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T1309 A: Mobbing of Cumbermere Abbey. Abbot of Cumbermere v. Richard de Fouleshurst, William de Fouleshurst, Hugh de Fouleshurst, Ranulf de Fouleshurst, Richard Adecok, William Matheu de Bertherton, Ralph Russel, Ranulf son of Roger, William son of Clement le Feure, Thomas Perkyn, Robert le Fiz Bate, William de le Fountayne jr, Richard de Marchumbe, Robert Savyn, William Savyn, RObert le Cachepol, Nicholas le Cachepol, Richard Bacun jr, Elias le Boghewrighte, John le Noble, WIlliam Spurstowe sumenur, Thomas le fiz Hichekyn, William Mariot jr, Hamo le Taliour, William his brother, Richard le Sadelere de Hereford, John le Sadelere, Richard le fiz Coke, 7 Robert Hereward jr, with a hughe multitude of wrongdoers. At night attaching the houses and taking 60 pounds and goods worth 200 pounds and killing three horses and assaulting abbot and his men. [1]
















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