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1342

  • E1342 A: Error. Cheshire (14 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Robert son of John de Wylaston v. Hamo Wyliamesbrother de Wystanston, William Hamelyn, Richard del Hogh de Thorneton, Thomas Chaim, Margaret late the wife of Thomas del Wode de Wystanton, Roger the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Alice late the wife of Wystanton, Robert le Lovereessone de Wystanton, Henry Geffesone, and John Reed. [1] rcp
  • E1342 B: Error. Common pleas (12 Edward III). Northamptonshire. Wardship of the body. Henry, earl of Lancaster v. Robert del Isle knight. [2] rcp


  • T1342 A: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (9 Edward III). Berkshire. Novel disseisin. John Cheosy v. Nicholas de Inkepenne and John his son and Thomas de Holyndon. [3] rcp
  • T1342 B: Certiorari. Local inquest (14 Edward III). Rutland. Concerning the robbery of William de Eglesfeld, Richard son of Thomas Danneyman, John de Coupelond, and Rogher son of Thomas le Coke de Welles (the men and servants of Robert de Eglesfeld), allegedly by Richard son of Geoffrey le Milnere de Hamyldon, Robert his brother, Nicholas son of Ralph le Milner de Exton' and others unknown, and their escape. [4] rcp
  • T1342 C: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (3 Edward III). Hertfordshire. Matthew de la Vache v. Thomas de Muskham, Walter de la Vache parson of Shenle, and Hugh Wynbish & Leticia his wife. [5] rcp
  • T1342 D: Certiorari. Commission on the taking of a rent of 8s rent of John de Hoo and Alice his wife by William Talmache, escheator. [6] rcp
  • T1342 E: Error. Justices itinerant (14 Edward III). Warwickshire. Novel disseisin. John de Merynton v. John son of Nicholas Trimenel knight & Elizabeth his wife, Nicholas the son of the same John, and his brother John, Thomas, Henry, and Edmund, William de la Forte, Andrew de Herburbury parson of half of MOrton Daubeney, and Roger Talfen. [7] rcp


  • M1342 A: Error. Common pleas (16 Edward III). Warwickshire. Entry. Prior of Kenilworth v. John son of John Piers. [8] rcp
  • M1342 B: Order to proceed after consultation with those learned in law in the matter of ascertaining the visitation rights of the abbot of Westminster in the hospital of St James at Charing. [9] rcp
  • M1342 C: Certiorari. Justices to inquire re Customs (16 Edward III). Kent. Indictment of SimonTurgys citizen of London. [10] rcp
  • M1342 D: Error. Cheshire. Error on attaint of assize mort d'ancestor: Jordan son of Thomas de Macclesfield, Thomas his son, and Elizabeth the wife of the same Thomas v. Thomas Fyton & Isabella his wife. [11] rcp
  • M1342 E: Certiorari on escheator's mortmain seizure. Sussex. [12]rcp
  • M1342 F: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (14 Edward III). Lincolnshire. Wreck of the sea. Alesia Lacy countess of Lincoln v. Thomas Cham et al. [13] rcp
  • M1342 G: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (15 Edward III). Warwickshire. Trespass: breach of close. William de Circestre tailor v. Henry de Hynton. [14] rcp
  • M1342 H: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (11 Edward III). Staffordshire. Nuisance: diversion of water course. Roger, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield v. John de Aldenham and John his son. [15] rcp
  • M1342 I: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (15 Edward III). Lincolnshire. Trespass. John de Neuton parson of Fulbeck v. Master Hugh de Walmesforth. [16] rcp


