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  • M1344 A: Suffolk. Presented that Alexander de Walsham, John de Lenne, and Robert Spendlove and others (to the number of 300) in 1343 at Little Yarmouth and Gorleston killed John le Clerk and assaulted many others. Soon thereafter Walsham and others, divided into three parts with three banners unfurled in warlike mode attacked Little Yarmouth and Gorleston, broke the doors and windows and took goods worth 1000 p.s.. They took sixteen people who had fled to the church hostage and took them to Great Yarmouth and detained them. They killed John servant of Richard de Speeshale and drowned two others. They took five great ships that were ready and loaded with necessaries for going to war wherever the king wanted. They took with them 30 small boats, took the tuns and killed the animals. Everyone in the towns fled for fear. [1]; pardon of John Redhode [2] rcp
  • H1346 A: Norfolk. Presented that John de Raveningham, John Tolle, and John de Knockebrigg were the servants and deputies of the bailiffs of Great Yarmouth and were sent to make a royal proclamation in 1345. John brother of Simon de Belton and Thomas son of Richard le Dole de Gorleston and about 300 others from Little Yarmouth with banners unfurled assaulted them and took Raveningham's horse worth 100s. They also boarded the ship called The Bartholomew and took grain worth 47 p.s. and assaulted the crew etc. [3] rcp
  • E1347 A: Lancashire. Presented that Hugh son of Adam Culchith, Richard son of Thomas Perpount, John son of John de Balshagh, John son of Robert de Faryngton together with many others a Liverpool with banners unfurled and in warlike mode feloniously and seditiously in the presence of the justices of oyer and terminer in 1345 killed Adam de Lever, Geoffrey son of Henry de Trafford chivaler, Robert son of John de Ashton, Richard de Trafford son of John de Trafford sr, John and Robert his bothers, Gilbert son of Gilbert de Haydok, Adam de Bradeshagh de Pynyngton, and Henry his brother, William son of William de Urmeston, Richard brother of Henry de Trafford, Robert de Shoresworth, Geoffrey son of Thomas de Barlowe, and William his brother, William le Thrower, Henry son of HEnry de Boterynd, Henry son of Roger de Westleye, Adam Spynk, John de Hulm, Adam Dynemogh, Roger de Atherton, John son of John de Redyforde, Richard del Milnegate, Robert le Wydoson, Henry Jameson de Wilham, and Roger de Ashley. [4] rcp For the same deaths and events, presentment from M1346 of William son of Robert de Yelstones, Adam son of William de Yelstones, Robert son of Adam de Prestwiche, Robert son of Adam de Whulisdale, Alan son of Adam le Grayne, Adam son of Adam de Belefeld, Henry son of Henry de Workeshegh, Geoffrey de Bubbelegh, Richard son of John de Bashegh, Lawrence son of Richard de Knell, John son of Robert de Horneclif, Robert son of Jordan de Tetlowe and many others. [5]. Presentment of Robert son of Geoffrey de Urmeston. [6]. Presentment of Robert son of Robert de Horneclif, Roger de Harewode, Robert de Catlowe, Adam le Procatoursone, William de Shipwalbothum son of Henry del Stoke, John son of Nicholas de Langeto, John son of Simon de Blakay, and Robert son of Robert de Radeclif. [7]. Presentment of John son of Henry Banastre de Walton, Henry son of Jordan del Bothe, Richard son of Adam de Gradale, Nicholas de Neuhouses de Cradale, Thurstan son of Richard de Tildeslegh, John de Notehogh, Jordan de Stretford, and Geoffrey son of Roger de Chaderton. [8]. Presentment of Robert son of John de Legh of Cheshire. [9]. Presentment of Richard de Cudworth. [10] rcp
  • T1347 A: Hertfordshire. John Gerberge knight was indicted for coming in 1347 armed in plate and other armor on horse and clad in warlike mode with sword in his hand and feloniously attacking William de Botelisford of Lincoln merchant and in warlike mode taking and arresting him and holding him until he paid 90 p.s. plus 23 marks in gold florins and other goods. He thus usurped royal power while the king was out of the realm. [11] rcp Prosecution of Peter de Thorpe son of John de Thorpe de Pakenham, who accompanied Gerberge. [12] rcp. Prosecution ofJohn de Lecch and John Riklyng bailiffs of Isabella de Ferariis de Newport, who were along with John Gerberge knight, John de Ravenyngham, John Coo de Great Yarmouth jr, and Alexander Aleyn of Great Yarmouth. [13] rcp
  • M1347 A: Lincolnshire. Rex v. Thomas Homery, William Prentiz ferour and others. Homery and Prentiz and others at Boston confederated together for fifteen days and assumed royal power. They elected Thomas de Okam, tailor, as their captain and mayor. They boarded the ships of John Child of Salthouse and John Dortour of Wrangle and feloniously took grain worth 36p.s. belonging to Walter de Mordon, John Lovekyn, Adam de la Pole, and Richard Sprot, all of London. They ordained a common bell to be run and recruited and coerced various others to join them. Homery and Prentiz here are pardoned. Followed by the same for John Reynald.[14], [15], [16] Likewise for Thomas Page saddler. [17]. [18]. [19], [20], [21].

