Parish Management 1320-1339
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- M1332 A: Boniface (de Hart, canon of Aosta), prior [mayster] of Hornchurch v. Walter de Heselwode and Ralph Leges, account (when they were his bailiffs in Haveringe atte Boure  SB
- M1332 B: John Mayn parson of Drayton Beauchamp v. John Missumer de Agmondesham, debt £4  SB
- M1332 C: Richard de Bourne, parson of Shaldeflete v Laurence le Keu de Pernestede, account  SB
- T1324 A: Leicestershire. John de Cave, parson of Northburgh v. Master Robert Rydel, parson of Hegham; William son of Robert de Halughton; and John, the brother of said William, together with John son of Mathew Martin de Enderby; and Stephen Rydel. Entering his close and thus impeding the taking of tithes, specified in kind.