Fine Roll C 60/53, 40 HENRY III (1255–1256)

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Roll of the fines of the fortieth year of King Henry son of King John.

1
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Richard de Sees has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano, keeper of the same Wardrobe, half a mark of gold for a charter concerning having warren, a market and fair. And it is acquitted [from the fees] of the seal and he is quit. 1
1.
At least the original first membrane of the Originalia roll, E 371/20, is missing. The first Fine Roll entry on the first surviving membrane of the Originalia roll is no.88 below.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
2
28 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the county of Cumberland and castle of Carlisle which have been committed. The king has committed to William de Fortibus, earl Albemarl’, custody of his county of Cumberland and castle of Carlisle with all its appurtenances for as long as it pleases the king. Witness the king. By Philip Luvel, Robert Walerand and Henry of Bath.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
3
Hertfordshire. Henry de Bokland gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri concerning a tenement in Bokland. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
4
Yorkshire. Roger de Mauneby gives the king one mark for a writ of entry ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
5
[No date]. Somerset. The prior of Taunton gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
6
Essex. Richard Pytun gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
7
29 Oct. Westminster. Norfolk. John Nade, Adam Croyde, Robert Wenge, Reginald de Paumer, Adam de Reymerston’, John le Juvene, William de Donewic’, Simon le Paumer, Roger del Tolhus, Henry de Heylesdon’, John le Graunt, Alexander de Refham junior, Richerus Nade and his other partners (participes) of Norwich 1 give the king 100s. for having a jury of 24 knights for an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bath concerning a tenement in Thorp’. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security etc.
1.
‘and his other partners of Norwich’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
8
For the abbot of Westminster. The king has given and granted, as much as pertains to him, by his charter, to the abbot and convent and sacristan of Westminster that strip of land (‘garam illam’) at Nonemaimeslond’ which is called the gore of Lambert which Nicholas de Stanes formerly held towards finding a lamp for around the shrine of the Blessed Edward, rendering annually therefor four pennies at the Exchequer for all service at the Exchequer of Michaelmas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
9
[No date]. For William de Brom’. And he has paid 1 m. to W. of Kent for [acquittance from the fees of] the seal. William de Brom’ has paid half a mark of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper of the same Wardrobe for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
10
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. William de Breuse gives the king two marks for having a writ [to remove a plea] from the county court of Buckinghamshire before the itinerant justices at Chichester. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
11
Kent. Simon de Witham gives the king 20s. for an attaint of mort d’ancestor 1 to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security etc.
1.
‘mort d’ancestor’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
12
30 Oct. Westminster. Concerning wardships of the king’s castle of Windsor which have been committed. The king has committed to Godfrey de Liston’ custody of the wards, rents and and all other things belonging to the king’s castle of Windsor outside the body of the same castle for as long as it pleases the king so that he is to answer for the issues of the same at the Exchequer. Order to the same Godfrey to receive the custody of them, as aforesaid.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
13
Berkshire. Henry de Certeseye and Lucia his wife give the king half a mark for having a writ de medio at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
14
For Robert son of Reyner. Whereas Robert son of Reyner had lately made fine with the king by one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Alan of Wassand between the same Robert and Juliana who was the wife of Walter de Crideliston’, concerning one bovate of land with appurtenances saving 4 acres and three parts of land in Kilpyn, and the same Robert through that assize recovered nothing, the king has pardoned the same Robert for his excessive poverty the aforesaid mark. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same to be quit thereof.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
15
[No date]. Yorkshire. Ralph son of Robert de Wellewik gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
16
[No date]. Surrey. Ralph de Bradele gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
17
[No date]. Staffordshire. John Doyly and Roesia his wife give the king two marks for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussel. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
18
[No date]. Kent. Alan son of John and Joan his sister give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
19
[No date]. Essex. Hugh son of Richard of Stisted of Essex and Alice his wife give the king 40s. to produce the record of a case, which was before the itinerant justices in Kent in their last eyre there between the aforesaid Hugh and Alice and Osbert de Longchamp by a king’s writ of mesne. And he is to distrained by the sheriff of Essex.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
20
For Robert de Tweng’. The king has granted to Robert de Twenge that he is to render one mark per annum, namely one mark at Michaelmas in the fortieth year and thus one mark from year to year at the same term, until 15 m. are paid which remain to be rendered of 20 m. at which Robert was amerced before Geoffrey de Langley and his associates itinerant justices lately itinerant for the forest pleas in Yorkshire. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Robert to have those terms and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
21
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Robert son of Cecilie gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
22
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. William Barbedor gives the king half a mark for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. He has paid that in the Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper etc. and is quit. And he has paid Wibert of Kent one mark for [the fees of] the seal. 1
1.
This last sentence is a later addition.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
23
Essex. Richard de Neketon’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
24
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Hugh of Oteover has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald keeper etc. two marks of gold for having custody of the counties of Staffordshire and Shropshire for as long as it pleases the king. And he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
25
[No date]. Yorkshire. Walter son of Walter de la Sale gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
26
2 Nov. Westminster. Sussex. Emma de Le Chene gives the king half a mark for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken before the justices at the first session etc. against the abbess of Shaftesbury concerning a tenement in Bokenour’. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
27
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William Esporun gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
28
[No date]. Somerset. Andrew de Stratton’ gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass. Order to the sheriff of Somerset etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
29
[No date]. Kent. Walter de la Dene gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
30
2 Nov. Westminster. Concerning the county of Lincolnshire which has been committed. The king has committed to Roger de Beler’ custody of the county of Lincolnshire with appurtenances for as long as it pleases the king in the same manner which Gilbert de Cheyles held that county.
31
Concerning the counties of Shropshire and Staffordshire and castles which have been committed. The king has committed to Hugh of Oteover custody of the counties of Shropshire and Staffordshire and the king’s castles of Shrewsbury and Bridgenorth with appurtenances for as long as it pleases the king, such that he will render to the king per annum at his Exchequer for the profit of the aforesaid counties £126 13s. 4d. and he is to keep the aforesaid castles at his own cost, and he will complete the corpus comitatus of the same counties and it will be allowed to him in the aforesaid farm as much as the king took from certain hundreds placed at farm from the time when Robert of Grendon was the king’s sheriff of the same counties.
32
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Jordan parson of the church at Wendlington’ gives the king half a mark for a writ de medio ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
33
[No date]. Yorkshire. William de Aneryng’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
34
3 Nov. Westminster. Concerning the office of king’s escheator this side of the Trent which has been committed. The king has committed to his beloved clerk John Walerand custody of the office of his escheator this side of the Trent for as long as it pleases the king. Order to the archbishops etc. to be intendant and respondent to the same John as king’s escheator in all things which pertain to that office. By Philip Luvel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
35
Concerning the county of Northamptonshire, the castle and park which have been committed. The king has committed to William de Lisle custody of the county of Northamptonshire and its castle and park of Northampton and the honour of Peverell in the same county for as long as it pleases the king, such that he is to make up the corpus comitatus, and from all the issues of the aforesaid county and honour he is to render per annum at the Exchequer for the profit of the same county and honor £120 and he is to keep the castle and aforesaid park at his own cost. By Philip Luvel.
36
[No date]. Leicestershire. Joan who was the wife of John de Aunreston gives the king two marks for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
37
[No date]. Bedfordshire. John Malerbe gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
38
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. William son of William de Ruwe de Holderness has paid in the Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper etc. one mark of gold for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. and for having respite from making himself a knight from All Saints in the fortieth year until three years following, and for acquitting the aforesaid charter [from the fees] of the chancellor he has paid Wibert of Kent one mark for gold to be bought therefrom, and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
39
Lincolnshire. Oliver of Ormsby gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
40
Lincolnshire. Eudo de Landa gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
41
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Walter de Wathe gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
42
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William Malesour’ gives the king 20s. for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
43
[No date]. Hertfordshire. William de Horsenden’ gives the king one mark for having a writ of warranty of charter ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
44
Essex. Peter de Neuport archdeacon of London gives the king 20s. for a certification taken before Roger of Thirkleby and Gilbert of Preston against 1 Humphrey son of Walter concerning a path obstructed in Barbug’. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security etc.
1.
‘Roger of...against’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
45
5 Nov. Westminster. Sussex. Ranulph de Brot gives the king one mark for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken before the justices at the first session etc. against Robert le Solunage and John de Gatesden concerning a tenement in Launsinges. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
46
Concerning the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk and castles which have been committed. The king has committed to William de Suineford custody of the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk and the king’s castles of Norwich and Orford with all their appurtenances for as long as it pleases the king rendering therefor per annum at the Exchequer 100 m. more than Robert le Sauvage was accustomed to render whilst he was king’s sheriff of the same counties.
a.
The originalia roll E 371/20, m.1 (schedule), it is noted that £200 are to be given for the profits.
47
Kent. Hugh Plot gives the king half a mark for having a writ of warranty of charter ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
48
Suffolk. Beatrice who was the wife of Robert de Rede gives the king 20s. for having a writ of warranty of charter ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
49
Concerning money which has been paid in the Wardrobe by Hugh son of Ralph. Roger de Lovetot sheriff of Nottinghamshire has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. on Sunday in the vigil of All Saints in the fortieth year by Hugh son of Ralph one mark of gold in the place of ten marks of silver in part payment of 20 m. of silver 1 which have remained to be rendered of 30 m. at which the aforesaid Hugh was lately amerced before the king (coram rege) at Nottingham for a disseisin. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Hugh to be quit of 10 m. for the aforesaid mark of gold, as aforesaid.
1.
'silver' interlined in both instances.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
50
[No date. ]. Gloucestershire. Willliam de Weston gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Gloucestershire before the itinerant justices in Herefordshire etc. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
51
7 Nov. Westminster. For Richard de Grey. The king has pardoned Richard de Grey five marks at which he was amerced before William of Wilton because he withdrew himself from an assize of novel disseisin which he arraigned before the same William by the king’s order against Robert le Vavassur concerning a tenement in Shippeleye. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Richard to be quit of the aforesaid 5 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
52
7 Nov. Westminster. Concerning the manor of Gunthorpe and soke which have been committed. And for that custody he has paid one mark of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. The king has committed to Walter of Lowdham custody of the manor of Gunthorpe with the soke of Lowdham and all its appurtenances together with the stock of the same manor from Michaelmas in the thirty-ninth year until the end of seven years next following. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to deliver that manor with the aforesaid soke and all its appurtenances to the aforesaid Walter to keep, as aforesaid, together with all things taken therefrom after the aforesaid Michaelmas and to cause the aforesaid stock to be valued by the oath of trustworthy and law-worthy men. And by a cirograph completed between the aforesaid sheriff and the aforesaid Walter concerning the manor and the stock of the its park, he commits the aforesaid stock to the same Walter so that at the end of the aforesaid term he will answer to the king concerning that stock or its value, and he is to send the part of the cirograph which shall remain in the possession of the same sheriff to the barons of the Exchequer under his seal. By Philip Luvel, R. Walerand [and] H. of Bath.
a.
For an entry not recorded in the Fine Roll but entered on the Originalia Roll in this chronological sequence see no. below.
53
[No date]. Norfolk. William de Suathing’ gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
54
[No date]. Derbyshire. Robert de Lathum gives the king one mark for a writ of mesne ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
55
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. The prior of Tywardreath gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
56
5 Nov. Westminster. Concerning the castle and manor of Pickering and wapentake which have been committed. The king has committed to Hugh le Bigod custody of the castle of Pickering with appurtenances and the manor of Pickering with the wapentake and all its appurtenances and pastures of the same manor with the entire stock from Michaelmas in the thirty-ninth year until the end of seven years next following, so that he is to have all the issues of the same manor, wapentake, and stock within the aforesaid term, and he is to render each year at the Exchequer £140 for the aforesaid issues and he is to keep the aforesaid castle at his own cost, and at the end of the aforesaid term he is to answer to the king for the aforesaid stock or the value of the same. By Philip Luvel, Robert Walerand and Henry of Bath.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
57
Concerning the manor of Aylston which has been committed. The king has committed to John de Bokking’ custody of the manor of Aylston with appurtenances from Michaelmas in the thirty-ninth year until the end of five years next following, rendering per annum at the Exchequer for the issues of the aforesaid manor £60, namely one moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at Michaelmas. By P. Luvel, R. Walerand and H. of Bath.
58
6 Nov. Westminster. Concerning the castle and manor of Marlborough and hundred of Selkley which have been committed. The king has committed to Stephen Frommund custody of his castle and manor of Marlborough with the barton of the same castle and the hundred of Selkley and all its appurtenances, and his castle and manor of Ludgershall with the barton of the same manor and its appurtenances together with the stock of the same manors from Michaelmas in the thirty-ninth year until the end of five years next following, so that for the issues of the aforesaid he is to render per annum at the Exchequer £140, namely one moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. And he is to keep the aforesaid castles and manors at his own cost and at the end of the aforesaid term he is to restore the houses of the aforesaid bartons and the demesne lands of the aforesaid manors in the same state in which he received them. And he is to restore to the king all the stock or the value of the same that he found in the aforesaid manors when he received them. By P. Luvel, R. Walerand and H. of Bath.

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59
Concerning the manor of Horston which has been committed, and the castle. The king has committed to Hugh le Despenser custody of the castle and 1 manor of Horston with appurtenances from the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-ninth year until the end of five years next following, rendering £15 per annum at the Exchequer for the issues of the said manor 2 , namely one moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. He is to keep the aforesaid castle at his own cost.
1.
‘castle and’ interlined.
2.
‘for the issues of the said manor’ interlined.
60
Concerning the counties of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire which have been committed. The king has committed to Robert the Savage custody of the counties of Bedfordshire and Buckinghamshire with appurtenances for as long as it pleases the king in the same manner which Simon de Eltisden previously held them.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
61
Concerning money paid to Wibert of Kent. Roger son of Ralph of Solkerby has paid to Wibert of Kent one mark for gold to be bought therefrom for a letter patent concerning a pardon for the death of a man. It is acquitted [from the fees] of the seal.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
62
[No date]. Somerset. Richard Stephen gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
63
Hertfordshire. Michael de Brauncestr’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
64
[No date]. Surrey. Ralph the Cornmonger and Sarra his wife gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
65
[No date]. Surrey. The same Ralph and Sarra give the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
66
12 Nov. Windsor. For Theobald de Engleschevill’. Because Theobald de Engleschevill' has given (‘perstitit’) security to the king that he will not alienate nor demise to any religious institution his land in Ferles without the king’s licence, order to the king’s escheator in Suffolk to cause him to regain that land which he took into the king’s hand for the aforesaid reason, as is said, without delay.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
67
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William de Gaunt and Alice his wife give the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
68
For Richard de Grey. Richard de Grey to whom the king had committed custody of the islands of Guernsey and Jersey at the king’s good pleasure at a certain farm per annum has paid by the king’s order the farm of the same islands for the term of Michaelmas in the thirty-eighth year and for the term of Easter next following and for the term of Michaelmas in the thirty-ninth year to Edward, the king’s son, to whom the king had given the aforesaid islands by his charter. Order to the barons of the Exchequer not to the exact the farm of the aforesaid islands for the aforesaid terms from the aforementioned Richard, but to cause him to be quit in respect thereof.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
69
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. The prior of Pontefract who of the king’s licence is to set out to the Roman curia has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. 100s. for gold to be bought therefrom 1 for having the king’s letters of protection lasting from Martinmas last past through one entire year. And he is quit.
1.
‘for gold to be bought therefrom’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
70
14 Nov. Windsor. Concerning a mint which has been committed. The king has committed for himself and his heirs to Robert of the Change, clerk, one of the king’s dies of his mint of Canterbury to have and to hold for all of his life with all manner of issues and all manner of things pertaining to such a die, rendering therefor per annum at the Exchequer 100s., namely 50s. at Michaelmas in the fortieth year and 50s. at Easter next following. Order to Philip Lovel and others barons of the Exchequer to cause it to be and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
71
15 Nov. Windsor. For prior of Lenton’. Because the prior of Lenton is to set out as the king’s messenger to the parts of Scotland and is distrained by summons of the Exchequer for debts of which he claims quittance by liberties of the charters of the king’s predecessors and for a charter of the same king which he has, as is said, order to the barons of the Exchequer, that having searched the rolls of the Exchequer, to permit the same to enjoy the same liberties which he and his predecessors had enjoyed by the aforesaid charters.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
72
[No date]. Concerning money to be paid in the Wardrobe. Robert of the Change, clerk, will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at the term of St. Edward ten marks for gold to be bought therefrom for a die of the king’s mint of Canterbury to be held throughout his life as is clear above. Afterwards he paid those ten marks and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
73
[No date]. For William de Valence. The king, concerning 20s. of the aid assessed upon the men of the manor of William de Valence of Collingbourne for the period when that manor was in the king’s hand, as is said, and concerning two sparrowhawks which the sheriff of Wiltshire exacts from the said William for rent of the aforesaid manor for two years past for which the same William ought not to answer to the king, as is said, has given respite to him until the quindene of next Easter as it is then to be determined before the barons of the Exchequer whether he ought to answer to the king therefor or not. Order to the said sheriff to permit the same William to have that respite and to relax the distraint, if he shall have made any from the aforesaid men for that reason, in the meantime.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
74
[No date]. Bedfordshire. William le Costentyn gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
75
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Alan de Bratton’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
76
[No date]. Vacated. Because Hugh de Manneby sometime sheriff of Northamptonshire has found the king the below-written pledges for rendering at the Exchequer on the morrow of the Close of next Easter next £90 for clear arrears of the debts which he owes to the king for the time when he was the king’s sheriff of Northamptonshire, namely Roger of Mold, steward of Chester for £10. 1
1.
Entry cancelled.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
77
16 Nov. Windsor. For Hugh de Manneby. To the barons of the Exchequer. Concerning £90 that Hugh de Manneby owes to the king of clear debts for the time when he was sheriff of Northamptonshire he has found the king the below-written pledges for rendering those at the Exchequer on the morrow of the Close of next Easter , namely Roger of Mold steward of Chester for £10, Walkelu’ de Ardern’ for £10, Philip de Bokland’ the king’s marshal for £10, William Heyrun sheriff of Northumberland for £10, John Baard knight of the county of Hertfordshire for £10, Gerard de Evington of the county of Middlesex for £10, Stephen de Myners of county Northamptonshire for £10, Master Paulinus de Bampton’ for £10 and Ralph de Erlham, king’s falconer, for £10. And Laurence de Manneby, king’s clerk, brother of the aforesaid Hugh who has pledged before the king (coram rege), upon all his rents and possessions, that the aforesaid Hugh will satisfy the king at the aforesaid Exchequer for the remainder of the debts, if any, which the aforementioned Hugh owes to him beyond the aforesaid £90. Order therefore to cause the same Hugh to be delivered without delay from the prison in which by reason of the aforesaid debts he was detained and to have the aforesaid term for the aforesaid debts. And similarly to cause him to have the arrears which are owed to him in the aforesaid county of the aforesaid time.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
78
[No date]. Surrey. Because he did not have it. Henry de Stokwell’ gives the king two marks for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc. 1
1.
Cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
79
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Strael Aboel and Agnes his wife give the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass relating to the county of Gloucestershire before the justices next itinerating at Shrewsbury. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
80
Suffolk. Richard de Pulham gives the king two marks for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
81
17 Nov. Windsor. Concerning relief. The king has taken the homage of Robert of Fosbury son and heir of Leticia de Grafton’ for all the lands and tenements together with the bailiwick of Suthgrave which the aforesaid Leticia his mother held of the king in chief. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire, that having accepted security from the aforesaid Robert for two marks to be rendered to the king at the Exchequer, namely one moiety at the next Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following for his relief, to cause the same Robert to have full seisin of all the lands and tenements together with the aforesaid bailiwick which the aforesaid Leticia held of the king in chief and which were taken into the king’s hand by reason of her death.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
82
For Peter de Bedinton’. To the barons of the Exchequer. Because they have testified before the king that Peter de Bedinton’ has delivered to Walter sometime bishop of Carlisle £160 of the issues of the abbey of Evesham during the time when the same bishop was the king’s Treasurer when the Exchequer was closed, order to cause the aforesaid Peter to be quit concerning the aforesaid £160. And if they shall find that the king is not to be satisfied concerning the aforesaid money, then they are to cause the executors of the aforesaid bishop to be distrained to render the aforesaid moneys to the king. By the order of P. Luvel, Edward of Westminster and others of the barons of the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
83
Concerning the castle and manor of St. Briavels which have been committed. The king has committed to Robert Walerand custody of the castle and manor of St. Briavels and the forest of Dean with appurtenances from Michaelmas in the thirty-ninth year until the end of five years next following, so that in the meantime he is to have all the issues and proceeds of the king’s demesnes, annual rents and the king’s weirs of the same manor and also of foreign lands and of the great mines, external forges of the aforesaid forest and customs of pit-coal which is led beyond the right of way of the [river] Severn through the aforesaid forest to Gloucester, [and also of] pasturage, wind-fallen wood, covet (‘cooperonu’’) thrown down by the wind, pannage, ashes (‘cinerum’), nuts (‘nutui’’), and chestnut-trees of the same forest together with the perquisites of the same forest and hallmoot of St. Briavels, and of the cordwainers and sieve makers of the aforesaid forest. And he is to render in respect thereof per annum at the Exchequer £160 namely one moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. He is to keep the aforesaid castle and aforesaid forest at his own cost. And the king’s great forge of the same forest shall remain to the king to dispose of according to his will. By Philip Luvel and Henry of Bath.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
84
For the burgesses of Rochester. The king by a fine of 10 m. which the burgesses of Rochester had made with the king has rendered to them his vill of Rochester which was taken into the king’s hand by the king’s justices lately itinerant Rochester for the escape of William de Wilminton’ [who] was arrested at Rochester on suspicion of theft. Order to the sheriff of Kent, that having taken security from the aforesaid burgesses for the aforesaid 10 m. to be rendered to the king at St. Edward which will be in the next vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord, to restore the aforesaid vill to the same burgesses, unless it has been taken into the king’s hand for another cause, 1 saving to the king the amercements of other forfeitures of the aforesaid burgesses before the aforementioned justices of the king. 2 Afterwards they paid those ten marks into the king’s Wardrobe as is contained below. See 1113 below.
1.
This clause interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
85
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William son of William gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
86
[No date]. Berkshire. Michael de Huchenden’ and Emma his wife, Robert de Chaveleswell and Katerina his wife give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at his next coming to Reading against John le Poure and Richard his son concerning a tenement in Garford. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
87
Wiltshire. Richard de Cumb’ gives the king one mark for having a writ of enquiry, and order to the sheriff of Wiltshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
88
22 Nov. Windsor. Concerning relief. The king has taken the homage of Henry son of Roger de Croft for all the lands and tenements which the aforesaid Roger his father held of the king in chief in the bailiwick of Thomas de Stanford, king’s escheator beyond the Trent. Order to the same Thomas, having taken security from the aforesaid Henry for 50s. to be rendered to the king at the Exchequer of next Hilary for his relief and all things pertaining to the king, to cause the same Henry to have full seisin of the all the lands and tenements aforesaid.
a.
This is the first fine roll entry on the originalia roll E 371/20. The entries at the start of the originalia roll E 371/20, m.1, are difficult to read, and the marginal annotations for the first part of the membrane are missing as the MS is torn.
89
[No date]. Sussex. Thomas de Cumb’ gives the king two marks for an attaint of novel disseisin before the justices at the first session etc. against William de Brehus and others concerning a tenement in Nurthurst. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
90
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Simon son of Adam gives the king 20s. for having a writ of trespass [for a writ] before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire etc.
[in the Roll]
91
[No date]. Derbyshire. Walter son of John gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before J. of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire etc.
[in the Roll]
92
[No date]. Yorkshire. The prior of Watton gives the king two marks for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll]
93
21 Nov. Windsor. Concerning dead trees to be sold. Order to the keeper of the king’s forest of Windsor to cause all the dead trees not bearing leaves which are in the king’s park of Windsor to be sold without delay by the view and testimony of trustworthy and law-worthy men and the king’s profit to be made therefrom as seems best to him and he is best able to do, so that he is to answer at the Exchequer for the issues therefrom. 1
1.
This entry, and that following it, are written in a distinctively different hand from the rest of the membrane.
94
Concerning the manors of Marden and Lugwardine which have been committed. The king, whilst he was in Gascony, 1 committed to P. bishop of Hereford at farm his manor of Marden and Lugwardine with their rights and appurtenances to have and to hold by the same bishop from the king and his heirs from Michaelmas in the thirty-eighth year through ten years following, rendering therefor each year at the Exchequer the same farm which the men of the same manors or other farmers lately rendered to the king by his hand and at the same terms.
1.
This phrase interlined.
95
[No date]. Essex. Humphrey son of Walter gives the king 20s. for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll]
96
[No date]. Essex. Richard son of Robert gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll]
97
Buckinghamshire. Walter Corteys gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at his next coming to Windsor against Gervase the Draper and others concerning a tenement in Hughenden. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
98
[No date]. Yorkshire. Robert Bordun and Isabella his wife give the king 40s. for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
99
24 Nov. Windsor. Berkshire. Angod’ son of John Baret gives the king half a mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before the king (coram rege) at his next coming to Windsor against Juliana de Chalbetham concerning a messuage and half of a messuage with appurtenances in Windsor. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
100
[No date]. For Robert de Scales. The king has granted to Robert de Scales a certain inquisition to be made by Roger of Thirkleby concerning the manors of Finhale 1 and Newsells and for that inquisition he will give the king two marks of gold if by that inquisition the aforesaid manors are adjudged to the same Robert and Alice de Scales.
1.
Uncertain transcription of name.
101
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. Because the king accepts through an inquisition which Gilbert of Preston caused to be made that Alan le Blout who by the king’s bailiffs of Lincoln was taken for suspicion of theft and committed to Alan son of William of Lincoln to be kept in prison died in that prison through the harshness and oppression of the same prison and not by the order of Alan son of William [and that] neither is the same Alan culpable of the death of the aforesaid Alan Blout, he has pardoned the same Alan son of William the suit of peace which belongs to him for the aforesaid death, and [he has given him] firm [peace] etc. And for that pardon, he gives the king 100s., of which he paid 50s. in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano, keeper etc., and he will pay the remaining 50s. in the same Wardrobe at next Easter. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security for the same 50s. to be rendered, just as aforesaid etc.
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/20, m.1, a place and date of witness are given: '28 Oct, Windsor'.
102
[No date]. Afterwards the king, at the instance of the earl of Gloucester, ordered the assize not to be taken, and therefore the same Andrew is quit. Somerset. Andrew Wake gives the king ten marks for associating Henry de Mara with Henry of Bratton in an assize of novel disseisin concerning a tenement in Gathalle, and he is to be distrained by the sheriff of Somerset. 1
1.
Entry cancelled.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
103
[No date]. Bedfordshire. William de la Grave and Cecilia his wife, Stephen de Staunford and Matilda his wife give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
[in the Roll]
104
28 Nov.Windsor. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. John de Haya paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. two marks of gold for having a charter for warren, and for another charter for a market, and for a third [charter] for a fair, and for those two marks he is quit from [the issues] of the seal and all things pertaining to the king.
105
Concerning assent to an election. The king has given his royal assent and favour to the election and confirmation of Robert de Pappewurth, canon of St. Bartholomew’s, London, as prior of the same place, and has rendered to him that priory and all the lands and tenements pertaining to the same priory. Order to John Walerand, king’s escheator or his locum tenens in the aforesaid priory to cause the same Robert to have full seisin of the same priory and all the lands and tenements pertaining to the same priory.
106
28 Nov. Windsor. For Hugh son of Ralph. Hugh son of Ralph paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper etc. on Sunday next before St. Andrew the Apostle in the fortieth year 10 m. which remain to be rendered of 30 m. at which he was lately amerced before the king (coram rege) for disseisin. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Hugh to be quit of the aforesaid 10 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 20

107
29 Nov. Windsor. For the citizens of Canterbury. The king by a fine of 30 m. of silver which the citizens of Canterbury have made with the king to be paid in gold in the king’s Wardrobe at the next St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord has delivered to them his vill of Canterbury which by order of Gilbert of Preston and his associates, king’s justices, who lately itinerated at Canterbury, was held into the king’s hand because the aforesaid citizens had taken a duel concerning a certain approver in the city of Canterbury in the king’s liberty without warrant. Order to the sheriff of Kent to restore the aforesaid vill to the same citizens with all things taken therefrom from the time of the taking of the same vill into the king’s hand, saving to the king purprestures made against the king in the same vill and the suburbs of the same vill, which by the oath of trustworthy and law-worthy men external men, the aforesaid sheriff is to cause to be valued, namely as to what they shall be worth per annum in all issues, and to cause that appraisal under his seal and the seal of those by whom this will be done [to be sent] distinctly and openly to the king, as the aforesaid citizens are to answer therefor each year at the Exchequer beyond the farm of the aforesaid vill if they shall wish to. 1 Afterwards they paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano those 30 m. and are quit.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
108
30 Nov. Windsor. Concerning the lands formerly of Geoffrey Tregoz taken into the king’s hand. Because Geoffrey de Tregoz held of the king in chief on the day he died, order to John Walerand king’s escheator this side of the Trent to take all the lands and tenements formerly of the same Geoffrey in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk into the king’s hand and to cause them to be kept safely until the king orders otherwise. And he is to diligently enquire who should be the heir of the same Geoffrey and to cause the king to have him.