Related?? [22], [23], [24], [25], [26].


  • M1347 B: Wiltshire. Rex v. John son of Robert de Dalton chivaler, William son of John Trussel de Cublesdon chivaler, Thomas Darderne chivaler, Matthew Haydok chivaler, Edmund de Mancestre chivaler, Thomas de Charnels chivaler, Thomas de Dutton, Robert de Dalton le cosyn, William Whytacre of Warwickshire, Henry Mawaryn, John Broun, Gilbert de Haydok, Robert de Dalton the father, John de Dalton, Sarra Baillof the mother, Robert de Dalton le cosyn, Adam Longbeke tailor of London, William Haydok, William de Whitton, and John de Notebem [from first presentment [27]) and v. Robert de Juyton de Bullyng, William Gerard sr, Geoffrey de Dutton, Henry le Foghelere de Lunt', William de Walkeden, William de Longtre, Geoffrey de Wryghtynton, Hugh de Venables son of John de Venables chaplain, Richard son of Adam de Ryxton, Matthew son of the same Alan, Ambrose de Wryghtyngton, Adam de Holecroft, Thomas de Holecroft, William de Hallum, Hugh Donne, John son of John de Pemberton, Phillip de Wateley, Roger de Goldebourne, Hugh de Tyldesley, Henry de Tyldesleye, Hugh de Clyderowe, William de Holme, Richard de Langeford, William son of Adam de Pemberton, Robert son of Robert de Hyndesle, Robert son of Geoffrey de Urmeston, Roger son of John le Spenser de Halewode, William de Wryghtyngton, Adam brother of Ambrose de Wryghtyngton, Hugh son of Robert de Fasacrelaye, John son of John de Perbourne, John son of Robert Perpound, John son of Simon de Wanre, Simon brother of the same John, Walter le Nappare, Thomas de Horndon, Thomas Poynaunt, Robert Golofre, Thomas Heynes, Robert Alegod, John Kyrseye, John de Norton sr, John le Cotiller, John de Norton jr, Thomas Clerk de Bodicote, John son of John Lyndraper, John brother of the same John, Robert Bereford de Bodicote, Richard Feyrchild, Thomas le Coke, John Stany de Hanewell, William Lyndraper, Ranulph parson of Bastilden, John de Hyndedale sr of Sussex, John de Hyndedale cosyn, John atte Nashe, Richard Pleys, John son of Adam de Holecroft, Thomas brother of the same John, and Roger Goldeborgh (from the second presentment). The defendants with armed force arrayed for war feloniously and traitorously assaulted the manor of Beaumes. killed Michael de Ponynges the uncle aned Thomas le Clerk de Shypton and "raped" (abducted) Margery who was the wife of Nicholas de la Beche, and broke into a room whereby Robert le Hunte chaplain, who was within the room and then sick, died. [28], [29]; [30], [31]; involvement of John de Barnebyt prior of Holland, Thomas de Litherlond prior of Burscough, and Adam de Holcroft. [32]; [33]; same case against Robert de Hueton de Bullyng, Hugh de Cliderhowe, Thomas le Vernoun chivaler, Henry de Tildeslygh, Thomas de Lytherlond prior of Burscough, Thomas Ponyaunt, Geoffrey de Brightyngton, John de Hyndedale sr of Sussex, Richard son of Adam de Rixton, William Gerard sr, Hugh son of Adam de Tildeslygh, John de Notebem, Adam Longboke taillor of London, John de Hyndedale le cosyn, and John de Barneby prior of Holland. [34],[35], [36], [37], [38], [39], [40], [41], [42], [43], [44], [45]. [46], [47], [48], [49], [50], [51] In M1347, order to the coroners of Lancashire to arrest John de Asheton, Robert de TGrafford, William de Anderton, Robert de Bradshagh, Gilbert de Suthworth, Gilbert de Yns, Thomas del Both, William de Urmeston de Westeley, William son of Henry de Aderton, and Roger de Bradeshagh for not executing orders to arrest those presented. [52], [53]; likewise to the coroners of Lancashire concerning Adam Banastre del Bouke le pier, Adam Banasre del Bouke le fitz, William de Faryngton, John de Haveryngton le pier, John de Haveryngton le fitz, William de Clifton, Thomas Talbot, John de Alnetame, John de Clegh, Gilbert de Legh, John de Barton, and John Cokayn sheriff of Lancashire. [54]; likewise for the arrest of William Botiller, Peter de Thornton, Richard de Kyghlay, John de Shirbourn, William de Spayth, Robert de Holand, Richard de Holand, William de Lee, John de Haryngton, John de Radcliff, William Lauerence, Richard de Radecliff Werberton, Hugh de Cliderhowe, Robert de Singleton, William de Singleton, Henry de Bikerstaff, and John Cokayn sheriff of Lancashire. [55] rcp
