uersus eum prout sequi debuit). So
the Court decide that the appeal fails; and as to the breach of peace,
the jury say that Roger is not guilty in any way, and he is acquitted.
Alice to custody for false appeal, and she is poor.
Of Ladies:—they say that Alice who was wife of Alan
de Singelton is in the King's gift and marriageable, and
William de Lancastre has her marriage for the King.
Likewise Eve who was wife of Geoffrey Arbalaster and Alice
who was wife of Richard de Katerhale are in the King's
gift and marriageable; but they know not the value of
their lands; and William de Lancastre holds their marriages
for the King.
Of Churches:—they say that the Church of S. Michael
super Wyre is in the King's gift, and James de Monasteriis
holds it for the King; yearly value 70 marks. And the
Church of Kyrkhaym is likewise in the King's gift, and
William de Ebor, Constable of Beverle, holds it of the
King's gift; yearly value 12 score marks.
The Jury present that Ralph son of Richard de Katerhale
is in the custody of the King, and William de Lancastre
holds him for the King, and his land is worth 12s. yearly.
They present that William de Singelton holds 4 oxgangs
of lands by Serjeanty as Keeper of the Wapentakes of
Amundernes and Blakeburnshire, with one serjeant mounted
and two footmen and they are worth yearly 12s. For
Of wreck of sea:—they say that two casks of wine
stranded (applicaverunt) on the sea shore at Roshal, and
Matthew de Redeham (sic), Sheriff, took them to Lancastre
Castle, and also an empty barrel stranded there, and
the same Sheriff had it; value of wine, 43s. 4d.
Robert de Ethereswyk makes fine 1 mark for trespass;
surety, William son of Michael de Thornton.
Of wreck of sea:—they say that three casks of wine
stranded at Hacunesho on the land of John de Hacuneshou,
value 6½ marks, and John took and has them. Later comes
John de Hacuneshou and says that King Richard enfeoffed
one Geoffrey his father of all his lands so freely that, if
wreck of sea stranded on it, he might have it to his own
use; whence, he says, it happened in the time of King
John, when he was in those parts, that three casks of wine
stranded on Geoffrey's land; and when this was shown to
the King he granted it to Geoffrey, by the name of wreck.
And the said Geoffrey his father all his time had the
wreck when it occurred on his land, and he, the son, should
have it. And he appeals to a jury, and offers the King
10 marks for a search; and it is received on condition that
he come on the morrow of the Nativity of our Lord
[26 December] before the King, wherever he may be; and
if the King allow that he ought to have the wreck he
shall have it, and if not he shall answer for the said
offence; surety, John de Hakun.
The Jury present that Adam, Richard, William and Roger,
sons of Roger Parson of Blakeburn burned the Grange of
the Abbey of Stanlawe at Staining, and Henry Tales, John
son of Alan de Hulkotes, Cadigan de Heton, Dodin his
comrade (socius) and Richard de Singelton conducted the
burners to make the said arson and brought them back:
so all exigent and outlawed; no chattels.
William de Singelton, fine for several offences, 10 marks;
sureties, Adam de Aynuluesden, Adam de Blakeburn, Gilbert
de Kyuerdale, Richard de Knolle, William de Balderston,
Thomas de Coupmanewro, Richard Fithun, Geoffrey de
Whallay, Ralph de Cleyton and William de Mulynaus.
William Joye, Simon Glayue and William le Milkester,
suspected of theft, come and stand their trial.
The two first are acquitted, and William le Milkester is found guilty
of stealing clothes and burglary; so outlawed, no chattels.
The Jury present that Adam de Muston and Lawrence
son of Roger de Tatham took two beasts, value 10s., of
Walter de Tatham and took them to the house of John
Harang, where they ate them; so fined, and to account
to the King for 10s Later Thomas de Coupmanwra pays
2 marks fine for John Harang, sureties, himself and
William de Kyrketon; and likewise 1 mark fine for
Adam, same sureties.
The Jury present that Robert de Thornideley, deceased,
took 8 of the said beasts value 40s., for which his heir
is to answer.
They present that Robert de Wytinghaym and Simon
his brother took 7 of the said beasts, value 35s.; so
fined, and to account for 35s.
m. 22 dorso.
The Jury present that Warin de Ethelaston, Dobbe
son of Thomas, Alexander de Etheliston, Wasse son of
Roger de Cotum, William son of Henry son of Mylla,
Jordan Excommunicatus, Roger son of Lyelf, William son
of William Crune, Gregory de Clacthon and Robert de
Etheleston, elsewhere indicted before the Justices at the
other Eyre, found sureties to appear before the now
Justices and to stand right if anyone wished to plead
(loqui) against them.
They come not. Sureties of Warin, William Barnefader, Jordan son
of Ralph de Etheleston, Richard son of Walter de Etheleston, Adam
son of Robert West, Robert and Roger sons of Sigherht: of Dobbe,
Richard son of Walter de Etheleston, Warin son of Thomas de Etheleston, Jordan son of Ralph de Etheleston, Adam son of Robert West, and
Henry de Ingol: of Alexander, William his son, Richard brother of
Alexander, Robert son of Thomas de Etheleston, and William son of
Robert de Etheleston: of Wasse, Richard de Singelton, Alan brother of
Wasse, Matthew brother of Roger de Cotum (dead) and Adam son of the
same Roger: of William son of Henry, Henry his father, Benedict le
Large, John son of Henry de Le and Dyke de Chypendale: of Jordan,
Adam de Barton and Adam Fetherel: of Roger son of Lyelph, William
son of Alexander de Ethereston, Richard de Udereshale, Roger de Grimesargh and Richard son of Walter de Halueston: of William son of
William, Adam son of Ketel de Gersingham, John son of Benedict de
Farleton, William his father and John son of Richard de Wytington: of
Gregory de Clagthon, William de Wynmarley, Adam de Solam, Hugh
son of Adam Parfay of Preston, Roger del Tuncroft, and Matthew son
of Ralph de Claghton: of Robert, John de Etheleston, William brother
of Robert, Dogge son of William Ceci and Richard de Marays.
