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H1310 A: Certiorari. Common Pleas (35 Edward I). Yorkshire. Debt (200 marks). Walter de Langton bishop of Coventry & Lichfield Peter de Askerne, & William Tuchet, executors of William de Luda late bishop of Ely v. Thomas son of Robert de Hertford. [1]

T1310 A: Certiorari. Jail delivery. Newgate (2 Edward II). Taking and detention of Thomas le Coliere. [2]

T1310 B: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (34 Edward I). Yorkshire. William son of Thomas le Feure de Swyne & John his brother v. Prioress of Swine, Matilda de Kernetteby, Agnes de Ruda, Alianora de Faucumberge, & Josiana co-nuns, BrotherSimon de Swyne, Brother Richard de Swyne, Brother Geoffrey de Swyne conversi. [3]

T1310 C: Certiorari. Jail delivery (3 Edward II). Northamptonshire. Review of conviction of Farthinghoe parson for theft of a pig. The pig had originally been given to the parish to help church lights but had been raised from a piglet. The priest harbored the pig from being sold. On review determined that as the parson he had more right to the pig than the parishioners, so he was released. [4]

M1310 A: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (34 Edward I). Westmorland. Novel disseisin. Thomas de Hollebeck v. Robert le Engleys & Idonia his wife, John and William their sons, Walter de Wessington & Alice his wife, William son of that Walter, John Moiolf, & Henry Dandesone. Disseisin of common of pasture. [5]

M1310 B: Certiorari. Trailbaston (1 Edward II). Devon. Trespass. Stephen de Bolonia v. Nicholas de Teukesburi & Henry le Clerk de Bickeburi, bailiffs of Dartmouth. [6]

M1310 C: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (3 Edward II). Norfolk. Novel disseisin. Richard son of Hugh le Moine de Shuldham v. Abbess of Marham, John Bunnye, Richard Bonywong, John son of Richard le Heyward, William atte Grene, Edmund Bonde, and Thomas Cleyman.

M1310 D: Error. Ireland Bench (30 Edward I). Entry sur disseisin. Nicholas, archbishop of Armagh v. Nicholas de Netervill. [7]

M1310 E: Certiorari. Jail delivery (31 Edward I). Shropshire. Indictment of Geoffrey de Huntyngton for theft and counterfeit of the king's seal. [8]; [9]

M1311 A: Certiorari. Jail delivery (4 Edward II). Lincolnshire. Appeal by Robert le Mareschal de Kyme approver against Gilbert Apehele of Bennington in Holland for robbery. [10]

H1312 A: Petition of Hugh de Courteney on advowson of Brigham. Cumberland. [11]

E1312 A: Certiorari. Common Pleas (24 Edward I). Land. Roger del Plat v. Adam son of Henry de Barlowe. [12]

T1312 A: Certiorari. Ireland. Common pleas (33 Edward I). Escheat. Edmund le Buteler v. Richard de Feryng late archbishop of Dublin. [13]

M1312 A: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (13 Edward I). Repair of Chesford bridge, Warwickshire. [14]

M1312 B: Certiorari. Common pleas (2 Edward II). Replevin. Kent. Richard de Esthall v. John de Ifeld. [15]

H1313 A: Certiorari. Common pleas (34 Edward I). Annual rent. Walter de Gillyngge v. Robert de Percy. [16]

E1313 A: Certiorari. Mort d'ancestor (Edward I). Somerset. James de Claverton v. Reginald de Frome & John his brother. [17]

T1313 A: Certiorari. Common pleas (4-5 Edward I). Mesne. Rutland. Prior de Lauda v. Hugh Murdake. [18]

M1313 A: Certiorari. Common pleas (5 Edward I). Annual rent. Kent. Prior of Holy Trinity, London v. John de Tracy & Margery his wife. [19]

H1314 A: Certiorari on an inquisition for starting a fire that burned down a large part of the town of King's Lynn. [20]

E1314 A: Certiorari. Common pleas (4 Edward I). Annual rent. Kent. Prior of Holy Trinity, London v. Almaric de Lucy. [21]

T1314 A: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (7 Edward II). Indictment for death of Peter Maynard. [22]