  • M1348 B: Yorkshire. Rex v. William de Sutton of Bootham, William Barker de Hoby, William de Somerton de Hoby, Thomas Body de Neuton, William Smale de Shupton, Adam Pacok de Neuton, Geoffrey Redenesman de Hoby, Thomas Smyth de Sutton, and Peter Fleshewer de Stelyngton for felony and sedition. Found guilty by jury. Adam de Walton, king's serjeant at arms, had beensent on royal business in 22 Edward III. They assaulted him at night and burned down the home of Margaret who was the wife of Hugh Gryvell de Easingwold in which he was staying; an eight year old boy named Richard son of Thomas Russell died in the fire. They took Adam into Galtre Forest and killed him. [56], [57], [58]
  • E1349 A: Lincolnshire. Richard de Langwath was indicted together with others unknown. In November 1348 and in 1349 at night at the grange of Gippole and Honington in warlike mode riding with arms uncovered and assuming to himself royal power and having a counterfeit royal commission broke into the grange and took good worth 10 p.s. and is a common thief, and similarly since 1344. [59]



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  • H1350 A: Sussex. John Waleys chivaler v. William de Warenne together with John Seintpier. Trespass and imprisonment for 8 weeks and three days, either in 1336 or 1338. Warenne pleaded that the king in 1338 commissioned John de Warenne earl of Surrey, Richard earl of Arundell, William de Clynton earl of Huntingdon, John de Moubray and John de Hampton to enforce the statute of Northampton in the counties of Hamphire, Berkshire, Wiltshire, Surrey, Sussex, and Kent. They received reports that Waleys had an armed gang of wrongdoers who imprisoned people until they made fines or redemptions; one of the victims was one Richard Page. Warenne ordered the relevant sheriffs to arrest Waleys, but they would not. So the commissioners commissioned Warenne to arrest Waleys by a commission dated 10 August 1338. He thus arrested him and took him to Lewes Castle. [60]
  • H1350 B: Lincolnshire. It was presented in E1349 that whereas John Crispyn de Eltham and William Wright de Eltham were captured for divers felonies and robberies and put in the jail of Lincoln castle, in 1348 they burgled the jail and fled to the church of St Paul in the bailley of the castle and then to the brothers of the order of St Augustine, Lincoln, and then at night they fled from there also. Richard de Maundeville parson of Roxby received them into his home at Roxby knowing them to be felons. And John Crispyn and Thomas Crispyn and other divers wrongdoers came with force and arms against the king's peace with armed force in mode of war at Burton Stather to the home of Nicholas Hustwayt and assaulted him and with arrows and fire were set to burn him in his home until Nicholas for fear of death rendered himself to them and made fine with them in 1345. Knowing all this, Richard de Maundevill rector of Roxby received them anyway. Earlier it had also been presented that Maundevill, rector, had raped Cecilia daughter of Geoffrey Horne de Roxby at the woods in Berghton. [61]
  • E1352 A: Bedfordshire. Presented that (a) in 1341 John Trayly and his men after sunset and by premeditated anger attacked merchants and mercers of Biccleswade on their way the fair of Elstow; (b) from there they went to the fair of Elstow with many others and with premeditated malice at the fair of Elstow attacked Hugh Bodenho and many others; (c) in 1344 John Trayly and others went to the manor of the Lady Fitz Richard at Sweflesho and with armed men to a great number and took her to the manor of John de Gyse against her will, and (d) and several other offences. [62] rcp

Similarly with Reginald le Grey chivaler [63]rcp

  • T1352 B: Essex. Presented that Thomas de Herlawe prosecuted an assize of novel disseisin against Nicholas de Knynewarton concerning an annual rent of 20 p.s. Plea pending, one John fitz Walter knight on August 2,1345 undertook to maintain Nicholas in return for a grant of the land subject to the distraint for the annual rent. Since Thomas would not withdraw his suit, John and others by false covin sent Simon Spryng and many others to the number of 100 armed in warlike mode and took many animals there. [64] rcp