Of persons indicted:—they say that Richard son of
Lecelin de Halleston, William de Blakewelbanc, Kandelan
de Sclene, Peter Lur of Neuwesum, Roger son of Alexander
de Legh, Henry Wyterwater, Thomas son of William de
Trefeud, Dobbe son of Albin Priest, Simon Dete of Chippin,
Adam son of Adam de Sunderlaund, Dogge son of Elias de
Dingele and Tille Wudeward, suspected of theft, absconded;
so exigent and outlawed; chattels, William 8s., Roger
16s. 7d., the rest nothing.
Later Adam de Hothon pays ½ mark fine for Richard
son of Leceline de Halleston, that he may return to the
peace; surety, William de Samlesbiry.
All of that Wapentak complain against John de Wythington, serjeant of Master John Le Rumayn, that he by the
advocacy of the said Master John takes money and
corn from them against their wish at his will; and
if they will not give he has them taken to his capital
house and there they are at once fined; so that by such
deeds the country is being ruined. So to judgment.
The Wapentake of Lonnesdal comes by xii.
12 m. (sic.)
Of Alan son of Orm, Adam Garnet and their fellow
jurors for their fine before Judgment:—10 marks.
Roger de Bardesay has appealed William le Escruaynt
of the death of Robert his brother: and Thomas le Escot
of force at the said death.
William and Thomas outlawed, no chattels.
The same Roger has appealed Nicholas de Crauene that
he was in force (in vi) with the said William and Thomas
at the said slaying of Robert his brother.
Nicholas comes and pleads that there is nothing against him in this
appeal for which he should be put to law, and he is overruled, and to
custody for false claim, and the trial proceeds. Verdict, not guilty. Roger
pays ½ mark fine for false appeal; sureties, Michael de Adkerlith and Roger
Matilda who was wife of William de Clesdon has appealed
Nicholas le Mercer of the death of her husband.
Nicholas is outlawed, chattels 2s.
She also has appealed Robert son of John le Tanur
of force at the said death.
Robert is outlawed, no chattels. And Alan le Kinge, Adam de Rothery
and Dobbe de Oregraue, attached for being present at the said slaying,
are acquitted, but fined for not taking Nicholas and Robert. The vill of
Cleston made no pursuit, so fined: and 12 jurors concealed that appeal,
so fined. Adam son of Adam the Reeve and Roger son of William, attached
for being present, are acquitted, but fined for not taking Nicholas and Robert,
½ mark; surety, William de Fornell. Alan and the others are poor.
The Jury present that one Henry le Pestur was wounded
in a stable (stablo) of the Abbey of Fornell, so that he
died: and it is found by the Coroners roll that Robert
le Tayllur was summoned (interrogatus) at four County
Courts for the said death and after was outlawed. On this
comes the said Robert and produces the King's writ in these
words:—"Henry, by the grace of God, etc., to all bailiffs
and faithful subjects to whom, etc., greeting. Know ye,
that at the instance of our beloved and faithful William de
Lancastre we have remitted to Robert le Tayllur, valet of
the said William, the outlawry promulgated against him by
reason of his flight for the death of Henry Pistor of
Fountains of which he was suspected, and we grant him
our peace therefrom, so that he may make peace with the
friends of the said Henry and may stand aright thereof
if anyone, etc." And he gives to the King 10 marks that
his writ may be enrolled; sureties, Rouland le Franceys and
Richard le Butiller. And it is shown that the said Henry
was outlawed in the county of York for the death of Geoffrey
son of Adam. And no one appears to prosecute, so it
is granted that he have the peace as the King commands.
Wap. of Lonnesdal continued.
Adam le Rus was killed by a mad bull; William
Coldbord first finder is dead, but no essoin of death; so
his sureties fined, namely Philip de Roos, the other
surety dead. Verdict, misadventure; value of bull 4s.
for which the Sheriff to answer.
Wymarka de Stanlith has appealed Nicholas de Scroby
of rape, and Adam de Holm of force.
They are absent and were not attached, not having been found.
Wymarka is told to proceed against them to outlawry, if she wish.
Amabel who was wife of Elias Serjeant (seruientis) has
appealed Robert son of Hugh Smith of the death of the
Robert is outlawed; chattels 43s. for which, etc.
Roger Schynard killed Thomas le Moyne in Neubethayt
fields and fled.
Accused is outlawed; no chattels.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Alan
de Urswik and bound him, etc. Vill of Urswyk did not
pursue, so fined.
Julliana de Hesham has appealed John Crocbayn of
the death of Elias her brother.
John is outlawed; no chattels.
John Wytlok and Thorfin de Dene killed Andrew de
Schelwath in Schelwath and fled.
