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H1315 A: Charges for crossing the marshes at Deeping. [1], [2]

T1316 A: Thomas le Moigne de Billesfeld v. Thomas de Tuteleye & Simon Sacke de Louth. False imprisonment. Tuteleye pleaded that he was sheriff of Lincolnshire, and Moigne was his bailiff of Beltisloe hundred for the collection of money owed to the exchequer and for other duties. Because Moigne was in arrear by 63s for exchequer money on his account, Tuteleye arrested him. Moigne asserted that he held the bailiwick for a certain farm, half due at Michaelmas and half due at Easter; Tuteleye had asked him to pay the farm for the Easter term to come and when he did not pay, the sheriff imprisoned him thus unjustly. No verdict. [3]

M1317 A: Locking of the abbot's chapel for a quarter year and detaining the books and vestments therein until payment of 61s 6d. Abbot of St Mary, York v. William de Beauchamp, Edmund Russel, and John de Barvill of Barton. [4]

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