  • T1352 C: Warwickshire. Presented that Thomas, the brother of the parson of Raundes, in 1351 went to the Tempsford to the home of Geoffrey de Drayton with 300 armed men and seized Geoffrey; they then went through the town breaking the doors and window of the church and entered the rectory, drank the beer and emptied the rest and, in warlike mode, took many others in the town from place to place in Bedfordshire and detained them for 15 days. [65] rcp
  • M1352 A: Essex. Presented that John Olyve Bollokhirde with others on 10 September 1347 in warlike mode went to the house of John Mounteney in Stamford Rivers to kill Mounteney if he could be found; he took John Byzoundene servant and beat him to death, burned the cut grain, and feloniously took wheat. He was arrested but escaped and thereafter killed others. [66], [67] rcp
  • M1352 B: Bedfordshire. Presented that William de Harpetre with others (Roger de Leycester: [68]) came to the home of Geoffrey de Drayton at Temseford armed in warlike mode and took and detained him in prison for 15 days in 131. And he entered the rectory there and stole from the rector goods worth 40s. [69] rcp
  • E1353 A: Norfolk. John Daniel de Walsokene v. John de Brunisleee, Edmund brother of John de Brunislee, Thomas Parker de Shepedham, John Clerk de Wysebech, Thomas Kaunville, Thomas Bcoun, John de Derby, and John Charnell. Besieging his house in Walsokene in warlike manner, threatening to kill him, and taking his goods. Degendants pleaded official action. Convicted by jury with damages of 200 p.s. [70] rcp
  • E1354 A: Esssex. Presented that Richard de Hynton, William de Hynton, and Thomas de Hynton in November 1351 at night went to Raylegh in the presence of the king and armed in warlike manner at the house of Isabella late with of John de Bedeford raped and abducted Isabella. Richard and William are acquitted. Process continues against Thomas. [71] rcp
  • M1354 A: Yorkshire. Henry de Walton archdeacon of Richmond qui tam v. John, abbot of Jervaux; John, abbot of Egleston; Thomas, abbot of St Agatha; John, parson of Allerton Mauleverer; John, prior of Malton; John, prior of Newburgh; Peter, prior of Bridlington; John de Shefield, vicar of Grenton; Lawrence de Thornhull, parson of Bedale; Adam de Potton, parson of Kirkby Ravensworth; Adam of York, parson of Hawkeswell; William de Smythwayt, parson of Andreby; Jollanus de Nevill, vicar of Knaresborough; William de Langeton, cleric; Geoffrey de Langeton, cleric; Robert de Aykescarth, cleric; John de Bermyngham, cleric; John de Birteley, cleric; John de Hasellerton, parson of Patrilbrompton; Thomas de Tanfield, parson of Tanfield; Robert de Musters, parson of Kirtelyngton; William, vicar of Hunsyngore; John de Braydeston, parson of Goldesborough; Thomas Deyvill, parson of Ripley; William de Loscowe, parson of Farneham; John de Weyland, vicar of Kirkby-on-the-Moor; John de Bampton, parson of Staneley; Richard Rotier, vicar of Brynyngston; William de Brauncepath, parson of Welle; John de Masham, vicar of Welle; Thomas de Hasheholt, parson of Watlons; John Breton, parson of Wath; John de Danby, parson of Katryk; Richard de Midelham, parson of Fynghale; John de Burwelle, parson of Middleham; John Deyvill, parson of Spenythorn; John de Hothwayt, parson of Danby; Peter de Besyngby, parson of Langeton; John Gillyng, parson of Smytheton; John de Singleton, parson of Melsamby; Roger de Sutton, vicar of Middleton; Micholas Darelle, vicar of Gillyng; Hugh, parson of Richmond; John, parson of Wyclyff; Thomas de Laton, parson of Marsk; John de Fishewyk, parson of Bernyngham; and John de Eglisclif. Despite the king's proclamation against confederations that disturb the peace in markets and fairs, defendants threatened and assault in warlike manner the plaintiff on his business between Allerton Mauleverer and Hawkswell and at Bedale. [72], [73] rcp
