RecVic:1300-1350

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Instructions for Data Entry:
Entry of data requires a password. To receive a password, follow the instructions on the WAALT Main Page, the link for which appears here in the left margin.

Each county segment begins with a template: use the template by copying it and pasting it in the appropriate place, but leave the template clean for others to use. The template begins with the line with three apostrophes and the word "Parish" and ends with the bar and curly bracket. For parishes not yet listed, copy the whole template and paste it in the appropriate alphabetical order. The template contains two sets of bars that on the edit page appear as columns that will appear on the display page as a row. The first set of bars remains blank. The second set has the type of information to be entered: to enter the rector name, for instance, replace "rector/vicar" with the person's name. There are two places for comments that allow the entry of additional information that would be helpful. The final entry point is for the link: copy the address bar of the AALT image and paste it in between the brackets: the brackets must remain because that is the coding for a link. The last line in the set is a bar and a dash: that is the coding for the end of the segment and is not for data entry. After a space there is a bar and a curly bracket followed by two two codes for breaks: that is the coding for the end of the information for a particular parish and the coding provides the border around the parish information.

If the parish is already listed, then you only need to copy the set of bars with the categories listed (like "rector/vicar") and paste it in the appropriate chronological space in the appropriate parish segment and enter your information over the words in the pasted template. Do not copy the bar and curly bracket, since that code is already listed. Leave a couple spaces between entries, and enter the new data entry codes before the bar and curly bracket that ends the parish segment.

If the rector/vicar you have found is already listed, please enter the information still, since entries will not specify how long the person held the office: only additional entries will provide that information.



Contents

BEDFORDSHIRE



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BERKSHIRE

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BRISTOL

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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

Amersham

1332 Thomas de Coverle, rector, defendant Stephen de Abynden of London, plaintiff bill in the name of Stephen and sealed with Walter de Bedewynd's seal (former coferarius of Edward II) for 1141 pounds which the former king owed Stephen and which Stephen handed over to John son of John of Weston, who then let Thomas de Coverle inspect the bill in the process of which Thomas distroyed it (dilaceravit), thereby making it invalid [1] SB




Drayton Beauchamp

1332 John Mayn, rector v.John Missumer de Agmondesham, debt of £4, mesne process [2] SB




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CAMBRIDGESHIRE

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CHESHIRE

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CORNWALL

St Columb Major

1332 Ralph Darundel, rector v. Martin de Langeston, accounting for the time he was his bailiff in Langeston, mesne process [3] SB





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CUMBERLAND

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DERBYSHIRE

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DEVON

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DORSET

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DURHAM

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ESSEX

Greensted

1332 John de Wynton, rector (former rector of Greensted (Grenstede)) Bishop of Lincoln asked to have raised from John's ecclesiastical goods to levy 6 pounds, 8s 6d to pay over to Richard de Welleford and Geoffrey de Weston of London, draper, money they recovered against him in a lawsuit and to levy 10 marks adjudged for damages in the same suit [4] SB




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GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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HAMPSHIRE

East Woodhay

1332 Henry de Liskerit, late rector Thomas de Menestok, rector of Newenham and Lawrence de Pernestede, executors of his testament v. Walter Dyne of Bodmynya, debt of 40 pounds, mense process [5] SB
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HEREFORDSHIRE

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HERTFORDSHIRE

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HUNTINGDONSHIRE

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ISLE OF WIGHT

Shalfleet

1332 Richard de Bourne, rector v. Laurence le Keu de Pernestede, accounting for the time he was his bailiff in Bourne and Woodmancote, mesne process [6] SB
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KENT

Newnham

1332 Thomas de Menestok, rector Thomas de Menestok and Laurence de Pernestede, executors of the testament of Henry de Liskerit, former rector of East Woodhay (Estwidehay) v. Walter Dyn de Bodmynya, debt of 40 pounds (mesne process) [7] SB[8] SB
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LANCASHIRE

Hale

1332 Elias de Whitele, late rector (deceased plaintiff: executors were Richard de Hakeneye of London, Roger de Feston, Hugh de Whetele rector of Staynton and Robert de Cotum parson of Sudbrok John de Wenlyngburgh ; as coexecutors, , mesne process debt of 55 pounds 6s 8d [9] SB




