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H1310 A: Procedure of the court of Ripon of the Archbishop of York. Yorkshire. Henry de Kyghelegh v. Stephen de Bella Aqua. [1]

H1319 A: Emma wife of Richard Barri of Ripon, Alianora wife of Richard de Dalle, Margery wife of Richard Aldreth, Alice sister of Nicholas Bui de Lewys v. Nicholas le Teyntour, Anger Frere, William le Teyntour, William Lauberd, Alan fiz Ide chaplain, John Walker sr, John Soct jr, Richard Colstan, Peter de Malton, Richard le Seriaunt, Richard Berch, Nicholas Walsh, Stephen Wyles, Peter de Crakale, John Scot sr, John Scot bocher, Benedict Gille, Thomas de Westwyke, Richard le Dubbur, Roger de Carleton, Walter de Holgill, Hugh de Marton, Richard de Pontefract, John of the Halle, Adam Walker de Bondegate, and William Raskell. Plaintiffs sought remedy from the king because Ripon had agreed to pay the Scots not to destroy Ripon and had surrendered hostages to them for payment on a certain day. Ripon did not pay, so hostages remained imprisoned, and the women sought remedy against Ripon. [2], [3]


M1348 A: Yorkshire. Robert de Midelham v. Richard de Tanfeld de Ripon, merchant. Novel disseisin. The archbishop of York claimed the plea for his court with citations to the first such allowance in 1280 (together with the parties' right to go back into king's court if there was a problem). [4]


  • T1362 A: Extortion by the ministers of the archbishop of York on those coming to the Ripon fair. [5], [6], [7] rcp