Warlike Conduct 1450-1474

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  • H1463 A: Gloucestershire. Richard Basset v. John Trye de Hardwyk jr genlteman. In December 1460 the defendant with many unknown wrongdoers arrayed in warlike mode assaulted Basset to kill him. Defendant pleaded self-defence. [1] rcp
  • H1463 B: Suffolk. Presented that John Paston jr of Norwich armiger, John Resyngton of Framlingham yeoman, Richarde Calle of Framlingham yeoman, John Randolph de Folthorpe husbandman, William Feld de Folthorpe husbandman, Stephen Caly of Fulthorpe laborer, Richard Hert de Folthorpe fuller, John Prentyng de Heylysdon yeoman, John Flourdewe de Drayton clerk, William Knot de Drayton laborer, Robert Catte de Drayton laborer, John Gelle de Drayton laborer, Peter Wareyn de Drayton laborer, and many others unknown to the number of forty armored and in warlike mode as in insurrection by order and abettment of John Paston sr of Norwich gentleman at knight at Rendham, Suffolk, rioutously and feloniously broke into William Jenney's close at Leyston and took his animals. [2] rcp
  • 1463 C: Trial of John Kendale of Sudbury yeoman and John Erle for uprising and treason from process in 31 Henry VI. [3] rcp
  • 1463 D: Pardon of William White vicar of Iweley, Yorkshire, from process in 32 Henry VI for treason and rebellion. [4] rcp