Accused are outlawed, no chattels; vill of Schelwath did not pursue,
Gilbert de Ulueston was drowned from a horse on the
sea beach and the horse was drowned with him.
Verdict, misadventure; unknown what became of the
horse, so for it nothing.
One Ivo, a lay brother (conuersus) of Fornell, was
drowned from a horse in Levene water; John de Bordell
found him. Verdict, misadventure. Value of horse 9s.
William son of Waldef del Greines killed Henry de
Horegraue in Thoruergh fields and fled.
Accused outlawed, chattels 6s. William de Turs made false valuation
of chattels, so fined.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Alan
son of William de Asemunderlawe and fled. Vill of
Asemunderlawe did not pursue, so fined.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Serlo de
Kyrkeby. Vill of Kyrkeby Irlis did not pursue, so fined.
Henry son of Michael de Furness fell from a horse
in Cleston fields and died shortly after. Verdict, misadventure; value of horse ½ mark. The vill of Cleston
buried him without view of the Coroner, so fined.
Margaret who was wife of Lambert de Ulueston has
appealed Alan Mirthebuk of the death of the said
Alan is outlawed, chattels 47s. Roger de Stainerlith and Stephen
de Hertwait made a false valuation of the chattels, so fined.
Agnes who was wife of Norman Serjeant has appealed
Henry Frendles of the death of Norman.
Henry is outlawed, no chattels.
William le Petre struck Elias his brother with a
knife (kniplo) in the belly so that he died, and William
fled to Dalton church; and he acknowledged the deed
and has abjured the kingdom. No chattels.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of John
de Likyl; and Thomas del Water and Hugh his brother,
suspected of that burglary, have absconded, so outlawed;
chattels not known, as they were strangers (extranei).
Adam le Escot killed Walter Bareward in Dalton fields
Outlawed, no chattels.
Still of the Liberty of the Abbey of Forness.
Julliana de Kokerhaim has appealed Richard de Routhecliue
of the death of Roger her husband.
Richard is outlawed, no chattels. And Benedict de Corlous, Simon
de Topias, Henry de Sline, Simon son of Gunilda, Henry son of Henry
de Bigetwayt and Nicholas de Bigetwayt, attached for being present,
are acquitted. The vill of Kokerhaim did not take Richard, so fined.
Margery wife of Adam Clerk of Kokerham has appealed
Richard son of Peter de Kokerhaim of the death of the
said Roger her son.
She comes, but will not prosecute; so to custody and sureties fined,
viz., Adam Clerk her husband, no other surety. Richard comes not, and
not attached because not found. Verdict, not guilty, so let him return
if he wishes; no chattels.
Henry son of Alice de Melling was drowned in Lone
water: Alice his mother, first finder, comes not; attached by
William de Wraton and Benne Brun. Verdict, misadventure.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Ivo de
Scales: vill of Schales (erased) Whitington did not pursue,
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Gilbert
de Lek: and Gilbert was attached to appear before the
Justices and comes not; sureties, Benedict son of Ralph
de Lek and Robert son of Uthred de Lek.
m. 23 dorso.
Wap. of Lonnesdal continued.
Alice late wife of William Stute has appealed John
son of Thomas de Lindal of the death of William.
John is outlawed; chattels 61s., for which the Sheriff and (erased) the
Master of the Hospital to answer: and John de Celarer, William de
Neuton of Kertmel and Gregory Belle made false valuation of chattels
William son of Matthew de Lancastre has appealed Serlo
son of Patrick de Eston of assault etc.
William comes not; sureties, William de Bulk of Lancastre and William
Stythy of Lancastre. Serlo comes, and the jury say that he is guilty,
so to custody; all poor.
Robert Prior of Horneby was killed through a horse,
which carried him on to a certain cross, throwing him at
the cross, so that he died thereafter. Value of horse 40s.
Hugh le Porter of Horneby, then present, attached, but
comes not; sureties, Thomas Thothe of Horneby and William
Hyrdman of Horneby: Richard de Hindelegh, Warin de
Waleton and Hugh de Mitton made false valuation of the
horse, so fined.
Gilbert son of Langus de Clathon has appealed Gilbert
de Schathegail of assault etc.
Accused absent, attached by Adam son of Adam de Farleton and
John brother of the said Adam: appellant told to proceed etc.
John son of Adam de Erghum has appealed Hugh de
Miriwra of robbery etc.
John comes not; sureties, John de Lethton and Alan de Dalton:
accused absent, and not attached. John son of Adam de Tunstall, attached
in that he was in league (ligatus) with the said John, comes not; attached
by John Nuteman of Dalton and Robert del Heued of Dalton.
Roger Carpenter of Ellal has appealed Maurice son of
Roger de Kerneford and Tunnoka wife of Hugh de Kerneford of assault: and Richard, Adam and Hugh, brothers
of Maurice, of force.
Roger comes not; sureties, Gervase his brother, the other surety dead.
The accused are all found guilty, and to custody; later Maurice pays 20s.
fine for himself and all the others; sureties, Rouland de Reuegil and
Richard Le Butiller.
Gilbert Gosman was drowned in Candovere water. Mabel
de Caldecotes, first finder, absent and not attached: so to
judgment as to the Coroner and as to Adam de Kellet,
chief serjeant, who ought to have attached her.
Agnes daughter of William de Elhale has appealed
Jordan son of Hamelin of rape.
