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E1306 A: Tithes in kind at Wrestlingworth. John de Sudington v. John Hervy, Reginald Ferlyng, Elias Fryday, William Fryday, Hugh Rymyld, William Burgeys, Margery atte Lane, Geoffrey le Bule, William atte Lane, Ralph le Clerk, Ralph atte Grene, Hugh le Hayward, Richard Modde, John Aylyne, Emma Eylyne, & Roger her son. Trespass assault and taking of crops worth 20 marks. Jury verdict was that Master John de Sudington now parson of Potton and all his predecessors were in possession of taking part of the tithes of crops in Wrestlingworth in name of the church of Potton. On the alleged day he made to take the tithes by his servants. They collected and gathered in part, and part was still being collected when they were attacked. The tithes taken were worth 8 marks. [1]

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