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  • M1347 A: Yorkshire. Master Roger Basset offical of the archdeacon of York and farmer of the archdeaconry (qui tam) v. John son of Richard de Estfeld, John de Warsop tailor, John Tothe fleshewer, Robert Whyte chapman, William Lockes, Thomas Twyere, John Dadwall, William Ivesone, John Fustyan, William son of John de Leverton, Thomas de Aldewerk tailor, John Gurry, and John his son, John Coke, John Perkyn, John Wanreth, and Nicholas his brother. Defendants impeded Basset from collecting the profits of the archdeaconry for the king, since the profits were in the king's hands for the defence of the realm as with other benefices held by foreigners; they also took many things in his possession there in Tickhill and imprisoned him for two days. Defendants pleaded not guilty. John Dadwall and William Lokkes did plead that as constables of Tickhill they had held Basset by virtue of a hue and cry on the stabbing of a man. [1] rcp
  • E1348 A: Yorkshire. Rex & Master Roger Basset official of the archdeacon of York and farmer of the same archdeaconry v. John Lauson, John son of Alice del Kirke, William Lockes sr, John Laverok, William de Honyrcotes, John Bulloke, John Watson, Robert son of Alice del Kyrke, William atte Kyrke, John Dolfyn, Robert Gurry, Nicholas Wanreth, Hugh Wanreth, Emma who was the wife of Richard de Estfeld, Cecilia daughter of that Emma, Sibil Wanreth, William de Halum tailor, and Thomas de Wirsop. After king's council had ordained that all fruits of the archdeaconry that were held by aliens should be in the king's hands as such were throughout them realm and although the king had put Basset under his protection so that Basset could collect the revenues and answer to the king, they impeded him and attacked Basset's close and house at Tickhill, imprisoned him, and took goods and chattels worth 60p.s. [2]

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