Fine Roll C 60/48, 35 HENRY III (1250–1251)

Membrane 23

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30 Oct. Marwell. For the earl of Strathearn. The king has taken the homage of Malise earl of Strathearn, who has taken to wife Margaret, daughter and one of the heirs of Robert of Muskham, of William of Huntercombe, who has taken to wife Isabella, daughter and another of the heirs of the same Robert, and of Adam de Viggeton’, who has taken to wife Isabella, daughter of Isabella [recte Cecilia] de Ford’, the third heir of the abovesaid Robert, for all lands and tenements which Robert held from the king in chief in the aforesaid county. Order to Thomas of Stamford and his co-escheator in Northumberland that, having accepted security from the aforesaid earl, William and Adam for £100 to the king’s use for their relief, namely 50 m. from each of the same three, of which they are to render a moiety at the Exchequer in the octaves of Hilary in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, they are to cause them to have full seisin of all lands and tenements that Robert held from the king in chief and of which he was seised as of fee on the day he died.
a.
This entry is illegible in the corresponding originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
2
For Robert de Muscegros. The king has given respite to Robert de Muscegros from all debts which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer in Somerset until Hilary in the thirty-fifth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
3
For Robert, son of Otuel de Lisle. The king has taken the homage of Robert, son and heir of Otuel de Lisle, for all lands and tenements which Otuel held from the king in chief in Lincolnshire of the honour of Peverel. Order to H. of Wingham and his co-escheator in the aforesaid county that, having accepted security from Robert for 100s. to the king’s use for his relief, they are to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements which Otuel held of the king in chief and of which he was seised as of fee on the day he died.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
4
For Robert, son of Otuel de Lisle. Order, in the same manner, to Thomas of Stamford and his co-escheator in Northumberland concerning the lands formerly of the same Otuel, making no mention of taking security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
5
For Robert, son of Roger le Breton. The king has taken the homage of Robert, son and heir of Roger le Breton, for all lands and tenements etc. Order to Thomas of Stamford and his co-escheator in Derbyshire that, having accepted security from him for 100s. to the king’s use for his relief, they are to cause them to have full seisin of all lands and tenements that Roger held from the king in chief and of which he died seised as of fee.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
6
Dorset. Walter Savage gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take security.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
7
For the earl of Derby. The king has given respite to W. de Ferrers, earl of Derby, until the Close of Easter, 1 from the £100 at which he was amerced before Master Simon of Walton for disseisin made against Geoffrey of Childwick. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same respite.
1.
Corrected from ‘Michaelmas’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
8
For the men of Lugwardine. The king has pardoned to the trustworthy men of Lugwardine £6 of the £26 they owe him for the arrears of the farm of their vill. He has granted them that they may render £5 of the remaining £20 at Hilary in the thirty-fifth year, £5 at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist in the same year, and £10 in the following year at similar terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to be quit from the aforesaid £6 and to have the aforesaid terms for the remaining £20.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
9
2 Nov. Marwell. For Roger Gernon. Roger Gernon gives the king 5 m. for having respite, until the quindene of Hilary in the thirty-fifth year, from the demand for £20 which he makes from him by summons of the Exchequer for the custody of Devizes castle, so that it may be discussed then before them [the barons of the Exchequer] by the rolls [of the Exchequer] whether he ought to answer the king for that money or not.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
10
[No date]. Norfolk. Roger a te Gerne gives the king 20s. for having a writ of attaint relating to the county of Norfolk [returnable before the justices] at Ipswich. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
11
[No date]. Essex. Osbert de Cippeham’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
12
[No date]. Hampshire. Thomas of Boarhunt gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
13
[No date]. Hampshire. The abbot of Waverley gives the king one mark for a writ to have an assize before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
14
[No date]. Hampshire. James of Oakhanger gives the king 10 m. for having his confirmation of a house with appurtenances in Oakhanger that King Edward gave to Alpheus, his servant. He has land in Hampshire to be distrained.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
15
5 Nov. Winchester. Concerning the farm of the manor of Chippenham. Order to the constable of Devizes to render the farm of the king’s manor of Chippenham that he took for Michaelmas term in the thirty-fourth year to Hugh Gargate, keeper of the same manor, so that he answers for it at the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
16
[No date]. Hampshire. John of Winchester gives the king one mark for a having a plea with the record before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Surrey [Sic] to take etc.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
17
[No date]. Yorkshire. Adam de Maghneby gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
18
[No date]. Somerset. The prior of Taunton gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert de Briwes. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
19
[No date]. Yorkshire. Alan son of Brian gives the king one mark for taking an assize before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
20
[No date]. Somerset. Item, the same prior of Taunton gives the king half a mark for taking another assize before Robert de Briwes. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
a.
This entry is illegible in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1. The marginal annotations cannot be made out as both margins have been lost.
21
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Joan de Somery gives the king 15 m. for having a protestation concerning the manor of Milton with appurtenances in Cambridgeshire given to Robert de Muscegros, and she has land in the same county.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
22
7 Nov. Winchester. For Geoffrey, son of William le Rus. The king has taken the homage of Geoffrey, son and heir of William le Rus, for all lands and tenements which William held from the king in chief in the bailiwick of the sheriff of Cambridgeshire. Order to the aforesaid sheriff that, having accepted security from Geoffrey for rendering 50s. for his relief in the quindene of Hilary at the Exchequer, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid William, of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
23
Concerning the arrears of the bishopric of Winchester. Order to the executors of the testament of W., formerly bishop of Winchester, to satisfy the king without delay of the 600 m. in which the bishopric of Winchester is bound to him and which the king placed to the benefit of the aforesaid church in prosecution of his election. 1
1.
Uncertain translation of 'and which the king placed etc.'.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
24
Pardon. For Gerard Talbot. The king has pardoned to Gerard Talbot all defaults that he made before Roger of Thirkleby in the plea between him and Edmund de Lacy. Order to the same Roger not to cause Gerard to be distrained on account of this.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
25
[No date]. Bedfordshire. The prior of Beaulieu gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
26
9 Nov. Winchester. For William de Quaretem and Matilda, his wife. By the fine of 10 m. which William de Quarantem and Matilda, his wife, made with him, the king has rendered to them their bailiwick in the king’s wood of Groveley, of which G. de Langley, justice of the forest, deprived them. Order to the same G. to cause William and Matilda to have full seisin of the aforesaid bailiwick. The king has also granted them that they may pay him 2½ m. of the aforesaid 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and 2½ m. at the same term for the three following years, so that the aforesaid 10 m. are paid to the king. 1 They have writs for this to the barons of the Exchequer that they are to cause them to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is written in a much darker ink.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
27
For Robert, son of Gilbert of Popham. The king has taken the homage of Robert, son and heir of Gilbert of Popham, for all lands and tenements formerly of the same Gilbert which he held from the king in chief in Hampshire. Order to H. of Wingham, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from Robert for £9 13s. 6d. to the king’s use for his relief, of which he is to render a moiety at Hilary and the other moiety at Easter next following, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid Gilbert and of which he was seised as of fee on the day he died.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
28
For Christina Wake. The king has taken the homage of Christina Wake, daughter and heiress of Matthew Wake, for all lands etc. Order to H. of Wingham and his co-escheator in Witshire that, having accepted security from Christina for 50s. to the king’s use for her relief, they are to cause her to have full seisin of all lands etc. If they have taken goods and chattels into the king’s hand that she can reasonably show to be hers, they are to cause them to be returned.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
29
Lincolnshire. William of Threekingham gives the king one mark for taking two assizes of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
30
11 Nov. Marlborough. Pardon. For Maurice of Berkeley. The king has pardoned to Maurice of Berkeley, son and heir of Thomas of Berkeley, the scutage from the knights’ fees which Thomas held from the king in chief and which is exacted from Maurice by summons of the Exchequer for the last army of the king in Gascony, in which Maurice was with the king by his order. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Maurice to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
31
[No date]. Derbyshire. John Le Fohun gives the king one mark for taking an assize before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
32
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Geoffrey of Suffolk gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as both margins have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
33
[No date]. Staffordshire. Robert, son of Robert de Bek of Tean of Staffordshire, gives the king 10 m. that for as long as he shall live he is to be quit from juries, assizes and recognitions. He has letters patent for this.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
34
[No date]. Staffordshire. Richard, son of Phillip de Draycott of the same county, gives the king 10 m. for having the same liberty for life as above. He has letters patent.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
b.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1, is the following note: ‘He has land in the same county’.
35
[No date]. Hampshire. Geoffrey Clement gives the king 20s. for having an attaint before the king (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Winchester after Hilary. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
36
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William, son of Gilbert Lockes, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
37
[No date]. Wiltshire. Abraham Red, Jew, was amerced before the king (coram Rege) at one mark for a trespass. The sheriff of Wiltshire is notified of this.
[S’, in the Roll]
38
17 Nov. Marlborough. For the executors of Thomas Long. David Long of Bristol and the co-executors of the testament of Thomas Long give the king 40 m. for making several distraints in divers counties for debts which were owed to the abovesaid deceased. 1 They are to pay this from the first monies levied etc.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
39
[No date]. Northumberland. Richard de Stampes and Beatrice, his wife, give the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northumberland to take etc.
[in the Roll]
40
[No date]. Wiltshire. William of London gives the king 100s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire [sic] to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
41
18 Nov. Ludgershall. For Peter Chaceporc. The king has granted to Peter Chaceporc that he may render £20 per annum at the Exchequer, namely £10 at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and £20 thus from year to year at the same terms until the following debts are paid to the king, for the 30 m. which he owed to Elias le Eveske, Jew, and for the 20 m. which he mainperned to pay to the king for Saer of Odell, together with the £60 which he previously owed him, for which he made fine with him to render £10 per annum at the Exchequer, and for the 200 m. which he owed to W. bishop of Bath for corn sown in the lands of his bishopric, for which the king has betaken himself to Peter for the aforesaid bishop, and for the 106 m. which Peter owed to the executors of the testament of William Hardel, for which the king has betaken himself to Peter for the aforesaid executors, and of the £107 which the same Peter owes the king for a prest made to him by William de Plessetis in the king’s Great Wardrobe. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Peter to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 By P. de Rivallis.
1.
A similarly-worded and dated version of this entry can be found at no. 1198 below.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
42
[No date]. Norfolk. Robert de Chardacr’ gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices at the first session. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
43
[No date]. Herefordshire. Madoc ab Esporth’ gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
44
[No date]. Because they are in the roll of the justices coram Rege. The abbot and convent of Citeaux, parsons of the church of Scarborough, owe the king 20 m. for having a charter concerning a certain manse that he has granted them in the borough of Scarborough for 4s. per annum, to be rendered at Michaelmas by the hands of the bailiffs of Scarborough, and for acquitting the same charter from the [fees of the] Chancery. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because they are in the roll of the justices coram Rege.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
45
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Hugh of Brickhampton gives the king one mark for taking an assize before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
46
Concerning the debts of Richard of Wrotham. Because Richard of Wrotham, who has recently died, was bound to the king in several debts, order to the abbot and convent of Athelney to keep that sum of money, which has been deposited in their house, safely and in full until the king orders otherwise, so that they do not incur danger by this reason.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
47
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Peter de Vaubadon and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
48
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Roger de Mowbray give the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
49
Concerning the curtilages and gardens that have been committed in the suburbs of Carlisle. Because the king has heard by an inquisition which he ordered to be taken by Thomas of Stamford and his co-escheator in Cumberland that it is more to his profit that John de Mora, John de Boleton’, the brethren of the hospital of St. Nicholas, the house of the Holy Sepulchre, Adam Serjeant, Simon of Tebay, William de Blauure, William Widman and Robert of Tebay should hold from the king at farm by parcels at the king’s will, by the extent last made by the same escheators, which is 69s. 3d., the land, meadow, curtilage and garden with appurtenances that the said John de Boleton’ held or holds at the king’s will in the suburb of Carlisle, than that the same John or any one of them alone hold the same particulars, order to the abovesaid Thomas and his co-escheator in the aforesaid county that unless they will wish to give the king more per annum for the said land, meadow, curtilage and garden, they are to permit the said John and John, the brethren of the hospital of St. Nicholas, the house of the Holy Sepulchre, Adam, Simon, William, William and Robert to hold the abovesaid land, meadow, curtilage and garden from the king at his will by the aforesaid parcels according to the aforesaid extent. If they will accept it, as aforesaid, then they are to take security for 10 m. for this writ to the king’s use or the same sum from others if they will have committed the said land, meadow, curtilage and garden to them above the said extent, as aforesaid.
[in the Roll]

Membrane 22

50
21 Nov. Clarendon. Concerning a trespass made against the ambassadors of the King of Norway. Because the king has pardoned the bishop of Norwich. Even though Thorlac, ambassador of the illustrious King of Norway, has been fully satisfied for the injuries inflicted upon him at Lynn, as he has notified the king by his letters patent, the king does not believe that the perpetrators of the same injuries have satisfied him in this regard. Order to H. of Bath to amerce them, who have been forfeited for this, at £40. 1
1.
Uncertain translation. Entry cancelled because the king has pardoned the bishop of Norwich.
a.
The marginal annotations for this entry cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
51
For Richard Marshal senior. The king has pardoned to Richard Marshal senior the arrears of an annual rent of 17½d. that he ought to have paid each year at the Exchequer from the time when the king gave him the land of Chelberg’ for an increment of ten librates of land, at which the same land has been extended. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Richard to be quit from the aforesaid arrears of the aforesaid rent. 1
1.
‘… and of the same rent’ cancelled here by expunction.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
52
Concerning a confirmation of the abbot of Citeaux. The abbot and convent of Citeaux give the king 10 m. for having his confirmation of the church of Scarborough with appurtenances. They are to pay them to the Exchequer. 1 Concerning Yorkshire.
[in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘in the Wardrobe’. Witness clause entered here and what follows is written in darker ink.
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
b.
The correction is also made in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 23.
53
For Robert de Muscegros. The king has granted to his beloved and faithful Robert de Muscegros that he may render £40 annually at the Exchequer of the £11 14s. 8d. of aid and of the £400 40d. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for several debts, namely £20 at the Exchequer of Easter and £20 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas until the aforesaid debt is paid to the king in full. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
54
[No date]. Somerset. William de Polhamesford’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
55
[No date]. Kent. Phillip Champeneis gives the king one mark for having an inquisition as to whether he is guilty of the death of Robert of Suffolk. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
56
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Simon de Draiton’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
57
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Because the king has pardoned it all to him. Robert, son of Richard de Sanford’, owes the king £15 for having a charter concerning land in Drayton in Hampshire, 1 which he is to render to the king at three terms. Later, the king pardoned 10 m. to him. 2
1.
Another hand adds what follows in much darker ink.
2.
Entry cancelled because the king has pardoned it all to him.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
58
[No date]. Wiltshire. Thomas de la Mare gives one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) at Clarendon at St. Katherine. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
59
For Salomon. son of Josceus of Canterbury, Jew. At the instance of the venerable father B. archbishop of Canterbury, his uncle, the king has granted to Salomon. son of Josceus of Canterbury, Jew, that for the four years next following, while the tallage of the Jews endures in the state in which it is now, he is to contribute £30 per annum on condition that the sum of the tallage of the Jews of Canterbury shall not decrease or be lost by reason of the king’s grant. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1
1.
Uncertain translation.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
60
25 Nov. Clarendon. For Laurence Do, concerning a Jewish debt. The king has granted to Laurence Do that he may pay a moiety of the £4 10s. which he owes to Abraham of Berkhamsted, Jew, at the Exchequer of Easter of the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause Laurence to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
61
For Elias le Eveske and Aaron son of Abraham, Jews of London. The king has granted to Elias le Eveske and Aaron son of Abraham, Jews of London, for the use of Elias, son of Samuel le Eveske, Jew of York, and his heirs, all lands, property, rents and chattels formerly of the same Samuel, both in the arcae and outside, and that the same Elias son of Samuel and his heirs are to be forever quit from all manner of debts and arrears of debts in which the same Samuel and his ancestors were bound to the king, all of which is granted by rendering 2000 m., of which the aforesaid Elias le Eveske and Aaron, for as long as they will have the said chattels in their hands, and afterwards when the said Elias and his heirs will have the same chattels, are to render 20 m. to the king per annum at two terms, namely 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter and 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, and 20 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the 2000 m. are paid to the king, so that the king shall have his tallage from the said chattels that he caused to be assessed upon the same chattels at Michaelmas last past, and that Pucella, who was the wife of the same Samuel, shall have her dower, namely £200, and the aforesaid Elias le Eveske and Aaron shall find Samuel’s children their rightful maintenance until they will be of full age. The king has also granted to the said Elias le Eveske and Aaron, to the use of the aforesaid Elias son of Samuel and his heirs that henceforth no tallage is to be assessed upon the said chattels or taken for as long as the terms will be observed. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. They are to take security from the aforesaid Elias le Eveske and Aaron for paying 10 m. of gold to the king’s use at Christmas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
62
[No date]. Norfolk. Nicholas Butler gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
63
For Gilbert Lille of Reading. The king has pardoned to Gilbert Lille the 20s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for a debt that he owed to Abraham of Berkhamsted, Jew. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
64
[No date]. Leicestershire. Robert de Paris gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
65
For the men of Brill. The king has given respite to the men of Brill so that they may pay 40s. of the £6 in which they are bound to him for the arrears of the farm of their vill at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 40s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 40s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have those terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
66
Concerning a fine for having a charter. W. de Ferrers, earl of Derby, owes the king 11 m. for a charter to have a market and fair at Higham Ferrers and Chorley and for acquitting the same charter from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
b.
‘in the Roll, Nottinghamshire’ is written in the right margin at the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
67
[No date]. Devon. John Comyn gives the king 2 m. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
68
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Geoffrey Gascelin owes the king 11 m. for acquitting a charter of market and warren from the [fees of the] Chancery.
a.
A marginal note beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1, reads: ‘He is to be distrained. Bedfordshire’.
69
[No date]. Northamptonshire. The men of Apethorpe the king one mark for a writ for having peace until the eyre of the justices for the escape of a certain thief. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
70
[No date]. Devon. Item, John Comyn gives the king one mark for another writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
71
[No date]. Somerset. Roger de Sifrewast gives the king one mark for having before the king (coram Rege) the record of a plea that was in the hundred court of Kilmersdon. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1.
b.
There are some now illegible entries on the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 1, at this point.
72
4 Dec. Clarendon. Concerning the custody of land, which has been committed. The prior of Monkton Farleigh has surrendered to the king two acres of land with appurtenances in Melksham, concerning which the king has impleaded him in his court (in curia sua). Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire that, having taken seisin thereof to the king’s use, he is to commit that land to Hugh Gargate to keep together with other of the king’s lands that he has in the same vill, so that he answers for it at the Exchequer.
73
Concerning the custody of land which has been committed. Order to the same Hugh to receive that land to keep as above and to answer for it as above.
74
[No date]. Somerset. William Branch and Joan, his wife, give the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
75
[No date]. Somerset. John of Ilchester, clerk, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
76
7 Dec. Clarendon. For William des Forz. The king has granted to William des Forz that he may render £10 at the Exchequer of Easter of the £266 2s. 10d. which he owes him for prests made to Hugh de Vivonne, his father, in the king’s Wardrobe in the time of W. de Plessetis and Thomas of Winchester, 1 £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, and £20 thus annually henceforth at the same terms until the aforesaid debt is paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
1.
‘and Thomas of Winchester’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
77
[No date]. Dorset. Walter Boch’ and Adam, his son, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
78
9 Dec. Clarendon. For Thomas of Warminster, who has been imprisoned. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire that if Thomas of Warminster, whom he holds in the king’s prison of Salisbury for a trespass, will find him sufficient security that he will not henceforth offend but will behave legally and that he will pay 12 m. for his ransom, namely 4 m. at the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the thirty-fifth year, 4 m. at Easter next following, and 4 m. in the quindene of Michaelmas, then he is to deliver him from prison by plevin 1 and to cause his chattels, which have been taken into the king’s hand, to be rendered to him.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
The remainder of this sentence is interlined.
79
[No date]. Yorkshire. The king’s men of Pickering and Newton-on-Rawcliffe of Yorkshire give the king 10 m. for having an inquisition concerning pannage of their pigs. Notification to the sheriff of Yorkshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
80
Concerning land formerly of Roger de Merlay, which has been committed to the king’s escheator. John de Vernon, the king’s escheator of Wiltshire, has shown to the king that whereas Roger de Merlay held certain land from the king in chief, by reason of which the custody of all other lands from whomsoever he held them belonged to the king in full right, and whereas the same escheator had taken certain land formerly of the same Roger in Ebbesbourne Wake into the king’s hand by the aforesaid reason, Gerard la Grue ejected the same escheator from the custody of the abovesaid land by reason of the custody of the bishopric of Winchester, which had been committed to him, and because it is not in harmony with the law that the king’s escheatry be damaged or diminished by reason of the custody of the abovesaid bishopric, order to the same Gerard to cause the abovesaid escheator to have back full seisin of the custody of the abovesaid land of Ebbesbourne Wake, so that he may answer for it at the Exchequer by his hand.
81
5 Dec. Clarendon. Concerning the abbey of Cirencester, which has been committed. The king has committed the vacant abbey of Cirencester to Richard Ruffus, his clerk, to keep for as long as it pleases the king.
82
11 Dec. Clarendon. Concerning levying the tallage of the same abbey to the king’s use. Order to Richard Red, keeper of the abbey of Cirencester, that, having received the tallages and other revenues of the aforesaid abbey pertaining to the king, he is not to lay waste to its fruits or other victuals in such a way that the abbot and canons do not have moderate costs and reasonable provision.
[in the Roll]
83
For Roger Bertram, concerning a fine. The king has granted to Roger Bertram that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 30 m. that remain of the 50 m. at which Roger was amerced before the king (coram Rege) at Westminster for trespass of the forest, of which he has pardoned 20 m. to him, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus at the same terms for two years following until the aforesaid 30 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
84
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to Henry of Wingham to take all lands and tenements formerly of Alina Wake in his bailiwick into the king’s hand until the king orders otherwise.
a.
The date is given as ‘12 Dec.’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 2.
85
12 Dec. Clarendon. Concerning a forger of the king’s seal and coin. In that the sheriff of Lincolnshire has captured a forger of the king’s seal and clipper of coin, the king greatly commends his diligence. He is to know that the king’s image that he sent differs greatly from the image on the true seal. Order to the same sheriff to take all his goods, moveable and immoveable, into the king’s hand and to keep the same forger safely until the king orders otherwise. If the bishop wishes to demand him as a clerk in pledge, if he has the tonsure, then he is to commit him to him on [security of his] barony and to forewarn the bishop that it is very dangerous to receive such into custody, because if they were to escape, the king would betake himself to him harshly.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
86
Concerning making distraint upon W. bishop of Durham for the king’s stock, and he has paid into the king’s Wardrobe. Order to the sheriff of Northumberland to distrain W. bishop of Durham by his lands outside his liberty to render 300 m. to the king for the stock sold to him by G. la Grue at the time when he had the custody of the same bishopric and for other arrears, so that the king shall have that money quickly. The king is greatly moved that distraint for this has not yet been made. 1
1.
‘and he has paid into the king’s Wardrobe’ written in a hand other than that which enters the marginal heading.
a.
In the margin of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 2 is the following note: ‘He is quit because he paid in the king’s Wardrobe’. The final sentence in the fine roll entry is not recorded in the originalia roll.
87
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Laurence of Purston gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
88
16 Dec. Christchurch. Concerning making distraint for defects of bridges in Hampshire. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to distrain Agnes Peverel, Alexander Huscarl, John Kernet, Jordan Chamberlain and Jordan Picot for 5 m. for a defect to a bridge on the River Avon, and those of the vill of Ringwood who ought to repair bridges for 15 m. for defects to three bridges, and those of the hundred of Fordingbridge for a defect to a bridge over the land of the abbot of Beaulieu, and Margaret de Redvers for 5 m., and those of the hundred of Christchurch for a defect to a bridge over the land of Jordan Chamberlain, and Bela of Avon for 5 m., so that he has that money with utmost speed.
89
17 Dec. Beaulieu. Concerning valuing the corn of the manor of Cookham. Order to Godfrey of Liston to cause the corn of the king’s manor of Cookham 1 to be valued by the oath of trustworthy and law-worthy men for as much as it is worth, in order that it is sold at Pentecost next to come, and he is to demise it to the abbot of Westminster at the same price at which it has been valued and could have been sold then, so that he renders a moiety of the value of the same corn at Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at Michaelmas next. 2 By the king.
1.
There is an erasure after this word that is crossed through.
2.
Uncertain translation.
90
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Henry de Perle of Oxford gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
91
[No date]. Hampshire. John, son of William de la Stigh’, gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea to the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
92
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Abel de St. Martin owes the king 11 m. for a charter to have a market and fair in his manor of Halstead in Essex and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
93
Concerning a fine for having a charter. John Luvel owes the king 11 m. for a charter to have a market and warren in his manors in Norfolk and Wiltshire and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
94
20 Dec. Bishop’s Waltham. Concerning [distraining] several people of the villates of Christchurch and Fordingbridge for [false] measures. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to distrain the below-written to render the below-written debts to the king, namely the villate of Christchurch for 10 m. of a fine for [false] measures, the men of William de Faleys of Fordingbridge for 6 m. for the same, Master William le Moygne, parson of the church of Fordingbridge, for 2 m. for the same, Robert Trapel of Fordingbridge for 2 m. for the same, Henry le Duntuneys of Fordingbridge for half a mark for the same, and William de Faleys for 100s. for the same, providing that they have them in the king’s Wardrobe before Epiphany. 1 Later, the king pardoned 5 m. to the countess of the Isle [of Wight] and another five in the Wardrobe.
1.
Another hand enters what follows after the witness clause.
a.
In the margin of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 2, is the following note: ‘Everything is paid in the king’s Wardrobe, but 5 m. are pardoned to the countess of the Isle [of Wight] of Christchurch’. The final sentence in the fine roll entry is not recorded in the originalia roll.
95
Cumberland. John de Hudelestun’ gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
96
Concerning the custody of the priory of Lancaster, which has been committed. Order to John de Lalee, the king’s escheator in Lancaster, to keep the vacant priory of Lancaster safely until the king orders otherwise, so that he answers for the issues of the same priory for the aforesaid vacancy at the Exchequer from Saturday next after St. Nicholas.
[in the Roll]
97
26 Dec. Winchester. Cornwall. Baldwin de Akynny and Joan, his wife, give the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cornwall to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
98
27 Dec. Winchester. For Richard de Stiveton’. The king has granted to Richard de Stiveton’ that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire, for trespass of the forest, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 10 m. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Yorkshire.
1.
Another hand enters what follows after the witness clause.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
99
Concerning the corn of the manors of Cookham and Bray that has been sold. Order to Godfrey of Liston to cause the corn of the king’s manors of Cookham and Bray to be valued by the oath of trustworthy and law-worthy men for as much as it can be valued at Pentecost next to come, and to demise that corn to the abbot of Westminster at that price, so that he renders a moiety to the king at the Exchequer in the quindene of St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety in the quindene of Christmas next following, provided that he retains in the king’s hand as much of that corn as he deems will be necessary for sowing and for the sustenance of the serjeants and plough-beasts in the aforesaid manors until the new grain [is harvested].
100
[No date]. Worcestershire. John de Abbetot gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
101
[No date]. Worcestershire. Hugh de Mortimer gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
102
[No date]. Norfolk. Robert Aguillon gives the king 20s. for having two attaints relating to the county of Norfolk [returnable] before the justices at Ipswich. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

