Attaint; Juries

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This page is for links to jury behavior that was important, unusual, or revealing, not just for any verdict. It includes any case of attaint in which the record was transcribed.

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  • H1342 A: Attaint. Lincolnshire. Trespass. Thomas de Forthyngton chaplain v. Amabilla late the wife of John son of John de Langeton by Partenay, Bogo son of John son of John de Langeton by Partenay, and Elizabeth sister of the same John son of John, and Richard brother of the same John son of John, John Dautre brother of Amabilla, John Gamel de Mumby & Mary his wife, and John son of Alan son of Richard de Mumby. [1] rcp
  • E1342 A: Attaint. Cambridgeshire. Trespass. John Broun de Magna Shelford v. Ralph de Neuton. [2] rcp
  • T1342 A: Attaint. Northamptonshire. Trespass. John son of William de Thorp de Wendlyngburgh v. Ralph Gyles de Thyngdon, Robert le Parmenter, Robert Carpenter de Thyngdon, and William Chapman. [3] rcp
  • T1342 B: Attaint. Norfolk. Trespass. William de Brunton and Thomas Belleyettere de Lenn v. Roger de Ashdon, Roger Laurence, William Soutere, Hugh Aleman, William Coke, Alan Kyngesman, and Adam Kynnera. [4] rcp
  • M1342 A: Attaint. Yorkshire. Novel disseisin. Margaret de Yafford v. John Knyvet de Conton, John his son, and Alice, Elena, and Isabella sister of John son of John. [5]

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  • H1343 A: Attaint. Sussex. Replevin. Simon de Haselholte v. Joan de Gatewyke. [6] rcp
  • H1343 B: Attaint. Warwickshire. Novel disseisin. John de Merynton v. John son of Nicholas Trymenel knight & Elizabeth his wife, Nicholas son of that John, and John, Thomas, Henry, and Edmund brother of Nicholas, William de Laporte, Andrew de Herburbury parson of half the church of Morton Daubeney and Roger Talfen. [7] rcp

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  • H1344 A: Attaint. Marshalsea court. Kent. Nicholas Ensynge de Ikham v. Robert Langesase. Trespass at Wingham. [8] rcp
  • H1344 B: Attaint. Oyer and terminer. Trespass. Richar de Kymberle v. John de Covert chivaler and Margaret his wife and Baldwin son of the same Margaret, William Forweld, John vicar of Sullyngton, and Hugh Jonesman Covert. [9] rcp
  • H1344 C: Attaint. King's bench. Trespass. John son of Roger del Haye de Iverthorpe, John de Santon, Peter son of Ralph, and Thomas de Wharrum v. Richard Warde de Goldesburgh, Richard Beeke, Thomas Pye, John de Wharrum, Richard de Hundeslay de Hothum, William son of John de Hothum, John son of John de Santon, Thomas de Thorneton, William son of Agnes, John son of Henry, and Nicholas his son, Nicholas Nouthird, Simon de Brantyngham, William Belle, Alan Kanon, William Nutbroun, Richard Campion, Thomas Barune, John Kanon, and Adam son of Peter son of Ralph. [10] rcp
  • T1344 A: Attaint, Oyer and Terminer (17 Edward III). Cornwall. Trespass. John de Lym, Roger Plof, and Henry Bote v. William Seyngeneys and Nicholas de Wamforth jr et al. [11] rcp
  • M1344 A: Attaint. Justices itinerant (16 Edward III). Yorkshire. Novel disseisin. Thomas Ughtred chivaler v. Roger de Burton. [12] rcp

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  • E1345 A: Attaint. Novel disseisin. John son of Robert Houtot v. Stephen son of Cecilia Spakkyng. [13] rcp
  • M1345 A: Attaint. Novel disseisin. Dorset. John Brice and Joan his wife v. John le Buteler de Lanultyt and Thomas his son, and Roger le Reve. [14] rcp

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  • H1346 A: Attaint. Marshall's court. Kent. Thomas Cokkom v. Henry de Uffington. [15] rcp
  • M1346 A: Attaint. King's Bench (18 Edward III). Suffolk. Novel disseisin. Thomas de Folsham and Joan his wife v. John son of Robert Pollard de Wetherden, Robert son of Bartholomew Hovel de Wynerston and Alianora his wife, Peter Manneisyn de Thrandeston, and John de Horyngeshierth de Baketon. [16] rcp

