Religion Miscellany 1351-1360

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H1351 A: Norfolk. Bartholomew de Launnesse v. John de Hemmeesby pardoner and Joan his wife. Trespass. [1] rcp

H1351 B: Lincolnshire. John, bishop of Lincoln v. Ingelram de Tathewell, John othe Dale, Alan Ingram, Robert de Houton, John Profete, Richard Cheles de Louth, Henry Taverner, Henry Alisonservant othe Dale, John de Blyth, William de Staynton, Thomas le Soutere, William de St Botolf, Alan Cady, John de Meros de Louth, John de Morton, John Ingramesservant de Tathewell, William Jonesservant othe Dale, Robert Jonesservant othe Dale, Ralph Vulpyn, Geoffrey Aleynservant Igram, Nicholas Bugge, William Muspere, William de Brakenbergh, Thomas Taskere, Robert de Leycestre. Trespass taking of goods and assaulting servants at Louth in 1350. [2] rcp

H1351 C: Yorkshire. Rex v. Abbot of St Mary, York, rector of Doncaster and his ministers procurators of the Doncaster church. Presented that they took in name of mortuary furnace lead, stithies, boats, whole woolen cloths etc whereas custom would have allowed taking only an ox, cow, beast, or clothing. Specific takings listed. The abbot claimed that this case would belong to church court jurisdiction. The justices agreed. [3] rcp

E1351 A: Rex & John, bishop of Exeter v. Theobald de Greneville, Walter de Steveneston, Robert Treuger, Richard Austyn, Walter Austyn, Thomas de Tetisbury, Baldwin de Tetisbury, Roger de Markedon, William Denman de Matteslond, Walter Denman de Matteslond, William Freman, Richard de Ivelcome, Baldwin de Ivelcome, Robert Sprot de Shepwayth, Richard Brounyng, Roger de Tetisbury, Thomas Blowere de Shepwaysh, John Jul de Lemmanisworth, Richard Byri, Walter son of William, John Penman, John Laghmoote, Simon Geneys, and Thomas Gay. Defendants are in prison in custody of the sheriff for wrongs done to the king and bishop as found by verdict before John de Stouford and other justices of oyer and terminer. [4], [5] rcp

T1351 B: Dorset. Rex and Richard Creyk warden of the Hospital of St John, Dorchester v. Roger Syward and Roger Hesewere bailiffs of Dorchester, Robert Marchaunte, William Hamond, Nicholas Dullynge, John Coushhete, William Peron, and John Russell. The king had granted to Creyk custody of hospital for life, and according to the burgesses' liberties the return of writs was made to the bailiffs of Dorchester for them to execute, but they, spurning the king's orders, made threats of life and member to Creyk and others faithful to the king, pursued them out of the town and assaulted them. Creyk thus lost the custody of the hospital for a long time, and the bailifs refused to put Creyk into corporal possession of the hospital. [6] rcp

M1351 A: London. Simon de Sauston cleric v. Cristiana de Chalneye. Trespass false imprisonment in 1351 in London until he handed over 40s. Defendant pleaded that Sauston made her to be summoned with the exempt precincts of St Martin Major for her to appear outside those precincts. One William de Cusaunce dean of that church thus brought a qui tam writ of contempt against Sauston to attach him to appear. Sauston was thus attached to appear by the sheriff of London. [7] rcp

M1351 B: Buckinghamshire. Presented that Master Thomas de Kyngeston notary public in 1351 at Wycombe certified falsely and maliciously that John Talworth of Wycombe was cited to appear before the official of Lincoln at Stamford at the session for testamentary causes. He was not in fact cited. Talworth was thus excommunicated, greatly to his ruin. [8] rcp. See also [9] rcp

E1352 A: Bedfordshire. Presented that Almaric de St Amand lord of Mellebroc (a) in 1351 imprisoned John Russell in irons for a day until Russell made fine with him for 5 marks; (b) in 1348 sent his servants on horses to the manor of Beaulieu; the cellarer raised the hue and cry, but they mowed the fields; (c) and also in 1350 sent his men and servants to the prior's manor of Wilframstead and entered the prior's granges and took ten quarters of crops to the manor of Cotes; (d) in 1342 sent William Parker de Herlyngdon, William bailiff of Almaric at Millebrock, William Fauconer and John Fauconer to the priory and took two of the priory's carts with horses and apparatus; he also sent three large horses to the priory and took the crops in sheaves and many other things (listed) over the course of three weeks. Also, by threats he kept the prior away for 8 weeks so that the priory was without rule; and (e) in 1348 took ten quarters of wheat from the priory's manor of St Macut. He was unable to deny and made fine with the king. [10] rcp