1343

  • H1343 A: Error. Cheshire (9 Edward III). Enforcement of final concord. John son of Peter de Buyrton & Angnes his wife v. Adam son of John son of William de Buyrton by Aldelynne. [17]
  • H1343 B: Certiorari. Itinerant justices (14 Edward III). Surrey. Novel disseisin. Thomas de Unedale knight v. Isabella late the wife of John de Unedale knight, Richard de Bernham, William de Fynchingfield, Henry de Fronwyk, William Mabus, Adam Chivaler, Robert le Carpenter & Sarra his wife, John Kays, John atte Carre, William le Turnour, John de Bottele, and Ivo de Thecolneston. [18] rcp
  • H1343 C: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (16 Edward III). Herefordshire. Conspiracy. Walter de Breynton v. Thomas son of Thomas le Deighere de Hereford, Agnes late the wife of Thomas le Deighere sr, John and Hugh sons of that Agnes and Joan sister of that John and Hugh. [19] rcp
  • H1343 D: Error. Oyer and terminer (15 Edward III). Hertfordshire. Presentment of deceit of court against John de Langeton cleric late treasurer of the exchequer. [20] rcp
  • H1343 E: Error. Common pleas (10 Edward III). Leicestershire. Right. Ralph Burgeys de Melton v. Alexander de Somervill and John his brother. [21]
  • H1343 F: Error. Oyer and terminer (13 Edward III). Surrey. Trespass. Richard de Kymberle v. John de Covert knight & Margaret his wife, Baldwin son of that Margaret, William Forweld, John vicar of Sullyngton, and Hugh Jonesman Covert. [22] rcp


  • E1343 A: Error. Common pleas (17 Edward III). Cornwall. Darrein Presentment. Theobald de Greneville v. John de Ralegh de Charles & Anna his wife. Concerning the church of Kilkhampton. [23] rcp
  • E1343 B: Error. London Hustings (15 Edward III). Replevin. Abbot of Waltham Cross v. Adam le Troyere. [24] rcp
  • E1343 C: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (16 Edward III). Dorset. Novel disseisin. John Brice & Joan his wife v. John le Botiller de Lanultyt and Thomas his son, and Roger le Reve. [25] rcp
  • E1343 D: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (15 Edward III). Shropshire. Novel disseisin. Margery daughter of William de Pylarton v. John de Ardeston, Malcolm de Harley, Simon Pouk, and Roger de Bourton. [26] rcp
  • E1343 E: Error. Oyer and terminer (15 Edward III). Hampshire. Presentment of those with goods of Reginald duke of Guelders from ships. [27] rcp
  • E1343 F: Certiorari. Common pleas (13 Edward II). Oxfordshire. Annual Rent. Adam de Carleton chaplain v. Abbot of Eynsham. [28] rcp


  • T1343 A: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (10 Edward III). Kent. Novel disseisin. Roburga late the wife of John atte Cumbe v. Thomas son of John atte Cumbe. [29] rcp
  • T1343 B: Certiorari. Justices itinerant 11 Edward III). Cambridgeshire. Novel disseisin. Geoffrey Seman v. William Warde de Cottenham & Mariota his wife. [30] rcp
  • T1343 C: Certiorari. Justices itinerant (3 Edward III). Warwickshire. Assize of nuisance. John de Legh de Kingston v. Nicholas son of Nicholas de Warrewick de Chasterton, Richard son of Richard de Sowe de Chasterton, Richard de Loges, Henry Baldewyne, John de Benyngton, William de Spernore, Ralph Danvers, Richard Baldewyne, John son of Guy le Taillour, William son of Nicholas le Seynior, John de Lenynton de Chasteron, Richard de Purle, and Robert de Malgaresbury. [31] rcp


  • M1343 A: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (15 Edward III). Suffolk. Trespass: assault. Walter Large v. Richard de Oaketon. [32] rcp
  • M1343 B: Error. Surrey. Presentment that imposed road repain on John de Donestaple parson of Ewell in relation to his land supposed now to be the endowment of his parish. [33] rcp
  • M1343 C: Error. Common pleas (16 Edward III). Somerset. Debt (crops worth 200 marks). Ralph, bishop of Bath and Wells v. Thomas de Haselshawe canon of the cathedral church of Wells. [34] rcp
  • M1343 D: Error. Common pleas (16 Edward III). Somerset. Debt (200 ps.) Ralph, bishop of Bath and Wells v. Thomas de Haselshawe. [35] rcp
  • M1343 D: Error. Common pleas (16 Edward III). Somerset. Debt (crops worth 60 ps.). Ralph, bishop of Bath and Wells v. Thomas de Haselshawe canon of the cathedral church of Wells. [36] rcp