  • M1354 B: Hertfordshire. Presented that on August 2, 1349 at Puckeridge a certain Nicholas, chaplain of Thomas Leggy now mayor of London assaulted John Tiffe of Puckeridge. Thomas Leggy and Simon Fraunceys citizen of London were in the company of that chaplain. Leggy then sent an unknown servant to London, but to whom the servant was sent is unknown. In response to Leggy's sending, however, a multitude of armed men numbering 500 armed in warlike manner in an illicit conventicle assembled on 3 August to the great disturbance of the countryside; they said that the reason for coming was to burn Puckeridge to the ground, so the inhabitants of Puckeridge fled and took their goods with them. The presentment was considered insufficient. [74] rcp
  • 1355 A: Northamptonshire. Inquest concerning those proceeded in warlike mode to Wootton, Northamptonshire. [75] rcp
  • E1357 A: Herefordshire. Presented that Thomas Moigne night in 1349 imprisoned Ralph de Wetebache at Brockhampton and held him until he enfeoffed him of 12 acres and an annual rent of 13s4d. In 1356 Moigne in warlike manner at Hereford where the assize justices were seated entered the house of Thomas Trillek dean of the bishop of Hereford and assaulted David the janitor of the dean and so threatened the bishop's men that they dared not leave the house. [76] rcp

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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. [77] 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. [78] rcp
  • 1463 C: Trial of John Kendale of Sudbury yeoman and John Erle for uprising and treason from process in 31 Henry VI. [79] rcp
  • 1463 D: Pardon of William White vicar of Iweley, Yorkshire, from process in 32 Henry VI for treason and rebellion. [80] rcp

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  • H1530 A: Leicestershire. Presented before the keepers of the peace that William owygh de Rothley husbandman,Thomas Pachett of Rothley husbandman, John Duston of Rothley husbandman, John Otteson of Rothley wright, Roger Topela of Rothley laborer, Nicholas Repyngall of Rothley husbandman, Thomas Tayller of Rothley husbandman, John Olyffe of Rothley husbandman, John Sherplusse of Rothley husbandman, James Moley of Rothley butcher, Robert Skrevener of Rothley sherman, William Harbard of Rothley laborer, John Spenser of Querne smith, John Freman of Rothley husbandman, John Whatenolle of Rothley weaver, William Whatenoll of Rothley weaver, William Wyer of Rothley laborer, Richard Bram of Rothley tailor, Robert Parsons of Rothley laborer, William Martin de Rothley laborer, Robert Bromson of Rothley laborer, William Hyll of Rothley weaver, Richard Willowes of Rothley laborer, William Lander of Rothley husbandman, Robert Hoby of Rothley husbandman, John Hoby of Rothley husbandman and Robert Wryghte of Rothley laborer and around 40 other disturbers of the peace in warlike manner on 1 February 1528 arrayed for war broke the close of Andrew Nowell armiger at Rothley. [81]. A similar occurrence on 4 February [82] and on 27 January [83] and on 31 January [ http://aalt.law.uh.edu/H8/KB27no1074/aKB27no1074fronts/IMG_4445.htm] rcp
  • M530 A: Presented that John Peryn abbot of St Mary and St Rumon Tavistock, John Hamlyn, Phillip Wyliam, John Corter, Robert Growdon, Richard Gregory all co-monks of the abbot, John Yeo of Tavistock gentleman, William Hawkins of Tavistock merchant, John Amadas de Tavistock yeoman, Richard Mayowe de Tavistock merchant, William Tankarde de Tavistock merchant, John Gardener of Tavistock yeoman, Nicholas Barrett of Tavistock yeoman, William Hamlyn of Tavistock yeoman, Nicholas Master of Tavistock husbandman, Nicholas Walche of Tavistock smith, Richart Westcotte of Tavistock yeoman, Phillip William of Tavistock glover, Ralph Foster of Tavistock husbandman, William Hamadas of Tavistock husbandman, John Terell of Tavistock toker, Robert Toker de Tavistock toker, Richard Rose de Tavistock husbandman, Richard Blakealler of Tavistock weaver, Roger Counter of Tavistock husbandman, Richard Stone de Tavistock weaver, John Kegell of Tavistock miller, John Wattes of Tavistock tinner, William Coystenton of Tavistock husbandman, Walter Browne of Tavistock weaver, John Body of Tavistock tailor, John Alen of