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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.
 
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.
 
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<B>Remember, above all else, leave the full template, both the part that begins with "Parish" and the second part that begins with "rector/vicar" untouched at the top of each county segment:  further contributors have to be able to find the template.</B>
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<B>Remember, above all else, leave the full template, both the part that begins with "Parish" and the second part that begins with "rector/vicar" untouched at the top of each county segment:  further contributors have to be able to find the template and need the "rector/vicar" etc set for column heading.</B>
  
  

Revision as of 14:51, 17 May 2019

Instructions for Data Entry:
Password
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.

Template for Data Entry
(1) When there is no entry yet for this parish.
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 and to serve as column headings. The template begins with the line with three apostrophes and the word "Parish" and ends with the bar and curly bracket and the code for two breaks. 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 that contains no words must appear and must remain empty. Data is entered in the second set of bars and replaces the words, but remember: use the template that you have pasted, not the set you have copied.
  • The Date is the date of the document
  • The rector/vicar cell contains the name of the rector or vicar plus whether the person is the plaintiff, defendant, or just mentioned (even if designated as "just mentioned")
  • The third cell contains the other party whether plaintiff or defendant (specify which one); if the rector/vicar was just mentioned and was not a party, this cell will contain both the plaintiff and defendant.
  • The fourth cell the type of action: basically, the form of the writ (debt, trespass) plus a level or two of detail (thus, debt for £10; account as bailiff in London; Trespass: assault in London).
  • The fifth cell is for comments, such as to indicate that the enrollment only contains mesne process, what the pleading or verdict was, or simply helpful comments deriving from the enrollment.
  • The sixth cell is for the link to the documents. Copy the address bar from the AALT image and paste it in between the two brackets. The brackets must be there to make it an active link and there cannot be spaces in between the web address and the brackets.
  • What looks the seventh cell is a bar and a dash: that ends the line and will contain no information.
  • The bar, curly parenthesis and two breaks closes off the border surrounding the parish and provides space before the next parish or county segment.


(2) When this parish already has data listed.
If the parish is already listed, then you only 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 according to the instructions in the paragraph above. 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 template before the bar and curly bracket that ends the parish segment. Do not put in two sets of bar and curly brackets, since that will result in a double border.

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.

Remember, above all else, leave the full template, both the part that begins with "Parish" and the second part that begins with "rector/vicar" untouched at the top of each county segment: further contributors have to be able to find the template and need the "rector/vicar" etc set for column heading.



Contents

BEDFORDSHIRE



Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




BERKSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




BRISTOL

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]






BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]


Amersham

1332 Thomas de Coverle, rector, defendant Stephen de Abynden of London, plaintiff Trespass: destruction of bailed document comments: Document evidenced debt of Edward II owed to Stephen under the seal of Walter de Bedewynd (former coferarius of Edward II); it had been bailed to John son of John de Weston to be signed by John de Drokenesford then warden of the Wardrobe, but John son of John handed it to Thomas de Coverle for inspection and he destroyed it Link[1] SB


Drayton Beauchamp

1332 John Mayn, rector, plaintiff John Missumer de Agmondesham Debt of £4 mesne process Link[2] SB



CAMBRIDGESHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




CHESHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]





CORNWALL

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




CUMBERLAND

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]





DERBYSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




DEVON

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




DORSET

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




DURHAM

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]



ESSEX

parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]





Greensted

1332 John de Wynton, lately parson of Greensted now parson of Withersdale, defendant Richard de Welleford and Geoffrey de Weston de London, draper, plaintiffs Fieri Facias to recover £6/8/6 comments Link[3] SB



GLOUCESTERSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




HAMPSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




East Woodhay

1332 Henry de Likerit (plaintiff is Thomas de Menestok, parson of Newenham and Lawrence de Pernestede, Henry's executors) Walter Dyn de Bodmin (defendant) Debt for £40 mesne process; Henry is dead by 1332 Link[4]




HEREFORDSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




HERTFORDSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]





HUNTINGDONSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]



