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H1296 A: hue and cry: [1]

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E1307 A: Trespass false imprisonment. John de Derby & Scholastica his wife v. William Attewelle, William Page, Osbert Page, Henry Lunotesone, & Thomas le Youngehosebonde. Justified: This Scholastica who John now calls his wife he previously within the liberty of the abbot of Abingdon beat and shed her blood, whereupon she raised the hue and cry. William Attewelle as tithingman took security from her to prosecute him. He took John to the gate of the abbey to answer the complaint. John was there amerced. [2]

H1312 A: Supervision of quality of wine. Joan who was the wife of Walter de Wycumbe v. Robert de Charneie of Abingdon, Thomas Perkyn, John de Dounton, Richard Bishop, Hugh de Podelcote, Robert de Colkote, William Pony, Robert le Shephirde, John de Leghton. Trespass breaking of a tun of wine. Charneye justified as bailiff of Abingdon; the tasters of wine found that wine to be rotten, so he took it. [3]

M1318 A: Enforcement of the assize of bread and ale at Abingdon. Gilbert de Elefeld v. Abbot of Abingdon, Nicholas atte More, John Brouns, Adam de Favelore, and Richard Bishop. [4]

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  • M1344 A: Berkshire. Jury summons as to whether in 1 Edward III Hugh de Colnham of Abingdon burned the houses of the abbot of Abingdon at Abingdon: 6 "Newhouses" and other houses, church ornaments, boks, chalices, vestments, other church vessels, 40 horses etc worth 1050 p.s. [5]. [6], [7] rcp

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  • E1363 A: Abbot of Abingdon v. John de Ledecombe de Abingdon, Walter Oxeburgh de Abingdon, and Matilda late wife of William Farfyndon de Abingdon. Abbot vindicates his right by jury verdict that poles affixed to the waste for the display and sale of goods are thereafter at the will of the Abbot and cannot be taken away at the will of those who affixed them. [8] rcp

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