1344

  • E1344 A: Error. Common pleas (14 Edward III). Huntingdonshire. Warranty. Robert de Holme v. Wiliam de Oundele and Nicholas Austyn and Anastasia his wife; they vouch John de Aspeden cleric. [37] rcp
  • E1344 B: Error. Itinerant justices (50 Henry III). Yorkshire. Novel disseisin. Robert de Hupsale v. Andrew de Fengers, John de Buk' and Dulcia his wife. [38] rcp
  • T1344 A: Error. Common pleas (15 Edward III). Buckinghamshire. Debt of 2000 p.s. by statute merchant. Ralph de Wedon chivaler v. John Cyfrewast de Chesham chivaler, Roger Cifrewast chivaler, John de Seynglowe chivaler, and William Cifrewast, and Richard brother of the same William. [39] rcp
  • T1344 B: Error. Common pleas (17 Edward III). London. Annual rent. Prior of Holy Trinity, London v Prior of Blessed Mary, Southwark. [40] rcp
  • T1344 C: Error. Oyer and terminer (17 Edward III). Wiltshire. Indictment for conspiracy. [41] rcp
  • M1344 A: Error. Justices itinerant (18 Edward III). Lincolnshire. Novel disseisin. Prior of Sempringham v. William Marmyon chivaler, Henry Williamsquier marmyon, Ralph Hemle de Kyseby, Ralph atte Kyrke de Kyseby, Ralph Greyne de Kyseby, Hugh Drury de Kyseby chaplain, and Raplph Drury de Kyseby. [42] rcp
  • M1344 B: Error. Common pleas (16 Edward III). Lincolnshire. Thomas de Bernardeston v. John de Heighlyng. Repair of a wall. [43] rcp
  • M1344 C: Error. Common pleas (18 Edward III). Lincolnshire. Mesne. John de Wenlyngburgh v. John Gysors and Henry his brother. [44], [45], [46] rcp
  • M1344 D: Error. Common pleas (14 Edward II). Sussex. Entry non compos mentis. John son of Thomas de la Broke v. John le Mareschal de Guldeford. [47] rcp
  • M1344 E: Error. Common pleas (17 Edward III). Derbyshire/Nottinghamshire. Dower. Elena who was the wife of Henry de Faucomberge v. Abbot of Welbeck. [48] rcp
  • M1344 F: Procedatis? Newcastle upon Tyne. Fresh force without writ. John Pomeray v. Thomas Gray sr knight and John de Chasthowe boucher. [49] rcp
  • M1344 G: Certiorari. Itinerant justices (5 Edward III). Suffolk. Novel disseisin. John de Claverynge and Hawise his wife v. John de la Faleyse and Peter his brother, Geoffrey Oudoun, Thomas Austyn and Augustine his brother, Peter Helmeth, Agustine Ille, John Payn, Matthew S__, Stephen Rycher, John Ille, John Gerard, William de Seyntefeythes, Thomas Alisaundre, Edmund Sparewe, Richard Sparewe, Robert Helmeth, Constantine de Paston, Roger Frymerch, John Leuessone, and Roger de Batesford. [50] rcp

