SCF 1562

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From Extracts in E159/344 [1]

Hilary Term

  • From Thomas Sprott de Sutton, Notts, yeoman: £5.
  • From William Gilbert de Sutton, yeoman: £5.
  • From William Smith de Sutton, yeoman: £5.
  • From Robert Kyng de Sutton: £5.
  • From Thomas Troswell de Sutton: 20s.
  • From Edmund Sudbury de Sutton: 20s.
  • From John Sturdevant de Carleton, Notts: 20s.
  • From Robert Marshall de Sutton: 20s.
    • These fines are for the riot in the matter between Cartwright and them.
  • 11 February
  • From John Cooke de Upsonborne, Hants, armiger: £20.
  • From Henry Knighte of Winchester, Hants, gent: £6 13s 4d.
    • These fines are for the making and devising of certain writings to the slander of the Queen's Majesty's Council.
  • 13 February
  • From Richard Lorde of Oswestry, Salop, gent: 40s.
  • From Richard ap Llewellyn of Oswestry: 40s.
  • From Thomas Jones of Oswestry for his fine: £5.
    • These fines are for refusing to give a verdict being sworn and charged among others to present at a leet holden at Oswestry, such things as was given in charge and also for that there was a blank paper delivered into the court by the said Jones.


From Extracts in E159/344 [2]

Easter Term, 4 Elizabeth

  • 22 April
  • From William Penny de Ashe, Kent, yeoman, for his fine for riot: £5.
  • From Christofer Harflett de Ashe, gent, for his fine for riot: £5.
  • From Hugh Willes de Ashe, yeoman, for a fine for riot: 20s.
  • From George Lewes de Ashe: 40s.
  • From Bartholomew de Ashe, yeoman, for his fine for riot: 40s.
  • From John Forte de Ashe, for his fine for riot: 40s.
  • From John Cowper de Sturmond, Kent, yeoman: 20s.
  • The same day
  • From James Chapman de Patrickesborne, Kent, yeoman, for his fine for riot: 40s.
    • These fines are for the riot in the matter between the said Chapman plaintiff and Penny and the rest, defendants.
  • 1 May, 4 Elizabeth
  • From Lord Thomas Howarde, viscount Bindon of Bindon, Dorset, for his offences: £50.
  • From John Baker de Nettilcombe, Som, yeoman, for his fine for riot: £166 13s 4d.
  • 8 May, 4 Elizabeth
  • From George Broughton de Cleve, Som, gent, for his fine for riot: £10.
    • This fine is for the riot in the matter between the Lord Viscount Howard and him.

Trinity Term, 4 Elizabeth

  • 3 May
  • From James Fitzjames de ____, Som, knight, for his fine for his offences: £40.
  • From Richard Fitzjames de ____, Som, gent, for his fine for his divers offences: £13 6s 8d.
    • These fines are for a false and untrue return made by them upon certain writs of liberty to them delivered, the one of them being high sheriff and the other undersheriff of the said county of Somerset.
  • 12 June
  • From John Petley de Halsted, Kent, gent, for his fine for riot: £20.
  • From Alan Petley de Shoreham, Kent, yeoman: £5.
  • From John Brasier de Halsted, yeoman: £5.
    • These fines are for the riot by them committed in the matter between one Whitmore and them.

Michaelmas Term, 4-5 Elizabeth

  • 30 October
  • From John Johnson de Sturrey, Kent, gent, for his fine for riot: 200 marks.
  • From Richard Brome, servant of the said John Johnson: £10.
  • From Richard Trappes de Sturrey, Kent, husbandman, for his fine for riot: £20.
  • From George Smyth, servant of said John Johnson for his fine for riot: £10.

(dorse: [3])

  • From William Arnys de Hackington alias St Stevens, Kent, husbandman, for his fine for riot: £10.
  • From William Alen de Sturrey, husbandman, for his fine for riot: £10.
  • From Henry Harrison de Sturrey, yeoman, for his fine for riot: £10.
  • From Thomas Nashe de Sturrey, husbandman, for a fine for riot: £10.
  • From Nicholas Dirrye of Canterbury, sawer, for his fine for riot: £10.
  • From Nicholas Abbye de Lanckeporte by the City of Canterbury, locksmith: £10.
    • These fines are adjudged upon them for the riot by them comitted in the matter one Frankelyn, plaintiff, and the aforementioned Johnson with other defendants.
  • 6 November
  • From Nicholas Pirrye de Baynton, Wilts, gent, for his fine for riot: £33 6s 8d.
  • From Edmund Pirrye de Potterne, Wilts, yeoman, for a fine for riot: £5.
  • From William Somner de Potterne, yeoman, for his fine for riot: £5.
  • From John Mayowe de Potterne, husbandman, for his fine for riot: £5.
  • From Anthony Union (?) de Bratton, Wilts, weaver, for his fine for riot: £5.
  • From Johne Roke de Potterne, husbandman, for his fine for riot: £5.
    • These fines are for the riot committed by them in the matter depending in this court between Longe, plaintiff, and the said Pirrye and other defendants.
  • 13 November
  • From William Philipps, servant of John Parrott, knight, for his fine for riot: £5.
  • From Peter Dawkyns, servant of said John Parrott for his fine: £5.
  • From Henry Palmer, servant of John Parrott, for his fine: £5.
  • From Lewis Cole, servant of John Parrot for his fine for riot: £5.
  • From Watkyn Cole de Langherne, Carmarthen, yeoman, for his fine for riot: £5.
    • These fines are for the riot in the matter between Banester, plaintiff, and the aforenamed Sir John with the persons aforenamed, defendants.
  • 30 November
  • From Richard Thymolbie of Thimbleby, Lincs, armiger: 500 marks.
  • From William Charnocke of the City of Westminster, gent, for his fine: 100 marks.
    • These fines are for certain falsehoods and forgeries by them committed in Rowses matter.

(The rest of this extract is rendered in the file for 1563)