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E1312 A: Resistance to the bailiffs' enforcement of the assize of bread and ale. Bishop of Lincoln v. Adam de Wodethorpe of Louth, Andrew de Greddik of Louth, Walter de Tachewell of Louth. [1]



H1351 A: Lincolnshire. John, bishop of Lincoln v. Ingelram de Tathewell, John othe Dale, Alan Ingram, Robert de Houton, John Profete, Richard Cheles de Louth, Henry Taverner, Henry Alisonservant othe Dale, John de Blyth, William de Staynton, Thomas le Soutere, William de St Botolf, Alan Cady, John de Meros de Louth, John de Morton, John Ingramesservant de Tathewell, William Jonesservant othe Dale, Robert Jonesservant othe Dale, Ralph Vulpyn, Geoffrey Aleynservant Igram, Nicholas Bugge, William Muspere, William de Brakenbergh, Thomas Taskere, Robert de Leycestre. Trespass taking of goods and assaulting servants at Louth in 1350. [2] rcp