Prohibition/Premunire 1320-1339

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E1320 A: Rex v. John de St Albans parson of Moryngthorpe, Alexander de Berneye parson of Swanton Abbots, Master John de Slyndon, and John de la Lee. Citation outside the realm. Defendants by usurpation held inquisitions done to John de Slyndon and John de la Lee and then cited Hugh abbot of St Albans, brother Richard de Paxton archdeacon of that house, brother Richard de Hedersete, brother Alexander Dypere, and brother William de Benner co-monks of the abbot, as well as Master Hugh de Ware cleric, Thomas Grauncourt, William Sergaunt intheHalle, John Palefreyman, and John the Celereresman to answer outside the realm. [1]