Agnes comes not; sureties, William son of William Bran of Elhal and
William son of Walter de Elhal. Jordan absent; attached by Walter
son of Godith de Elhal and Gilbert Milnesheghe of Elhal.
Simon Haliday suspected of the death of Alan son
of Roger de Karlton comes and stands his trial.
The jury and 4 vills acquit him; Adam de Houton gives 5 marks
for the said Simon to have a good enquiry; surety, Matthew de Redeman.
Wrongdoers unknown broke into the house of Robert
Parson of Clacton. Robert comes not, and the jury
witness that he is dead, but no essoin of death; so
sureties fined, Adam Gernet and John de Erghum. The
vill of Clacton did not pursue, so fined.
John de Quixeley killed Edward de Kellet in the
vill of Kellet, and fled.
Outlawed; chattels 34s., for which the Prior of the Hospital of
S. John of Jerusalem to answer. The vill of Kellet did not take him,
so fined. Later it appears that Geoffrey Clerk of Wytingham, then
bailiff, had the chattels in his charge and delivered them to the said
Hospitallers without warrant; so to judgment.
Matilda who was wife of Henry de Forton has appealed
Alan Fulinard of the death of the said Henry.
Alan is outlawed, no chattels. The jury say that no other person
is suspected of the said death.
Sibilla daughter of Hugh le Tunewrith has appealed
William son of Hugh le Forester, that he, on Saturday
next before Pentecost about the hour of vespers, caught
her in his arms on Elhal road and carried her to his
house and forcibly raped her.
William comes and denies the charge, and puts himself on the
Country whether the Justices consider the suit is reasonable. It is proved
by the Coroners' rolls that Sibilla did not raise hue and cry and that she
has appealed William elsewhere. The Court considers that there is no
appeal by which he should be put to law except for breach of peace; of
this the jury acquit him. Sibilla to prison for false appeal, and she is
Gilbert son of Adam de Ireby has appealed William
son of Uthred de Bretlaund (deceased) of the death of
Alan his brother.
Gilbert now comes not; sureties, Adam son of Adam de Irebi and William
son of Gilbert.
Walter nephew of Simon de Kyrkelay was drowned
from a horse in Kenet water. Simon de Kyrkelay, first
finder, comes not and was attached by Thomas Barfot
of Barfat (erased) of Lancastre and Roger Smith of
Lancastre. Verdict, misadventure. The Jury witness that
the horse also was drowned, value of hide 3d., for
Simon son of Godith was drowned from a horse in
Leuene water; Godith his mother first found him.
Verdict, misadventure; value of horse 4s. And 12 jurors
concealed the said horse, so fined.
Wapentake of Lonnesdale continued.
Hamo son of Philip was drowned from a horse in
Lone water; John son of Robert le Passur first finder.
Verdict, misadventure; value of horse 10s. The jury
witness that he was found stripped of all his clothes
(pannis) and things; and that John Makeles of Horneby,
William Hyrdman of Horneby, Sander le Parcur of Horneby
and William de Wenitton stripped the said Hamo of his
said things, so to be taken; and to judgment as to
Adam de Kellet, serjeant, for not attaching them. Later
comes William de Kyrketon, constable of Horneby, and
pays 2 marks fine for John Makeles and the others;
sureties, Richard de Berewyk and Adam Gernet.
John son of Thomas de Barscales was drowned from
a horse in Levene water, and was not found. Verdict,
misadventure; value of horse 3s.
John de Uuerton has appealed Adam de Middelton of
assault and robbery.
Adam asks for judgment as neither day nor hour is named etc.,
and it is decided that the appeal is void, and John is fined for false
claim; and as to breach of peace, the jury say that Adam beat John,
so he is fined; but Adam took nothing from John, so John is fined for
The same John appeals Adam son of Uthred, William
son of Simon de Middelton, Robert son of Syward de Eton
and Richard Smith of Eton, of force.
All are convicted, and to prison.
Later, the said John de Uuerton makes fine 40s. for himself, Robert
son of Syward and Richard Smith; sureties, Adam son of John de Ouerton,
Thomas Tupe, William son of Hugh and Robert son of Richard.
Later, Adam de Middelton comes and makes fine 40s. for himself,
Adam son of Uthred and William son of Simon de Middelton; sureties,
Richard de Burgh and William de Burgh.
Thomas le Messager has appealed Geoffrey Chaplain of
Bothelton of assault.
Thomas now comes not; sureties, William de Ireland (Hybernia) and
John le Porter of Lancastre. Geoffrey found guilty. Later Geoffrey pays
20s. fine; sureties, Roger de Burgh and Ralph de Bouelton.
Roger de Sellerdale has appealed William son of William
son of Eda of the death of Matilda his wife.
William is absent: Roger is told to proceed to outlawry against him.
Henry son of William de Burgh has appealed Richard
son of Gille de Castelton of assault.
Richard is absent: Henry is told to proceed etc.
Agnes daughter of Roger de Erghum has appealed
William son of Swayn of rape.
William is absent and was attached by Geoffrey de Clacton and
William son of Gerard de Clacton; Agnes is told to proceed, etc.
Of M. the Sheriff, for chattels of John son of Robert
de Burton who killed Adam his brother in co. Westmorland, 1 mark.
Of the same for chattels of Ralph Smith and Richard
his brother, hanged at Burton co. York, 3s.
Of the same for the chattels of Adam son of Hilda,
hanged at Northampton, 8 marks.
