Trespassory Rape 1345-1349

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1345

  • H1345 A: Hertfordshire. Richard atte Halle v. John de Wylym and William de Quenhawe. Wife: Ellen. At Baldock in 1336. Plea of not guilty. Verdict of not guilty. [1], [2], [3], [4] rcp
  • H1345 B: Middlesex. John de Walsham v. William de Barneville de Harwe. Wife: Alice. At Harwe. [5], [6] rcp
  • H1345 C: London. Adam Verdon v. John Coke drover. Wife: Margery. At London. [7], [8] rcp
  • H1345 D: Norfolk. Richard Damysel v. Thomas Ameryng de Hengham. Wife: Elizabeth. At Hengham. [9], [10], [11] rcp


  • E1345 A: Buckinghamshire. John Dayrel de Lyllyngston v. Hugh Gobyon and Thomas and Ivo brothers of Hugh. Wife: Joan. At Lillingstone. [12], [13], [14] rcp
  • E1345 B: Kent. Henry de Dovorr jr v. Nicholas Dagh cleric and Sara his sister, John Rushemere, and Thomas de Dovorre de Westgate. Wife: Isabella. At Ospringe in 1342. Plea of not guilty. [15], [16], [17], [18] rcp
  • E1345 C: Northamptonshire. John Baudewyn de Thrapston v. John Briggeman chaplain and Thomas his brother. Trespassory "rape" of Isabella his wife at Thrapston and taking of goods. [19], [20], [21], [22] rcp


  • T1345 A: London. John atte Brome v. Nicholas Chanceaux de Chalfheye. Wife: Alice. At London. [23] rcp
  • T1345 B: London. Peter son of Stephen Lambyn of London v. Gilbert Passelewe de Norhampton butcher. Wife: Isabella. At London. [24], [25] rcp
  • T1345 C: London. Geoffrey le Warenere brewer v. John le Warenere taverner. Wife: Joan. At London. [26] rcp
  • T1345 D: Cambridgeshire. Nicholas Andreu de Overe v. William son of John son of Ralph jr. Wife: Mariota. At Over in 1344. Plea of not guilty. [27], [28], [29], [30], [31] rcp
  • T1345 E: Norfolk. Nicholas Sprygy of King's Lynn v. Richard attte Lane de Sudbury and Richard Bad de Avemere. Wife: Cristiana. At King's Lynn. [32], [33] rcp
  • T1345 F: Northamptonshire. Henry de Chaucombe de Northampton v. John son of Roger Page. Wife: Margery. At Northampton. [34], [35], [36] rcp
  • T1345 G: Bedfordshire. John Deyloun v. Henry Godale de Wrastlingworthe muleward. Wife: Alice. At Everton. [37], [38], [39] rcp
  • T1345 H: Oxfordshire. Richard de Wymborne v. Thomas de Oskerswell. Wife: Alice. At Oxford. [40] rcp


  • M1345 A: Buckinghamshire. John Isabell de Weston Turville v. Richard de Werwell chaplain. Wife: Joan. At Weston Turville. [41] rcp
  • M1345 B: Somerset. Thomas de Lutteswell v. Peter de Cotes parson of Chiselborough and William Prowet. Wife: Joan. at Chiselborough. [42] rcp
  • M1345 C: London. Roger de Barkworth v. William Chopyn tailor. Wife: Alice. At London in 1345. Plea of not guilty. [43] rcp
  • M1345 D: London. Geoffrey le Warener brewer v. John le Wariner taverner. Wife: Joan. At suburb of London in 1344. Plea of not guilty. [44] rcp
  • M1345 E: Lincolnshire. John Bacun v. William Skuppeholme and Allan and John his brothers, andJohn del Parkehous de Gernethorpe. Wife: Lucy. At Somercotes. [45], [46] rcp
  • M1345 F: London. Edmund son of Edmund Lambyn of London v. Richard Chees, John de Melles, and James atte Hethe. Wife: Margery. At London. [47], [48] rcp
  • M1346 G: Bedfordshire. Peter de Snyterle v. John de Trowell. Wife: Alice. At Stondon. [49] rcp

1346

  • H1346 A: Warwickshire. John de la Bere de Avenederset v. Henry Wodecoke. "Rape" and taking of goods with alleged damages of 1,000p.s. Defendant pleaded not guilty and was mainperned. [50], [51], [52], [53]
  • H1346 B: Middlesex. John Foun v. Geoffrey atte Lee. Wife: Agnes. At East Bedfont. [54], [55] rcp