1345

  • E1345 A: Error. Cheshire (1344). Mort dancestor. William son of Bernard de Tranemol v. Richard de Wheloke and Margaret his wife. [51] rcp
  • T1345 A: Error. Common pleas (17 Edward III). Middlesex. Trespass. Thomas de Whiteslegh (qui tam) v. William de Antyngham coteler. [52] rcp
  • T1345 B: Error. Itinerant justices (19 Edward III). Yorkshire. Novel disseisin. Bartholomew Fanacourt v. John de Barton de Tibthorpe and Robert de Barton de Tibthorpe. [53] rcp
  • M1345 C: Itinerant justices. Yorkshire. Novel disseisin. Prior of Newburgh v. Simon Simeon, John de Skelton and Agnes his wife, John son of Amice and Agatha his wife, John son of Stephen and Agnes his wife, Isabella de Baxby, Robert de Bolteby jr and Joan his sister and Elen and Emmas sisters of Joan, Robert son of Leticia, John son of Robert and Agnes his wife, William de Dorcestre and Alice his wife, Agnes de Bolteby, Matilda Stubbes, Alan Turnur, John son of Nicholas, William son of Nicholas, Hugh son of Richard de Eshewra, John Suter and Cecilia his wife, Alice de Westerdale, Richard de Eshewra, , Richard de Pikcey de Thorneton super Swale and Edelma his wife, John de Stokesley, Robert son of Richard Coke, Agnes who was the wife of Richard de Coke, Stephen de Faldyngton, Thomas le Fishere, John de Hothe(ways?) parson of Brasterton, Margaret who was the wife of Henry de Lodes, Adam son of Matilda, Thomas de Fencotes, Robert de Cristewayt, Richard Swayn, William de Popelton parson of Harwood, Peter de Richmond, William de Sturneton, John de Eyvill, Alexander de L--des and Margaret his wife, Thomas Vaus chaplain, Matilda Frer, William Rederose, Henry Geoffrey de Luterword, William son of Adam, Margery who was the wife of John son of Alice, William Warener, Alice who was the wife of John Taillour, Thomas son of Lawrence, Margaret de Cumdale, William Webbester, William Wynnemer, Richard de Lynton, Matilda de Eyvill, John Bullynge, William de Eyvill and Emma his wife, John de Pokethorpe, William de Eskelby, Richard de Pokethorpe, John Benet, Alice who was the wife of John de Craven, William Broun, Robert Barbayn, John son of Henry le Vaus, Robert son of Adam and Jerome le Reve de Cundale. [54]
  • M1345 D: Error. Itinerant justices (16 Edward III). Dorset. Novel disseisin. John Bryce and Joan his wife v. John le Butler de Lunultyt and Thomas his son and Roger le Reve. [55] rcp
  • M1345 E: Error. Ireland (16 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Alexander, archbishop of Dublin v. Richard, bishop of Offery, William de Evesham archdeacon of Offery, Nicholas Martyn cleric, Nicholas Lumbard, John de Pembroke, and Henry son of Robert Arnold. [56] rcp

1346

  • H1346 A: Error. Common Pleas (12 Edward III). Entry sur disseisin. Berkshire. Richard Hardyng and Agnes his wife v. Roger le Cartere chaplain. [57] rcp
  • E1346 A: Error. Cheshire (19 Edward III). Covenant. Peter de Wetenhale parson of Stockport v. John de Arderne knight. [58] rcp
  • E1346 B: Error. Ireland (12 Edward III). Brother Roger Outlawe then prior of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in Ireland v. Camd son of Camd de Barry. [59] rcp
  • E1346 C: Error. Cheshire (19 Edward III). Debt. Edward de Warenne and Cecilia his wife v. John de Arderne. [60] rcp
  • E1346 D: Certiorari. Oxfordshire (19 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Nicholas de Publesbury and Alice his wife v. Walter de Burwone de Churchemylton, John Seman, John de Bury and Idonea his wife, Walter de Harewell de Denton, James son of Phillip Mynnekan, Walter son of Robert le Clerke, and John le Lokyer. [61] rcp
  • M1346 A: Error. Ireland gaol delivery. Indictment of William son of John Cadel, Henry son of John Cadel, John son of John Cadel, Stephen son of John Cadel, and Thomas Hope tailor for the death of Maurice son of Thomas Cadel. [62] rcp
  • M1346 B: Certiorari. Itinerant justices (16 Edward III). Dorset. Novel disseisin. John Brice and Joan his wife v. John le Buteler de Lanultit, Thomas his son, and Roger le Reve. [63] rcp
  • M1346 C: Error. Itinerant justices (19 Edward III). Yorkshire. Novel disseisin. Bartholomew de Fanatourt chivaler v. John de Barton de Tibthorpe and Robert de Barton de Tibthorpe. [64]
  • M1346 D: Error. Common pleas (17 Edward III). Oxfordshire. Account receiver. John de Louthes v. John atte Watre de Ikford. [65] rcp
  • M1346 E: Error. Common pleas (20 Edward III). Surrey. Trespass breaking of a chest. Stephen de Brodynghurst v. John Vyncent de Waltham. [66] rcp