Of Boys (Valettis) and Maidens who are in the King's
custody:—they say that John son and heir of Walter
de Tatham is in custody of the King; and John le
Fraunceys holds his land for the King, and it is worth
yearly 20 pounds. So for report.
Of Ladies:—they say that Margaret Countess of Kent
is in the King's gift and marriageable, and her lands in
that county are worth yearly 35 pounds. And Margery late
wife of John de Katon is so likewise, and her land in
that county is worth yearly ½ mark. Also Juliana late
wife of Vivian de Hesham, and her land is worth yearly
40s. Also Godith de Kellet, and her land is worth yearly
50s. Also Katherine late wife of William de Kellet, and
she has married William son of William de Tunstal, by
what warrant is unknown; so for report.
Later comes the said William and pays 2 marks fine;
surety, John de Chauncefeud: and be it known that William
de Lancastre, then sheriff, took from the said William
4 marks, for which he should answer.
Also be it remembered that the said William de Lancastre took from men elsewhere indicted 17 pounds, that
they might return to the King's peace.
They present that Alice late wife of William le Blund
is likewise in the King's gift, and marriageable, and her
lands are worth yearly 12d.; so for report.
Of Churches:—they say that the church of Tatham
is in the King's gift by reason of the custody of the
heir of Walter de Tatham, and it is worth yearly 10 pounds,
and Richard Ingeram holds it for the King.
Of Serjeanties:—they say that Roger Gernet of Halton
holds 3 carucates in demesne and 5 in service in Halton
and Lek by Serjeanty as Keeper of the King's forests in
that county; worth yearly 7 pounds. And Adam de Kellet
holds 3 carucates in Kellet by Serjeanty as Keeper of
that Wapentake; and he shall have in the liberty of
Forness one serjeant mounted and one on foot, and in
the body of the Wapentake two mounted and two on foot,
and his land is worth yearly 5 pounds. And Roger de Hesam
holds 2 carucates in Hesham by Serjeanty of sounding
his horn when the King enters that county and when
the King goes out of that county, worth yearly 4 pounds.
And John de Ouelton holds ½ carucate by name of Reeve
(praepositus), of which he holds 2 oxgangs in demesne,
worth yearly 10s., and 2 oxgangs have been taken
into the King's hands because he had enfeoffed others,
worth yearly 10s. And John de Oxecliue holds one carucate by service of making carpentry in Lancastre Castle
when needed, and he to have his food or a penny a
day; out of which he holds in demesne 6 oxgangs, and
2 oxgangs have been taken into the King's hand because
he has enfeoffed others, and the land is worth yearly
30s. For report.
m. 24 dorso.
Wapentake of Lonnesdale continued.
Of Serjeanties:—they say that William de Parles holds
one carucate in Thornholm by service of making the King's
larder in Lancastre castle, out of which he pays yearly
3s. 1½d. to the King when he does not do that service;
and the land is worth yearly 40s. And Ralph de Bolrun
holds one carucate by service of doing rough masonry
(faciendi cementarium) in Lancastre Castle, out of which
he pays a yearly rent of 5s. when he does not work in
the Castle; and the land is worth yearly 20s. And
Ralph de Kellet holds 2 oxgangs in Sline, which used
to find one carpenter in Lancastre Castle but now pays
8s. rent yearly; and also he ought to harrow one acre
of land in the King's fields and mow with 8 men one
day in autumn and to have everything at the board (ad
cibum) of the King; and the land is worth yearly 10s.
And Robert son of Roger held one carucate in Skerton
by name of Reeve; and it is now escheat of the
King and in his own hand, and is worth yearly 15s.
And John le Blund holds 10 acres by service of carpentry
at Lancastre Castle and he shall have as above; and
his land is worth yearly 5s. And William le Gardiner
holds 7 acres and a garden by service of finding potherbs and leeks (olera et porectas) for the kitchen of
Lancastre Castle, and now he pays yearly 5s.; and the
land is worth yearly 5s. And Walter le Rus and Alice
late wife of William Tynctor hold 12 acres in Eggefeld
by service of repairing the ironwork of the King's ploughs
(ferramenta ad carrucas), and now pay yearly 5s.; and
the land is worth yearly ½ mark And Thomas de Gressingham holds 6 oxgangs of land and Thomas his nephew
(nepos suus) 1 oxgang in the vill of Gressingham by
service of forestry as the King's gamekeepers in Wyresdale; and the land is worth yearly 40s. For report.
Of wine sold:—they say that Robert de Wath and
Peter Reeve of Dalton have sold wine contrary to assize
in Dalton, so fined.
Of defaults:—William de Lancastre, Margery Countess
of Kent, William son of William de Kertmel, the Abbot
of Croxton, the Prior of Kertmel, William de Couentre,
Thomas de Hothweit, Augustine Miller of Kellet, Richard
de Quixelay and Gilbert son of Adam de Berewik came
not on the first day of pleas, so fined.
Of wreck of sea:—they say that a cask of wine
stranded on the sands (sabulones) of Kent, and Matthew
de Redeman took it to Lancaster Castle. For report.
The Jury say that John Fillecunte caught Ducke Duy
with a stolen ox, bound him and took him towards Lancastre, and allowed him to escape for 3s. which Ducke
The same John caught a robber with a stolen wether
(multone), bound him and took him towards Lancastre,
and allowed him to go away for 2s. which he gave him.