  • E1346 A: Warwickshire. Richard son of Richard atte Grove Hampton v. John de Sibbesdon parson of Newbold-Pacey. Wife: Agnes. At Newbold-Pacey in 1333 (?). Plea of not guilty. [56], [57] rcp
  • E1346 B: Leicestershire. Richard Pollard v. John de Aston de Coventry. Wife: Katherine. At Hemington. [58], [59] rcp
  • E1346 C: London. William de Hynton of London chandler v. Nicholas de Kerewent cleric. Wife: Alice. At London. [60] rcp
  • E1346 D: Norfolk. Henry Osebern de Fouldon v. Thomas de Welles and John de Tyryngton. Wife: Cecilia. At Norwich. [61], [62] rcp
  • E1346 E: Northamptonshire. John Asplun v. Simon Jouse de Tansore. Wife: Agnes. At Southwick. [63] rcp


  • T1346 A: Northamptonshire. George Monbocher v. John de St Liceo and Adam his wife and John son of the same John, John Chanse, Robert del Grene and Alice his wife, and John Jonesprest de St Liceo. Wife: Isabella. At Northampton. [64], [65] rcp
  • M1346 A: Buckinghamshire. John Broun de Parva Horwode v. John, vicar of Little Horwood. Wife: Sarra. At Little Horwood. [66] rcp
  • M1346 B: Middlesex. William Mowere de Hakeneye lynedraper v. Thomas de Hillyngdon, Thomas de Pokerigg de Ashewell chaplain, William Bakere de Hakeney. Wife: Margery. At Hackney. [67] rcp
  • M1346 C: Suffolk. Robert de Westerfeld v. Ralph Chatesham de Bentelegh chaplain. Wife: Cristiana. At Everwarton. [68] rcp
  • M1346 D: London. Robert Whityng de London latoner v. John Phiporis sporier. Wife: Cristina. At London. [69] rcp

1347


E1347 A: Somerset. Thomas de Lutteswell v. Peter de Cotes cleric and William Prouwet. Wife: Joan. At Chisleborough. [70] rcp

E1347 B: Northamptonshire. George Monbocher v. John de St Liceo and Ada his wife. Wife: Isabella. At Northampton. [71] rcp

E1347 C: Kent. Stephen atte Dane de Pecham v. Walter Felbergh de Chilham. Wife: Joan. At Pecham. [72]; in 1347; plea of not guilty. [73] rcp

E1347 D: London. Edmund son of Edmund Lambyn v. Richard Sone, John Pleynamour, and Richard Platoun. Wife: Margery. At London. [74] rcp

E1347 E: Suffolk. William Werploke de Beccles v. Nicholas de Beverle parson of Weston by Beccles. Wife: Alice. At Beccles. Plea of not guilty. [75] rcp

E1347 G: Essex. Edmund fitz Piers de Creudon v. Nicholas Hulles parson of Knolle, Reginald de Hulington, and John de Haveryng. Trespassory "rape" of Mariota his wife and taking of goods. [76], [77], [78] rcp

E1347 H: Kent. Richard atte Cherche v. Robert son Alexander atte Bourne and Walter de Swyngeliston. Wife: Sarra. At Brenchesle. [79], [80] rcp


M1347 A: Suffolk. William son of Isabella Jakelyn v. Nicholas de Beverle de Weston by Beklis cleric. Trespassory "rape" of Alice his wife and taking of goods. [81], [82] rcp 2/12

M1347 B: Northamptonshire. Walter de Orby v. Peter Melleward de Brackele chaplain. Wife: Alice. At Brackley. [83] rcp

M1347 C: London. William de Leyam v. Walter de Thornton cleric and John de Foston. Trespassory "rape" of Alice his wife and taking of goods. [84] [85]

M1347 D: Lincolnshire. John son of Henry Lake de Alford v. John son of Walter de Cave sr. Trespassory "rape" of Joan his wife at Alford and taking of goods. [86], [87]

M1347 E: Kent. John Fynyan v. Adam Fensterman de Lesnes. Wife: Agnes. At Lesnes. [88] rcp

M1347 F: Somerset. Adam de Flaundres v. Henry de Tettebury cordwaner. Wife: Matilda. At Bath. [89] rcp

M1347 G: Huntingdonshire. Richard Be the Ree v. William Aleyn et al. Wife: Joan. At Wood Houghton. [90] rcp

1348

H1348C: Oxon. Richard de Wymbourn v. Thomas de Oskerswell. Trespassory "rape" of Alice his wife and taking of goods. [91]

