Loughtteburgh' Curia tenta ibidem die martis xxviijuo die Maij Anno regni regis Ricardi Secundi xxjmo



The MS is very poor

[1] 2d. Thomas de Whatton in mercy for not proceeding against Robert Cartewright in a case of debt
[2] 2d. Richard Fysshe in mercy for permission to agree with Joan [...]
[3] 2d. John Barbour in mercy for permission to agree with Robert Baxtere in a case of trespass
[4] 2d. Thomas Hutte pl. v. John Par in a case of debt for 7s 4d pro panno ei vendito et ei acomodato detento; John admitted it
[5] 2d. Robert Hulle in mercy for permission to agree with John Walker the elder in a case of debt
[6] 2d. William Fouler in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Hayteley in a case of debt
[7] 2d. William Dextere in mercy for not proceeding against Alice Baxtere in a case of trespass
[8] 2d. Willelmus Dextere defecit de lege sua sicut vadiauit versus Johannem Balle ad ultimam Curiam in placito debiti; John to recover; William in mercy pro detencione
[9] Furnum dimissum. Robertus Baxtere venit in Curia et cepit de domina commune furnum de Loughtteburgh' cum [... ...] voluntatem secundum consuetudinem manerii pro xls de Redditu per annum [... ...] Et nichil dat ad ingressum quia predictum furnum prostratum fuit; fealty; pledges William Keworthe and John Boolfote
The affeerors were John de Burton' and John Pynder