The same John took Richard Dailwrunt while thieving,
took 5s. from him and let him go. So he is taken and
to judgment as to Adam de Kellet whose serjeant he
was. Later John pays fine 40s.; sureties, Ralph de Bodelton,
Adam de Bouelton, John de Oxecliue and Thomas son of
John de Gersingham.
The Jury say that Robert Cokelberd and other Bedelli
of Master John Romain, Archdeacon of Richmond, wrongfully took dues (garbas) in Autumn, wool and flax, sheep
and lambs, poultry and pence, butter, milk and cheese, to
the damage and destruction of the whole country. For
report. Later Robert Cokelberd pays 20s. fine; sureties,
Adam de Kellet, Geoffrey Clerk and Walter son of Hugh.
Of persons indicted:—Alexander Horn, Richard Ireland,
Hugh son of Richard, William le Stubbore, Richard Illeman,
Hamo Sutor of Gresemere, Richard Fisher, one William of
the Bishopric of Durham, William son of Roger son of
the Chaplain, Jordan son of Bernard, Jordan son of Richard,
Gilbert Dun, Canne son of William de Slene, Geoffry Ganth,
Gille de Halton, Walter de Killington and Roger Scoticus
are all thieves and wrongdoers, and come not; so exigent
and outlawed: chattels, Richard de Ireland 14s.; Jordan son
of Richard 10s.; Gille de Halton 12s. 9d.; the rest nothing.
The Jury present that that Wapentake is worth yearly
The Town (villata) of Lancastre comes by xii.
Of Roger son of Fulk, Walter son of John and their
fellow jurors for their fine before Judgment, 100s.
Of the Town of Lancastre for fine before Judgment.
Matilda who was wife of Henry de Hyndelay has
appealed Hugh Forester of Haunnes of the death of
the said Henry.
Hugh is outlawed; chattels 1 mark, and land of which the King's
year etc., 1 mark for which the Prior of Cokerham, chief lord of
the fee, answers.
William son of William son of Eda wounded Matilda
late wife of Roger de Sellerdale with a knife (kniplo) and
William fled, and is of ill repute, so outlawed; chattels 1 mark.
The Jury present that the Abbot and Monks of Sees
hold the Church of Lancastre by gift of the King's
ancestors, and ought to find a chaplain to celebrate
divine service in Lancastre Castle. For report.
Of escheats:—Thomas de Coupmanwra holds one
burgage in Lancastre, which was escheat of the King
by Robert de Creppinges the King's Escheator; yearly
rent ½ mark, and it is worth as much.
Of cloth sold:—Roger son-in-law of Languse, Brun
brother of Nigell and Roger son of Vivien sold cloth
(pannos) contrary to assize in Lancastre; so fined.
The Jury of Lonnesdal Wappentak say that the
Burgesses of Lancastre took a man, Hulle de Elhale by
name, with the mainour (cum manu opere) in the Town of
Lancastre and hanged him without Coroner and without
Sheriff, by judgment of their own court. Upon this
come the said Burgesses and say that they have such
liberties in their Town as the burgesses of Northampton
have in their Town, and they produce the King's charter
which bears witness to this. For report.
Martin le Irreys, his fine to return to the King's peace
and to find sureties of standing aright if any would plead
against him, 2 marks; sureties, Wydo son of Gerard
and Nicholas brother of Martin.
William le Blund, his fine for the same, 20s.; sureties,
Alexander de Normanwait and Elias de Sinderlaund.
John de Mortwayt, for the same, 1 mark; sureties,
Roger Renglas and Thomas de Irton.
John son of Matilda de Mulecastre, for the same,
1 mark; sureties, Richard brother of the said John and
Ranulph de Selecroft.
Adam son of Stephen Clerk, for the same, 1 mark;
sureties, the said Stephen and Reginald de Morton.
Adam Gilenichel, for the same, 20s.; sureties, Simon
le Plumer and Alexander de Tympanron.
Richard de Normantwait, for the same, 1 mark;
sureties, Alexander de Normantwait and Peter de Eyncurt.
Hugh son of John de Marisco, for the same, 20s.;
sureties, John his father and John de Kendal.
William Colin, for the same, ½ mark; sureties, Uthred
de Loutwayt and Reginald le Foyer.
Nicholas Pestel, for the same, 20s.; sureties, Ralph
de Frisinton and William le Noble.
Agnes de Arscow, for the same, 1 mark; sureties,
Roger de Arscowe and Hugh de Arscowe.
Ralph son of Gamel, for the same, 20s.; sureties,
Alan de Tinpanok and Michael son of Christian.
Richard son of Henry de Smatwayt, for the same,
1 mark; sureties, Michael de Curtenay and Henry de
Adam Frere, for the same, 1 mark; surety, Roger de
Adam son of John de Galeway, for the same, 1 mark;
sureties, Alexander de Timparon and Walter de Arkelby.
John son of William de Coupland, for the same,
1 mark; sureties, Thomas son of Syward and William
son of Julliana.
Julliana de Stubhull, for the same, 1 mark; sureties,
Robert Specin and William de Stubhull.
William son of Duraunt, for the same, 1 mark;
sureties, Germain de Irton and Henry Carpenter.
m. 25 dorso.
The Jury of the Wapentake of Laylaundshyre present
that Lonard Brantschyne, Gilbert son of Lanard, Dogge son
of Ythel, Ivo le Bagger, Dike del Filde, Thomas son of
William de Cleyton and Peter de Withenhull, indicted before
the Justices last in Eyre, found sureties to come before
the now Justices to stand aright etc., and come not.
