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E1302 A: Rights of the Abbot of Faversham in Faversham; construction of Magna Carta. [1]

H1305 A: Rights of the Abbot of Faversham in Faversham under a judgment in king's court in the reign of Henry III. [2]

E1305 A: Conflict between the abbot of Faversham and the officials of Faversham after king's court judgment annulling the higher privileges of the abbot's liberty. Rex & Abot of Faversham v. Walter le Mareschall & Thomas Everard. [3]. [4]; [5]

M1305 A: Certiorari on a covenant enrolled in king's bench 42 Henry III. Abbot of Faversham v. Men of Faversham. [6]

T1306 A: King's protection of Faversham. [7]

E1312 A: Chirograph settling rights between the abbot of Faversham and the town of Faversham. [8]

T1314 A: Abbot of Faversham distrained men to present matters before his court that customarily were to be presented before the sheriff in his turn. [9]

M1314 A: The abbot of Faversham in 15 Edward I had acknowledged an annual rent of 110s to the prior of Holy Trinity, London for certain tithes of "Bonedich." The prior now complains that 16 p.s. and 10s is now arrear. [10]; [11]; [12]; [13]

T1315 A: Hunting in the free warren of the abbot of Faversham. Abbot of Faversham v. John Talebot & Robert Godhewe. [14]