M1314 A: Certiorari. Common pleas (2 Edward II). Formedon. Richard son of Richard de Boyland v. Robert son of Walter. [23]

M1314 B: Certiorari. Eyre of Kent (6 Edward II). Attaint on novel disseisin. William de Grandison v. Franco de Scoland, Walter de Gloucester, Hugh de Causton, Roesia who was the wife of Richard de Scoland, Walter Paschali, & Reginald le Felour. [24]

M1314 C: Certiorari. Eyre of Kent (6 Edward II). Pleas of the crown: Quo warranto. [25]

H1315 A: Certiorari. Eyre of Kent (6 Edward II). Ejectment. William de Bregge & Joan his wife v. William de Godyeveton. [26]

H1315 A: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (7 Edward II). Inquisition concerning the wrongdoers who made off with 174 tuns of white wine shipped from Tournai to England and wrecked on the Isle of Wite, despite the fact that sailors survived so that the wine was not wreck of the sea. [27]

H1315 B: Error. Common pleas (6 Edward II). Covenant. John de Roos & Margaret his wife v. Phillip son of Hugh le Despenser. [28]

H1315 B: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (7 Edward II). Hugh Trove of Hereford v. William le Corniser, Gilbert le Corniser, Roger de Broynton, William Rogersman de Broynton, William de Broynton chaplain, Hugh de Tipesleye, William de la Ferme jr, John le Copperte, Stephen le Somynour de Webbeleye, Walter Prodom de Straddel, John Alured, & Reginald son of the same John, John Lenyot de Luyde. [29]

E1315 A: Certiorari. Common pleas (6 Edward II). Debt on an obligation. Kent. John de Esthalle sr & Reginald Herlisun v. Richard de Esthalle. [30]

E1315 B: Certiorari. Common pleas (6 Edward II). Land. Buckinghamshire. Hugh Garlek v. William Swyard. [31]

E1315 C: Certiorari. Sheriff and keepers of the peace. Redisseisin. Huntingdonshire. John de Swyneford v. John de Sudbury. [32]

E1315 D: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (6 Edward II). Kent. Conspiracy. Adam de Assnode v. Walter de Dallyng de Gouthirst. [33]

T1315 A: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (6 Edward II). Kent. Cui in vita. [34]

T1315 B: Certiorari. The arrest of Master Robert Shotteswelle official of the archdeacon of Leicester on the matter of the collation to the prebend of Ketene in the church of Blessed Mary, Lincoln. [35]

T1315 C: Certiorari. Indictment for conspiracy of William Toke, Thomas de Blakesen, & Henry Dikun. Norfolk. [36]

M1315 A: Certiorari. Common pleas (7 Edward II). Deceit of court (alleging that plaintiff had nothing to distrain him to render account so that he was attached). John de Brampton v. Bartholomew Peryn & Elena Peryn executors of Master Adam Eyliot. [37]

M1315 B: Procedatis. Assize justices (9 Edward II). Novel disseisin. William le Yunge de Wytham v. Roger le Noreys, Hugh le Keu, Ralph Noreys, Godfrey Akerman, Richard Dashe, & Brother William de Tothale prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England. [38]

M1315 C: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (33 Edward I). Conspiracy. Suffolk. Presentment of Edmund de Mekelfeld & Walter de Bernham. [39]

M1315 D: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (34 Edward I). Conspiracy. Norfolk. Presentment of Richard de Causton. [40]

M1315 E: Certiorari. Assize justices (16 Edward I). Novel disseisin. Lancashire. Robert le Norreys v. Robert son of Alan de Eccleston, Richard son of Thomas de Sutton, Richard de Wolycroftesheved, & William de Glest. [41]

H1316 A: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (7 Edward II). Trespass. Richard Damory v. Robert Urry. [42]

E1316 A: Certiorari on inquest of the deaths of Alexander de Wilers, Robert Ganel, Walter Balle, Thomas atte Pipe, John le Spicer, William le Taillour, Thomas de Ludewell, Thomas de Landesdon, John le Welsh, Roger Dagon, John de Sobbury, Richard Gul, John Welmelk, William le Barber, John de Radeford, Phillip de Milto, Henry Uphille, and John de Soweye at Bristol. [43]

