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  • E1346 A: Presentment that John son of Richard de Radeclif, Richard son of William de Radeclyf, Henry son of Henry de Bury knight, William son of Robert de Radeclyf, William de Heslegh knight, Gilbert de Sotheworth, Gilbert de Jus brother of Henry de Jus, Thomas de Singleton son of Gilbert de Singleton, Thomas son of John de Singleton, and Agnes de Little Bolton together with many other wrongdoers came to Liverpool in 1345 and killed Adam de Lever, Geoffrey son of Henry de Trafford knight, Robert son of John de Ashton, Richard de Trafford son of John de Trafford sr, John and Robert his brothers, Gilbert son of Gilbert de Haydok, Adam de Bradeshagh de Pynyngton, and Henry his brother, William son of William de Urmeston, Richard brother of Henry de Trafford, Robert de Shoresworth, Geoffrey son of Thomas de Barlowe, and William his brother, William le Thrower, Henry son of Henry Boterynd, Henry son Roger de Westeley, Adam Sprynk, John de Hulm, Adam Dynemogh outlaw for felony, Roger de Atherton, John son of John de Redyford, Richard del Mulnegate, Robert le Wedenson, Henry Jameson de Irwilliam, and Roger de Ashele. [1] rcp
  • T1346 A: Presented that Thurstan de Holand de Salfordshire, William son of Robert de Workeslegh, and Hugh son of Adam de Tildeslegh together with other wrongdoers came to Liverpool armed in 1344 and killed Adam Lever, Geoffrey son of Henry Trafford knight, Robert son of John de Ashton, Richard de Trafford son of John de Trafford sr, John and Robert his brothers, Gilbert son of Gilbert de Haydok, Adam de Bradeshagh de Pynyngton and Henry his brother, William son of William de Urmeston, Richard brother of Henry de Trafford, Robert de Shoresworth, Geoffrey son of Thomas de Barlow and William his brother, William le Thrower, Henry son of Henry Boterynd, Henry son of Thomas de Wesley, Adam Spryng, John de Hulm, Adam Dynemogh outlawed for felony, Roger de Atherton, John son of John de Redyford, Richard del Milnegate, Robert de Wedonson, Henry Jameson de Irwilham, and Roger de Ashele. [2], [3], [4] rcp
  • H1347A: Presentment at Liverpool that Robert Lyghtothermosse and others came before the oyer and terminer justices and killed Adam de Lever, Geoffrey son of Henry de Trafford knight, Robert son of John de Ashton, Richard de Trafford son of John de Trafford sr, John and Robert his brothers, Gilbert son of Gilbert de Haydok, Adam de Bradeshagh de Pynyngton, and Henry his brother, William son of William de Urmeston, Richard the brother of Henry de Trafford, Robert de Shoresworth, Geoffrey son of Thomas de Barlowe, William his brother, William le Thouwer, Henry son of Henry Boteryng, Henry son of Roger de Westleye, Adam Spynke, John de Hulme, Adam Dynemoght, Roger de Atherton, John son of John de Redysford, Richard de Milnegat, Robert le Wydouson, Henry Jameson de Wilham, and Roger de Ashele. Lyghtothemosse is pardoned. [5]. Same for Owyn de Aghton [6] And for William brother of John son of Henry de Leght and Henry son of Robert de Pynyngton. [7]. And for Richard son of Adam Entwysel, Thomas brother of John Banastre de Riblechestre, Richard le Tailloursone de Blakeburn, and Hugh de Tyldeslegh. [8]

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