[in the Roll, S’]
109
Norfolk. The prior of Castle Acre gives the king five marks for having an assize of darrein presentment before William le Breton concerning the church of St. Peter of Weseham, and for having another assize of darrein presentment before the same William concerning the church of East Lexham. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
110
[ No date]. Bedfordshire. The master of hospital of Hocclive give the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
111
[ No date]. Norfolk. John Cokerhose give the king 20s. for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
112
[ No date]. Surrey. William Dasse gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
113
For Warin of Bassingbourn. The king has pardoned Warin of Bassingbourn £11 of £22 10s. in which he is bound to the king for custody of the daughter and one of the heiresses of Emery de Sacy, and he will render the remaining £11 10s. at the Exchequer at the next Purification of the Blessed Mary. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Warin to be quit of the aforesaid £11 and to have the aforesaid term for paying the remainder to the king, and it to be enrolled thus. By Guy de Lusignan.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
114
[ No date]. Essex. William de Marenny gives the king three marks for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
115
[ No date]. Sussex. William the Vintner gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Sussex before the justices at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
116
[ No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. The executors of the testament of W. de Ferrers sometime earl of Derby have paid in the king’s Wardrobe at Windsor at Michaelmas by the hand of Robert de Mercinton’, of the same executors, four marks of gold for having the king’s letters patent concerning quittance of the debts in which the said earl was bound to the king, as is contained in the Patent Roll. 1 And the same excecutors still owe the king one mark of gold for the same and for having judgment concerning custody of the land formerly of Ralph de Betun, which aforesaid five marks Robert pledged to pay to the king at St. Edward next. Afterwards he paid that mark of gold and is quit.
1.
See CPR 1247–58, p. 452.
117
[ No date]. Hertfordshire. Andreas Pedefer gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
118
[ No date]. Hertfordshire. John de Wylie and Mary his wife 1 gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the same Nicholas. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
‘and Mary’ his wife’ interlined.
119
[ No date]. Yorkshire. Richard of Norfolk gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.1, the writ is given as 'a writ of trespass ad terminum'.
120
[ No date]. Warwickshire. Roger de Pontefracto gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
121
[ No date]. Norfolk. William son of Roger and Alicia his wife give the king two marks for a writ of debt ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
122
9 Dec. Windsor. For Ingram de Fednes. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite until 15 days from Easter all the demands and distraints which they make from Ingram de Fednes by summons of the same Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
123
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Nicholas son of William de Cantilupe gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
124
[No date]. Surrey. William Godsueyn gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
125
[No date]. Derbyshire. Robert le Vavassur gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
126
For Eudo de Shelfanger. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to place in respite until he shall have received another order from the king the demand which makes from Eudo de Shelfanger by the king’s order for 22s. 4d. to be paid in the king’s Chancery for a charter of warren granted to him by the king whilst he was in Gascony and to permit the same to have a patent therefor.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
127
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. John de Bilton’ 1 gives the king one mark of gold for having a charter of warren and for quittance of assizes which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and he is quit.
1.
The variant given in the Originalia Roll E 371/20, m.1 is 'Bylton'.'
128
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William of Cawthorpe gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] to Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
129
10 Dec. Reading. Concerning the manor of Melbourne which has been committed. The king has committed to Edmund de Lascy custody of the manor of Melbourne with all its appurtenances from Michaelmas in the thirty-ninth year until the end of seven years next following. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire to deliver custody of the aforesaid manor with appurtenances to him, as aforesaid, with all things pertaining thereto after Michaelmas aforesaid, and to cause the king’s stock of the same manor to be valued by the oath of trustworthy men etc., and to deliver that stock to him by chirograph made between them therefor, as he will answer to the king for that stock or its value at the end of the aforesaid term. And he is to send to the barons of the Exchequer under his seal the part of the same chirograph that he retained to himself.
[in the Roll]
130
Concerning the manor of Melbourne which has been committed. And he will render to the king per annum at his Exchequer for the aforesaid manor for as long as that custody lasts £50, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, so that neither the same nor any other may fish in the king’s fish-ponds of the same manor, nor hunt in the park or foreign wood, neither to take beasts of the chase belonging to the wood, nor to make waste in the woods of the same manor without the licence or special order of the king.
[in the Roll]
131
[No date]. Warwickshire. William de Upton gives the king one mark for a writ of warranty of charter ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
132
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Walter de Gray gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] to Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
133
[No date]. Herefordshire. Roger le Fraunceys de Cletere and Christiana his wife give the king half a mark for a writ of entry ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
134
[No date]. Herefordshire. The same Roger and Christiana give the king one mark for another writ of entry ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
135
15 Dec. Ludgershall. Concerning the king’s underwood to be sold. Order to Stephen Fromund’ by the view and testimony of trustworthy and legal men to cause the underwood of the king’s woods of Sumerton’ and Ludgershall to be sold just as seems to the king’s best advantage, so that he is to answer for the issues of that sale at the Exchequer.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.1, the marginalia also have 'Wiltshire'.
136
17 Dec. Clarendon. For Geoffrey of Childwick. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Geoffrey of Childwick to have respite concerning all the debts and demands which are exacted from by summons of the Exchequer until Hilary.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
137
Clarendon. Concerning the abbey of Evesham which has been committed. The king has committed to Brother Robert de Manueby custody of the vacant abbey of Evesham by the death of Thomas sometime abbot of the same place for as long as it pleases the king such that he is to answer at the Exchequer therefor. 1 And he has letters patent in respect thereof.
[in the Roll of the thirty-ninth year]
1.
Witness clause entered here. The date is given as ‘on the aforesaid day’.
138
[No date]. Essex. Gervase de Borham and Christiana his wife give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
139
[No date]. Essex. The same Gervase and Christiana give the king half a mark for another assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the same William. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
140
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. Richard Ridel gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
141
[No date]. Because he did not have it. William de Punfeud’ gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] to Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Dorset etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
142
[No date]. Warwickshire. Constance de Cottone gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
143
[No date]. Shropshire. William de Punbeleg’ gives the king half a mark for an attaint to be taken before the same Master Simon. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
144
[No date]. Herefordshire. William de Haluton’ gives the king 2 m. for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton and William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
145
[No date]. Bedfordshire. The prior of Barnwell gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
[in the compendium roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.1, the marginalia for this entry are corrected to 'Cambridgeshire'.
146
22 Dec. Clarendon. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. Robert the Savage and Nicholas de Wyly, agisters of the king’s forest of Graveling, 1 have paid in the king’s Wardrobe by the hand of the aforesaid Robert to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper of the same Wardrobe at St. Thomas the apostle in the fortieth year at Clarendon 18s. for pannage of the king’s forest of Groveley for the aforesaid year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the aforesaid Robert and Nicholas to be quit of the aforesaid 18s.
1.
This clause interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
147
Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. Richard de Welhop’ and John de Forda, agisters of the king’s forest of Buckholt have paid in the aforesaid Wardrobe to the aforesaid Artald etc. 20s. on the aforesaid day at Clarendon for pannage of the said forest for the fortieth year etc. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Richard and John to be quit of the aforesaid moneys.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
148
[No date]. Gloucestershire. The men of Roger de Somery of [Chipping] Campden give the king 100s. for having an inquisition before Master Simon of Walton and his associates lately itinerant in Worcestershire concerning a certain foreign man killed in the common pasture in Caumpeden in Gloucestershire and conveyed to Worcestershire. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
149
26 Dec. Yorkshire. Geoffrey de Schefcynton and Isolda his wife give the king half a mark a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
150
28 Dec. Winchester. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. John son of William de Verdun will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward next a mark of gold by pledge of Eudo of Shelfhanger for having respite from making himself a knight from Easter in the fortieth year until the end of two years next following. 1 Afterwards he paid and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
151
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Henry de Ruwes gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
152
[No date]. Gloucestershire. John de Wauton’ and Joan his wife give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
153
[No date]. Kent. Richard le Chaun and Thomas his brother give the king half a mark for a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
154
[No date]. Sussex. David de Lens and Amicia his wife give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the justices at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
155
[No date]. Sussex. Walerand son of Normann Tove gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
156
[No date]. Sussex. The abbess of Shaftesbury gives the king three marks for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.1, this entry gives a date and place of witness: '29 Dec, Winchester'.

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157
29 Dec. Winchester. Warwickshire. Richard of Kineton gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
158
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Philip de Burton’ gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
159
[No date]. Sussex. Simon Pakyn gives the king 40s. for an attaint of an assize called utrum to be taken before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
160
Berkshire. Ralph de Martham gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
161
[No date]. Kent. Richard le Chaun, Thomas his brother and George le Chaun give the king half a mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
162
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. John de Lyngeyne has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. ten marks for gold to be bought therefrom for having a charter of warren in all his demesne lands in Herefordshire, and for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc., and for acquitting those letters [from the fees] of the seal he has paid William of Kent one mark and he is quit.
[in the compendium roll]
163
[No date]. Somerset. Robert Stormy taken and detained in the king’s prison of Ilchester for a trespass of the forest gives the king one mark to be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Somerset etc.
[in the compendium roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.1, the marginal county name for this entry is corrected to 'Wiltshire'.
164
Concerning wines to be sold. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire, concerning those tuns of wine in his bailiwick in which have been broken, to put them up for sale, along with the deterioriated wine in them, as the king has signified to him, to cause the king’s profit to be made from them as shall seem most expeditious, so that he is to answer at the Exchequer for the moneys proceeding therefrom.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.1, this entry gives an alternative date and place of witness, viz: '1 Jan, Guildford'.
165
1 Jan. Guildford. Concerning relief. The king has taken homage from Eleurius de Chaunflur’ son and heir of Henry de Chaunflur for all the lands and tenements which the same Henry held of the king in chief. Order to John Walerand, king’s escheator this side of the Trent, having accepted security from the aforesaid Eler’ for half a mark for the king’s use for his relief to be rendered to the king at the Exchequer of next Easter, to cause the same Eleurius to have full seisin of the aforesaid lands and tenements.
[in the Roll]
166
1 Jan. Guildford. Concerning gold which has been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. Ralph de Stopham paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. half a mark of gold for having the liberty of not being put on assizes etc. and for acquitting those letters [from the fees] of the chancellor he has paid Wibert de Kent one mark etc.
167
[No date]. Yorkshire. Walter de Grey gives the king 40s. for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
168
[No date]. Yorkshire. The same Walter gives the king 40s. for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
169
[No date]. Surrey. William of Gomshall gives the king one mark for having a record of a case from the court of the abbot of Netley of Gomshall before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
170
[No date]. Guildford. For Thomas de Ponte. The king has pardoned Thomas de Ponte one mark at which he was amerced for a default that he made before the king’s justices lately itinerant for the common pleas in Buckinghamshire. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Thomas to be quit of the aforesaid mark. By the same king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
171
8 Jan. Westminster. Kent. William son of Humphrey, William son of Richard and Roger de Bolinton’ give the king five marks for having an appeal of robbery and breaking the king’s peace before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
172
[No date]. Essex. William de Maryny and Agnes his wife give the king two marks for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
173
[No date]. Because above. William the Vintner gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the king’s justices at Winchester in the octaves of Hilary against Ralph son of Walter, priest, and others concerning a tenement in Perham’. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because above. See 115 above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
174
Norfolk. Adam son of John gives the king half a mark for a writ of debt ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
175
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. John son of Walter of Willingham gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the entry has an alternate date of witness, viz: 'Westminster, 9 Jan'.
176
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid to Wibert. Stephen son of Baldwin has paid Wibert of Kent one mark, for gold to be bought therefrom, for acquitting a letter of pardon of outlawry [from the fees] of the chancellor.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
177
9 Jan. Westminster. Concerning the county of Lincolnshire which has been committed. The king has committed to William de Lergham 1 custody of the county of Lincolnshire with appurtenances for as long as it pleases the king in the same manner that Gilbert de Cheyles sometime sheriff of Lincolnshire received custody of that county.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘aforesaid’ deleted here in MS.
178
9 Jan. Westminster. Leicestershire. Baldwin de Charneles parson of the church of Westeneston’ gives the king one mark for an assize to be taken before Gilbert of Preston concerning a dyke raised in Kilby. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take security etc.
[in the compendium roll, S’]
179
For the earl of Gloucester. The king has pardoned the earl of Gloucester 50 m. at which he was amerced before Nicholas de Turri and his associates, king’s justices, because he withdrew from a plea of trespass concerning his park of Bradefeld, and 20 m. at which he was amerced before Master Simon of Walton and his associates, justices lately itinerant in Suffolk, for a plea of trespass, and £10 at which he was amerced before the king’s justices for pleas of the forest for many trespasses. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same earl to be quit of the aforesaid moneys.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
180
[No date]. Because they did not have it. Thomas de Chipkenel, Richard le Forester de Cheseuwurthyn, Thomas le Fraunceys, and Robert le Stat de Hul give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas of Hadlow and Robert de Shottenden. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take security etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because they did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
181
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Master Simon of Evesham has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano, keeper of the same Wardrobe, one mark of gold for having the king’s confirmation concerning the manor of Homburn’, and he is quit. And for acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal he has paid Wibert of Kent one mark of gold and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
182
[No date]. And order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Simon to be quit of the aforesaid mark of gold.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
183
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Henry Muschet gives the king ten marks for a writ for twelve both knights and other free and law-worthy men who are not of the liberty of the bishop of London within the vill of Hadham but of the foreign tenements in that hundred beyond the liberty of the same bishop by which etc. to make record in a certain attaint of mort d’ancestor 1 which is attermined before Henry of Bath concerning a tenement in Stokkenepelham. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take security etc. This writ was granted by pledge of Philip de Boklande.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
‘mort d’ancestor’ interlined.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginal county name has been changed to 'Cambridgeshire'.
b.
In the originalia roll, E 371/20, m.2, the type of writ is summarized as 'a writ of grace'.
184
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid to Wibert. Nicholas Wacelyn has paid to Wibert of Kent one mark for acquitting a letter patent concerning quittance of an assize [from the fees] of the seal which the king has granted to him at the instance of Garsia Martin, and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
185
[No date]. Norfolk. Richard de Taterford gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
186
[No date]. Kent. William Aylwyne gives the king 40s. for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
187
[No date]. Worcestershire. John de la Haye gives the king one mark for a pone ad terminum [for a plea] against the prior of Worcester. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
188
For Symon de Eltesden’. Because it is demonstrated by Wibert of Kent that Simon de Eltisden sometime sheriff of Buckinghamshire and Bedfordshire did not refuse to follow the king’s order because he did not receive the king’s letters in respect thereof, the king has pardoned him 100s. at which he was amerced the king (coram rege) for contempt. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Simon to be quit of the aforesaid 100s.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
189
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. John de Assewell’ has paid Wibert of Kent one mark, for gold to be bought therefrom, for acquitting a letter of pardon of outlawry [from the fees] of the seal and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
190
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. Alexander son of Giles has paid the same Wibert one mark for acquitting a letter of pardon for the death of a man [from the fees] of the seal and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
191
Concerning the castle of Gloucester which has been committed. The king has committed to Mathias Bezill the castle of Gloucester with the custom of the prise of ale of Gloucester from Easter in the fortieth year until the end of five years next following, so that from the profits of the said customs he is to keep the aforesaid castle and to render 10 m. per annum at the Exchequer, namely five marks at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and five marks at the Exchequer of Easter.
[in the Roll]
192
10 Jan. Westminster. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Hugh de Dun has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. half a mark of gold for having the liberty of not being put on assizes etc., and for acquitting that letter [from the fees] of the seal he has paid Wibert of Kent one mark and is quit.
193
15 Jan. Merton. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. John the Vintner and Walter the Vintner of St. Albans have paid into the king’s Wardrobe on Monday next Emerentiana in the thirty-seventh year 60s. for the king’s wines sold by Robert de Dacre king’s clerk as testified by the abbot of Fécamp and Peter of Winchester, clerks of the king’s Wardrobe. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the aforesaid John and Walter to be quit of the aforesaid 60s.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
194
[No date]. Herefordshire. Hawis’ de Lungchamp gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of entry before the itinerant justices at Shrewsbury. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
195
18 Jan. Windsor. Sussex. John de Percy gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
196
[No date]. Sussex. Thomas de Audenham, Isabella his wife and Margery sister of the same Isabella give the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
197
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Peter of Harston has paid into the king’s Wardrobe half a mark of gold for having a charter of warren and for having it acquitted [of the fees] of the seal, and he is quit.
198
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Roger le Bretun de Whitewell gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
199
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William de Cauz gives the king two marks for an assize to be taken before Gilbert of Preston concerning a dyke raised in Maideford’. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
200
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid into the king’s Wardrobe. Henry de Bradeleg’ has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper of the same Wardrobe ten marks of silver for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc., and for acquitting his letters patent [of the fees] of the seal he has paid Wibert de Kent one mark for gold to be bought therefrom and is quit.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the sum given is noted as 'one mark of gold'.
201
[No date]. Berkshire. The prior of Llanthony outside Gloucester gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] concerning oxen taken to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginal county name is corrected from 'Berkshire' to 'Gloucestershire'.
202
[No date]. Somerset. Nicholas le Moun’ and Margery his wife and Walter Smitte give the king half a mark for having a writ of record. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
203
[No date]. Sussex. William Bardulf junior gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] concerning oxen taken to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
204
22 Jan. Windsor. For Alan la Zuche. The king has granted to Alan la Zuche by a fine of 20 m. which he will pay in the king’s Wardrobe at Westminster in the year and a day for two virgates of land with appurtenances in Bokesworth which are of the fee of the same Alan, together with the waste of the same, and which pertain to the king by reason of the felony that William of Shelford made for the death of John of Shelford his father for which he was convicted and hung. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to cause the aforesaid Alan to have full seisin of the aforesaid land.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginalia add 'Devon'.
205
For Alan la Zuche. Whereas for the time when Alan la Zuche was justice of Chester the king had given respite to the men of the county of Chester from £100 at which they were amerced before the king for contempt, order to the barons of the Exchequer, concerning the demand which they make from the same Alan for the aforesaid £100, to cause him to have peace and the same to be quit thereof, and to cause the demand which the justice of Chester who now is makes from the aforesaid men for the aforesaid £100 to be levied and to be rendered to the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
206
[No date]. Suffolk. Roger de Walsingham gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
207
23 Jan. Windsor. For Walter de Wahulle. The king, out of the sincere affection which he has for Hugh de Vivonne, who has for a long time freely served the king, has granted to Walter de Wahull who took the daughter of the same Hugh to wife that, concerning all the debts that he owes the king both for the debts of Saer de Wahull his father and for his own debts, he is to render £10 per annum, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the fortieth year, 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus £10 from year to year at the same terms until all the aforesaid debts shall have been paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms in respect thereof, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
208
[No date]. Essex. Peter son of Geoffrey Dimiun gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]

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209
25 Jan. Windsor. For Robert le Vavassur. He has rendered five marks of gold in the Wardrobe to A. de Sancto Romano keeper etc. at the Purification of the Blessed Mary, and five marks of gold on the morrow of the Close of Easter, and five marks of gold on the morrow of St. Margaret, and five marks of gold for the term of Michaelmas. Robert le Vavassur has made fine with the king by 200 m. for having a pardon from all the trespasses that the same and his men made whilst the same Robert was the king’s sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire just as is clear in the letters patent which he has thereof, and he will render the aforesaid 200 m. to the king in gold into his Wardrobe at these terms, namely 5 m. of gold at the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the fortieth year, and 5 m. of gold on the morrow of the Close of Easter in the same year, and 5 m. of gold at St. John the Baptist in the same year and 5 m. of gold at Michaelmas next following.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginalia also have 'Nottinghamshire'.
b.
For an entry not recorded in the Fine Roll but entered on the Originalia Roll in this chronological sequence see no. 1373 below.
210
[No date]. Warwickshire. Hugh de Loges gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before justices at Shrewsbury. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
211
For Richard de Grey. Because the king has kept with him his beloved and faithful Richard de Grey such that the king does not permit the same to appear at his Exchequer at present, order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite until 15 days from the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the fortieth year the demand they make from him by summons of the Exchequer for the debts he owes.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
212
For John de Grey. John de Grey has similar letters of respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
213
Worcestershire. Richard de Legge and Agnes his wife and William de Horsham give the king one mark to produce the record of a case which is before the itinerant justices at Shrewsbury before the king (coram rege). And they have land in Worcestershire.
[in the Roll, S’]
214
[No date]. Herefordshire. Roger Bulky gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the justices at Shrewsbury. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
215
[No date]. Kent. Benedict de Densewell’ gives the king 40s. for having a writ of appeal relating to the county of Kent before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
216
For Drogo de Barentin. The king has pardoned Drogo de Barentin, whom he sends as his messenger to the parts of Spain, 20 m. which he owes to Aaron son of Abraham, Jew of London, and the king wishes to allow the same to the same Jew in the debts which he owes to the king. Order to Philip Luvel, his treasurer, to cause the same Jew to come before him, and to cause the aforesaid Drogo 1 to be quit of the aforesaid 20 m., and to cause those to be allowed to the same Jew in whatsoever debts to the king he shall wish. 2 And the king hopes that R. earl of Cornwall shall accept what the king does for Drogo in this matter. By the same king.
1.
Corrected from ‘the aforesaid Jew’.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
217
Somerset. Henry de Wullavinton’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security.
[in the Roll, S’]
218
Concerning the castle of Portchester which has been committed. The king has committed to Robert de Maris custody of the castle of Portchester with all things pertaining to it from the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the fortieth year until the end of five years next following, so that he is to render 16 m. therefor per annum at the Exchequer, namely eight marks at the Exchequer of Easter and eight marks at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. And he will keep the aforesaid castle and forest of Porecestr’ at his own cost.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginalia also have 'Hampshire'.
219
30 Jan. Oxford. Herefordshire. Alice Morwy gives the king 20s. for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take security.
[in the Roll, S’]
220
Shropshire. Ralph Wynter gives the king half a mark for having a record before the itinerant justices in Shropshire. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
221
Warwickshire. Henry de Seldon’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take security.
[in the Roll, S’]
222
29 Jan. Woodstock. Berkshire. Michael de Huchingden’, Emma his wife, Robert de Chaneleswell and Katerina his wife give the king half a mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before the king (coram rege) at his next coming to Windsor against Richard le Poure concerning a hide of land in Garford. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
223
Somerset. Martin de Forde gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
224
Warwickshire. Philip de Whitefeld gives the king 2 m. 1 for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
Corrected from ‘20s.’.
225
3 Feb. Woodstock. For William de Renham. The king, in as much as pertains to the same, has granted to William de Renham the mill of Bradepol outside Bridport with a messuage and its other appurtenances formerly of Ralph of Kent and which are in the king’s hand as of the king’s sergeanty to have and to hold by the same William without prejudice to anyone else’s right, rendering therefor per annum at the Exchequer half a mark, just as the aforesaid Ralph was accustomed to render for it.
[in the Roll]
226
For Master William de Rupella. To the barons of the Exchequer. Because the king learns through them that Master William de Rupella, parson of the church of St. Peter of Irthingborough, was amerced at 100s. for a common summons before William le Breton and his associates, king’s justices lately itinerant for the forest pleas in Northamptonshire, by which the same Master is severely weighed down by debts, the king at the instance of Guy de Lusignan his brother has relaxed that amercement against him to one mark, so that he is to render one moiety of the same mark at the Exchequer in the quindene of Easter in the fortieth year and the other moiety in the quindene of Michaelmas next following. Order therefore to cause the same Master William to be quit of the aforesaid 100s. up to one mark and to have the aforesaid terms for that mark, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
227
[No date]. Leicestershire. John son of Robert gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire.
228
5 Feb. Woodstock. Concerning the custody of the bishopric of Salisbury which has been committed. The king has committed to Brother Robert de Manneby and James Fresel custody of the vacant bishopric of Salisbury with all things pertaining to the same bishopric for as long as it pleases the king, such that he is to answer for the issues proceeding therefrom at the Exchequer.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginalia also have 'Wiltshire'.
229
For Walter Rut. Walter Rut and William Chese taken and detained in the prison of St. Briavels for a trespass of the forest give the king 20s. to be placed on bail until the coming of the justices for the forest pleas in those parts. Order to the bailiff of St. Briavels to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginalia also have 'Gloucestershire'.
230
[No date]. Because he did not have it. John de Wynderton’ gives the king half a mark for having a certain record from the county court of Warwickshire before the justices at first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
231
[No date]. Gloucestershire. David of Brecon gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas of Hadlow. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
232
[No date]. Herefordshire. Peter de Lacy and Margaret his wife give the king one mark for having a writ of debt ad terminum [for a plea] and to produce a record of a certain assize of mort d’ancestor which was taken before the itinerant justices in Herefordshire at Leominster before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
233
[No date]. Herefordshire. Matthew de Moutlawe gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
234
[No date]. Essex. Robert de Caunville, John de Caunville and Jordan le Keu give the king 20s. for an attaint to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginal county name is corrected from 'Essex' to 'Kent'.
235
7 Feb. Woodstock. Concerning a fine of the abbot of Thame for a trespass. The king, by a fine of 10 m. which the abbot of Thame made with him for a trespass lately made in his abbey to clerks of king’s chapel to be paid to the king at Easter in the king’s Wardrobe and for 20 marks to be rendered to the same clerks for the same offence, has remitted to the same abbot and his men of the aforesaid abbey the indignation which the king had towards him by reason of the aforesaid trespass. And order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to wholly relax the distraint that the king ordered to be made against him on account of this, and to cause his livestock, if any shall have been taken for the aforesaid reason, to be delivered to the same abbot. 1 Afterwards he paid those 10 m. to Artald etc. and is quit.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginalia also have 'Oxfordshire'.
236
[No date]. Hertfordshire. William son of Peter de Hicche gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
237
Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. The abbot and convent of Eynsham have made fine with 1 the king 10 m. for having a charter for a market and a fair and for acquitting the same [from the fees] of the chancellor which they have paid in the king’s Wardrobe and are quit.
1.
Corrected from ‘gives’.
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/20, m.2, the marginalia read 'Concerning a fine for a charter'.
238
[No date]. Yorkshire. Ralph de Lasceles gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
239
[No date]. Derbyshire. Richard Tebaud gives the king one mark to produce a record from the court of Geoffrey Dethek’ de Lutchurch before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
240
[No date]. Essex. John Fylloll’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
241
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Roger de Luvetoft gives the king 20s. for having a writ of record relating to the county of Cambridgeshire before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
242
10 Feb. Woodstock. Concerning relief. The king has taken the homage of Ralph Ivans nephew and one of the heirs of William Paris for a moiety of all the lands and tenements which the aforesaid William held of the king in chief, and he has rendered that moiety to him. Order to John Walerand, king’s escheator this side of the Trent, that, having accepted security from the aforesaid Ralph for 50s. to be rendered to the king at the Exchequer of next Easter for his relief for the aforesaid moiety, to cause the same Ralph to have full seisin of one moiety of all the lands and tenements that the aforesaid William held of the king in chief and which by reason of the death of the same William were taken into the king’s hand, retaining in the king’s hand the other moiety of all the aforesaid lands and tenements, until the parcener of the same Ralph, co-heir of the same William, for that moiety does what he ought to do therefor to the king and he shall have received another mandate from the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginalia also have 'Somerset'.
243
[No date]. Sussex. The prior of Muchelneham gives the king two marks that a case that is attermined 1 between the same and Ralph Lingiver’ before the justices next itinerating in Wiltshire is to come before the king (coram rege). He is to be distrained by the sheriff of Sussex.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
'attermined' interlined.