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  • E1347 A: Attaint. Suffolk. Novel disseisin. Thomas de Folsham and Joan his wife v. John son of Robert Pollard de Wetherden and John de Hornyngeshierth de Baketon. [17] rcp
  • T1347 A: Attaint. Suffolk. Trespass. Alice le Trottere v. Thomas Borel de Codenham, John Flour de Codenham, and John Bernard de Codenham. [18] rcp
  • M1347 A: Attaint. Oxfordshire. Trespass taking of goods. Abbot of Einsham v. Richard de Erium and Nicholas Povre (together with William de Staunford, John Cha of Oxford, Henry de Idebury, Robert de Worcester, John vicar of Lambourne, Robert de Freston de Carsynton, Geoffrey Childe vicar of Carsington, Robert Morel, Richard Lotewych, John de Swyneford, John Irlond, and William le Lardyner. [19] rcp
  • M1347 B: Attaint. Middlesex. Trespass. Master William de Massingham cleric v. John, Prior de Novo Loco by Guildford, Brother Hugh de Honele, and Brother John de Rouchestre co-monks of the prior. [20] rcp

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  • E1352: Shropshire. Attaint on assize of novel disseisin from 24 Edward III: Phillip de Whytemere v. Thomas de Gatachre and Alice his wife and Phillip son of Thomas and Joan sister of Phillip daughter of Thomas. [21] rcp
  • T1352: Bedfordshire. Attaint on trespass without writ from 26 Edward III: Thomas de Wattone v. John Costyn de Loundres. [22] rcp
  • M1352: Middlesex. Attaint on novel disseisin Roger son of Richard Gerard v. Hugh de Causton & Alice his daughter, Agnes daughter of the same Hugh, Joan late wife of Roger Gerard sr and Isabella Gerard. [23] rcp

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  • E1353 A: Warwickshire. Attaint on novel disseisin action Henry Page de Wellesburgh v. Matilda daughter of Geoffrey de Morton and John Charnels. [24] rcp
  • E1353 B: Berkshire. Attaint on novel disseisin action Richard de Purseye v. John atte Welde de Charneye. [25] rcp
  • T1353 A: Essex. Attaint on novel disseisin action Thomas Hardel & Alianora his wife v. William de Hanyngfeld. [26] rcp
  • T1353 B: Essex. Attaint on Marshalsea trespass case without writ Anselina Heyward v. John Smith de Navestock. [27] rcp
  • T1353 C: Surrey. Attaint on novel disseisin action Adam Maunsel de Croydon v. John de Chirebury, John Olyver sr, and John son of Robert Olyver. [28] rcp
  • M1353 A: Norfolk. Attaint on bill of trespass Robert Roughemed de Kerbrok chaplain v. Wiliam de Wyngefeld. [29] rcp
  • M1353 B: Norfolk. Attaint on bill of trespass John Danyel de Walsokne v. John de Brunnesle, John Clerke de Wysebech, Thomas Kaunville, Thomas Bacon, John de Derby, and John Charnel, and Thomas Parker de Shepedham. [30] rcp

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  • H1354 A: Norfolk. Attaint on bill of trespass in King's Bench at Norwich in Roger de Wortham warden of the Hospital of St John of Bishops Lynn v. Henry de Playford de Blofeld, John de Rythwys of Bishops Lynn, Thomas his son, Ralph Smyth chaplain. [31] rcp
  • H1354 B: Norfolk. Attaint on bill of trespass in King's Bench at Norwich in Robert le Coteler v. Robert Cursoun and William his son. [32]SJ
  • E1354 A: Norfolk. Attaint on novel disseisin Robert Crisping de Hapisburgh v. William Milieris de Hapisburgh, William de Felmyngham, John de Lynstede, William Gilbert de Hempstede, Thomas Nablynge de Hapisburgh, Simon vicar of Hapisburgh, Thomas Clerc de Hapisburgh, and Peter Aunsel de Hapisburgh. [33] rcp
  • E1354 B: Norfolk. Attaint on trespass with writ in king's bench Walter Neel v. John de Eton prior of Shuldham. [34] rcp
  • M1354 A: Norfolk. Attaint on novel disseisin William de Worthstede v Roger Geney knight, William parson of Sloleye, Roger vicar of Scothowe, and Roger de Worthstede and Thomas and Robert his brothers. [35] rcp
  • M1354 B: Hampshire. Attaint on trespass Roger Hersen of Winchester v. Walter Chaumberleyn. [36] rcp
  • H1355 A: Surrey. Attaint. Marshalsea court. Trespass: taking of goods and chattels. Roger Boner de Batricheseye v. Robert Roundell de Suthwerk. [37] rcp