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103
27 Dec. Winchester. Concerning the fine of Adam de Periton’. Adam de Periton’ has made fine with the king by 200 m. for recovering for himself and his heirs the forest of Braydon, of which he was deprived by consideration of the king’s court (curie Regis) for a trespass that he made in the same, of which he is to render 50 m. to the king at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 50 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 100 m. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to cause Adam to have full seisin of the aforesaid bailiwick with all its appurtenances.
[in the Roll]
104
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Guy Wake gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
105
[No date]. Shropshire. Ralph de Araz and Joan, his wife, give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea to the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
106
28 Dec. Winchester. Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to Henry of Wingham and his co-escheator in Shropshire 1 to take into the king’s hand the land which Elias de Ekingham held by bail of the king for life in Langley in Shropshire and to cause it to be tilled and safely kept, so that those issues are answered for to the king at the Exchequer.
1.
‘and his co-escheator in Shropshire’ interlined.
107
[No date]. Leicestershire. Stephen Simeon gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
108
[No date]. Devon. Walter Gifford gives the king 40s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
109
[No date]. Norfolk. Gilbert de Wollavinton’ gives the king 20s. for having an attaint before the justices at Ipswich. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
110
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Adam de St. John gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
111
[No date]. Norfolk. Hubert de Bavent and Felicia, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
112
For the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England. The king has given respite to the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, until Pentecost in the thirty-fifth year, from all debts and demands, both for assarts and for other things touching him and his men. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have that respite. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
113
[No date]. Concerning several people for having their bailiwicks of the forest of Feckenham back. William de Shirnac gives the king 20 m. as a fine for having back the bailiwick of the forest of Feckenham, of which he was deprived by consideration of the king’s court for a trespass, for as long as he will keep it faithfully, of which he is to render 6½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 6½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas following, and the remaining 7 m. 1 at the Exchequer of Easter next following.
[in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘6½ m.’
a.
For entries not recorded in the Fine Roll but entered on the Originalia Roll in this chronological sequence see nos. 1228, 1229 below.
114
[No date]. Concerning several people for having their bailiwicks of the forest of Feckenham back. Robert de Estrecch’ has made fine with the king by 15 m. for having back his bailiwick in the abovesaid forest of Feckenham, of which he was deprived as above, of which fine he is to render 5 m. to the king at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year.
[S’, in the Roll]
115
[No date]. Concerning several people for having their bailiwicks of the forest of Feckenham back. William son of Robert has made fine with the king by 10 m. for having back his bailiwick in the same forest, of which he was deprived as above, of which he is to render 3 m. 4s. 5d. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 3 m. 4s. 5d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 3 m. 4s. 6d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. They [William and Robert] will hold their bailiwicks henceforth for as long as he will keep it faithfully.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 2, William ‘gives 10 m. to the king’.
116
[No date]. Concerning several people for having their bailiwicks of the forest of Feckenham back. Robert de Parco gives the king 100s. for a trespass made in the abovesaid forest under the custody of the same. He is to render it at the same terms, namely 2½ m. each term, and this is so for as long as they will keep their bailiwicks faithfully.
[in the Roll]
117
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The abbot of Welbeck gives the king 20 m. for having a charter concerning five acres of assart and a rod with its buildings 1 in the king’s forest of the High Peak at Crook Hill, of which he is to render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 10 m. at the same terms in the following year. He is also to render 21d. annually at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for the aforesaid assart in the name of an annual rent.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘and a rod with its buildings’ interlined.
118
[No date]. Concerning a fine of the executors of Richard of Wrotham. The abbot of Athelney in Somerset, Richard de Plessetis of Essex, Master William de Horton’ and John of Wrotham, parson, of Lincolnshire, and Geoffrey de Escoland’ of Somerset, executors of the testament of Richard of Wrotham, have made fine with the king by 400 m. for rendering all debts, chattels and wardships 1 of the same Richard to the king, of which they are to render a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. They have mainperned before the king (coram Rege) to make this payment, as aforesaid, together with William de Plessetis, John Blund and Thomas Picot, heirs of the same deceased.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘chattels and wardships’ interlined.
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 2, the payment is to be made together with ‘William de Plessetis. John Blund, Thomas Picot and the heirs of the same deceased’.
119
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The prior of Huntingdon has made fine with the king by 12 m. for having a charter that he may forever have a man carrying two bundles of underwood each day in the wood of Sapley within the metes of the king’s forest of Huntingdon to the use of the prior and convent there, of which he is to render a moiety at the Exchequer in the quindene of St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at Christmas next following.
[in the Roll]
120
For the men of Christchurch. The king, at the instance of the countess of Devon, has remitted 5 m. of the 10 m. at which the men of the villate of Christchurch were amerced for [false] measures. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire not to distrain the same men unless it is for [the remaining] 5 m.
a.
This entry is cancelled in Originalia Roll E371/16, m. 2.
121
[No date]. Suffolk. Thomas Crawe gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc. 1
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘etc.’ is written over an erasure.
122
For the archbishop of York. The king has pardoned to Walter archbishop of York, primate of England, the trespass that he made, as is said, in taking for himself and by his men four deer in the king’s forest of Sherwood. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to cause him and his men to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
123
For Aaron of York, Jew. The king has granted to Aaron of York, Jew, the charter of Robert Marmion, which he took into his hand, for the £100 that the same Jew is to render to the king at the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the thirty-fifth year. Order to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer 1 and the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause the same Jew to have that charter with the profit of the same.
1.
‘the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
124
29 Dec. Winchester. Concerning the vill of Winchester, which has been committed at farm. The king has committed his vill of Winchester to the mayor and his trustworthy men of Winchester at farm for the three years next following Michaelmas in the thirty-fourth year, rendering £100 it per annum at the Exchequer for the farm of the same vill, whereas they were previously accustomed to render £90 to him. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
125
30 Dec. Chawton. For the men of Basingstoke. The men of Basingstoke who are outside the canopy of the king’s forest give the king 10 m. for having respite from hambling dogs for one year from Epiphany in the thirty-fifth year, and that, in the meantime, they may have free right of way through the middle of the forest without penalty or impediment, as they were previously accustomed to have, without damage to the forest. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to permit this to be done. 1 They are to render those 10 m. into the king’s Wardrobe before the Purification of the Blessed Mary.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
126
1 Jan. Guildford. Concerning distraining Walter de Burgh. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to distrain Walter de Burgh, who has land in Oxfordshire, by his lands and chattels to render to the king at the Exchequer the 300 m. which remain to be paid of the 400 m. by which he made fine with him for a trespass.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
127
Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to cause the king to have in his Wardrobe without delay the £20 which Thomas de la Mare owes the king of a fine that he made with him for having custody.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
128
For the men of Ringwood. Because the men of J. fitz Geoffrey, justiciar of Ireland, of Ringwood ought not maintain any bridge because there is no bridge over their land there, as they say, order to the sheriff of Hampshire [to inquire] by the oath etc. who ought to maintain three bridges, for whose maintenance the sheriff distrains them, and to distrain them to render the king’s money to him for due amercements without delay.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
129
For Ela countess of Warwick. The king has given respite to Ela countess of Warwick, until upon the view of the account of the sheriff of Gloucestershire after Easter, from all debts and demands which are exacted from her by summons of the Exchequer for the manor of Dymock from her time and from the time when that manor was in the hands of Morgan ap Caerleon and the farmers of the same manor, so that he shall have at the same view at the Exchequer all those who the aforesaid demands and debts touch to discuss before the barons of the Exchequer who ought to satisfy the king for them. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to permit her to have that respite, as aforesaid.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
130
[No date]. Dorset. Nicholas de Welles gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
131
Concerning homage taken and relief. The king has taken the homage of John of Wickford for the sixth part of a knight’s fee that he has of the gift of Isabella, his mother, in Wickford, which descended to Isabella by hereditary right after the death of Matilda, her sister, who held from the king in chief. Order to the sheriff of Essex that, having accepted security from John for 37s. 6d. to the king’s use for his relief, he is to permit him to possess that land peacefully.
[in the Roll]
132
[No date]. Sussex. Aylbric, son of William de Burleigh, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before John of Gatesden. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
133
[No date]. Berkshire. Richard Hardyng gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
134
[No date]. Sussex. Ralph Tailor and Joan, his wife, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
135
[No date]. Because that fine was made before G. de Langley, justice of the forest, and it was delivered at the Exchequer by the hand of the same G. The free tenants and all others of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire give the king 300 m. for having his confirmation of a quittance from the common summons before the justices itinerating in the aforesaid counties to take the pleas and other things touching the king’s forest. 1
1.
Entry apparently unfinished. It is cancelled because that fine was made before G. de Langley, justice of the forest, and it was delivered at the Exchequer by the hand of the same G.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
136
3 Jan. Newark [by Guildford]. For the men of Cirencester. The king has granted to the men of the manor of Cirencester that they may render a moiety at Mid-Lent in his Wardrobe of the 20 m. at which they were lately tallaged by reason of the vacant abbey of Cirencester being in the king’s hand, and the other moiety at Michaelmas next following. Order to Richard Ruffus to permit them to have the same terms.
137
3 Jan. Merton. For the earl of Gloucester. The king has given respite to R. de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, from all debts in which he is bound to him until the Purification of the Blessed Mary next to come. Order to the barons of the Exchequer that, having scrutinised the rolls of the Exchequer, they are to set the same term for him to pay the sum of the debt which they shall find. They are to certify the king within the octaves of St. Edward forthcoming of the total sum of the debts of the same earl for which he ought to answer the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
138
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Robert Coffin, Thomas de Neuton’, Geoffrey de Neuton’, 1 Lambert of Threekingham and Ralph de Ingoldeby give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Both Thomas and Geoffrey are repeated presumably in error, although the repetition also appears in the corresponding originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3.
139
[No date]. Somerset. The abbot of Forde gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert de Briwes. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
140
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. William, parson of the church of Grantchester, gives the king 2 m. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
141
[No date]. Kent. Henry Malemeins gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea to the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
142
[No date]. Norfolk. Roger le Cornewaleys gives the king half a mark for having an attaint relating to the county of Norfolk [returnable before the justices in eyre] at Ipswich. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
143
[No date]. Norfolk. Roger, parson of the church of Hackney, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[in the compendium roll]
144
7 Jan. Westminster. For Stephen de Mesnil. The king has granted to Stephen de Mesnil that he may render 12 m. 4s. 7d. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 49 m. 5s. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire for trespass of the forest, 12 m. 4s. 7d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus in the following year at the same terms until the aforesaid 49 m. 5s. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to permit him to have the same terms.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is added by another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
145
For the men of Petherton and Barrington, concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to the men of Ralph d’Aubigny of South Petherton and Barrington the 49s. at which they were amerced before R. Passelewe and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Somerset. Order to the barons of the Exhcequer to cause the same men to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
146
Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Somerset.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
147
Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Robert de Lacy, his valet, the 20s. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the common pleas in Wiltshire. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
148
Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Master Hugh of St. Edmunds the 50 m. at which he was amerced for the recovery of a cart of his and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
149
For Thomas of Erington. The king has granted to Thomas of Erington that he may render 15 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 60 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Northumberland, 15 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 30 m. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Northumberland.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is added by another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
150
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Roger de St. John owes the king 5 m. for having a charter of warren, market and fair and 11 m. for acquitting that charter from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, ‘Sussex’.
151
[No date]. Berkshire. Henry de la Stane gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
152
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Anketinus de Martinvast gives the king 4 m. for having a charter of warren in his manor of Noseley in Leicestershire and 11 m. for acquitting that charter from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]

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153
9 Jan. Westminster. Concerning two thirds of the manor of Winterbourne Earls that have been committed. The king has committed 1 to William Longespée, his valet, two thirds of the manor of Winterbourne Earls, which manor is extended at £18 13½d., to hold for as long as it pleases the king, rendering two thirds of the aforesaid extent to the king annually for it at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. Order to H. of Wingham and his co-escheator in Wiltshire to cause William to have full seisin of the aforesaid two thirds, saving the advowson of the same manor to the king and saving to Idonea, who was the wife of William Longespée, father of the aforesaid William, the third part of the same manor for her dower.
[in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘granted’ by expunction.
154
For Thomas Grelley. The king has granted to Thomas Grelley that he may render 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 100 m. at which he was amerced before G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, for trespass of the forest, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 50 m. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
155
Hertfordshire. Thomas of Huntingdon gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
156
Northamptonshire. Geoffrey de St. Medard and Margaret, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
157
Lincolnshire. Hugh of Friskney gives the king one mark for a writ relating to the county of Lincolnshire before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This entry is simply for a ‘writ ad terminum’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3.
158
Norfolk. Roger, parson of the church of Hakeney, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
159
Worcestershire. Robert of Wheathampstead gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
160
Lincolnshire. Hubert de Kame gives the king one mark for taking an assize before H. of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
161
For Ernulf de Munteny. The king has pardoned to Ernulf de Munteny £120 of the £180 which he owed Abraham of Berkhamsted, Jew, by two charters, the debts of which Jew are in the king’s hand, and has granted him that he may render £15 of the remaining £60 at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, £15 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the £30 which remain at the same terms in the following year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer and the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause Ernulf to be quit from the aforesaid £120 and to have the same terms for the remaining £60, to cause this to be done and enrolled thus, 1 and to cause the charters and muniments that the same Jew has concerning this to be returned to him.
1.
What follows is interlined by another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
162
Concerning the fine of the executors of W., formerly bishop of Winchester. The executors of W., formerly bishop of Winchester, have made fine with the king by 600 m. for the debts in which the bishop was bound to the king. Order to G. la Grue that, having allowed in the same 600 m. the corn, stock, and other goods of the same deceased taken to the king’s use, having taken good and sufficient security for paying the remainder of the 600 m. and for paying 500 m. to the prior and convent of Winchester for the expenses incurred by reason of the postulation of the said bishop and, also, having similarly taken good security for the 100 m. bequeathed to the abbot and convent of the place of St. Edward [Netley abbey], he is to permit the same executors to have free administration of all goods, corn and other things formerly of the same bishop. Because the king, by his special grace, has granted to the same all of the hay that was assembled in the land of the same bishop on the eve of St. Giles, both new and old, he is similarly for that reason to permit them to have free administration of the same with salt and all utensils not tied to the soil, having retained all things which ought to remain to the future bishop from the foregoing by the ordinance of P., formerly bishop of Winchester. 1
[in the Roll]
1.
Uncertain translation.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, ‘Hampshire’.
163
[No date]. For John son of Augustine, concerning the freight of a ship. Order to the bailiff of Arundel to cause to be rendered to John son of Augustine without delay and according to the custom of the markets all money that is owed to him for the freight of his ship that has lately moored at Cudlow, so that a claim does not again reach the king for default of payment for the freight of the aforesaid ship, and he is to take security from John for 20s. for this writ.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, has been corrected to ‘Sussex’ from ‘Arundel’.
b.
This entry reads in a slightly variant form in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3: ‘John son of Augustine gives the king 20s. for a writ for making distraint for the freight of his ship, which lately set out from Cudelegh’. Order to the bailiff of Arundel to take security etc.’
164
[No date]. Norfolk. Stephen de Stokes and Matilda, his wife, give the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
165
Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Berta de Wauncy the 11 m. which she owed him and which are exacted from her by summons of the Exchequer for having a charter of warren and fair in her manor of West Barsham. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
166
[No date]. Essex. The prior of Little Leighs gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
167
10 Jan. Westminster. For Geoffrey Gascelin. The king has granted to Geoffrey Gascelin, who has taken to wife Joan, daughter and heiress of Walter de Goderville, that he may pay the 35 m. which the same Walter owed to Abraham of Berkhamsted, Jew, whose debts are in the king’s hand, within four years at the Exchequer of Easter at 8 m. 10s. each year, the first term beginning at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer and the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause Geoffrey to have the same terms, to cause this to be done and enrolled thus, and to cause the charters and muniments that the same Jew has concerning this to be restored to him. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
168
For John de Eyvill’. The king has granted to John de Eyvill’ that he may render 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 40 m. at which he was amerced before his justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire for trespass of the forest, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 20 m. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
169
For the prior of Newnham. The king has granted to the prior of Newnham outside Bedford that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 10 m. which he owes him for having the record of a plea before the king (coram Rege), and 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
170
For Robert de Neville. The king has granted to Robert de Neville that he may render 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 30 m. at which he was amerced before his justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire, 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining £10 thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer as above. Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Yorkshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
171
For the abbot of Rievaulx. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Rievaulx 14 m. of the 40 m. at which he was lately amerced before the king (coram Rege) for trespass of the forest, and he has granted him that he may render a moiety of the remaining 26 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot to be quit from the aforesaid 14 m. and to have the aforesaid terms for the aforesaid 26 m. 1 By J. of Lexington.
1.
Authority added by another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
172
Concerning the fine of Roger, reeve of Shrewsbury. Roger Warner, reeve of Shrewsbury, has made fine with the king by 20 m. for the attack made upon the new abbot of Shrewsbury. He is to render 10 m. thereof at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the remaining 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, Roger ‘gives the king 20 m. of a fine’.
173
For Peter Branch. The king has granted to Peter Branch that he may pay 10 m. annually of £36, of which £24 are of the debts of Ralph de Hodenc and £10 of stock bought from the king, namely 5 m.at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 10 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the said money is paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
174
[No date]. For Marmaduke Darel. The king has granted to Marmaduke Darel that he may pay 3 m. 4s. 2d. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 13 m. 40d. at which he was amerced before his justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire, and 3 m. 4s. 2d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
175
11 Jan. Westminster. For Robert de Quincy The king has pardoned to Robert de Quincy 20 m. of the 60 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, and has granted him that he may render 10 m. annually of the [remaining] 40 m., namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 10 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 40 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Robert to be quit from the aforesaid 20 m., to have the same terms for the remaining 40 m., and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By Ralph fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
176
Concerning a pardon for W. de Valence. The king has pardoned to William de Valence, his brother, £124 10s. 2½d. of the prests made to him by William de Plessetis 1 in robes and other things. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. 2
1.
Corrected from ‘in the Great Wardrobe’.
2.
‘Witness as above. And that money is to be allowed to the keeper of the king’s Wardrobe’ is crossed though here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
177
[No date]. Kent. Manasser de Vaubadon gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, has been corrected to ‘Surrey’ from ‘Kent’.
178
For Roger de Merlay. The king has granted to Roger de Merlay that he may render 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 100 m. at which he was amerced before his justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Northumberland, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 20 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 100 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
179
For Roger de Merlay. Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Northumberland. By J. of Lexington.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
180
[No date]. Suffolk. William de Blunvill’ gives the king 20s. for having an attaint of mort d’ancestor before the itinerant justices in Suffolk. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
181
Lincolnshire. William Marmion gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
182
For the abbot of Cirencester, concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Cirencester a moiety of the 22½ m. which the same abbot owed him for the sale of the corn of East Hagbourne and Latton while the aforesaid abbey was vacant and in the king’s hand. Order to Richard Ruffus not to distrain the same abbot henceforth for the aforesaid moiety.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
183
12 Jan. Westminster. For the men of Cheshire and for the abbot of Dieulacres. Order to Alan la Zouche, justice of Chester, to place in respite, until the quindene of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, the demand that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from the king’s men of Cheshire for the queen’s gold and the record of the plea that was between the abbot of Dieulacres and William de Coudray, which the king ordered to come before himself (coram Rege), and the demand that he makes from the abovesaid men of Cheshire at the command of G. de Langley, justice of the king’s forest, to answer outside the county of Chester for a trespass of the forest.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
184
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. The master of the hospital of St. John of Huntingdon gives the king 2 m. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
185
For the abbot of St. Mary’s, York. The king has granted to the abbot of St. Mary’s, York, that he may render a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the £80 at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege), and the other moiety at the gule of August next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
186
11 Jan. Westminster. Concerning the manor of Birdingbury, which has been committed. Because the king has remitted it all to him for his fee until the full age of the heir, and he will receive his fee then. The king has committed the manor of Birdingbury, which is in the king’s hand by reason of the custody of the land and heir of Henry of Hastings, to Stephen Bauzan together with the rent of assise of Simon de Waure, to have and hold until the lawful age of the same heir, rendering £25 per annum at the Exchequer, namely £12 10s. on the morrow of Trinity and £12 10s. on the morrow of All Souls, saving to the king the custodies, marriages, reliefs, the advowson of the church of the same manor, escheats and scutages, on condition that he surrenders that manor with the houses and lands to the king in the same state in which he received it. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because the king has remitted it all to him for his fee until the full age of the heir, and he will receive his fee then.
a.
This entry is cancelled in Originalia Roll E371/16, m. 3. Because the king has remitted it all for his fee of £20 per annum until the full age of the heir of H. of Hastings, saving to the king as appears in the roll.
187
14 Jan. Windsor. Concerning a pardon. Because the abbot of Chertsey, at the king’s instance, constructed a certain wardrobe anew in his abbey to the use of the queen, the king has pardoned to him the 40 m. at which he was amerced before Robert Passelewe at Guildford for trespass of the forest. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
188
Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Hugh de Butyun, his valet, keeper of the land and heir of Geoffrey Chamberlain, those 40s. which are exacted from him each year by summons of the Exchequer for the land formerly of the aforesaid Geoffrey from the time at which the king first granted that custody to him until the lawful age of the aforesaid heir. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Hugh to be quit from the aforesaid 40s. annually with the arrears of the same, as aforesaid.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
189
[No date]. Norfolk. Richard Lemman gives the king half a mark for having an attaint against Thomas Godchep before the justices at Ipswich. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
190
[No date]. Derbyshire. The prior of Newstead gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
191
18 Jan. For Peter Abusun, concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Peter Abusun, his cousin, the 4 m. which he owed him for a tun of wine that Robert Dacre sold to him at Bruges. Order to Robert Dacre to cause Peter to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
192
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Ivo Merchant gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
193
Oxfordshire. The abbess of Godstow gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
194
For Stephen Archdeacon. The king has pardoned to Stephen Archdeacon all but 100 m. of the £120 at which he was amerced before the king’s justices at Cork for two trespasses, of which he is to render 10 m. at the Exchequer of Ireland at Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 20 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 100 m. are paid to the king. Order to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer of Ireland to cause him to be quit from the excess 100 m. and to have the abovesaid terms for the remaining 100 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
195
Middlesex. Walter de Berenham gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]

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196
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Peter of Goldington gives the king 10 m. for having a charter of warren in his manors of Stoke Goldington and Cotes, and he will give 11 m. for acquitting that charter from the [fees of the] Chancery, of which he is to render a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, reads ‘Northamptonshire’.
197
18 Jan. Windsor. For Thomas de Stratton’. The king has granted to Thomas de Stratton’ that he may render 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 40 m. at which he was amerced before G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Northumberland, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 20 m. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
198
Concerning the custody of the land and heir of Humphrey de Montibus, which has been committed. By a fine of 20 m. that Simon de Preston’ made with him, the king has granted him the custody of the land and heir of Humphrey de Montibus, to have and hold until the lawful age of the heir of the aforesaid Humphrey together with the marriage of the same heir. Order to H. of Wingham and his co-escheator in Northamptonshire that, having accepted security from Simon for paying a moiety of the aforesaid 20 m. to the king at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, they are to cause him to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody.
[S’, in the Roll]
199
Concerning the custody of the land and heir of Humphrey de Montibus, which has been committed. He has letters patent for this.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
200
20 Jan. Windsor. For the king’s trustworthy men of Shrewsbury. The king has granted to his trustworthy men of Shrewsbury that, of the £110 6s. 4d. at which they were lately amerced by Robert Walerand for a trespass made in their vill and which are exacted from them by summons of the Exchequer, they may render a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
201
Concerning the king’s wool sold to Thomas of Durham and Adam of Basing. By a fine of £400 that Thomas of Durham and Adam of Basing, citizens of London, have made with him, the king has sold to them 41½ sacks of wool from the wool of Glamorgan, which is in the custody of the mayor and bailiffs of Bristol. Order to the same mayor and bailiffs to deliver that wool to them or to their certain attorneys bearing the present letters. They are to render a moiety to the king at the Exchequer at Easter in three weeks and the other moiety in the octaves of St. John the Baptist next following.
[S’, in the Roll]
202
21 Jan. Windsor. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Bartholomew Peche the £10 that he ought to have paid him for half a year for the custody of the counties of Somerset and Dorset from the time when he was sheriff of the same counties, which the king granted him to keep for £20 per annum just as Thomas of Cirencester previously held them, with the custody of the castles of Corfe and Sherborne. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
203
Berkshire. Roger de Hyda gives the king 20s. for taking an assize before the king upon his first arrival at Reading. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take security.
[in the Roll]
204
For Walter de Grey, clerk. The king has granted to Walter de Gray, clerk, that he may render £20 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the £100 at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the forest pleas in Yorkshire for trespass of the forest, and £20 thus from year to year at the same term of Michaelmas until the aforesaid £100 are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
205
Concerning the custody of the land and heirs of Theobald Butler, which has been committed. By a fine of 3000 m. which J. fitz Geoffrey, justiciar of Ireland, has made with him, the king has granted him the custody of the land and heirs of Theobald Butler with all its appurtenances, both in wardships, escheats, reliefs, dowers and in all other things which might have fallen in to the king by reason of the aforesaid custody if the king had held it in his hand, together with the lands and tenements if the king could recover them in a just manner by reason of the same custody if they had been alienated or removed after that custody came into the king’s hand, to have and hold to John and his heirs or assigns until the lawful age of the heirs of the aforesaid Theobald, together with the marriage of the same heirs. Order to Peter de Bermingham, keeper of the lands formerly of the same Theobald in Ireland, to cause John to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody and the castles formerly of the same Theobald that are in his custody. 1 They are patent. 2 Later, he had letters patent for having the same terms to himself and his heirs and assigns.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
What follows is written by another hand in darker ink.
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, John makes this fine ‘for the custody of the land and heirs of Theobald Butler both in Ireland and in England’.
206
Concerning the custody of the land and heirs of Theobald Butler, which has been committed. Order, in the same manner, to H. of Wingham and Thomas of Stamford, the king’s escheators, to cause the same John to have seisin as above excepting the castles.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
207
[No date]. For John fitz Geoffrey, justiciar of Ireland. The king has granted to the abovesaid John that he may render 500 m. per annum by weight 1 of the aforesaid 3000 m. at the Exchequer of Ireland, 2 namely 250 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 250 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus at the same terms for the five years next following.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘by weight’ interlined.
2.
Corrected from ‘Exchequer of London’.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, reads ‘Northamptonshire’.
b.
The first term for payment in this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, is ‘at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year’.
208
22 Jan. Windsor. Concerning taking lands into the king’s hand. Because Walter de Lake, who held half a knight’s fee from the king in chief in Exning in Suffolk, has died, order to the sheriff of Essex to take into the king’s hand the manor of Broxted and all other lands that Walter held from the king in chief in his bailiwick and to keep them safely until the king orders otherwise, so that he answers the king at the Exchequer for the issues of the same lands for as long as they will be in his custody.
[in the Roll]
209
For Simon, son of Alexander of Stamford. The king has granted to Simon, son of Alexander of Stamford, that he may render 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter of the 10 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the common pleas in Lincolnshire, 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 5 m. at the same terms in the following year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the abovesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
210
For Richard Mansel. The king has granted to Richard Mansel that he may render 50s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 100s. at which he was amerced before G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant n Yorkshire for trespass of the forest, and 50s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
211
For Phillip Darcy. The king has granted to Phillip Darcy that he may render 5m. each year of the 50 m. which he owes him of the £100 by which he made fine with him for the custody of the land and heirs of Nicholas [de] Quatremares, namely 2½ m. at Easter and 2½ m. at Michaelmas until the aforesaid 50 m. are paid to the king, the first term beginning at Easter in the thirty-fifth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
212
23 Jan. Bisham. For Henry de Percy. The king has granted to Henry de Percy that he may render 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 10 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire, 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 5 m. at the same terms in the following year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
213
For Henry de Percy. Richard Kalle has similar letters directed to the same barons and the same terms for the 10 m. at which he was amerced before the abovesaid justices.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
214
[No date]. For Adam of Topcliffe. Adam of Topcliffe, huntsman, is to render 25s. at the same Exchequer of the 100s. at which he was amerced before the same justices at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 25s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus in the following year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
215
[No date]. For Robert Constable of Flamborough. Robert Constable of Flamborough is to render 10 m. to the king at the Exchequer of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the same in the same county of Yorkshire at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
216
For Mabel Revel. The king has granted to Mabel Revel that she may render £10 per annum at two terms of the £50 which she owes him of the fine of £100 she made with him for her relief, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus from year to year until the aforesaid £50 are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
217
24 Jan. Reading. For William de Vescy. The king has granted to William de Vescy that he may render 50 m. at Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 100 m. at which he was amerced for trespass of the forest, and 50 m. at Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
218
For Sampson de Sampford’. The king has granted to Sampson de Sampford’, by a fine of 10 m. that he made with him, the custody of the land and heir of Robert of Laverstock, to have until the lawful age of the aforesaid heir together with the marriage of the same. Order to H. of Wingham and his co-escheator in Wiltshire that, having accepted security from Sampson for paying the aforesaid 10 m. to the king, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, they are to cause him to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody, as aforesaid, saving to the king the bailiwick of his forest of Clarendon. 1 He has letters patent for this. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
219
For William de Braose. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand they make from William de Braose for the £52 which Reginald de Braose owed in the Jewry, as is said, until Easter next to come. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
220
For Robert White. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit Robert White to pay 20s. per annum at the Exchequer of Easter and the Exchequer of Michaelmas of the £30 which he owes the king for the debts of his father of a fine made before the king (coram Rege) at Northampton for a trespass against the king’s peace, until the aforesaid £30 are paid to the king. He is to begin to pay at Easter in the thirty-fifth year. They are to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
221
[No date]. For Walter Rop. Walter Rop of Bristol gives the king 5 m. for a writ directed to the bailiff of Carmarthen to deliver his chattels, which were taken by the bishop of St. Davids, and he is to render a moiety at Easter and the other moiety at Michaelmas.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 3, is corrected to ‘Gloucestershire’ from ‘Bristol’.
222
For Nicholas de Percy. The king has granted to Nicholas de Percy that he may pay 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus in the following year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
223
[No date]. For Alan de Bulford’. Alan de Bulford’ has the same terms for the 20 m. at which he was amerced there. Order to the same barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
224
Concerning a fine for having a charter. The abbot of Combe in Warwickshire gives the king £20 for having a confirmation, of which he is to render moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas.
[S’, in the Roll]
225
[No date]. Suffolk. William de Boivill’ and Joan, his wife, give the king one mark for placing a plea that is at the Bench before the justices in Suffolk. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
226
26 Jan. Wallingford. For Walter of Clifford. The king has granted to Walter of Clifford that, of the fine of £1000 at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege) for a trespass, concerning which the king had granted him that he was to pay 200 m. annually, he may henceforth render £100 at the Exchequer at the same terms at which he was bound to pay the aforesaid 200 m. per annum. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
227
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The prior and monks of Clifford of Herefordshire give the king 5 m. for having a charter of warren, and he owes 11 m. for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
228
27 Jan. Woodstock. For the prior [sic] of Marton. Phillip of Marton of Lincolnshire gives the king 5 m. for having respite for one year next following the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the thirty-fifth year from the demand for 48s. rent that the barons of the Exchequer make from him for a sergeanty in Marton, because a plea of warranty of the same sergeanty is pending before the justices of the Bench.
[S’, in the Roll]
229
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Nicholas Brown gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
230
[No date]. The chattels of the hanged man in the counties of Oxfordshire and Berkshire.

The chattels of Lewin, who has been hanged, are 70s. and eight acres of wheat valued at 15s. He had an affer priced 5s. and twelve ewes priced 6s., a piece of lead priced 16d., four quarters of wheat priced 12s., four quarters of summer corn priced 6s., and hay priced 8s.; From the hundred of Wantage, for a murder fine, 40s.; and from the hundred of Hormer, for the same, 40s.