244
[No date]. For the earl of Norfolk. The king has granted to Roger le Bigod earl of Norfolk that he is to render 200 m. per annum, namely 100 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the fortieth year and 100 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus 200 m. from year to year at the same terms until all the clear debts which he owes to the king and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer shall have been paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms in respect thereof, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
245
Concerning relief. The king has taken the homage of Jollan de Dunolm’, son and heir of Thomas de Dunolm, sometime citizen of London, for all the lands and tenements that the aforesaid Thomas his father held of the king in chief, and has delivered those lands and tenements to him. Order to John Walerand, the king’s escheator this side of the Trent, having accepted security from the aforesaid Jollan for 6d. to be rendered to the king at the next Exchequer of Easter for his relief for the aforesaid lands, to cause the same Jollan to have full seisin of all the lands and tenements which the aforesaid Thomas held of the king in chief and of all the other lands and tenements of which the same Thomas was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died and which, by reason of the death of the same Thomas, were taken into the king’s hand. 1 Because he held by the service of 6d.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.2, the marginalia also have 'Essex'.
246
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Ranulph de Bredferton’ gives the king half a mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
247
Concerning gold which has been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. Nicholas de Hastings gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be able to hunt with dogs etc. which he has paid to Artald de Sancto Romano in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
248
12 Feb. Woodstock. Gloucestershire. Agnes de Luncecumbe gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. 1 Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
'Trussell' written over erased text.
249
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Henry of Pembridge gives the king one mark of gold for quickly having his judgment concerning a case which is before the king (’coram rege’) between the same Henry and Richard de Thunderle. And he is to be distrained by the sheriff of Gloucestershire. Afterwards he paid that mark of gold in the Wardrobe and is quit. By Peter of Winchester.
250
Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Roger the Poitevin has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. half a mark of gold for a charter of warren and for having quittance of assizes and he is quit 1 At the instance of Robert Walerand.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
251
[No date]. Lincolnshire. John son of Richard gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
252
For Gilbert the Taylor. The king has pardoned Gilbert the Taylor valet of Edmund son of the king half a mark at which he was amerced before Gilbert of Preston and his associates, justices itinerant, in Hampshire. Order to the same justices to cause the same to be quit thereof.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
253
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Elyas de la Grene gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff Nottinghamshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
For entries not recorded in the Fine Roll but entered on the Originalia Roll in this chronological sequence see nos. 1374, 1375, 1376, 1377, 1378, 1379, 1380, 1381, 1382, 1383, 1384, 1385, 1386, 1387, 1388, 1389, 1390, 1391 below.
254
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Richard le Waleys paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. one mark of gold by which he made fine with the king 1 for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc., and for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal he has paid one mark to Wibert de Kent and he is quit.
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
255
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert de Nodariis gives the king one mark for an assize of darrein presentment to be taken before Gilbert of Preston concerning the church of Lowick. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
256
[No date]. Because he did not have it. Herbert de Clerebek’ gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] concerning oxen taken to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
257
[No date]. Warwickshire. Scolastica de Curly gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
258
[No date]. Warwickshire. The prior of Kenilworth gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
259
18 Feb. Woodstock. Lincolnshire. John de Fulneye gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] concerning oxen taken to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
260
Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. Henry of Stixwould has paid in the Wardrobe to Artald etc. on Saturday next before St. Peter in Cathedra at Woodstock five marks of silver by which he made fine with the king for having a charter of warren. On the aforesaid day he also paid Wibert of Kent one mark of silver for acquitting letters patent [from the fees] of the seal concerning quittance of assizes which the king granted to him at the instance of Philip de Arescy. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Henry to be quit of the aforesaid six marks.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
261
20 Feb. Woodstock. Oxfordshire. John Arsic gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire etc.
262
[No date]. Herefordshire. Hugh de Sapy gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
263
[No date]. Bedfordshire. The abbot of Wardon gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench concerning a horse detained. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
264
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Everard de Bolebek gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
265
For the men of H. of Bath. The king has pardoned the men of Henry of Bath of Glympton two marks at which they were lately amerced before William le Breton and his associates, king’s justices, lately itinerant for the forest pleas in Oxfordshire, because those men did not come. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same men to be quit of the aforesaid two marks.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
266
For the men of H. of Bath. The same order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire. 1
1.
This entry is squeezed into the space between two others.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
267
For William Belet. He has rendered three marks of gold for the term of Easter and he is quit, and similarly three marks of gold for the last term and he is quit. The king, by a fine of six marks of gold which William Belet being in the king’s custody made with the king, has delivered to him for all his lands and tenements being in the king’s hand by reason of the aforesaid custody. Order to John Walerand, king’s escheator, that having accepted good security from him for the aforesaid six marks to be rendered in the Wardrobe, namely one moiety at the coming Easter and the other moiety at Michaelmas next following for all the lands and tenements being in the king’s hand by the aforesaid reason, to cause him to have full seisin without delay.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.3, the marginalia also have 'Dorset'.

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268
20 Feb. Woodstock. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Philip de Cerne has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. six bezants of gold for having the liberty not to be put assizes etc. and he is quit of the whole that pertains to the king at the instance of John Walerand. 1
1.
There is a symbol resembling the mathematical addition sign in the margin next to this entry.
269
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. John le Bettre has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. one mark of gold by which he has made fine with the king 1 for the marriage of Juliana who was the wife of William Cotele with all things pertaining to the same marriage, and he is quit.
1.
‘by which he has made fine with the king’ interlined.
270
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Hugh of Windsor has paid in the Wardrobe one mark of gold by which he made fine with the king 1 for having a charter of warren and another charter for a market and fair. And he is quit from [the fees of] the seal by the aforesaid fine and from all things pertaining to the king. 2
1.
‘by which he has made fine with the king’ interlined.
2.
‘pertaining to the king’ interlined.
271
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Petronilla de la Wodehus’, Symon Bonhum’e and Alice his wife give the king 20s. for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
272
20 Feb. Woodstock. Concerning relief. Because the king accepts by an inquisition which Philip Lovel and others, barons of the Exchequer, and Henry of Bath lately made by the king’s order that the land formerly of Ralph de la Cune in Wodechirch’ is in the king’s hand and that that land falls by hereditary right to Matilda wife of Peter de Reding as nearest heir of the aforesaid Ralph, the king has taken the homage of the aforesaid Peter husband of the same Matilda for the aforesaid land and has rendered the aforesaid land with appurtenances to him as the right and inheritance of the aforesaid Matilda his wife. And because the king’s escheators of Kent were always accustomed to answer by their hand at the Exchequer for the issues of the aforesaid land whilst it was in the king’s hand, 1 order to the aforesaid Philip and barons that having accepted sufficient security from the aforesaid Peter and Matilda for 50s. to be rendered to the king at the Exchequer for their relief for half a knight’s fee, to cause them, in the place of the escheators, to have full seisin of the aforesaid land with appurtenances on behalf of the king by the king’s seal of the Exchequer.
1.
‘whilst it was in the king’s hand’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
273
For Peter de Legh’. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to place in respite until three weeks from next Easter the demand which he makes from Peter de Legh, king’s bailiff of Woodstock, for five marks at which he was amerced before the king’s justices lately itinerant for the forest pleas in Oxfordshire. 1 And the distraint etc.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
274
23 Feb. Brill. For Master Simon of Walton. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite until 15 days of Easter the demand which they make from Master Simon of Walton for £9 for the arrears of the farm of Feckenham or for a greater sum if he owed it for the same farm, and for the arrears of the scutage of the bishopric of Chester from the time when he had the custody of the same bishopric, and for arrears of the hundred of Fawsley, as then he will fully satisfy the king for the aforesaid debts which are clear.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
275
For Geoffrey parson of the church of Stonesfield. The king has pardoned Geoffrey parson of the church of Stonesfield 20s. of 40s. at which he was amerced before the justices last to have itinerated for the forest pleas in Oxfordshire for trespasses of the king’s forest, and concerning the remaining 20s. has granted him that he is to render 10s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the fortieth year and 10s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to permit the same Geoffrey to be quit of the aforesaid 20s. and to have the aforesaid terms for the other 20s.
[in the compendium roll]
276
For John son of Matthew. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite until 15 days of Easter the demand which they make from John son of Matthew for £200 1 by which Peter son of Matthew his brother made fine with the king and for a trespass of the king’s forest.
1.
‘pounds’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
277
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Eustace de Greynvill’ gives the king 20s. for having a writ of appeal relating to the county of Buckinghamshire before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire etc.
278
Northamptonshire. For Thomas Scot. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire 1 that if Thomas Scot taken and detained in the king’s prison of Northampton for a trespass of the king’s fish-pond of Silverstone has found good security that he will pay half a mark at the Exchequer of Easter and another half a mark at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for the aforesaid trespass whereof he is appealed, then he is to hand over the same Thomas to twelve on bail until the coming of the king’s justices to those parts.
1.
‘Northamptonshire’ interlined.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.3, this entry has an alternative date and place of witness, viz: '24 Feb, Messenden''.
279
24 Feb. Missenden. For John of Windsor. To the barons of the Exchequer. The king has granted to John of Windsor that he is to render five marks at the Exchequer of Easter in the fortieth year and 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following for ten marks by which he has made fine with the king for his relief. Order therefore to cause the same John to have the same terms and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
280
For Robert de Beauchamp. To the barons of the Exchequer. The king has granted to Robert de Beauchamp that he is render one moiety at the Exchequer in the quindene of Easter in the fortieth year and the other moiety in the quindene of Michaelmas next following for £88 17s. 10d. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for his relief, and for two marks which are similarly exacted from him towards the knighting of the king’s first-born son, and for 100s. at which he was amerced for a default, and for one mark which is similarly 1 exacted from him for a pone. Order therefore to cause him to have those terms and it to be done and enrolled thus. 2
1.
'similarly' interlined.
2.
This entry is in a different hand to those surrounding it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
281
26 Feb. St. Albans. Gloucestershire. Arnald de Bosco gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire.
282
[No date]. Herefordshire. David de la Felde and Matilda his wife give the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take security etc.
283
[No date]. Surrey. William de Gomeschelne gives the king half a mark for having the record of a certain case before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
284
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. The prior of Thurgarton gives the king one mark for an assize of darrein presentment to be taken before John of Lexington concerning the church of Houghton. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
285
[No date]. For the citizens of Worcester. Afterwards they paid into the king’s Wardrobe 45 m. in the quindene of Easter, and concerning the remaining 45 m. the king afterwards gave them respite until the quindene of Michaelmas in the fortieth year. Afterwards they paid those 45 m. and are quit. The citizens of Worcester have made fine with the king by 80 m. for having a charter for return of the king’s writs concerning summonses of the Exchequer and all other writs touching the citizens of Worcester, and beyond the aforesaid fine they will pay 10 m. to the king for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal, concerning which they will render 45 m. in the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of next Easter for gold to be bought therefrom and 45 m. in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next following for gold similarly to be bought therefrom.
286
[No date]. For the citizens of Worcester. The same citizens have made fine with the king by 40 m. for gold to be bought therefrom 1 for having a liberty, namely that the same or their goods are not arrested for any debt of which they are not sureties or the principal debtors, to be paid in the aforesaid Wardrobe at one month from next Michaelmas. And by the aforesaid fine they are quit [from the fees] of the seal and all things pertaining to the king. 2 The king afterwards gave them respite from the aforesaid 40 m. until at Easter in the forty-first year. Afterwards they paid those 40 m. in the Wardrobe and are quit.
1.
'for gold to be bought therefrom' written over erased text.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
287
Concerning relief. The same order to the same J. or his co-escheator in county Norfolk except to take security for £10. The king has taken the homage of William Maii son and heir of William May for all the lands and tenements which the same William his father held of the king in chief, and has rendered those lands and tenements to him. Order to John Walerand, king’s escheator this side of the Trent, or his co-escheator in Lincolnshire, 1 to cause the aforesaid William to have full seisin, having accepted security from him for rendering £10 at the Exchequer for his relief, namely one moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the fortieth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, for all the lands and tenements which the same William his father held of the king in chief and for all the other lands and tenements of which he was seised in his demesne as of his fee on the day he died and which by reason of the death of the same William was taken into the king’s hand.
1.
‘or his co-escheator in Lincolnshire’ interlined.
288
[No date]. Sussex. Walter of Clifford and Margaret his wife give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
289
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. William de Forz, count of Aumale, has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. on the morrow of St. Matthew at St. Albans 10 m. for gold to be bought therefrom by which he made fine with the king 1 for having a charter for a fair, and by the aforesaid fine he is quit [from the fees] of the seal and all things.
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
290
26 Feb. St. Albans. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. On the same day John le Waleys has paid in the same Wardrobe 12 bezants of gold for having the liberty not to be put on assizes, and the king, at the instance of Imbert Pugeys, has pardoned him whatever pertains to him [from the fees] of the seal, and he is quit. 1
1.
There is a symbol resembling the mathematical addition sign in the margin next to this entry.
291
[No date]. Concerning gold paid into Wardrobe. Henry de Baywurth’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold by pledge of Walter of Merton 1 for having a charter of warren and for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal. Afterwards the same Walter has paid that half a mark into the king’s Wardrobe for the aforesaid Henry and is quit.
1.
‘by pledge of Walter of Merton’ interlined.
292
For Philip Luvel. The king has pardoned the Philip Luvel, king’s treasurer, £80 of £150 which he mainprised to render at the Exchequer for Robert de Grendon’ concerning a debt of Licoricia, Jewess of Winchester, and concerning the remaining £70 he is to render £10 to the king per annum at the aforesaid Exchequer at the same terms at which he was previously accustomed to render £20 for the above-written debt. Order the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Philip to be quit of the aforesaid £80 and to have the aforesaid terms concerning the remaining £70 and to cause it to be done and enrolled thus. By the same king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
293
28 Feb. St. Albans. For Robert son of Ralph. Because the king learns by an inquisition which by Thomas de Staunford’ sometime king’s escheator beyond the Trent caused to be made that Ralph de Grendon’ held nothing of the king in chief for which homage, relief, marriage or custody of his lands ought by right to pertain to the king, order to Peter the Tuk’, king’s escheator in Derbyshire, to restore to Robert son and heir of the same Ralph all the lands and tenements formerly of the same Ralph on the day he died and taken into the king’s hand by reason of his death.
294
29 Feb. Royston. Rutland. Thomas son of Simon taken and detained in the king’s prison of Rockingham for a trespass of the forest gives the king half a mark to be placed on bail until at the next coming of the king’s justices for the forest pleas in those parts. Order to the sheriff of Rutland to take security etc.
[in the Roll]
295
[No date]. Essex. Milisenta who was the wife of Richard son of Hubert de Cuweye gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
296
[No date]. Yorkshire. Walter de Acon’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum [for a plea] concerning the water of Thursgill to be lead back into its due and right course. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
297
1 March. Ditton’. Cambridgeshire. Adam of Wilbraham gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
298
For relief. Because the king learns by an inquisition that he cause to be made by John Walerand, king’s escheator this side of the Trent, that Roger de Lambrok’ held nothing of the king in chief unless one virgate of land with appurtenances by sergeanty of one pound of cumin per annum in the manor of Compton formerly of Eustace de Durevyle and which is in the king’s hand by reason of a felony that the same Eustace committed for which he was hung and that Nicholas de Lambrok, is the brother and nearest heir of the same Roger, order to the aforesaid John, that having accepted security from the same Nicholas for 6d. to be rendered to the Exchequer for his relief for the aforesaid land, to cause the same Nicholas to have full seisin of the aforesaid virgate of land and of all other lands and tenements of which the aforesaid Roger was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died and which by reason of his death were taken into the king's hand.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.3, this entry gives an alternative date and place of witness, viz: 'Royston, 29 Feb'.
299
For Joan de Thorynton’. Because the king agrees by an inquisition which he caused to be made by the sheriff of Cambridgeshire that it is to the king’s advantage if the king should grant to Joan de Thorynton for two marks the year, day and waste which pertain to the king from one virgate of land with appurtenances in Cnappewell’ which ought to descend by hereditary right to William of Shelford, who for a felony which he made in killing his father, was hung, order to the aforesaid sheriff, that having accepted security from the aforesaid Joan for rendering two marks at the Exchequer in one month of Easter next about-to-be, to cause the same Joan to have the king’s year and a day of the aforesaid land together with the waste of the same land.
[in the Roll]
300
3 March. Ely. Cambridgeshire. Symon Myle gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire.
[in the Roll, S’]
301
[No date]. Norfolk. Afterwards he gave the same P. half a mark for renewal of the same writ. And order to the sheriff etc. Peter Hacun gives the king one mark for a having a certification before the king (coram rege) concerning an assize of novel disseisin taken before W. le Breton. Afterwards he gave half a mark for renewal of this writ. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk.
[in the Roll, S’]
302
3 March. Ely. Lincolnshire. William de Neuvyle gives the king two marks for having before the justices of the Bench the record of a case which was in the trithing of Caistor concerning livestock taken. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
303
[No date]. For Matthew de Thorinton’. Matthew de Thorynton’ made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of Easter for having respite from knighthood from next Easter until three years next following. And he has lands in Yorkshire and Cambridgeshire.
[in the Roll]
304
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Ranulph son of Hugh gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire etc.
[in the compendium roll]
305
4 March. Chippenham. Sussex. John son of Alan 1 gives the king one mark for having a writ for the record of a certain case which was in the aforesaid hundred of the aforesaid John of Rotherbridge before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
‘de Rutherbrugg’ deleted.
306
[No date]. Essex. Peter son of Geoffrey de Hengham gives the king one mark for an assize of disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
307
6 March. Bury St. Edmunds. Suffolk. Ralph Hok de Bernardeston’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
308
Essex. William de Beauchamp de Hersham gives the king one mark for a writ of warranty of charter ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
309
Yorkshire. William de Coleville gives the king 20s. for an attaint 1 of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
'attaint' may be expunged by underlining dots.
310
8 March. Bury St. Edmunds. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. The prior of Ely has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. by the hand of Walter of Merton at St. Edmunds one mark of gold by which he made fine with the king 1 for having a charter for a market and fair at his manor of Swaffham in Cambridgeshire and is quit.
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
311
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Henry Springefish of Cambridge will pay the king one mark of silver for acquitting letters patent of protection [from the fees] of the seal which the king granted to the same Henry at the instance of Ebulo de Montibus. John de St. Lico’ is pledge for that mark.
[in the Roll]
312
For Petronilla de Carleton’. The king has granted to Petronilla de Carleton that she is to render 40d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year, 40d. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, 40d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the forty-first year, and 40d. at the Exchequer of Easter next following for one mark which remains to be rendered for 20s. by which she made fine with the king for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to have those terms and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
313
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Robert de Ho has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. half a mark of gold by which he made fine with the king 1 for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. and for acquitting those letters [from the fees] of the chancellor, and he is quit.
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
314
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Henry de Shelton’ has made fine with the king by one and a half marks of gold for having a charter of warren and the liberty not to be put on assizes, juries etc. and for acquitting those charters [from the fees] of the seal, and he has paid therefor in the Wardrobe to Artald etc. one mark of gold, and he owes half a mark of gold. Afterwards he paid that half a mark of gold in the Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
There is a symbol resembling the mathematical addition sign at the end of this entry in the originalia Roll, E 371/20, m.3.
315
11 March. Dereham. Worcestershire. Osbert son of Roger le Clerk gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
316
[No date]. Herefordshire. William le Pundere gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove plea] before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
317
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert de Nerburn’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
318
[No date]. Herefordshire. Stephen of Lugwardine and Elena his wife give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
319
11 March. Derham. Norfolk. Robert son of Henry gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
320
12 March. Gaywood. For Robert de Bosco. Afterwards the king gave him respite from that mark of gold until the quindene of next Nativity of St. John at the instance of Guy de Lusignan. Robert de Bosco has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having charters of warren and the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. and for acquitting them [from the fees] of the chancellor, and he will pay that mark at Norwich at the next coming of the king there. 1 Afterwards he paid that mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
[in the compendium roll, S’]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
321
[No date]. Norfolk. Afterwards they paid and are quit. Thomas Page and Robert de Ringstede give the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before W. le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
322
[No date]. For the burgesses of St. Edmunds. Afterwards they paid 30 m. in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. in the quindene of Easter. And afterwards they paid the other 30 m. in the quindene of St. John and are quit. The burgesses of St. Edmund have made fine with the king by 50 m. for having the liberty that themselves or their heirs are not to be distrained for any debt for which they are not sureties or the principal debtors, and for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the chancellor they will pay the king 10 m. And they will pay 30 m. therefor into the king’s Wardrobe in 15 days of next Easter, and 30 m. in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next following.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.3, the marginalia also have 'Suffolk'.
323
[No date]. Yorkshire. The prioress of Dasedale gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
324
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. William de Weston’ has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. on Monday on the morrow of the Blessed Gregory half a mark of gold by which he made fine with the king 1 for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. And he is quit.
1.
’by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.

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325
13 March. Gaywood. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. John de Kersonere has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of next Easter. 1 And for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal he paid one mark to Wibert de Kent. Afterwards he paid that half a mark of gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
326
Norfolk. Thomas Luvel gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
327
[No date]. Norfolk. Sibilla de Westwincho gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
328
Lincolnshire. Siward son of Fulk gives the king one mark for having an appeal concerning mayhem which is in the county court of Lincolnshire before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
329
Nottinghamshire. The abbot of Rufford gives the king two marks 1 for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
Corrected from 20s.
330
[No date]. Oxfordshire. John de Caversham gives the king one mark for having a pone. William de Berkel’ and John de Englefeld’ of Gloucestershire are pledges therefor. 1
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
This second sentence written over erased text.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.3, the marginal county name is 'Gloucestershire'.
331
For the king concerning the parts of a whale to be sold. Because the parts of a whale which the sheriff of Lincolnshire by the king’s order sent to the king have been badly preserved and are of no use to the king, the king remits to the same sheriff those parts excepting six small pieces in order that from them and the parts of other whales which have lately landed in his bailiwick pertaining to the king he is to do accordingly as shall best seem to expedite the king’s advantage, so that he is to answer for the moneys proceeding therefrom at the Exchequer.
[in the Roll]
332
[No date]. Norfolk. Walter son of Isabella gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
333
[No date]. For Ralph of Littlebury. Ralph of Littlebury has made fine with the king by 40s. to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe for gold to be bought therefrom 1 for having respite from making himself a knight from next Easter through three years. He has paid and is quit. 2
[in the compendium roll]
1.
'king's Wardrobe' written over erased text and ‘gold to be bought therefrom’ interlined.
2.
This sentence added in a different hand.
334
[No date]. For Adam de Hagebech’. Adam son of Adam de Hagebech’ has made fine with the king by five marks of silver to be paid at Norwich by pledge of W. of Swinford 1 at the next coming of the king there for having a similar respite. He has paid into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit. 2
[in the compendium roll]
1.
‘by the pledge of W. of Swinford' interlined.
2.
This sentence added in a different hand.
335
13 March. Gaywood. For Robert the Butler. Robert le Bustler’, son and heir of William the Butler, has entreated the king that whereas the same William his father had made fine with the king before H. of Bath and his associates, king’s justices, by 20 m. for his redemption because by the jurors of a certain attaint, summoned and taken by the king’s order before the aforementioned justices he was convicted of a false oath sworn in a certain assize of novel disseisin of which he was one of the jurors and at the time of the death of same William the greater part of the same debt had remained to be rendered to the king, by reason the arrears of which his lands have lain untilled through two years and more, the king concerning 15 m. which still remain to be rendered of the aforesaid debt cared to show him grace. Because the king is informed for certain by an inquisition which he caused to be made by the sheriff of Cambridgeshire that all the land of the aforesaid Robert does not exceed in value five shillings per annum, the king has granted to the same that concerning the aforesaid 15 m. he is to render 5s. at the Exchequer of next Michaelmas and thus from year to year 5s. at the same term until the aforesaid 15 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that term and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
336
For Henry de Hanebuch’. Henry de Hanehuth’ has a similar writ directed to the same barons concerning 21 m. which he owes for the debts of Thomas de Hanehuth his father, of which he will render two marks per annum, namely one mark at the Exchequer of Easter in the fortieth year and one mark at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and so from year to year two marks at the same terms until etc. 1 And the whole enrolment of this writ can be found in the Roll of Liberate of this year under this date 7 March at St. Edmund’s. 2
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
See CLR 1251–60, p. 276.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
337
[No date]. For the burgesses of Cambridge. Vacated because otherwise below. The burgesses of Cambridge have made fine with the king by £100 for having the liberty that the same or their heirs are not to be distrained for any debt of which they are not sureties or principal debtors unless etc., of which they will render to the king 50 m. in one month of next Easter, and 50 m. in one month of Michaelmas next following, and 50 m. in one month of Easter in the forty-first year. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. See 427 below.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
338
14 March. Castle Acre. Yorkshire. Alan son of Gregory gives the king half a mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
339
15 March. Castle Acre. Concerning the king’s houses and the castle of Guildford which have been committed. The king has committed to Alan of Guildford his sergeant ('servienti') custody of his houses of Guildford and park of Guildford for as long as it pleases the king, so that he is to answer therefor at the Exchequer in like manner to the provision and arrangement which Philip Luvel and Henry of Bath have made in respect thereof.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.3, the marginalia add 'Surrey'.
340
16 March. Walsingham. Nottinghamshire. John son of Ralph de Winstanton’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
341
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Richard de Hengham parson of the church of Wodhulle gives the king 60s. 1 for an assize of novel disseisin concerning a tenement and another assize concerning common pasture 2 to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
'60' is a correction.
2.
‘concerning a tenement...pasture’ interlined.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.3, the sum is recorded as '40s.'
342
[No date]. Norfolk. The same Richard gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] concerning oxen taken to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
343
19 March. Gymyngham. Concerning a fine for a charter. James son of Robert has made fine with the king by one and a half marks of gold 1 by the pledge of Philip de Boklaund’ for a charter of warren and for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal and for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. and for having respite from making himself a knight from Michaelmas in the fortieth year until the end of three years following, and he will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of next Easter. 2 Afterwards he paid that mark and a half of gold into the aforesaid Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
‘and a half’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
344
For Margery de Lauardyn. The king has pardoned Margery de Lavardyn half a mark which remains to be rendered to the king of one mark which was demanded from her by summons of the Exchequer for unjust detention. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Margery to be quit of the aforesaid half a mark.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
345
For Margery de Lauardyn. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to permit the same Margery to be quit of the aforesaid half a mark.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
346
21 March. St. Benet de Hulme. Norfolk. William del Muster gives the king two marks for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege) against Henry le Chat and others. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
347
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Richard de Corlu made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from making himself a knight from Easter in the fortieth year in three years, and he will pay that half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe on the morrow of the Close of Easter next about-to-be by the pledge of William of Swinford, sheriff of Norfolk. He has paid into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
[in the compendium roll]
348
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid to Wibert of Kent. The abbot of St. Edmunds has paid to Wibert of Kent one mark for gold to be bought therefrom for acquitting a confirmation [from the fees] of the seal which the king granted to him of special grace.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
349
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. John de Vilers gives the king 20s. for an assize of darrein presentment to be taken before John of Lexington concerning the church of Kinaldestowe. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
350
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. William son of William de Bekeswell’ has made fine with the king by one and a half marks of gold for having a charter of warren, a market and fair and for acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc., and for having respite from making himself a knight from Easter in the fortieth year in three years, and he will pay that mark and a half of gold into the king’s Wardrobe in 15 days of next Easter. And he has land in Norfolk. Afterwards he paid that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and is quit.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.3, the marginalia add 'Norfolk'.
351
25 March. Norwich. Northamptonshire. Gilbert de Gant keeper of Alice, heiress of Henry de Armenters, gives the king 10 m. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston to the use of the same Alice. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.3, the assize is said to be 'in the name of the same Alice'.
352
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Thomas Rocelyn has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. half a mark of gold for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. and for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal and he is quit.
353
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Richard de Harlawe has made fine with the king by one mark of gold to be paid in the king’s Wardrobe in 15 days of next Easter for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. And William of Swinford sheriff of Norfolk has mainprised that payment for him. And for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal he has paid one mark to Wibert of Kent.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
354
[No date]. For the burgesses of Amiens. The citizens and merchants of Amiens have made fine with the king by 200 m. for having the liberty that themselves or their goods withersoever found in places in the dominion of the king are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or the principal debtors just as is more fully contained in the king’s charter which they have in respect thereof. And they will pay those 200 m. in the king’s Wardrobe on the morrow of the Close of next Easter. And the charter aforesaid having been duplicated is sent to John de Gisors by Andrew Poynaunt in order to receive and keep that until he shall have received the aforesaid 200 m. for the king’s use from the aforesaid citizens and merchants, namely at the above-mentioned day, and for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal they have paid ten marks in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano at Norwich at Mid-Lent. Afterewards the aforesaid burgesses paid the aforesaid 200 m. in the king’s Wardrobe on Wednesday in Holy Week at Westminster and are quit. By the hand of John de Gisors.