E1316 B: Certiorari. Assize justices (9 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Lincolnshire. John de Bernak v. John Pycard de Staunford. [44]

E1316 C: Error. Cheshire (6 Edward II). Right. Simon son of Thomas Freend de Hunstreton v.f John del Heth. [45]

E1316 D: Certiorari. Indictment before keepers of the peace in Sussex of Robert Mauleverer for divers felonies and trespasses. [46]

E1316 E: Certiorari. Indictment before justices of oyer and terminer of Thomas Spigurnel. Essex. [47]

E1316 F: Certiorari. Assize justices (5 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Leicestershire. Theobald de Nevile v. John Bardolf, Thomas Bardolf, Thomas son of Margery de Haulghton, William le Carecter, and William Pyntel of Haglhton. [48]

E1316 G: Certiorari. Indictment of Simon Edibern chaplain before keepers of the peace. Bedfordshire. [49]

E1316 H: Error. Canterbury City Court. Adam Blankpayn v. Ralph Pysyngg. Debt for 8 marks on claim of court by Canterbury. [50]

T1316 A: Certiorari. Common pleas (3 Edward II). Nuper obiit. Lincolnshire. Thomas son of Adam de Hakebech v. Adam son of Robert de Hakebech. [51]

M1316 A: Error. Redisseisin before sheriff and coroner (10 Edward II). John de Tynton & Margaret his wife v. Robert de Godesfeld & John Burel. [52]

M1316 B: Certiorari. Common pleas (9 Edward II). Quare non admisit. Norfolk. Rex v. John, bishop of Norwich. Presentment to Beetley, Norfolk. [53]

M1316 C: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (8 Edward II). Trespass. John Ofthebrigge v. Richard Flour, Edmund and Hugh his sons. [54]

H1317 A: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (9 Edward II). Maintenance against Gerard Salveyn late sheriff of Yorkshire and Thomas de Kayton his undersheriff. [55]

H1317 B: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (6 Edward II). Kent. Entry cui in vita. John de Aldyngton & Margery his wife v. Geoffrey de Bockelond [56]

E1317 A: Certiorari. Assize justices (10 Edward II). Buckinghamshire. Novel disseisin. Mary who was the wife of William de Brewosa v. William de Brewosa sr, John son of Giles de Brewosa, Richard le Wolfe & Matilda his wife, Hugh de Undle, Robert Aldewyncle & John le Provost de Burton. [57]

E1317 B: Procedatis. Indictment for death of Alexander de Vylers. Community of Bristol raising the issue of 800 p.s. forfeited. [58]

E1317 C: Error. Oyer and terminer. False imprisonment. Shropshire. Walter de Shakenhurst v. Roger Foliot. [59]

T1317 A: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer. Trespass. Suffolk. John de Botetourte v. William de Briseworth. [60]

T1317 B: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer. Conspiracy. Norwich. Martin el Hirne, William del Hirne, Robert son of Robert Rose & John Havere v. Martin Galyen, William de Waxtnesham, John Brun, & William de Colkyrke. [61]

T1317 C:Error. Oyer and terminer. Trespass. Cambridge. Roger le Peyntour of Cambridge & Margaret his wife v. Joan who was the wife of William de Cumberton of Cambridge & William de Ketford. [62]

T1317 D: Error. Oyer and terminer. Trespass. Shropshire. Alice who was the wife of Walter Hakelute v. John Hernys and Roger de Foxcote. [63]

T1317 E: Error. Trespass fishery. St Benet of Hulme v. John Idayne, , John his son, Henry Atteson, John Steresman of Wrexham, John Godefrey and other wrongdoers. [64]

T1317 F: Certiorari. Common pleas. False imprisonment. William son of John Hochard v. Thomas de Cranele, Thomas son of Simon Loppe, John de Hastyng, Richard Saleman, Walter Geffrey, Hugh Topy, William le Someter, Thomas de Flicham, Andrew de Crostwheyt, Robert Leffeld, Hervy Bacun, Roger Howe, John son of William Bacun, Roger de Hastyng, Geoffrey de Cranele, Thomas le Smyth, Walter son of Simon de Preston, and Warin Cantinas. [65]