1347

  • E1347 A: Error. Common pleas (5 Edward III). Entry sur disseisin. Thomas son of William Erel de Wakefield v. Master John de Warrena. [67] rcp
  • E1347 B: Error. Common pleas (8 Edward III). Northamptonshire. Entry post disseisin. John son of Walter de Pateshull de Norhampton v. Roger son of Master Roger de Boudon and Joan his wife and Richard son of William de Telene de Norhampton. [68] rcp
  • T1347 A: Error. Itinerant justices (20 Edward III). Kent. Novel disseisin. William son of Thomas Corpe and John his brother v. Thomas Perle de London, Suresius Thomasservant Perle, William Vigerous de Eltham, and William de la Marche. [69] rcp
  • T1347 B: Error. Common pleas (20 Edward III). Norfolk. Richard Freysell (qui tam) v. William, bishop of Norwich: the excommunication of Freysell for delivering a writ of prohibition. [70] rcp
  • T1347 C: Error. Common pleas (20 Edward III). Suffolk. Richard Freysell (qui tam) v. John, prior of Kersey commissary of the bishop of Norwich together with Hamo Belers, Simon prior of Holy Trinity, Norwich, Brother Peter de Donewyco co-monk of the same prior, Simon son of Nigel, Theobald de Sudbury, and James parson of Wrabness. Concerning the excommunication of Freysell for delivery of a writ of prohibition to the bishop of Norwich. [71] rcp Concerning the other defendants besides the prior of Kersey: [72] rcp
  • T1347 D: Error. Common pleas (20 Edward III). Replevin. Middlesex. Prior of New Place by Guildford v. Richard de Wyndesore, Richard Smyth, Gilbert de Langham, and William son of Geoffrey de Bradeweye. [73] rcp
  • T1347 E: Error. London hustings (19 Edward II). (Error on) error on replevin. Abbot of Waltham Holy Cross v. Adam le Treyere. [74] rcp
  • T1347 F: Error. Ireland. Common pleas at Dublin (12 Edward III). Brother Roger Cutlawe prior of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in Ireland v. David son of David de Barry. [75], [76] rcp
  • T1347 G: Error. Slaughter hundred of the Abbot of Fiscamp (20 Edward III). Formedon. John son of Robert Burnel v. Alina who was the wife of Edward Burnel. Case had begun in common pleas and by claim of court granted according to royal charter down to the hundred court. [77]
  • M1347 B: Error. Lancashire. Assize justices (19 Edward III). Roger son of Adam de Hulton and Robert brother of the same Roger v. Hugh son of Henry de Tyldeslegh, Joan daughter of Henry de Moston, Henry de Tildesleghhurst, and William Laurence. [78] rcp
  • M1347 C: Certiorari. Forest justices, Pickering, Yorkshire (8 Edward III). Rex v. Robert son of William Wyerne and Thomas Thurnef. [79] rcp
  • M1347 D: Error. Assize justices (20 Edward III). Replevin. Prior de Novo Loco v. Richard de Wyndesore, Richard Smyth, Gilbert de Langham and William son of Geoffrey de Bradeweye. [80] rcp
  • M1347 E: Error. Common pleas (12 Edward III). Enrollment of an enrolled grant by Robert de Wyght de Holborn and Elena his wife to John de Holborn cleric son of Elena of two shops in St Andrew, Holborn on the royal road of Holborn between their tenement on the east and that of Hugh Bussy on the west and that of John Mautravers to the south, with Holborn on the north. [81] rcp

