Miscellaneous Chancery Records enrolled at Common Law

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Stray documents from Chancery were occasionally enrolled in Common Law records and are thus effectively lost. They are listed here under the year in which they appear in the common law records, a date usually close to the date of issuance.


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  • E1342 A: John de Hungerford v. Thomas deLangele & Margaret his wife. Concerning a debt recognition for 10 ps with a quitclaim of all actions. [1] rcp

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  • M1343 A: Northamptonshire. Provost of the chantry of Cotterstock v. William de Lufwyk parson of Aldwinckle, William parson of of Holy Trinity, Blatherwick, William de Stoke parson of Cotterstock, and John de St Mauro vicar of Brigstock. Concerning tithes in various places in the forest of Rockingham that Edward III granted to the chantry of Cotterstock. [2] rcp
  • M1343 B: John de Acherico de Portmar' merchant of Florence v. John de Curtenay abbot of Tavistock. Case on a debt recognition of 200 ps. [3] rcp
  • M1343 C: Executors of Bernard Pelegrim (Giles de Ispann' and John de Tolosa with the Abbot of Westminster and Brother Robert de Hamslap co-monk of the abbot, and Roger de Medefeld & Joan his wife) sued for execution of the debt recognizance of 38 ps. made by John Haward knight to Bernard Pelegrim. [4] rcp
  • M1343 D: Edmund de Bereford v. Giles de Ardern son and heir of Robert de Ardern knight and Thomas Wale and Nichola his wife and John de de Burton of Oxfordshire tenants of the lands and tenements lately Robert's. Concerning the debt recognition by Robert to Edmund. [5] rcp
  • M1343 E: Yorkshire. Stephen de Thornton v. Emma late the wife of William de Burton de Beverley. Concerning a debt recognition of 20 ps made by Robert Danyel to William de Burton. [6] rcp

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  • H1344 A: Thomas de Ferariis chivaler v. Matilda who was the wife of William Casse executor of William. Debt recognizance. [7] rcp
  • E1344 A: Kent. John de Boudon v. William de Boilleston parson of Bromley. Debt recognizance. [8] rcp
  • E1344 B: Devon. Katherine who was the wife of Peter le Veel chivaler executor of Peter v. John Lercedekne chivaler. Debt recognizance. [9] rcp
  • M1344 A: Middlesex. William de Morden of London v. John Roberd tenant of the land that was Edmund Crepyn's. Debt recongizance. [10] rcp

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  • E1345 A: Yorkshire. John de Rotse v. Thomas de Lounesburgh de Lund' chaplain, tenant of land that was John son of Thomas de Houwom by pretext of a certain recognition of 20 p.s. [11] rcp
  • E1345 B: Executors of Peter de Campo Veteri late prebendary of Southscarle in the church of Blessed Mary of Lincoln v. Robert de Meryng of Nottinghamshire concerning a debt recognition. [12] rcp
  • E1345 C: Petition of the dean and chapter of the church of Lichfield on the charter of Henry III. [13] rcp
  • T1345 A: Walter de Baunton citizen and merchant of London v. John de Curtenay abbot of Tavistock concerning a debt recognition. of 11 Edward III. [14] rcp
  • M1345 A: Rex v. Juliana who was the wife of John le Moigne of Dorset. Concerning whether Juliana married without license. [15] rcp
  • M1345 B: Yorkshire. Escheator inquest on the lands of Walter de BEmpton, chaplain. [16] rcp

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  • H1346 A: Inquiry between Geoffrey de Bolostrode and the Abbess of Burnham concerning lands in Buckinghamshire. [17] rcp
  • H1346 B: Case between the prior of Goldcliff and the Archdeacon of Taunton, parson of Milverton. [18] rcp

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  • E1347 A: Northamptonshire. Case in chancery concerning the services owed the king from the manor of Wollaston: Rex v. Richard Chaumberleyn (who married Katherine de la Dale daughter and heir of Thomas de Berkle of Wollaston and Margery daughter and heir of Robert le Wray knight). [19] rcp
  • E1347 B: Case in chancery between John Malewayn of London vintner and Thomas de Chisenhale on a debt recognition for 100 p.s. [20] rcp
  • M1347 A: Process on debt recognizance by Nicholas Peche chivaler to Henry de Northampton of 20 p.s. and subsequent quitclaim of all actions. [21]