T1317 G: Certiorari. Redisseisin before sheriff and coroners. John de Tynton de Stikeswald & Margaret his wife v. Robert de Godefeld and John Burel messer [66]

T1317 H: Certiorari. Indictment for burglary before the sheriff (10 Edward II). Norfolk. Indictment of Geoffrey atte Kiychin of West Acre. [67]

T1317 I: Certiorari. Indictment of Agatha who was the wife of William atte Gote (10 Edward II). Lincolnshire. [68]

'T1317 J: Certiorari. Indictment of Nicholas Crips merchant for death of Henry Inge in Dunstable (10 Edward II). Bedfordshire. [69]

M1317 A: Certiorari. Common pleas (8 Edward II). Dower. Kent. Dionisia who was the wife of Thomas de Normanvill v. William de Basynges & Margaret his wife. [70]

M1317 B: Certiorari. Assize justices (2 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Norfolk. Robert son of Roger v. Walter de Langeton, Hugh Hovel, John Smolte, John Girlinge, Cristina who was the wife of Giles de Mounpynzoun. [71]

M1317 C: Error. Oyer and terminer (9 Edward II). Trespass. Norfolk. Richard Godsweyn de Ludham v. John Idayne, John his son, John Steresman de Wroxham, Henry atte Fen, and John Godefrey, et al. [72]

M1317 D: Certiorari. Common pleas (10 Edward I). Right. John de Middelsowy v. Henry de Gowyz. [73]

M1317 E: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (8 Edward II). Wrongdoing under color of office. Yorkshire. Robert, prior of Kirkham v. Gerard Salvayn late sheriff of Yorkshire and Thomas de Kayton undersheriff. [74]

M1317 F: Certiorari. Frankpledge inquest. Indictment of Master Nicholas de Stratton and Reginald de Stratton. Gloucestershire. [75]

H1318 A: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (8 Edward II). Breach of park of Great Bardfield in king's hands by death of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford. Rex v. Simon de Elperford and John son of John Oculf. [76]

H1318 B: Certiorari. Assize justices (11 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Rutland. Dionisia who was the wife of Thomas de Normanville v. Margaret who was the wife of William de Basynge, Lawrence de Otryngdon, Gilbert de Holm, John Godefrei, Stephen de Otringdon, Stephen le Keu, Geoffrey le Stedeman, and Richard Hemerik. [77]

H1318 A: Certiorari. Appeal before coroners. Appeal of Brother William de Grimsby celerer of Thornholm and Richard de Amecotes parson of Scaleby for robbery in Wadesmill, Hertfordshire; appeal made by John de Scartho by Grimsby approver in Lincoln jail. [78]

E1318 A: Certiorari. Assize justices (11 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Norfolk. Alice daughter of Michael de Caukewell v. Alan atte Ston de Neuton, Robert son of Walter, Edmund de Cumbes, John de la Ware & Joan his wife, Robert de Morlee & Hawise his wife, Hamo le Chamberleyn & Cecilia his wife, John Wymer, John de Walsyngham, Roger le Mey de Hengham. [79]

E1318 B: Certiorari. Assize justices (9 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Sussex. John de Clympinge chaplain v. William de Boys, Henry de Boys, Adam atte Huche, Henry Lemman, and William Nichole. [80]

E1318 C: Certiorari. Assize justices (9 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Oxfordshire. William le Brun v. John son of Nigel & Isabel his wife, John son of the same John, Nicholas de Pershute, Walter Beaumunt, Henry Hauberge & Matilda his wife, and John and Edmund sons of the same Henry. [81]

E1318 D: Certiorari. Eyre (6 Edward II). Debt. Kent. Prior of Leeds v. Alice who was the wife of Thomas de Wrotham executor of the said Thomas. [82]

E1318 E: Certiorari. Common pleas (5 Edward I). Mesne. Prior of Laund v. Hugh Murdake. [83]

T1318 A: Certiorari. Eyre (6 Edward II). Presentment for repair of Sturry Bridge. [84]

T1318 B: Certiorari. Indictment before sheriff and coroners of London. Indictment of Robert Darre for death of Hervey de Playford. [85]

