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T1317 A: Bishop of Chichester's right to wreck of the sea in all his lands and thus in Bixley. John, bishop of Chichester v. John Culfishe sr & John Culfishe jr, Edward atte Sudde, Edward Truckelove, Gilbert Maydyn, and Stephen le Fleshewer. [1]



H1350 A: Sussex. John Waleys chivaler v. William de Warenne together with John Seintpier. Trespass and imprisonment for 8 weeks and three days, either in 1336 or 1338. Warenne pleaded that the king in 1338 commissioned John de Warenne earl of Surrey, Richard earl of Arundell, William de Clynton earl of Huntingdon, John de Moubray and John de Hampton to enforce the statute of Northampton in the counties of Hamphire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Surrey, Sussex, and Kent. They received reports that Waleys had an armed gang of wrongdoers who imprisoned people until they made fines or redemptions; one of the victims was one Richard Page. Warenne ordered the relevant sheriffs to arrest Waleys, but they would not. So the commissioners commissioned Warenne to arrest Waleys by a commission dated 10 August 1338. He thus arrested him and took him to Lewes Castle. [2]














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