Tavistock tanner, John Rawe of Tavistock smith, William Rawe of Tavistock smith, Stephen Hamly of Tavistock toker, Walter Harry of Tavistock husbandman, Stephen Mychell of Tavistock tanner, John Gilbert de Tavistock tanner, John Newton of Tavistock taner, Robert Kympston of Tavistock tanner, Robert Venton of Tavistock husbandman, Richard Coke of Tavistock yeoman, John Wyll of Tavistock tanner, John Potter of Tavistock laborer, John Hogen of Tavistock toker, Thomas Whote of Tavistock weaver, John Brusy of Tavistock butcher, William Hall of Tavistock yeoman, John Stonton of Tavisock tooker, Richard Drake of Tavistock husbandman, Roger Colyn of Tavistock smith, John Frankelyn of Tavistock butcher, William Frankelyn of Tavistock tailor, Nicholas Ruby of Tavistock capper, Walter Ruby of Tavistock yeoman, John Growdon of Tavistock groom, William Soper de Tavistock hellyer, Nicholas Castell of Tavistock weaver, John Wyllyams of Tavistock merchant, Walter Rawe of Tavistock husbandman, John Dane of Tavistock laborer, Edward Ball of Tavistock carpenter, John Stubbe of Tavistock smith, Stephen John of Tavistock tailor, Richard Toker of Tavistock tailor, Christopher Glover of Tavistock glover, Thoams Ewyn of Tavistock smith, Richard Foster of Tavistock butcher, Thomas Lanbroke of Tavistock tanner, John Williams of Tavistock glover, William Colyn of Tavistock laborer, John Glube of Tavistock tanner, John Gubbe of Tavistock corsyer, William Drake of Tavistock miller, John Grylles of Tavistock tinner, William Preston of Tavistock yeoman, William Landyer of Tavistock yeoman, Walter Maister of Tavistock yeoman, John Venton of Tavistock husbandman, John Prowte of Tavistock husbandman, Walter Basseley of Tavistock husbandman, John Bassley of Tavistock husbandman, Simon Baselegh of Tavistock husbandman, John Rawe of Tavistock husbandman, Richard Randell of Tavistock husbandman, John Coche of Tavistock husbandman, Richard Weryng of Tavistock husbandman, Robert Hawkyn of Tavistock husbandman, Thomas Hawkyn of Tavistock husbandman, Stephen Palmer of Tavistock husbandman, Richard Haweke of Taistock husbandman, William Myna of Tavistock husbandman, Nicholas Longer of Tavistock husbandman, Richard Todd of Tavistock husbandman, William Lavers of Tavistock husbandman, John Harte of Tavistock gentleman, William Priour of Tavistock mason, John Peke of Tavistock husbandman, John Browne of Tavistock husbandman, William Canell of Tavistock groom, William Browne of Tavistock toker, John Browne of Tavistock toker, John Cavell of Tavistock husbandman, William Nycoll of Tavistock husbandman, John Dovell of Tavistock husbandman, Thomas Coche of Tavistock tinner, Robert Brent of Tavistock tailor, John Coche of Tavistock toker, Roger Wynsore of Tavistock husbandman, Thomas Wynsour of Tavistock husbandman, Thomas Burges of Tavistock husbandman, William Paynter of Tavistock groom, John Skerryt of Tavistock merchant, Nicholas Rutter of Tavistock sadler with many other wrongdoers to the number of 200 on 10 June 1527 in warlike array assembled at Gullywere or Gullyhaches, Cornwall and riotously went then to Hokemore Yeate in the parish of Calstock where they joined to themselves John Martyn of Calstock sr husbandman, John Martyn of Calstock jr husbandman, Reginald Store of Calstock yeoman, William de Colyn of Calstock husbandman, Geoffrey Newte of Calstock husbandman, John Hornebroke of Calstock husbandman, Roger Honycombe of Calstock husbandman, Richard Honycomb of Calstock jr yeoman, Phillip Honycombe of Calstock husbandman, Richard Mathewe of Calstock husbandman, Roger Streke of Calstock husbandman, John Toker of Calstock husbandman, Goerge Toker of Calstock yeoman, Walter Bealbury of Calstock yeoman, John Bounde de Calstock jr husbandman, Thomas Purdowne of Calstock husbandman, Thomas Streke of Calstock husbandman, John Honecombe of Calstock husbandman with other wrongdoers to the number of forty; they all in warlike manner broke into the house of John Brandon at Latchley to the great terror of Brandon and Ane his wife and beat and mistreated them etc. Afterwards they were pardoned. 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