M1318 A: Certiorari. Indictment of many for the deaths of many in York. See York documents, M1318 A. [86]

M1318 B: Certiorari. Assize justices (9 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Suffolk. William de Boville v. Thomas le Latymer, Thomas his son, Stephen Ufthefen, William le Harpur, William de Langhegh, William Ode. [87]

M1318 C: Certiorari. Oyer and Terminer (10 Edward II). Trespass. Suffolk. Rex v. John le Baillif de Norton chaplain. [88]

'M1318 D: Certiorari. Common pleas (28 Edward I). Land. Hertfordshire. Robert Maheu v. Alexander del Felde. [89]

M1318 E: Certiorari. Rape (12 Edward II). Rape of Elizabeth the wife of John Percy. [90]

H1319 A: Certiorari. Eyre (46 H III). Precipe in capite. Essex. Ralph de Suministre v. Robert de Stanford & Nichola his wife. [91]

H1319 B: Certiorari. Keepers of the peace (12 Edward II). Indictment of Malculm Musard. Wiltshire. [92]

E1319 A: Certiorari. Assize justices (12 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Norfolk. John de Watsand & Roesia his wife v. Ralph Byroun, John Byroun parson of Freng, Robert and Ralph sons of the same John, John de Whynebergh, Ostelyn his brother, John de Insula of Freng, Henry de Castelacre Newton chaplain, John de Calvele, Thomas de Swathyng, Roger his brother, Hervey de Berford, William de Rysing, Thomas Nel de Freng, John Frere, Richard le Feure, and William Molt. [93]

E1319 B: Supplicavit. Oyer and terminer (12 Edward II). Trespass. Berkshire. Alan le Smith servant of Hugh Despenser jr v. John de Bray, John de St Albans chaplain, Hugh le Palmere taiaillur de Whitewaltham, William Barun de Maydenhitch, Adam his brother, Richard Havard, Reginald le Clerk de Braye, William Flyngaunt, and Henry Grubbe. [94]

E1319 C: Error. Assize justices (12 Edward II). Novel disseisin Dorset. Nicholas le Bray and Agnes his wife v. John Weywys & Emma his wife, Eleanor de Kaygnes, Master John Walewayn, John Ynge, Thomas abbot of Tewkesbury, William Strug, John de la Mare, William his son, and Robert de Crendon. [95]

E1319 D: Supplicavit. Oyer and terminer (12 Edward II). Trespass. Berkshire. John le Keu servant of Hugh Despenser jr v. John de St Albans chaplain, Hugh le Palmere taillur de Whitewaltham, William Barun de Maidenhitch, Adam his brother, Richard Havard, Reginald le Clerk de Braye, William Flyngaunt, and Henry Grubbe, with John de Bray. [96]

E1319 E: Certiorari?. Common pleas (9 Edward II). Formedon descender. Hampshire. Ralph de Camoys v. Robert de Harwedon, warden of the house of St Nicholas of Portsmouth. [97]

E1319 F: Certiorari. Imprisonment of William de Cotes. [98]

E1319 G: Certiorari. Assize justices(11 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Hertfordshire. Prior of Holy Trinity London v. Geoffrey de Hengham cleric, John de Hengham cleric, John de Berwe, Richard de Eye, Robert Warner, Geoffrey de Calleye and John Leche. [99]

T1319: Procedatis. Assize justices (12 Edward II). Novel disseisin. Yorkshire. Margaret daughter of Richard de Wodington v. Richard de Richemund, John de Burton, Robert de Garton, Robert son of Robert Abbelot, Ralph Abbelot, William son of William le Clerk, John Punchun, John Maymud, William de Swynigtwait, Agnes who was the wife of John de Whitestre, Henry son of that Agnes, Richard son of Robert Abbelot, and Adam brother of the same Richard, William le Provost, Wymer de Laybrun, Peter Bucke, and Alice who was the wife of John le Denesone. [100]

M1319: Certiorari. Assize justices (2 Edward II). Mort dancestor. Lincolnshire. Alice de Nevill v. William de Spanneby. [101]

M1319: Certiorari. Common Pleas (12 EdwardII). Debt. Nottinghamshire. John le Bere de Nottyngham & Lawrence le Beere. [102]

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