Loughtteburgh' Curia tenta ibidem die martis vijmo die Maij Anno regni regis Ricardi secundi xxjmo



[1] misericordia iiijd. Johannes Thresshere de Thorp' in misericordia quia non est prosecutus versus Willelmum Brounsmyth in placito de transgressione
[2] ijd. Johannes Blenche queritur de Roberto Thakker in placito debiti ixd et ille cognouit et erit in misericordia &c
[3] ijd. Willelmus Plumere ponit se in misericordia pro licencia concordandi cum Johanne Walker seniore in placito debiti
[4] ijd. Lex. Rogerus de Galmynton queritur de Willelmo Baxtere in placito debiti: for 7s, unde iiijs pro herbagio j crofti et iijs pro feno ei vendito ad dampna xijd; William acknowledged (cognouit) 4s6d; et erit in misericordia pro detencione &c et quoad ijs vid dedicit unde vadiauit legem et habet diem ad faciendum cum vj manu perplegium Radulphi Irnemongere et balliui
[5] 2d. Nicholas Welymot in mercy for licence to agree with Richard Fysshe in a case of trespass
[6] 2d. William Palfreyman pl. v. John Jay in a case of debt for 12d pro imparcacione bidentium quos habuit in custodia sua ulteriori anno per iij vices ad dampna &c; John denied it and is at law with four oath-helpers (cum iiijta manu), but failed in his wager of law (defecit) and so was placed in mercy
[7] 2d. Robert Thakker in mercy for licence to agree with John Halom in a case of debt
[8] 2d. William de Stanton in mercy for not proceeding against William Palfreyman in a case of trespass
[9] 2d. John Plasterer pl. v. John Lord in a case of debt for 3 qtrs 2 bus of barley at 5s 4d per qtr bought from him (ab eo emptis) at Loughborough last winter; John admitted it
[10] 2d. William de Kirkeby pl. v. William de Bowedon in a case of trespass: iuit sine spere per j diem at haymaking; damages claimed 8d; plaintiff in mercy for a false plea
[11] 2d. William de Kirkeby in mercy for licence to agree with John de Burton' in a case of trespass
[12] 2d. John Pynder in mercy for not proceeding against William Dextere in a case of debt
[13] 2d. Robert Cobd' in mercy for licence to agree with John de Burton' in a case of trespass
[14] 4d. John de London' in mercy for licence to agree with Giles Jurdon in cases of trespass and debt
[15] 2d. John Bretonman pl. v. Edith Cutte in a case of detinue unius gladii ei dati per Johannem Serleson nuper virum suum ad dampna xld; Edith admitted it
[16] 2d. William Tulle in mercy for licence to agree with Matilda Roudeland in a case of debt
[17] 2d. William Baxtere in mercy for licence to agree with Robert Irnemongere chaplain (capellanus) in a case of debt
[18] 2d. John Forstere and William Stowe in mercy for licence to agree with Robert Irnemongere in a case of debt
[19] 2d. John Forstere in mercy for not proceeding against Robert Irnemongere and William Stowe in a case of detinue
[20] 2d. Matthew Walscheman in mercy for licence to agree with John Barbour in a case of debt; his pledge the bailiff
[21] 2d. John [...] in mercy for licence to agree with John Barbour in a case of covenant; his pledge John Barbour (perplegium eiusdem Johannis)
[22] 2d. Richard [...] in mercy for licence to agree with Alice Dextere in a case of debt
[23] 2d. [... ...] in mercy for licence to agree with Richard Furnyuale in a case of debt
[24] 2d. Thomas Hutte pl. v. Thomas Fysshe in a case of debt for 27s 5d unde xxvs vd pro panno ei vendito et ijs [... ei] acomodati ad dampna xijd et ille cognouit xijs et erit in misericordia et quoad residuum dedicit; the inquisition found for plaintiff; dampna taxantur ad iiijd
[25] Lex. John Balle pl. v. William Dextere in a case of debt for 16s aretro de ij [...] venditis detentis ad dampna xijd; defendant denied; waged his law; et habet diem ad faciendum cum viij manu; his pledges Ralph Irnemongere and the bailiff
[26] Finis xijd. Agnes que fuit uxor Johannis Barker venit in Curia et cepit de domina j cotagium exoposito stagnum de LoughtteBurgh'* et j croftum iuxta Cuningar'* eiusdem ville quondam predicti Johannis Tenendum ad voluntatem secundum consuetudinem manerii; entry fine 12d; fealty; her pledges William de Stowe and Ralph Irnemongere
* stagum de L is probably Fishpool by the market place; Cuningar' is Coneygre (the warren)
The affeerors were John de Burton' and John Pynder