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T1305: Purchase of five sacks of wool according to mercantile custom for storing at Ludlow and then transporting to London as needed; the wool was thrown and left in water so long that it rotted. Richard de Purefeld v. Davyd de London, John de London, & RIchard Jonesman de London [1]

E1314: Trespass assault, assault of servants, false imprisonment. John de la Penne v. Thomas Chennie parson of Felton, William de Lodelowe teinturer, William le Waterledere, William de Hereford selere, Roger le Machun of Ludlow, Richard de Asseford baker, Hugh de Momele, John de Clebury, Macius Agaz, Roger Foliot, John Andreu, Hugh de Bruton, Walter le Walkere, Simon Gylemyn, Simon de Hyntes, William de Clu, Hugh de Olebury, John de Langeford, William Pewan, Robert de Castro Ricardi, Hugh le Ballede, Richard Hobekyn, Richard de Orleton, Richard Enwe, John le Spicer, Edmund de Clone, Thomas de Langefeld, John de Presle, Ranulf Milesman, John Wace, Thomas le Webbe, Macius Pewan, Wiliam de Markele, William de Renton, John de Tygelewardyn, Richard le Orfeure, Henry Wrmon, Richard Agaz, Thomas Coli, Richard Loit, Robert le Chaloner, William le Cordewaner, Richard Orm, Reginald le Cordewaner, Reginald le Cordewaner, Roger Clerebaud, Richard de Longeloth, John Clere de Galdeford, Roger de Wychecote, William Gyrouns, Simon de Erealwe, William Shermon, Roger Pewan, Phillip le Glovere, John de Wanlake, William de Salopia, Richard de Bromfeld baker, Roger le Belintere, William de Wygole, Nicholas de Eggesden, William de Leominster, Walter de Eyton, Hugh de Eyton, Roger le Dekne, Henry le Pelter, Richard de Chabbenore, Thomas his brother, Roger Bussard, Henry Pytte, Henry Minch, Thomas le Duke, Phillip le Waterledere, John Shermon, Stephen del Kylpet, Roger Shermon, William le Battere, William de Possethorn, Ralph le Keu jr, John le Taillour de Clone, Roger de Felton, William de Catchepol, William de Eyton, Richard Colman, Robert le Orfeuere, Richard his brother, John Portmen, Adam Chennie, Nicholas le Myniter, Phillip his brother, John son of John Orsnet, Macius le Draper, William de Orleton, William de Bristol, Ralph Milesman, Adam de Keynham, William de Keynham, Phillip le Boum, & Phillip Coterel. [2], [3], [4]