[S’, in the Roll]
231
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Reginald de Albo Monasterio and Alice, his wife, and Alan de Farnham and Margaret, his wife, give the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

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232
29 Jan. Woodstock. Concerning a pardon for the cardinal. The king has pardoned to John Gaitanus, cardinal, the £10 at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire for the common summons by reason of his prebend that he obtained in the prebendal church of York. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the cardinal and his men of the aforesaid prebend to be quit. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
233
For the abbots of Lilleshall and Haughmond. Because two assizes of novel disseisin, one of 1 which the abbot of Lilleshall and the abbot of Haughmond 2 arraigned against Master S. of Walton, and the other of which the abbot of Lilleshall [arraigned] by himself, 3 have not yet been taken, for having which they made fine with the king by 6½ m., namely 5 m. for one and 20s. for the other, order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the distraint that they have caused to be made for the aforesaid monies until St. John the Baptist next to come, releasing the same in the meantime.
1.
‘one of’ interlined.
2.
‘abbot of Haughmond’ interlined.
3.
‘and the other of which the abbot of Lilleshall [arraigned] by himself’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
234
For John Deyncourt. The king has granted to John Deyncourt that, of the £10 at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Northumberland, he may render a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
235
Concerning a pardon for the Pope’s nephew. The king has pardoned to Percival, nephew of the Pope, canon of the cathedral church of York, the £10 at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire for the common summons by reason of his prebend of Bugthorpe. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Percival and his men of the abovesaid prebend to be quit from the aforesaid £10, and if anything has been taken from them for the aforesaid reason they are to cause it to be returned to them. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
236
[No date]. Shropshire. Stephen of Bitterley gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
237
For Percival, the Pope’s nephew. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire not to vex the same Percival and his men of the abovesaid prebend by reason of the payment of the aforesaid £10, but if he has taken anything from them he is to cause it to be returned without delay.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
238
For John Gaitanus. Order, in the same manner, to the same sheriff for John Gaitanus, cardinal, and his men of his prebend.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
239
[No date]. Norfolk. Isabella of Muskham gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
240
[No date]. For Walter le Fleming. Hampshire. Walter le Fleming, burgess of Southampton, gives the king 20 m. that, for as long as he lives, he is not to be distrained within the king’s power for any debts for which he will not be the chief debtor or pledge. He has letters patent for this.
[S’, in the Roll]
241
[No date]. Warwickshire. John de Clere 1 and Roger, his brother, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘de’ interlined.
242
[No date]. Amercement. For defects of bridges. The abbot of Abingdon owes the king £10 for defects to three bridges on the abbot’s fee on the king’s rivers.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 4, reads ‘Berkshire’.
243
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Geoffrey Lambesheved gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
244
[No date]. Essex. Hugh son of Richard gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
245
3 Feb. Woodstock. For Thomas of Warblington. The king has granted to Thomas of Warblington that he may render 100s. annually of the 120 m. that he owes him, of which 70 m. are for the debts of his father and 50 m. for the fine of Alice Dammartin for having a custody which Thomas now has, namely 50s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 50s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 100s. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 120 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king in the presence of Earl Richard.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
246
For Reginald de Mohun. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to place in respite the demand for 40s. which he makes from the men of Reginald de Mohun of Greywell for tallage until Easter.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
247
For the abbot of Byland. The king has given respite to the abbot of Byland, until the quindene of St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fifth year, from the 60 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Yorkshire to take the pleas of the forest for a trespass. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
248
[No date]. For Guy son of Robert. The king has granted to Guy son of Robert that, of the £67 15s. 4½d. which he owes him for the arrears of his account from the time he had the custody of the counties of Oxfordshire and Berkshire, he may render a moiety in the king’s Wardrobe at St. Gregory in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the quindene of St. John the Baptist next following. For faithfully observing these terms the below-written have mainperned for him before the king (coram Rege) to pay if he defaults: Stephen Bauzan; Roger Gernon; Bardulf of Chastleton; Thomas of Appleton; Roger de Peauton’; Ralph de Préaux; Peter Butler; Ralph Ivels; Robert de Bradenestan’; Simon son of Simon; Robert son of Wido; and Simon de Préaux. They have lands in Oxfordshire. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
249
For Guy son of Robert. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Guy to be delivered from the prison in which he is detained for the aforesaid arrears.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
250
[No date]. Lancaster. Henry of Nottingham gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
251
[No date]. Westmorland. The same Henry gives the king another mark for having another writ. Order to the sheriff of Westmorland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
252
4 Feb. Woodstock. Concerning taking homage and relief. The king has taken the homage of Robert, son and heir of Robert de Pavilly, for all lands and tenements etc. Order to H. of Wingham that, having accepted security from the aforesaid Robert by his escheator in Northamptonshire for rendering 100s. to the king for his relief, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements that his father 1 held of the king in chief and of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘his father’ interlined.
253
Concerning taking homage and relief. Order, in the same manner, to Thomas of Stamford as above, excepting security for relief.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
254
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Robert de la Roche and Albreda, his wife, give the king half a mark for taking an assize before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
255
For the abbot of Westminster, concerning the corn of Cookham and Bray. Order to Godfrey of Liston that, having accepted security from the abbot of Westminster that he will render to the king the value of all of the corn of the king’s manors of Cookham and Bray, he is to permit him to have all of the aforesaid corn by the same value in the form that the king has ordered him at other times, having retained from that corn as much as will be necessary for the liveries of the serjeants and for the sustenance of plough-beasts, and he is to cause this to be applied to those liveries and the sustenance of those plough-beasts by the view of the serjeant of the same abbot.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 4, reads ‘Middlesex’.
256
[No date]. Norfolk. John of Hautbois gives the king one mark for having one certification 1 of a certain assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) on the morrow of St. Peter in London, concerning a tenement in Hautbois. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘… for taking an assize’.
257
For Abraham of Berkhamsted, Jew. At the instance of R. earl of Cornwall and for the 500 m. by which Abraham of Berkhamsted made fine with the king, the king has remitted to the same Jew and his pledges all trespasses, exactions and demands that the king had towards him both for felony and for other trespasses of which he was accused, out of which 500 m. the king wishes that the same Jew shall render 40 m. to him annually, namely 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 20 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus from year to year etc. until the aforesaid 500 m. are paid to the king. The king has returned to the same Jew all of his moveable chattels found both outside and inside the chest of the Jews, which the king took into his hand by reason of the aforesaid trespass of which he was accused. The king wishes that, just as other Jews have, he may have free administration thereof, on condition that he shall keep the terms that the king has granted to Christians who have made fine with him, and shall give full quittance to Christians of money paid to the king and of that which the king has pardoned by his writ. The king has also granted to the same Jew that he is to be quit from tallage for as long as he keeps his terms for the aforesaid 500 m. The king considers pleasing and acceptable the sale that William Chalbe, his butler, made to the same Jew of his houses in London, which the king had given to William, according to the tenor of an agreement made between them. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 He has letters patent for this excepting the terms of his payment.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
258
For Maurice of Berkeley. The king has granted to Maurice of Berkeley that he may render 20 m. per annum of the £93 5s. which he owes him for both his own debts and those of his father, namely 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus from year to year etc. until the aforesaid £93 5s. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
259
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Hugh of Arden gives the king 20 m. for having a charter of warren at Hampton in Arden and Knowle in Warwickshire and for having a market and fair at Hampton in Arden, and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
260
[No date]. Concerning a debt of the men of the king’s manor of Melksham. The men of the king’s manor of Melksham owe the king £41 15s. for the king’s stock that they received when that manor was committed to them at farm, and the 40 m. by which they made fine with him before the prior of Cogges [the escheator] for damages and for the king’s houses there, tumbledown and ruinous by their default, while they were keepers of the same houses.
[in the Roll]
261
[No date]. Essex. Phillip Pady gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before John of Cobham. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
262
6 Feb. Woodstock. For Robert Gra. The king has granted to Robert Gra that he may render 29 m. 5s. annually of the 70 m. at which he was amerced before the justices of the forest in Nottinghamshire and of the 100s. by which he made fine with him before R. de Ros and his associates, justices of the forest in Yorkshire, so he would be under plevin, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus for the three years next following at similar terms. 1 Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
1.
‘at similar terms’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
263
[No date]. For Thomas Fairfax. The king has granted to Thomas Fairfax that he may render 6 m. 8s. 11d. annually at the Exchequer of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the justices of the forest in Nottinghamshire for trespass of the forest, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus for the two years following. Order to the barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
264
[No date]. For Thomas Fairfax [Sic]. Nicholas de Mowbray has similar terms for 6 m., to be rendered at 2 m. per annum. He is to begin at Easter as above. Order to the barons of the Exchequer as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
265
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Ralph Flye has similar terms for the 3 m. at which he was amerced in Nottinghamshire for the king’s forest, which is to be rendered at 1 m. per annum. Order to the barons as above. 1
1.
The marginal heading beside this entry brackets all those which follow down to no. 280.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
266
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Stephen Tanner has similar terms for £20 for the forest in the same county, and he is to render 10 m. per annum. Order to the barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
267
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Ralph Page has similar terms for 3 m. for the forest in the same county, and he is to render 1 m. per annum. Order to the barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
268
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Stephen Wandret has similar terms for 20 m. for the forest in the same county, and he is to render 6 m. 8s. 11d. per annum. Order to the barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
269
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Thomas Yol has similar letters for £10 for the forest in the same county, and he is to render 5 m. per annum at the same terms. Order to the barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
270
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Roger de Sexdecim Valibus has similar terms for 20 m. for the forest in the same county, and he is to render 6½ m. 27d. per annum. Order as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
271
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. John le Franc’ has similar terms for 4 m. for the forest in the same county, and he is to render 17s. 8d. per annum. Order as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
272
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Robert le Teler has similar terms for 20s. for the same, and he is to render half a mark per annum. Order to the barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
273
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. John Roges, Richard le Tyler and John Teler have similar terms for 3 m., each of them for 1 m., and they are to render 1 m. per annum. Order as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
274
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. John of Beverley has similar terms for 20s., and he is to render 10s. per annum. Order to the barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
275
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Geoffrey de Stocton’ has similar terms for 2 m. for the same, and he is to render 8s. 11d. per annum. Order as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
276
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. John Botolf, Ranulf Flur, Benedict Bler’ and John Cooper have similar terms for 2 m. for the same, each of them at half a mark, 1 and they are to render 8s. 11d. per annum. Order as above.
1.
‘each of them at half a mark’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
277
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Hugh de Wodeby has similar terms for 2 m. for the same, and he is to render 8s. 11d. per annum. Order as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
278
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Geoffrey de Stocton’, John Roges and Hugh Wodeboch have similar terms for 40s., each one of them at one mark, and they are to render 1 m. per annum. Order as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
279
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. John Hol is to render 5s. per annum of 10s. and he is to begin at Easter. Order to the barons as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
280
[No date]. Concerning several atterminations for trespass of the forest in Nottinghamshire. Robert de Ponte Belli is to render half a mark per annum of 1 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and the other half-mark at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
281
Concerning the homage and relief of the heirs of Richard of Wrotham. The king has taken the homage of John Blund and Thomas Picot, who have to wife the two sisters and heiresses of Richard of Wrotham, and the homage of William de Plessetis and Geoffrey Shoplond’, who are nephews and two heirs of the same Richard, for all lands and tenements which Richard held of the king in chief. Order to H. of Wingham that, having accepted security from the aforesaid heirs in Somerset and Dorset by his escheator there for rendering £15 to the king, he is to cause them to have full seisin of all lands and tenements, as above, having retained in the king’s hand the bailiwick of the forest which the same R. had in Somerset.
[in the Roll]

Membrane 18d.

282
John of Hanborough, keeper of the king’s houses of Woodstock, will answer for the £6 that he took from the king’s demesne land of Great Barrington from the prior of Llanthony Secunda beyond the £174 for which the abovesaid farmers ought to answer, and the manor of Woodstock and its members, except the park, meadow, dovecote and ponds, will answer for £180. 1
1.
This entry is written towards the foot of the dorse. For a slightly different version see no. 293 below.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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283
7 Feb. Oxford. For Ela countess of Warwick. The king has granted to Ela countess of Warwick that she may render 20 m. per annum of the £50 which she owes him for the arrears of the farm of the manor of Dymock, namely 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 20 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £50 are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
284
For Roger Bertram. The king has granted to Roger Bertram that he may render £7 10s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the £45 at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Northumberland, £7 10s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining £30 at the same terms for the two years next following. Order to the barons as above. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
285
[No date]. Somerset. The prioress of Studley gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
286
8 Feb. Wallingford. For William Cut. The king has granted to William Cut that he may render at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year a moiety of the 20s. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Herefordshire, and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
287
9 Feb. Reading. For William of Huntercombe. The king has granted to William of Huntercombe that he may render £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 100 m. by which he made fine with him for his relief and the relief of Adam de Wiggeton’, who is in his custody, for the inheritance which descended to their wives after the death of Robert of Muskham, £10 at the Exchequer of Easter next following, another £20 in the following year at the same terms, and the remaining 40 m. in the third year next following at similar terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
288
For John Deyncourt. The king has pardoned to John Deyncourt the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege) [in a plea] against the prior of Thurgarton for default, and has granted that he may render £21 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of £63, of which £53 are owed to the king for John’s relief and the remaining £10 for having licence to make concord with the aforesaid prior, and the remaining £42 at the same term in the two years next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause John to be quit from the first 20 m., to have the aforesaid terms for the aforesaid £63, and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
289
6 Feb. Woodstock. Concerning the vill of Woodstock, which has been committed. The king has granted the vill of Woodstock at farm to William de Ruston’, Robert Turner, Richard of Marden, Andrew Caperun, Master John Beneit, Nicholas Baker, William Parker and Henry Parker, the king’s men of Woodstock, together with the fair of the same vill and with two mills and their weirs, and the meadow that is called maydee beneath Oxford castle pertaining to the said vill of Oxford, to have and hold for the six years next following All Saints in the thirty-fifth year by paying £32 12s. 8½d. per annum at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas.
[in the Roll]
a.
This entry is dated ‘7 Feb.’in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 4.
290
Concerning the vill of Hordley, which has been committed. The king has granted his vill of Hordley at farm to Master John Beneit for the six years next following All Saints in the thirty-fifth year by paying £8 8s. 5d. per annum at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. He has also granted to the same John that, by the view of the keeper of the king’s wood of Wootton, he may have reasonable estover in the same wood to sustain the king’s houses 1 of Hordley and their wainages.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘the king’s houses’ repeated in error but cancelled by expunction.
291
Concerning the vill and hundred of Wootton, which has been committed. The king has granted his vill and hundred of Wootton at farm to Stephen Bauzan with all appurtenances, to have and hold for the six years next following All Saints in the thirty-fifth year by paying £34 14s. 8d. per annum at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, saving to the king the advowson of the church of the same vill, reliefs, scutages, wardships and marriages from the knights’ fees. He has also granted to the same Stephen the pasture within the park of Woodstock for the king’s demesne oxen of Wootton, and that he may have reasonable estover in the wood of Wootton by the view of the keeper of the same wood, in order to sustain the king’s houses and wainages.
[in the Roll]
292
Concerning the vills of Bladon, Combe and Bloxham, which have been committed. The king has granted his vills of Bladon, Combe, Bloxham, Hanborough and Stonesfield at farm to John of Hanborough and Peter de Legh‘ for the six years next following All Saints in the thirty-fifth year by paying £98 4s. 2½d. per annum at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, saving to the king advowsons of the churches, reliefs, scutages, wardships and marriages from the knights’ fees. He has also granted to the aforesaid John and Peter the pasture within the park of Woodstock for the king’s demesne oxen of the same vills and his demesne cows with their issue, and that they may have reasonable estover in the king’s woods pertaining to the abovesaid vills by the view of the keeper of the same woods, in order to sustain the king’s houses and wainages.
[in the Roll]
293
Concerning the vills of Bladon, Combe and Bloxham, which have been committed. Apart from the £174 for which the abovesaid farmers will answer, John of Hanborough, keeper of the king’s houses of Woodstock, will answer for the £6 which he receives from the king’s demesne of Great Barrington from the prior of Llanthony Secunda, and the manor of Woodstock is to answer thus with its members excepting the park, meadow, dovecote and pond for £180. 1
[in the Roll]
1.
For another version of this entry see no. 282 above.
294
[No date]. Sussex. William of Exceat gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before John of Gatesden. Order to the sheriff of Sussex 1 to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘Essex’.
295
[No date]. Worcestershire. Richard de Wimbis’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
296
[No date]. Warwickshire. Richard de Kinton’ and Matilda, his wife, give the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
297
11 Feb. Windsor. Concerning surrendering Gloucester castle. Order to Henry of Bath to surrender Gloucester castle with appurtenances, which is in his custody, to the king without delay.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
298
[No date]. Norfolk. Alan de Couesham, Cecilia, his wife, Beatrice daughter of John, and Margaret, sister of the aforesaid Cecilia, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk.
[S’, in the Roll]
299
[No date]. Devon. Geoffrey d’Aumale gives the king 20s. for taking an assize before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
300
Concerning levying the king’s debts. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to cause the below-written debts to be levied and sent to the king without delay, to be delivered into the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the same Wardrobe, namely 2s. from William Toky for a trespass, half a mark from Thomas Goldsmith for the same, 4s. from Piota the Jewess of Oxford for the same, 10s. from John de Burencestr’ for the same, half a mark from John Baker for the same, 10s. from John Jeuosdy for the same, 3s. William Godescallus for the same, and 20s. from Elias Blund for the same.
301
For Ralph Bigod. The king has granted to Ralph Bigod that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 40 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 10 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 40 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
302
Concerning a fine for having a charter. The abbot of Roche of Yorkshire gives the king 20 m. for having a charter of warren in Roche, Armthorpe and Brantcliffe and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[in the Roll]
303
[No date]. Somerset. Amice de la Barre gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
304
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Walter Mansel owes the king 11 m. for having a charter concerning certain land in Munster in Ireland and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[in the compendium roll]
305
Leicestershire. Beatrice, who was the wife of William de Charnel’, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
306
[No date]. Suffolk. Stephen, son of William Aylward, gives the king one mark for taking an assize before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
307
Norfolk. Hugh de Crauden’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll, in the compendium roll]
308
Westmorland. Thomas de Helton’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Westmorland to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
309
[No date]. Warwickshire. Robert son of Nicholas gives the king 5 m. for having a pone at the petition of the defendant. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc. By Master S. of Walton.
[S’, in the Roll]
310
For Henry de Maulay and William of Axmouth. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to distrain the abbot of Malmesbury by his lands and chattels to render £80 to William of Axmouth and Henry de Maulay, formerly keepers of Malmesbury abbey, for the plough-beasts, corn and stock bought from them while the aforesaid abbey was vacant and in the king’s hand, for which they ought to answer the king by their hand at the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
311
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Matthew de Columbariis owes the king 11 m. for having a charter of warren in the manor of Bincknoll in Wiltshire and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[in the Roll]
312
[No date]. Norfolk. Martin, parson of the church of Cantley, gives the king one mark for having a writ that is called utrum [returnable] at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The fine is for a ‘pone’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 4.
313
18 Feb. Windsor. Because otherwise in the Patent Roll. The king has committed his castle of Gloucester to Mathias Bezill together with tine (of ale) and weirs pertaining to the same castle to keep for as long as it pleases the king, 1 and he is to render £10 per annum to the king for the aforesaid tine, which the king has remitted to him in the first year, 2 and he will answer for the lampreys coming from the aforesaid weirs. 3 The king will sustain the aforesaid weirs at his own costs. 4
1.
‘to keep for as long as it pleases the king’ interlined.
2.
‘which the king has remitted to him in the first year’ interlined.
3.
Witness clause entered here. The same corrective hand adds the following.
4.
Entry cancelled because otherwise in the Patent Roll. See CPR 1247–1258, p. 89 (dated 4 March at Westminster). It is marked with four crosses in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
314
Order to William Mansel and Nicholas Burdun to view in what state Henry of Bath, formerly keeper of the same castle, divested himself of that castle and in what state Mathias Bezill received it, and they are to signify what they will find to the king. 1 Later, the king remitted £10 to them and they have letters patent for this. 2
1.
Witness clause entered here. Another hand adds the following.
2.
Entry cancelled because otherwise in the Patent Roll.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
315
Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to permit the same Mathias to have custody of the same weirs, as aforesaid.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
316
[No date]. Norfolk. Odo son of Odo gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
317
[No date]. Surrey. John Saucer and Alvitha, his wife, Martin Bruniger and Isabella, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before H. of Bratton at the day and place etc. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
318
For William Haket. The king has granted to William Haket that he may pay 16s. 8d. at Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 5 m. at which he was amerced before Henry of Bratton for disseisin, 16s. 8d. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 33s. 4d. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
319
For Hubert de Rumilly. The king has granted to Hubert de Rumilly that, of the £10 at which he was amerced for a trespass, he may render moiety at Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
320
[No date]. Kent. Thomas le Westereis, Isunbaldus de Broc, Roger Palmer, William de Soberton’, Thomas de Newenham’, William le Gilden’, and Thomas le Gilden’ give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
321
19 Feb. Windsor. For the prior of Mattersey. The king has granted to the prior of Mattersey that he may render 20s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 10 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire for trespass of the forest, 20s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, another 3 m. in the following year at the same terms, and the remaining 4 m. in the third year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
322
For Thomas of Moulton and his men of Holbeach. The king has given respite, until one month after Easter Day in the thirty-fifth year, from the 100 m. at which Thomas of Moulton was amerced for disseisin before H. of Bath and his associates, itinerant justices taking the common pleas in Lincolnshire, and from the £20 at which the men of the same Thomas of Holbeach were amerced before the same justices there for the same disseisin. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
323
[No date]. Sussex. Franc de Bohun gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The sum of the fine is given as ‘one mark’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 4.
324
[No date]. Staffordshire. Thomas de Hamsted’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
325
20 Feb. Kempton. For Thomas de la Mare. The king has granted to Thomas de la Mare that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the £20 by which he made [fine] with him because he took Juliana, daughter of Roger de Millichope, who was of the king’s gift, to wife with the king’s licence, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 20 m. at the same terms for the two years next following. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to permit Thomas to have the same terms. By R. fitz Nicholas.
[in the Roll]
326
21 Feb. Westminster. Concerning making payment for the king’s herrings. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk not to pay other than 35s. for each last 1 of the sixteen lasts of herrings that he bought to the king’s use from the men of Great Yarmouth because those herriings are of no [? other] value. He is to cause each of those from whom he bought the remaining herrings, up to the sum of fifty lasts, as the king has ordered him at other times by a writ of computate, to be paid 30s. per last and not more, for the king shall not cause more to be allowed to him in his account. By P. Peyvre.
1.
Corrected from ‘for fourteen lasts, namely ’
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
327
For William de Fancourt and Rose, his wife. The king has pardoned to William de Fancourt and Rose, his wife, all but 5s., which is to be rendered at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, of the mark at which they were amerced before the justices last itinerant in Wiltshire for false claim, and of the half-mark for having licence to make concord before the justices of the Bench. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to be quit from 15s. and to have the same term for the remaining 5s.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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328
22 Feb. Westminster. For John son of Andrew. The king has granted to John son of Andrew that he may render 15 m. annually the Exchequer of the 59 m. 5s. 3½d. that remain to be paid of the 200 m. at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege) at Windsor for a trespass, namely 7½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 7½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 15 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 59 m. 5s. 3½d. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms. 1 By the king. Testified by R. Walerand.
1.
The authority clause is added by a different hand to that which drafted the main body of the entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
329
23 Feb. Westminster. For the earl of Essex and Hereford. The king has given respite to H. de Bohun, earl of Essex and Hereford, until one month from Easter in the thirty-fifth year, from the 100s. which the sheriff of Huntingdonshire exacts from Thomas son of Brian by summons of the Exchequer and which the earl says he ought to receive by the liberty of his forest of Kimbolton. Order to the aforesaid sheriff to permit him to have the aforesaid respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
330
Berkshire. Osbert de Drayton and Constantina, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
331
[No date]. Leicestershire. James son of Roger and Felicia, his wife, give the king half 1 a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘one’.
332
[No date]. Warwickshire. William de Waur’ and Juliana, his wife, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
333
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Phillip Cosin of Burgo, Hugelina, who was the wife of William son of Robert of Saltfleetby, Beatrice de Marton’, Cecilia, who was the wife of Gilbert de Billing’, and William de la Puaunch’ of Normanby give the king 20s. 1 for taking an assize before G. of Preston and A. of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc. for 20s. as previously.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘give the king 20s.’ interlined.
334
Concerning a fine for having a charter. W. des Forz, count of Aumale, gives the king 21 m. for a charter for having a warren at Pocklington and a market and fair at Ravenser Odd in Yorkshire, and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[in the Roll]
335
24 Feb. Westminster. For Phillip de Staunton’. The king has granted to Phillip de Staunton’ that he may render 6 m. annually at the Exchequer for all his debts that he owes him from the time he was sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, namely 3 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 3 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 6 m. thus from year to year until the aforesaid debts are paid to the king, so that if any escheats happen to accrue to Phillip while this payment is pending, his payment per annum shall increase. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By P. Peyvre.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
336
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Robert of Crepping owes the king 11 m. for having a charter concerning land formerly of Ralph de Duffeud’ and Emma, his wife, in Snaith and for acquitting it from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
337
Essex. Geoffrey Bucointe gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
338
Cumberland. Alan of Coupland gives the king 2 m. for having a writ of trespass relating to the county of Cumberland before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
339
Because otherwise below. The king has granted to Robert de Worth’, parson of Stockport, that he may render £25 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the £100 at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Nottinghamshire to take the pleas of the forest, £25 at the Exchequer of Easter next following, £25 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, and £25 at the Exchequer of Easter next following. 1 Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms. 2 By the king. Attested by R. Walerand.
1.
‘and £25 at the Exchequer of Easter next following’ interlined.
2.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. See no. 431. It is marked with three crosses in the margin. The authority clause which follws is added by a different hand to that which drafted the main body of the entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
340
[No date]. Gloucestershire. William de Tracy of Gloucestershire owes the king 10 m. for a disseisin that he made against Thomas de Doynton’, concerning which an assize was taken before Robert Walerand.
[S’, in the Roll]
341
Kent. Robert le Fred and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
342
[No date]. Somerset. Robert le Pic of Kingeston’ gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to transfer a plea] concerning livestock that has been taken. Order to the sheriff of Somerset.
[S’, in the Roll]
343
[No date]. Somerset. Walter Meger gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable before the justices] at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
344
[No date]. Cumberland. Wido de Boyvill’ gives the king 40s. for taking an assize before G. de Langley and his associates, justices of the forest. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
345
Sussex. John Stosmich gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
346
2 March. Westminster. For Thomas Page. The king has granted to Thomas Page that he may render 30s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 40s. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Norfolk to take the common pleas, and of the 20s. of the fine that he made with him before the same, and 30s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 By the king.
1.
‘William Dacre’ crossed through on the line above this entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
347
For the prior of Hornchurch. The king has pardoned to the prior of Hornchurch the 40s. at which he was amerced before R. Passelewe and his associates, itinerant justices of forest pleas in Essex, together with £4 20d. for the crop of a purpresture created by the same prior in the king’s forest of Essex, and 2 m. because he occupied that purpresture without warrant. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
348
2 March. Westminster. Concerning the county of Gloucestershire, which has been committed. The king has committed his county of Gloucestershire and his hundreds of Winchcombe, Holford and Kiftsgate to Richard of Cromhall to keep for as long as it pleases the king, and he will answer for 100 m. per annum for the aforesaid county, and he will answer for the issues of the aforesaid hundreds at the Exchequer. The manor of King’s Barton outside Gloucester is to remain in the custody of John le Fleming.
[in the Roll]
349
[No date]. Sussex. Matilda Hukebech’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
350
3 March. Westminster. Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of William, son and heir of William de Cantilupe, for all lands and tenements which the same William held from the king in chief. Order to Henry of Wingham that, having accepted security from the aforesaid William for rendering £100 to the king for 1 his relief, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid William, his father, of which the same William was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died and which fall to the same William by hereditary right. 2 He is to render a moiety of this at St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at All Saints next following.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘£100 for’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is added by another hand.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5, reads ‘Wiltshire’.
351
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. The abbot of Woburn gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
352
For Robert of Stamford. The king has granted to Robert of Stamford that he may render 4½ m. in the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 13½ m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant at Norwich, 4½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 4 ½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
353
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Alexander de Staure gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum [for a plea] before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This entry reads slightly differently in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5, in that the fine is for ‘taking an assize before Master S. of Walton’.
354
4 March. Westminster. For William de Cantilupe junior. The king has granted to William de Cantilupe junior that he may render £30 annually at the Exchequer of the £7 10s. of the remainder of the farm of Calne, of the £201 and one mark of several debts, of 50 m. of a prest [made] by Paulinus Peyvre and Thomas of Newark, of £193 and half a mark of the remainder of a fine for having the custody of the lands [and heir] of Hugh de Gournay, of £90 6s. 0½d. of the remainder of the farm of Bridgwater, of 60s. of the aid to marry the king’s daughter from a fee of Hugh de Lisle, of 20 m. of the prest of Brittany, of 8s. of the chattels of a fugitive, and of 200 m. of a prest made by Brother Geoffrey to the king’s beloved and faithful William de Cantilupe senior, which debts are exacted from William de Cantilupe junior, son and heir of the aforesaid William, namely £15 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, £15 at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £30 thus from year to year at the same terms until all of the aforesaid debts are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king and his council.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
355
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Later, the king remitted the aforesaid 11 m. to him, and he has a writ to the barons of the Exchequer. Master Paulinus de Bampton’ owes the king 11 m. for a charter to have a market and fair in his manor of Tideswell in Derbyshire and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[in the Roll]
356
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn owes the king 11 m. for a charter to have a warren in his manor of Ashford in Derbyshire and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This entry reads slightly differently in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5, in that the fine is ‘for having a fair in Ashford’.
357
For Phillip Luvel. The king has granted to Phillip Luvel, his clerk, that he may render 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 50 m. which he owes him for the remainder of a fine of £100 that he made with him for the custody of the land and heir of Vivian de Standon’, and 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the twenty-sixth [Sic] year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
358
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to Thomas Mansel, the king’s escheator in Buckinghamshire, to take into the king’s hand the manor of Ludgershall, which Sibyl of Huntingfield held in dower of the lands formerly of Walter de Treyly, formerly her husband, who held from the king in chief, as is said, and to keep it safely until the king orders otherwise. Because R. earl of Gloucester claims to have right to the custody of the aforesaid manor, order to the same Thomas to permit the same earl to till the lands therein until the quindene of Easter next to come if he will wish.
[in the Roll]
359
For Walter de Burgh. The king has granted to Walter de Burgh that he may render £20 per annum at the Exchequer of the £100 which remain to be rendered to him of the 400 m. by which he made fine with him for a trespass and for having the king’s benevolence, namely £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, £10 at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £20 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £100 are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
360
5 March. Westminster. For Elias le Eveske and Aaron son of Abraham. The king has granted to Elias le Eveske and Aaron son of Abraham, Jews of London, those £40 which were found in the king’s chest above the £100 that were owed to Aaron of York, Cok son of Aaron and Isaac, son of Elias le Eveske, Jews, for the old debts of William de Warenne, on condition that they shall render 40s. of those £40 to the king annually at the Exchequer, namely 20s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 20s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, and thus from year to year at the same terms until the same £40 are paid to the king. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause Elias and Aaron to have the debt of those £40 and the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
361
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The abbot of Bayham gives the king £10 for a charter to have a market and fair in his manor of Rockland in Sussex and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery. He is to render this to the king at the Exchequer of Easter.
[S’, in the Roll]
362
For William son of Roger. The king has granted to William son of Roger that, of the £73 and one mark which he owes him for Andrew Bukerel of the debt of Maty son of William and of the portion falling to him of 1 the £36 and half a mark which are exacted by summons of the Exchequer from the tenants of the lands and tenements of Roger son of Isabella 2 for Jewish debts, he may render 10 m. each year until the whole aforesaid debt is paid to the king, namely 5 m. at Easter and 5 m. at Michaelmas, the first term beginning at Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer etc. By Edward of Westminster.
1.
‘of the portion falling to him of’ interlined.
2.
‘from the tenants of the lands and tenements of Roger son of Isabella’ is an interlineal correction for ‘exacted from him’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
363
For Margaret de Redvers. The king has granted to Margaret de Redvers that she may pay £50 annually at the Exchequer of the £341 5s. which she owes him for the arrears of the farm of Stratton’, namely £25 at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, £25 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and £50 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £341 5s. are paid to the king. Notification to the barons of the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
364
[No date]. Oxfordshire. John de Aure gives the king one mark for having 1 a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘having’ interlined.
365
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Richard Filliol owes the king 20 m. for a charter of warren in Kelvedon and Little Baddow in Essex, for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery, and for a writ to have quittance from juries, assizes and recognitions.
[S’, in the Roll]
366
8 March. Stratford Langthorne. Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take the manor of Eastham, which is of the inheritance of Luke, son of Henry of Eastham, into the king’s hand with the chattels found in the same manor 1 until he has command from the king otherwise.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘with the chattels found in the same manor’ interlined.
367
Concerning a county which has been committed. The king has committed the county of Kent and the manor and hundred of Milton with appurtenances 1 to Reginald of Cobham to keep for as long as it pleases the king, rendering 520 m. for it annually at the Exchequer in all things and answering for the wards pertaining to Rochester castle, so that he keeps the castles of Rochester and Canterbury at his own cost. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
1.
‘with appurtenances’ repeated in error.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
368
8 March. Waltham. For the abbot of Westminster. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Westminster 40 m. of the debts in which he is bound to Licoricia of Oxford, Jewess. Order to Phillip Luvel to cause the same abbot to be quit from the aforesaid 40 m. and to cause them to be allowed to the same Jewess in her next tallage. By the king
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
369
9 March. Waltham. For the abbot of Welbeck. The king has granted to the abbot of Welbeck that he may render 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 65 m. which remain to be rendered to him of the 100 m. by which the abbot made fine with him before the justices last itinerant in Nottinghamshire to take the pleas of the forest for trespass of the forest, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and the remaining 15 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to permit the same abbot to have the same terms. By the king
370
For Emma Wastehus’. The king has granted to Emma Wastehus’ that she may pay a moiety of the £10 at which she was amerced before G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire, for trespass of the forest, at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By P. de Rivallis.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
371
Concerning selling the goods formerly of W. de Plessetis. Order to the sheriff of Rutland to sell without delay all chattels formerly of W. de Plessetis in his bailiwick in whoever’s hand they will be, and to cause the king’s advantage to be made from the corn, hay and oxen which remained in the hands of Mabel Danish of the goods of the same, so that he answers for them at the Exchequer. If Mabel will wish to have those chattels by the value at others will wish to give for them, he is to demise them to her and signify the king about the quantity and value of the chattels.
[in the Roll]
372
3 March. Westminster. Concerning the abbey of Pershore, which has been committed. The king has committed the vacant abbey of Pershore to Henry of Wingham to keep for as long as it pleases the king.
[in the Roll]
373
[No date]. Wiltshire. The abbot of Malmesbury gives the king 10 m. for having back his liberties that have been taken into the king’s hand, of which he is to render 5 m. in the quindene of Easter and 5 m. at Michaelmas.
[in the Roll]
a.
It appears that the marginal annotation ‘S’’ has been erased in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5.
374
Devon. Robert de Prudeslond’ gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]

