Curia tenta ibidem die martis xmo die Octobris anno regni regis Henrici quarti post conquestum quarto


[1] misericordia ijd. Rogerus Chaloner queritur de Johanne de Bredon' in placito debiti xd unde ijd aretro de j [... ...]; inquisition found for plaintiff
[2] ijd. Robertus Baxtere queritur de Johanne del Grene in placito transgressionis de retraxione secte de communi furno quod tenet de domina ulteriori anno ad dampna xijd et compertum est per Inquisicionem quod culpabilis ad dampna ijd et erit in misericordia &c
[3] 2d Robert Baxtere pl. v. John de Bredon for default of suit to the common oven; damages claimed 12d; defendant found guilty; damages assessed at 1d
[4] ijd. Johannes Walker senior in misericordia quia non est prosecutus versus Johannem Bosse in placito transgressionis
[5] 2d. Edward Stryngere pl. v. Thomas Heroute in placito debiti iiijs vjd aretro de stipendio suo pro mundacione [... ...] ulteriori anno et compertum est per Inquisicionem quod non debet; plaintiff in mercy pro falsa querela
[6] 3d. Warenner in mercy loco iiijor for not bringing John Lue to answer Alan Burdon in a case of debt
[7] ijd. Johanna de Petymore ponit se in misericordia pro licencia concordandi cum Johanne del Grene in placito conuencionis fracte
[8] 2d. John del Grene in mercy for permission to agree with Joan de Petymore in a case of debt
[9] 2d. John de Bredon pl. v. John Kylburne in a case of debt for 10s for a horse sold to him [pro j equo ei vendito] at Loughborough in Lent last year with damages of 3s4d [ulteriori anno in Quadragesima ad dampna xld]; Kylburne acknowledged [cognouit] 6s8d, for which he was placed in mercy, but waged his law for 3s8d; he was given a day to wage his law with four oath-helpers [et habet diem ad faciendum iiijta manu; his pledge the warenner
[10] 2d. John de Burton pl. v. William de Bowdon' in a case of trespass de abduccione iij shokkes siliginis tercio anno precedenti ad dampna xxs; defendant acknowledged [cognouit] but asked that the damages be assessed by the jury and the damages were afterwards assessed at a quarter of rye value 6s [set petit quod dampna possint taxari per Inquisicionem Et postea taxantur ad j quarterium siliginis precii vjs]
[11] 2d. The warenner in mercy loco iiijor for not bringing Richard Scaresdale to answer John de Wysowe in a case of debt
[12] 6d. John del Grene the elder and the warenner in mercy loco plur' for not bringing Thomas Huet and his wife, Matilda, to answer John de Wysowe in a case of debt
[13] 2d. Thomas Peyntour of Shepshed in mercy for not proceeding against William de Stowe in a case of debt
[14] 2d. John Spencer of Rempstone pl. v. John de Gedlyng in a case of debt for 27s4d pro bidentibus ei venditis duobus annis elapsis ad dampna xld; defendant admitted it [cognouit]; damages assessed at 8d [dampna taxantur ad viijd]
[15] 2d. Thomas Hutte pl. v. William Prestebery in a case of debt for 14s pro alleciis ei venditis ulteriori anno in Quadragesima ad dampna xld; defendant admitted it [non potest dedicere]
[16] 3d. Warenner in mercy loco plur' for not bringing Richard Paynto to answer John Cook in a case of debt
[17] 3d. Warenner in mercy loco iiijor for not bringing John de Tokeby to answer Roger Parker in a case of debt
[18] 2d. John Forstere in mercy for permission to agree with Walter Taylour in a case of debt
[19] 2d. John Andrewe pl. v. William Smyth and John Banastr' in a case of debt for 8s4d per ipsos manuc' pro Willelmo Baxtere; both defendants in mercy [the sense is presumably that the defendants stood surety for the debt]
[20] 2d. John de Burton' defaulted in two pleas of debt with William de Stowe
[21] 2d. Warenner in mercy loco ijrum for not bringing John Lue to answer to Walter Taylour in a case of debt
[22] 2d. Warenner in mercy loco ijrum for not bringing Roger Walker to answer Amice Burdon in a case of debt
[23] 2d. Richard Pegman in mercy for not proceeding against John Sclatere in a case of debt
[24] 2d. John Sclatere in mercy for not proceeding against Richard Pegman in a case of trespass
[25] 2d. Giles Jurdon and his associates [socii] pl. v. Ralph Irnemongere in a case of debt for 30s quos manuc' pro eo [a debt owed to John de Thorneton']; defendant admitted it
[26] Mainpernors [manucaptores] for Thomas Fysshe and his wife, Margery, for a tenement in L, to warrant the services and its repair and maintenance: Simon Breton, Thomas Flesshewere, Richard Fysshe, John Andrewe, John Bailly, and Ralph Irnemonger
[27] Finis iiijd. Robertus Cob'd venit in Curia et cepit de domina iij seliones terre apud Clerkeslesewe continentes j acram dimidiam Tendendum cum aliis terris et tenementis suis ad voluntatem secundum consuetudinem manerii per seruicia inde debita et consueta et dat domine pro fine ad ingressum iiijd et fecit fidelitatem
[28] Terra dimissa. Giles Jurdan admitted to a pecia of land of 5a 3r 7p in Swerdeacr'; to hold it as in [27]. Et nichil dat ad ingressum causa debilitatis seculi set fecit fidelitatem
[29] Finis de xxxiijs iiijd. John Dextere admitted to a messuage and a pecia of pasture in Hauerholme and also to a booth [Bothe] in foro infra Irnemongeres continentem iiijor stall' que Matilldis Broun mater eius tenuit et sursum reddidit ad opus suum per litteram attornatam; to hold as in [27]; entry fine of 33s 4d; fealty; pledges Thomas Flesshewere and William De[...] [Dextere?]
[30] Fines pro secta Curie: respite of suit for the tenement formerly Petymore's until Michaelmas for the following: John Franlkeleyn 12d, William Stowe 3d, Richard Furnyuale 2d, Richard Payn 4d, Robert Breton 6d, William Fouchere 1d, Thomas Blakfordby and his associates [socii] 12d and pledge by William Edward. Joan Yaroudale 3d, John de Lewys [sic] 8d, John Blenche 2d, Thomas Beele 1d, Roger Crusshe 12d