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  • M1355 A: Northamptonshire. Attaint. Novel disseisin. Henry Barry de Herdwyk v. William Heriot parson of Wilby. [38] rcp
  • M1355 B: Northamptonshire. Attaint. Novel disseisin. Peter Power de Draghton v. Margery late the wife of Richard Aleyn de Sutton. Tenement in Draghton. [39] rcp
  • M1355 C: Suffolk. Attaint. Novel disseisin. Ralph son of John de Hetham v. Robert de Hetham, William Fraunceys de Bildeston, Roger parson of Ketelberston, Alexander son of Alexander de Hetham, Thomas le Wryghte draper, John Brodeye de Hetham. [40] rcp
  • M1355 D: Marshalsea court. Berkshire. Trespass. William de Enebourne v. Willia parson of Pesemere. [41] rcp


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  • H1356 A: Middlesex. Attaint. King's bench. Rescue (in 1355) without writ. John de Norwich v. William de Bereford and John his son. [42] rcp
  • H1356 B: Somerset. Attaint. Justices itinerant (29 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Humfrey Troumwyn v. James de Audele de Rubio Castro knight and Robert Suthwyk. [43] rcp
  • E1356 A: Shropshire. Attaint. Common pleas (4 Edward II). Mort d'ancestor. Peter Pygot v. Robert Pygot. [44] rcp
  • T1356 A: Middlesex. Attaint. King's bench (30 Edward III). Novel disseisin. John Mirable de Ware and Leticia his wife v. John de Northbrok and Margeret his wife. [45] rcp
  • M1356 A: Kent. Attaint. Marshalsea (M 29 Edward III). Trespass. Richard Benet chaplain v. John Underdon de Godwynston. [46] rcp

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  • M1357 A: Devon. Attaint. King's bench (M 29 Edward III). Prior of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England v. William de Wyngrave parson of Witherigge. [47] rcp
  • M1357 B: Northamptonshire. Attaint. King's bench. Statute of Laborers. Richard de kyselingbury (qui tam) v. Margaret late the wife of Philip de Pifford of Nothampton. [48] rcp
  • M1357 C: Hampshire. Attaint. Justices itinerant (24 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Robert de Seynt Manyse & Joan his wife and Joan daughter of Agatha atte Penne v. Thomas de Seynt Leger & Elizabeth his wife, Roger Maydenhach, Nicholas de Baa, and William atte Velde. [49] rcp


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  • H1358 A: Somerset. Attaint. Common pleas (M 26 Edward III). Annual rent. Walter de Spelington v. Robert Loke. [50] rcp
  • T1358 A: Surrey. Attaint. Justices itinerant (26 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Adam Maunsel de Croydon v. John de Chirebury, John Olyver sr, John son of Robert Olyver, Richard de Kyngesdonne, Matilda Selveynes de Eshere, John de Pyrke, William atte Hoke, John Bishop, and John le Sadelere. [51] rcp
  • T1358 B: Surrey. Attaint. Marshalsea (32 Edward III). Trespass. John Oliver de Croydon sr v. Adam Maunsel. [52] rcp