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375
12 March. Saffron Walden. For William le Bustlere. The king has granted to William le Bustlere that he may render 5 m. per annum, namely at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before H. of Bath for an assize in which he was convicted by 24 knights before the same Henry, and 5 m. thus from year to year at the same term until the aforesaid 20 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
376
For William le Bustlere. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire that, having accepted security from the aforesaid William for rendering the aforesaid 20 m. to the king at the aforesaid terms, he is to cause him to be delivered from the prison in which he is detained.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
377
Cambridgeshire. William Wardeben gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
378
Bedfordshire. The prior of St. Neots gives the king 2 m. for having an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston and Master S. of Walton against W. de Beauchamp of Bedford and others. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
379
Suffolk. Robert, parson of the church of Onehouse, gives the king 20s. for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege) against Matthew de Lovano. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
380
Norfolk. Thomas son of Ralph gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
381
16 March. Bury St. Edmunds. For Simon de Staynesgrive. The king has granted to Simon de Staynesgrive that he may render 17½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year of the 35 m. which remain to be rendered of the 60 m. at which he was amerced before G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Herefordshire, for trespass of the forest, and the remaining 17½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
382
For Simon de Staynesgrive. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to permit him to have the aforesaid terms,
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
383
Cambridgeshire. Walter of Limbury gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
384
[No date]. A fine for a confirmation. The abbot of Tilty gives the king 60 m. for having a confirmation from the king, of which he is to render 20 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year, 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaemas next following, and 20 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year.
[in the Roll]
a.
It appears that the marginal annotation ‘S’’ has been erased in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5.
385
Worcestershire. William Bernulf gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
386
Essex. Osbert de Thorp’ and Margaret, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum [for a plea] and for taking an assize before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
387
Norfolk. William of Larling gives the king 2 m. for taking two assizes before Roger of Thirkleby by divers writs. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
388
20 March. Norwich. For Peter Branch. The king has pardoned to Peter Branch the 6½ m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Norfolk for the common summons. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
389
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William Le Marescall’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
390
For John, son of John de Wockingham. The king has taken the homage of John, son and heir of John de Wockingham’, for all lands and tenements which the aforesaid John, his father, held from the king in chief in Yorkshire. Order to Thomas of Stamford and his co-escheator in the aforesaid county that, having accepted security for rendering £10 to the king at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of St. John next following, they are to cause the abovesaid John to have full seisin of all lands and tenements which the aforesaid John held from the king in chief in the aforesaid county and of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died.
[S’, in the Roll under Stamford_of_thomas]
391
[No date]. Fine. For the abbot of Netley. The abbot of Netley has made fine with the king by £100 for having a charter of liberties and for having another charter, similarly, to have a warren, market and fair. The king has granted those £100 to him for the works on his church.
[S’, in the Roll]
392
Norfolk. John de Marinis, Ralph Chaplain and Robert Hylling’ give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum [for a plea] and for taking an assize before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5, the details of the assize are omitted.
393
Norfolk. Reginald le Gras gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
394
23 March. Gimingham. For Peter Branch. The king has given respite to Peter Branch, until St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fifth year, from the £16 14s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the time when he was in the king’s service in Gascony with three knights himself being one by the king’s order. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
395
Northamptonshire. Gilbert Duraunt gives the king 20s. for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
396
Shropshire. The abbot of Buildwas gives the king 4 m. for taking three assizes before Master Simon of Walton and Giles of Erdington and for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
397
Norfolk. Robert de Hyll’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
398
26 March. Walsingham. For the men of John de Warenne. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to place in respite, until the quindene of Easter next to come, all distraints and demands that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from the men of John de Warenne of new land for their amercements before the justices last itinerant in his county. 1
1.
Uncertain translation of 'de nova terra'.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
399
For Peter de Abusun. Because the king has provided Peter de Abusun, his cousin, to an ecclesiastical benefice, notification to the sheriff of Oxfordshire that he shall henceforth not pay him those £20 which the king ordered him to pay from the farm of his vill of Oxford every year, but he [the sheriff] is to answer for them in full at the Exchequer.
400
Norfolk. Emma Botild’ gives the king one mark for having a writ of attaint relating to the county of Norfolk before the justices at Cattishall. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
401
Lincolnshire. Ivetta de Tyth gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
402
Norfolk. Peter son of Aildrith’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Norfolk to the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
403
[No date]. Because the king pardoned it to him later. The prior of Castle Acre has promised the king 5 m. of his gift, which he will pay to him at St. John the Baptist next to come. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because the king pardoned it to him later.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
404
Norfolk. Robert de Hyll’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
405
Norfolk. Robert, parson of the church of Houton’, gives the king 20s. for having before the king (coram Rege) the record of a plea that was before the justices last itinerant in Norfolk, and he has land in the same county by which he is to be distrained.
[S’, in the Roll]
406
Norfolk. Richard of Fulmodeston and Margaret, his wife, Reginald Chapman and Agnes, his wife, and Adam de Warham and Alice, his wife, give the king 20s. for having an assize of mort d’ancestor before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
407
Norfolk. Ralph Bond gives the king half a mark for having a writ relating to the county of Norfolk before the justices at Cattishall. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This entry is simply for a ‘writ ad terminum [for a plea] at Catteshall’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5.
408
[No date]. Norfolk. Reginald Child, Ralph Botild, Roger of Pulham, Robert de Stanfeud’, Peter of Bircham and Katherine, his wife, Godfrey Beudut 1 and Clarice, his wife, William Porter and Basilia, his wife, and Hubert Scot and Agnes, his wife, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
This surname could read 'Wendut'.
409
[No date]. Essex. The prior of Stoke by Clare gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
410
Norfolk. The king has pardoned to the prioress of Blackborough the 6s. 6d. which are exacted from her for a common fine of the whole county from the last eyre of the justices in the same county. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to permit her to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
411
Norfolk. The prior of Coxford gives the king 5 m. for changing the day of his fair of East Rudham in Norfolk.
[S’, in the Roll]
412
Cornwall. Walter Adelard gives the king 2 m. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Cornwall to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5, has been corrected to ‘Gloucestershire’ from ‘Cornwall’.
413
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Richard of Tideswell gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
414
Norfolk. Thomas son of John gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
415
Norfolk. Geoffrey of Bittering and Simon de Kaylly give the king one mark for having two appeals relating to the county of Norfolk before the justices at Cattishall. 1 Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘Ipswich’ by expunction.
416
Shropshire. Fecht’ son of Fecch’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Shropshire to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
417
29 March. Ely. Warwickshire. Agnes, who was the wife of Roger Heyrun, gives the king one mark for having a record [of a plea moved] from the county court of Warwickshire to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
418
For William le Grant. The king has granted to William le Grant that he may pay £10 annually of the 40 m. at which he was amerced before G. de Langley and his associates, justices of the forest last itinerant in Nottinghamshire, of which he has paid 10 m. to the king, as he says, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus from year to year until it is all paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 Later, in the thirty-sixth year, the sheriff was ordered to permit the same William to have the same terms. By P. de Rivallis.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is written on the right-hand edge of the membrane parallel to the three entries that now follow.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
419
[No date]. Because he did not have it. William Russell gives the king one mark for having a pone [to transfer a plea] concerning livestock that has been taken [before the justices] at the first session. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
420
[No date]. Suffolk. Alice, who was the wife of Robert son of Roger, gives the king one mark for a writ. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5, reads ‘Nottinghamshire’. This entry is also entered out of chronological sequence there, being entered between entries 402 and 404.
421
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William of Ayston gives the king one mark for taking an assize before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
422
Norfolk. Nicholas of Stradsett owes the king 11 m. for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
a.
This entry ends in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 5, ‘He has land in Norfolk’.
423
[No date]. Norfolk. William, son of Peter of Hilgay, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
424
[No date]. Norfolk. The same William gives the king another 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the same R. Order to the same sheriff etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
425
31 March. Fen Ditton. For Enguerrand de Fiennes. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to place in respite the distraint that he makes upon Enguerrand de Fiennes for 40 m. of the debts of Robert de Guines until the quindene of Easter.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
426
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. William Graundin gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
427
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. The abbot of Sawtry gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the same G. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
428
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. The same abbot gives the king another mark for taking another assize before the same G. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
429
[No date]. Dorset. William Gentil gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
430
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Henry Martin gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
431
3 April. St. Albans. For Robert de Worth’. The king has granted to Robert de Worth’, parson of Stockport, that he may render £12 10s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the £100 at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Nottinghamshire to take the pleas of the forest, £12 10s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £25 thus per annum for the three years next following at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Robert to have the abovesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1
1.
An earlier, cancelled version of this entry can be found at no. 339 above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
432
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Bartholomew Young and Isabella, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
There appears to be a membrane missing in the originalia roll, E 371/16 from this point, as the next recorded entry is no. 486 below.

Membrane 14

433
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Sibyl daughter of Ralph gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
434
For Richard de Gatham. The king has granted to Richard de Gatham’ that he may render 25s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the £10 at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire for trespass of the forest, 25s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 50s. thus per annum for the three following years at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
435
6 April. Harrow. For the abbot of Missenden. The king has granted to the abbot of Missenden that, of the 13 m. 20d. which he owes him, of which 100s. are owed for the default that he made before the justices last itinerant in Buckinghamshire and 75s. for arrears of a sergeanty, he may render a moiety at the Exchequer in the quindene of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety in the quindene of Michaelmas next following. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to permit the same abbot to have the same respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
436
[No date]. Westmorland. John de Heslac, who has killed Roger de Heveresheym, gives the king 20 m. for having an inquisition concerning that death. Order to the sheriff of Westmorland to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
437
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Nicholas Passelewe gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
438
[No date]. Staffordshire. Hugh, son of Ralph de Stanton’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
439
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Robert Brachell gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
440
10 April. Westminster. For William de Beauchamp of Elmley. The king has given respite to William de Beauchamp of Elmley from all debts in which he is bound to him until St. John the Baptist. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit him to have the same respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
441
For Maurice fitz Gerald. The king has granted to Maurice fitz Gerald that he may render 100 m. per annum at the Dublin Exchequer of the 500 m. which he owes him for a fine that he made with him, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 100 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 500 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Dublin Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
442
[No date]. Shropshire. Geoffrey de Lydwich’ gives the king one mark for having a writ for four knights to hear he whom he will attorn. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
443
[No date]. Kent. Walter de Stok’ gives the king one mark for having a writ before the king (coram Rege) concerning mayhem and breach of the king’s peace. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
444
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Cecilia Tailleboys gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before [the justices of] the Bench, concerning livestock that has been taken and unjustly detained. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
445
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Richard de Estfeld’ and Clarice de Estfeld’ give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king’s justices at Eton upon the king’s next arrival at Windsor. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
446
[No date]. Derbyshire. Avice la Vedue of Eyton’ gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before [the justices of] the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
447
[No date]. Derbyshire. Master Richard de Rupe gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before [the justices of] the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
448
[No date]. Derbyshire. William Trunket gives the king half a mark for the same. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
449
[No date]. London. [Alan] Balun owes the king 100s., at which he was amerced by the king, for trespass of the markets, of which he is to render a moiety in the quindene of Easter at the Exchequer and a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
450
13 April. Westminster. For Reginald de Berneval. The king has granted to Reginald de Berneval that he may pay 5 m. at the Dublin Exchequer at St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fifth year of the 20 m. for which he was pledge towards the king for Geoffrey de Mariscis for a fine for his ransom that he made with the king, 5 m. at Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 5 m. at St. John the Baptist next following, and 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year. Order to the barons of the Dublin Exchequer to cause this to be done etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
451
15 April. Westminster. For Osbert de Trop’ and Margaret, his wife. On account of the poverty of Osbert de Trop’ and Margaret, his wife, the king has pardoned to them one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri that they arraigned against Ralph Grantvassal, concerning a tenement in Sible Hedingham. Order to the sheriff of Essex that notwithstanding the king’s order to take security for the aforesaid mark to the king’s use for the aforesaid assize, he is to cause that assize to come before the aforesaid Nicholas at the day and place that Nicholas will cause him to know, and to permit them to be quit from the aforesaid mark.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
452
Gloucestershire. Roger de Boyville gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before [the justices of] the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
453
[No date]. Staffordshire. Sabina, daughter of Thomas de Norton’, and Matilda and Alice, her sisters, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
454
Concerning making distraint. Order to Master S. of Walton to distrain the men of the manor of Feckenham to render to the king the arrears of the farm of the same manor without delay.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
455
For William de Stuteville. The king has granted to William de Stuteville that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 10 m. by which he made fine with him for trespass of the forest in Yorkshire, and 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
456
[No date]. Kent. John of Ospringe, Thomas de Hecham’ and Bartholomew, John and Robert, brothers of the same Thomas, give the king one mark for resummoning a plea concerning a tenement in Sittingbourne which was before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
457
[No date]. Essex. Eleanor, who was the wife of Sevarius Baker, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
458
[No date]. Sussex. Henry de Sywell’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
459
[No date]. Staffordshire. Simon, abbot of Hulton, gives the king one mark for taking an attaint of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton and Robert de Grend’. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
460
17 April. For William de St. Leger. The king has given respite, until Michaelmas, to William de St. Leger from the £12 12s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the arrears of the the king’s expedition into the land of Gascony. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William to have the same respite. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
461
18 April. Merton. For William d’Aubigny. The king has granted to William d’Aubigny his mill outside Gloucester called Goosewhite Mill’ with appurtenances, to hold from the king at farm for as long as it pleases the king, rendering 15s. for it each year at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to cause William to have full seisin of that mill with appurtenances.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
462
[No date]. Surrey. Walter de Witteworth’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize before John of Cobham. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
463
[No date]. Surrey. Thomas de Witteworth’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
464
Concerning the execution of the testament of John de Chanceaux. Peter de St. Hillary and the other executors of the testament of John de Chanceaux give the king 5 m. for a writ to have free administration of the chattels formerly of John de Chanceaux, as is written below, in order to make execution of his testament.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
465
Concerning the execution of the testament of John de Chanceaux. Order to H. of Wingham and his co-escheator in 1 Northamptonshire to cause Peter de St. Hillary and the co-executors of the testament of John de Chanceaux to have full seisin of all goods formerly of the abovesaid John, which they took into the king’s hand for the debts in which he was bound to the king, because the king has betaken himself to the heir of the abovesaid deceased for the abovesaid debts, as the same debts were attermined for the same John and his heirs at the Exchequer.
1.
The beginning this entry to this point is written over an erasure.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
466
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Robert, son of William de Sule, gives the king 20s. for having the assize that he arraigned before the justices at the first session before Master S. of Walton and William de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
467
[No date]. Rutland. Jordan de Seyton’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Rutland to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
468
For Auda de Boeles. The king has pardoned to the damsel Auda de Boeles all amercements at which her men of Bulwell were amerced before G. de Langley for trespass of the forest. Order to the same G. not to place those amercements in the summonses of the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
469
[No date]. Warwickshire. Robert de Bruyly gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Robert Walerand and Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
470
For Robert Mallore. The king has granted to Robert Mallore, canon of Southwell, that he may pay 20 m. per annum of the 80 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire for trespass of the forest of Sherwood, namely 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 20 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 80 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
471
[No date]. Herefordshire. Hawise, daughter of Phillip le Grant, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton and Robert de Grend’. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
472
[No date]. Dorset. Master Henry, son of William de Stikelan’, gives the king one mark for a writ for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Dorset.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
473
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Ralph son of William gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
474
[No date]. Derbyshire. Ralph de Grendon’ and Matilda Peche give the king one mark for taking an assize before Master S. of Walton and Robert Vavassur. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
475
Concerning money to be delivered to J. de Somercotes and R. Tailor. Order to Thomas of Durham to cause J. of Somercotes and R. Tailor to have those £100 that he owes the king for wool which the king sold to him, in order to make purchases for the king in the fair of St. Ives. The king will cause them to be allowed to him at the Exchequer of Easter. 1
1.
‘at the Exchequer of Easter’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
476
Concerning a fine for the custody of the Pershore abbey. For the 132 m. by which Brother Elerius, elect of Pershore, made fine with him, a moiety to be rendered in the Wardrobe in the quindene of Easter in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at Michaelmas next following, the king has granted him all issues that arose from the abbey of Pershore and the manors pertaining to it while it was vacant and in the king’s hand. Order to Henry of Wingham to cause the same elect to have full seisin of the aforesaid issues. 1 By the king.
1.
Entry marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
477
10 April. Westminster. For Matilda de Lacy. The king has committed to Matilda de Lacy his manor of Dilwyn with appurtenances, to hold at farm for three years by rendering £40 to him at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and a moiety at Christmas, saving to the king the wardships, escheats and the advowson of the church of the same manor.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
478
20 April. Merton. For Roger of Rudston. The king has granted to Roger of Rudston that he may pay one mark per annum of the arrears of the debt in which he is bound to him for the fine which he made with him for ancient debts, even though he has not yet observed his terms, at the same terms which the king had previously granted to him, until the aforesaid debt is paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
479
[No date]. Hampshire. John de Cheyham gives the king 4 m. for having a writ of inquiry. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
480
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Adam de Somery of Bygrave gives the king one mark for the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
481
Yorkshire. John of Bulmer in Yorkshire owes the king 20 m. for having a charter of warren and for acquitting it from the [fees of the] Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
482
Derbyshire. John de Grey owes the king 11 m. for a charter to have a market and fair at his manor of Shirland in Derbyshire and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
483
21 April. Chertsey. Concerning liberties to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire to take into the king’s hand the liberty and market of Biggleswade and the liberty and market of Stony Stratford and keep them safely until etc., so that he answers for the issues of the same at the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
484
[No date]. Concerning liberties to be taken into the king’s hand. The liberties and market of Ashwell have been taken in the same manner, excepting the part of the abbot of Westminster, and the liberty and market of Bishops Stortford, and he is to keep them and answer for them at the Exchequer by the sheriff of Hertfordshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 13

485
From here it is to be sent to the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
486
[No date]. Oxfordshire. John, son of Amice de Kersinton’, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
a.
No marginal annotations can be made out beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, as the left margin has been lost. The right margin has also been lost.
487
23 April. Windsor. For Michael de Mala Nodario. The king, at the instance of Ralph fitz Nicholas, has pardoned to Michael de Mala Nodario those 4 m. that are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the scutage of the king’s army of Painscastle, at which time he was in the custody of the same Ralph. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
488
Concerning oaks which are to be delivered. Order to the keeper of the forest of Melksham to cause Hugh Gargate, keeper of the king’s manor of Melksham, to have 40 oaks in the same forest with all their escheats, from which he is make the king’s advantage, in order to construct granges and other buildings therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
489
[No date]. Berkshire. Hugh de Sancto Petro gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before the king upon his next arrival at Windsor after the quindene of Easter. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
a.
No marginal annotations can be made out beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, as the left margin has been lost. The right margin has also been lost.
490
[No date]. Warwickshire. Richard le Eyr of Barton-on-the-Heath gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
a.
No marginal annotations can be made out beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, as the left margin has been lost. The right margin has also been lost.
491
Concerning works at Montgomery. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire and Staffordshire to distrain Thomas Corbet by his lands and chattels to render 50 m. to the king without delay, which he owes him for the arrears of the aforesaid counties from the time when he was sheriff of the same counties, and he is to deliver those monies to William de Oddingeseles to undertake the king’s works on the king’s castle of Montgomery by the view of law-worthy men. The same sheriff is to go to the aforesaid castle in person and cause discreet and law-worthy men to be elected by the counsel of the same William, who shall faithfully keep the aforesaid works and shall attend to them diligently and see that the monies to be sent to them for this are spent faithfully.
a.
No marginal annotations can be made out beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, as the left margin has been lost. The right margin has also been lost.
492
[No date]. Essex. Phillip Pady and Joan, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before John of Cobham. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
a.
No marginal annotations can be made out beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, as the left margin has been lost. The right margin has also been lost.
493
[No date]. Hampshire. Richard, son of William Blanchard, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize before the king upon his next arrival at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire etc.
a.
No marginal annotations can be made out beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, as the left margin has been lost. The right margin has also been lost.
494
[No date]. Witshire. Richard son of Robert gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
a.
No marginal annotations can be made out beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, as the left margin has been lost. The right margin has also been lost.
495
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. Bertram de Criel owes the king 11 m. for a charter to have a market and fair at Great Mongeham.
a.
No marginal annotations can be made out beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, as the left margin has been lost.
b.
This debt is for 'acquitting the charter to have a market and fair at Great Mongeham from the [fees of the] Chancery' in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
496
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William, son of Roger de Mercato, has made fine with the king by 40s. because he deceived the king’s court (curiam Regis) about the market of Caistor in Lincolnshire.
a.
No marginal annotations can be made out beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, as the left margin has been lost.
b.
This entry ends as follows in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6: 'He has land in the same county. The king has pardoned him for the 8 m. which he is to pay in the Wardrobe'.
497
For Mathias Bezill. The king has pardoned to Mathias Bezill all but 70s. of the £15 23d. which were exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer by reason of the debts of William de Plessetis. Order to the barons of 1 the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
1.
The remainder of this entry is wrapped beneath this line towards the right edge of the membrane.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
498
Yorkshire. William de Leven’ and Meliora, his wife, give the king half a mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby and Simon de Vere. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
499
Yorkshire. Robert de Massam’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
500
27 April. Windsor. Concerning manors to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take the manors of Great Bowden and Market Harborough into the king’s hand and to keep them safely until the king orders otherwise, so that he answers for them at the Exchequer.
[in the Roll]
501
[No date]. Suffolk. Clarice de Stok’ and Joan, his wife [sic], give the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices at Cattishall. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk 1 to take etc.
[in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘Gloucestershire’.
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
b.
The relationship between Clarice and Joan is correctly rendered as ‘her sister’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
502
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Robert Caspi gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff 1 of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
1.
The remainder of this sentence may be written over an erasure.
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
b.
The relationship between Clarice and Joan is correctly rendered as ‘her sister’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
503
[No date]. Oxfordshire. John le Venur gives the king half a mark for having a writ of record before the king (coram Rege) concerning a false judgement. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
504
[No date]. Dorset. William Everard and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
505
29 April. Windsor. For the earl of Derby. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for 20 m. that they make by summons of the Exchequer from William de Ferrers, earl of Derby, at which he was amerced before the justices of the Bench in an assize of darrein presentment which was lately taken between the earl and Clemencia countess of Chester, concerning the advowson of Hartington, until he has command from the king otherwise.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
506
For Geoffrey Gascelin. The king has given respite, until Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, to Geoffrey Gascelin from the 8 m. 10s. which he ought to have paid at this Exchequer of Easter of the debt of 35 m. that Walter de Goderville, whose daughter and heiress Geoffrey took to wife, owed to Abraham of Berkhamsted, Jew, which debt is in the king’s hand. Order to the barons of the Exchequer and the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause the same G. to have the same respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
507
For William de Sinago. The king has pardoned to William de Sinagun the 13 m. which John de Stapeleg’ owed to Cok de Ral’, Jew, concerning which the same William had mainperned to acquit the abovesaid John of the aforesaid debt against the same Jew whose debts are in the king’s hand. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause both the same William and the abovesaid John to be quit from the aforesaid 13 m. and to cause the charters and muniments that the same Jew had concerning this to be rendered to the same William.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
508
Lincolnshire. Jocen’ de Scrop’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
b.
The originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, corrects this name to ‘Jocelin le Scrope’.
509
[No date]. Somerset. William de Marisco gives the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
510
Concering a fine for having a charter. William Corbet of Worcestershire gives the king 15 m. for having a charter that he might run with his dogs to [take] hares and foxes in the king’s forests for as long as he will live, as appears in the charters, of which he is to render a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Hilary next following.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6.
511
3 May. Westminster. For Roger de la Leye, king’s clerk. The king has given respite to Roger de Legh’, clerk, until Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, from the £10 which remain to be rendered to him of the fine of £20 by which Roger made fine with him for the custody of the land and heir of Gilbert, son of Daniel de Dunesden’. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit Roger to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
512
[No date]. Warwickshire. William of Luddington gives the king 2 m. for having before the Bench a record [of a plea] against Geoffrey of Northampton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
513
4 May. Westminster. For Guy de Rochfort. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas, the demand that they make by summons of the Exchequer from Guy de Rochfort for £54 and from Nicholas de Molis for another £54, which they owe to the king because they received that money over and above wages at the time when they were last in the king‘s service in Gascony. 1
1.
Uncertain translation of 'stipenda' as 'wages' in this context.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
514
[No date]. Hampshire. Eva Talbot gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
515
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Robert de Coleville gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
516
[No date]. Somerset. Henry of Holcombe gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
517
[No date]. Warwickshire. Thomas Irish and Agnes, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Seagrave. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
518
[No date]. Sussex. Alan of Horsham gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
519
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. Gilbert son of Thomas gives the king one mark for a writ formato. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
520
[No date]. Shropshire. The abbot of Lilleshall gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
521
Shropshire. The same abbot gives the king 2 m. for having a writ of attaint before the same S. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
522
Somerset. Richard de Dynham and Oliver de Dynham give the king half a mark for a writ of warranty of charter before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
523
[No date]. Dorset. Matilda, who was the wife of Matthew Skelling’, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
524
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Gilbert son of Thomas gives the king one mark for having another 1 writ before the justices of the Bench concerning the chasing of livestock outside the county. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘another’ interlined.
525
[No date]. Surrey. Richard Gardener and Walter de Hanebrech’ give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
526
[No date]. Sussex. Nicholas de Lenham’ and Isolda, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
527
Concerning a pardon for Amice countess of Devon. The king has pardoned to Amice countess of Devon £100 annually 1 of the £400 annually by which she made fine with him for having the custody of the land of Baldwin, her son. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to be quit from the aforesaid £100 per annum.
1.
‘annually’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
528
[No date]. Essex. The men of the vill of Ipswich give the king 6 m. for having an inquisition concerning ships coming within their liberty with wines. The sheriff of Suffolk is to be notified.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, is the following note: ‘They are to be distrained by the sheriff of Suffolk’.
529
[No date]. Norfolk. John, son of James de Terrington, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk that at the day and place etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
530
[No date]. Middlesex. Alice daughter of William gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before the Bench in the octaves of Trinity. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
531
[No date]. Devon. Robert de Blackford and Avice, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
532
[No date]. Essex. Christiana of Plumborough gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
533
[No date]. Warwickshire. Robert de Cheyne gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
534
[No date]. Warwickshire. Simon de Middelton’ give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
535
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Thomas of Trysull of Staffordshire owes the king 18 m. for a charter to have a market and fair in his manor of Trysull and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
536
For the earl of Oxford. The king has rendered to H. de Vere, earl of Oxford, the liberty of the vill of Stony Stratford that pertains to the same earl, with his market of the same vill, which were taken into the king’s hand for trespass of measures. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire that, having taken security from the same earl for rendering 2½ m. in the king’s Wardrobe on the morrow of Trinity for the portion pertaining to that liberty in the aforesaid vill of a fine made before the bailiffs of the king’s markets for the aforesaid trespass, he is to cause the earl to have the same liberty and market back, and if he has taken anything from his men for this reason, he is to cause this to be rendered to them and is to distrain other men of the same vill for rendering another 2½ m. to the king of the same fine at the same day and place.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
537
[No date]. Devon. Joan, daughter of Maurice de Rouen, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
538
Concerning delivering certain people by pledge. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to deliver from prison by pledege Walter Hakun, Wileminus Cut, Hende Dun, Thomas Tacy and Thomas of Combermere, taken and detained in the king’s prison of Shrewsbury for having been party to a dispute between abbots to the abbacy of Shrewsbury.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
539
[No date]. Leicestershire. William Savage gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
540
[No date]. Norfolk. Joscelin de Walepol’ gives the king 2 m. for having the record of an appeal before the king (coram Rege) on the morrow of Ascension. He has land in Norfolk etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, is the following note: ‘He is to be distrained by the sheriff of Norfolk’.
541
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Agnes de Hohtham’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
542
[No date]. Kent. Theophnia de Pirie and Alice, her sister, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
543
[No date]. Essex. John la Warre and Olimpias, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
544
Kent. Hamo de Gatton gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
545
[No date]. Essex. Robert del Kene, William le Enveyse, and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
546
Norfolk. William of Larling gives the king one mark for taking an attaint before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
547
Hertfordshire. Oliver de Staundon’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
548
Somerset. Elias Martwayn gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
549
Leicestershire. The abbot of Owston gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
550
Bedfordshire. John le Neueman gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
551
[No date]. Yorkshire. Saer, son of William de Sutton’, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
552
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Phillip of Timberland gives the king 20s. for having an attaint before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
553
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Ingeram of Grimscote gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
554
[No date]. Shropshire and Staffordshire. Phillip of Rugeley gives the king 20s. for having an inquisition concerning a fishery in the River Stour. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire and Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