355
For the burgesses of Amiens. And order to the aforesaid John that as soon as the said citizens and merchants shall have found security for him for the aforesaid 200 m. to be rendered in the king’s Wardrobe at the above-written day, by which security the king wishes they be held to him in the aforesaid money, which is to be paid to him at the aforesaid term, then he is to deliver the aforesaid charters to them to be taken wherever they will wish.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
356
26 March. Norwich. For Egidia who was the wife of Nicholas de Scrouteby. The king gives Egidia who was the wife of Nicholas de Scrouteby respite until the morrow of next Trinity from the demand which the sheriff of Norfolk makes from her by summons of the Exchequer for 8s. 4d. in which the same Nicholas sometime her husband was bound to the king for a certain default, and for one mark which the same Nicholas owed for the pledge of Master Henry of Yarmouth, and for 20s. in which the same Nicholas was bound to the king for Bernard de Scrouteby his father. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to permit the same Egidia to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
357
Yorkshire. John son of Nicholas de Buterwik and William his brother give the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the itinerant justices at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
358
Norfolk. The prior of Lewes gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] concerning oxen taken to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
359
[No date]. Concerning a fine of the burgesses of Yarmouth. The king’s burgessses of Yarmouth have made fine with the king by 120 m. pro bono adventu regis, 1 for having a charter that the same forever have return of the king’s writs, the king’s vill of Yarmouth and the liberty touching the same vill, and that the bailiff of the same vill be able to answer by his own hand at the Exchequer for all his debts and summons of the same Exchequer touching the aforesaid vill of Yarmouth. And that all trade and merchandise, both fish and other things, coming to the port of Yarmouth found in or out of ships may be sold and bought without any impediment by the hands of merchants bringing all manner of merchandise, so that henceforth there are to be no brokers in the aforesaid vill by whom sellers or buyers shall be impeded from making sales or purchases freely to the detriment of the aforementioned vill. And for having the liberty that the same or their goods are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or principal debtors unless etc. just as is more fully contained in the king’s charter which they have in respect thereof. And concerning the aforesaid 120 m., they will pay 60 m. in the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of Easter next about-to-be, and 60 m. in the quindene of Michaelmas next following. And for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal they paid ten marks in the aforesaid Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano at Norwich on Sunday in mid-Lent. They have paid the aforesaid 120 m. in the Wardrobe to Artald etc. and are quit.
[in the Roll]
1.
pro bono adventu regis’ interlined.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Norfolk'.
360
[No date]. Concerning a fine of the burgesses of Derby. They have paid 15 m. 10s. therefor to Artald etc. and for the remainder they will pay one moiety in the quindene of Hilary in the forty-first year and the other moiety in one month of Easter. They paid 26½ m. for the term of Hilary and 27 m. 10s. for the last term and are quit. The king’s burgesses of Derby have made fine with the king by 70 m. for having a charter and for acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, namely that the same burgesses and their heirs may forever be able to elect coroners from among themselves as often as there shall be need, just as is more fully contained in the king’s charter which they have in respect thereof, and to have forever return of king’s writs of common summons of the Exchequer and all other of the king’s writs touching the said borough of Derby, just as is contained in the said charter, and that the same or their goods are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or principal debtors, as is more fully contained in the abovesaid charter. And concerning the aforesaid 70 m., they will pay 35 m. in the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist and 35 m. in the quindene of All Saints next following for gold to be bought therefrom. 1
[in the Roll]
1.
‘for gold to be bought therefrom’ added in a different hand.
361
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Edmund de Soterle has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid in the king’s Wardrobe on the morrow of the Close of next Easter by pledge of William of Swinford, sheriff of Norfolk, for having respite from making himself a knight from Michaelmas in the fortieth year in three years. Afterwards he paid into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
[in the Roll]
362
[No date]. Suffolk. Robert de Aketorp’ gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll]
363
27 March. Norwich. Suffolk. The same Robert gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the same William. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll]
364
[No date]. Suffolk. Richard de Aketorp’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll]
365
26 March. Norwich. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. John of Gaddesden has paid eleven marks of silver by which he made fine with the king 1 in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. at Norwich on Sunday in mid-Lent for having a charter of warren and the liberty not to be put on assizes etc., and for acquitting those charters [from the fees] of the chancellor.
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
366
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. William de Hakford’ has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper etc. 52s. for 26 bezants of gold for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal and he is quit.
367
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. The prior of St. Faith of Horsham has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to the same Artald at Norwich five marks for gold to be bought therefrom by which he made fine with the king 1 for a charter for having a market at his manor of Surlingeham and for having the liberty for the use of Reneri de Stenegal’ not to be put on assizes etc., and for acquitting those charters [from the fees] of the seal and he is quit.
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
368
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Afterwards he paid and is quit. Roger de Walsham has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe on the morrow of the Close of next Easter by the pledge of William of Swinford, sheriff of Norfolk, for having respite from making himself a knight from Tuesday next after the fourth Sunday in Lent in the forty-first year until three years.
[in the Roll]
369
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. Simon Peche has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. at Norwich five marks of gold to be bought therefrom for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal and he is quit.
370
[No date]. Norfolk. Richard son of Geoffrey and Letia his wife give the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll]
371
[No date]. For Margaret the Lavender. The king has granted to Margaret the Lavender on account of her excessive poverty that she is to render 2s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year, and 2s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the forty-first year, and 2s. 8d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the forty-second year for half a mark at which she was amerced before the justices lately itinerant at Norwich. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to have those terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
372
For Margaret the Lavender. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to permit the same Margaret to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
373
[No date]. Norfolk. William de Suatting’ gives the king one mark for an attaint to be taken before William le Breton which was previously arraigned before the aforesaid William and Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, this entry has an alternative place and date of witness, viz: 'Norwich, 26 March'.

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374
Yorkshire. Stephen de Eya gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security.
[in the Roll, S’]
375
[No date]. For the burgesses of Norwich. For a fine of 100 m. they have paid 60 m. in the Wardrobe to Artald etc. and they have paid the remaining 40 m. to Artald de Sancto Romano and Peter de Rivallis in the forty-second year and are quit. The king, concerning ten marks of gold by which the king’s citizens of Norwich had made fine with the king for having the liberty that the same or their goods are not to be arrested etc. just as is enrolled in Fine Roll for the thirty-ninth year 1 concerning which they ought to have paid five marks of gold or 50 m. of silver in the king’s Wardrobe at the Blessed Mary Magdalene in the aforesaid year and five marks of gold or 50 m. of silver at Michaelmas next following, has granted to the aforesaid citizens that they are to pay the aforesaid 10 m. of gold or 100 m. of silver in the aforesaid Wardrobe for that gold at the below-written terms, namely 50 m. in one month of Easter in the fortieth year and 50 m. in one month at Nativity of St. John the Baptist next following.
1.
See CFR 1254–55, no.517.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
376
27 March. Norwich. For the burgesses of Norwich. And because a copy of the aforesaid fine was sent to the Exchequer, and the king wills that the aforesaid money is to be paid in his Wardrobe, order to the barons of the Exchequer not to distrain the aforesaid citizens on account of this.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
377
[No date]. For the burgesses of Norwich. The same burgesses have paid 50 m. in the Wardrobe to Artald etc. for the first term of the fine of £100 to Artald etc. and 30 m. of the same fine. The same citizens have made fine with the king by £100 for gold to be bought therefrom 1 for having return of writs and other liberties contained in their charter which they have from the king, of which they will pay 50 m. into the king’s Wardrobe at in one month of Michaelmas in the fortieth year, and 50 m. in 15 days of Hilary in the forty-first year, and 50 m. in one month of Easter next following.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘for gold to be bought therefrom’ interlined.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Norfolk'.
378
Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. Clemens, prior of Bromholm, has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano, keeper of the same Wardrobe, 100s. for letters patent which the king granted to him concerning the appointment of attorneys, and he is quit.
379
31 March. Blythburgh. Suffolk. John de Hedeham gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
380
[No date]. Norfolk. John de Holebech’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
381
[No date]. Leicestershire. Robert Patrik’ gives the king 20s. for having a record from the county court of Leicestershire before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
382
[No date]. Suffolk. Alice who was the wife of Walter de Dersham gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
383
For the prior of Blythburgh. The prior of Blythburgh has paid one mark to Wibert of Kent for acquitting letters patent of protection [from the fees] of the seal and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
384
1 April. Leiston. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Gilbert son of Thomas has paid one mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano, keeper of the same Wardrobe, for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc., and because that gold was weak (‘debile’), he paid 24s. of silver in the same Wardrobe to the same Artald for improvement of the same gold, and for acquitting the aforesaid charter [from the fees] of the seal, he has paid one mark of gold to Wibert of Kent, and is quit.
385
[No date]. Concerning a fine of the burgesses of Dunwich for a charter. The king’s burgesses of Dunwich have made fine with the king by 120 m. for gold to be bought therefrom for the good arrival of the king and 1 for having the liberty that the same or their goods are not to be distrained for any debt for which they are not debtors or pledges 2 and for having return of writs and other liberties contained in the king’s charter which they have in respect thereof. And they will pay 40 marks therefor in the king’s Wardrobe on the morrow of Trintiy in the fortieth year and 40 marks on the morrow of Michaelmas next following and 40 marks on the morrow of Hilary in the forty-first year. And for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal they have paid 10 m. in the aforesaid Wardrobe for gold to be bought therefrom.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘for the good arrival of the king and’ interlined.
2.
‘to be distrained…pledges’ interlined.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Norfolk'.
386
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. Afterwards they paid to Artald etc. 45 m. only of this fine. And afterwards they paid P. de Rivallis 25 m. and they are quit. The king’s burgesses of Ipswich have made fine with the king for having similar liberties and for acquitting the king’s charter which they have therefor [from the fees] of the seal, by 80 m. for gold to be bought therefrom, of which they have paid 10 m. in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. by hand and they will pay 20 m. into the same Wardrobe on the morrow of Holy Trinity in the fortieth year, and 25 m. on the morrow of Michaelmas next following, and 25 m. on the morrow of Hilary in the forty-first year.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Suffolk'.
387
1 April. Framlingham. Concerning moneys which have been paid into the king’s Wardrobe. Richard de Caen has paid five marks of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de St. Romano etc. to be bought therefrom by which he made fine with the king 1 for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. And for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the chancellor he has paid one mark to Wibert of Kent for gold to be bought therefrom, and he is quit.
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
388
[No date]. Suffolk. Ralph parson of the church of Bradwell gives the king 20s. for having an assize called utrum before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
389
Nottinghamshire. Hugh Peche and Ida his wife give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
[in the compendium roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginal county name is altered from 'Nottinghamshire' to 'Huntingdonshire'.
390
[No date]. Suffolk. Warin de Wymundehale gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
391
3 April. Ipswich. Suffolk. Tristram de Rendham gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench concerning a tenement in Rendham. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
392
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Thomas son of Robert de Raveningham has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid in the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of next Easter by pledge of Philip de Bokeland’ for having respite from making himself a knight from Michaelmas in the fortieth year through three years. And he has land in Norfolk. He has paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Norfolk'.
393
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Warin de Barsham will pay in the same Wardrobe at the same term by the pledge of the aforesaid Philip half a mark of gold for having a similar respite. And he has land in Suffolk. He has paid and is quit.
[in the Roll]
394
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Robert son of Robert de Bekingham, Thomas and Hugh his brothers 1 give the king 40 s. for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
'Thomas and Hugh his brothers' interlined.
395
4 April. St. Osyth. Concerning gold which has been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. John son of William de Verdun of Bressingham has paid five marks in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano, keeper of the same Wardrobe, for gold to be bought therefrom by which he made fine with the king 1 for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and he is quit.
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
396
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. William de Brom has made fine with the king by ten marks for gold to be bought therefrom 1 for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and for having respite of knighthood from Michaelmas in the fortieth year through three years, and he will pay those ten marks in the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of next Easter. He has land in Suffolk. Afterwards he paid into the king’s Wardrobe, and is quit.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘for gold to be bought therefrom’ interlined.
397
[No date]. Yorkshire. William de Bovyle gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before itinerant justices at Newcastle-upon-Tyne. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
398
[No date]. Essex. Stephen Torold gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
399
5 April. Colchester. For the burgesses of Colchester. The king’s burgesses of Colchester give the king 20 m. for gold to be bought therefrom pro bono adventu regis of the king and for a trespass of measures before the keepers of the king’s market and they will pay therefor ten marks in the Wardrobe at Pentecost in the fortieth year and ten marks at All Saints next following. 1 Afterwards it was ordered to them that they should pay those 20 m. to Guy de Rochefort as is clear in the Close Roll for the forty-second year. 2
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
See CR 1256–59, p. 199.
400
Concerning a fine for a charter. The prior of Worcester has made fine with the king by one mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe in next Holy Week by pledge of Master Simon of Walton for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal. 1 He has paid and is quit.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
401
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Robert of Whichford gives the king half a mark for a writ of warranty of charter ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
402
[No date]. Kent. Alexander de Wrexham gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Robert de Shottenden. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the payment is for an assize of novel disseisin.
403
5 April. Colchester. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. John de Moryens who has land within the liberty of St. Edmunds has made fine with the king by 100s. to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of Easter next to come for having respite from making himself a knight from Easter in the fortieth year through three years, and Henry de Heleghton’ clerk of the steward of the liberty of St. Edmunds has acated as pledge for him for the aforesaid payment. 1 Afterwards he paid that mark of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Suffolk'.
404
For Stephen de Brokedis’. Stephen de Brokedis gives the king half a mark of gold which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of next Easter by which he made fine with the king 1 for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc. And for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal he has paid one mark to Wibert of Kent. 2 He has land in Norfolk. Afterwads he paid that half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
405
[No date]. Essex. Stephen son of Leon gives the king 20s. for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
406
[No date]. Essex. John son of Robert gives the king 20s. for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before the same William. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
407
[No date]. Essex. William son of Walter le Conestable gives the king two marks for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
408
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert de Wileweby gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
409
[No date]. Northamptonshire. The same Robert gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
410
[No date]. Norfolk. Jordan le Claver gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
411
[No date]. Suffolk. Godfrey son of Peter gives the king 20s. 1 for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
Corrected from 'one mark'.
412
6 April. Coggeshal’. Concerning relief. The king has taken the homage of Robert le Gustur nephew and one of the heirs of William de Paris for one moiety of all the lands and tenements that the aforesaid William held of the king in chief, and the king has rendered that moiety to him. Order to John Walerand, king’s escheator this side of the Trent, that having accepted security from the aforesaid Robert for rendering 50s. at the Exchequer for his relief for the aforesaid moiety, namely 25s. at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist in the fortieth year and 25s. at Michaelmas next following, to cause the same Robert to have full seisin of one moiety of all the lands and tenements that the aforesaid William held of the king in chief and which by reason of the death of the same William were taken in the king’s hand.
[in the Roll]
413
7 April. Badewe. Essex. Ernald son of Alexander of Roding gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] concerning oxen taken to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
414
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. The abbot of Coggeshale has paid five marks in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de St. Romano etc. for gold to be bought therefrom by which he made fine with the king 1 for having a charter for a market and for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal, and is quit.
[in the compendium roll]
1.
‘by which he made fine with the king’ interlined.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the abbot makes fine by half a mark of gold.
415
8 April. Havering. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Wiliam de Lamburn has made fine with the king by 100s. to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe for gold to be bought therefrom in the quindene of next Easter for having respite from making himself a knight from Easter in the fortieth year through six years. 1 Afterwards he paid those 100s. into the king’s Wardrobe, and he is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Essex'.
416
9 April. Westminster. Yorkshire. Richard Crok gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
417
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Afterwards he paid two marks of the gold in the Wardrobe by the hand of the Master Nicholas of Plympton’ and he is quit. Henry de Crammerevyle has made fine with the king by 20 m. for having respite of making himself a knight from Easter in the fortieth year through two years, and he will pay therefor in the king’s Wardrobe at next Easter 10 m. or one mark of gold, and at Pentecost next following 10 m. or one mark of gold.
418
[No date]. Norfolk. Reynerus de Staninghal’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
419
[No date]. Northumberland. Richard le Scot and Margery his wife give the king one mark for having the record of a certain case before the justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Northumberland etc.
[in the Roll]
420
[No date]. Hampshire. Robert de Pavylly and Joan his wife give the king 40s. for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire etc.
[in the Roll]
421
12 April. Westminster. Concerning dies which have been committed. The king has demised and granted to John Terri one of his dies in his mint of Canterbury to have and to hold by the same John for all his life with all manner of issues and profits pertaining to this die, rendering therefor per annum at the Exchequer 100s., namely 50s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the fortieth year and 50s. at Michaelmas next following, and thus 100s. from year to year at the same terms for as long as he shall be enjoined. 1 He has letters patent in respect thereof.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Kent'.
422
Concerning dies which have been committed. And he gives one mark of gold for having the aforesaid die. And he has paid that in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano, keeper etc., and he is quit thereof.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Kent'.
423
Concerning dies which have been committed. In the same manner the king has demised and granted to William Cokin one of his dies in the aforesaid mint of Canterbury, rendering therefor per annum 100s. at the king’s Exchequer at the same terms. And he gives the king one mark of gold for having the aforesaid die which he has paid to A. de Sancto Romano, keeper etc., and he is quit. He has letters patent for having the aforesaid die etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.4, the marginalia also have 'Kent'.
424
Kent. John de Marewrth’ and Alice his wife give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
425
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Robert Engayne gives the king 40s. for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
426
13 April. Westminster. Because she did not have it. Goda who was the wife of Henry de Melleburn’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [to remove a plea] of dower relating to the county of Dorset before the justices next to itinerate in Wiltshire. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take security etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because she did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
427
Concerning a fine of the burgesses of Cambridge for a charter. They have rendered 50 m. for the term of Hilary and previously they had paid £33 6s. 8d. for the one debt and for [the fees of] the seal £7 14s. 4d. And afterwards they paid 50 m. to P. de Rivall’ and they are wholly quit. The king’s burgesses of Cambridge have made fine with the king by £100 for gold to be bought therefrom 1 for having a charter of return of writs and for having the liberty that they or their goods are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or the principal debtors, and for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal they give the king 10 m. And they will pay 60 m. therefor in the king’s Wardrobe on the morrow of next Michaelmas, 50 m. on the morrow of Hilary in the forty-first year, and 50 m. on the morrow of the Close of Easter next following. 2
[in the Roll]
1.
‘for gold to be bought therefrom’ interlined.
2.
The marginal comments for this entry are written around the marginalia for the next two entries.
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.5, this entry has a different date of witness, viz: '15 April'.
428
15 April. Westminster. Worcestershire. Gumbert the Vintner and Sibilla his wife give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
429
[No date]. Kent. William de Derleg’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [to remove a plea] of warranty of charter to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
430
16 April. Westminster. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. Nicholas son of Fulcher has paid 100s. in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. on Tuesday in Holy Week in the fortieth year by which he made fine with the king for having quittance of assizes. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same to be quit of the aforesaid 100s.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
431
Sussex. William the Vintner gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
432
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Roger de Cudeford’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
433
[No date]. Essex. Robert le Pestur gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
434
[No date]. Sussex. Eva de Paleschedde gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]

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435
18 April. Westminster. Oxfordshire. James de Crek’ and Sarra his wife give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take security.
[in the compendium roll, S’]
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/20, m.5, the marginal county name is corrected from 'Oxfordshire' to 'Suffolk'.
b.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.5, James' wife is named Eva.
436
Hampshire. Robert de Rockle gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
437
Hertfordshire. Stephen de Langeford’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
438
Leicestershire. William le Baud gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
439
[No date]. Kent. Thomas de Hallinge gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
440
[No date]. Sussex. Ralph Haringod gives the king 20s. for two assizes to be taken before Henry de Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
441
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Andrew de Horepol gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
442
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Stephen son of Robert de Langeford’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
443
Shropshire. Robert de Meisy and Eva his wife give the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before lord Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
444
Hampshire. Richard le Noreys gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the justices next itinerant at Wilton. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
445
Essex. Sewal of Thurrock gives the king half a mark for having a writ of warranty of charter ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
446
21 April. Westminster. For Philip Barri. Robert Walerand is the pledge of Philip de Barry for one mark of gold which the same Philip gave to the king for having a writ in Ireland.
[in the compendium roll]
a.
In the originalia roll E 371/20, m.5, the marginalia also have 'Gloucestershire'.
447
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. William de Muntchenesy son of William de Muntchenesy 1 has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from making himself a knight until next Christmas. And he will pay that half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe on the morrow of the Ascension of the Lord in the fortieth year. Afterwards he paid 2 that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and he is quit.
1.
‘son of William de Muntchenesy’ interlined.
2.
‘paid’ repeated.
448
Devon. William Thebaud gives the king two marks for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
449
[No date]. Berkshire. Richard the Porter gives the king 40s. for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
450
[No date]. Essex. Giles de Muntpincun gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
451
21 April. Westminster. For Richard de Ore. The king quitted Richard de Ore of the common summons made before the justices lately itinerant in Sussex by his letters as he is informed by inspection of the rolls of Chancery. And because the same justices through deceit not bring aware of the aforesaid quittance amerced the same Richard at one mark for the aforesaid summons, the king has pardoned the same Richard that mark. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same to be quit thereof.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
452
[No date]. Kent. Nicholas son of Hamo de Luddesdon’ gives the king 20s. for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
453
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Master Henry de Stratford gives the king one mark for having the record of a certain case at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
454
[No date]. Because above. Robert de Meysy and Eva his wife give the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because above. See 443 above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
455
[No date]. Derbyshire. William of Montgomery gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
456
Concerning respite from knighthood. John de Moyse has made fine with the king by five marks of silver 1 to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe within the immediate quindene of Easter for having respite from making himself a knight until Michaelmas next about-to-be. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security etc. 2 He has paid those 5 m. of silver in the Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘of silver’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
457
25 April. Merton. For Henry of Bath. The king has pardoned Henry of Bath 500 m. of a fine of 2000 m. which he made with him for having his grace. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Henry to be quit of the aforesaid 500 m. By the same king, Peter de Savoy and John Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
458
Gloucestershire. The prior of St. Bartholomew, Gloucester gives the king one mark for an attaint 1 of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bath and Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
[in the Roll, S’]
1.
‘attaint’ interlined.
459
26 April. Merton. For John of Gloucester. The king has granted to John of Gloucester, his mason, that he is to render £10 per annum at the Exchequer, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year and 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus £10 from year to year at the same terms until £70 which he owes for the farm of the king’s manors of Minsterworth and Rodley has been paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
460
For Robert Walerand. The king has given to his beloved and faithful Robert Walerand for his laudable service the manor of Yatesbury that the king previously had demised to him at farm for £20 per annum at his Exchequer, namely from 17 May in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to remit the demand that they make from the aforesaid Robert for the aforesaid farm from him from 18 August in the same year on which day the king gave that manor to him, and to cause his charter to be made for him therefor.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
461
Concerning the fair of St. Ives which has been committed. The king has granted to William de Haselbech’ and Richard Red custody of this instant fair of St. Ives, so that they are to answer for the issues of the same at the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
462
Bedfordshire. The Master of the Hospital of Holy Trinity outside Northampton gives the king half a mark for a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Bedfordshire before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
463
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. The same Master gives the king another half a mark for a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Buckinghamshire before the same justices. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
464
Gloucestershire. Walter atte Stighel’ 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.
465
Cambridgeshire. Richard son of Robert de Hardeston’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
466
Worcestershire. Osbert son of Roger le Clerk gives the king half a mark for having a writ at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
467
Concerning gold which has been paid in the king’s Wardrobe. John de Hodebovill’ gives the king 20 bezants for having respite from his knighthood from Easter in the fortieth year in the three years following which he has paid in the Wardrobe to A. de Sancto Romano keeper etc. and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
468
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Ranulph son of Hugh gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
469
[No date]. Worcestershire. Ales’ de Hampton’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
470
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Ralph de Hulme gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
471
[No date]. Yorkshire. Richard de Riparia gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the same John. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
472
29 April. Windsor. Concerning a fine for a charter. Brian de Ringeshal’ has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and for having quittance of assizes and for having respite from making himself a knight for as long as he shall wish, at the instance of Peter de Savoy. He has paid half a mark of gold therefor in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. in the vigil of the Apostles Philip and James, and he will pay another half a mark of gold in the same Wardrobe at next Pentecost. 1 Afterwards the same Brian died and his executors have paid the remaining half a mark in the Wardrobe and are quit. 2
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
This sentence added in a later hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
473
For William de Gowiz. The king, at the instance of Edward his son, has granted to William de Gowiz that concerning the debts that he owes at the Exchequer for Robert de Gowiz his grandfather whose heir the same is, concerning which he was accustomed to render £10 to the king per annum at the aforesaid Exchequer, he is to render henceforth to the king at the same Exchequer 100s. at the same terms at which he was accustomed to render the aforesaid £10. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
474
For John de Vaux. The king, concerning 40 m. in which John de Vaux was bound to the king for the fine which William de Vaux sometime his brother, whose heir he is, made fine with the king for the marriage of Eleanor sometime his wife, has granted to the same John at the instance of P. de Savoy 1 that he is to pay 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year and 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the forty-first year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
1.
‘at the instance of P. de Savoy’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
475
30 April. Windsor. For the abbot of Hales. The king has given respite to the abbot of Hales until next Michaelmas from five marks at which he was amerced before the king’s justices who lately itinerated in Shropshire for the common summons and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
476
[No date]. Hampshire. Basilla who was the wife of John de Westber’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
477
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Geoffrey Neyrunt gives the king two marks for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
478
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. William Ruston has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. on the Apostles of Philip and James at Windsor five marks for gold to be bought therefrom by which he has made with the king 1 for having quittance of assizes and for acquitting letters therefor [from the fees] of the seal and is quit.
1.
‘by which he has made with the king’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
479
1 May. Windsor. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. John de Vuedale has paid five marks in the same Wardrobe to the same Artald on the aforesaid day for gold to bought therefrom by which he has made with the king 1 for respite of knighthood, and for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal and he is quit.
1.
‘by which he has made with the king’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
480
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. The king’s burgesses of Bordeaux have paid 10 m. in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. for acquitting a charter that the king granted to them [from the fees] of the seal, and they are quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
481
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Wiliam Sandulf, Gilbert son of Roger and Robert his brother give the king one mark for a writ of trespass [for a plea] before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Gloucesteshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
482
[No date]. Somerset. John de Garsinton’ and Alice his wife give the king one mark for an attaint to be taken before the justices next itinerating in Somerset. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
483
2 May. Windsor. For the countess of Devon. She has paid those 5 m. of gold to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit. To the barons of the Exchequer. Whereas the king’s beloved consort and queen and the king’s beloved brother and faithful Richard, earl of Cornwall deputed to the custody of the realm, the king being in Gascony, on his behalf sold to the king’s beloved in Christ Alice de Redvers countess of Devon custody of the manor of Chilton with appurtenances in the isle of Wight formerly of Richard de Langeford’, to have until the legal age of son and 1 heir of the aforesaid Richard together with the marriage of the same heir for 100 m. to be rendered to the king at his Exchequer, and the same countess could not have had the marriage of the aforesaid heir because Mary de Curtenay established a title to the marriage of the same heir against the king in his court by decision of the same court, the king in recompense of the said marriage by the counsel of his aforementioned brother has pardoned the same countess of the aforesaid 100 m. up to 50 m., so that for the same 50 m. she is to render two and a half marks of gold in leaf to the king in his Wardrobe at Michaelmas in the fortieth year, and another two and a half marks of gold in leaf at Easter next following, and order therefore to cause the same countess to be quit of 50 m. of the aforesaid 100 m., and to have the aforesaid terms for the remaining 50 m., and it to be done and enrolled thus. 2 And he has letters patent therefor.
1.
‘son and’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
484
Staffordshire. John de Whethales gives the king half a mark for an assize concerning a dyke raised to be taken before William of Wilton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
485
[No date]. Staffordshire. Robert son of John de Admundeston’ gives the king half a mark for an assize to be taken before William of Wilton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
486
4 May. Windsor. For Philip de Arcy. The king has granted to Philip de Arcy that he is to render 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year and 20 m. at the Exchequer of Hilary next following, and 20 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following for 60 m. which he owes for the debts of Norman de Arcy his father and which are exacted from the same Philip by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
487
Concerning respite from knighthood. Thomas son of Lambert of Moulton gives the king half a mark of gold which he paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano, keeper etc., for having respite from making himself a knight until next Christmas. Order to the sheriffs of Lincolnshire, Suffolk, Cumberland and Essex not to distrain the same to take arms (‘ad arma militar’ capienda’) in the meantime.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
488
5 May. Windsor. For Hugh de Nevyle. The king has granted to Hugh de Neville son and heir of John de Neville, at the instance of Henry de Mara, 1 that he is to render 50 m. per annum at the same Exchequer, namely 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and another 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter, and thus 50 m. from year to year at the same terms until all the debts which he owes at the Exchequer for the debts of the aforesaid John his father and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
1.