1348

E1348 A: Certiorari. Oyer and terminer (19 Edward III). Gloucestershire. Rex & Phillip de Alcestre parson of Little Compton v. Robert Walteres de Iccombe cleric, Leonard de Lucy parson of Chiriton, Elias de Iccombe chaplain, Walter Dene de Shutteford, William Leonardesprest de Lucy, John Broun de Ilmyngdone, Thomas Smythes de Ilmyndone, William atte Watre de Ilmyndone, John atte Grene de Magna Compton cleric, Walter de Dorne de Shesencote, Walter de Trowell de Shesencote, Richard de Botetorte, Henry Henene, William atte Grene chaplain, John atte Clyve de Tydilmynton, John le Frend de Breilles, Simon le Whyte, Thomas Balle, and Thomas Bernard de Breylles and others (unnamed), who with armed force broke into the rectory at Little Compton, held it with armed force for ten days, took goods and chattels worth 100 marks, and ejected Phillip's servants, all this after the king's recovery in Rex v. Prior of Deerhurst; the king had then presented Alcestre to Wulfstan, bishop of Worcester and Alcestre had been instituted. [82]

E1348 B: Error. Common Pleas (H 17 Edward III). Cornwall. Last Presentment (church of Kilkhampton). Theobald de Greneville v. John de Ralegh de Charles and Anna his wife. [83]

E1348 C: Error. Ireland. (21 Edward III). Trim. Novel disseisin. Richard son of John son of Richard de Tuyt de Loghloth knight v. Mariota fitz Amerey, Peter Kent del Newehagard, Simon fitz Richard knight and Elizabeth his wife, William son of Simon fitz Richard knight and Richard Fulshawe. [84]

T1348 A: Certiorari. Marshalsea Court (21 Edward III). Bristol. Trespass without writ. Edmund de Cherlton v. Richard Graunt de Yate. [85], [86]

T1348 B: Error. Lancashire. Assizes (21 Edward III). Novel disseisin. John son of John son of William de Lonesdale v. Edund son of John de Horneby and Margaret his wife. [87]

T1348 C: Error. Ireland. (7 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Bartholomew Dardiz v. John de la Pulle, Phillip de Lanne, Richard de Bailif de Tristylkeran, William Rikeman, William Sherman, Robert de Tuyt, and John Poer. [88]

T1348 D: Certiorari. Common Pleas. (19 Edward III). Quare incumbravit. Theobald de Greneville v. John bishop of Exeter, concerning the church of Kilkhampton. [89]; again [90]

M1348 A: Certiorari. Eyre (Northampton) (3 Edward III). Debt recognition. Henry de Gayton had acknowledged a debt of 20 p.s. to Master William de Weston cleric. [91]

M1348 B: Error. Ireland. (16 Edward III). Novel disseisin. John son of Simon de Cloudolkan v. John de Graunsete, Alexander Welle, Robert Barry, and Adam Neweman. [92]

M1348 C: Nottinghamshire. (22 Edward III). Redisseisin. William Hut de Cotegrave v. Astorgius, prior of Lenton. [93]

M1348 D: Error. Lincolnshire. (20 Edward III). Account. John de Dunham of Lincoln v. Gilbert de Bridsale chivaler. [94]

H1349 A: Error. Lancashire. (21 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Simon son of Simon de Holand v. Henry de Byrum & Alesia his wife, Adam brother of that Henry, John son of Henry de Byrum, and Simon and William brother of the same John, Henry de Credle, Richard de Asheton, Richard de Riggeby, John le Perpont, John Paysant, and Simon de Kenyan. [95]

M1349 A: Error. King's Bench. (9 Edward I). Right of Advowson. Rex v. Robert Banastre. Advowson of the church of Wigan (verdict taken before many justices etc, result was then against the king.) Judgment here for the king. [96]

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