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555
[No date]. Somerset. Roger of Cheslade and Walter Franklin give the king one mark for having an assize of mort d’ancestor before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
556
[No date]. Essex. Gilbert of Epping and Joan, his wife, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
557
9 May. Westminster. Concerning counties that have been committed. The king has committed his counties of Essex and Hertfordshire together with his castle of Colchester to Henry of Helhoughton to keep for as long as it pleases the king. Order to the archbishops etc. to be intendant and respondent to him as sheriff in all things etc. In [testimony] of which. 1 He has letters patent for this.
[in another originalia roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
558
Concerning counties that have been committed. He is to find pledges on Thursday next after St. John before the Latin Gate upon forfeiture to the king. By Ralph fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
559
Concerning a pardon for Alan Balun of London. The king has pardoned to Alan Balun of London the 100s. at which he was lately amerced before the king (coram Rege) for a purpresture in London. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
560
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert Revel gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
561
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Adam de Coberlowe give the king one mark for the writ quare contra pacem etc. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
562
For the executors of W., formerly Earl Marshal, and for William de Holewell’. Because the executors of the testament of Walter Marshal, formerly earl of Pembroke, have made fine with the king by £300 for all manner of debts in which the aforesaid earl was bound to him, order to the barons of the Exchequer that, for the demand of 13 m. 4s. which they make by summons of the Exchequer from William de Holewell’, formerly sheriff of Buckinghamshire, from the time when he was sheriff of the same county for damages that were adjudged to Robert de Greinville, for which the same earl placed Roger de Wimberville, Robert of Westminster and others of Buckinghamshire in pledge against the king, they are to cause William to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
563
[No date]. Essex. Phillip French of Shenfield gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
564
[No date]. Gloucestershire. William, son of William de Weston’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
565
10 May. Westminster. For Godfrey de Ludham, parson of Penistone. The king has granted to Master Godfrey de Ludham, parson of Penistone, that he may pay 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 40 m. by which he made fine before G. de Langley and his associates, itinerant justices taking the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, for trespass of the king’s forest of the High Peak, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, and 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
566
For the community of the county of Devon. The king has given respite to the community of the county of Devon from the demand pertaining to it for the king’s forests of Dartmoor and Exmoor until the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year. Order to the sheriff of Devon to permit the same community to have the same respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
567
For Robert de Stapelton’. The king has granted to Robert de Stapelton’ that he may render £10 per annum at the Exchequer of the 60 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £10 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 60 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
568
[No date]. Norfolk. Bartholomew de Wilesho gives the king one mark for having a writ concerning the attack made upon him at Burnham. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
569
Cambridgeshire. John of Ellington gives the king 20s. for having an attaint before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
570
Shropshire. The abbot of Lilleshall gives the king one mark for having certification of an assize before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
571
Gloucestershire. Simon de Thornehill’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
572
[No date]. Kent. Richard son of Goldwin gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
Below this entry at the foot of the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, £103 13s. 4d.’
b.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 6, at this point is the following, partly lost delivery note: ‘[W. de] Haverhill, treasurer, [received this roll] on 28 November in the thirty-sixth year [1251] by Edward [son of Odo]’. Below this is another partly lost note that now reads only ‘m. Close of Easter’.
573
[No date]. For Rametta, who was the wife of Everard Teutonicus. Rametta, who was the wife of Everard Teutonicus, of Northumberland 1 has made fine with the king by 100 m. for marrying herself to whom she will wish, of which she is to render a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and a moiety at Easter. 2 By J. of Lexington.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘of Northumberland’ interlined.
2.
Authority interlined.
574
12 May. Westminster. For the knights holding of the bishop of Salisbury. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until one month after Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, the demand that they make by summons of the Exchequer from the knights holding of the venerable father W. bishop of Salisbury for withdrawal from the custody of the king’s castle of Devizes
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
575
[No date]. Shropshire. Hugh of Croft gives the king one mark for having an assize concerning common of pasture before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginalia beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7, has been corrected from ‘S’. Shropshire’ to ‘in the Roll. Herefordshire’.
576
For Rametta, who was the wife of Everard Teutonicus. The king has granted to Rametta, who was the wife of Everard Teutonicus, that, of the 100 m. by which she fined with him for marrying herself to whom she will wish, she may render a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
577
Concerning the honours of Boulogne and others that have been committed. He will answer for 20 m. above that which he previously [answered] for the aforesaid counties. The king has committed the honours of Boulogne, Haughley and Peverel and the barony of Rayleigh to Henry of Helhoughton, sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire, to keep for as long as it pleases the king and so that he answers for the profit of the same at the Exchequer. 1 He has letters patent for this to all etc. He will answer similarly for the issues of the castle of Colchester with appurtenances.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7, is the following note: ‘He will give 20 m. more than did his ancestors for the aforesaid counties’.
578
[No date]. Kent. John de Sancto Claro gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
579
[No date]. Essex. Thomas son of Aucher gives the king one mark for having certification before the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7, has been corrected to ‘Kent’ from ‘S’. Essex’.
580
[No date]. Lancaster. Benedict Gernet gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to take etc.
[S’, in the compendium roll]
581
[No date]. Sussex. Geoffrey of Burstow, Odo of Henstridge, Herbert de la Hoke and Adam son of Gilbert give the king one mark for taking an assize before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’]
582
[No date]. Norfolk. Robert de Chardacr’ and Ela, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
583
[No date]. Lincolnshire. John de Rocheford’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
584
For Denise Daiville. The king has granted to Denise Daiville that she may pay 15 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 35 m. which she owed to Samuel son of Leo, Jew of York, whose debts are in the king’s hand, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, and 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause her to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
585
13 May. Westminster. For William de Braose. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for £52 which they make by summons of the Exchequer from William de Broase for the debts of Reginald de Braose until one month from Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year. Because William says that he is not the heir of the same Reginald or has anything of his inheritance by which he ought to answer for the debts of the same, they are to cause Reginald’s heirs to come before them on a certain day, setting the same day for the abovesaid William to discuss before them whether it is he or others who ought to answer the king for the aforesaid money.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
586
For Samuel de Melles. By the fine of 50s. which Samuel de Melles made with him, the king has pardoned to him the trespass that he and his men made in taking a buck in the king’s forest of Cheddar. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to cause Samuel and his men who had been present at that capture to be quit therefrom. 1 These are not to be sent to the Exchequer because they are in the roll of G. de Langley, justice of the forest.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is entered in another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
587
Concerning homage and relief taken. The king has taken the homage of Robert le Botiler for all lands etc. that Robert le Buttler, his father, held from the king in chief in the bailiwick of H. of Wingham. Order to the same H. and his co-escheator in Cambridgeshire that, having accepted security from the aforesaid Robert for rendering 50s. to the king at the gule of August next to come, he is to cause the same Robert to have full seisin of all lands etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
588
[No date]. Herefordshire. John de Solers and William Culvert give the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
589
13 May. Westminster. For Robert de Ros. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to place in respite, until the quindene of St. John the Baptist next to come, the demand for £25 that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Robert de Ros for cablish sold in the king’s forest of Sherwood.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
590
For Robert de Ros. Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Northumberland, concerning the demand for £93 for the arrears of the farm of Galtres.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
591
Northamptonshire. John Clerk and William Maufe give the king one mark for taking an assize before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
592
Essex. Thomas Charl’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
593
Huntingdonshire. The abbot of Sawtry gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
594
Devon. Robert Bozun and Joan, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
595
Gloucestershire. Isolda de Mutton’ gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
596
Cambridgeshire. Simon son of Roger gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
597
14 May. Westminster. For Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn and Roger Sprengehos’, concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn the 50 m. which he ought to have paid him of the arrears of the 300 m. by which he made fine with him for having seisin of his lands in Wales. He has also pardoned to the same Gruffydd the trespass of having taken three hinds in the king’s forest of the High Peak, of which he was indicted before the king’s justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, for which he ought to have been amerced before the king (coram Rege), so that, therefore, he shall not be amerced on account of this or suffer loss in any manner. At the instance of the same Gruffydd, the king has pardoned to Roger Sprengehos’, his knight, the 10 m. at which he was amerced before the same justices for the same trespass. Similarly, the king has pardoned to Hugh le Ro, servant of the same Gruffydd, the 5 m. at which he was amerced before the same justices for the same trespass. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Gruffydd to be quit from the aforesaid 50 m. and the aforesaid trespass and Roger and Hugh to be quit from the aforesaid 15 m. By J. of Lexington
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
598
Concerning the manor of Dilwyn, committed to Matilda de Lacy. The king has granted the manor of Dilwyn with appurtenances to Matilda de Lacy to hold from him at farm for three years by paying £40 annually at the Exchequer at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at Christmas, saving the advowson of the same manor to the king. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire 1 to cause her to have full seisin of the aforesaid manor, as aforesaid. By J. Mansel.
1.
Corrected from ‘Henry of Wingham’.
a.
This entry is cancelled in Originalia Roll E371/16, m. 7. Because above.
599
Concerning a pardon for the men of Darnhall. Because otherwise below. The king has pardoned to his men of Darnhall the 10 m. which are exacted from them for the arrears of the farm of their vill. Order to A. la Zouche, justice of Chester, to cause them to be quit therefrom. 1 By R. fitz Nicholas.
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
600
15 May. Westminster. For Walter, son and heir of Gilbert of Eversley. The king has taken the fealty of Walter, son and heir of Gilbert of Eversley, for the two bailiwicks of Pamber and Eversley, and he has rendered the aforesaid bailiwicks to him on condition that he shall render 10s. for them each year at the Exchequer and 18s. to the constable of the castle of Windsor, just as Gilbert, his father, was accustomed to render. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to cause Walter to have full seisin of the aforesaid bailiwicks, as aforesaid.
[in the Roll]
601
For William de Plessetis, concerning a bailiwick of the forest committed to him, and for his parceners, the heirs of Richard of Wrotham. The king has rendered to William de Plessetis, who has the esnecy of the inheritance formerly of Richard of Wrotham, that bailiwick of the forest in the counties of Somerset and Dorset that Richard held from the king in chief, on condition that William shall render 14 bullocks and one steer per annum for the aforesaid bailiwick of Exmoor, or 10d. for each of them, 1 and he will answer the king for the profit of the herbage of the aforesaid forest of Exmoor, 2 and he is to satisfy his parceners and co-heirs of the aforesaid Richard in lands or tenements to the value of the portion pertaining to each of them of the aforesaid bailiwick. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, that, having accepted good security from William for doing the foregoing, he is to cause him to have full seisin of the aforesaid bailiwick of the forest.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘or 10d. for each of them’ interlined.
2.
‘and he will answer for the profit of the herbage of the aforesaid forest of Exmoor’ corrected from ‘and he is to perform the service to the king which Richard was accustomed to perform for the same bailiwicks of the forest’ by expunction.
a.
There is a large capital ‘A’ in the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7.
602
For William de Plessetis, concerning a bailiwick of the forest committed to him, and for his parceners, the heirs of Richard of Wrotham. The aforesaid William and his parceners, the co-heirs of the aforesaid Richard, give the king £20 for the aforesaid bailiwick and for having their portion of the lands formerly of the same Richard to the value of the aforesaid bailiwick from the same William. 1
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
This entry corrects one immediately above it, which reads ‘The aforesaid William de Plessetis gives the king £20 [it is cancelled up to here and marked with a cross in the margin] for having his aforesaid bailiwick from the king.

Membrane 12d.

603
12 May. Westminster. The below-written have mainperned for Henry of Helhoughton, sheriff of Essex, that he will keep the castle of Colchester and the counties of Essex and Hertfordshire according to the law and custom of the land, namely Thomas son of Aucher, Wigan le Breton and Henry of Shenfield. 1
1.
This is entered at the very top of the dorse. A blank space of around ten lines separates it from the following entries.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
604
15 May. Westminster. To Ralph de la Ferté, Gilbert de Hauteclon, Ivo de Jauneby and Robert of Castle Carrock. The king has appointed them to sell his underwood in all his demesne woodlands in Cumberland when it will be time to do this where none […] 1 by the view of the foresters and verderers of the fee in every bailiwick where foresters are found just as it will seem most expeditious to them for the king’s advantage and to the least damage to vert and venison, and they are to cause it to be sold by the acre measured by the perch of 16½ feet, and they are to cause the plot cut down to be enclosed wherever it will be necessary so that no beast might enter the close. They are to answer the king for the money received therefrom at the Exchequer. In [testimony] of which etc.
1.
One word is illegible here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
605
In the county of Lancaster, order to William of Furness, Ralph Deyncourt, Robert de Coyners and Matthew de Rodeman by the above-written words.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
606
In Yorkshire, order to William de Landa, 1 Gerard Selveyn in Pickering, William Haket and William de Barton’ of Galtres etc., as above. 2 They are to sell the king’s dead woodlands both in hays and in his demesne woodlands in the aforesaid county. By the king.
1.
This name is crossed through and replaced above the line with the following: ‘Later, Robert Goer is substituted in place of the same William. Order to the same Robert by G. of Langley’.
2.
What follows is entered by another hand at the right-hand edge of the membrane.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
607
In Nottinghamshire, order to Geoffrey Barry, Simon de Hedon’, William of Saundby and Robert of Furness etc. as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
608
In Derbyshire, order to Richard de Herthil, Roger Deyncourt, Nigel de Langeford’ and William de Meysham’ etc. as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
609
In Staffordshire, order to Robert de Haleghton’, Nicholas Meverel, William de Wasteneys and Hugh of Okeover etc. as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
610
In Shropshire, order to Thomas [de] Costentin, Odo of Hodnet, William de Ercalewe and Nicholas de Wilileg‘ etc. as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
611
In Herefordshire, order to Richard de Bakinton’, Henry de Fraxino, Matthew de Mauns and Henry le Rus etc. as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
612
In Gloucestershire, order to Roger de Eston’, 1 Walter de Huntel’, Henry Mustel and Henry le Droes etc. as above.
1.
This name is cancelled by expunction and replaced at the end of the line with the following: ‘Later, William d’Aumale is substituted in place of Roger de Eston’’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
613
In Somerset, order to William Malet, William Fichet, Geoffrey de Lawerton’ and Robert Malherbe etc. as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
614
In Dorset, order to Roger de Sifrewast, William de Moun, John de la Stan’ and Thomas de Hyneton’ etc. as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
615
In Hampshire, order to Thomas de Gimeges, Hugh of Wingham, Ralph Sanzaveir and Robert de Anesy etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
616
In Wiltshire, order to Alexander [of] Cheverell, Richard of Durnford, Geoffrey le Chamberlenc and Odo de Grimstead etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
617
In Berkshire, order to Reginald de Waltham, Robert de Ufton’, Robert of Sindlesham and William Banaster.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
618
In Essex, order to Ralph [de] Ginges, Richard of Harlow, Nicholas de Barinton’ and Simon son of Richard etc. as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
619
In Huntingdonshire, order to Walter of Washingley, John of Folksworth, Robert de Beaumeys and John de Litlebur’ etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
620
In Buckinghamshire, [order to] Thomas de Valognes, Richard son of Richard, Stephen de la Haya and Ralph de Langetoft etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
621
In Oxfordshire, [order to] Alan of Farnham, Bardulf of Chastleton, 1 John of Elsfield and Peter Foliot etc.
1.
This name is crossed through and replaced above the line with the following: ‘Later, Roger Gulafre is constituted in his place’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
622
In Northamptonshire, order to Robert Wolf, Robert de Plimton’, William de Musche and Stephen de Stok’ etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
623
In Rutland and in the wood of Withcote in Leicestershire Richard de Martiwast, Simon de Senlis, 1 Henry de Beivill’ and Hugh de Bussey are assigned.
1.
This name is crossed through and replaced above the line with the following: ‘Later, Walter of Exton is constituted in place of the same’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
624
In Worcestershire, [order to] William Corbet, William le Poer, William, son of Warin de Wik’, and Simon of Frankley etc. as above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
625
There is no woodland in Northumberland or in Surrey, Devon, or Warwickshire
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
626
Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to permit the knights assigned to sell the king’s underwood and dead wood in divers counties to sell the same underwood and dead wood as the king has enjoined upon them
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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627
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. William, son of Osbert of Linford, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
628
[No date]. Worcestershire. Nicholas de Mutton’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
629
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Alexander of Stears gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
630
[No date]. Norfolk. Robert de Chardacr’ gives the king one mark for having an attaint before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
631
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. John de Litlebur’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to transfer a plea] concerning livestock that has been taken. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
632
Concerning lands taken into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take into the king’s hand the seven acres of land and one acre of meadow with appurtenances in Old Windsor that Gilbert de Tywle holds, that are the king’s escheats and that Gilbert recognises that he holds at the king’s will, and he is to keep them safely until he has an order from the king otherwise.
633
For Denise Daiville. The king has betaken himself to Denise Daiville for William Dacre for the 35 m. which the same William owed the king for Jewish debts and has granted her that she may pay 15 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
634
Concerning placing upon bail. John Tirel and Richard de Hiregeberg’, detained in the prison of Ilchester for the death of Humphrey de Merston’, of which they have been accused, give the king one mark for having a writ to the sheriff of Somerset that they be placed upon bail.
[S’, in the Roll]
635
16 May. Westminster. For the men of Cloughton. On this occasion the king has pardoned to his men of Cloughton the £8 13s. which are exacted from them by summons of the Exchequer for the regard made upon them by the regarders of the king’s forest of Scalby for their snare, which has been valued to the king’s use by the same regarders. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the aforesaid men to be quit from the aforesaid £8 13s.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
636
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Peter de Percy of Yorkshire gives the king 20 m. for a charter to have a warren in his manors of Ilkley, Wharram Percy and Carnaby, and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
637
For Thomas son of Brian. Thomas son of Brian gives the king one mark for having a writ to the sheriff of Bedfordshire that, until the lawful age of John, son and heir of John de Treyly, who is in the custody of the same Thomas, he is to maintain the same heir in the liberties and customs which were used in the time of his father.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This fine is simply for ‘a writ of grace to the sheriff of Bedfordshire’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7.
638
[No date]. Norfolk. Peter de Pelevill’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
639
Kent. John, son of Hamo de Gravenel, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
640
17 May. Kempton. For Roger Gernon. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for £20 that they make from Roger Gernon for the arrears of the ward of the king’s castle of Devizes until they receive a command from the king otherwise. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
641
18 May. Windsor. For Peter, parson of Long Preston. The king has granted to Peter, parson of the church of Long Preston in Craven, that he may render £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 45 m. at which he was amerced before G. de Langley, justice of the forest, and his associates last itinerant in Yorkshire to take the pleas of the forest for trespass of the forest, £10 at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. of Lexington.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
642
For Richard del Ortiay. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to place in respite the demand for 18s. that he makes by summons of the Exchequer for hidage until Michaelmas next to come.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
643
For Matthew de Shepel’. The king has granted to Matthew de Shepel’ that, of the 60 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest for trespass of the forest, he may render a moiety at Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
644
For Bertram de Criel. The king has given respite to Bertram de Criel, until Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, from the 75s. 4d. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for Stephen de Bendenges. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Bertram to have the aforesaid respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
645
Pardon. For Thomas de Brussay. The king has pardoned to Thomas de Brussay the half-mark at which he was amerced before G. de Langley, justice of the forest, for trespass of the forest. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him and his pledges to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
646
Gloucestershire. Robert de Meysey gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
647
For the prior of Bromholm. The prior of Bromholm gives the king £10 for having seisin of certain lands and tenements in Burgh Castle in Lothingland that pertain to the same manor which is of the king’s sergeanty.
[S’, in the Roll]
648
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a confirmation. The prior of Royston gives the king 10 m. for having a confirmation from the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7, is the following note: ‘He is to be distrained by the sheriff of Cambridgeshire’.
649
20 May. Windsor. For William of Callaly. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for tallage that they make by summons of the Exchequer from William of Callaly until the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year. 1 Order, in the same manner to the sheriff of Northumberland.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
650
20 May. Windsor. For Adam de Grenville, concerning the forest. By a fine of 40 m. which Adam de Grenville has made with him, the king has granted him that bailiwick of forest of Selwood in Wiltshire formerly of James Hoese, to have and hold to Adam for as long as he lives and keeps it faithfully by paying 20s. annually at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for the aforesaid bailiwick, so that namely he is to answer or be intendant on no one other than the king or the chief justice of the forest for this. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to cause Adam to have full seisin of the aforesaid bailiwick, as aforesaid. He is to render a moiety of the aforesaid 40 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. By R. Walerand.
[S’, in the Roll]
651
For the prior of Marton. The king has granted to the prior of Marton that he may render 50s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 100s. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant at York to take the pleas of the forest, and 50s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 By J., the king’s chaplain.
1.
The authority clause is squeezed in by another hand at the very edge of the membrane.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
652
For Thomas of Moulton and his men. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for £120 that they make by summons of the Exchequer from Thomas of Moulton and his men for disseisin until the quindene of Trinity next to come.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
653
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Godfrey de Millers gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
654
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The same Godfrey gives the king another mark for another writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
655
[No date]. Wiltshire. Phillip of Cumberwell gives the king half a mark for a writ for having respite of knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
656
For Peter le Poitevin. The king has remitted to Peter le Poitevin his account for the custody of the prise of the king’s wines and for their sale. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the executors of the testament of the same Peter to be quit from the 40s. which they exact from them by summons of the Exchequer for the king’s wines that he has sold.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
657
[No date]. Herefordshire. Andrew de Baskerville gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
658
[No date]. Northamptonshire. The men of John Deyncourt of Duddington give the king 20s. for having a writ before the king (coram Rege) upon the aforesaid John for the undue exactions that he makes from them. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
659
21 May. Windsor. Concerning the sale of the escheats of timber in Windsor forest. Order to Godfrey of Liston to cause all escheats of timber which he shall cause to be felled in the forest of Windsor by order of the king for his works to be safely kept, and to cause the king’s advantage to be made from them according to that which will seem most expeditious to him, so that he might answer for the issues of the same to the king.
660
[No date]. Sussex. Ranulf del Broc gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to transfer a plea] concerning livestock that has been taken. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
661
Concerning a prest made to Hugh de Botiun. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to cause Hugh de Botiun to have 30 m. as a prest from the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
Hugh is described as ‘the king’s valet’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7.
662
21 May. Windsor. For the abbot of Evesham. The king has granted to the abbot of Evesham that he may render 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 30 m. at which he was amerced before the justices of the Bench for unjust detention against John of Gatesden, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, and 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-seventh year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
663
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert, son of Ralph de Wynesfeld’, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading reads ‘Nottinghamshire’ beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7.
664
For Adam Daiville. The king has granted to Adam Daiville that he may render 5 m. per annum of the 15 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire for trespass of the forest, namely 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 5 m. thus at the same terms for the two following years. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. prior of Newburgh.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
665
[No date]. For the abbot of Rievaulx for having a confirmation. The abbot of Rievaulx gives the king 120 m. for having a confirmation from him. He has land in Yorkshire. He has terms for rendering this: 40 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year; 40 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following; and 40 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following.
[S’, in the Roll]
666
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Ralph son of Hugh gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
667
22 May. Windsor. For Robert de Curzun. The king has granted to Robert de Curzun that he may render £10 per annum of the 60 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £10 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 60 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
668
Suffolk. Agnes daughter of Roger gives the king one mark for having an attaint before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
669
Essex. Thomas Charles gives the king one mark for having an attaint before the same. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
670
For Emma Wastehus’. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire that if he has made over seisin to William de Lacelles of Ottringham of eleven bovates of land in Haddlesey that pertain to the king’s sergeanty in the soke of Snaith by the king’s command, then, notwithstanding that command, he is to take the same land back into the king’s hand and commit it to Emma Wastehus’, to whom the king has granted it to hold while she lives by paying half a mark annually at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. By the king.
[in the Roll]
671
[No date]. For the prior of Merton. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand that they make from the prior of Merton for his liberties until Michaelmas in 15 days in the thirty-fifth year.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
672
[No date]. Surrey. Geoffrey de Bakeham gives the king half a mark for taking an assize before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
673
For Bartholomew Peche. The king has pardoned to his beloved and faithful Bartholomew Peche 20 m. of the debt that he owes him for a fine of 100 m. that he had made with him for the custody of the land and heirs of Robert de Turville. He has also granted him that he may render 10 m. per annum both for the remainder of that debt and for other debts for which he made fine with him to render 20 m. per annum, until all of the aforesaid debts are paid to the king, namely 5 m. at Michaelmas and 5 m. at Easter, the first term beginning at Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Bartholomew to be quit from the aforesaid 20 m., to have the aforesaid terms for the remaining debts, and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By Ralph fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
674
For Reginald Foreweyn. The king has granted to Reginald Foreweyn that he may pay 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the £20 at which he was amerced before W. le Breton and W. [of] Axmouth and of the 20 m. at which he was similarly amerced before H. of Bath and his associates, justices last itinerant in Norfolk, for several trespasses, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 10 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £20 and 20 m. have been paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. of Lexington.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
675
23 May. Bisham. For Robert de Muscegros. Order to the barons [of the Exchequer] to place in respite the demand that they make by summons of the Exchequer from Robert de Muscegros for the debts of Geoffrey Esturmy and Herbert fitz Peter until Michaelmas. In the meantime they are to inquire by their rolls in which debts he shall be bound to the king both for himself and for others, so that they might then be attermined By J. of Lexington
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
676
Concerning a hawk that has been promised. Ralph of Earlham gives the king an Estonian hawk for quittance from juries, assizes and recognitions, to the use of his uncle. 1
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Uncertain translation.
a.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7, is the following note: ‘He has land in Norfolk’.

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677
Concerning a fine for having a charter. The abbot of Winchcombe gives the king 40 m. for having a charter of warren in his demesne lands pertaining to his abbey and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
678
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Alice de Stavel’ gives the king £10 for a charter to have a warren at Sedbergh in Yorkshire and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
679
Yorkshire. John de Wauton’ gives the king 2 m. for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
680
[No date]. Staffordshire. Richard de Whittenacr’ of Sandon gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton and R. of Grendon. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
681
Essex. John, son of Osbert Curtrich’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
682
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Richard Wombestrang gives the king half a mark for taking an assize before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
683
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William de Swineford’ owes the king one mark for Hugh Godman and Alice, his wife, and Joan, sister of the same Alice, for having an assize of mort d’ancestor before G. of Preston. He has land in Northamptonshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
684
Gloucestershire. Gunilda, who was the wife of Henry de La Hylle, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
685
26 May. Reading. Concerning the vill of Windsor, which has been committed. The king has committed the vill of Windsor with the market, brewery 1 and its other appurtenances and the purpresture of the king’s forest of Windsor, which is in the king’s hand, to James le Gaunter of Windsor to keep for as long as it pleases the king, rendering £44 per annum at the Exchequer for the aforesaid custody, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter, saving to the king the pleas of the market of the same vill for as long as the king will be in the vill of Windsor, on condition that he shall surrender the aforesaid purpresture to the king sown with the same crops as he received it, on Saturday next after Ascension in the thirty-fifth year, with eight oxen of such value as those he received, or their value if he has received that value. 2 He has found the pledges named on the dorse of this roll. 3 By the king
[in the Roll]
1.
Translation of 'Bruer'' as brewery rather than heath in this context.
2.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is entered in another hand.
3.
See no. 725 below.
686
[No date]. Somerset. The abbot of Flaxley gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Somerset to the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
687
Surrey. Ralph of Imworth gives the king 20s. for having a writ [to bring a plea] before the king (coram Rege) against the bailiffs of Kingston upon Thames. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
688
Berkshire. Master Elias of Lambourn gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Windsor. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
689
[No date]. Devon. Geoffrey de Wolmereston’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
690
Somerset. Cecilia, who was the wife of Richard of Wrotham, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
691
16 May. Westminster. Concerning the county of Lincolnshire, which has been committed. The king has committed his county of Lincolnshire to Andrew Luttrell to keep for as long as it pleases the king by rendering 20 m. per annum above that which William de Curcun, formerly sheriff of the same county, was accustomed to give to the king for the profit of the same county. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
692
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Alan son of Brian owes the king 12 m. for a charter to have a market and fair in his manor of Bedale in Yorkshire and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
693
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Roger Bertram of Bothal owes the king 12 m. for a charter to have a warren in his manor of Bothal and Hebron in Northumberland and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[in the Roll]
a.
Below this entry at the foot of the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 7, is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, £335 16s. 8d., except farms’.
694
Hampshire. Robert Aylwin’ of Empshott gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king’s justices who the king is about to send to Shirmel’ on Wednesday next after Trinity. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
695
30 May. Marwell. For Geoffrey of Harpley. The king has granted to Geoffrey of Harpley that he may render 5 m. per annum of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before William le Breton and William of Axmouth in their last eyre in Norfolk for a trespass, namely 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 5 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 20 m. have been paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. of Lexington.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
696
1 June. Marwell. Concerning taking the vill of Winchester with its liberties into the king’s hand. Because a certain man was recently killed in the king’s vill of Winchester by default of the mayor and the king’s bailiffs of the same vill, order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take the vill of Winchester and all liberties and bailiwicks pertaining to it into the king’s hand for the same trespass and other things, so that neither the mayor nor the bailiffs shall concern themselves with anything or to have any administration thereof until he has a command about this from the king otherwise.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
697
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. John de Wauton’ of Yorkshire owes the king 20 m. for a charter to have a warren, market and fair in his manor of Masham and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
698
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Brian son of John gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
699
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Peter, son of Peter of Kelham, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand and Hugh de Capella. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
‘Hugh de Capella’ is omitted from this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8.
700
5 June. Winchester. For Thomas Brian. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, the demand for 100s. that they make by summons of the Exchequer from Thomas Brian for amercements of the forest of Kimbolton, which amercements H. de Bohun, earl of Essex and Hereford says pertains to him.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
701
Cambridgeshire. Peter, vicar of the church of Woodditton, and Roger Coterel give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston and Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
702
[No date]. Somerset. John Norris gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
703
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The abbot of Halesowen owes the king 12 m. for a charter to have a warren in the manor of Halesowen and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading reads ‘Staffordshire’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8.
704
Because he did not have it. Peter de Mynbury gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security. 1
1.
Entry cancelled ‘because he did not have it’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
705
6 June. Wherwell. For the bishop of Exeter. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, the demand for scutage that they make by summons of the Exchequer from R. bishop of Exeter for the knights’ fees that he does not recognise. By the king
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
706
Hampshire. John of Boarhunt gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This entry is marked with a cross in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8.
707
Concerning the fine of Henry le Macecren of Winchester and the citizens there. Henry le Macecren, citizen of Winchester, gives the king 100 m. for the trespass of there being a default in a certain pillory in the vill of Winchester, from which a man fell and died instantly.
[S’, in the Roll]
708
Concerning the fine of Henry le Macecren of Winchester and the citizens there. The king’s citizens of the same vill of Winchester have made fine with the king by 60 m. for the same trespass.
[S’, in the Roll]
709
Concerning a fine of Agnes, who was the wife of William de Wellesley. By the fine of £10 which Agnes, who was the wife of William de Wellesley, made with him, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, the king has granted her the custody of the land and heirs of the same William until the lawful age of the same heirs with their marriage, and another sergeanty, that is of North Perrott, which William held of the king in chief, to be rendered to the king at the Exchequer at these terms. Order to H. of Wingham and his co-escheator in Somerset that, having accepted security from Agnes for rendering the aforesaid £10 to the king at the aforesaid terms, they are to cause her to have the aforesaid heirs without delay and to have full seisin of the aforesaid land and sergeanty. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
710
[No date]. Gloucestershire. William de Tracy owes the king 10 m. for disseisin from an assize taken before R. Walerand between him and John of Doynton in Gloucestershire, and he has land in the same county.
[S’]
a.
This entry is cancelled ‘Because above’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8. It is marked ‘Gloucestershire’ in the margin.
711
7 June. Clarendon. Concerning the homage of William Laundry. The king has taken the homage of William Laundry, brother and heir of Richard Laundry, for all lands and tenements that he held from the king in chief in the bailiwick of Carmarthen. Order to the bailiff of Carmarthen that, having accepted security from William for 50s. to the king’s use for his relief, he is to cause him to have full seisin without delay of all lands and tenements of which Richard was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died.
[S’]
712
[No date]. Kent. Phillip de Malevill’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
713
For the men of Andover. By the fine of 20 m. which his men of Andover have made with him, the king has granted them that they may have pasture for their livestock in the woods of Wolfor’ and Rigges as they were accustomed to have in times past. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to permit them to have the same pasture without waste and destruction of the aforesaid woods and the king’s venison. 1 By G. de Langley.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Authority clause squeezed in below the witness clause.
a.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8, is the following note: ‘They are to be distrained by the sheriff of Hampshire’.
714
For Geoffrey Gascelin, concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Geoffrey Gascelin the 11 m. which he owed him for having a charter of market and warren and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
715
For the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England. The king has given respite to the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England from all debts and demands, both concerning assarts and other things, pertaining to him and his men until the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have that respite. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
716
[No date]. Somerset. John, son of Stephen de Eastington, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
717
[No date]. Somerset. Thomas de Hauteville gives the king half a mark for having the assize he arraigned before the justices at the first session before R. Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This fine is simply for ‘having an assize of novel disseisin’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8.
718
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Walter Chamberlain gives the king 20s. for placing the attaint he arraigned before R. of Thirkleby in respite as appears on the dorse of the Close Roll, and he has land in Hertfordshire. 1
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
This entry does not appear in CR 1247–1251.
719
[No date]. Wiltshire. Walter, son of Hugh de Winterbourne, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) on the morrow of the octaves of Trinity. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
720
[No date]. Hampshire. William Spileman gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
721
[No date]. Dorset. William le Chanu, Phillippa, his wife, William de Cerde and Alice, his wife, Richard of Testwood and Agatha, his wife, and Margaret de Offewell’ give the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before R. Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
722
[No date]. Devon. Richard Priest of Bradworthy gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
723
9 June. Clarendon. For Master Richard, the king’s cook. The king has granted to Master Richard, his cook, that he may render 2 m. per annum of the £7 18s. which he owes him for a prest made to him in the king’s Wardrobe in the time of William de Plessetis, namely 1 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, one mark at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 2 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £7 18s. are paid to the king in full. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
724
For William de Braose. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for £52 which they make by summons of the Exchequer from William de Braose for the debts of Reginald de Braose until one month after Michaelmas. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 10d.