‘at the instance of Henry de Mara’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
489
Buckinghamshire. John de Finenden’ and Matilda his wife give the king half a mark for an assize to be at Eton at the first coming of the king to Windsor. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
490
Leicestershire. Adam son of Adam de Weleburg’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
491
Yorkshire. Robert de Barevill’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
492
Kent. Alured de Dene gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Kent before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
493
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Simon de Fleg’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of Easter for having respite from knighthood through three years. And he has land in Norfolk. He has paid and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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494
5 May. Windsor. For William of Grimston. The king has pardoned William of Grimston one mark which remain to be rendered of two marks at which he was amerced before the king (coram rege) when he was last at York because he did not prosecute. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same William to be quit of the aforesaid mark.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
495
Yorkshire. William son of William de Steynton’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ [to remove a plea] from the county court of Yorkshire before the justices in Westmorland. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
496
For Gerard de Rodes. The king, at the instance of John Mansel, provost of Beverley, has granted to Gerard de Rodes that he may render one moiety at the Exchequer on the morrow of next Trinity and the other moiety on the morrow of Michaelmas next following for £20 of a prest, 20s. for an aid towards the marrying of the king’s first-born daughter, and 40s. for the scutage of Deganwy which he owes and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
497
Hampshire. William a la Grave gives the king half a mark for a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Hampshire before the justices at Wilton. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
498
Sussex. Ralph de Ralegh gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Sussex before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
499
Yorkshire. The abbot of Thornton gives the king 40s. for an assize concerning a dyke levelled to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
500
Leicestershire. Robert de Ros son of William de Ros gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of record relating to the county of Leicestershire before the king (coram rege). And order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
501
[No date]. Essex. John son of Otto gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
502
7 May. Windsor. For John de Camera. The king has granted to John de Camera on account of his poverty that he is to render 40s. per annum, namely 20s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year and 20s. at the Exchequer of Easter, and thus 100s. from year to year at the same terms until 100s. by which he made fine with the king’s justices last itinerant in Worcestershire for a trespass and concerning five marks at which he was amerced before the same justices for several trespasses, 1 is paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
1.
‘for several trespasses’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
503
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. The prior of Thurgarton gives the king two marks for an attaint of darrein presentation to be taken before John of Lexington concerning the church of Houghton. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
504
[No date]. Yorkshire. David son of Clementis of Popelton’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
505
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Agnes de Luncecumb’ gives the king two marks for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
506
Lincolnshire. Peter de Lexinton’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
507
[No date]. Somerset. William de Shete gives the king five marks for having a writ of certification relating to the county of Somerset before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
508
[No date]. Kent. John de Mares gives the king one mark for having a writ to place a case before the justices at Westminster which was before the itinerant justices at Wilton. And he has land in Kent.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
509
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit. Geoffrey Tyllel has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from making himself a knight through three years which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe in the coming week by the pledge of Robert de Dacre.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
510
8 May. Windsor. Concerning escheats to be sold. The king has assigned the sheriff of Essex to make the king’s advantage by the counsel of Richard de Muntfichet from certain escheats of oaks that have been felled in the king’s wood of Kingswood for the works of the castle of Dover.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
511
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood and quittance of assizes. Hanalth de Hanaltheby has made fine with the king by ten marks of silver for having quittance of assizes and for having respite from making himself a knight through seven years. He has paid in the Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
512
7 May. Windsor. Concerning the county of Hampshire and the castle of Winchester which have been committed. The king has granted to James the Savage custody of his county of Hampshire together with the king’s castle of Winchester for as long as it pleases the king, rendering therefor per annum at the Exchequer as much as Henry de Farleg’ was accustomed to render therefor whilst he had the custody of the aforesaid county and castle. 1 And he has letters patent in respect thereof.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
513
Concerning the county of Hampshire and the castle of Winchester which have been committed. And for having the aforesaid custody he has made fine with 1 the king by one mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at next Pentecost. Afterwards he paid 10 m. in the Wardrobe for the aforesaid gold and is quit.
1.
Corrected from ‘gives’
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
514
[No date]. Surrey. John de Wodeham gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
515
8 May. Windsor. Concerning relief. The king has taken the homage of Thomas de Evercy and Richard de Stanling’ nephews and co-heirs of William de Alba Mara, of and Isabella de Sloghtr’ and Matilda de Stanleg’ sisters and co-heiresses of the same William for four parts of all the lands and tenements which the aforesaid William held of the king in chief. Order to John Walerand, king’s escheator this side of the Trent, that having accepted security from the aforementioned Thomas, Richard, Isabella and Matilda for rendering £20 at the Exchequer for their relief for the aforesaid four parts, to cause the same Thomas, Richard, Isabella and Matilda to have full seisin without delay of the four parts of all the lands and tenements which the aforesaid William held of the king in chief and of all the other lands and tenements of which the same William was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died and which were taken into the king’s hand by reason of his death, retaining in the king’s hand the fifth part of all the aforesaid lands and tenements falling by hereditary right to William son of William Hathewy co-heir of the aforesaid William being within age and in the king’s custody, saving to Mabilia who was the wife of the same William de Alba Mara her rightful dower falling from all the lands and tenements abovesaid.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
516
9 May. Windsor. Concerning assent to an election. The king has furnished his assent and favour concerning the election and confirmation made of Adam of Neatishead, monk of St. Benet of Hulme in the abbey of the same house. Order to William of Swinford and John of Swinford keepers of the aforesaid abbey to cause the same elect to have full seisin of the aforesaid abbey and all the lands and tenements pertaining to the same.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
517
[No date]. Devon. Robert de Eysse gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
518
10 May. Windsor. Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Because Henry the Chamberlain who held of the king in chief has died, order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take the rent in Yorkshire and the lands and tenements in his bailiwick of which the same Henry was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died into the king’s hand. And associating with himself the king’s escheator of the aforesaid county to cause rightful dower falling to Lucy who was the wife of the aforesaid Henry to be assigned without delay to the same from all the aforesaid rents, lands and tenements by view and testimony of law-worthy men.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
519
For Alice and Robert de Skalis. The king, by a fine which Robert de Scales has made with the king, has rendered to him the seisin that he has of the manor of Rivenhall with appurtenances formerly of Peter of Rochester, saving the right of the heirs of the same Peter and of others who will wish to claim right to this. Order to the king’s escheator in Essex to cause the same Robert to have full seisin of the aforesaid manor with appurtenances, just as aforesaid, saving to the king seisin of the land of the same manor of which the Master and Brothers of the Knights Templar in England claim themselves to be enfeoffed after the king confirmed to them the farm which they had from the same Peter of the aforesaid manor.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
520
For Alice and Robert de Skalis. The king, by a fine which Alice de Scales made with the king, has rendered to her the seisin which she had of the manor of Newsells 1 with appurtenances formerly of the aforesaid Peter saving the right of the heirs of the same Peter and others to whom the heirs shall have wished to sell the right in it. Order to the king’s escheator in Hertfordshire to cause the same Alice to have full seisin of the aforesaid manor with appurtenances, just as aforesaid.
1.
Thus far written over erased text.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
521
For Alice and Robert de Skalis. And the aforesaid Robert and Alice have made fine with the king for having seisin of the aforesaid manors by 17 marks of gold, concerning which they will pay six marks of gold in the king’s Wardrobe at Pentecost in the fortieth year and six marks of gold at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next following, and five marks of gold at Michaelmas next following. And by this fine the king discharged them from two marks of gold which they had lately promised to the king, as is clear above in this roll, for having a certain inquisition before Roger of Thirkleby concerning the aforesaid manors, if by that inquisition the same manors should be awarded to them. Afterwards they paid six marks of gold in the king’s Wardrobe for the term of Pentecost and six marks of gold for the term of St. John the Baptist and the remaining five marks of gold as appears below. 1
1.
See no.1142 below. This sentence added in later hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
522
[No date]. Norfolk. Jordan le Claver gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
523
10 May. Windsor. Concerning relief. The king has taken the homage of Robert son and heir of Geoffrey Tregoz for all the lands and tenements which the same Geoffrey held of the king in chief. Order to the sheriff of Essex, that having accepted security from the aforesaid Robert for rendering his relief to the king just as the said Geoffrey and his ancestors were accustomed to render to the king and his ancestors, to cause the same Robert to have full seisin of all the lands and tenements in his bailiwick of which the said Geoffrey his father was seised in his demesne as of fee and which fall by hereditary right to the same Robert.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
524
Concerning relief. The same order to the sheriffs of Nottinghamshire and Norfolk except taking security for his relief.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
525
[No date]. Yorkshire. Robert de Heselerton’ gives the king one mark for a pone [to remove a plea] concerning oxen taken before the justices next itinerating at Lancaster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
526
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Simon de Forneus has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from knighthood until a term of three years which he will pay in the king’s Wardrobe at next Pentecost by the pledge of William de Clare and Geoffrey de Farencurt. Afterwards he paid that mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
527
[No date]. Suffolk. John David, Roesia his wife, John son of Alice, and Robert son of Isabella give the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
528
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Thomas de Wauton’ gives the king half a mark of gold for having respite from making himself a knight from Pentecost in the fortieth year through three years, which he will pay in the king’s Wardrobe at the aforesaid feast by pledge of William de Bussey. And he has land in Norfolk. Afterwards he paid that half a mark of gold into the same Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
529
[No date]. Hampshire. William son of John gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the itinerant justices at Wilton. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
530
[No date]. Norfolk. James de Paunton’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
531
[No date]. Leicestershire. Roger de Bothele gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
532
[No date]. Essex. Albricus de Langham gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
533
[No date]. Yorkshire. Peter de Ros gives the king half a mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
534
[No date]. Hampshire. Simon de Bendinges gives the king five marks for having a writ of grace, namely that an assize which was arraigned before Gilbert of Preston between the same Simon and Robert de Pavylli and Joan his wife concerning two carucates of land in Newtown in the isle of Wight is to be taken before the king (coram rege). And he is to be distrained by the sheriff of Hampshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
535
[No date]. Essex. John Gravassal gives the king half a mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
536
[No date]. Wiltshire. Order to the itinerant justices at Wilton’ that they are not to proceed in taking an assize of mort d’ancestor which is arraigned before them between Henry de Condour’ and Agnes his wife and John Pipard but they are to cause that case with the record of the same to come before the king (coram rege). And for this writ the aforesaid Henry and Agnes give the king half a mark of gold. And they are to be distrained by the sheriff of Wiltshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
537
[No date]. Warwickshire. Adam de Napton and Isolda his wife give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
538
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Roger Kibus taken and detained in the prison of Northampton for a trespass of fishing gives the king half a mark to be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
539
[No date]. Herefordshire. Nicholas le Seculer gives the king one mark for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
540
11 May. Windsor. Concerning the counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire which have been committed. The king has committed to William de Stowe custody of the counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdongshire together with the king’s castle of Cambridge for as long as it pleases the king, so that he is to answer at the Exchequer for ten marks of increment for the aforesaid counties beyond that which John de Marines late sheriff of the same counties was accustomed to answer therefor. 1 And he has letters patent therefor.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
541
Concerning the counties of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire which have been committed. And for the aforesaid custody the same William has made fine with the king by one mark of gold which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
542
[No date]. Derbyshire. Henry of Brailsford gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
543
[No date]. London. Geoffrey de Bredele gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriffs of London to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
544
[No date]. Essex. Robert son of Roger gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
545
14 May. Reading. Devon. William de Capella gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
546
For Walter de Bruges. And order to the sheriff of Shropshire to permit the aforesaid W. to have that respite. The king, at the instance of Master Rostand, has granted to Master Walter de Bruges that, concerning 92½ m. at which he was amerced before Master Simon of Walton and his associates lately itinerant in Shropshire, namely of 100s. for a fine in order that he may be under pledge, 30 m. for several trespasses, 40 m. for having his lands and chattels, and of 15 m. of a fine for a trespass of his father, he is to render five marks at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year and five marks at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus 10 m. from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 92½ m. shall have been paid. And because the aforementioned Master made surety to the king concerning the keeping of the aforesaid terms by Henry abbot of Shrewsbury, order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms and it to be done and enrolled thus, and to cause 100s. which he paid of the aforesaid debts to the sheriff of Shropshire by distraint, to be allowed to him in the aforesaid debts.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
547
For the abbot of Shrewsbury. The king has granted to the abbot of Shrewsbury, concerning 49 m. in which he is bound to the king for several debts, that he is to render six marks to the king at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year and 6 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and so from year to year 12 m. at the same terms until the aforesaid 49 m. shall have been paid to the king, so that in the last term in the fourth year he is to pay 7 m. at the aforesaid Exchequer which then shall remain to be rendered of the aforesaid 49 m. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
548
[No date]. Devon. Reginald de Bodrigan gives the king one mark for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Devon etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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549
14 May. Reading. Norfolk. Willliam de Holdhawe gives the king two marks for an assize of disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
550
For Fulk fitz Warin. Fulk fitz Warin junior has made fine with the king by two marks of gold or 20 m. of silver to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at next Pentecost for having justices, namely the abbot of Pershore and the sheriff of Herefordshire, go and determine the dispute between the same Fulk and John fitz Alan in the marches of Wales. 1 Afterwards he paid 20 m. into the Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
551
For respite from knighthood. James de Crek has made fine with the king by 1½ m. for having respite from knighthood through three years, whereof he will pay half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe at next Pentecost and one mark of gold at Michaelmas next following. 1 Afterwards he paid half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe for the term of Pentecost and one mark of gold for the last term and he is quit. 2
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
This sentence added in later hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
552
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. The abbot of Shrewsbury has made fine with the king by a mark of gold for having a charter for a market and a fair and another charter of warren, 1 and for acquitting them [from the fees] of the seal and he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate Pentecost. Afterwards he paid and is quit.
1.
'and another charter of warren' interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
553
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Germanus Hay has made fine with the king for having respite from knighthood through three years for five marks of silver to be paid in the king’s Wardrobe at next Pentecost. 1 Yorkshire. Afterwards he paid that gold in the Wardrobe in the quindene of Michaelmas in the forty-second year and is quit.
1.
Remainder of entry written over erased text at end of entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
554
[No date]. Cumberland. Alan de Moleton’ and Alice his wife give the king 20s. for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
555
15 May. Reading. For Walter de Ratenden’. The king has granted to Walter de Ratynden’ that he is to render 5 m. at the Exchequer of next Michaelmas, and five marks at the Exchequer of Easter in the forty-first year, and five marks at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the same year, and five marks at the Exchequer of Easter in the forty-second year for 20 m. in which he is bound to the king for arrears of the debts of Wiliam de Ratenden’ his brother whose heir he is in which he was bound to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms and it to be done and enrolled thus. By Alan la Zuche.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
556
[No date]. Gloucestershire. John de Horton’ gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William of Englefield. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
557
Shropshire. Adam son of William and William Miller taken and detained in the king’s prison of Bridgenorth for a trespass of the king’s game, whereof they are appealed, give the king two marks that they may be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
558
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Joceus de Thorp’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
559
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. James de Crek’ has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having a charter of warren and for acquitting it from [the fees of] the seal and for having quittance of assizes, and he will render therefor half a mark of gold at the immediate Pentecost and the other half a mark at next Michaelmas. Afterwards he paid half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe for the term of Pentecost, 1 and the other half a mark of gold for the last term and he is quit.
1.
Remainder of sentence is a later addition.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
560
16 May. Reading. For the burgesses of Derby. The king’s burgesses of Derby have made fine with by 60 m. for having a charter and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, namely that the county court of Derbyshire which till now was accustomed to be held at Nottingham henceforth is to be held at Derby on Thursdays, and that the eyre of the king’s justices for all pleas and inquisitions in the county of Derby is henceforth to be summoned and held at Derby, just as till now it was summoned and held at Nottingham, saving to the king and his heirs amercements, fines and all other profits and issues proceeding from the aforesaid county court and eyre, just as is contained in the aforesaid charter. And the said burgesses will pay 20 m. of the aforesaid fine in the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist in the fortieth year 1 and 20 m. in the quindene of All Saints next following, and 20 m. in the quindene of Hilary in the forty-first year. 2 They have paid those 60 m. in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and are quit.
1.
This second term written over erased text.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
561
[No date]. Devon. The abbot of Buckfast gives the king 20s. for a writ of grace directed to the barons of the Exchequer. He is to be distrained by the sheriff of Devon.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
562
[No date]. Kent. Walter de St. John gives the king 20s. for a writ [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
563
[No date]. Yorkshire. John son of Reginald de Routheclive gives the king 20s. for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
564
[No date]. Berkshire. Michael de Heggendon’ and Emma his wife, Robert de Chesehull’ and Katerina his wife give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
565
18 May. Windsor. Northamptonshire. Thomas son of Roger de Barton’ gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
566
[No date]. Concerning a respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. Adam de Pounceys of Yorkshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from knighthood through three years which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at the next Nativity of St. John.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
567
18 May. Windsor. For the bishop of St. David’s (‘Meneven’’). The king considers pleasing and acceptable the nomination celebrated in the church of St. Davids of Master Richard of Carew as bishop of St. Davids, and of his consecration, order to William of Axmouth and Geoffrey de North’ keepers of the aforesaid bishopric to cause the same bishop to have full seisin of the aforesaid bishopric together with all the temporalities and possessions pertaining to the same bishopric.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
568
[No date]. Suffolk. Adam de Illeg’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
569
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter of York. They have paid to Artald etc. 100 m. and 50 m. and the other 50 m. for the last term and are quit. The citizens of York have made fine with the king by 200 m. for gold to be bought therefrom for having a charter, namely that none of them shall plead or be impleaded before the king (coram rege) or any of his justices outside the city concerning lands and tenements which they hold within the liberty of the same city, nor concerning any trespass made in the same city, and for other liberties contained in the aforesaid charter, and for having the liberty that they or their goods are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or the principal debtors, just as is more fully contained in his charter. And concerning the aforesaid 200 m. they will pay 50 m. in the king’s Wardrobe at Michaelmas in the fortieth year, and 50 m. at Hilary next following, 50 m. at Easter in the forty-first year, and 50 m. at Michaelmas next following. And for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal, they have paid 10 m. in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. for gold to be bought therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
570
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William Cotel and Amicia his wife give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
571
[No date]. Kent. Thomas de Sedenor’ and Albreda his wife give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
572
20 May. Windsor. For Walter Marshal. The king has granted to Walter Marshal of Woodstock that he is to render one mark at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year, and one mark at the Exchequer of Easter in the forty-first year, and one mark at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following for three marks at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant for the forest pleas at Oxford and which are exacted from the same by summons of Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
573
For the burgesses of Norwich. The king’s burgesses of Norwich have paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. at Windsor on Sunday next before the Ascension of the Lord 50 m. in part payment of £100 by which they had made fine with the king for having a charter for return of writs. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same burgesses to be quit of the aforesaid 50 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
574
[No date]. Worcestershire. Roger de la Berewe give the king one mark for a writ for his land to be extended by the sheriff of Worcestershire. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
575
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. William the Carter de Wutton’ taken and detained in the king’s prison of Aylesbury for a trespass of the forest gives the king half a mark for having a writ to be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
576
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William de Humpton’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
577
[No date]. Shropshire. John de Herkalue gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
578
23 May. Westminster. For Master Simon of Walton. The king has pardoned Master Simon of Walton £45 in which he is bound to the king for two scutages and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer; he has similarly pardoned the same 7 m. in which is he bound to the king for two tuns of wine sold to him by Robert de Dacre, king’s clerk, and which are similarly exacted from the same by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Simon to be quit thereof. By the same king, Philip Luvel and others of the king’s council.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
579
[No date]. Herefordshire. Editha who was the wife of William de Hampton, William de Acle, Albreda his wife, Acelina who was the wife of Godfrey de Ludegodefrey, William Hun of Hereford and Philip son of Gilbert de Tudeham give the king 20s. for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
580
26 May. Westminster. For the prior and convent of Abingdon. The prior and convent of Abingdon have made fine with the king by 500 m. for having letters patent, namely that as much as their prime abbey by the retirement or death of John de Blomesvyle their abbot or in another manner withsoever shall happen to be vacant they are to have on this occasion of the king’s special grace custody of their abbey for the whole period of the aforesaid vacancy, and they are to partake and have all the issues and income of the same abbey for their use from all things belonging to the same abbey, and they have letters patent in respect thereof. And concerning the aforesaid 500 m., they wil pay 250 m. in the king’s Wardrobe at next St. Peter in Chains for gold to be bought therefrom and 250 m. in the vigil of St. Edward next following, namely in the quindene of Michaelmas, for gold to be bought therefrom. 1 Afterwards they paid in the Wardrobe to A. de Sancto Romano etc. 250 m. for the term of St. Peter in Chains and they are quit in respect thereof. 2
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
This sentence a later addition.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
581
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Geoffrey de Burdeleys has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold that he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. for having the liberty not to be put on assizes etc., and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
582
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Bartholomew Baynard has made fine with the king by one mark of gold which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and for quittance of assizes, and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
583
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. The Master of the hospital of Holy Trinity, outside Northampton gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
584
Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. William de Dene and William de Weston’ assigned to making sale of certain of the king’s woods in the forest of Dene have paid £200 in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. on the morrow of the Ascension of the Lord in the fortieth year for the issues of the aforesaid sale. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same to be quit in respect thereof. By Aubrey de Fécamp.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
585
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Thomas de Welleden’ and Amya his wife give the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
586
[No date]. Sussex. Thomas de Punge gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
587
[No date]. Yorkshire. Roger Grinet gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the justices at Lancaster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
588
Cambridgeshire. Giles de Argentan gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
589
[No date]. Surrey. Margery daughter of John le Wringer’ gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry de Mara. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
590
[No date]. Suffolk. Philip de Seintlou gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
591
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Avicia who was the wife of Alain le Rus gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
592
29 May. Westminster. Surrey. Thomas de Axstede gives the king half a mark for a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
593
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. George de Birlingham has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. for having respite from knighthood, and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
594
[No date]. For Henry de Farleg’. Henry de Farleg’ has made fine with the king for half a mark of gold for having quittance of assizes, and for having the liberty that he may hunt hares, foxes and wild-cats etc., and he has letters patent in respect thereof. And he will pay that half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe this side of the octaves of Trinity by the pledge of Walter of Merton. Afterwards he paid it in the Wardrobe and he is quit. 1
1.
Last sentence a later addition.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
595
[No date]. Berkshire. Thomas de Dedesour’, Mabilia his wife and Thomas de Hemung’ give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
596
[No date]. Essex. Clemencia who was the wife of William Gilbert gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
597
[No date]. Vacated. Hugh le Bigod has made fine with the king by ten marks of gold for having a charter and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, namely concerning the entire bailiwick of Haya and the forest of Scalby and all the lands, rents and tenements [formerly of] Osbert son of Ralph. 1
1.
Entry cancelled.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
598
[No date]. For Hugh le Bigod. The king has given, and by his charter confirmed, to Hugh le Bigod the whole bailiwick of Haya and the forest of Scalby which Osbert son of Ralph de Bolebek held of the king and all the lands, rents and tenements which the same Osbert held of the king in Levisham, Lockton, Pickering and Newton [on Rowcliffe] with all things pertaining to them with the advowson of the church of Levesham and demesnes, homage, wards, reliefs etc. just as is more fully contained in the aforesaid king’s charter which the aforesaid Hugh had in respect thereof, rendering henceforth each year at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for the aforesaid bailiwick 4 m. 10s. for all service, for which the said Osbert was previously accustomed to render only 4 m., and doing henceforth to the king and his heirs for all the aforesaid lands and tenements service of a fourth part of one knight’s fee for all services, tallages, and customs pertaining to the said lands and tenements, just as is more fully contained in the aforesaid charter.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
599
[No date]. For Hugh le Bigod. Afterwards he paid one mark of gold after Holy Trinity for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal, and afterwards [he paid] the remaining 5 m. and he is quit. Afterwards for having the aforesaid charter 1 the same Hugh has made fine by ten marks of gold, concerning which he has paid into the king’s Wardrobe five marks of gold and he will pay the other five marks into the same Wardrobe at Michaelmas in the fortieth year, and he will pay one mark of gold into the aforesaid Wardrobe after the coming Trinity for [the fees of] seal. 2
1.
‘and for acquitting [from the fees] of the seal’ deleted.
2.
This last phrase appears to be a later addition.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
600
[No date]. For the men of Grimsby. They have paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. 34 m. for the first term, and 33 m. for the second term, and 33 m. for the third term and are quit. The king has granted and by his charter confirmed to the mayor and his trustworthy men of Grimsby the vill of Grimsby with purprestures now made there and all other things pertaining to the farm of the same vill, saving to the king and his heirs the advowsons of the churches of Grimsby and Scartho and purprestures henceforth to be made there and other rents if any were outside the aforesaid farm, to have etc. at fee farm rendering therefor each year at the Exchequer within the quindene of Michaelmas by their own hand £50 sterling numero only, where they were previously accustomed to answer to the king for £111 for the farm of the aforesaid vill, and for £23 12s. for the purprestures now made, so that, all allowances having been made to them which were previously accustomed to be made, they shall render to the king each year by their hand at the aforesaid Exchequer the aforesaid £50 de claro at the abovesaid term, just as is more fully contained in the king’s charter which they have in respect thereof. And for having that charter and for acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal and for having the liberty that the same or their goods are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or the principal debtors, the aforesaid mayor and men of Grimsby have made fine with the king by 100 m. for gold to be bought therefrom concerning which they will render 34 m. in the king’s Wardrobe at Michaelmas in the fortieth year, and 33 m. at Easter next following, and 33 m. at Michaelmas in the forty-first year. They have paid and are quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
601
29 May. Westminster. Essex. Symon de Fleg’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
602
[No date]. Kent. Reginald of Cornhill, Henry, John and Reginald, brothers of the same Reginald, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
603
[No date]. Yorkshire. Roger de Ask’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [to remove a plea] from the county court of Yorkshire before the justices at Lancaster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
604
[No date]. Essex. William de Bumstede gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
605
[No date]. Northumberland. Agnes who was the wife of Peter de Vaux gives the king one mark for having a writ [to remove a plea] before the justices at Lancaster. Order to the sheriff of Northumberland.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
606
1 June. Merton. Concerning a fine for a charter. Matthew de Thornton’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold and for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and he will pay that half a mark of gold in the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next to come by pledge of John de Thornton’. 1 Afterwards he paid and is quit, by the hand of John de Wangeford’.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
607
[No date]. Wiltshire. Henry de Muleburn’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
608
[No date]. Suffolk. Roger le Paf gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
609
[No date]. Sussex. William de St. Ledger gives the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
610
[No date]. For the men of Basingstoke. Afterwards they paid £16 and 20 m. into the king’s Wardrobe, and they owe 6 m. besides, which they afterwards paid and are quit. The king has committed to his trustworthy men of Basingstoke the manor of Basingstoke with the inhundred and and all other things belonging to the farm of the same manor, to have and to hold at fee farm, rendering therefor each year £80 sterling numero, namely £40 in the quindene of Michaelmas and £40 in the quindene of Easter, saving to the king the farm of the lands of Walter of Merton for which he was previously accustomed to answer to the king by his own hand at the aforesaid Exchequer. The king has also by his charter granted to the aforesaid men return of the king’s writs and that the same and their heirs may forever have this liberty, namely that the same or their heirs are not to be distrained for any debt for which they are not sureties or the principal debtors, and for the aforesaid charter and the liberties contained in it, they have made fine with the king by 50 m. for gold to be bought therefrom concerning which they will pay £11 in the king’s Wardrobe at St. Peter in Chains in the fortieth year, and £11 at St. Edward which will be in the quindene of Michaelmas next following, and £11 6s. 8d. at Hilary in the forty-first year, and by that fine they are quit [from the fees] of the seal.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
611
[No date]. For burgesses of Scarborough. The king has granted and by his charter confirmed to his burgesses of Scarborough, for the increase of the same borough, the king’s manor of Falsgrave with all lands and other things pertaining to the same manor without any reservation and with 60 acres of land in the fields of Scarborough which the king a short time ago recovered against certain of the king’s burgesses of Scarborough, to have and to hold by the same burgesses and their heirs at fee farm just as is more fully contained in the king’s charter which they have in respect thereof, rendering therefor per annum at the Exchequer of Michaelmas £25 sterling for all service. And for having that charter and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal and for certain liberties contained in it, the same burgesses have made fine with the king by 60 m. for gold to be bought therefrom concerning which they have paid 10 m. in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper of the same Wardrobe by hand, by the hand of Roger Uttred, burgess of Scarborough, and they will pay the remaining 50 m. in the aforesaid Wardrobe at next Michaelmas. Afterwards they paid the aforesaid 50 m. in the king’s Wardrobe. And afterwards one mark of gold for contempt and they are quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
612
Concerning the vills of Winchelsea and Rye which have been committed. The king has committed to Walter of Winchelsea, clerk, the vills of Winchelsea and Rye with the mills and all things pertaining to them at farm through six years, namely from Easter in the fortieth year until six years following, rendering therefor 220 m. per annum at the Exchequer, namely one moiety at Michaelmas and the other moiety at Easter. And he has letters patent in respect thereof. By Philip Luvel and Henry of Bath.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
613
Northamptonshire. Simon of Pattishall gives the king one mark for having a writ of pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Northamptonshire before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
614
6 June. Westminster. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. William de Somerkot’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. for having respite from knighthood and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
615
[No date]. Sussex. John son of William gives the king one mark for having a writ [to remove a plea] before the justices at Sherborne. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
616
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Ralph son of Ralph de Coleston’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
617
From here it is sent to the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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618
7 June. Westminster. For John Russel. The king, concerning the remainder of a debt of 37 m. in which William Russell was bound to the king for several debts to whom the king, at the instance of A. king of Scotland, has given the terms contained in the rolls of the Exchequer, at the instance of the same king of Scotland, has given the same terms to the same John Russell son and heir of the same William, namely that he is to render two marks at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and two marks at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus four marks from year to year four marks at the same terms until the entire residue of the aforesaid debts are paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
619
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Henry Stordy gives the king one mark for having a writ of appeal before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
620
[No date]. Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. Robert de Coygners has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold which he has paid into the king’s Wardrobe by the hand of Brother Richard de Novo Burgo for having quittance of assizes and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
621
[No date]. Kent. Robert de Aguyllun gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass [for a plea] at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
622
[No date]. Shropshire. Simon de Halgton’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussel. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
623
7 June. Westminster. Shropshire. John de Solers, Adam Welle, Matthew Bathelard’, William son of Ralph, Huwel son of Philip, Ithel Bunde, Iowan dela Fowenemund’, Iowan and Adam his brothers and Eymon son of William give the king 40s. for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
624
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Simon son of Adam gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
625
[No date]. Essex. Gilbert Maudut gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
626
[No date]. Leicestershire. Peter le Bastard gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
627
7 June. Westminster. Essex. Concerning relief. And she has taken an oath to king that she will not marry without the king’s licence. The king has taken the homage of Margaret daughter and one of the heiresses of Gilbert de Lesteneston’ who held of the king in chief of the barony of Rayleigh, and has rendered to her a third part of all the lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid Gilbert. Order to John Walerand, king’s escheator this side of the Trent, having accepted security from the aforesaid Margaret for two and a half marks for the king’s use for her relief, to cause the aforesaid Margaret to have full seisin of the aforesaid third falling to the same, saving to Matilda who was the wife of the aforesaid Gilbert her rightful dower from the aforesaid lands.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
628
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Roger de la Grene gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
629
[No date]. Suffolk. Richard le Bucher gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
630
8 June. Westminster. For the elect of Evesham. Since the lord pope has confirmed the election lately made to the church of Evesham of brother Henry of Worcester sometime prior of Evesham in the abbey of the same house, as the pope has informed the king by his letters, the king considers that confirmation pleasing and acceptable, order to brother Robert de Manneby keeper of the same abbey to cause the same elect to have full seisin of the aforesaid abbey and all possessions and temporalities pertaining to the same and being in the king’s hand without delay.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
631
[No date]. Norfolk. John de Westfeld’ gives the king one mark for two assizes to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
632
[No date]. Oxfordshire. William son of Nicholas gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Woodstock. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
633
[No date]. For the abbot of Wardon. And order to the barons to cause it to be enrolled thus. The abbot of Wardon’, who claims to have quittance of his amercements for himself and his men by a charter King Richard great-uncle of King H., gives the king 30 marks by means of which the aforesaid charter is to be thus judged, namely whether the aforesaid abbot by that charter ought to have quittance of the aforesaid amercements or not ––––– 1 and if by that charter it shall be decided that the same abbot [has] the aforesaid quittance, then the aforesaid 30 m. shall remain to the king as a gift, and if the aforesaid abbot should not be quit of the aforesaid amercements by that charter then by those 30 m. he shall be quit of 50 m. at which he was amerced before the king against William de Beauchamp of Bedford for a false claim. Afterwards he paid the aforesaid 30 m. in the king’s Wardrobe for gold etc. 2 and is quit.