ISLE OF WIGHT

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




Shalfleet

1332 Richard de Bourne, rector Laurence le Keu de Pernestede Account: as bailiff in Bourne and Woodmancote mesne process Link[5] SB




KENT

Newnham

1332 Thomas de Menestok (plaintiff as executor of Henry de Liskereit, rector of East Woodhay (Estwidehay) with Laurence de Pernestede) Walter Dyn de Bodmyna Debt of £40 mesne process Link[6] SB [7] SB




Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




LANCASHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




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 Debt of £55/6/8 Mesne process Link[8]




Wigan

1332 Robert de Clyderhou / Cliderhon, rector (plaintiff) William de Bullyng (for £27/9/4); Simon Payn of Wigan (for £13/6/8); and Henry Russell of Wygan (for £42/6/8): defendants Debt Mesne process Link[9] SB




LEICESTERSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]





LINCOLNSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]





Market Stainton

1332 Hugh de Whetele rector (with Richard de Hakeneye of London, Roger de Feston, and Robert de Cotum parson of Sudbrok executors of Elias de Whitele, late rector of Hale): plaintiff John de Wenlyngburgh: defendant Debt of £55/6/8 Mesne process Link[10] SB





Sudbrooke

1332 Robert de Cotum, rector (with Richard de Hakeneye of London, Roger de Feston, and Hugh de Whetele rector of Staynton executors of Elias de Whitele, late rector of Hale): plaintiff John de Wenlyngburgh: defendant Debt of £55/6/8 Mesne process Link[11] SB





LONDON

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




St Alban, Wood Street

1332 Geoffrey de Hedesore, rector: defendant John de Oxon of London, vintner Debt for 60s Mesne process Link[12] SB





MIDDLESEX

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]



MONMOUTHSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




NORFOLK

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




Cranford St Andrew

1332 Robert Curzoun, rector: plaintiff Henry de Watervile, chaplain Account: as receiver of £60 from M1E3 to M4E3 Defendant had a letter of acquitance for the time up to the feast of the Apostles Phillip and James 3E3 and denied receiving money thereafter. Issue joined on the time after the acquitance. Link[13] SB




NORTHUMBERLAND

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




OXFORDSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




RUTLAND

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




SHROPSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




Somerset


Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




STAFFORDSHSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




SUFFOLK

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




Withersdale

1332 John de Wynton, formerly rector (now rector of Wytherdele) Richard de Welleford and Geoffrey de Weston de London, draper Fieri facias to the bishop of London for a recovery of £6/8/6 plus 6 marks in damages comments Link[14] SB




SURREY

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




Bletchingley

1329 Richard de la Lee, rector: defendant Agnes, daughter of John de Grenville Debt recognition in the Exchequer in 18E2 for £10 Fieri facias Link[15] SB





SUSSEX

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




Frant

1332 John Grubbe, vicar: plaintiff John Bussh & Joan his wife: defendants Trespass: taking of goods and chattels worth 100s in Retherfeld Mesne process; Companion case v. Luke, abbot of Bayham and Roger Sherewynd Link[16]




WARWICKSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




Church Lawford

1332 Roger de Boyvill, rector (de Chirchelalleford): plaintiff William Broun of Warwick and John le Warner of Tachebrok: defendants Debt for £11 Mesne process Link[17]




Wappenbury

1332 Thomas Bretun, rector: plaintiff Hugh de Medburn chaplain, Robert de Wotton chaplain, and John Othe Muyre de Presthorp Account: as receiver Mesne procecss Link[18] SB




WESTMORLAND

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




WILTSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




Fenny Sutton

1332 John de Quybury, rector: defendant Roger Michel de Cherleton Debt for £12 Debt incurred Friday after the feast of St John the Baptist, 3E2; plea of non est factum; verdict for £12 plus £10 damages Link[19] SB




WORCESTERSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]




Clent

1332 John de Honeworth, rector: plaintiff Henry son of Margery Badynol of Duddeley Account: as bailiff in Clent Mesne process Link[20]




YORKSHIRE

Parish

date rector/vicar other parties as plaintiff or defendant type of case comments Link[]