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  • H1350 A: Various royal letters concerning action against those obtaining church court processes to obtain provisions to English benefices. [22] rcp
  • T1350 A: Inquisition on the acquests and possessions of the warden of the chapel of Blessed Mary, Sibthorpe and also of the chapel of Blessed Mary of Beckingham in Nottinghamshire, taken by John de Vaux escheator. [23] rcp
  • M1350 A: London. Process in chancery on a debt recognition: John Molle & John de Grene executors of Thomas de Willesford de Grantham v. Richard son of Lawrence Botmere citizen of London. [24] rcp
  • M1350 B: Middlesex. Process in chancery on a debt recognition: Richard de Hoton cleric v. Brother John de Hoton master of the Hospital of St James by Westminster. [25] rcp
  • E1351 A: Wiltshire. Condition and repair of Mere Castle. [26] rcp

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  • M1351 A: Yorkshire. Inquisition concerning certain lands held by the Hospital of St Leonard, York, for the sustenance of the poor. [27] rcp

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  • H1354 A: Northamptonshire. Enforcement of a debt recognizance for 50 marks made by Laurence son of Laurence de Preston to John de Longeville de Parva Mallyng. Enforced now after the death of Laurence. [28] rcp
  • H1354 B: Shropshire. Dower of Elizabeth late wife of William son of William de la More. [29], [30], [31], [32], [33], [34]. rcp
  • H1354 C: Gloucester: Jury put in respite in case brought by writ and heard in chancery between king and Elizabeth, widow of William son of William de la More [35] SJ See also [36] rcp
  • E1354 A: Hampshire. The holdings of the heir of John de Gatecombe, in the king's wardship. [37] rcp
  • T1354 A: Essex. Alienation of the manor of Plachedon by Gilbert Peche now dead. [38], [39], [40] rcp

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  • H1355 A: Kent. Thomas de Aldon v. Henry de Haute. The fair at Elmestead. [41] rcp
  • M1355 A: Unlicensed alienation by Roger Bygot late earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England. [42], [43] rcp
  • M1355 B: Inquest concerning the holdings of foreign religious. [44] rcp

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  • T1358A: Debt recognition by William le Hercy de Welhom, NOttinghamshire to Thomas Aillemer of London for 100 ps. [45] rcp

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  • M1359 A: Debt recognition by Roger Osewy vicar of Bury, Ralph Speek, and Richard de Morton to the Prior of Merton, and proces thereon. [46] rcp

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  • E1360 A: Yorkshire. Suit of John de Wythington (who had married Cecilia daughter of John de Eryum cousin and heir of Master Richard de Eryum deceased) for lands in Eryum that had been seised variously by the king as having been seised by tenants who had adhered to the king of Scotland. [47] rcp
  • M1360 A: Various debt recognitions made to John, archbishop of Canterbury. [48], [49] rcp
  • M1360 B: Petition to king's council of John Mortimer of Pembrokeshire. [50] rcp

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  • H1362 A: Petition to the chancellor from Laurence de Pabenham, forwarded to king's bench. [51] rcp
  • M1362 A: Inquest concerning the de Mauley lands. [52] rcp

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  • H1363 A: Provision of a corrody for John de Ash in the Priory of Plumpton. [53] rcp

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  • H1590 A: King's bench case of debt on a performance bond to enforce the arbitration of an action in chancery. John Stokes citizen and fisherman of London v. Richard Arnolde citizen and grocer of London. The chancery case concerned the cargo of the ships The Elizabeth Stokes of London and The Little John of London. [54] rcp
  • H1590 B: Gloucester city. Henry Congley (qui tam) v. William Edwardes. Debt. Recounting of chancery court of conscience procedure. [55] rcp
  • H1590 C: Middlesex. James Stewarde of London gentleman (creditor) v. John Leeke de London armiger and Edward Randell de London gentleman. Debt recognizance of 200 p.s. [56] rcp
  • H1590 D: London. Percival Hassell citizen and skinner of London v. John Palmer citizen and skinner of London. Recount of case referred to Masters Anthony Hussey and Harrys for settlement and the securing of the award. [57] rcp
  • H1590 E: Peter Marke of New Inn gentleman, Richard Connocke of Middle Temple gentleman, and William Connocke citizen and merchant tailor of London acknowledged a debt of 200 p.s. to Thomas Deane of Reading, Berks, clothier. [58] rcp
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