Barton-on-Humber Documents

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M1302 A: William Dore v. Adam de Kiddale of Barton on Humber & Robert de Burton le Bailliff de Barton. Procedure of the Barton court for attachment; evasion of attachment. [1]

M1303 A: Roger son of Roger le Clere of Barton-on-Humber v. Robert de Burtone & Stephen le Warner of Barton-on-Humber. False imprisonment case against bailiffs who justify as enforcement of order from king's council in parliament concerning a confederation to set working conditions and pay. [2]

M1303 B: Order to Richard Oysel, custos of Kingston upon Hull on the part of Eustace de Hatche: Eustace had bought a hip at Tinmouth for transport of coal and other goods to Gascony by Thomas de Trumflete of Barton on Humber; Richard Pellesone then asserted that the ship was his and had been taken by wrongdoers at sea so that the ship was arrested; resolution now to be by ordinance of king's council. Richard was unable to prove the ship was his, so that Oysel was to release the ship to Eustace. [3]

T1304 A: Presentation to the vicarage of Barton-on-Humber. Rex v. Brother Richard de Heinton, Prior of Bardney, Brother John de Lysours, Brother William de Fiskerton, Brother Richard de Fodringeye, Brother William Gunneys, & Brother Simon de Haneworth, co-monks of the prior. [4]

M1304 A: Richard Oysel bailiff of Hull sent the plaintiff to hold court at Barrow; on his return through Barton-on-Humber he was attached by four resentful people from Barrow. Robert de Pidseburton v. William Wymark de Hesel, Henry de Hull, William son of William Hunteman de Hesel, Walter Staykbutter de Hesel, & Hugh de Hull de Hesel. [5]