Sureties fined, viz:—of Lanard, Adam de Bradeschales,
Henry his brother, Warin son of Hugh, Dobbe and Adecok
sons of Swayn de Halueston, Dobbe de Aula of Anderton
and John de Rachecok: of Gilbert, Henry Wasse, Robert
son of Hugh de Croft, Adam de Blakerode and Hugh
de Alueston: of Dogge, Richard son of Ythel, Hugh son
of Ythel, Henry his brother and John son of Alsi: of
Ivo, Thomas brother of Ivo, Elias son of Leweke de
Rouington, William son of Ivo de Rouington, Roger de
Longetre and Hugh son of Blenin: of Dike del Filde,
William son of Alditha, Richard de Thorp, John his son,
Henry son of Gamel de Bretherton and Hull son of
Magge: of Thomas, William his father, Patrick de Clayton,
William his brother, Adam del Kar of Samelesbiri and
John son of Robert: of Peter, Richard de Allerton, Alan
de West Legh, Gilbert de Welton and Thomas de
The Jury of the Wapentake of Salfordschyre present
that Thomas de Luselegh, Jordan de Wytewurthe, Adam
de Hocton, Dobbe de Hocton, Roger de Salinghurst,
Simon de Fasteswurth, Dike son of Maddok, Dande de
Leuer, Roger de Gateley, Hugh de Goldburne, Adam de
Sinhull, Gilbert Clerk of Shafteswurth, William son of
Ythayn, Richard son of Margery de Crumpton, Steyne
de Holton, Roger Deacon, Alecok de Totington, Brunt
Junt, Dobbe son of Margery de Crumpton, Richard son
of Adam son of Thorold and Simon de Quintefeld, indicted before the Justices last in Eyre, found sureties
etc., etc., and come not.
Sureties fined, viz.:—of Thomas, Adam de Heyuuode,
Richard Reeve (praepositus) of Salford, Gilbert Urdi and
Hugh de Lungewurth: of Jordan, Ranulph his son, Henry
de Tunwaleclif, Henry son of Akemone, and John Lenginur:
of Adam, Richard de Rumewurth, Matthew de Hocton, John
de Leuer and Alexander de Tonge: of Dobbe, Alexander de
Akinbothun, William de Hocton, Adam de Hulton and
Ranulph de Farenwurth: of Roger, Uthred de Whereford,
William de Bradesaghe, Roger de parva Bothelton [erased]
(has nothing), Augustine son of Durand [erased] (dead), Hugh
brother of the said Roger and Robert de Buri [erased] (has
nothing): of Simon, William his father, Robert his son
in law, Adam son of Orm [erased] (has nothing), Richard
his brother and Roger de Bothelton [erased] (has nothing):
of Dike, Jordan son of Robert de Wudese of Penilton,
Thomas son of Robert de Kershale, Thomas, Robert and
William, sons of Maddok and Maddock de Halketon: of
Dande de Leuer, Elias son of Gene, William son of
Matthew, Richard de Leuer, Adam son of Matthew de
Harewod [erased] (have nothing) and Elias son of Henry
de Farenwurth: of Roger de Gatele, Richard his son
[erased] (is beheaded), Elias de Gatele, Robert Clerk of
Halghton, William son of John de Scharples, Hugh son
of Blenin, William son of Blenin and Richard son of
Elias de Bouington: of Hugh, Maddock de Halghton,
Hugh de Hadburgham, Gilbert de Goldburn, Hugh and
William sons of Blenin de Halghton: of Adam de
Sinhull, Robert son of Mary [erased] (dead), Thomas his
brother [erased] (dead), Elias son of Henry and Robert
de Wyrkithele: of Gilbert Clerk, Roger de Haliwell
[erased] (fled), Richard de Rumwurth, Hugh de Hoghton
and Ralph de Farenwurth: of William, Richard son of
Ythel de Hulton, Richard son of Ythayn, Roger son of
Dolfin and Robert son of Richard: of Richard son of
Margery, Thomas le Muner of Trafford, Jordan and
Robert brothers of Richard de Trafford, Henry son of
Alsi de Trafford: of Steyn, John Reeve (praepositus)
of Redinall, Roger de Helton, William son of Dolfin
and Matthew son of Amaria de Buri: of Roger Deacon,
John de Greacris and Adam son of Orm de Hahulm:
of Alecok, Alecok de Langele, William son of Eve de
Totington, William son of Agnes the widow and William
son of Ralph de Kyrkedale: of Brunt, Uthred le Lewet,
Thomas son of Agnes de Hindelay, Uthred de Wynstanesle and Robert son of Robert de Hindele: of
Dobbe, Brun his brother and Jordan his brother: of
Richard son of Adam, Adam his father [erased] (dead),
Thoraldus [erased] (dead), Luuecok Schayfe [erased] (fled)
and Judde Rampe: of Simon de Wythefeld, Jordan
Tybothe, William son of Richard de Crompton, Peter de
Althume [erased] (dead) and William son of Robert
Skayf [erased] (fled).
m. 26 dorso.