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  • H1359 A: Kent. Attaint. King's Bench (31 Edward III). Trespass. Juliana late the wife of William de Clynton late earl of Huntingdon v. John de Chaumpaigne. [53] rcp
  • E1359 A: Somerset. Attaint. King's Bench (32 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Somerset. John le Baillyf and John le Freynshe v. Nicholas Panes. [54] rcp
  • E1359 B: Surrey. Attaint. Oyer and terminer (31 Edward III). Violation of royal prohibition. Reginald de Cobham v. John de Wolbergh. [55] rcp
  • E1359 C: Shropshire. Attaint. Justices itinerant. Mort d'ancestor. Peter Pygot v. Robert Pygot. [56] rcp
  • T1359 A: Worcestershire. Attaint. Oyer and terminer. Trespass assault. John Spelly v. Simon Poche de Worcester, John Shelve, Walter Cashe sr, Walter Cashe jr, and John de Poywyke waterman. [57] rcp
  • T1359 B: Berkshire. Attaint. Liberty of Reading of the Abbot of Reading by claim of court from king's court, 31 Edward III. Land. Nicholas le Eyr de Shefeld v. Robert de la Ryvere. [58] rcp
  • T1359 C: Leicestershire. Attaint. Justices itinerant (32 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Matilda daughter of Richard de Houby of Leicester v. John de Lyndesey of Leicester & Katherine his wife [plaintiffs in attaint) and William Goldsmith of Leicester & Alice his wife. [59] rcp
  • M1359 D: Warwickshire. Attaint. King's bench (30 Edward III). Trespass assault. John Elus de Toneworth v. William Gouwer de Toneworth, Richard son of the same William, and Thomas le Threshere, together with William Belle. [60] rcp
  • M1359 E: Northamptonshire. Attaint. Justices itinerant (33 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Richard Kynesman v. Sarra Wardedieu, John Wardedieu sr, and John his son (attaint plaintiffs). [61] rcp

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  • H1360 A: Cornwall. Attaint. Oyer and terminer (33 Edward III). Trespass taking of goods and chattels. Richard de Lambourne v. Thomas Sowy and Matilda Lercedekne. [62] rcp

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  • H1361 A: Berkshire. Attaint. Justices itinerant (32 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Richard le Archer v. Robert Loke & Petronilla his wife, John le Archer, William parson of Chelreye, William atte Hulle, Gilbert Shotesbroke knight, and Gilbert his son, Richard Feteplace & Cecilia his wife, and John Tryge. [63] rcp
  • E1361 A: Nottinghamshire. Attaint. Justices itinerant (34 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Prior of Sempringham v. John de Byleye de Brampcote. [64] rcp
  • M1361 A: Sussex. Attaint. Justices itinerant (34 Edward III). Novel disseisin. William Kynge de Erthynglegh v. John Vyncent parson of Dycheningand Walter atte Berne. [65] rcp


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  • H1362 A: Leicestershire. Attaint. King's bench (29 Edward III). Trespass taking of goods and chattels. John Poyntel and John Poyntel of Lutterworth v. Henry de Foxton. [66] rcp
  • H1362 B: Warwickshire. Attaint. Itinerant justices (34 Edward III). Novel disseisin. William son of Jordan de Wedenhay de Berkeswell v. Robert Hert de Berkeswell & Elizabeth. [67] rcp


  • M1362 A: Yorkshire. Attaint. Itinerant justices (36 Edward III). Novel disseisin. John de Wombewell v. John Boseville de Mirfeld. [68]


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  • E1363 A: Yorkshire. Attaint. King's bench (36 Edward III. Trespass. Walter de Heselarton knight v. John Girdeler de Ellerton & Joan his wife. [69] rcp
  • E1363 b: Cambridgeshire. Attaint. Justices itinerant (36 Edward III). Novel disseisin. Margaret late wife of Thomas de Cambridge v. Thomas de Hemyngton and John Baudewyne de Fulburn. [70] rcp

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  • H1530 A: Attaint. Oxfordshire. Forgery. Nicholas Wentworth armiger v. Thomas Poygnour. [71] rcp
  • E1530 A: Attaint. Essex. Trespass (king's bench). Edmund Horseley v. John Kekewyth of Margeting. [72] rcp
  • E1530 B: Attaint. Herefordshire. Trespass without writ (21 Henry VIII; king's bench). Roger Belamy, William Belamy, John Saunseham, Richard Whyte, and Robert Petyte v. William Sharpe and Henry Sharpe. [73] rcp
  • T1530 A: Attaint. Wye court of Battle Abbey. Kent. Replevin (17 Henry VIII). Robert Serle clericand Joan Allard widow v. Simon Rolf. [74] rcp

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