Wigan

1332 Robert de Clyderhon/Cliderhon, rector v. William de Bullyng, debt of 27 pounds, 9s 4d, mesne process; also v. Simon Payn of Wygan, debt of 13 pounds 6s 8d and Henry Russel de Wygan for debt 42 pounds 6s 8d and Robert del Heghfeld for 26 pounds, mesne process [10]SB



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LEICESTERSHIRE

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LINCOLNSHIRE

Market Stainton

1332 Hugh de Whetele, rector John de Wenlyngburgh v. Richard de Hakeneye of London and Roger de Feston, executors of the testament of Elias de Whitele, former rector of Hale; Hugh de Whetele rector of Staynton and Robert de Cotum rector of Sudbrok as coexecutors, debt of 55 pounds 6s 8d, mesne process [11] SB




Sudbrooke

1332 Robert de Cotum, rector John de Wenlyngburgh v. Richard de Hakeneye of London and Roger de Feston, executors of the testament of Elias de Whitele, former rector of Hale; Hugh de Whetele rector of Staynton and Robert de Cotum rector of Sudbrok as coexecutors, debt of 55 pounds 6s 8d, mesne process [12] SB



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LONDON

St Alban, Wood Street

1332 Geoffrey de Hedesore, rector John de Oxon of London, vintner v. Geoffrey de Hedesore, parson of St Albans of Wodestrate London, debt of 60s, mesne process [13] SB




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MIDDLESEX

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MONMOUTHSHIRE

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NORFOLK

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NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Cranford St Andrew

1332 Robert Curzoun, rector v. Henry de Watervile chaplain, accounting for period Michaelmas 1E3-Michaelmas 4E3 and during which period he received 60 pounds for the use of Robert, claims to have provided an account on Wednesday after the feast of the apostles Philip and James and to have been acquitted by Robert and denies having been the receiver of money afterwards, Robert acknowledged the quitclaim but cannot deny that Henry accounted of the period he mentioned, but insists that he was the receiver of money after this date as well. Issue joint and jury summoned for Hilary term [14]SB



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NORTHUMBERLAND

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NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

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OXFORDSHIRE

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RUTLAND

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SHROPSHIRE

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Somerset


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STAFFORDSHSHIRE

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SUFFOLK

Withersdale

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1332 John de Wynton, rector (former rector of Greensted (Grenstede)) Bishop of Lincoln asked to have raised from John's ecclesiastical goods to levy 6 pounds, 8s 6d to pay over to Richard de Welleford and Geoffrey de Weston of London, draper, money they recovered against him in a lawsuit and to levy 10 marks adjudged for damages in the same suit [15] SB
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SURREY

Bletchingley

1329 Richard de la Lee, rector recognition in Exchequer on 8 Nov. 18E2 of 10 pounds owed to Agnes, daughter of John de Grenville; Scire facias to levy money from lands and chattles in London because money not yet paid [16] SB
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SUSSEX

Frant

1332 John Grubbe, vicar v. John Bussh and Joan, his wife, taking of goods and chattles worth 100s in Retherfeld, mesne process [17] SB




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WARWICKSHIRE

Church Lawford

1332 Roger de Boyvill, rector (de Chirchelalleford) v. William Broun of Warwick and John le Warner of Tachebrok, each owe 11 pounds, mesne process [18] SB



Wappenbury

1332 Thomas Bretun, rector v. Hugh de Medburn chaplain, Robert de Wotton chaplain and John Othe Muyre de Presthorp, accounting for the period in which they received his money, mesne process [19] SB




WESTMORLAND

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WILTSHIRE

Fenny Sutton

1332 John de Quybury, rector summoned to respond Roger Michel de Cherleton, debt of 12 pounds (Friday after St John the Baptiste 3E2) to be paid in two installments, denies that the deed is his deed,jury finds otherwise, awards 10 pounds in damages [20] SB



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WORCESTERSHIRE

Clent

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1332 John de Honeworth, rector v. Henry son of Margery Badynol of Duddelely,accounting for the time he was his bailif in Clent, mesne process [21]
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YORKSHIRE

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