1.
Line placed through erased text.
2.
‘for gold etc.’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
634
8 June. Westminster. For the abbot of Wardon. And order to the barons to cause it to be enrolled thus. And order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to permit the aforesaid abbot to have a patent concerning the aforesaid 50 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
635
[No date]. Kent. Gerard de Boycot’ gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Robert de Shottenden. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
636
[No date]. Leicestershire. Alan son of Geoffrey gives the king half a mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
637
9 June. Westminster. Concerning respite from knighthood. Thomas de Colevyle de Makes’ of Northamptonshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist for having respite from knighthood through three years. 1 He has paid that gold to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
638
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. Jordan de Sakevyle has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood. He has land in Oxfordshire and will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
639
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. Thomas of Hengrave of Suffolk has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for the same and he will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist by pledge of Imbert Pugeys.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
640
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid into the Wardrobe and is quit. Thomas de Haunvyle of Norfolk who holds of the king by the service of keeping the king’s gerfalcons and not by military service has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from making himself a knight until he wishes to take the arms of knighthood of his free will. And he will pay that gold in the king’s Wardrobe at St. John the Baptist by pledge of R. of Earlham.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
641
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Richard de Harington’ has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having quittance of assizes which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper of the same Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
642
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Robert of Aston of Oxfordshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from knighthood through three years which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next about-to-be by pledge of Henry de Sulye of Somerset. Afterwards he paid into the Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
643
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Afterwards he paid and is quit. Matthew de Forneus of Somerset has made fine with the king one mark of gold for having a similar respite which he will pay into the same Wardrobe at the aforesaid term by pledge of William de Clare.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
644
10 June. Westminster. Shropshire. Vivian son of Adam of Adderley gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
645
[No date]. Berkshire. Adam de Chyneleg’ gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
646
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Thomas of Williamscote has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood through three years, and he will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe in the quindene of the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next about-to-be by pledge of Hugh de Druvall. And both have land in Oxfordshire. Afterwards he has paid that half a mark in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper of the same Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
647
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Simon de Ordeston’ of Berkshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from knighthood through four years and he will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe at next Michaelmas by pledge of Master Paulinus of Bampton. He has paid that gold to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
648
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Ralph Jol gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
649
[No date]. Cumberland. The prior of Carlisle gives the king one mark for having a writ [to remove a plea] before the justices at York. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
650
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. John de Sauston’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
651
[No date]. Concerning gold paid in the Wardrobe. Henry de la Val has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having quittance of assizes which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc., and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
652
11 June. Concerning gold paid in the Wardrobe. Hugh de Vere, earl of Oxford, has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having a charter and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, namely that he be able to assart his wood of Doddinghurst which is within the king’s forest of Essex and to bring it back into cultivation and to hold the enclosure just as is more fully contained in the aforesaid charter, and he has paid the aforesaid mark of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. And he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
653
12 June. Westminster. Concerning the vill of Winchester and the manor of Alton which have been committed. The king has committed to James le Sauvage, sheriff of Hampshire, custody of the king’s vill of Winchester and the king’s manor of Alton with appurtenances for as long as it pleases the king so that he is to answer concerning the issues of the same at the Exchequer. Order to the same sheriff to receive the custody of the aforesaid vill and manor from Henry de Farleg’, just as aforesaid.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
654
Order to the same Henry to deliver custody of the same vill and the aforesaid manor to the same sheriff, just as aforesaid.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
655
12 June. Westminster. For the executors of Bertram de Criel. Because Bertram de Criel was bound to the king in several debts on the day he died which his heirs and the executors of his testament of their free will wholly remitted to the king, the king has pardoned the same deceased and his heirs and executors £74 19s. 6d. which Stephen de Bakland’ clerk of the aforesaid Bertram received in the name of the same Bertram from William Alard and certain other men of the archbishop of Canterbury, whose names are contained in a certain roll which the king sent to the barons of the Exchequer, whilst the said archbishopric was vacant and being in the king’s hand and the said Bertram, keeper of the same, had by the king’s order concerning certain amercements at which the said men were amerced before the itinerant justices in Kent of which particulars are contained in the aforesaid roll. Order to the aforesaid barons to cause the same Bertram and his heirs and executors and the said Stephen and the aforesaid men to be wholly quit of the aforesaid £74 19s. 6d.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
656
[No date]. Dorset. William de Wulle gives the king 20s. for an attaint to be taken before justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Dorset etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
657
[No date]. For the bishop of Bath. Because the amercements in which the bishop of Bath lately fell in the king’s court before the king (coram rege) for having taken and unjustly detained the livestock of the abbot of Glastonbury, concerning which the king sent an estreat for £100 to the barons of the Exchequer, have afterwards been taxed at 50 m. by the peers of the aforesaid bishop before the king (coram rege), which the king ordered to be levied by the sheriff of Somerset and paid into the Wardrobe, order to the aforesaid barons to cause the same bishop to be quit of the aforesaid £100, so then that the aforesaid 50 m. is to be paid in the king’s Wardrobe, as aforesaid, for gold to be bought therefrom 1 .
1.
‘for gold to be bought therefrom’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
658
12 June. Westminster. For Gilbert de Cheyle. The king by his council has granted to Gilbert de Cheyle sometime king’s sheriff of Lincolnshire that, concerning all the debts which he owes to the king for the time when he was king’s sheriff of the aforesaid county, he is to render 80 m. at the Exchequer within the octaves of next Michaelmas, so that in those octaves he shall make payment of the last pennies of the same 80 m., and he is to render £10 at the next Exchequer at Easter and £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following and thus £20 from year to year at the same terms until all the aforesaid debts are paid. And order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms and to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
659
18 June. Merton. For the burgesses of [King's] Lynn. The burgesses of [King's] Lynn have paid 80 m. into the king’s Wardrobe on Sunday in the octaves of Trinity at Merton’ in the fortieth year which remained to be rendered to the king of a fine of two marks of gold and 80 m. of silver which they made with the king for having a charter, namely they are not to be arrested for any debt of which they were not sureties or principal debts. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same burgesses to be quit of the aforesaid 80 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
660
Concerning fish to be sold. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to cause the king’s fish in the king’s mere of Ellesmere to be sold by view and testimony of law-worthy men so that he is to answer for the moneys proceeding therefrom at the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
661
For the burgesses of Dunwich. The king’s burgesses of Dunwich have paid 40 m. in the king’s Wardrobe on Sunday in the octaves of Trinity at Merton in the fortieth year in part payment of 120 m. by which he had made fine with the king for having a charter of liberties. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same burgesses to be quit of the aforesaid 80 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
662
12 June. Westminster. Concerning the castle of Colchester and hundred which have been committed. The king has committed to Guy de Rochefort custody of the castle of Colchester with the hundred and demesnes pertaining to the same castle which are extended at £28 per annum together with the farm of the king’s vill of Colchester for which the burgesses of the same vill, after due allowances at the Exchequer, were accustomed to render £32 12s. 6½d. together with 32s. 7½d. for the blanch, to have and to hold by the same Guy for his maintenance as long as he lives as far as he was enjoined just as is more fully contained in the king’s letters patent which he has in respect thereof. 1
1.
See CPR, 1247-58, p.482.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
663
18 June. Merton. For the trustworthy men of Orford concerning a fine. They paid 3 marks of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and they are quit from that fine. The king has granted and by his charter confirmed to his trustworthy men of Orford the vill of Orford with the king’s mill and the marsh of the same vill, saving to the king and his heirs the castle of the same vill, to have and to hold by the same men and their heirs at fee farm forever with all things pertaining to the farm of the same vill, rendering therefor each year at the Exchequer £30 sterling numero, namely £15 in the quindene of Michaelmas and £15 in the quindene of Easter, just as is more fully contained in the king’s aforesaid charter which they have in respect thereof. And for having that charter and certain liberties contained in it and for acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal the aforesaid men of Orreford have made fine with the king by three marks of gold to be paid in the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be in the quindene of next Michaelmas, without further delay under penalty of one mark of gold. 1 Afterwards they paid those three marks of gold and because they did not keep their term for payment one mark of gold was exacted from them in the name of a penalty which the king afterwards pardoned to them on account of their poverty.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
664
[No date]. For Hagin of Lincoln, Jew. The king has given, and by his charter confirmed, to Hagin of Lincoln, Jew, one messuage with appurtenances in the parish of St. Martin's the Little [Ludgate] in the city of London formerly of Abraham son of Muriel, Jew, to have and hold to the same Hagin and his heirs forever, rendering 6d. therefor per annum at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for all service, just as is more fully contained in the king’s charter which he has in respect thereof. 1
1.
The marginalia ‘Concerning a fine of a Jew’ has been expunged.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
665
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Robert Tregoz has made fine with the king by a mark of gold for having respite of knighthood through three years and he will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe. 1 He has paid and is quit. By the abbot of Westminster.
1.
Authorization clause occurs here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
666
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. William de Manerio of Norfolk has made fine with the king by half 1 a mark of gold for having respite from knighthood through two years, and he will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward.
1.
‘half’ is a correction.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
667
[No date]. Middlesex. Walter Trentemars gives the king half a mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
668
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. Richard de Playz gives the king two marks of gold for having respite of his knighthood which he will pay to the king at St. Edward in the fortieth year. He has land in Kent and Sussex. He has paid.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
669
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. The prior of Ely gives the king 40s. for having a writ of grace. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
670
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William le Fraunkeleyn and Matilda his wife, Robert Faukes and Juliana his wife give the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
671
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Richard de Redvers of Yorkshire gives the king half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood which he will pay to the king at Michaelmas in the fortieth year by pledge of Richard de Shyreburn’. He has paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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672
19 June. Guildford. For the executors of Thomas de Stanf’. The executors of the testament of Thomas de Staunford’ had made fine with the king by £100 for all manner of accounts and reckonings and etc. also all debts if the same Thomas was bound to the king in any for all the issues and receipts of his bailiwick from the time when he was escheator or another bailiff of the king, which they have paid to the king in his Wardrobe and are quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
673
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. Hugh of Okeover gives the king one mark of gold for having a charter of warren which he will pay at St. Edward in the fortieth year. He has land in Staffordshire. He has paid that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
674
20 June. Gudeford’. Because otherwise below. The king has granted to Robert of Stafford that he is to render £8 each year at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter until all the debts that he owes for himself and his ancestors which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. See 676 below. It is marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
675
Concerning respite from knighthood. He has paid Artald etc. and is quit. William de Pokebrok’ of Northamptonshire gives the king half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood, which he will pay to the king at St. Edward in the fortieth year.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
676
For Robert of Stafford. The king has granted to Robert of Stafford that, concerning the debts in which he is held by the king and which were attermined in Gascony at £10 to be paid to the king per annum, he is to render £8 to the king per annum at the same terms at which he was accustomed to render the said £10 to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
677
[No date]. For the abbot of Beaulieu. The abbot of Beaulieu has made fine with the king by three marks of gold or by 30 m. for having a writ that his charter is to be kept, which he will pay to the king in the quindene of Michaelmas in the fortieth year. This fine was enrolled at Guildford by the order of the chancellor. Afterwards he paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
678
Concerning a fine for burgesses of Montreuil. The burgesses and merchants of Montreuil have made fine with the king for having a charter of liberties by 50 m. which they have paid in the Wardrobe by the hand 1 of William of Gloucester, goldsmith, for gold to be bought, just as Philip Luvel has testified. And that charter for the queen’s gold is handed over to Richard, clerk of the same Philip.
1.
'in the Wardrobe by the hand' interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
679
[No date]. Surrey. Hubert de Wautton’ gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Robert de Shottenden. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
680
[No date]. Wiltshire. John Cole of Donnington gives the king half a mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
681
[No date]. Hampshire. William de Burgate gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
682
Concerning gold which has been paid in the Wardrobe. William de Parles gives the king half a mark of gold for having a charter of warren and for quittance of assizes which he has paid into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit. At the request of Wakelin of Ardern.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
683
[No date]. London. Odo de Nantes gives the king half a mark of gold for having a writ that Henry of Bath and Peter le Blund are appointed justices to hear the trespasses and injuries inflicted upon certain messuages and rents in the city of London. Order to the mayor and sheriffs of London to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
684
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Simon son of Jordan of Brampton gives the king two marks for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
685
12 June. Westminster. For Thomas de Pontorp’. To Henry de la Val, king’s escheator in Northumberland. Thomas de Ponthorp has shown the king that whereas Isabella sometime wife of Thomas de Stretton’ enfeoffed the same of certain lands in Nafferton, Matfen and Lorbottle in the aforesaid county, he, after the death of the same Isabella, took them into the king’s hand because that land at some time was held of the king by sergeanty. And because the king agrees by inspection of the rolls of his Exchequer that before the enfeoffment made to the same Thomas the aforesaid service was changed by his free will to military service of one knight and £10 to be paid each year at the Exchequer, and also because the same Thomas at another time made fine with the king for having his confirmation of the aforesaid lands, and he hitherto lately granted and confirmed the aforesaid enfeoffment, order to restore to the same Thomas without delay all the aforesaid lands with which the aforesaid Isabella enfeoffed the same Thomas and which he took into the king’s hand, as aforesaid.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
686
For Thomas de Pontorp’. The same Thomas gives the king half a mark of gold for having the king’s confirmation concerning the aforesaid lands to be paid in one month of St. John the Baptist. He has paid it in the Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
687
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Godfrey le Fauton’ has made fine with the king by 5 m. for having repsite of his knighthood which he has paid into the king’s Wardrobe for gold to be bought and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
688
[No date]. Hampshire. William le Ireys and Alice his wife give the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Hampshire before the justices at Ivelcestr’. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
689
[No date]. Hampshire. Ernald le Wyse and Agnes his wife give the king half a mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
690
[No date]. Sussex. William de Bosco gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc. 1
1.
‘Master’ deleted from the start of the entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
691
[No date]. Hampshire. Juliana who was the wife of Alan son of Hamo and Robert son of Alan give the king two marks for two assizes of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
692
27 June. Winchester. For John son of Matthew. Because John son of Matthew, for £200 in which he was bound to the king for a fine for his relief, and for a trespass of the king’s forest, firmly asserts before the king (coram rege) that Peter son of Matthew his brother whose heir he is supported three knights at his own cost in the king’s Gascon war when S. de Montfort earl of Leicester, was king’s seneschal of the same land, order to the barons of the Exchequer to place the demand which he makes from the same John by reason of the aforesaid £200 in respite until 15 days from next Michaelmas, so that then, it having been inquired more fully into the truth of this matter through the aforesaid earl, he is to cause to be done to the same John what by right ought to be done.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
693
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Robert de Watevill’ has made fine with the king by two marks of gold for having respite from his knighthood from the Apostles Peter and Paul in the fortieth year until in three full years next following, whereof he is to render one moiety of the gold in the quindene of the Apostles Peter and Paul and the other moiety in the quindene of Michaelmas. He has land in the counties of Worcestershire, Surrey and Hampshire. He has paid and is quit. 1
1.
Last sentence a later addition.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
694
For John Reynger. The king has granted to John Renger that he is to pay £10 per annum, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the fortieth year and 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus £10 from year to year at the same terms until the debts which he owes and which were previously attermined at the Exchequer are paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
695
Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. The abbot of Troorn has made fine with the king by £20 for having a charter of liberties which he has paid into the king’s Wardrobe for gold to be bought therefrom and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
696
Wiltshire. Elyas de Immere, taken and detained in the prison of Devizes for a trespass of the king’s forest of Chippeham, gives the king one mark that he be put on bail until the coming of the justices for the forest pleas in those parts. He has land in Wiltshire. By pledge of John of Swinford, king’s butler.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
697
Hampshire. Richard le Norreys gives the king one mark for having a writ [to remove a plea] from the county court of Hampshire before the justices at Ivelcestr’. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
698
[No date]. Sussex. Nicholas son of Roger Wacelin and Nicholas de Lurdun of Sussex give the king half a mark of gold or five marks of silver for having a writ of grace before the justices at Westminster, by pledge of Thomas Aliz 1 of Hampshire and Walter de Ralegh of Devon, to be paid in the quindene of Michaelmas.
1.
MS has 'de Aliz' and the 'de' deleted.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
699
29 June. Winchester. For Beatrice de Rede. The king has granted to Beatrice de Rede that she is to render half a mark per annum at the Exchequer, namely 40d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year and 40d. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus half a mark from year to year at the same terms until the 100s. by which the same Beatrice made fine with the king for having an inquisition and the half a mark at which she was amerced before R. of Thirkleby at Catteshall are fully paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to have the aforesaid terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
700
[No date]. Hampshire. Matilda de Estur’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
701
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Robert de Merston’ clerk gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
702
For John de Bottele. John de Bottele of Hampshire has made fine with the king by 5 m. not to be put on assizes etc. which he will pay at St. Peter in Chains for gold to be bought therefrom. 1 Afterwards he paid those five marks in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
703
[No date]. Wiltshire. William Waspayl gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Marlborough. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
704
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Nicholas son of Hugh Gay, taken and detained in the king’s prison of Brill for a trespass of the forest, gives the king one mark to be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
705
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Adam the Herdman, taken and detained in king’s prison of St. Briavels for a trespass of the forest, gives the king half a mark to be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
706
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Gilbert Pachet, taken and detained in the same prison for the same trespass, gives the king half a mark to be placed on bail etc. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
707
[No date]. Because he did not have it. Northamptonshire. William de Linleye, Joan his wife, William de St. John, Sarra his wife, Adam de Bosco, Sibilla his wife, Richard de Hex, Agnes his wife, Alicia de Burcote, William son of William de Cauz, Richard de Donecote and John son of Henry Pyrun give the king 20s. 1 for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc. 2
1.
‘20s.’ written over an earlier expunction.
2.
Entry cancelled because they did not have it. It is marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
708
[No date]. Wiltshire. He has paid that gold and is quit. Reginald de Pavyli son and heir of Walter de Pavyly gives the king one mark of gold for a writ of enquiry to be taken by the sheriff and escheator of Wiltshire. And he is to be distrained by the sheriff of Wiltshire because that inquisition ought to have been taken before John Walerand, king’s escheator, and he will pay that gold in the king’s Wardrobe as soon as he shall have had seisin of his lands. 1
1.
‘He did not have it’ has been expugned from the marginalia.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
709
[No date]. Devon. Nicholas the Chamberlain gives the king 2 m. for having certification of a certain assize of novel disseisin taken before H. of Bratton before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Devon etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
710
[No date]. Essex. Hamo Chevre gives the king one mark for an assize to be taken before Nicholas de Turri concerning a certain stank levelled in Bridebrok’. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
711
[No date]. Concerning moneys which have been paid in the Wardrobe. Andrew Peverel has made fine with the king by ten marks which he has paid into the king’s Wardrobe for gold to be bought therefrom for having quittance of assizes and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
712
[No date]. Because he did not have it. Sussex. Peter de Plexstowe, Juliana his wife, Thomas de Bosco, Alicia de la Rugge and Emma de Exeford’ give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Sussex. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
713
[No date]. For a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. John le Poure of Oxfordshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from knighthood through three years and he will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward. By the pledge of the abbot of Westminster and the prior of Hurley.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
714
[No date]. Essex. Simon of Pattishall gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
715
Because in the Liberate roll. To the king’s treasurer and chancellor. They are to pay from the king’s treasure to Henry, archdeacon of Bremen, 40 m., namely for the terms of Easter in the thirty-seventh, thirty-eighth, thirty-ninth and fortieth years for ten annual marks which he took at the Exchequer. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because in the Liberate roll. See CLR 1251–60, p. 308.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
716
Somerset. William de Carevyle gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
717
[No date]. Kent. Helewisa de Meham gives the king 40s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
718
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Roger le Keu, Agnes his wife, Nicholas Gaylard, Dyonisia his wife and Alice sister of the same Agnes give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Gloucester. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
719
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Ralph de Neyvle gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] at the Bench concerning livestock taken. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
720
[No date]. Dorset. Roger Red, chaplain, gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Dorset etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
721
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter of Portsmouth. They paid into the Wardrobe 10 m. for the first term and 10 m. for last term. The king’s trustworthy men of Portsmouth have made fine with the king by 20 m. for gold to be bought therefrom for having a charter of liberties and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, namely that are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or principal debtors and for other liberties contained in the same charter. They will pay ten marks into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be in the quindene of Michaelmas next to come, and ten marks at St. Edward which will be at the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the fortieth year.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
722
[No date]. Suffolk. John de Goniton’ gives the king one mark for an attaint to be taken before justices in Suffolk at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
723
[No date]. Essex. John Fylloyll’ gives the king 20s. for an attaint to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
724
8 July. Clarendon. For William of Wilton. The king has given respite to William of Wilton from all the debts which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for Richard of Chilham until the quindene of next Michaelmas. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
725
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Elyas son of Ranulph de Minsterworth gives the king half a mark for having a writ of record before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
726
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Walter de Middelton’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
727
[No date]. Essex. John Quintyn gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
728
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. Elyas de la Faleyse of Hampshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from knighthood, which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at next St. Edward.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
729
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid that gold to Artald etc and is quit. Robert de Wauncy of Northamptonshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from knighthood, concerning which he will pay half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward and the other half a mark of gold at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
730
10 July. Clarendon. For John of Gaddesden. Because John of Gaddesden, at the instance of the king, is to set out as the king’s messenger to the parts of Spain, the king has pardoned the same John 50 m. in which Bartholomew de Ellested’ was bound to Pinch, Jew of Winchester. Bartholomew was hung and the sum which is exacted from John 1 by reason of the share of the land which the said Bartholomew sold to him and for which the same John is held to acquit the said Bartholomew of this debt. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause the same John to be quit of the aforesaid 50 m.
1.
