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E1302: Robert de Montalt's bailiff in Snettisham and the town custom of commoning. [1]

E1318 A: Robert de Montalt v. Robert atte Stone, William Nicol, John Nicol, Roger Cotman, William le Pottere, Nicholas Spaule, Richard Fullere, Alan Brice, Thomas Wyrmuyng, Gilbert Chutyng, Geoffrey le Pottere, Richard Duze, John son of Walter Jobyn, William Snellyng, Richard Suetmouth, Roger le Pottere, Phillip Hulot, Thomas Herynge de Holm, Nicholas Gulsweyn, Walter Gruggon, William Gybelot, John Puttoke, Nicholas Jobyn, Nicholas Letchour, Richard son of Ellen de Lectone, Thomas Jobyn, Peter Coubel, Alan Shymmyng, Roger Skydde, and Alan Saladyn. Montalt should have wreck of the sea within the precincts of Snettisham hundred; they took named goods swept ashore at Snettisham, Hecham, and Hunstanton. [2]