T1352 A: Essex. Presented that in 1351 Robert de Todenho late bailiff of the St Edmunds at Harlowbury, Nicholas Algod de Sawbridgeworth, John de Cotenham late bailiff of Nash, Richard son of Richard atte Wode de Harlow, Walter Aylward butcher of Sawbridgeworth, and Walter Aleyn butcher of Sawbridgeworth feloniously broke into the parsonage of the church of Stapleford Abbots and took the goods of Robert late parson (detailed) worth 10s and 4s in money. [11] rcp Likewise for Hugh Sadcol staying in Harlow. [12] rcp

T1352 B: Warwickshire. Presented that John de Northborugh parson of Chesterton in 1349 with many wrongdoers went to the court of the bishop of Chester at Chadshunt and there assaulted Richard de la Garderobe and John his brother to the great terror of the court. He also chased Adam de la Hale vicar of Itchington into a room in Chadshunt; the vicar had to gage 100s o leave and actually paid 4 marks to keep John from cutting off his head. He kept other men at fees and robes for other misdeeds. [13] rcp

T1352 C: Essex. Presented that in 1351 Peter de Barynton, Edmund de Barynton, Hugh de Barynton, and Thomas de Barynton son of John de Barynton de Rokeswell went to the house of John, rector of South Fambridge and took gold, silver, horses, and cloths to the value of 40 p.s. feloniously as common thieves. [14] rcp

  • E1355 A: Order to try various ecclesiastics indicted in North Yorkshire for various felonies, conspiracies, wrongs, etc: John abbot of Jervaux, John abbot of Egglestone, Thomas abbot of St Agatha, Henry de Wyntryngham vicar of Marton de Burghshire, John prior of Newburgh, Peter prior of Bridlington, Brother John parson of Allerton Manleverer, Brother John de Sheffield vicar of Grenton, Lawrence de Thornhill parson of Bedale, Adam de Nethowe parson of Kirkeby Ravensworth, Adam of York parson of Hawkswell, William de Symyngthwayt parson of Aynderby, Jollanus de Nevyll vicar of Kudresburgh, John de Heslarton parson of Patrickbrumpton, John de Carethorpe parson of Tanfeld, Robert Maisters parson of Kirtlyngton, William vicar of Hunsingore, John de Braydeston parson of Goldesburgh, Thomas Dayvill parson of Ripley, John de Begheland vicar of Kirkeby on the More, John de Bampton parson of Stanlay, Richard Rotour vicar of Brynyston, William de Brauncepath parson of Welle, and John de Masham vicar of the same church, Thomas Asholt parson of Watlous, John Bretoun parson of Wath, John de Danby vicar of Caterik, Richard de Middelham parson of Fynghale, John de Burwell parson of Middleham, John Dayvill parson of Spenithorn, John de Hathwayt parson of Danby, Peter de Besyngby parson of Langeton, John de Syngelton parson of Melsamby, Roger de Sutton vicar of Middelton, Nicholas Darell vicar of Gillyng, Hugh de Fritheby parson of Richmond, Thomas de Latton parson of Merok, John de Fishewyk parson of Bernyngham, Thomas de Neubald parson of Brigham in Coupelond, Richard de Wysebech vicar of Kirkeby in Lonesdale, William de Langedon advocate, Geoffrey de Langeton advocate, Robert de Aykescarth notary, John de Bernyngham, and John de Ecclesclyf. [15] rcp
  • E1355 B: Huntingdonshire. Indictment of Thomas de Isle bishop of Ely and Robert de Codyngton parson of Newton by Wysebech for imprisoning free men. [16] rcp Further indictments of the bishop with others. [17] rcp
  • M1355 A: Middlesex. Presentment that the prior of St. Walric unjustly detained alms due to the poor in Twickenham, Isleworth and Hampton. [18] rcp
  • M1356 A: Inquests concerning the goods of Thomas de Lisle bishop of Ely. In Hertfordshire: [19]. In Cambridgeshire: [20]. In Suffolk: [21]. In Norfolk: [22]. In Essex: [23]. rcp
  • M1357 A: Thomas de Radeclyff pardoner. [24] rcp
  • M1359 A: Inquest concerning House of St Cross by the Tower, London: Brother Robert de Stannowe, Brother John de Dunmowe, and Brother Richard de Evesham were common wrongdoers and disturbers of the peace. In 1329 they took a chalice, two pairs of vestments, four breviaries, two salteries, a book called Legend of the Saints, an episolary, 'unum par de Instuwes", the common seal of the house, and fifteen apostolic bulls and other memoranda from the house. [25] rcp
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