MS has 'of John' interlined here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
731
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. They have paid and are quit. Nicholas de Wyly of Wiltshire gives the king half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security for the aforesaid gold to be rendered to the king in the quindene of Michaelmas. He has paid it into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
732
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. They have paid and are quit. Geoffrey Hose of the same county gives the king half a mark of gold for a similar respite. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security for the aforesaid gold to be rendered to the king in the quindene of Michaelmas. He has paid it into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
733
10 July. Clarendon. For Jordan of Laverstock. Jordan son and heir of Robert of Laverstock has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having the bailiwick of the king’s forest of Clarendon of which the aforesaid Robert his father on account of his trespass was deprived by decision of the king’s court at the time when Robert Passelewe was king’s justice of the forest, and he has a charter therefor quit [from the fees] of the seal by the aforesaid fine. And he will pay that mark of gold in the king’s Wardrobe at All Saints next about-to-be. 1 Afterwards he paid that gold to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
734
[No date]. Concerning a fine of the men of Andover. They have paid 60 m. into the king’s Wardrobe and are quit. And afterwards one mark of gold because they did not keep their terms given for payment of the aforesaid 60 m. and all are quit. The men of Andover have made fine with the king by 60 m. for gold to be bought therefrom for having a charter of liberties and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, namely that they are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or principal debtors, and for having return of writs and for other liberties contained in that charter, and for that fine they will pay 30 m. into the king’s Wardrobe at the next Nativity of the Blessed Mary and 30 m. at St. Edward which will be in the quindene of Michaelmas next following.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
735
[No date]. For William le Dun’. William le Dun has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having quittance of assizes and for having the liberty that he may hunt hares, foxes etc. just as is more fully contained in the king’s letters patent which he has in respect thereof. And he will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward. He has paid one moiety thereof to P. de Rivallis.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
736
[No date]. For Robert de St. John. He has paid that gold to Artald de St. Romano and is quit. The king has given and granted to Robert de St. John and his heirs that land within the manor of Basing and in the king’s manor of Basingstoke which the king by judgment of his court recovered against William de St. John, father of the aforesaid Robert, rendering 10 m. annually therefor, namely five marks at the Exchequer of Easter and five marks at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for all service. And for having the king’s charter in respect thereof and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, he made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid in the Wardrobe at next St. Edward.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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737
11 July. Amesbury. Concerning relief. The king has taken the homage of Reginald de Pavylly son and heir of Walter de Pavyly for all the lands and tenements which the aforesaid Walter held of the king in chief, and he has rendered all the aforesaid lands and tenements to the same Reginald. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire and the king’s escheator in the same county, that having accepted security from the aforesaid Reginald for his relief, to cause the same Reginald to have full seisin of all the lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid Walter of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died, saving to Margaret who was the wife of the aforesaid Walter her rightful dower from the lands and tenements aforesaid which they are to cause to be assigned to her before the aforesaid Reginald has any of his seisin thereof.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
738
[No date]. Hampshire. The prior of Breamore gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
739
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Roger de Wasseburn’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security from the aforesaid Roger for rendering that gold into the king’s Wardrobe at next St. Edward. Master Paulinus of Bampton is pledge therefor. Afterwards he paid that gold to P. de Rivallis and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
740
11 July. Amesbury. Concerning respite from knighthood. Henry Tregoz of Sussex has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from knighthood which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at the next [feast of] St. Edward by pledge of John le Despenser. 1 He has paid that gold to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper of the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
741
[No date]. Derbyshire. William de Breydeshale gives the king one mark for having a writ of record at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
742
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Robert de Crues has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take security from the aforesaid Robert for rendering that gold at the next [fesat of] St. Edward. 1 He has paid that gold in the Wardrobe to Artald de St. Romano and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
743
[No date]. Cornwall. Hugh of Trethaek gives the king half a mark for having a writ of trespass [for a plea] before the justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Cornwall etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
744
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Robert le Veel gives the king one mark for a writ of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Gloucester concerning a tenement in Tortworth. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
745
[No date]. Gloucestershire. John de la Wodelonde gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Gloucester concerning a tenement in Winterbourne. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
746
15 July. Bristol. Wiltshire. Thomas Abraham gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at his next coming to Marlborough concerning common pasture in Wudecumb’. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
747
Concerning a fine of the burgesses of Southampton. They have paid 30 m. into the king’s Wardrobe for the first term and 30 m. for the second term together with 10 m. because they did not keep their terms and they are quit. The king’s burgesses of Southampton have made fine with the king by 60 m. for gold to be bought therefrom for having a charter of liberties and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, namely that the same or the goods of the same are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or principal debtors, and for having return of the king’s writs and other liberties contained in the charter, and they will pay 30 m. of the aforesaid 60 m. into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be in the quindene of next Michaelmas, and 30 m. at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
748
16 July. Bristol. Berkshire. Richard of Kent gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
749
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Adam of Redland gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Gloucester concerning a tenement in Triddelaunde. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
750
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Richard le Everus gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Gloucester concerning common pasture in Alveston’. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
751
[No date]. Warwickshire. William de Baggel’ gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussel. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
752
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. Margareta who was the wife of Simon the Chamberlain gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
753
16 July. Bristol. Gloucestershire. Richard le Waleys gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Gloucester. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
754
16 July. Bristol. Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to Walerand Teutonicus to take into the king’s hand all the lands and tenements formerly of the bishop of London of which the king was accustomed to have the custody in all vacancies of the bishopric of London and to keep them safely until the king orders otherwise.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
755
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Roger de Lasceles of Yorkshire has made fine with the king by one and a half marks of gold for having respite from knighthood through three years, and he will pay one mark of gold therefor into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be in the quindene of next Michaelmas, and half a mark of gold in St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphay of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security from the aforesaid Roger for rendering that gold, as aforesaid. He has paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
756
16 July. Bristol. Yorkshire. Ralph de Shefeld’, Ralph de Obberton’ and Sibilla his wife give the king one mark for an attaint to be taken before the justices at the first session etc. concerning a tenement in Obberton’. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
757
Sussex. Aylbrith’ son of William de Borle gives the king half a mark for a writ having a writ of trespass before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
758
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Richard de Middleton’ of Sussex has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from knighthood through three years. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take security from the aforesaid Richard for that gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward. 1 Afterwards he paid that gold in the Wardrobe to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
759
[No date]. Leicestershire. Ralph de Martivast’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
760
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. James de Lyh’ of Wiltshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from knighthood through three years, and he will pay that gold into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward. 1 Afterwards he paid that gold in the Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
761
For William de Punchardun. Whereas the king has fixed a day for William de Punchardun in 15 days of Michaelmas before the king (coram rege) wheresoever the king will be in England in order that, through the record of a case which was before Henry of Bath by the king’s order between the aforesaid William and Walter de Fraunchenney and others which on the same day the king has caused to come before the king (coram rege), he will correct, if by error the process has been less than just in that plea, order to the sheriff of Devon to place in respite until the aforesaid term the demand or distraint which he makes from the same William concerning £20 at which he was amerced before the afore-mentioned Henry and also concerning £20 which was adjudged to Walter and his parceners for damages, having accepted sufficient security that he will then render them at the Exchequer unless he ought of right to be quit thereof, and to relax the distraint, if any, which he shall have made from him for the aforesaid in the interim.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
762
16 July. Bristol. Devon. And for having the aforesaid writ, the same William gives the king half a mark of gold. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take security from the aforesaid William for that gold to be rendered into the king’s Wardrobe at the aforesaid term -----. 1 He has paid that gold in the king's Wardrobe to Artald de St. Romano and is quit.
1.
‘at the aforesaid term ------’ written over erased text. Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
763
[No date]. Northumberland. Nicholas son of Ralph gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Northumberland etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
764
[No date]. Concerning a fine for quittance of assizes. He has paid and is quit. Richard de Middleton of Sussex has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having quittance of assizes, which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at next St. Edward.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
765
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. He has paid to Artald etc. those two marks of gold and is quit. William son of Thomas of Greystoke has made fine with the king by two marks of gold for having respite from knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to accept security from the aforesaid William for the aforesaid gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe, namely one moiety at the next feast of St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
766
19 July. Gloucester. Herefordshire. Cecilia who was the wife of Thomas Marmyun gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king at his first coming to Hereford concerning a tenement in Tregod. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
767
[No date]. Worcestershire. Richard de Lasceles gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at his first coming to Worcester. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
768
Cumberland. Gilbert of Lancaster, Henry son of Michael, Elyas de Wynderi, Robert son of Huttred, Richard de Winderi, Elizabeth de Eyncurt, John son of Michael and Roger de Burdale give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Alan de Watsand. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
769
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Pagan de la Le of Wiltshire gives the king half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood for as long he shall live which he will pay to the king at next St. Edward. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take security from him therefor. 1 Afterwards he paid and is quit. 2 By Henry de Mauley.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
The authorization clause is added in a faded hand. A scribe has drawn a hand with a finger pointing to this entry in the marginalia.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
770
21 July. Gloucester. For Robert le Vavvassur’. Robert le Vauvassur has paid five marks of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano keeper of the same Wardrobe on Friday on the morrow of St. Margaret, Virgin, at Gloucester in the fortieth year in part payment of 20 m. of gold by which the same Robert made fine with the king for having pardon of all the trespasses which the same and his men had made whilst the same Robert was the king’s sheriff of Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Robert to be quit of the aforesaid 5 m. of gold.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
771
Somerset. Andrew de Esse, William Giffard, Adam Payn and John Krude give the king 20s. for an attaint to be taken before the itinerant justices in Somerset. Order to the sheriff of Somerset etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
772
[No date]. Yorkshire. John son of Ranulph gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
773
21 July. Gloucester. For Master Hugh, king’s buyer. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to place in respite until 15 days from Michaelmas the demand that he makes from Master Hugh, king’s buyer, for an amercement of the eyre of the king’s justices lately itinerant in the aforesaid county.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
774
[No date]. Cumberland. Henry son of Michael gives the king half a mark for having a writ [to remove a plea] from the county court of Cumberland before the justices itinerating at Lincoln. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
775
23 July. Gloucester. Cambridgeshire. Walter Pycee, Roesia his wife, Sibilla, Margery, Amabilia and Cassandra sisters of the same Roesia give the king 20s. for an attaint 1 [an assize of] of mort d’ancestor to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security etc.
1.
Corrected from 'assize'.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
776
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Aimsolisa of Caxton gives the king two marks for an assize to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
777
[No date]. Yorkshire. Henry Daiville gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
778
[No date]. Yorkshire. Gocelin Daiville gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the same Roger. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
779
Worcestershire. Simon le Fraunceys gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before the king (coram rege) at the king’s first coming to Worcester against the prior of Worcester and others concerning 16 acres of land with appurtenances in Laughern, Bedwardine and Spetchley. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
780
[No date]. Yorkshire. Agnes who was the wife of Warin le Teyntur’ gives the king half a mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
781
24 July. Gloucester. For Henry de Droes. Henry de Droes of Gloucestershire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid in the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having quittance of assizes. 1 Afterwards he paid and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
782
Herefordshire. Bartholomew the Marshal gives the king two marks for an attaint [of an assize] of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Hereford against John le Parker concerning a tenement in Iarchull’. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
783
Because otherwise below. The king has granted to Adam de Bury that he is to render in equal portions at the Exchequer within the next three years 100 m. at which he was amerced before the king’s justices lately itinerating at Lancaster for several trespasses. Order to the barons of the Exchequer by whatever right it is contained in the estreats of the rolls of the aforesaid justices sent to them therefor, to cause the same Adam to have the said terms concerning the aforesaid 100 m., and it to be done and enrolled thus. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. See 796 below.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
784
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. Walter de Evreux of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having quittance of assizes and for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and he will pay that mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward. He has paid that mark of gold in the Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
785
[No date]. Concerning a fine of the burgesses of Bristol. They have paid 35 m. in the Wardrobe to Artald etc. for the first term and another 35 m. for the second term and are quit. The king’s burgesses of Bristol have made fine with the king by 60 m. for gold to be bought therefrom for having the liberty that the same or their goods are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or principal debtors, and that they be able to elect and constitute coroners in the aforesaid vill from among themselves in order to take attachments arising from the pleas of the crown within the aforesaid vill and liberty of the same vill, and for certain other liberties contained in the king’s charter which they had in respect thereof. And for acquitting that charter [from the fees] of the seal, they will pay ten marks of silver in the aforesaid Wardrobe, and concerning the aforesaid 70 m. they will pay 35 m. in the aforesaid Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward, 1 and 35 m. at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of St. Edward in the forty-first year.
1.
‘next’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
786
[No date]. Herefordshire. Walter de Fey gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Hereford against Ralph Chili’ and others concerning a tenement in Pixley. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
787
25 July. Gloucester. Northamptonshire. John of Sulgrave gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
788
Concerning moneys paid in the Wardrobe. The prior and convent of Abingdon have paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de St. Romano keeper of the same Wardrobe 250 m. by the hand of Brother Roger de Codeham and William of Sparsholt in part payment of 500 m. by which they had made fine with the king for having custody of their abbey of Abingdon during the present vacancy of the same on this occasion, by the king’s special grace. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same prior and convent to be quit of the aforesaid 250 m. 1 And concerning this payment, it is mentioned above where the fine was made. 2
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
This sentence a later addition.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
789
25 July. Gloucester. Warwickshire. Henry son of William gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the justices at Lincoln. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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790
24 July. Gloucester. Concerning [men] to be placed on bail. Richard de Eylesdon’, taken and detained in the king’s prison of Rockingham for a trespass of the forest, gives the king one mark to be placed on bail. Order to Hugh de Goldingham keeper of the aforesaid forest to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
791
[No date]. Shropshire. Stephen Drake de Halucton’ gives the king 20s. for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
792
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. William Tori and Isabella his wife give the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
793
For Alice who was the wife of Thomas Bryen. The king, concerning ten marks which remain to be rendered to the king of 50 m. by which Alice who was the wife of Thomas Brien made fine with the king for custody of the land and heir of the same Thomas and concerning which the same Alice ought to have paid the king five marks to the king at his Exchequer of Easter last past, has granted to the same Alice that she is to render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next about-to-be, and five marks at the Exchequer of Easter next following in the forty-first year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to have the aforesaid terms and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
794
24 July. Concerning fine for respite from knighthood. John Maltravers has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security etc. 1 Afterwards he paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
795
[No date]. Concerning a fine of Kok, Jew. Kok son of Aaron son of Abraham, Jew of London, has made fine with the king by 20 m. of gold that the same and his wife and their son should be quit and immune from inquisitions and suspicions which the king had towards the same concerning the chattels and moveable goods of the aforesaid Aaron, father of the same Kok, hidden and taken away by them, as was said. And he has the king’s letters patent therefor. And he has paid 10 m. of gold of the 20 m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe cash down and he will pay the other ten marks of gold in the same Wardrobe at next St. Edward. 1 By Philip Luvel, S. Passelewe, A. de Grenville, Thomas Esporam.
1.
Authorization clause a later addition.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
796
24 July. Gloucester. For Adam de Bury. The king has granted to Adam de Bury that he is to render 100 m., at which he was amerced before the king’s justices lately itinerant at Lancaster for many trespasses, to the king within three years next following, namely 17 m. at Michaelmas in the fortieth year, and 17 m. at Easter next following, 16½ m. at Michaelmas in the forty-first year and 16½ m. at Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer that although it is contained in the estreats of the rolls of the aforesaid justices that the aforementioned Adam ought to render the said 100 m. to the king within the next two years, nonetheless let him have the above-written terms and cause it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
797
[No date]. Herefordshire. Hugh son of Hugh de Hopth’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
798
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. Robert de Meysy of Gloucestershire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having quittance of assizes, and for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and for having respite from knighthood for the use of Roger his son through five years. And he will pay that mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe at the Assumption of the Blessed Mary at Woodstock by pledge of Matthias Bezil. Afterwards he paid and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
799
[No date]. For John de Peryton’. He has paid Artald etc. and is quit. John de Periton’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having quittance of assizes. And he has land in Gloucestershire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
800
28 July. St. Briavels. Lancaster. Adam de Halsnade gives the king half a mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
801
29 July. Ros. Herefordshire. Maurice de Mathine gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
802
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Peter de Neyvyle gives the king 20s. 1 for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
1.
Corrected from ‘one mark’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
803
Buckinghamshire. Richard son of William Thustan gives the king 20s. for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
804
2 Aug. Hereford. Concerning a fine for a charter. John de Balum of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by one and a half marks of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having a charter for markets and a fair and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal. 1 He has paid £10 into the Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
805
[No date]. For William de Putton’. The king by a fine which 1 William son and heir of James de Putton’ made with the king has delivered to him his entire bailiwick of the king’s forest of Clarendon and Bokholt’ of which the aforesaid James his father was deprived on account of his trespass by a decision of the king’s court at the time when Robert Passelewe was king’s justice of the forest. And for having a charter therefor and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, he gives the king one mark of gold whereof he will pay one moiety at the next feast of St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year etc. He paid that mark of gold to Artald and is quit.
1.
These words interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
806
[No date]. Herefordshire. Matthew de Norlawe gives the king 20s. for an assize to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Hereford. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
807
[No date]. Herefordshire. Hugh the Mercer gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Hereford concerning a tenement in Ross. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
808
[No date]. Herefordshire. Hugh de Sapy gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Hereford concerning a tenement in Sapey. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
809
[No date]. Herefordshire. Robert de Werlawe gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Hereford concerning a tenement in Penbombe. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
810
[No date]. Suffolk. Alexander Borzun gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
811
[No date]. Shropshire. William son of John de Wyneslekl’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
812
[No date]. Herefordshire. Simon le Waffrer gives the king 1 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at Hereford concerning a tenement in Wynstaneston’. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
1.
These words written over erased text.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
813
Concerning a fine for quittance of assizes. He has paid and is quit. Walter de Eylesford of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having quittance of assizes.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
814
Concerning a fine for quittance of assizes. He has paid one moiety for the first term and the other half a mark of gold and is quit. William de Furches of Herefordshire 1 has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having quittance of assizes, concerning which he will pay one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe at the next [feast of] St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward next following.
1.
‘of Herefordshire’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
815
3 Aug. Hereford. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Roger Pichard of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood until the next feast of St. Edward or until Christmas next following, and he will pay that half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward aforesaid. 1 He has paid and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
816
Concerning a fine for quittance of assizes. Richard de Hortesleg’ of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having quittance of assizes, and he will pay that half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward by pledge of William de Hida and Philip le Bret of Herefordshire. 1 He has paid that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
817
Essex. Adam de Beningefeld’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Essex before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
818
Herefordshire. John de Kirketot gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
819
[No date]. Shropshire. Arthur de Whitinton’, John de Huntenton’ and Walter de Cokleseye give the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
820
[No date]. Shropshire. Master Simon of Radnor and Henry Moneyer give the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
821
3 Aug. Hereford. Herefordshire. Walter son of Benedict gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
822
[No date]. Berkshire. William Matthew gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
823
[No date]. Herefordshire. Roger de Loteley gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
824
[No date]. For Alan son of John. Alan son of 1 John de Estlaton’ of Yorkshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having quittance of assizes and for having respite from his knighthood for a term. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security etc. Afterwards he paid that mark of gold in the Wardrobe by the hand of John of Howden and he is quit.
1.
‘Alan son of’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
825
[No date]. Berkshire. Stephen son of Thomas de Curzun and Matilda his wife give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
826
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. William Comyn of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood, and he will pay it into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. He has paid P. de Rivallis and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
827
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid in the Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano that mark of gold and is quit. Walter de Travele of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood for a term, and for having quittance of assizes in the meantime, and he will pay that half a mark of gold therefor into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward, and the other half a mark of gold at St. Edward next following.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
828
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Hugh of Kinnersley of the same county has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for the same, and he will pay it into the king’s Wardrobe at the aforesaid terms. He has paid and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
829
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid that gold and is quit. Roger of Hereford of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having respite from knighthood.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
830
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid that gold and is quit. Henry of Pembridge of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the same term for having respite of his knighthood.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
831
4 Aug. Ledbury. For William de Lesseberg’. William of Lashborough of Gloucestershire has made fine with the king by one and a half marks of gold for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and for having confirmation and quittance of assizes, and for respite from his knighthood, 1 concerning which he will pay one mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe at next St. Edward and half a mark at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. 2 He has paid that mark and a half of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de St. Romano and is quit.
1.
'and for respite from his knighthood' interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
832
[No date]. For the men of Monmouth. The burgesses and trustworthy men of Monmouth have made fine with the king by two marks of gold for having a charter of liberties and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, namely that the same or their goods are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not the principal debtors or pledges, and for other liberties contained in the same charter. And they will pay the aforesaid two marks into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward. Order to Edward son of the king to cause that gold to be levied for the king’s use.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
833
4 Aug. Ledebir’. Herefordshire. Hugh Chaunflur gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
834
5 Aug. Worcester. For the prioress of Whitstan. The king has pardoned the prioress of Whitstan on account of the poverty of her house half a mark which is exacted by summons of the Exchequer from Walter de Gardino and for which the aforesaid prioress is distrained because the land which ought to descend by hereditary right to the same Walter is in the hand of the aforesaid prioress. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause both the same prioress and the aforesaid Walter to be quit of the aforesaid half a mark.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
835
Shropshire. Nicholas de Walneford gives the king 20s. 1 for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
1.
Corrected from ‘one mark’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
836
For Robert de Poynton’. Robert son of Alan de Poynton’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold which he has paid into the king’s Wardrobe for having quittance of assizes and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
837
6 Aug. Worcester. Shropshire. Richard de Petton’, Roger de Hundeslah’, William de Hocton’, Reyner de Slep’ and Alan de Binhton’ give the king 4 m. for six assizes of novel disseisin to be taken before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
838
Herefordshire. Richard de Sutton’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
839
Somerset. Robert the Newman gives the king 20s. for an attaint to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
840
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. He has paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit. Richard de Cortun of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood, and he has paid half a mark of gold therefor into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward and the other half a mark of gold at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. He is quit. 1
1.
There is a symbol resembling the mathedmatical equal sign in the margin next to this entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
841
[No date]. Shropshire. Henry the Forester, taken and detained in the king’s prison of Bridgenorth for a trespass of the forest, gives the king half a mark to be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
842
7 Aug. Worcester. Herefordshire. Richard son of Laurence gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
843
For the abbot of Shrewsbury. The abbot of Shrewsbury has paid one mark of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. on Sunday next after St. Peter in Chains by which he had made fine with the king for having a charter of warren, a market and fair and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to permit the same abbot to be quit thereof.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
844
[No date]. Warwickshire. William de Bereford’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
845
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Robert de Dyrynton’ of Lincolnshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for respite from his knighthood which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. He has paid that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
846
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. He has paid in the Wardrobe to P. de Rivallis in the forty-second year. Walter de Keggingewik’ of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood which he will pay in the same Wardrobe at the same term.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
847
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Osbert de Cromelyn of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood for as long as he shall live which he will pay into the same Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward. Afterwards he paid that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
848
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Robert de Morton’ of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for respite from his knighthood and for having quittance of assizes and he will pay one moiety thereof into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. He has paid half a mark of gold for the first term. And for the remaining half a mark of gold he paid 3½ m. of silver to P. de Rivallis.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
849
[No date]. Sussex. Richard de Mucegros gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
850
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. Anselinus de Gurnay of Somerset has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at next Purification. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security etc. Afterwards he paid that gold to P. de Rivallis into the king’s Wardrobe in the forty-second year, and he is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
851
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. For Hubert Hakun. Hubert Hacun of Norfolk has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having quittance of assizes, and for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and he will pay one moiety thereof at St. Edward in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord and the other moiety at Easter next following. 1 He has paid that gold and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
852
[No date]. Shropshire. Adam le Sauvage gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
853
7 Aug. Worcester. Concerning land to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take the land that Simon de Wafre held of the king in sergeanty in Weston and Marston with all its appurtenances in whosesoever hand it should be into the king’s hand so that no-one shall lay his hand upon it, and so that he is to answer for those issues at the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
854
[No date]. For Simon de Heronvyle. He has paid Artald and is quit. Simon de Heronvyle of Staffordshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having quittance of assizes and for having respite from his knighthood until ordered or further orders. And he will pay one moiety thereof at the next feast of St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward which he will in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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855
[No date]. Concerning the fine of the burgesses of Bath. They have paid 10 m. therefor in the Wardrobe to P. de Rivallis and concerning 50 m. they have the terms thus contained in the fine roll for the forty-second year at the beginning of the roll. The burgesses of Bath have made fine with the king by 60 m. to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe for gold to be bought therefrom for having the king’s charter of liberties. 1
1.
See CFR 1257–58, no.62. See also CFR 1256–57, no.844.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
856
9 Aug. Feckenham. Shropshire. Richard de la Putte gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the bench. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
857
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. John de Grafton of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward, king, which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security etc. 1 Afterwards he paid that gold to P. de Rivallis and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
858
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Robert de Brues gives the king 40s. for an attaint to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
859
9 Aug. Feckenham. Concerning respite from knighthood. John de Dyggeby of Lincolnshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for respite from his knighthood which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. 1 Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security etc. He has paid that half a mark of gold and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
860
Warwickshire. Robert de Brues gives the king 40s. for having a writ of record and for having his judgment before the justices of the Bench concerning an assize of novel disseisin summoned and taken before William Trussell, justice assigned to this, against the prior of Kenilworth concerning a tenement in Hodenhull’. And he is to be distrained by the sheriff of Warwickshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
861
[No date]. Concerning a fine by the citizens of Hereford. The king’s citizens of Hereford have made fine with the king for his good arrival and for a trespass of measures and for having return of writs and not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or the principal debtors and for certain other liberties contained in the king’s charter which they have in respect thereof by 70 m. for the charter and everything (‘et toto’), concerning which they have paid 20 m. by hand in the king’s Wardrobe for gold to be bought therefrom, and concerning the remaining 50 m. they will pay 25 m. in the same Wardrobe for gold etc. at Hilary in the forty-first year and another 25 m. for gold etc. in the quindene of Easter next following. Afterwards they paid 30 m. to Artald at Westminster on Thursday after St. Luke in the forty-first year and 20 m. to Peter de Rivallis keeper of the Wardrobe etc. on Thursday after Hilary next following and they are quit. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to cause the same citizens to be quit in respect thereof. 1
1.
Last sentence squeezed in between the end of this and the next entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
862
Concerning a fine by the citizens of Hereford. Afterwards they paid those 30 m. to P. de Rivallis keeper etc. in the octaves of Hilary in the forty-second year. The citizens, on behalf of the bishop and chapter of Hereford, have made fine with the king by 30 m. for gold to be bought therefrom which they will pay in the aforesaid Wardrobe at the same terms for the good arrival of the king and for a trespass of measures and also that the aforesaid charter granted concerning the aforesaid liberties be duplicated and they shall have one part in their possession, and similarly that they may use the liberties contained in it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
863
For the prior of Wombridge. The prior of Wambrugg’ of Shropshire 1 has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having the king’s confirmation concerning a surrender and grant which Maddoc de Sutton’ made to the aforesaid prior concerning the manor of Sutton’ with rent and all escheats of Brocton and of Hedinton’ with all their appurtenances which are of the king’s sergeanty to hold from Michaelmas in the fortieth year until the end of three years following, just as the writing produced between them in respect thereof reasonably bears witness. 2
1.
‘of Shropshire’ interlined.
2.
There is erased text in the margin to this entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
864
10 Aug. Feckenham. Concerning respite from knighthood. Walter Haket of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year for having respite from his knighthood. 1 Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security etc. He has paid 3½ m. of silver to Peter de Rivallis, and afterwards 20s. and he is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
865
[No date]. Herefordshire. Hugh de Sapy gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
866
[No date]. Shropshire. Alice de Gaugy gives the king 40s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
867
[No date]. Dorset. Matilda who was the wife of Geoffrey de Maureward’ gives the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Dorset etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
868
[No date]. Warwickshire. William Russel of Ryton give the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
869
10 Aug. Feckenham. Concerning respite from knighthood. Philip le Fraunkeleyn of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year for having respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security etc. 1 He has paid that gold to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
870
[No date]. Worcestershire. Richard de Eundicote gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
871
For Simon de Greswell’. Simon de Greswell’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having quittance of assizes. 1 He has paid and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
872
10 Aug. Concerning a fine by the burgesses of Shrewsbury. They have paid one moiety for the term of Hilary into the king’s Wardrobe. The burgesses of Shrewsbury have made fine with the king by 110 m. for gold to be bought therefrom for having return of writs, and that no sheriff or other bailiff or minister of the king henceforth are to enter the aforesaid vill for making any summons or distraints, and they are not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or the principal debtors, and for other liberties contained in the king’s charter which they have in respect thereof. And by the aforesaid fine they are quit [from the fees] of the king’s seal. And they will pay one moiety of the aforesaid 110 m. in the king’s Wardrobe at Hilary in the forty-first year, and the other moiety in one month of Easter next following.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
873
Concerning a fine by the burgesses of Bridgenorth. They have paid 25 m. to Artald etc. for the first term and 25 m. to Peter de Rivallis and are quit. The king’s burgesses of Bridgenorth have made fine with the king for having a charter of similar liberties and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal by 50 m. for gold to be bought therefrom, concerning which they will pay one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe at Hilary in the forty-first year and the other moiety at Trinity next following.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
874
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. John de Grafton’ of Worcestershire have made fine with the king by one half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the forty-first year for having aquittance of assizes. Order to the sheriff etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
875
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Robert de Chaundos of Herefordshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
876
11 Aug. Feckenham. Herefordshire. Hugh de Sapy gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
877
[No date]. Shropshire. Walter Haket gives the king one mark for two 1 assizes of novel disseisin to be taken before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
1.
