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M1348 B: Yorkshire. Rex v. William de Sutton of Bootham, William Barker de Hoby, William de Somerton de Hoby, Thomas Body de Neuton, William Smale de Shupton, Adam Pacok de Neuton, Geoffrey Redenesman de Hoby, Thomas Smyth de Sutton, and Peter Fleshewer de Stelyngton for felony and sedition. Found guilty by jury. Adam de Walton, king's serjeant at arms, had been sent on royal business in 22 Edward III. They assaulted him at night and burned down the home of Margaret who was the wife of Hugh Gryvell de Easingwould in which he was staying; an eight year old boy named Richard son of Thomas Russell died in the fire. They took Adam into Galtre Forest and killed him. [1], [2]. Process also against Robert de Boulton (who turns out to have been a valet of the king) and Master John his brother. After intervention by the king, John and Robert are found not guilty by jury. [3] rcp















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