725
[No date]. These are the pledges of James le Gaunter, to whom the king has committed his vill of Windsor, for his farm:

John Andrew; William Terry; Ralph Roter; William Neel; Ralph Clericus; Ralph Holebod.

Richard del Heck; Richard Pik; Richard le Tanur; Richard de Thorney; Adam Paste, vintner; Richard Dragesper’.

Robert Heilinak’; Walter Scot; Ralph de Bealey; Robert le Gardiner; a certain Richard; Henry Cocus. 1

1.
For the main entry see no. 685 above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 9

726
10 June. Clarendon. For John de Grey. The king has given respite to John de Grey, until the quindene after Michaelmas, from rendering his account for the time when he was justice of Chester and for the arrears that are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer from the same time. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid respite. By J. Mansel
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
727
For Roger of Leybourne. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas next to come, the demand for 300 m. is exacted from Roger of Leybourne by summons of the Exchequer for a prest made to his father 1 that he does not recognise. In the meantime the rolls of the Exchequer are to be scrutinised so that they might certify the king then from whom that debt is raised and for what reason. By J. Mansel.
1.
Corrected from ‘to him’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
728
For John le Clop and Peter Talun of Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire that, having accepted good security from John le Clop and Peter Talun, detained in the king’s prison for trespass of the pillories, for rendering one mark of gold or 10 m. of silver to the king in his Wardrobe, he is to cause them to be delivered from the same prison. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
729
For William le Chamberlenc’. The king has pardoned to William Le Chamberlenc’ the half-mark at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Dorset for default of the common summons for the aforementioned eyre. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
730
12 June. Clarendon. Concerning underwood sold in the king’s forest of Groveley. The king considers pleasing and acceptable the sale of 59 acres of underwood that Geoffrey le Chamberlenc’, William le Droes and Odo of Grimstead made in the forest of Groveley by the command of G. de Langley, justice of the forest, on condition that they answer for the issues of that sale to the king at the Exchequer. By G. de Langley.
[in the Roll]
731
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Andrew Blund gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
732
[No date]. Wiltshire. William le Clerc of Calne gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
733
Vacated. Because they did not have it. Abraham Russell and Cresse son of Hamechun, Jews of Winchester, detained in the prison of Salisbury for clipping the king’s coin, of which they have been accused, give the king 20s., namely Abraham gives 1 m. of silver and Cresse half a mark of silver, that they be handed over on bail until the arrival of the king’s justices next coming to inquire in the aforesaid county about clippers and forgers of the king’s new coin. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because they did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
734
[No date]. Staffordshire. William of Handsacre gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
735
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. William, parson of the church of Eccleshall, gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
736
For the community of the Jews of England. The king has granted to the community of his Jews of England for 2000 m., of which they will pay 1000 m. at St. Peter in Chains and 1000 m. at the quindene of Michaelmas, that they may have respite from the 5000 m. which the aforesaid community ought to have paid to him at St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fifth year, and that they may render a moiety of these 5000 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the same year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Hilary next following. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews that, having taken security for rendering the aforesaid 2000 m. to the king at the abovesaid terms, they are to cause the aforesaid community to have the same respite from the aforesaid 5000 m. and to cause those 2000 m. to be levied to the king’s use according to the quantity of the chattels of the Jews. By the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading reads ‘London’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8.
737
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Richard le Chamberlenc’, servant of William, parson of the church of Eccleshall, gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege) in the octaves of St. John the Baptist. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
738
[No date]. Yorkshire. Matilda de Berlayflet gives the king half a mark for having a writ that she be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
739
13 June. Clarendon. Concerning the castle of Montgomery, which has been committed. The king has committed his castle of Montgomery with appurtenances to Guy of Rochford to keep for as long as it pleases the king. He has letters patent for this to the knights etc. 1 He is to render 60 m. per annum for the aforesaid custody just as W. de Oddingeseles did. By the king.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
740
[No date]. Berkshire. Robert Butevileyn gives the king one mark for having a writ concerning livestock which has been taken. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
741
[No date]. Wiltshire. Robert Le Clerc of Alderstone gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
742
[No date]. Staffordshire. Phillip de Blokelowe gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
743
[No date]. Kent. James de Hope and Elena Theynwini give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand and R. of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
744
[No date]. Dorset. Adam Coynterel gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
745
16 June. Clarendon. For the heirs of W. Marshal, formerly earl of Pembroke, and for the earl of Leicester and his wife. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to attend diligently on the forthcoming morrow of St. John the Baptist to making the partition between the heirs of W. Marshal, formerly earl of Pembroke, for the portion falling to each of them of the £400 which they ought to pay per annum to S. de Montfort, earl of Leicester, and to Eleanor, his wife, for Eleanor’s dower in Ireland, for which the king is pledge. They are to cause the same heirs to have respite until the quindene 1 of Michaelmas next to come from that which remains to be rendered to the king of the arrears of the aforesaid £400 per annum at the Exchequer. 2 By the king.
1.
Corrected from ‘feast’.
2.
Authority clause squeezed in on the line below the witness clause.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
746
Concerning placing on bail. Henry Young and John de Neuwude, taken and detained in the king’s prison of Colchester for the death of Richard Sprot, Robert Sprot and John Trutel, of which they have been accused, give the king one mark that they be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Essex that they be placed on bail and to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
747
For Alvred of Lincoln. The king has granted to Alvred of Lincoln that he may pay £20 per annum of the £90 which remain to be rendered to him of the £100 at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege) for trespass of the king’s forest of Dorset, namely £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, £10 at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £20 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £90 have been paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
748
Wiltshire. John son of Simon and Isabella, his wife, and Joan, Isabella’s sister, give the king one mark for having an assize of mort d’ancestor before the king (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
749
Somerset. Simon de Morton’ and Diana, his wife, give the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
750
Lincolnshire. John, son of John son of Gilbert, and Walter, son of Geoffrey Starkman, give the king 2 m. for having two appeals made in the county court of Lincolnshire before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
751
19 June. Clarendon. For the earl of Warwick. The king has pardoned to J. de Plessetis, earl of Warwick, the 40s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for a knight’s fee in Rockbourne which he has in his custody for the scutage of the king’s army of Gascony. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
752
20 June. Clarendon. Concerning the castle of Colchester that has been committed. He is to render 26 m. per annum for this. The king has committed the castle of Colchester with appurtenances to John de Grey to keep for as long as it pleases the king. 1 He has letters patent for this. By the king.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
The sum of the render is given as ‘28 m.’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8. It is conceivable that the sum given in the fine roll is a correction after the originalia roll had been compiled, as there is a possible mark of erasure where the descending ‘j’ is now written.
753
Concerning Painscastle which has been committed. The king has committed Painscastle to H. de Bohun, earl of Essex and Hereford, with all its appurtenances, which are in the king’s hand by reason of the custody of the land and heir of Ralph de Tany, to keep until the lawful age of Ralph’s heir, rendering £50 to the king per annum at the Exchequer for the abovesaid custody, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter. 1 He has letters patent for this. By the king and his council.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
754
Somerset. Richard Le Laufulle gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
755
Wiltshire. Margaret de Balum gives the king one mark for taking an assize before the king (coram Rege) at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
756
Wiltshire. William Hasard gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
757
Kent. Thomas de Repeton’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
758
Dorset. William de Mohun gives the king half a mark for a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Dorset to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
759
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Robert, son of William de Suthlegh’, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Master Simon of Walton and William de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
760
Dorset. William le Franceys gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Dorset to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
761
Wiltshire. John le Chapelein of Cherhill gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Marlborough. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The individual making fine is ‘William Le Chapeleyn of Chiriel’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8.
762
[No date]. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest … 1
1.
Entry unfinished.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
763
23 June. Clarendon. For the men of William Longespée of Trowbridge. William Longespée gives the king 100s. for delivering his men of Trowbridge taken and detained in the prison of Salisbury for beating and imprisoning a forester, by the pledge of Stephen Longespée and Ralph de Aungers. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to cause them to be delivered from the aforesaid prison.
[in the Roll]
764
Lincolnshire. John de Neville gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Lincolnshire to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
765
[No date]. Yorkshire. William de Wyville gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
766
[No date]. Northamptonshire. The same William gives the king another 20s. for taking another assize of mort d’ancestor before the same R. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
767
Because he did not have it. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas, the distraint they make upon Oliver de Punchardon for £31 for the debt of Richard de Soliis, because Oliver does not recognise that he is the heir of the said Richard. 1 By J. Mansel.
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
768
[No date]. Hertfordshire. John Blundel and Petronilla, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
769
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Robert son of Warin gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the same G. Order to the same sheriff etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
770
[No date]. Herefordshire. John son of Thomas gives the king half a mark for taking an assize before Master S. of Walton and Walter of Avenbury. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
771
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Roger Waspail gives the king 5 m. for a charter to have a warren at Rathkeale in Ireland and 11 m. for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery. 1 He has land in Dorset.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
772
For the abbot of Shrewsbury. The king has given respite to the abbot of Shrewsbury from all debts and demands which are exacted from him to the king’s use until the quindene of Michaelmas. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire and Staffordshire to permit him to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
773
For Isembard de Fontibus. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the quindene after Michaelmas, the demand for 5 m. that they make by summons of the Exchequer from Isembard de Fontibus for the fine made with the king for having his wife.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
774
[No date]. Dorset. Juliana, daughter of Henry de Chetindon’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before N. de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
775
28 June. Marlborough. For R. bishop of Coventry and for his men. The king has pardoned to R. bishop of Coventry and his men the trespass that they made in the forest of the High Peak in taking a hind in the same. Order to the barons of the Exchequer that if the same bishop or his men or their pledges were amerced for any reason 1 on account of this in the last eyre of the justices of the forest in Nottinghamshire, they are to cause them to be quit from their amercement. 2 Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to permit them to be quit therefrom.
1.
‘for any reason’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
776
[No date]. Wiltshire. Roger Doynel gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Marlborough after Michaelmas. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire that etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
Below this entry at the foot of the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 8, is the following note: ‘Sum, £207 10s. 8d., from this roll’.
777
For James de Badesl’, concerning a forestership. The king, of his special grace, has granted to James de Badesl’, son and heir of Henry de Badesl’, formerly bailiff of the bailiwick of Fritham in the New Forest, of which Henry was deprived by consideration of the king’s court (curie Regis) for the trespass that he had made in the same bailiwick, the same bailiwick to have and hold to James and his heirs from the king and his heirs for as long as they will keep that bailiwick faithfully and well, rendering £4 per annum at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for the said bailiwick whereas Henry, his father, was accustomed to render 60s. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
778
For Richard of Burley. The king has granted in the same manner to Richard of Burley, formerly bailiff of Burley within the New Forest, of which he was similarly deprived, his bailiwick to have and hold to him and his heirs for as long as he will keep that bailiwick faithfully and well, rendering 12 m. to the king at the Exchequer of Michaelmas whereas he was previously accustomed to render 60s. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
779
Concerning a fine for having charters. The aforesaid James and Richard owe the king 22 m., namely 11 m. each, for having charters concerning this and for acquitting them from the [fees of the] Chancery. 1 They have lands in Hampshire.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
780
[No date]. Berkshire. Robert Botevileyn gives the king one mark for having the assize of novel disseisin that he arraigned before the justices at the first session before the king (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
781
29 June. Marlborough. For Emma, who was the wife of Geoffrey Despenser, concerning a fine for having custody. By the fine of 400 m. that Emma, who was the wife of Geoffrey Despenser, made with him, the king has granted her the custody of the land and of John, son and heir of the same Geoffrey, to have and hold until the lawful age of the same John, together with wardships, escheats and their other appurtenances and 1 advowsons and churches. Order to H. of Wingham, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from Emma for rendering the aforesaid monies to the king on the morrow of St. Mary Magdalene or before, he is to cause her to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody, as aforesaid. By the king
1.
Corrected from ‘excepting’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
782
For William of Lyndhurst, concerning a forestership. The king, of his special grace, has granted to William, son and heir of Richard of Lyndhurst, that bailiwick of Lyndhurst in the New Forest of which Richard was deprived by consideration of the king’s court (curie Regis), to have and hold to him and his heirs for as long as they will keep that bailiwick faithfully and well by rendering £34 per annum at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, whereas Richard was accustomed to render £10. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to cause him to have full seisin thereof. 1 Order, in the same manner, to John of Monmouth. By the king.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
783
[No date]. Worcestershire. Thomas de Litlinton’ gives the king 20s. for having an attaint [of a jury of an assize] of novel disseisin before the justices at the first session. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
784
Concerning a fine for having a charter. William, son and heir of Richard of Lyndhurst, gives the king 11 m. for having a charter concerning his abovesaid bailiwick and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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785
30 June. Marlborough. Surrey. Osbert Young gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
786
Norfolk. William de St. Omer gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
787
Hampshire. William Le Fleming gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
788
Hampshire. John La Martre gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
789
1 July. Marlborough. For Walter de Lisle. The king has granted to Walter de Lisle that carucate of land with appurtenances, excepting 32 acres of land and five rods of meadow, in Weston Underwood in Buckinghamshire, which he had at a term from Paulinus Peyvre, to hold from the king for the year next following Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, rendering 2 m. for this to the king for the aforementioned period at four terms, namely half a mark at Michaelmas aforesaid, half a mark at Christmas, half a mark at Easter and half a mark at St. John the Baptist, for all services, saving foreign service to the king. Order to H. of Wingham, the king’s escheator, to cause Walter to have full seisin of the aforesaid land in the aforesaid form.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
790
Kent. Robert of Wouldham gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
791
1 July. Marlborough. Hampshire. Samariellus son of Lombard, Jew, 1 gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security.
1.
‘Jew’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
792
Hampshire. The same Samariellus gives the king one mark for taking another assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival there. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
793
Worcestershire. The prior of Little Malvern gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
794
Lincolnshire. William de Tylebroc gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
795
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Richard, son of Phillip of Draycott, owes the king 11 m. for a charter to have a warren in his demesne lands of Draycott in the Moors and Consall in Staffordshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
796
2 July. Marlborough. Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take into the king’s hand the manors of Slingsby, Sledmere and Coulton, formerly of William de Landa and Eustachia, his wife, from which Roger de Mowbray unjustly and without judgment ejected William after Eustachia’s death while he was in the king’s service, and he is to keep them safely until the king orders otherwise so that he answers for the issues of the aforesaid manors to the king at the Exchequer, saving, however, to William his chattels in the aforesaid manors. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
797
[No date]. Surrey. Walter de Witeworth’ gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
798
[No date]. Kent. Simon son of Adam gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
799
[No date]. Essex. Because they surrendered the writ. Geoffrey de Beneflet and Katherine, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because they surrendered the writ.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
800
Vacated. The king sends a ring with a large ruby to Edward of Westminster to keep for the use of the shrine of St. Edward. 1 Because elsewhere. 2
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
‘Because elsewhere’ added by another hand. Entry cancelled because elsewhere.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
801
Because the king later revoked it. John Basset of Berkshire gives the king 10 m. for having, before the king (coram Rege) in the octaves of Michaelmas, the record of a plea that is before R. of Thirkleby and his associates, justices of the Bench, between Milo Basset, claimant, and John, concerning two carucates, half a virgate and eleven acres of land and one acre of meadow with appurtenances in North Moreton. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because the king later revoked it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
802
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. The abbot of Lesnes gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
803
[No date]. Berkshire. Walter de Swaffham gives the king 20s. for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
804
[No date]. Herefordshire. Phillip le Bret gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
805
[No date]. Middlesex. William, son of Andrew de Grendon’, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
806
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Nicholas de Hortun’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
807
[No date]. Worcestershire. Robert, son of Gerard of Slaughter, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
808
[No date]. Gloucestershire. William, son of William de Weston’, gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
809
[No date]. Warwickshire. Master Hugh of Fillongley gives the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
810
For William de Valence and Joan, his wife, concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to William de Valence, his brother, all that he owes him for the portion falling to him and to Joan, his wife, of the £400 annually which are owed to Eleanor, who was the wife of W. Marshal, formerly earl of Pembroke, the king’s sister, for her dower of the lands formerly of the aforesaid earl in Ireland. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William and Joan to be quit from all demands that they might be made from them for the aforesaid dower up to the time the present deed was drawn up. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
811
[No date]. Leicestershire. Peter of Lincoln gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
812
[No date]. Berkshire. William de Leye gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Reading. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
813
[No date]. Middlesex. Stephen de Chenduit gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
814
[No date]. Rutland. John, son of Hugh of Sculthorp, and Hugh, his brother, and Geoffrey le Chapeleyn give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Rutland etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
815
[No date]. Rutland. Richard, son of Geoffrey of Rockingham, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the aforesaid Gilbert. Order to the sheriff of Rutland to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
816
For William de Beauchamp, concerning Worcestershire. Because otherwise in the Fine Roll for 37 Henry III. Notification to the barons of the Exchequer that, 1 having heard the account of W. de Beauchamp, sheriff of Worcestershire, having allowed to him what is to be allowed and having scrutinised the rolls of the Exchequer for all manner of debts in which he will remain bound to the king after his account, the king wishes that he shall render 100 m. to him per annum, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 100 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until all of the aforesaid debts are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 2 By the king.
1.
The entry is crossed through as far as here and ‘The king’ is written above it. It is unclear from the context whether this is meant to be a straight correction.
2.
Entry cancelled because otherwise in the Fine Roll for 37 Henry III.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
817
[No date]. Somerset. Idonea La Warre gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
818
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Godfrey de Millers gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
819
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Alexander King gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
820
[No date]. Norfolk. John, son of Matthew de Renham’, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
821
From here extracts are to be sent to the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
822
[No date]. Concerning the fine of Henry of Bath. Henry of Bath has fined with the king by 2000 m. for having his grace, of which he is to pay 200 m. per annum, namely 100 m. at Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 100 m. at Easter next following, and 200 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until etc. If he dies before he has paid the aforesaid 2000 m., his heirs will have the same terms. The king has pardoned to him the amercement into which he fell by the attaint which Thomas of Moulton arraigned against him, concerning tenements in Holbeach and Whaplode. He has letters patent for this, as appears in the Patent Roll. 1 By the king and council.
1.
See CPR 1247–1258, p. 101 (8 July).
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
823
[No date]. Shropshire. William Carpentar’ and Margaret, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
824
[No date]. Shropshire. Richard Seward gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the said Master S. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
825
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William de Lisle gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
826
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Henry Gobiun gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
827
[No date]. Wiltshire. William, son of William of Fyfield, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
828
[No date]. Shropshire. The prior of Wombridge gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton and Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
829
[No date]. Kent. Richard of Ruxley gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
830
[No date]. Sussex. Walter French gives the king 2 m. for having an appeal relating to the county of Sussex before the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
831
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Thomas of Cerne, valet of John Blundel, gives the king one mark for two writs ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
832
[No date]. Worcestershire. Henry de Harleg’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
833
10 July. Woodstock. For Guy son of Robert. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until Michaelmas next to come, the demand that they make from Guy son of Robert, formerly sheriff of Oxfordshire and Berkshire, for the remainder of a fine of £67 15s. 4½d. that he made with the king for the arrears of his account, so that he shall then pay that debt to the king without further delay, and, having allowed to him what ought by right to be allowed and having scrutinised the rolls of the Exchequer, they are to signify to the king how much he will owe him after that allowance. By the king
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
834
[No date]. Herefordshire. Roger de Eston’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
835
[No date]. Surrey. John de Aldham’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
836
For William de Gardinis. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year. the demand that they make by summons of the Exchequer from W. de Gardinis 1 for debts, relief and other things by reason of the lands formerly of Elias de Ekingham. By the king.
1.
‘W. de Gardinis’ apparently interlined by another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
837
For Oliver de Punchardon. The king has granted to Oliver de Punchardon that he may render 100s. per annum of the £31 which he owes him of the debts of Richard de Solers and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer, namely 50s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 50s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 100s. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £31 are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
838
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. William Hay gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
839
[No date]. Suffolk. Hugh of Dodnash gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. [Order to the sheriff of Suffolk] to take etc in Suffolk. 1
1.
‘Suffolk’ corrected from ‘Norfolk’ which is erased.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
840
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Hugh Wake and Isabella, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
841
For John de Chanceaux. The king has betaken himself to the heirs of John de Chanceaux for the debts in which he was bound to him and which have been attermined at the Exchequer. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to cause Peter de St.Hillary and the other executors of John de Chanceaux to have full administration of all chattels that had been the property of the same John at the time of his death, in order to make execution of his testament. 1
1.
Uncertain translation of 'qui erant propria eiusdem Johannis'.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
842
Concerning a fine for having a charter. The abbot of Evesham owes the king 10 m. for having a charter of warren and 11 m. for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
843
Order to the bailiffs of Bristol to place in respite, until Michaelmas, the distraint they make upon the men of the Master of the Knights of the Temple in England for tallage, and to cause their chattels, arrested for this reason, to be delivered to them in the meantime. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
844
These extracts are sent to the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
845
11 July. Woodstock. Because Geoffrey de Benigworth’ has made fine with the king by 200 m. for the trespasses which were imputed to him and his men before the justices who were last itinerant in Lincolnshire, order to the keeper of the gaol of the Fleet to cause Reginald de Dunton’ and Robert de Kel’, who are in the aforesaid prison for the aforesaid trespasses, to be delivered. By the king
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
846
For William de Shirnak’. William de Shirnak’ has paid 5 m. in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the same Wardrobe, at Woodstock, of the 20 m. by which he made fine with the king for having back his bailiwick in the king’s forest of Feckenham. The king has granted him that he may render 5 m. of the remaining 15 m. at St. John the Baptist in the thirty-sixth year, and 10 m. in the two years next following at the same term. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit from the aforesaid 5 m. and to have the abovesaid terms for the said 15 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
847
[No date]. Herefordshire. Hugh de Mortimer gives the king one mark for having the assize that he arraigned at the first session before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
848
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William de Croketon’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
849
[No date]. Warwickshire. John son of Ingeram and Margaret, his wife, and Walter son of Ingeram and Mabel, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
850
Later he paid them to J. of Hanborough and Peter de Leg’, keepers of the works at Woodstock, to undertake the same works by order of the king. Henry Pippard owes the king 21 m. for having quittance from [being placed upon] assizes, juries and assizes [sic] and that he be removed from the office of escheator in Warwickshire and verderer in Oxfordshire. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
851a
Concerning a messuage in Gloucester surrendered to the king and committed to P. Miparty. Mosse of Oxford and Culacon’, his wife, Salomon genex Jospinus and Brunetta, his wife, and Glorietta, her sister, 1 for themselves and their heirs, have freely 2 surrendered to the king all right and claim that they had or might have in the houses formerly of Jospinus of Bristol, Jew, in Winch Street [now Wine Street] with appurtenances, which are between the houses formerly of Gerard Savage and the houses of John de Celar’ that go back as far the River Frome, and which the king has committed to Peter Miparty and his heirs by rendering 5s. to him annually at the Exchequer of Michaelmas.
1.
‘and Glorietta, her sister’ interlined.
2.
‘freely’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
851b
Concerning a messuage in Gloucester surrendered to the king and committed to P. Miparty. For this grant and commission the aforesaid Peter will give the king 100s. for having entry by the abbot of Pershore. He gives 2 m. for having a charter concerning this as appears in the Patent Roll. 1
1.
‘in the Patent Roll’ written at the right-hand edge of the membrane just above the stitching.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 7