Corrected from ‘one’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
878
[No date]. Worcestershire. William de la Hurst gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
879
12 Aug. Evesham. For John Estormy. John Estormy of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by one and a half marks of gold for having quittance of assizes and respite from his knighthood and for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and he will pay one mark of gold therefor into the king’s Wardrboe at the next feast of St. Edward and half a mark of gold at St. Edward in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. 1 Afterwards for the aforesaid fine he paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano 5½ m. of silver, and 6½ m., and three marks of silver to P. de Rivallis and he is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
880
12 Aug. Evesham. Concerning relief. The king has taken the homage of Henry de Parco, son and heir of Robert de Parco, and has delivered to him all the lands and tenements that the aforesaid Robert his father held of the king in chief in the bailiwick of Ralph of Coventry, steward of the king’s forest of Fekenham together with the bailiwick pertaining to the aforesaid tenements. Order to the same Ralph, that having accepted security from the aforesaid Henry for half a mark for the king’s use to be rendered at the next Exchequer of Michaelmas for his relief, to cause the same Henry to have full seisin of all the lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid Robert his father together with the aforesaid bailiwick on the day he died and which by reason of his death were taken into the king’s hand together with the aforesaid bailiwick. 1 Because the land he holds of the king was extended at 2s.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
881
[No date]. Worcestershire. William Bruing and Petronilla his wife give the king half a mark for having a record of a suit which was in the court of the abbot of Lyre in Feckenham before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
882
Staffordshire. Richard le Parker of Chortley, William de la Lawe, Richard le Rus, Henry son of Leon, Richard de Fotesbroc and Henry son of Richard give the king 40s. for an attaint to be taken before William of Wilton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
883
For the abbot of Evesham. Because the abbey of Evesham was lately vacant and in the king’s hand, the king has granted to Henry, abbot of the same house, that, concerning the remainder of the debts which Thomas sometime abbot of Evesham, nearest predecessor of the aforesaid abbot, owed to the king and which at the instance of the same abbot were attermined at £15 per annum to be rendered at the Exchequer, namely one moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter, he is to have the same terms that the king had previously granted to the aforesaid Thomas abbot for the aforesaid debts until the same remainder is fully paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms therefor, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
884
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. Alexander de Befford of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for respite from his knighthood which he will pay in the Wardrobe at St. Edward in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
885
12 Aug. Evesham. Concerning a fine by the burgesses of Gloucester. Afterwards they paid one moiety, namely, 40 m. in the Wardrobe by the hand of John de Elderfeld’ and the other moiety for the second term and are quit. The king’s burgesses of Gloucester have made fine with the king 80 m. for gold to be bought therefrom for having return of writs and not to be arrested for any debt for which they are not sureties or the principal debtors and for having certain other liberties, and for having a charter in respect thereof and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal. They will pay one moiety in the king’s Wardrobe at Michaelmas next about-to-be and the other moiety at Easter in the forty-first year.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
886
13 Aug. Oddington. For William le Poer. He has paid Artald etc. and is quit. Wiliam le Poer of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by one and a half marks of gold for having a charter of warren and acquitting it [from the fees] of the seal, and for having quittance of assizes, and for the liberty to hunt foxes, hares etc. and he will pay that gold in the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
887
[No date]. Worcestershire. William son of Alured Leveryn gives the king half a mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
888
[No date]. Shropshire. William son of William le Tornur gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
889
[No date]. Shropshire. Avelina de Baggele and William her son give the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the same Giles. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
890
15 Aug. Woodstock. Herefordshire. Henry de Slouston’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
891
16 Aug. Woodstock. Yorkshire. The abbot of Selby gives the king 20s. for associating Alan of Wassand with John of Lexington for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken concerning common pasture in Selby. He is to be distrained by the sheriff of Yorkshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
892
[No date]. Yorkshire. Philip de Faucumberg’ gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
893
[No date]. Yorkshire. William de Leyrton’ gives the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
894
[No date]. Warwickshire. Richard de Lynacr’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
895
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. The prior of Belvoir gives the king 20s. for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
896
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Walter de Sauston gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
897
[No date]. Surrey. Laurence le Pestur gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
898
[No date]. Devon. David de Widdeworth’ gives the king one mark for an attaint to be taken before the justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Devon etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
899
[No date]. Derbyshire. William of Rolleston gives the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
900
16 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Robert de Muscegros of Worcestershire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next Purification of the Blessed Mary for having respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security etc. 1 He paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
901
16 Aug. Woodstock. Warwickshire. Ceddus of Exhall gives the king 40s. for a writ of enquiry to be taken by Laurence de Broke and the sheriff of Warwickshire concerning a trespass made in the abbey of Alcester. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
902
Somerset. William de Bolevill’ and Ela his wife give the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Somerset before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
903
[No date]. Somerset. Because the same is a pone. William de Bolevyl’ and Ela his wife give the king half a mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Somerset etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because the same is a pone.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
904
[No date]. Suffolk. Roger de le Stowe and Robert Brun give the king half a mark for having two writs before the king (coram rege) concerning trespasses. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
905
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Robert le Myre gives the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
906
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. John de Cayly of Trumpington gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
907
18 Aug. Woodstock. Huntingdonshire. Thomas de Redeberewe gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
908
[No date]. Warwickshire. Richard de Bradewell’ gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
909
. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Philip de Clynton’ of Shropshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the next Epiphany of the Lord for having respite from his knighthood for a term. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security etc. 1 He has paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
910
[No date]. Lancaster. Avina who was the wife of William de Samlesbur’ gives the king two marks for having a writ before the justices at Lincoln. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
911
[No date]. Gloucestershire. The prior of Bradenestoke gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Henry of Bath. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
912
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. He has paid half a mark of gold and is quit. John de Mandeville of Essex has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc. Afterwards he paid that half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
913
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. He has paid half a mark of gold and is quit. Ralph de Heyrun of Essex has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid at the same term for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
914
Leicestershire. Robert de Norton’ gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before J. of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
915
Staffordshire. Thomas de Dutton’ and Philippa his wife give the king 20s. for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
916
Concerning a respite from knighthood. The king, by a fine of two marks of gold which John of Bracebridge made with the king, has given him respite from making himself a knight from Michaelmas in the fortieth year through three years. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire not to distrain the same to take the arms of knighthood (arma militaria) in the meantime, and to take security from the aforesaid John for the aforesaid two marks of gold to be rendered into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward wheresoever the king shall be in England. 1 Afterwards he paid and his quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
917
Worcestershire Nicholas de Seyton’ and William Bedell’ give the king two marks for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
918
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Walter de Sinelleshou gives the king one mark for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
919
[No date]. Surrey. Walter de Kirkeby, Isabella his wife, Robert son of Aylwyn, Elvira his wife give the king two marks for an assize of mort d’ancestor to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Surrey etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
920
[No date]. Sussex. Martin de Roche gives the king 20s. for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Sussex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
921
20 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning the manors of Bromsgrove and Norton which have been committed. The king has committed to John Walerand his manors of Bromsgrove and Norton with appurtenances to have at farm from Michaelmas in the fortieth year until the end of seven years following, rendering therefor per annum at the Exchequer as much as Sampson of Bromsgrove was accustomed to render for them whilst he held them at farm.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
922
[No date]. Suffolk. Michael son of Walter of Sudbury and Katerina his wife give the king one mark for having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
923
[No date]. For Richard le Brun concerning a fine for having custody. Richard le Brun has made fine with John Walerand, king’s escheator, by 50 m. for the king’s use for having custody of the lands formerly of Robert de Mere in Hamcherch’ and the lands formerly of Robert de Holdich in Cunitton’ until the legal age of the heirs of the aforesaid Robert and Robert, and he has letters patent in respect thereof. And he paid the aforesaid 50 m. in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano etc. by the hand of Philip de Lexe, king’s escheator, in Staffordshire, concerning which the same Philip has the king’s writ of allocate and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
924
21 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Ralph de St. George of Nottinghamshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be at the vigil of the next Epiphany of the Lord for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc. 1 He has paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
925
[No date]. For Osbert de Cornebur’. He has paid and is quit. Osbert de Cornebur’ of Yorkshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having quittance of assizes.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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926
Concerning a fine of Oxford. Because otherwise in the Fine Roll for the forty-second year, at the beginning. The citizens of Oxford have made fine with the king by 100 m. of silver for having a charter of liberties, concerning which they will pay 25 m. into the king’s Wardrobe at Hilary in the forty-first year, 25 m. at Easter next following, 25 m. at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist next following and 25 m. at St. Edward next following. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise in the Fine Roll for the forty-second year, at the beginning. See CFR 1257–58, no.61.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
927
21 August Woodstock. For the abbess of Caen. The abbess of Caen has made fine with the king by two marks of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having and directing the king’s writs to the barons of the Exchequer 1 and each single sheriff in whose county she has land concerning her charters which she has from the predecessors of the kings of England and confirmed by the king to be read in each county and the articles contained in them henceforth to be firmly kept, and for quittance of the common summons of the eyres of the king’s justices now summoned in all the counties in which she has lands. 2 She has paid in the Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
'the barons of the Exchequer and' interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
928
For Adam de Sunderland. The king has granted to Adam son of Adam de Sunderland that, on account of his poverty, he is to render 5s. per annum at the Exchequer of Easter until 40s. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in the county of Lancaster shall have been paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that term and it to be done and enrolled thus. 1 Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to permit the same Adam to have those terms.
1.
This entry has two witness clauses. The first is entered here, the second at the end of the entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
929
[No date]. Staffordshire. John Doyly gives the king one mark for having a writ of record. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
930
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Richard le Paumer gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
931
[No date]. Yorkshire. John de Ry gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
932
21 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning gold for a respite from knighthood. Robert of Whichford of Nottinghamshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for having respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take security etc. 1 He has paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
933
[No date]. Concerning gold for a respite from knighthood. He has paid into the Wardrobe and is quit. William de Boyton’ of Suffolk has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the same term for having respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
934
[No date]. Concerning gold for a respite from knighthood. He has paid Artald etc and is quit. Roger de Stokenhurst of Sussex has made fine with the king by one mark 1 of gold for respite of his knighthood 2 , concerning which he will pay one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe at the same term and the other moiety at St. Edward following. 3 Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take security etc.
1.
Corrected from half a mark.
2.
‘for respite from his knighthood’ interlined.
3.
‘the other moiety at St. Edward’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
935
[No date]. Concerning gold for a respite from knighthood. He has paid into the Wardrobe and is quit. John de Chenney has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
936
[No date]. Concerning gold for a respite from knighthood. He has paid half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe for the term of St. Edward, and another half a mark of gold and is quit. Ralph de Gynges has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite of his knighthood, and he will pay therefor one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward next and the other moietiy at St. Edward which will be at the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. 1 He has land in Essex. He has paid all that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
937
[No date]. Concerning gold for a respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. John Buzun has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
938
[No date]. Bedfordshire. The men of Tilsworth give the king 40s. for having a writ of grace. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
939
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. Gilbert of Orby has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
940
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. Robert de Bradewell’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid at the same term for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc. He has paid and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
941
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. Ralph de Tiville has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid at the same term for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc. He has paid Artald etc. and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
942
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. John de Kirkeby has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid at the same term for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster etc. He has paid and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
943
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. John de Suleny has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid at the same term for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc. He has paid and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
944
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. Alexander of Pointon has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid at the same term for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
945
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. Robert Waundard has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid at the same term for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire etc. He has paid Artald etc. and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
946
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. William de St. Claro has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid at the same term for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc. Afterwards he paid and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
947
21 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. Brian son of John has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for respite from his knighthood, concerning which he will pay one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward and the other moiety in the quindene of Easter in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security etc. 1 He has paid all that gold to Artald’ etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
948
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid half a mark of gold for the first term and afterwards half a mark for the second term and half a mark of gold for the third term and is quit. Alan de Coupland of county Lancaster 1 has made fine with the king by one and a half marks of gold for respite from his knighthood, concerning which he will render half a mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward, half a mark of gold in the vigil of the Epiphany next following, and half a mark of gold in the quindene of Easter in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster etc. He has paid and is quit.
1.
‘of county Lancaster’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
949
[No date]. Shropshire. Amic’ son of Simon de Calvewelle gives the king half a mark for having a writ of record before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
950
21 Aug. Woodstock. For Nicholas de Aune The king has granted to Nicholas de Aune custody of the land formerly of Richard de Anesy in Dilton and Bratton in Wiltshire to have and to hold until the legal age of the heir of the aforesaid Richard, rendering to the king therefor £10 16s. 4½d. each year at two terms by the hand of the king’s escheator of the same county, namely one moiety at Michaelmas and the other moiety at Easter where the king was previously not accustomed to take anything by the hand of the escheator of the aforesaid county except £7. He has letters patent in respect thereof. By John Walerand, king’s escheator.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
951
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. John de Braybrok’ of Buckinghamshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood, concerning which he will pay one moiety at the next feast of St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take security etc. Afterwards he paid that mark of gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
952
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. Geoffrey of Ledwich has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
953
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. Walter de Redvers has made fine with the king by half a mark to be paid at the immediate St. Edward for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc. He has paid Artald etc. and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
954
[No date]. Shropshire. Amicia daughter of Eynon’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ of record before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
955
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He has paid to Artald and is quit. John of Rippingale has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
956
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. He is quit. Robert Coffyn gives the king half a mark of gold for respite from knighthood to be paid at the same term. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc. He has paid 20s. to P. de Rivallis and previously had paid 3½ m. to A. de Sancto Romano.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
957
[No date]. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. Stephen Maulovel has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for respite from his knighthood to be paid at the same term. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc. He has paid and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
958
22 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. William son of Robert has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for respite from his knighthood to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security for which he shall wish to answer. 1 He has paid that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
959
22 Aug. Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. Henry of Nottingham has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take security etc. 1 He has paid that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
960
Concerning gold for respite from knighthood. Aunger of Talton has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for respite from knighthood to be sold at the next feast of St. Edward. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
961
[No date]. Sussex. Ralph de Westborton’, Luke of Herveley and Richard de Wiginyholt give the king two marks for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before John de Wyvyle. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
962
[No date]. Staffordshire. John Doyly and Roesia his wife give the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William Trussell. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
963
22 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning respite from knighthood. Robert Corbet has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for respite from his knighthood, concerning which he will pay one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security etc. 1 He has paid half a mark of gold for the first term.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
964
[No date]. Essex. Geoffrey de Say gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
965
22 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning a fine by Cok son of Aaron, Jew of London. He has paid five marks of gold in the Wardrobe for the term of Easter, and for half a mark of gold which he has paid he has respite from the other five marks for the same term until the feast of St. Edward. To the barons of the Exchequer and the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews. For five marks of gold which Cuk son of Aaron, Jew of London, paid to the king cash down and by a fine of 2000 marks of silver which the same Jew made with him, the king has granted to him for himself and his brother Manasser all the lands and houses, rents and debts and chattels formerly of the aforesaid Aaron their father excepting those chattels which the queen shall wish to take for her gold both concerning the aforesaid fine and concerning the gold that the aforesaid Aaron his father owed to her, and excepting 1000 marks of debts which the king’s beloved brother, R. earl of Cornwall shall wish to choose for himself from the aforesaid chattels in part [payment] of the debts which the king owes to him, and excepting the houses and rents that the king previously gave therefrom to William de Valers, valet of Edmund the king’s son, and Herman de Butberg, the king’s valet ('valetus'), concerning which 2000 marks the aforesaid Jew will pay to the king at his Exchequer of Easter in the forty-first year ten marks of gold and at his Exchequer of Michaelmas in the same year five marks of gold, and at the Exchequer of Easter in the forty-second year another five marks of gold and so from year to year at the same terms ten marks of gold until the aforesaid 2000 marks of silver shall have been paid to the king. Order therefore to cause it to be done and enrolled thus and to cause the aforesaid Kok to have full seisin of the aforesaid lands, houses, rents and chattels excepting which are excepted above. 1 And he has letters patent in respect thereof. Before R. earl of Cornwall and others of the king's council.
1.
Witness clause entered here, and authorization clause at end of entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
966
Concerning a fine by Cok son of Aaron, Jew of London. To the same. By a fine of one mark of gold which Cok son of Aaron made with the king, the king has granted to him that he is to have the same terms that his father had concerning a fine that the recently made with him for the ancient debts which he owed to the king on the day he died, so that is to pay those debts to the king at his Exchequer in the same manner that the said Aaron was held to render them until those debts are paid to the king. Order therefore to cause it to be done and enrolled thus. Before R. earl of Cornwall and others of the king’s council.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
967
[No date]. Herefordshire. Master Richard de Credele gives the king two marks for an attaint to be taken before Master Simon of Walton and William of Wilton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
968
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. William Bluet of Wiltshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood from Michaelmas in the fortieth year until in one year following concerning which he is to render one moiety at the next feast of St. Edward and the other moiety at the other St. Edward. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc. 1 He has paid half a mark of gold for the first term and another half a mark of gold and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
969
Shropshire. Hugh Carbonel, Hugh de Cheeny and Saher Mauveysin of Shropshire give the king one and a half marks of gold for having a writ of enquiry concerning the value of his land which they will render to the king at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security. 1 Hugh Carbonel has paid half a mark for him and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
970
[No date]. Shropshire. He has paid to Artald etc. and is quit. Robert Pigot of the same county, Shropshire, gives the king half a mark of gold for a similar inquisition to be made concerning the value etc. which he will render at the next feast of St. Edward. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
971
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. John de Sumervill of Warwickshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood until the immediate St. Edward which he will pay at the aforesaid feast. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc. 1 Afterwards he paid that half a mark of gold to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
972
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Thomas son of Michael of Ryle of Northumberland by a fine 1 of one mark of gold which he made with the king has respite from his knighthood and quittance of assizes, and he will pay one moiety thereof at the immediate St. Edward, and the other moiety at St. Edward in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Northumberland etc. He paid it into the king’s Wardrobe at the quindene of Michaelmas in the forty-second year and is quit.
1.
‘etc. he has’ is crossed through.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
973
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Robert de Tuyt gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
974
For Ralph de Engelby. Ralph de Engelby of Lincolnshire 1 has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward for having quittance of assizes. 2 He has paid that gold and is quit.
1.
‘of Lincolnshire’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
975
28 Aug. Westminster. For John de Radleg’. John de Radleg’ of Oxfordshire has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having pardon of the suit pertaining to the king for 1 the death of Robert de Merslond’ who he killed in self-defence. He has paid one moeity therefor in the king's Wardrobe by the hand of Richard de Hertrugg' and he will pay the other moiety in the same Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward. 2 And he has paid therefor in the Wardrobe.
1.
‘the suit pertaining to the king for’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
976
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Thomas de Mutham’ of Nottinghamshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for respite from his knighthood which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Afterwards he paid that gold to P. de Rivallis and is quit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
977
[No date]. Suffolk. Margery daughter of William le Blund gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
978
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Richard de Wybbesuede gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
979
28 Aug. Westminster. For William de Bradeshawe. The king has granted to William de Bradeshawe that he is to render five marks per annum, namely 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the forty-first year and 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus 5 m. from year to year at the same terms until the £10 at which the same William was amerced before Roger of Thirkleby and his associates 1 king’s justices last itinerant in the county of Lancaster for receiving stolen goods are paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and to cause it to be done and enrolled thus. 2 Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to permit the same William to have those terms.
1.
’Roger of Thirkleby and his associates’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here. A second witness clause occurs at the end of the entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
980
Hampshire. William the Palmer gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William of Cobham. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take security etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
981
[No date]. Lancaster. John son of Adam gives the king half a mark for a having a pone. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
982
For Huttred de Bradeshawe. The king has granted to Huttred de Bradeshawe, on account of his poverty, that he is to render 22s. 3d. at the Exchequer of Easter in the forty-first year, and 22s. 3d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 22s. 2½d. at the Exchequer of Easter in the forty-second year and 22s. 2½d at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus in the following year at the same terms the entire residue of 10 m. at which the same Huttred made fine before Roger of Thirkleby and his associates 1 king’s justices last itinerant in the county of Lancaster for having pardon of the death of his brother whom he killed by misfortune. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus. 2 And order to the sheriff of Lancaster to permit him to have those terms.
1.
‘de Bradeshawe’ and ‘Roger of Thirkleby and his associates’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here, and at the end of the entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
983
[No date]. Essex. Richard Scittadun gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
984
[No date]. Yorkshire. William de Langethueyt gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
985
[No date]. Somerset. Henry de Wodeford’ gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a writ] to Exeter before the justices etc. on the morrow of [All] Souls. Order to the sheriff of Somerset etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
986
29 Aug. Westminster. For Ebulo de Montibus. The king has pardoned Ebulo de Montibus and Joan his wife £10 which are exacted by summons of the Exchequer for a fine which the same Joan made with the king for having the king’s letters patent witnessing that Godfrey of Crowcombe sometime husband of the aforesaid Joan enfeoffed before the king (coram rege) Robert de Muscegros of the manor of Milton in Cambridgeshire whilst the same Godfrey was of sound mind. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Ebulo and Joan to be quit of the aforesaid £10.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 6d.

987
[No date]. Memorandum concerning 100 m. from the burgesses of Oxford for having a charter of liberties.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 5

988
28 Aug. Westminster. For Thomas of Bickerton. The king, at the instance of Margaret, Queen of Scotland, has pardoned Thomas of Bickerton 20 m. of 60 m. by which the same Thomas made fine before Roger of Thirkleby and his associates, justices lately itinerant in Northumberland. And concerning the remaining 40 m., the king has granted to the same Thomas that he is to render 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the forty-first year, and thus 10 m. from year to year at the same term until the aforesaid 40 m. are paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Thomas to be quit of the aforesaid 20 m. and [to cause] him to have that term concerning the remaining 40 m., and it to be done and enrolled thus.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
989
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Geoffrey son of John de Kerswell of Buckinghamshire has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take security for as much as he shall wish to answer concerning that gold to be rendered in the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward. 1 He has paid that gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
990
For Hugh de Bolinghal’. The king, at the instance of S. countess of Cornwall, has granted to Hugh de Bolinghal’ that he is to render 20s. to the king at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year and 20s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus 40s. from year to year at the same terms until 20 m. by which he made fine for the king’s use before the king’s justices lately itinerant in Shropshire for a trespass which is exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer shall have been paid. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
991
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. John de Bohun has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
992
[No date]. Middlesex. John son of John of Edmonton gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the justices of the Bench concerning a tenement in Edmonton. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
993
[No date]. Because below. Hugh de Nevyle has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate feast of St. Edward for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Somerset etc. 1
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Entry cancelled because below. See 998 below.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
994
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. William the Fleming has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
995
[No date]. Staffordshire. William Bagod gives the king 20s. for an assize of darrein presentment to be taken before Giles of Erdington concerning the church of Patshull. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
996
30 Aug. Westminster. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. John Tauntre has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for respite from his knighthood, concerning which he will render one moiety at the immediate St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc. 1 He has paid that gold to Artald etc. and is quit.
1.
This sentence is repeated, and followed by the witness clause.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
997
30 Aug. Westminster. Warwickshire. Philippa countess of Warwick gives the king 40s. for having a writ of entry at the Bench against John de Plessy earl of Warwick and for having two other writs, namely one against the abbot of Oseney and another against Philip Basset. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take security etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
998
30 Aug. Westminster. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Hugh de Nevill’ has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood, concerning which he will pay one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe at the next feast of St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security etc. 1 He has paid that gold and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
999
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid that mark of gold and is quit. John de Selling’ has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for respite of his knighthood to be paid at the same terms. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc. He has paid that gold and is quit.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1000
[No date]. Lincolnshire. He has paid and is quit. Adam de Cranewell’ gives the king half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward for having an inquisition concerning the value of his land. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire etc. He has paid and is quit.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1001
Essex. William Torel gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] concerning livestock taken. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1002
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Henry de Hynton’ gives the king 20s. for an attaint of novel disseisin to be taken before Gilbert of Preston and Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1003
[No date]. Bedfordshire. He has paid and is quit. Richard le Bretun gives the king half a mark of gold for having an inquisition concerning the value of his land, which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1004
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Hervey de Rysle gives the king half a mark of gold for the same to be paid at the same term. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc. He has paid that gold to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1005
30 Aug. Westminster. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Hnery de Heryz has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood and he will pay one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward and the other moiety at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire etc. 1 He has paid one moiety for the first term, and the other half a mark for the last term and is quit.
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Witness clause entered here.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1006
Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. John de St. Claro has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood, concerning which he will pay one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year and the other moiety at Easter next following. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security etc. 1 He has paid one moiety for the first term to Artald etc. and the other half a mark for the second term and is quit.
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Witness clause entered here.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1007
30 Aug. Westminster. For Cok, Jew. The king, by a fine of two marks of gold which Cok son of Aaron, Jew of London, has made with the king, has granted to the same Koc custody of all the chattels of Manasser his brother to hold for the advantage of the same Manasser until the legal age of the same Manasser and that the same Manasser will not be married without the licence of the same Koc just as is more fully contained in the king’s letters patent which he has therefor. He has paid the aforesaid two marks of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and is quit. By Philip Luvel and Henry of Bath.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1008
For Cok, Jew. The king, concerning 2000 m. of silver by which Cok son of Aaron Jew of London lately 1 made fine with the king for himself and Manasser his brother for having the chattels formerly of the aforesaid Aaron their father, has granted the same Cok that he is to render to the king per annum ten marks of gold, as is clear is the king’s letters patent which he has in respect thereof. And moreover the king has granted to the same Jew that neither the same nor the aforesaid chattels formerly of the aforesaid Aaron are to be tallaged by reason of the same chattels for as long as the aforesaid fine of 2000 m. shall remain, as is clear in the letters patent which he has therefor. And for this grant he made fine with the king by one mark of gold which he paid in the king’s Wardrobe to Artald etc. and is quit. By Philip Luvel and Henry of Bath.
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‘lately’ interlined.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1009
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. William de Kyryel has made fine with the king by two marks of gold for respite from his knighthood, concerning which he will render one mark of gold into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year and the other half a mark in the octaves of the Close of Easter next following. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc. He has paid one mark of gold for the first term, and the other for the second and is quit.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1010
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid half a mark for the first term and another half a mark and is quit. Thomas de Bernesfeld has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for respite from his knighthood. He will pay that mark in the Wardrobe at the same terms. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1011
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. Thomas Boterel has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for having respite from his knighthood which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at the same terms. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1012
[No date]. Concerning a fine for respite from knighthood. He has paid and is quit. Ralph de Bokenham has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold to be paid into the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward for respite from his knighthood. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1013
1 Sep. Westminster. For Robert de Brus. The king has pardoned Robert de Brus 10 m. at which he was amerced before the king’s justices last itinerant for the forest pleas in Rutland for trespasses of the forest. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Robert to be quit of the aforesaid 10 m.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1014
[No date]. Essex. John of Ewell gives the king one mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1015
[No date]. Concerning a respite from knighthood. Hugh de Bruttevyl’ has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having permanent repsite from his knighthood because he is advanced in years (senex est). And he will pay that gold in the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take security etc. Afterwards he paid that gold into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1016
[No date]. Devon. Henry Gobolt has made fine with the king by half a mark of gold for having an inquisition concerning the value of his land, which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe at St. Edward which will be in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year. Order to the sheriff of Devon etc. He has paid that gold to Artald de Sancto Romano and is quit.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1017
1 Sep. Westminster. Hertfordshire. Master Hugh de St. Albans who was lately endited before the king’s justices lately itinerant in Northumberland concerning a robbery has made fine with the king by one mark of gold 1 that he may be handed over in ball to the below-written, namely to Alexander son of Richard, Luke de la Grave, Roger son of Thomas, Walter son of Thomas de Waldis, Robert Siward, John Syward, Godfrey de la Hull’, John son of Peter, Gilbert Gotheman of Hertfordshire and Godfrey Wambel, Hugh son of Richard, Hugh son of Hugh of Middlesex. And by pledge of the same he will pay the aforesaid gold 2 in the king’s Wardrobe at the immediate St. Edward.
1.
‘by one mark of gold’ interlined.
2.
‘the aforesaid gold’ interlined.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1018
[No date]. Concerning respite from knighthood. He has paid P. de Rivallis and is quit. Walter de Wahull’ has made fine with the king by half a mark for having respite from his knighthood which he will pay into the king’s Wardrobe in the vigil of the next Epiphany of the Lord. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1019
[No date]. Kent. John of Ospringe gives the king one mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass at the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1020
[No date]. Wiltshire. Mabilla daughter of John Dolyte gives the king half a mark for an assize of novel disseisin to be taken before the king (coram rege) at his next coming to Marlborough. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1021
For the abbot of Keynsham. The king has granted to the abbot of Keynsham, at the instance of Richard earl of Gloucester, 1 that he is to render £10 per annum to the king per annum, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fortieth year and 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and thus £20 through the two years next following at the same terms, and five marks in the last year at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for 50 m. at which the same abbot was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Somerset for several trespasses. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms, and it to be done and enrolled thus.
1.
This clause interlined.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1022
1 Sep. Westminster. For the abbot of Keynsham. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to permit the same abbot to have those terms.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1023
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Robert Rate gives the king half a mark for having a writ [for a plea] of trespass before the king (coram rege). Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire etc.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1024
1 Sep. Westminster. For Juliana who was the wife of Henry de Berneval. The king, inspired by charity and by a fine of 50 m. sterling which Juliana who was the wife of Henry de Bernevall, who held of the king in chief, made with the king, and concerning which she will render to the king 100s. per annum, namely 50s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and 50s. at the Exchequer of Easter until the same 50 m. shall have been paid to the king, has granted to the same Juliana custody of the lands and tenements formerly of the same Henry to have until the legal age of the heirs of the same Henry together with the marriage of the same heirs. And she has letters patent in respect thereof.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1025
[No date]. Concerning fines for respite from knighthood. Henry of Newburgh has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for respite from his knighthood where he will pay one moiety into the king’s Wardrobe in the vigil of the Epiphany of the Lord in the forty-first year and the other moiety in the octaves of the Close of Easter next following. Order to the sheriff of Somerset etc. He paid one moiety for the first term to Artald etc. and the other moiety to P. de Rivallis and is quit.
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This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1026
[No date]. Concerning fines for respite from knighthood. Robert de Munteny has made fine with the king by one mark of gold for respite from his knighthood whereof he will pay one moiety at the immediate St. Edward and the other moiety