Loughtteburgh' Curia tenta ibidem die martis xvjmo die Aprilis Anno regni regis Ricardi secundi xxjmo



[1] 2d. William Tykenale in mercy for permission to agree with [... ...]
[2] 2d. John Walker the elder [... ...]
[3] 2d. Thomas Spicere [... ...]
[4] 2d. Robert Milleson in mercy for permission to agree with [... ...]
[5] 2d. William de Stanton' in mercy for permission to agree with William de Burton' in a case of debt
[6] 2d. Edith Cutte in mercy for permission to agree with Ralph Irnemongere in a case of debt
[7] 2d. Ralph Calfe in mercy for not proceeding against John Lue in a case of detinue
[8] 2d. John Andrewe in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Hutte in a case of trespass; perplegium dicti Thome
[9] 2d. Robert de Croft in mercy for permission to agree with Waleran Stodeherd in a case of detinue
The affeerors were John de Burton' and John Pynder