852a
13 July. Woodstock. For the men of Darnhall, concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to his men of Darnhall the 10 m. which John de Grey exacts from them for the arrears of the farm of their vill from the time when he was justice of Chester. Order to the same John to cause them to be quit therefrom. The king will cause this to be allowed to him as will be just.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
852b
[No date]. Henry Walle gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
853
For William, parson of the church of Kirkby in Ashfield, and Robert Russel, his brother. The king has granted to William, parson of the church of Kirkby in Ashfield, and Robert Russel, his brother, that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 10 m. which are owed to him of the fine of 15 m. that they made with him before G. de Langley and his associates, justices itinerating to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, for trespass of the forest, and the other 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
854
For William, parson of the church of Kirkby in Ashfield, and Robert Russel, his brother. Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire. By J.of Lexington.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
855
Concerning a fine for having a charter. The prior and canons of Stone in Staffordshire give the king 20 m. for a charter to have a market, fair and warren and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
856
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Margaret de Redvers, countess of Devon, gives the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
857
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Walter de Ponte gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
858
13 July. Woodstock. For Master Paulinus of Bampton. The king has pardoned to Master Paulinus of Bampton the 11 m. that he owed him for a charter to have a market and fair in his manor of Tideswell in Derbyshire and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Paulinus to be quit from the aforesaid 11 m. By the king
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
859
For William Hay. William Hay of Oxfordshire has promised the king 20 m. for having, before the king (coram Rege) in the octaves of Michaelmas, the record and judgement of the assize of novel disseisin which the prior of Bicester arraigned against him, concerning a tenement in Caversfield.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
860
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William, son of Roger Gurdun, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9. It is also clear that at least one more membrane of the originalia roll has been lost, there being no surviving entries between nos. 776 and 860.
861
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Matilda de Neville gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Any marginal annotation ‘S’’ cannot be made out as the left margin has been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9.
862
[No date]. Surrey. Bertram de Goldinton’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
863
[No date]. Devon. John le Butiler and Hawise, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
864
[No date]. Warwickshire. The prior of Worcester gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton and William of Luddington. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
No mention is made of William of Luddington in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9.
865
[No date]. Oxfordshire. William [de Greinville], parson of the church of Shipton-on-Cherwell, gives the king 20s. for having a writ to remove lay force (de vi laica amovenda). Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
866
For Abel de St. Martin. The king has granted to Abel de St. Martin that he may render 4 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 11 m. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for a charter to have a market and fair, 4 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 3 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the abovesaid terms. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
867
18 July. Abingdon. Because it was revoked. Order to James le Gaunter, keeper of the king’s vill of Windsor, to take into the king’s hand and keep safely until etc. the seven acres of land and one acre of meadow with their crops and other appurtenances that Gilbert de Tegula 1 surrendered to the king as his right, 2 for the unjust detention of which he was condemned by an inquisition, and he is to answer for those crops to the king. 3
1.
‘lately’ crossed through here.
2.
‘as his right’ interlined.
3.
Entry cancelled because it was revoked. It is marked with two crosses in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
868
For the burgesses of Oxford. By the fine of 50 m. which the burgesses of Oxford have made with him, which they are to render at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, the king has returned their vill of Oxford to them, which was taken into the king’s hand a little while ago by reason of a dispute between them and the university of clerks of Oxford. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to cause the same burgesses to have full seisin of the aforesaid vill with appurtenances and the issues received therefrom in the meantime, saving their farm of the same vill to the king. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
869
For the abbot of Cluny. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Cluny the 20 m. at which he was amerced before Robert Passelewe and his associates, itinerant justices to take the pleas of the forest in Rutland, for the common summons. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
870
[No date]. Norfolk. Richard, son of Walter of Fordham, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
871
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Because otherwise in the Fine Roll of 36 Henry III. Nicholas of Cogenhoe of Northamptonshire gives the king 30 m. for a charter to have a warren and for having quittance from [being placed upon] assizes, juries and recognitions. 1 It is pardoned for one mark of gold, as is contained in the Fine Roll. 2
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
The remainder of this entry is added by another hand.
2.
Entry cancelled because otherwise in the Fine Roll of 36 Henry III.
a.
This entry appears to have been cancelled after its enrolment in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9.
872
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Because above. The prior and convent of Stone in Staffordshire give the king 20 m. for having a charter of warren, market and fair and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because above. See no. 855.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
873
[No date]. Shropshire. Sibyl of Westbury gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton and Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
874
22 July. Marwell. For John le Enveise. Because John le Enveise has augmented the rent of the land which John Andrew held of a purpresture in Windsor by 2s. annually, namely by rendering 12s. annually whereas the same John Andrew was accustomed to pay 10s., the king has committed that land to John le Enveise to hold for as long as it pleases the king. Order to the bailiff of Windsor to maintain John in seisin of the same land with appurtenances. By the abbot of Pershore.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading reads ‘Berkshire’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9.
b.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9, is the following note: ‘Later, he had a charter concerning this’.
875
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. John de Hudeleston’ owes the king 16 m. for a charter to have a market and fair in his manor of Millom in Cumberland and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
876
[No date]. Essex. Adam [de] Claunvill’ gives the king half a mark for a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Essex to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
877
23 July. Winchester. For Stephen de Spineto. And thus both of them have been satisfied for their annual fee. The king has committed to Stephen de Spineto and Imbert Guidon’ the manor of Otley with appurtenances, which has been extended at £26 17s. 10d., to have and hold until the lawful age of the heir of Henry of Hastings, so that Imbert shall have £15 each year from the extent of the aforesaid manor and Stephen shall have all of the remainder for his fee of 20 m., for which the king has assigned him four librates of land, and the king wishes that Stephen shall render 51s. 10d. to him each year for the aforesaid manor, which is over and above the aforesaid extent, beyond those £15 and beyond the remainder of the aforesaid fee, namely a moiety at Michaelmas and a moiety at Easter. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to cause Stephen and Imbert to have full seisin of the aforesaid manor, as aforesaid. By the king.
[in the Roll]
878
He has letters patent for this with the advowson of the church of the same manor. 1
[in the Roll]
1.
Entered on the right-hand edge of the membrane by another hand in slightly lighter ink.
879
Dorset. Nicholas Kipping gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
880
Yorkshire. The prior of Bridlington gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
881
[No date]. Norfolk. Hamo Cheure gives the king one mark for having the assize that he arraigned at the first session before R. of Thirkleby at the day and place etc. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
882
[No date]. Herefordshire. Simon de la Hull’ and Isabella, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
883
25 July. Wherwell. For the men of the abbot of St. Edmunds. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas, the demand that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from the men of the abbot of St. Edmunds, having accepted good security from the same abbot and those men that the king will have at the same term upon his Exchequer all monies of that summons unless they ought to be quit therefrom by consideration of the Exchequer. By the king
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
884
For the men of the abbot of St. Edmunds. Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
885
Gloucestershire. Henry de Gant gives the king one mark for having the record [of a plea] relating to Gloucestershire before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
886
[No date]. Hampshire. Geoffrey son of Drogo gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
887
[No date]. Essex. Adam, son of Richard de Leyre, gives the king one mark for a writ, namely to take an assize before R. of Thirkleby. 1 Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Corrected by expunction from ‘for a writ ad terminum’.
888
Berkshire. William de Nuiun and Henry, his brother, and Isabella, who was the wife of Elias de Hanneye, give the king one mark for having an appeal before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Windsor. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
889
Hampshire. Geoffrey son of Drogo gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
890
For William de Gouiz. The king has granted to William de Gouiz that he may pay 20 m. per annum at the Exchequer of the £500 he owes him of the debt of Robert de Gouiz, his father, which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer, namely 10 m. at Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 20 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £500 are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
891
For Robert de Pandoc. The king has granted to Robert de Pandoc that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Hilary in the thirty-sixth year of the 10 m. at which he was amerced before Master Simon of Walton for the disseisin that he made upon Richard Archer in Worcestershire, and the remaining 5 m. at the quindene of St. John the Baptist next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
892
For John fitz Geoffrey, constable of Bristol. The king wishes that all issues which arose from the king’s barton of Bristol (Barton Regis) and from the prise of ale in the same vill from the time when John fitz Geoffrey first received custody of the aforesaid castle and barton, and which are extended per annum at £75, are to be allowed to the same John for the custody of the aforesaid castle until St. James in the thirty-fifth year, so that he keeps the said castle henceforth at his costs and shall pay £40 to the king per annum at the Exchequer for as long as he shall have custody of the aforesaid castle and barton and prise of ale for the same, namely £20 at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year and £20 at the Michaelmas next following, and £40 thus from this time at the same 1 terms for as long as he will have the said custody. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘at the Exchequer of Easter … from this time at the same’ interlined. The remainder of this sentence that follows is interlined.
893
For John fitz Geoffrey. The king has granted to John fitz Geoffrey that he may render £10 per annum of the 30 m. which he owes him for the farm of Rockingham, and of the £7 and one mark for several prests made to Geoffrey fitz Peter, and of the £21 and one mark which are exacted from him for the debts of Benedict le Eveske and Abraham son of Leo, Jews, and of the 7s. 6d. for a prest made to the same John by William de Plessetis, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £10 thus from year to year at the same terms until all of the said money is paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
894
For the bishop of Rochester. The king has granted to Master L. de St. Martin, bishop of Rochester, that he may render a moiety at Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 11 m. which he owes him for a charter to have a market and fair in his manor of Little Fordham and for acquitting it from the [fees of the] Chancery, and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
895
For the prior of Ivychurch. The king has pardoned to the prior of Ivychurch the 3s. 4d. at which he was amerced before Robert of Stopham, bailiff of Clarendon, for the seizure of his livestock in the king’s forest. Order to the same Robert to cause the prior to be quit from that amercement.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
896
[No date]. Cornwall. Vincent de Poldrisek’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Cornwall to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll of the forty-fourth year]
897
[No date]. Shropshire. Stephen de Overton’ gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
898
26 July. Reading. For Reginald Red, the queen‘s servant. By a fine of 10 m. that Reginald Red, the queen‘s servant (serviens), has made with him, the king has granted him the custody of the land and heirs of William son of Guy with appurtenances, to have and hold until the lawful age of the same heirs together with their marriage. Order to John de Waleys, keeper of the manor of Havering, to cause Reginald to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody with appurtenances. 1 He is to render 5 m. thereof at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and 5 m. at Easter next following. By the king
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here. The authority clause comes at the end of the entry.
899
[No date]. Hampshire. Thomas de Aune gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
900
[No date]. Derbyshire. Oliver, son of Oliver de Fohun, gives the king 20s. for having an attaint before John of Lexington in Derbyshire. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
901
[No date]. Sussex. John de Bradebrug’ and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
902
[No date]. Worcestershire. The prior of Little Malvern gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton and William de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9, only Master Simon of Walton is mentioned as justice.
903
[No date]. Surrey. William Husard gives the king 20s. for having an attaint before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
904
[No date]. Somerset. Joel son of Warin gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
905
[No date]. Sussex. Walter Porter gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
906
[No date]. Because he did not have it. The same Walter gives the king half a mark for taking another assize before the same. Order to the same sheriff to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
907
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Martin Chamberlain gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
908
29 July. Reading. For John de St. Amand. The king has pardoned to John de St. Amand the 2 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Suffolk. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By P. de Rivallis
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
909
Concerning placing on bail. Alan Bolax and Geoffrey Dodi, detained in the prison of Lincoln for the death of Richard Molend’ of Messingham, and of Robert and William, his sons, give the king one mark that they be handed over on bail. 1 Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.

Membrane 6

910
29 July. Reading. For James de Acangr’. The king has granted to James de Acangr’ that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 10 m. by which he made fine with him for having a confirmation, and 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
911
[No date]. Essex. Martin Chamberlain gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
912
[No date]. Worcestershire. Joscelin son of William gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
913
30 July. Windsor. For Ralph of Earlham. The king has granted to Ralph of Earlham that, of the 10½ m. that he owes him of a fine for a sergeanty, he may render a moiety at the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to permit him to have the same terms. By P. de Rivallis
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
914
[No date]. Shropshire. Phillip of Thonglands gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
915
[No date]. Herefordshire. Walter de La Path’, Geoffrey de Coleville, William of Netherton, Walter de Steure, John de Ankerung, Richard le Fauconer and John de Marenton’ give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton and Henry of Pembridge. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
916
1 Aug. Windsor. For Thomas Corbet. Order to the barons of the Exchequer that, having accepted security from Thomas Corbet, who has been arrested before them for the arrears of his account, for rendering the same arrears to the king at Michaelmas, then, the aforesaid security having been made, they are to permit him to go freely wherever he wishes.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
917
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Isaac, son of Thomas of Grantham, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
918
[No date]. Norfolk. Reginald de Dunham gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
919
[No date]. Somerset. Nicholaa de Champflurs gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
920
[No date]. Berkshire. Richard of Handred gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Reading. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
921
[No date]. Somerset. Andrew de Stratton’ gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis and an inquisition concerning a trespass [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9, the details of the inquisition are omitted.
922
[No date]. Yorkshire. The abbot of Egglestone gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
923
For Ebulo de Montibus. The king has granted to his beloved and faithful Ebulo de Montibus that, of the £18 and half a mark which are exacted from him for Eustace, son of Hervey of Cambridge, of the debts of Jacob and Autera, Jews of Cambridge, he may render a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the justices assigned to the custody 1 of the Jews to cause this to be done and enrolled thus 2 and to cause the aforesaid money to be allowed to the abovesaid Jews in their tallage. By the king.
1.
‘at the Exchequer of Easter … assigned to the custody’ written over an erasure.
2.
Witness clause initially entered here but subsequently crossed through. What follows is added in a darker ink.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
924
4 Aug. Windsor. Pardon. For W. de Valence. The king has pardoned to his beloved brother W. de Valence the £20 at which Richard of Brackley, his steward in Ireland, was amerced at the Dublin Exchequer for several defaults. Order to the justiciar of Ireland to cause Richard to be quit from the aforesaid £20. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
925
[No date]. Derbyshire. William de Maysham’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
926
[No date]. Worcestershire. David de Sancto Michaele gives the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
927
For Hugh of Clifford. The king has granted to Hugh of Clifford that, of the £10 which he owes him for the debt of his father, he may render a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to permit him to have those terms for this. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
928
4 Aug. Windsor. For Isabella de Forde of Muskham. The king has granted to Isabella de Forda, one of the heirs of Robert of Muskham, by a fine of £100 that she made with him, that she may freely marry whenever to whomever she will wish without impediment from the king or his heirs. Order to Thomas of Stamford and his co-escheator in Northumberland that, having taken surety from her for rendering the aforesaid £100 to the king, namely £12 10s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year and £12 10s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, 1 and thus henceforth at the same terms, they are to cause Isabella to have back all her lands and tenements that have been taken into the king’s hand for this reason. By the king
[in the Roll]
1.
The remainder of this sentence is interlined.
929
For Hugh de Godshill, concerning a bailiwick of the forest. The king, by his grace, has granted to Hugh de Godshill the bailiwick in the New Forest of which he has been deprived. He has a charter for this and will render 8 m. 40d. each year at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for that bailiwick and for a vaccary that he holds from the king in the same forest, whereas he had previously been accustomed to render 6 m. 10s.
[S’, in the Roll]
930
For Hugh de Godshill, concerning a bailiwick of the forest. The same Hugh owes the king 11 m. for acquitting the same charter from the Chancery. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
931
5 Aug. Windsor. Concerning dower to be assigned. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to cause rightful dower to be assigned to Isabella, who was the wife of John Fletcher, from all lands and tenements formerly of the same John of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died, and, having accepted security from John’s executors that they will satisfy the king for debts if he was bound to him in anything from the first goods formerly of the same deceased, he is to cause them to have free administration thereof. By R. fitz Nicholas
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
932
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert de Tyndal’ gives the king 2 m. for having a writ of trespass [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
933
[No date]. Essex. Petronilla de Sancto Martino gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
934
[No date]. Sussex. Gregory de Hothore and Walter Sheriff give the king 20s. for taking two assizes before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
These assizes are ‘of novel disseisin’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9’.
935
Vacated. Because otherwise below. By the fine of 500 m. 1 that Joan, who was the wife of Paulinus Peyvre, made with him, the king has granted her the custody of the lands and heirs of the same P. with their marriage, to hold until the lawful age etc. She is to render 100 m. per annum for this and will begin to pay 50 m. at Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 50 m. at Michaelmas following and thus from year [to year] etc. 2
1.
‘500 m.’ interlined.
2.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. See no. 937.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
936
8 Aug. Windsor. Concerning the manor of King’s Barton, which has been committed. The king has committed his manor of King’s Barton outside Gloucester with appurtenances to Hugh Gargate to keep for as long as it pleases the king in the form that the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, will say to him on the king’s behalf. Order to the same Hugh to receive that manor to keep as aforesaid, so that he answers for it at the Exchequer. By the king.
937
For Joan, who was the wife of P. Peyvre. By the fine of 500 m. that Joan, who was the wife of P. Peyvre, made with him, the king has granted her the custody of all lands formerly of the same P. until the lawful age of his heirs, together with the custody of the same heirs with the advowsons of churches, wardships, escheats, and all other appurtenances that might have accrued to him for any reason if he had held that custody in his hand. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from Joan for rendering 50 m. to the king at Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 50 m. at Michaelmas following and 100 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until etc., he is to cause her to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody, as aforesaid. 1 By the king and council.
[in the Roll]
1.
A cancelled version of this entry can be found above at no. 935.
938
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. The abbot of Sawtry gives the king 40s. so that Alan of Wassand may be removed from taking an assize that he has arraigned against the abbot of Ramsey. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
939
For Henry of Norwich. The king has granted to Henry, son of Nicholas of Norwich, his serjeant, those nine solidates of rent with appurtenances in Norwich which Jordan de Beauney held from the king in the same vill and which are in the king’s hand as his escheats on account of the felony that Jordan committed, to have and hold to Henry and his heirs for the due and accustomed service for this. Order to the sheriff to cause him to have full seisin thereof, as aforesaid. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
940
9 Aug. Windsor. For Reginald son of Peter. To the barons of the Exchequer. The king has granted his beloved [and] faithful Reginald son of Peter that he may render 40 m. per annum for the 160 m. which he owes him for default of the knight that he ought to have found for him in Gascony, namely 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 20 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 40 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 160 m. are paid to the king. Order to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
941
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Nicholas Vintner of Dunstable gives the king half a mark for taking [an assize of novel] disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
942
[No date]. Staffordshire. The abbot of Combermere gives the king one mark for taking [an assize of novel] disseisin before Master S. of Walton and Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
943
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. Paulinus de Cantilupe gives the king one mark for having a writ concerning mayhem [returnable] at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc. 1
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Uncertain translation of 'uno brevi de maem’'.
a.
This fine is for ‘having a writ of appeal at the Bench’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9’.
944
[No date]. Vacated. Because he did not have it. Thomas of Utworth gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
945
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Ralph of Quarrendon gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) at Eton upon his next arrival at Windsor. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire that etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
946
For the prior of Ruislip. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to place in respite the demand for 6 m. that he makes from the prior of Ruislip by summons of the Exchequer until the quindene of Michaelmas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
947
Oxfordshire. Gamaliel, son of Master Milo of Oxford, Jew, gives the king four talents of gold for having a writ of peace. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
948
[No date]. Worcestershire. John de Camera and Alice, who was the wife of Stephen de Camera, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton, W. de Stuteville and John Esturmy. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
949
[No date]. The abbot of Forde gives the king […] 1
1.
Entry unfinished and cancelled by a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
950
13 Aug. Windsor. Concerning distraining Aaron the Jew of York. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to distrain Aaron of York, Jew, by his lands and chattels to render to the king the 50 m. sterling, or 5 m. of gold, in which he is bound to him for a certain promise made about changing an allowance to Elias le Eveske and Aaron son of Abraham, Jews, so that the king has them before the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, because the king has placed the remaining £100 in respite until he orders otherwise. By the king
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
951
Concerning taking the abbey of St. Benet of Hulme into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take the vacant abbey of St. Benet of Hulme into the king’s hand and keep it safely until the king orders him otherwise, so that he answers for it at the Exchequer.
[in the Roll]
952
Concerning taking the chattels of a prisoner taken into the king’s hand for [trespass of the king’s] die. Order to A. la Zouche, justice of Chester, that, diligent inquisition having been taken concerning the goods and chattels formerly of Roger de Ardern’, taken and imprisoned for trespass of the king’s die, he is to cause these goods and chattels to be arrested and kept safely until the king orders otherwise. By the king.
953
[No date]. Staffordshire. Alexander of Bickford and Hawise, his wife, give the king one mark for having a pone to [remove a plea before the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
954
15 Aug. Westminster. Concerning handing over on bail. Order to the constable of St. Briavels to hand over on bail, until the next coming of the king’s justices in those parts, Richard Clerk of Muchelney and Thomas of Clifford, detained in the king’s castle of St. Briavels for hunting in the king’s forest of Dean, having taken a reasonable fine from them according to their capacity to pay. By the king.
955
Concerning handing over on bail. Walter Prid, Walter, his son, Thomas Faber, John Woodward and Traerus Clerk, imprisoned for treasure found upon them, have similar letters addressed to the same constable. 1
1.
Uncertain translation of 'thesauro invento'.
956
[No date]. Kent. Robert lefred’ and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
957
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. The abbot of Beeleigh and Ralph son of Ingulf give the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
958
[No date]. Kent. John, son of William de Schanebroc’, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
959
For Peter Branch. Order to the sheriff of Essex to place in respite the distraint he makes upon Peter Branch for the debts of Gascony by summons of the Exchequer until the quindene of Michaelmas. 1 By P. Chaceporc.
1.
Authority clause added above the witness clause by another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
960
For William of Huntercombe. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to place in respite, until Easter in one month, the distraint he makes upon William of Huntercombe for a certain debt of £40 1 that is exacted from him in the Jewry for the custody of the land and heirs of Ralph de Hodeng. By J. Mansel.
1.
‘£40’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
961
[No date]. Norfolk. The abbot of West Dereham gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
962
[No date]. Norfolk. The same abbot gives the king another half-mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
Below this entry at the foot of the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 9, is the following note: ‘Sum, £550 13s. 4d., from this roll’.
963
For the mayor and citizens of York. The king has granted to the mayor and citizens of York that they may answer him by their hands at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next to come for all debts that are exacted from them by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire not to distrain them in the meantime for the aforesaid debts but to permit them to levy and collect those debts until the aforesaid term. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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964
17 Aug. Westminster. For Enguerrand de Fiennes. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas next to come, the demand for 40 m. that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Enguerrand de Fiennes for a debt of Robert de Guines. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
965
[No date]. Sussex. John Taillard gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
966
[No date]. Kent. The court of the Master of the Hospital of St. Mary, Dover, of Honeychild gives the king one mark for a writ for having four men before the sheriff of Kent to answer for the whole community of the aforesaid court for false judgement, of which they are accused. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
967
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Henry son of Richard gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
968
[No date]. Somerset. Robert de Punchardon gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
969
[No date]. Norfolk. Thomas son of Walter gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
970
For Drogo de Barentin. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite all debts which are exacted from Drogo de Barentin by summons of the Exchequer until Christmas in the thirty-sixth year. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
971
[No date]. Norfolk. Matilda, who was the wife of Hamo of Denton, gives the king one mark 1 for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘gives the king one mark’ interlined.
972
For several Jews. The king has granted to Aaron of York, Isaac son of Elias le Eveske, Deulacresse son of Aaron son of Abraham, and Samuel of Norwich, Jews, that henceforth, for the next six years, they may render 50 m. per annum at the Exchequer of all the debt that they owe him of the £1377 and half a mark of the debts formerly of Isaac of Norwich, Jew, found in the treasury in London, concerning which the king had granted them that they were to render 100 m. per annum, namely 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 50 m. thus in the following years at the same terms until the end of the aforesaid six years. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 By Phillip Luvel.
1.
Authority clause added above the witness clause, possibly by another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
973
[No date]. Somerset. Richard Lautful gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
974
[No date]. Herefordshire. Roger de Mortimer and Matilda, his wife, William de Cantilupe and Eva, his wife, and Humphrey de Bohun and Eleanor, his wife, give the king 20s. 1 for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘20s.’ written over an erasure.
975
[No date]. Suffolk. Christiana of Plumborough gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
976
For Roger de Sezevall’. The king has granted to Roger de Sezevall’ that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire for a trespass, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and the remaining 10 m. in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
977
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Juliana, who was the wife of John de Bech’, gives the king one mark 1 for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘one mark’ interlined by another hand.
978
[No date]. Kent. Ralph Godwine gives the king half a mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
979
[No date]. Wiltshire. Albreda de Botreaux has made fine with the king by 10 m. for contempt in the perambulation made between the land of John Mansel in Broughton and her land in West Dean in Wiltshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
980
[No date]. For Joan de Neville. Joan de Neville has made fine with the king by another 10 m. for the same in the same perambulation in the same vills in which they placed themselves before the king (coram Rege). They are to render which 20 m. at the Exchequer over two years, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, namely 2½ m. from each of them, and another 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and the remaining 10 m. thus in the following year at the same terms. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
981
23 Aug. Havering. For John Walensis. By the fine of 20 m. 1 that John Walensis made with him, the king has granted him the custody of the land and heirs of Walter de Wybrug’ in Havering with appurtenances, to hold until the lawful age of Walter’s heirs together with their marriage, which 20 m. he is to put his towards the works at Havering. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
The sum is preceded by an erasure with a line through it.
982
For William Markedich. The king has granted to William Markedich’ the custody of the land and heirs of Geoffrey le Bush’ with appurtenances in Havering for £10, of which he is to render 5 m. per annum, namely 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and the remaining 10 m. thus for the two following years at the same terms, to have and hold until the lawful age of the aforesaid heirs together with their marriage By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
983
For Geoffrey Gascelin and Joan, his wife. The king has granted to G. Gascelin and Joan, his wife, that they may render one moiety of the 8 m. 10s. that they owe him for the debts in which Walter de Goderville, Joan’s father, whose heir she is, was bound to Abraham of Berkhamsted, Jew, at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year. 1 Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
1.
Terms corrected from ‘… 2 m. 2s. 6d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 2 m. 2s. 6d. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth, year following, and all of the rest thus in the following year at the same terms’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
984
[No date]. Essex. Richard, son of Richard of Havering, gives the king half a mark for having a writ concerning an assault (de verberacione) before the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This fine is for ‘having a writ of trespass before the king’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10.
985
[No date]. Essex. Clemencia, daughter of Richard de Monasterio, and Rose, her sister, give the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
986
[No date]. Devon. The prior of Montacute gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
987
For Hugh [de] Picquigny. The king has pardoned to Hugh de Picquigny the 2½ m. which the sheriff of Norfolk exacts from him by summons of the Exchequer for a licence to make concord between him and Margaret de Redvers. Order to the same sheriff to cause him to be quit therefrom. 1 Later, in the thirty-sixth year, the barons of the Exchequer were commanded likewise. By the king.
1.
Witness clause entered here. Another hand adds what now follows.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
988
[No date]. Concerning the amercements of the men of Havering. John le Waleys, bailiff of Havering, ought to answer for £42 12s., which he received from the men of the manor of Havering, an amercement for a trespass and concealment made before the king (coram Rege). Their names are in a schedule that John himself has.
[in the Roll]
989
26 Aug. Waltham. For Robert de Ros. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to place in respite, until Easter, the demand for £25 2s. 1½d. that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Robert de Ros from his eyre to take the pleas of the forest in the aforesaid county while he was the king’s justice.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
990
For Robert de Ros. Order to the sheriff of Northumberland to place in respite, until Easter, the demand for £91 3s. 8d. that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Robert de Ros for the issues of the forest while he was a justice. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
991
Norfolk. Andrew son of Bertram gives the king one mark for having an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
992
Norfolk. Bertram of Holkham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before the same. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
993
Suffolk. Roger de Stowa gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
994
For the abbot of Bec-Hellouin and his men. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas, the demand for 41s. 2d. that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from the abbot of Bec-Hellouin and his men for certain amercements, the chattels of hanged men and a murder fine.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
995
For Isabella, who was the wife of John Fletcher. By a fine of 20 m. which Isabella, who was the wife of John Fletcher, made with him, the king has granted her the custody of the land and heirs of the same John, to have and hold until the lawful age of the same heirs together with their marriage. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from Isabella for rendering the aforesaid 20 m. to the king at the Exchequer, namely 2 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 2 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 4 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until she has paid the aforesaid 20 m., he is to cause her to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody with appurtenances, as aforesaid. 1 She has letters patent for this. By J. Mansel.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here. Another hand adds what now follows.
996
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Adam of Hackbeach gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
997
[No date]. For the abbot of Ramsey. Because he surrendered the writ. The abbot of Ramsey gives the king 40s. so that Henry de Coleville might be associated with G. of Preston in an assize concerning common of pasture in Wauton’, by the pledge of William le Blund of Norfolk and Suffolk and Henry de Maulay, king’s clerk. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he surrendered the writ. It is marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
998
[No date]. Essex. William le Blund gives the king one mark for having the writ (quare vi et armis) [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
999
For Nicholas de Molis. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until Christmas, the demand that they make by summons of the Exchequer from Nicholas de Molis for a prest made to him in Gascony.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1000
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The abbot of Vaudey gives the king 20s. for having a writ of trespass [returnable] before the king (coram Rege) against Hugh Duket. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1001
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert de Tindal’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1002
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Roger Gernet and Joan, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1003
[No date]. Concerning placing on bail. Robert Paen, taken and detained in the king’s prison of Ilchester for the death of Simon Gent, of which he has been accused, has letters to the sheriff of Somerset that he be placed on bail.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1004
[No date]. Norfolk. Ralph of Frettenham and Alice, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1005
30 Aug. St. Albans. Concerning taking chattels into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take into the king’s hand all goods and chattels of Roger Copping and John of Dunwich, fugitives for felony, as is said, and to keep them safely without subtraction until the king orders otherwise.
1006
For the men of Hertford. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to place in respite, until the octaves of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, all demands that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from the men of Hertford, both from the time of W. de Valence and from other times past. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1007
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Andrew, son of Hugh de Weston’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1008
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Gilbert, son of Nigel de Weston’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize before the same H. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1009
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Thomas de Cissevern’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1010
1 Sept. Windsor. Concerning taking the manor of Iver into the king’s hand. Order to Hugh le Moyne of Iver 1 to take into the king’s hand the manor of Iver, formerly of Ada de Balliol, and to keep it safely until the king orders otherwise. 2
1.
Corrected from ‘Walter of Thirkleby, the king’s marshal’.
2.
Date corrected from ‘1 Aug.’
1011
Essex. Ivo of Mortlake gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10, has been corrected from ‘Essex’ to ‘Surrey’.
1012
Hertfordshire. Alexander of Bassingbourn gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10, has been corrected from ‘Hertfordshire’ to ‘Cambridgeshire’.
1013
Lincolnshire. William, son of Robert de Weston’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1014
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Hugh, son of Robert de Weston’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1015
[No date]. Derbyshire. Henry de Boketon’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take security etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1016
[No date]. Warwickshire. Robert son of Amfrid gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take security etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1017
4 Sept. Windsor. For Walter de Huntel’. The king has granted to Walter de Huntel’ that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 30 m. by which he made fine with him for a trespass of the forest that he made in [the Forest of] Dean in the thirty-fifth year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and the remaining 20 m. thus for the following two years at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1018
For Robert of Pillerton. The king has granted to Robert of Pillerton that he may render 10s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the 20s. at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege) at Westminster for a trespass, and 10s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1019
For Robert of Pillerton. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to permit him to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1020
Northamptonshire. John, son of Warner of Duston, gives the king half a mark for taking 1 an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘a writ’ is entered here apparently in error.
1021
Buckinghamshire. Ralph son of Hugh gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Windsor after Michaelmas. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1022
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Walter Thury gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1023
Kent. Robert Fuller gives the king one mark for having a writ at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1024
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Walter de Scotney gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed on assizes etc., by the pledge of Wybert of Kent. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1025
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Ramsey gives the king 5 m. of gold for a charter to have a warren in eleven of his manors and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery, which he is to pay in the Wardrobe in the quindene of Michaelmas by the pledge of H. de Maulay. 1 He has paid and is quit. By the king.
1.
Authoirty clause entered here. What follows is entered in another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1026
5 Sept. Windsor. Buckinghamshire. Ralph, son of Geoffrey of Quarrendon, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1027
Derbyshire. Katherine, daughter of Ralph de Wynefeld’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before J. of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1028
6 Sept. Windsor. A fine for the removal of a plea. Hugh de Vere, earl of Oxford, gives the king 10 m. and a sore hawk for removing the plea concerning land that is before the justices of the Bench between him and Hugh de Bolbec before the justices next itinerant in Yorkshire.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10, has been corrected from ‘S’. Yorkshire’ to ‘in the Roll. Essex’.
1029
Kent. Walter, son of Elias de Ouen’, gives the king half a mark for having a writ of trespass [returnable] before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1030
For Peter Talun. The king has pardoned to Peter Talun the 5 m. by which he fined with him for a trespass of the pillory in Winchester, for which he and John le Clop were imprisoned. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to permit Peter to be quit from the aforesaid 5 m. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1031
Kent. The Master of the Hospital of St. Mary of Strood gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before B. de Criel and Reginald of Cobham. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1032
[No date]. Sussex. Amfrid of Ferring gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1033
[No date]. Sussex. Thomas Attegrave gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1034
Concerning the escheats of oaks. Order to the steward of the forest in Yorkshire to cause Robert of Crepping, sheriff of Yorkshire, to have all escheats of fallen oaks in the aforesaid forest in order to undertake the king’s works, so that the same sheriff might answer the king for them at the Exchequer.

Membrane 5d.

