Loughtteburgh' Curia tenta ibidem die et anno infrascriptis



[1] ijd. Thomas Hayteley querens optulit se versus Johannem othe Grene in placito transgressionis destruccionis unius rode auene apud Hildetr' cum bidentibus in autumpno anno xviijo ad dampna xld et compertum est per Inquisicionem quod culpabilis ad dampna xijd et erit in misericordia
[2] 4d. Thomas Walker of Cotes in mercy for not proceeding v. Alan Burdon in two cases of trespass
[3] 2d. Giles Jurdon pl. v. John Thresshere in a case of debt for 3½ qtrs of oats valued at 13s4d bought from him (ab eo emptis); the inquisition found the defendant guilty et quod debet ei xjs viijd in toto videlicet pro quarterio iijs iiijd et erit in misericordia &c
[4] 2d. Richard Martyn pl. v. John Boolfote in placito conuencionis fracte de eo quod non reparauit tenementa que tenuit de eo ex opposito stagni[*] de Loughtt' sicut convenit cum eo ad dampna xiijs iiijd et dictus Johannes venit in curia et dicit quod nullam convencionem inde ei fregit; the inquisition found for the plaintiff with damages of 2s; defendant placed in mercy
[*] Possibly the Fishpool by the market place
[5] ijd. Johannes Dextere queritur de Isabella que fuit uxor Lamberti Taylour executrice eiusdem Lamberti in placito debiti xviijd quos idem Lambertus ei debet pro coloracione nigri panni ad dampna &c et dicta Isabella venit in Curia et petit iudicium si teneatur respondere sine speciali an non et postea adiucatum [sic] est per senescallum quod non et dictus Johannes in misericordia pro iniusta querela
[6] 2d. Thomas Huet in mercy for not proceeding v. Margery Ke in a case of trespass
[7] 2d. Agnes Burdon pl. v. Henry Roper in a case of debt for 1 stone of hemp canvas (j petra canabi) valued at 1s, cloth valued at 1s, and 5d in money loaned to him with damages; the inquisition found for the defendant and placed Agnes in mercy for a false plea.
[8] 2d. John Burbache the younger in mercy for licence to agree with Robert vicar of Ratcliffe in a case of debt
[9] 2d. Hugh Barker pl. v. William de Stanton and his wife, Joan, in a case of trespass de eo quod dicta Johanna verberauit eum cum lapide apud Loughtt' viij septimanis elapsis ad dampna xxs et compertum fuit per Inquisicionem quod culpabilis ad dampna xijd; William and Joan in mercy
[10] 2d. John Burbache the elder pl. v. John Lord of Thorpe in a case of detinue de eo quod iniuste detinet sibi Margeriam seruientem eius per iij dies mense Augusti nunc ulteriori apud Thorp ad dampna xld; inquisition found for defendant; Burbache in mercy for false plea
[11] 2d. Richard Fysshe in mercy for licence to agree with John Pynder in a case of debt
[12] 2d. Ralph Irnemongere pl. v. John Hakoc and his wife, Helen in a case of trespass destruccionis vj selionum auene cum animalibus suis apud les Teyntours continue per tres annos videlicet anno xviijmo anno xixmo et anno xxmo ad dampna vjs viijd; inquisition found for plaintiff; damages assessed at 2d
[13] 2d. The same pl. v. the same defendants in a case of debt for 6d pro conduccione jus [= unius] silic'; inquisition found for plaintiff
[14] 2d. John Lord in mercy for licence to agree with John Walker the elder in a case of debt
[15] 2d. Edward Sheperd in mercy for licence to agree with John Walker the elder in a case of trespass
[16] 2d. Ralph Irnemongere pl. v. Agnes de Malton in a case of trespass de falcacione et abduccione herbe prati sui in Brodynges Bowstryng et Hyleyes ulteriori anno ad dampna ijs; inquisition found for plaintiff; damages assessed at 4d
[17] 2d. Robert Thakker in mercy for licence to agree with John de Wysowe in a case of debt
[18] 2d. Margery de Thorp pl. v. Thomas Walker of Quorndon in a case of trespass de abduccione ij carectatarum de plast' de Thorp militis [Knightthorpe] ad Festum Sancti Michaelis Anno xviijo ad dampna xs; Thomas couldn't deny it and so placed in mercy; et dampna taxantur ad iijs iiijd
[19] 2d. John Sadler pl. v. Richard Scaresdale in a case of debt for 7d pro j pare solutarum vendito ad Willelmum famulum suum ad dampna &c ; inquisition found for plaintiff
[20] Fines pro sectis Curie. De Johanne Frankelen capellano et sociis pro fine secte Curie usque Festum Sancti Michaelis pro tenemento quondam Petymore xijd.
The same levied against: Richard Furnyuale 2d; Thomas Beele 1d; William de Stowe 3d; William Fouche 1d; Robert Breton 6d; John Sadler 2d; Thomas Blankamy 6d; Roger Crusshed of Burton 1s; Felicia [...] [...]; Joan Yaroudale 3d
The affeerors were Robert Chakeloc and John Pynder