The Jury of the Wapentake of Derebyschyre present
that William son of Ralph de Bedeford, Roger son of
Orm, Simon Uttinge, Richard brother of Matthew le
Bolde, Colbus de Melling, Bimme de Mulinaus, Henry
del Pek, Henry de Northcroft, Vivian de Welwemore
Roger de Welwemore, Sauasin de Par, Grifin del
Ruding, Thomas Bule, Roger le Pilur, Dobbe de Merklokhurst, Dike le Pilur, Dobbe son of Cecily, John de
Merklok, Richard son of Robert de Wllemore, Robert de
Brockolhurst, Robert son of Cecily, Hobekin son of
Nicholas, Richard son of Adam son of Ingelard, Dike
le fiz Ulf and Adecok Kay, indicted before the Justices
last in Eyre found sureties etc., but come not.
Sureties fined, viz.:—of William son of Ralph, Ralph
his father [erased] (dead), Hugh Smith of Tiddesle [erased]
(has nothing), Roger de Brithsmete, Thomas de Hulm
of Salford, Robert son of Herbert, Hamo de Bedeford
and Elias de Bedeford: of Roger son of Orm, Alan son
of Hudde de Pesefurlanig, Augustine his brother, Geoffrey
son of Orm and Henry Smith: of Simon, Henry de
Herefalling, William de Reynford son of Ranulph [erased]
(dead), William son of Ralph Cythariste, John son of
Beatrix de Reynford: of Richard, Dande son of Richard
de Dithon, Henry Otsiteheued, Robert le Mercer, John
son of Ranulph de Bolde, Richard de Northale and
Richard son of Award de Crosseby: of Colbes, Thomas
son of Albert de la Qoucque, Richard son of Adam de
Dithon, Jordan de Holaund, Thomas and Richard brothers
of Colbes: of Bimme, Simon his father, Henry son of
Richard de Melling, Bartholomew de Borestok, Henry
son of Simon de Cuschoteheued: of Henry Pek, Richard
and Hull his brothers, Henry son of William and Henry
son of Edrith: of Richard de Northcroft, Henry de
Cunnescok, Roger de Cunnescok, Adam son of William
de Northcroft and Simon son of Roger de Ruthand: of
Vivian, Roger de Hurlton, Richard brother of Bartholomew
de Borestok, Augustine de Taneletford and Gilbert de
Wulwemore: of Sauasiun, Alexander son of William de
Wyndhull, Dike son of Richard Haversegge, Roger son
of Adam de Par and Henry son of Ralph de Par: of
Griffin de Ruding, Alexander de Crulle, Brun de Eccleston and Roger de Birkes: of Thomas Bule, Richard son
of Award de Ayntre, William [son] of Godith de Litherlaund, Roger son of Richard de Skermerdale, and Henry
son of Adam [erased] Alan de Holaund: of Roger
le Pilur, Richard son of Geoffrey de Acton, Roger le
Waleys (Walensis) of Litherlaund and Richard le Pilur:
of Dobbe de Merklekhirste, Richard son of Alwyn de
Skyrmerdale, Henry son of Dobbe de Dalton, William
son of Dobbe de Dalton and Gilbert Smith: of Dike
le Pilur, Richard de Acton, Roger de Litherlaund and
Roger brother of the said Dike: of Dobbe son of Cecily,
Simon de Holecroft, Geoffrey son of Orm de Culchyt,
Roger son of Richard de Culchyt and Dogg son of Orm
de Culchyt: of John de Merklok, Richard Quithaund,
William his brother, Walter de Greteby and Richard de
Wahsemore: of Richard son of Robert, Richard de Welshemore, Richard Wytthend, Walter de Greteby and Richard
Osebert: of Robert de Brokholhurst, Roger son of Gunyld
de Lathum, Adam son of Mary, Richard son of Ralph
de Welshmore, and Henry de Waletonley: of Robert
son of Cecily, Adam de Waterfalclegges, Dobbe de Mercleghurst, Henry son of Philip and Thomas de Ellerbek:
of Hobekinn, Dike son of Adam de Ditgthon, Richard
Miller, John son of Nicholas, William de Eccleshull and
Hudde de Fayrwayt: of Richard son of Adam, Dike
de Rughthwayt, Adam de Northcroft, Bernard de Melling
and Richard de Northcroft: of Dike son of Ulf, Thomas
his brother, Alan his brother, William Reeve of Knouwesley and Gilbert de Knouwesley: of Adecok, Robert
del Cleg of Baylay, Richard son of Richard de Grenehurst, Walter de Baylay, Jordan and Ralph his sons.
The Jury of the Wapentake of Makefeud present that
Alecok de Wygayn, Henry Clerk of Legh, Maddok son
of Joanas, Richard son of Godith de Orul and Dobbe
son of Joanas, indicted before the Justices at the other
Eyre, etc., found sureties etc., and come not.
Sureties fined, viz.:—of Alekok, John son of Benedict
de Wygain, Syward son of Orm, Leysing son of William
and Richard son of Henry de Wygain: of Henry, Henry
de Hindele and William Clerk of Hindele: of Maddok,
Henry son of Wrenou, Thomas son of Yowayn de
Bulling, Perot his brother, Thomas son of Uthred de
Bulling, Dike son of Yarwyt de Wynstanelay and Adam
de Wynstaneley: of Richard son of Godith, William son
of William de Orul, John son of Adam de Orul, Richard
de Quitelawe. Henry son of Robert de Orul and Richard
son of Thomas de Pemberton: of Dike (sic), Yarewyt de
Litherlaund, Thomas son of Joanas de Windul, William
Clerk, Adam son of Leysing, William his brother and
William son of William de Windul.