1035
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Richard de Heninton’, bailiff of John de Balliol and Dervorguilla, his wife, came before the king (coram Rege) at Windsor on Saturday, the morrow of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary and prayed for their land, which has been taken into the king’s hand for the default they made against Ralph de Préaux before the king (coram Rege), to be replevied to them.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 4

1036
[No date]. Leicestershire. Geoffrey le Suter gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea before the justices] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1037
Northamptonshire. Christiana, who was the wife of Robert son of Geoffrey, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1038
[No date]. Warwickshire. William, son of William of Maxstoke, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin 1 before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘of novel disseisin’ interlined.
1039
[No date]. Suffolk. Seman Blundel gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1040
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Adam Hok gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1041
8 Sept. Windsor. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Westminster the value of the king’s corn which had been in the manors of Cookham and Bray on 27 December in the thirty-fifth year, on condition that the liveries of sergeants and the sustenance of plough-beasts in the aforesaid manors are paid to the king from the same corn up to the harvest of the new grain in autumn just past. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot to be quit from the aforesaid value. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1042
Gloucestershire. Walter Comyn and Margaret, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1043
Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Roger de Ros, tailor, the £20 23d. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for prises made in the time of William de Plessetis. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Roger to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1044
Dorset. Nicholas de Neubur’ gives the king one mark for having an attaint before H. of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1045
Concerning a fine for a charter. Roger de Whitcestr’, clerk, gives the king 40s. for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
1046
Norfolk. Robert Capellanus of Crimplesham gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1047
Norfolk. Geoffrey de Musil and Gilbert, his son, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1048
Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Well’ shall give the king 4 m. of gold at the feast of St. Edward next to come for having a warren in his demesne lands in Lincolnshire and for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1049
Concerning a fine of gold. The prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England gives the king one mark of gold, which he will render at the same term, for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1050
12 Sept. Guildford. For the prior of Ogbourne and his men. Order to the keeper of the forest of Chute to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas, the distraint that he makes upon the prior of Ogbourne and his men in his bailiwick for the hambling of their dogs. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1051
Concerning distraint for gold. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to distrain Aaron of York, Jew, without delay to render one mark of gold to the king for the default of 5 m. of gold he paid to the king in talents and minted gold coin which he ought to have paid to him in gold leaf but did not pay. 1 By the king.
1.
Uncertain translation of 'auro de cuneo'.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1052
For Geoffrey de Scalariis. The king has granted to Geoffrey de Scalariis, keeper of the land and heir of Ralph son of Fulk, that he may render £10 per annum of the £45 and three palfreys which Ralph owed to the king, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year, 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £10 thus from year to year at the same terms until the the aforesaid debt has been paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1053
For Geoffrey de Scalariis. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to permit him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause his livestock taken for this reason to be delivered to him.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1054
Somerset. Thomas Picot and Christiana, his wife, give the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1055
Surrey. Hamo de Sicwode gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before H. de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1056
Cambridgeshire. John Aldith’ and Leviva, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1057
[No date]. Norfolk. Henry de Stuowe and Achard le Fevre, taken and detained in the king’s prison of Norwich for the death of Alexander of Holkham, of which they are accused, give the king 2 m. that they be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk that they be placed on bail and to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1058
Gloucestershire. Henry Silvester 1 of Gloucester gives the king half a mark for a writ to have an inquisition. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘Silvester’ written over an erasure.
a.
The surname is similarly written over an erasure in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10.
1059
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Richard le Chapeleyn of Creeton gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1060
13 Sept. Guildford. For Milo Pichard. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire that if Milo Pichard, who has been detained in the king’s prison of Gloucester for trespass of the forest and other offences, will find him twelve free and law-worthy men of his county who shall mainpern to have him before the king’s justices next itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in the aforesaid county, then he is to hand him over an bail, as aforesaid. Once he has handed him over on bail in the form aforesaid, he is to cause the constable of the king’s castle of Gloucester to know this, to whom the king has commanded that he is to deliver him from prison at his command. 1 By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
Uncertain translation of 'de alio retto'.
a.
The money is to be paid ‘in order to buy gold therewith’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10. It is also noted there that ‘He has paid and is quit’.
1061
For Milo Pichard. The same Milo gives the king 20 m., to be rendered to him in his Wardrobe at St. Edward next to come.
[in the Roll]
a.
The money is to be paid ‘in order to buy gold therewith’ in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10. It is also noted there that ‘He has paid and is quit’.
1062
[No date]. Norfolk. Agnes, who was the wife of Nicholas Chese, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc. 1
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
There is scribal reference mark in the margin beside this entry resembling a lower case ‘t’.
a.
This entry is the last to be recorded on the originalia roll, E 371/16, and comes after no. 1227 below. Below it, at the foot of the originalia roll are the following notes: ‘Sum of this roll, £706. Sum of sums of this whole extract, £2699 7s.’ On the dorse of E 371/16, m. 12d. is the following note: ‘Sum total, £3275 7s. 8d.’
1063
15 Sept. Guildford. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Peter de Cabric, merchant, the half-mark at which he was amerced before the sheriffs of London [in a plea of debt] against William de Sancto Albino for the default of proving a debt that he exacted from William. Order to the aforesaid sheriffs to cause Peter to be quit therefrom. By Artald de Sancto Romano.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1064
Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Hervey de Rugemere, John, son of the parson of Cornard, Turmod of Bures and William son of Hervey 20s., 1 namely half a mark to the aforesaid Hervey, at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant at Cattishall because he did not prosecute a writ before them, and half a mark to the aforesaid John and Turmod, at which they were amerced before the same justices for pledging the same Hervey, 2 and half a mark to the aforesaid William son of Hervey, at which he was amerced before the justices of the Bench because he did not prosecute a writ before the same justices. Order to the barons of the Exchequer etc.
1.
‘of Bures and William son of Hervey 20s.’ interlined.
2.
‘because he did not prosecute … pledging the same Hervey’ written over an erasure. What follows corrects a final line that does not appear to link directly to that which goes before: ‘they are to cause the aforesaid Hervey and William to be quit from the aforesaid monies. Witness as above. By Bertram de Criel’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1065
Concerning a pardon. Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Suffolk for the same.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1066
Sussex. William fitz Alan gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1067
For Robert de Lacy. It is written in the same manner to the barons of the Exchequer. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to cause Robert de Lacy, king’s valet, to have 50 m. without delay from the issues of the king’s escheats as a prest from the king, of which the king has granted him that he may render 5 m. to him each year at his Exchequer of Easter until the aforesaid 50 m. are paid to the king, the first term beginning at Easter in the thirty-sixth year. By G. de Russillon’.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10, reads ‘Shropshire’.
b.
The originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10 mistakenly gives the annual render as ‘50 m.’, probably as a result of miscopying.
1068
17 Sept. Guildford. For Roger de Mowbray. Roger de Mowbray gives the king 10 m., which he is to render at the feast of St. Edward in gold, 1 for having at farm the wapentake of Ewcross, which Alice of Staveley previously held from the king at farm, for as long as it pleases the king. He is to render 20 m. each year to the king for the aforesaid wapentake, namely 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter and 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘which he is to render at the feast of St. Edward in gold’ interlined.
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10, is a note that ‘He has paid and is quit’.
1069
For Roger de Mowbray. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to cause him to have full seisin of the aforesaid wapentake.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1070
For Robert de Bareville. The king has taken the homage of Robert de Bareville, son and heir of Richard de Bareville, for all lands and tenements which Richard held from the king in chief in Lincolnshire, and the king has rendered the aforesaid lands and tenements to Robert. Order to the abbot of Pershore that, having accepted security from Robert for 100s. to the king’s use for his relief, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements of which Richard was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died. 1 Later, the king granted him that he might render 40s. for this per annum, namely 20s. at Michaelmas and 20s. at Easter at his Exchequer. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is added by another hand. The authority clause comes right at the end.
1071
Concerning a fine of gold for a confirmation. Geoffrey de Braybuf gives the king half a mark of gold for having a confirmation. He has paid it in the Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10, reads ‘Surrey’.
1072
For Richard de la Rivere. The king has granted to Richard de La Rivere that, of the 30 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire, he may render a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and all of the rest thus at the same terms in the two years following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1073
18 Sept. Guildford. For Sampson de Saunford’. The king has granted to Sampson de Saunford’ that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the 10 m. by which he made fine with him for the custody of the land and heir of Robert of Laverstock and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer, and 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By P. de Rivallis.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1074
For Sampson de Saunford’. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to permit him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause his livestock taken for this reason to be delivered to him.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1075
Cumberland. Alan of Moulton and Alice, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1076
[No date]. Cumberland. Thomas, son of Alan of Moulton, gives the king one mark for having a writ of warranty of charter relating to the county of Cumberland before the justices at York. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to take.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
Below this entry at the foot of the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 10, is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, £167’.
1077
[No date]. Wiltshire. John de Eston’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Marlborough. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1078
[No date]. For a fine concerning a trespass. Meuric ap Llywelyn Fychan gives the king two plough oxen priced 8 m. 1 for having his letters of pardon for a trespass that he made in escaping the king’s prison of Shrewsbury. He has land in the bailiwick of the constable of Montgomery.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘priced 8 m.’ interlined.
1079
[No date]. Concerning a fine for wines that have been sold. Memorandum that Ivo Vintner of Guildford and Alan Long of Guildford are to render 7 m. to the king at Easter in the thirty-sixth year for three tuns of grape juice (Musto) sold to them at Guildford on Monday next after the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in Surrey. By the Steward.
[in the Roll]
1080
[No date]. Surrey. Thomas of Otworth gives the king one mark, of which he is to render half a mark at Hilary and half a mark at Easter, for having the year and day that pertains to the king from the land of Adam de La Strode, who has been outlawed for the death of a man, for which the king’s escheator of Surrey ought to answer the king.
[in the Roll]
1081
[No date]. Concerning the vill of Guildford, which has been committed at farm. Nicholas de Wauncy has taken the king’s part of the vill of Guildford at farm for as long as it pleases the king. He is to render £13 for this per annum, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, the first term beginning at Easter in the thirty-sixth year. By the abbot of Pershore
[in the Roll]
1082
Staffordshire. Thomas Grim gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1083
Concerning receiving oxen. For the 16 oxen by which Meuric ap Llywelyn Fychan has made fine with him, the king has pardoned him the suit of his peace which pertains to him for the trespass that he made in escaping from prison in the king’s castle of Shrewsbury, and has assigned the same 16 oxen to till his demesne lands of Montgomery. Order to Guy de Rochfort, bailiff of Montgomery, to receive the same oxen to the king’s use, as aforesaid. By the king and G. de Rochfort.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1084
Sussex. John le Breton gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1085
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Elias de Kayllewey of Wiltshire gives the king twelve talents of gold for a writ of inquisition, which he will render at the feast of St. Edward.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1086
Somerset. Thomas of Tedburn gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1087
[No date]. Concerning Windsor castle, which has been committed. Memorandum that Matilda de Lacy owes the king 74 m. 3s. for the wards pertaining to Windsor castle from the term of St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fourth year up to the feast of St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fifth year, and then 18 m. 3s. 9d. 1 from the aforesaid feast of St. John the Baptist in the thirty-fifth year up to Michaelmas next to come. She is to render a moiety of all of the abovesaid money to the king on the morrow of All Souls and the other moiety in the quindene of Easter next following. Then, from that term of Michaelmas past, she is to render 74 m. 3s. every year for the aforesaid wards. She will have the remainder of the aforesaid wards for custody of the aforesaid castle, which is extended at 70 m. She will find sustenance for two watchmen and a gardener. She is to render a moiety of the aforesaid 74 m. 3s. at Easter in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at St. Peter in Chains.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘and 18 m. 3s. 9d.’ interlined.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 11, reads ‘Berkshire’.
1088
20 Sept. Windsor. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Mathias Bezill the 36s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the crops growing in certain assarts in Essex. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By Guy de Russillun.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1089
[No date]. Yorkshire. Nicholas le Bret gives the king 20s. for having an attaint before the justices next itinerant in Yorkshire. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1090
[No date]. Herefordshire. Alexander of Thundersley owes the king 11 m. for acquitting a charter concerning certain lands and tenements given to him in Ireland by the king from [the fees of] the Chancery. He has land in Herefordshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
1091
22 Sept. Windsor. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Roger de Lekinton’ the 40s. which he owed him for a tun of wine that Robert Dacre sold to him out of the king’s wines at Gloucester. Order to the aforesaid Robert to cause him to be quit therefrom. By Bertram de Criel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1092
[No date]. Herefordshire. Henry Barun gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1093
For Thomas Cordeboef. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to place in respite the demand for 30s. that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Thomas Cordeboef for a debt of John Cordeboef, his father, until Michaelmas in 15 days. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1094
Concerning a fine for gold. William Le Cunestabl’ of Yorkshire gives the king 5 m. of gold for having a writ that he not be placed upon any assizes, juries or recognitions, which he has delivered into the king’s Wardrobe in order to buy gold therewith.
a.
A marginal note beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 11, reads ‘He is quit’.
1095
25 Sept. Windsor. For Anger de Tatlinton’. The king has given respite to Anger de Tattlinton’ from 5 m. for having an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand, until the quindene of Michaelmas next to come. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to cause him to have that respite and [to cause his] livestock etc. By B. de Criel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1096
For John de Balliol. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the demand for £100 that they make by summons of the Exchequer from John de Balliol for an amercement in the eyre of the justices to be placed in respite until Christmas. 1 By G. de Russilun and P. de Rivallis.
1.
Authority clause interlined at the right-hand edge of the membrane.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1097
For William de Sinago. The king has pardoned to William de Sinago the £9 10s. 6d. 1 which John de Stappelegh’ owed to Samariellus and Deuzegart, Jews of Winchester, whose debts are in the king’s hand and for which the king has betaken himself to the same William for the aforesaid John. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause him to be quit from the aforesaid £9 10s. 6d. 2 and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
1.
‘6d.’ interlined.
2.
‘6d.’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1098
For the abbot of Peterborough. The king has given respite to John, now abbot of Peterborough, until Easter in the thirty-sixth year, from the 45 m. by which W., formerly abbot of Peterborough, made fine before R. Passelewe and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Leicestershire, 1 for assarts, and which are exacted from John by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid respite. By the king and G. de Russillun.
1.
Corrected by expunction from ‘Northamptonshire’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1099
[No date]. Suffolk. Simon son of Richard gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1100
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Henry Payn gives the king one mark for having an attaint of novel disseisin before R. Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1101
[No date]. Leicestershire. Geoffrey Le Suur of Great Bowden gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1102
Concerning a fine for a warren. William, son of William de Beauchamp of Bedford, gives the king 15 m. for a charter to have a warren, market and fair in his manor of Linslade and for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery, which the has paid in the Wardrobe in order to buy gold therewith, and he is quit.
[in the Roll]
1103
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Master Hugh of Burford gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Woodstock. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1104
27 Sept. Windsor. For W. de Ferrers, earl of Derby. The king has pardoned to William de Ferrers, earl of Derby, 50 m. of the £100 in which he was amerced before him (coram Rege) for a false claim against Alan de Windhill’, and has granted him that he may pay 50 m. of the remaining 100 m. on the morrow of Martinmas in the thirty-sixth year and the other 50 m. on the morrow of Trinity in the same year. The king has also given him respite, until Martinmas aforesaid in the aforesaid year, from the 50s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for his men of Woodham Ferrers for amercements [levied] before R. Passelewe in his eyre in Essex. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same earl to be quit from the aforesaid 50 m., to have the aforesaid terms for the aforesaid 100 m., to have the aforesaid respite from the aforesaid 50s., and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1105
[No date]. Hampshire. Peter son of Stephen gives the king one mark for having a writ of appeal before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

Membrane 4d.

1106
[No date]. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take the liberty of the vill of Rochester 1 into the king’s hand and attach the bailiffs and twelve of the more trustworthy and discreet men of the same vill to be before the king (coram Rege) on the morrow of St. Denis at Westminster in order to answer him for that which is said to them on behalf of the king. He is to cause all those who are in the king’s prison of Rochester accused of the intrusion of Christiana daughter of Dunstan, condemned for the death of her brother, to come before the king (coram Rege) at the aforesaid day and place, and to keep safely all those, both laymen and clerks, who hold themselves within a church for the intrusion of the aforesaid woman, so that they shall not leave before they shall do what ought to be done according to the custom of the land. 2
1.
Corrected by expunction from ‘the vill of Rochester’.
2.
This entry is written at the very top of the dorse. The following entry is written about half way down.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1107
[No date]. Manors extended by the abbot of Pershore.

New and Old Windsor had first [been extended] at £33 … 1 are now extended and put out at farm for £50. The manors of Cookham, Bray and Kempton had first [been extended] at £140 … 2 are now put out at farm to Godfrey of Liston for £220 74s. Godfrey is to keep the king’s forest of Windsor and the parks of Windsor and Kempton at his costs, for the custody of which he used to take £20 from the king’s Wardrobe. Item, he takes £49 6s. 8d. per annum from the rents pertaining to the ward of Windsor castle, from which he was accustomed to take nothing per annum before the extent had been taken, but Matilda de Lacy takes £46 13s. 4d. per annum for the custody of the same castle from the aforesaid rents, excepting £49 6s. 8d. The manor of Woodstock with all appurtenances had first [been extended] at £120 and is now handed over at farm for £180. The king’s barton outside Gloucester had first [been extended] at £44 and is now extended at £50. The custom of the tine of ale of Gloucester had first [been extended] at 15 m. and is now extended at 50 m., which ale Mathias Bezill takes by order of the king. The manor of Melksham had first [been extended] at £80 and is now handed over to Hugh Gargate to improve, and he will answer for it by £140 per annum. Item, the manor of Chippenham had first [been extended] at £7, and Hugh will now answer by £9 7s. for the same manor. Item, the manor of Yatesbury had first [been extended] at £10½ and it is now extended and handed over to the same Hugh, for which he will answer by £20 per annum. The manor of Poulton was first extended for £26, now it is handed over to the said Hugh for £40. The king’s barton outside Bristol, which John fitz Geoffrey holds, had first [been extended] at £40 but it is now extended at £69. The custom of the tine of ale of Bristol had first [been extended] at 100s. but it is now extended at 20 m., which ale the said John takes. The manors of Bromsgrove and King’s Norton had first [been extended] at £60. Now they are handed over at farm for £102. The manor of Feckenham had first [been extended] at £40. Now it is handed over at farm for £45. The vill of Guildford had first [been extended] at £8. Now it is handed over at farm for £13. Sum total of ancient rent, £670 3s. 4d. Sum total of the increase by the extent, £367 17s. 8d. Sum of sums, £1028 12d.

1.
This ellipsis represents a short horizontal line in the entry.
2.
This ellipsis represents a short horizontal line in the entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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1108
26 Sept. Windsor. For Nicholas of Haversham. The king has taken the homage of Nicholas of Haversham, son and heir of Nicholas of Haversham, for all lands and tenements which the aforesaid Nicholas, his father, held from the king in chief, and the king has rendered all of the aforesaid lands and tenements to him. Order to the abbot of Pershore that, having accepted security from the abovesaid Nicholas for rendering 100s. to the king at the Exchequer on the morrow of Hilary for his relief, 1 he is to cause the aforesaid Nicholas to have full seisin of all lands and tenements which the aforesaid Nicholas the elder held from the king in chief and of which the same Nicholas was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘for his relief’ interlined.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 11, reads ‘Buckinghamshire’.
b.
For an entry not recorded in the Fine Roll but entered on the Originalia Roll in this chronological sequence see no. 1230 below.
1109
30 Sept. Windsor. For Robert de Maris. The king has given respite to Robert de Maris, until Christmas, from the 10 m. which he is bound to render to him at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year of the 20 m. that he received from the king as loan from the issues of the county of Northamptonshire. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1110
Concerning a fine for a charter. He has paid in the Wardrobe and is quit. Henry son of Ranulf has made fine with the king by 20 m. for a charter to have a warren in divers of his manors in Yorkshire and for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery, of which he has rendered 10 m. to the king cash down in the Wardrobe in order to buy gold therewith, and he is to pay the remaining 10 m. at Martinmas. 1 The same Henry paid those 10 m. in the king’s Wardrobe on St. Silvester in order to buy gold therewith. He is quit.
[S’]
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is written by another hand and is wrapped below the line towards the right-hand edge of the membrane.
a.
It appears that the marginal annotation ‘in the Roll’ beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 11, has been erased.
b.
The final clause noting full payment is not recorded in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 11.
1111
[No date]. To the treasurer and chamberlains [of the Exchequer]. Order to deliver out of the king’s treasury to his beloved and faithful […] 1
1.
Entry underlined, unfinished, and marked with a cross of cancellation in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1112
1 Oct. Windsor. Concerning the manors of Bromsgrove, King’s Norton and Feckenham. The king has committed the manors of Bromsgrove and King’s Norton to Sampson of Bromsgrove to have and hold until the end of [a term of] five years from Michaelmas last past by rendering £102 to the king per annum at the Exchequer at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, saving to the king wardships, reliefs, marriages, escheats and advowsons of churches. Order to Richard Pippard to deliver those manors to Sampson to hold as aforesaid.
[in the Roll]
1113
Concerning the manors of Bromsgrove, Norton’ and Feckenham. The king has committed the manor of Feckenham with appurtenances to the same Sampson to have and hold until the end of the five years next following from Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year by paying £45 annually at the Exchequer at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, saving to the king wardships etc as above. Order to the men of the aforesaid manor to deliver the aforesaid manor to him to hold as aforesaid.
[in the Roll]
1114
Cambridgeshire. William de Berardeshey gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1115
[No date]. Concerning a certain fine. The community of the vill of Bedford owes the king 5 m., namely 40s. for the concealment of a silver dish and 2 m. for stealing and selling the same dish in their vill.
[S’, in the Roll]
1116
1 Oct. Windsor. Concerning a fine for trespass of the forest. The king has pardoned to Gervase, son of Simon de Noers, the trespass that he made in the king’s forest of Whittlewood, of which he was charged at the time when Robert Passelewe was the king’s justice of the forest. Order to the justices next itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Buckinghamshire not to penalise Gervase or his pledges on acconut of this but to cause them to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1117
2 Oct. Windsor. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to William of Englefield, sheriff of Devon, the 100s. at which he was amerced before him (coram Rege) for several contempts. 1 Order to the same barons to cause William to be quit from the aforesaid 100s.
1.
Corrected by expunction from ‘before the barons of the Exchequer by reason of Bonenfant the Jew and other causes.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1118
5 Oct. Westminster. Concerning £100 given to the fabric fund of the [cathedral] church of Salisbury. The king has given to the fabric [fund] of the [cathedral] church of St. Mary, Salisbury, those £100 at which Robert of Bingham, formerly bishop of Salisbury, was amerced before his justices who last itinerated to take the pleas of the forest in Berkshire for the common summons, and by this the king is quit from all the promises he has made for the fabric [fund] of the aforesaid church. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the executors of the testament of the aforesaid bishop to be quit from the aforesaid £100
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1119
6 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire, which have been committed. The king has committed his counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire to Simon of Houghton at the ancient farm to keep for as long as it pleases the king, rendering for them 5 m. per annum more than any other sheriff who previously held them was accustomed to render to the king.
[in the Roll]
1120
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William de Kaynes gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1121
[No date]. Essex. The prior of Stoke by Clare gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1122
For Reiner of Sotby. The king has granted to Reiner of Sotby that he may render 5 m. at this Exchequer of Michaelmas forthcoming of the 20 m. by which he made fine with him because he was convicted in the assize of novel disseisin that Thomas of Moulton arraigned against Henry of Bath and others before the king (coram Rege) at Woodstock, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, and the remaining 10 m. at the same term for the two following years. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1123
6 Oct. Westminster. Concerning levying the king’s debts from the goods of Nicholas of Haversham. Because Nicholas of Haversham did not satisfy the king during his lifetime for all debts in which he was bound to him, order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to cause the 100s. at which Nicholas was amerced because he did not come before the barons of the Exchequer to be levied from his goods in his bailiwick, so that they are rendered to the king without delay.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1124
Concerning levying the king’s debts from the goods of Nicholas of Haversham. Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Wiltshire to cause the £4 18d. in which Nicholas is bound to the king for several debts, the £21 8s. in which he is bound to him for the aid granted to the king for his crossing into Gascony, and the £65 in which he is bound to him for the men of Melksham, to be levied from Nicholas’s goods in his bailiwick, so that all of the aforesaid money is rendered to the king without delay. He is to distrain the executors of Nicholas’s testament to answer the king for the issues of a moiety of the land of Walter Esturmy and the lands formerly of John le Eveske, for which Nicholas ought to have answered while the aforesaid lands were in the king’s hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1125
7 Oct. Westminster. For William de Curcun. The king has granted to William de Curcun that he may pay 50 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas forthcoming of the £100 by which he made fine with him for certain trespasses that he and his clerks and bailiffs made while he was sheriff of Lincolnshire, 50 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, and 50 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 Order to W. le Breton and W. of Axmouth to cause no inquisitions to be made about them for any trespasses they made during the aforesaid period. If they have done this, the king wishes that they [the inqusitions] be held for nothing.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is added by another hand and is crammed in before the next entry.
1126
Gloucestershire. Roger Oky gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1127
8 Oct. Westminster. Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to take into the king’s hand without delay all lands formerly of Rose of Dover in his bailiwick, both those which have been alienated and others, and to keep them safely until the king orders otherwise.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1128
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order, in the same manner, to the same abbot to take into the king’s hand all lands formerly of Ralph de Vernun in his bailiwick.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 11, reads ‘Chester’.
1129
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Robert Launcelin gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1130
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Sibyl daughter of Abel 1 gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘Adam’.
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 11, the person making fine is given as ‘Sibyl, daughter of Abel of Bedford’.
1131
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Peter, son of Walter of Legbourne, and Alice, his wife, give the king one mark for having a writ of trespass [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1132
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert of Grendon gives the king £10 for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has delivered into the Wardrobe in order to buy gold therewith. He is quit.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 11, reads ‘Warwickshire’.
1133
10 Oct. Westminster. Concerning taking the manor of Lowdham into the king’s hand. Order to Thomas of Stamford, the king’s escheator, to take into the king’s hand the manor of Lowdham with appurtenances, which Walter Byset held for life in Nottinghamshire by bail of the king, and he is to cause it to be kept safely until the king orders otherwise.
[S’, in the Roll]
1134
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The prior of Royston gives the king 1 m. for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1135
Lincolnshire. The prior of the Hospital of the Holy Sepulchre, Lincoln, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1136
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Thomas Daiville gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1137
12 Oct. Westminster. Concerning a rent of salt. Order to the bailiff of John of Monmouth of the New Forest to deliver to Robert of Stopham, the king’s bailiff of Clarendon, those 30 quarters of salt which ought to be paid to the king from his bailiwick each year at Clarendon for a rent of assise, so that he may answer the king for it at the Exchequer as will be answered at the Exchequer. 1
1.
The repetition of ‘at the Exchequer’ may be a scribal error.
1138
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Later, he rendered the remaining 5 m. of gold into the Wardrobe and is quit of everything. Walter of Bath has made fine with the king by 10 m. of gold for all trespasses which he and his clerks and bailiffs made towards the king at the time when Walter was sheriff in Devon, of which he has rendered 5 m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe and is to render the remaining 5 m. at Hilary in the thirty-sixth year. 1
[in the Roll]
1.
There is a scribal reference mark in the margin beside this entry of a cross with a dot in each of the corners, marking its cancellation.
1139
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Ralph Oxe gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1140
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Geoffrey de Punchardon gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before the aforesaid G. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1141
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Alice Ponteys gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1142
[No date]. Kent. John le Calic’ gives the king half a mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
Below this entry at the foot of the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 11, is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, £249 13s. 8d.’
1143
[No date]. Concerning a fine of the men of Montgomery. The king’s men of Montgomery give the king 60 m. that the articles contained in a charter that they have of the king’s grant, even though they were not previously used, are henceforth to be used by them. They are to render a moiety of this at the Exchequer of Hilary and the other moiety at St. John the Baptist next following.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 12, reads ‘Shropshire’.
1144
[No date]. Concerning a fine for Robert Passelewe and Hamo, his brother. Robert Passelewe, archdeacon of Lewes, has made fine with the king by 200 m. that he and Hamo Passelewe, his brother, are to be quit from all accounts, reckonings and other trespasses etc., as is more fully contained in the Patent Roll, of which Robert is to pay 100 m. to the king in the octaves of St. Edward in the thirty-fifth year, 50 m. at Easter next following, and the remaining 50 m. at Michaelmas next following. 1
[in the Roll]
1.
Uncertain translation of 'raciociniis'.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 12, reads ‘Buckinghamshire’.
b.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 12, it is stated that ‘he has paid 100 m. of this cash down’.
1145
[No date]. Suffolk. Katherine Cheure gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1146
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William, son of William Angevin, gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1147
[No date]. Somerset. Richard of Woolston gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 12, the justice is named as ‘Henry le Breton’.
1148
[No date]. Norfolk. Ralph de Benfok’ and Christiana, his wife, give the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1149
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Gunnora de Satchville gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1150
[No date]. Staffordshire. William of Handsacre gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1151
15 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the manor of King’s Barton, which has been committed. The king has committed the manor of King’s Barton outside the vill of Gloucester with appurtenances to the abbot of St. Peter’s, Gloucester, to hold from the king at farm for the ten years next following Michaelmas in the thirty-fifth year by paying £50 annually at the Exchequer, namely £25 at the Exchequer of Easter and £25 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, saving to the king the escheats arising therefrom. 1 He has the king’s letters patent concerning this
[in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘wardships, reliefs, escheats and marriages of free men’.
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 12, the saving clause initially read ‘saving to the king the wardships, reliefs, escheats and marriages of free men’ before being corrected to ‘saving the escheats arising therefrom’.
1152
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a confirmation. Peter, son of Roger of Leicester, gives the king 15 m. for having his confirmation. He has paid them in the Wardrobe in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/16, m. 12, reads ‘Leicestershire’.
1153
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Henry de Friville gives the king 20s. for having a writ concerning breach of the king’s peace relating to the county of Lincolnshire before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1154
[No date]. Wiltshire. Phillip son of Robert gives the king one mark for having a writ of appeal relating to the county of Wiltshire before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1155
Lincolnshire. Robert of Dalderby gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1156
16 Oct. Westminster. For the prior of St. Swithun’s, Winchester. The king has granted to the prior of St. Swithun’s, Winchester, that he may render 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the 100 m. which he owes him for a prest made to him at the Exchequer of Wolvesey, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year, and 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1157
For the prior of St. Swithun’s, Winchester. Order to G. La Grue to permit him to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1158
Concerning respite that has been given. The king has given respite, until Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, to William Franklain and Alice, his wife, from the half-mark at which they were amerced before him (coram Rege) in a plea that was between them and the abbot of Hyde. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have the aforesaid respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1159
[No date]. Rutland. David de Beuton’ and Robert, his brother, Walter son of Geoffrey and Bartholomew and Robert, his brothers, give the king one mark for a pone. Order to the sheriff of Rutland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1160
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Peter de Weston’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before him (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Woodstock. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1161
For the prior and monks of Monkton Farleigh. The king has granted to the prior and monks of Monkton Farleigh that they and their successors may have and hold forever from the king and his heirs those two acres of land with appurtenances in Melksham which the same prior surrendered to the king as his right for an annual rent of 6d., at which the aforesaid land is extended per annum. Order to Hugh Gargate, keeper of the manor of Melksham, to cause the same prior to have full seisin of the aforesaid two acres with appurtenances, to hold as aforesaid. 1
[in the Roll]
1.
‘By’ is written after the witness clause but not further authority is given for this entry.

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1162
Essex. Geoffrey of Stisted, clerk, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1163
16 Oct. Westminster. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to William de Gardinis that which pertained to the king from all manner of the debts of William Burnel, outlawed for felony, whose land the king granted to the same William. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William de Gardinis to be quit therefrom and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1164
[No date]. Berkshire. William de Huscarle gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Reading. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1165
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Walter, son of Reginald de Suthalre, gives the king half a mark for a writ for taking an assize before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1166
17 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the execution of the testament of Nicholas of Haversham. To the abbot of Pershore. Order that, having accepted security from Nicholas, son of Nicholas of Haversham, and Nicholas of Cogenhoe, executors of the testament of the aforesaid Nicholas, for the £97 13s. 2d. which the aforesaid N. owed the king for several debts, namely a moiety of the aforesaid debts at Martinmas in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at the Purification of the Blessed Mary, 1 he is to cause them and their co-executors to have free administration of all goods and chattels formerly of the same Nicholas, in order to make execution of his testament.
1.
‘the other moiety’ cancelled here by expunction.
1167
For Guy de Rochfort. The king has granted to Guy de Rochfort that he may render £18 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year of the £54 which he owes him and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the arrears of [the wages of] knights who he ought to have sustained in the king’s service in Gascony, £18 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-seventh year, and £18 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-eighth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia