Infrastructure 1351-1360

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H1350: Lincolnshire. Presented earlier that the Prior of St Savior by Swaton has certain tenements in perpetual alms for which it is held annually to expend 100s to repair and sustain a causeway and bridge called Holland Bridge that runs from the house of St Savior to Donington in Holland. The obligation was very precise and based on a settlement of 8 Edward III. The prior maintained that they were only obliged to spend 100s if 100s was necessary, so that he could pay less. Jury summons. [1] rcp

E1350 A: Surrey. Chancery inquisition for responsibility for repair of the bridge from London to Croydon at Hazards Marsh. [2]; other royal roads: [3], [4], [5] rcp

M1350 A: Middlesex. Presentment that Ralph, bishop of London and his tenants in Fulham were obliged to repair the footbridge called Holeperre in Fulham by Hammersmith. [6] rcp

H1351 A: Lincolnshire. Presentment that the town of Bourne is obliged to repair the dike called Edyk from Estkote to Goderammekote so that the water of the Brunnehee does not flood the marsh called the North Fen. [7] rcp

H1351 B: Yorkshire. Rex v. Abbot of Blessed Mary, York. It had been found by verdict that the abbot had a gutter and sewer at Cottingwith on the River Derwent so that the river was so restricted and obstructed that ships and boats to the East Riding could not pass with their goods and merchandise, and that the river used to be wide enough by the transit of ships and boats. It should be 24 feet deep and 50 feet wide between the piles of the gutter. [8] Likewise for the Abbot of Fountains. [9], [10] rcp

E1351 A: Wiltshire. Process against the executors of John de Mere for 40 p.s. 10s for the repair of the houses, walls, and mills of the castle and manor of Mere. [11], [12] rcp

T1351 A: Buckinghamshire. Presented that the men of Wolverton and Bradwell are obliged to repair the bridge of Stanbridge between Wolverton and Bradwell. [13] rcp

T1351 B: Buckinghamshire. Presented that the bridge of Olney is broken and that the men of Olney are obliged to repair it. Confirmed by jury. [14] rcp

T1351 C: Buckinghamshire. Presented that Crendon is obliged to maintain and repair the bridges between Crendon and Thame. [15] rcp

M1351 A: Essex. Presented that the Abbot of Stratford was obliged to repair and sustain the bridge between Billericay and Chelmsford "subtus Nossesheygh." [16] rcp

M1351 B: Essex. Presented that the abbess of Stratford was obliged to repair and sustain a certain wall called the Prioriswal (formerly called Coneleswalle) in West Ham. The prioress confesses to an obligation of 14s/year. [17] rcp

M1351 C: Essex. Presented that Ralph, bishop of London and the Abbot of Westminster are obliged to repair and sustain the bridge of Chelmsford between Chelmsford and Mulsham, which is in part in ruins. [18] rcp

M1351 D: Essex. Presented that Ralph, bishop of London, was obliged to clean and repair a river at "Crathogmelle" and a bridge at Wickham. [19] rcp

M1351 E: Essex. Presented that Robert de Ufford earl of Suffolk by reason of the wardship of the manor of Widford is obliged to repair the bridge of Widford. [20] rcp

M1351 F: Essex. Presented that Robert Bacon chivaler is obliged to repair a bridge called Wolvesdeonebrigge between the towns of Ginge, Goyberd, Laundry, and Gine Mounteny. [21] rcp

M1351 G: Essex. Presented that Mary, countess of Pembroke is obligated to repair a bridge on the royal road on the sourthern part of Braxstedepark. [22] rcp

M1351 H: Essex. Presented that the bridge called Zildebregge is ruinous and the Abot of St Edmund (and John fitz Walter ad Pontem?) is obliged to repair it. And that the bridge called Walbregge is ruinous and the Abbot of St Edmund is obliged to repair it. [23] rcp

M1351 I: Essex. Presented that the bridge called Boldesbrige is ruinous and Ralph de Hemenhale chivaler is obliged to repair it. [24] rcp

M1351 J: Essex. Presented that the bridge of Winkford is ruinous and that the towns of Waltham, Great Waltham, Great Leighs are obliged to repair it. [25] rcp

M1351 K: Essex. Presented that the sea wall in Woolwich is ruinous and Humphrey earl of Hereford and Essex is obliged to repair it. [26] rcp

H1351 A: Essex. Presented that Isolda de Belhous was obliged to repair the bridge Belhousebrigge in Ramsdon Belhouse. A man riding there had drowned because of the lack of repair. [27] rcp

H1351 B: Essex. Presented that the bridge called Landfordbridge is ruinous by the default of Willia Bedel de Hatfeld. [28], [29], [30] rcp

E1352 A: Essex. Presented that the Prior of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England and John de Stounton knight left the river between Havering and Rainham obstructed. [31] rcp

E1352 B: Essex. Presented that the bridge between Springfield and Chelmsford is ruined by the default of John Fermer knight and others. [32] rcp

E1352 C: Yorkshire. John de Everyngham v. John Frankysh, John Jonet, John Garet, William Hokyn, John son of Ralph, Hugh de Gaytford, John son of Adam, John Broun, Alan son of Adam, William Balkok,Adam del Reghale, Enota de Cameleford, and John Woghere. Non-repair of a water ditch from Merlay to Merkessen by reason of tenures. [33] rcp

E1352 D: Lincolnshire. Presented that the bridge in Louth forest ought to be repaired by the town of Louth. [34] rcp

T1352 A: Warwickshire. Presented that the abbot of Stonley was obliged to repair the bridge of Stourton. [35] rcp

T1352 B: Warwickshire. Presented that the Abbot of Combe was obliged to repair the bridge at Chestford. [36]

T1352 C: Warwickshire. Presented that the Prior of Kenilworth was obliged to repair the Cloutebrig between Coventry and Cubyngton. [37] rcp

T1352 D: Kent. Simon de Kegworth (seemingly not for the king) v. William de Carleton: non-repair of walls, sewers, and gutters in Earde, Kent. [38] rcp

T1355 A: Surrey. Repair of the banks of the Thames. [39], [40] rcp

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