H1348D: Beds. John Freman de Stachesden v. John Geffrey de Stachesden. Trespassory "rape" and taking of goods. [ http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E3/KB27no351/aKB27no351fronts/IMG_1674.htm]


E1348 B: Sussex. John de Sugworth v. John Payn, Alice atte Rye, William de Horcombe Prest, Dionisia de Byne, Ralph de Burton and Agnes his wife, Joan atte Rye, Lora atte Rye: Trespassory "rape" of Margery wife of John at Lewes and taking of goods. [92]

E1348 C: Devon. Benedict Hamelyn v. William de Huntyngdon cleric together with Geoffrey Chaumberleyn jr, Robert Hille, and Agnes de Spirlake. Trespassory "rape" of Alice with of Benedict at Exeter. Case without day as to William, who is under the king's protection serving at Calais. [93]; [94], [95]

E1348 D: Wiltshire. Hugh Waleys v. John Fraunkeleyn chaplain, and Simon his brother. Trespassory "rape" of Alice wife of Hugh at Calne and taking of goods. [96], [97], [98]


T1348 A: Northamptonshire. William Drambel de Rothewell v. Thomas Dyt de Raundes chaplain. Trespassory "rape" of Mabil his wife at Rothwell and taking of goods. [99]

T1348 B: Buckinghamshire. James de Grenstede taillor v. John Baudewyn taborer. Trespassory "rape" of Margaret his wife at Bledlowe and taking of goods. [100], [101], [102]

T1348 C: London. William Avenaunt de Heckyngham v. Edmund Northtoft and William Northtoft. Trespassory "rape" of Alianora his wife at London taking goods. [103]

T1348 E: Sussex. Andrew de Houndesele v. Humfrey le Chesman and William (?) de Wygespere. Trespassory "rape" of Juliana his wife at Kerredeford and taking of goods. [104]

T1348 F: Kent. Simon Beke de Saltwode v. Thomas Dyn de Hethe. Trespassory "rape" of Joan his wife at Saltwood and taking of goods. [105]

T1348 G: Yorkshire. Thomas de Arnthorpe de Pollington v. Richard son of --- Milsen de Neuland. Trespassory "rape" of Matilda his wife at Newland and taking of goods. [106], [107]

T1348 H: Northamptonshire. Walter de Corby v. Peter Melleward de Brackley chaplain. Trespassory "rape" of Alice his wife at Brackley and taking of goods. [108]

T1348 I: Lincolnshire. William Taverner skinner of Lincoln v. John de Stokheth cleric, William de Staunton, Thomas Johanservant de Stokheth, Thomas Crake late servaqnt of Robert de Bramle, and John le Keu de Stokheth. Trespassory "rape" of Isolda wife his wife at Lincoln and taking of goods. [109]. Presentment from 1347 for same followed now by royal pardon. Had Isolda died in the Black Death? [110]

T1348 K:Middlesex. John de Bernes v. John son of Matilda le Clerk de Pritelwell, Hugh Sweyn de Pritelwell, and William Mone. Trespassory "rape" of Margaret his wife at Stepney and taking of goods. [111], [112]


M1348 A: Sussex. Andrew de Houndesele v. Humphrey le Chesman & Wiliam de Wygespere. Trespassory "rape" of Juliana his wife at Kerredeford and taking of goods. [113], [114]

M1348 B: London. John Taylfer messager v. Thomas de Mondham bowyere. Trespassory "rape" of Joan his wife at London. [115]

M1348 C: Northamptonshire. William Drombyl de Rothwell v. Thomas Dyt de Raundes chaplain. Trespassory "rape" of Matilda his wife at Rothwell and taking of goods. [116]

E1349 A: Nottinghamshire. Roger de Barton of Retford v. Richard Sotherum de Saundeby de Wellum. Trespassory "rape" of Agnes his wife at East Retford and taking of goods. [117] rcp


M1349 A: London. Hamo Billing of London barber v. John de York, brewer. Trespassory "rape" of Christiana his wife at London and taking of goods. Pleaded: the siezure was in 1346; the goods taken were household goods, jewelry and clothing; damages were claimed of 1,000 p.s. York pleaded not guilty. Successive unsuccessful jury summonses. [118] rcp

M1349 B: Hertfordshire. William de Dodeley of London v. Thomas de Dolyngham of London and William de Burwell of London. Trespassory "rape" of Agnes his wife at Walington (in 1349) and taking of goods. [119], [120], [121], [122], [123] rcp

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