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H1297 A: Seizure of horses by bailiff for royal officials. [1]

E1298 A: Certiorari of composition between men of Canterbury and the abbot of St Augustine's made in 1258. [2]

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E1300 A: Reginald Hurel citizen of Canterbury v. John Aubyn, Thomas de Terfeld, William Leke, and John de Colton (bailiffs of the Bishop of Norwich) and Roger le Clerke, Robert de Tateshale, and Roger de Montalt of Lynn. Exaction of tolls contrary to royal charter to Canterbury. [3]

E1302 A: devise by will of tenements in Canterbury. [4]

T1302 A: devise by will of tenements in Canterbury. [5]

T1302 B: procedure for probating wills of land in Canterbury. [6]

H1303 A: William Predican, Edmund atte Stretende, and Thomas le Keu chaplains arrested for armed resistance to bailiff in Canterbury churches. [7]; related [8], [9]; [10], [11]; !!: [12]; [[13]; [14]

E1306 A: Hue and cry and the action of bailiffs. False imprisonment. John Himself v. John Adam of Canterbury, Robert Abbot, William de Chaldane tailor & John Holte. [15]

E1306 B: Hue and cry and the action of bailifs. False imprisonment. Adam le Brewere v. John Adam of Canterbury, Robert Abbot, William de Chaldane tailor, & John Holte. [16]

E1306 B: Hue and cry and the action of bailifs. False imprisonment. Andrew atte Hathouse v. John Adam of Canterbury, Robert Abbot, William de Chaldane tailor, & John Holte late bailiffs of Canterbury. [17]

H1307 A: Error on an assize for obstruction of a water course in the city court without writ. Robert de Chelesfeld v Adam de Bishopesgate & Godelina his wife, John the son of Adam, and William le Teghelere. [18]

H1314 A: Process for William le Taverner of Canterbury and William de Maydenstan held in Canterbury prison for counterfeiting the royal seal. [19]

H1319 A: St Augustine's Abbey's right of view of frankpledge on its manors. [20]

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  • M1346 A: Parliamentary expenses: Kent. John de Hoke and Thomas Darent v. John Elys and Robert de Lincoln bailiffs of the city of Canterbury. Expenses for attending the parliament of 18 Edward III for the city of Canterbury. [21] rcp


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