Curia tenta ibidem die martis viijmo die Decembris Anno infrascripto



[1] Richard Furnyuale pl. v. John Dextere in a plea of debt for 3s 4d from 2 years ago pro Fagettis ei venditis apud Burley; damages claimed 6d; def. admitted it; damages assessed (taxantur) at 2d
[2] John Cook' pl. v. John Banastere in a plea of debt for 12d pro uno fatte ei vendito; damages claimed 4d; def. admitted it; damages assessed at 1d
[3] John Slyngesby pl. v. Robert Baxtere the elder in a plea of debt for 8d manucapti pro Margareta seruiente eius pro blado ei vendito; damages claimed 4d; def. admitted 4d, but at law for 4d secunda manu
[4] William Barbour to answer to Thomas Geryng' in a plea of debt
[5] William Colear in mercy for permission to agree with Ralph Irnemongere
[6] John Baxtere the younger pl. v. Margaret Syngere in a plea of debt for 3s 2d pro pane ei vendito; damages claimed 6d; def. admitted (cognovit) 2s 6½d, but denied 7½d; at law cum iijcia manu
[7] Roger Coupere admitted a debt of 2s to Thomas Flesshewer for wood (pro bosco)
[8] Thomas Spycere admitted a debt of 3d to Thomas Baxtere for bread (pro pane)
[9] Alan Hunte in mercy for not proceeding v. John Byteham in a plea of debt
[10] Finis iijs iiijd. Johanna que fuit uxor Ricardi de Derby venit in Curia et cepit de domino (sic) unum (sic) Shopp' in le merketstyd ... quod predictus Ricardus nuper tenuit Tenendum ad voluntatem secundum consuetudinem manerii; entry fine 3s 4d; et fecit fidelitatem perplegium Walteri Gedlyng et Willelmi Saltere
[11] Finis ijs William Smyth took all the lands and tenements with their appurtenances which John Burbache the younger held in Woodthorpe and surrendered to his (William's) enjoyment (sursum reddidit ad opus suum); Tenendum ad voluntatem secundum consuetudinem manerii; entry fine 2s; fealty; pledges William Bowdon and John Ludlowe
[12] Finis vjs viijd Miles Balle of Prestwold took a messuage, a virgate and 1a 3r 11p in L quondam Hugonis Bardolfe et que Johannes del Grene quondam tenuit et sursum reddidit ad opus suum Tenendum ad voluntatem secundum consuetudinem manerii; entry fine 6s 8d; fealty; pledges not given
[13] Ad istam Curiam Johannes Chaueney de Mountsorell summonitus fuit ad faciendum Juramentum tam pro domino (sic) quam pro diuersis querelis in predicta Curia ad sectis diuers[orum] part[ium] secundum Consuetudinem manerii eo quod tenet tenementa sua in Mountsorell ad voluntatem &c secundum consuetudinem predictam Et super hoc predictus Johannes venit et dicit quod ipse tenet de iure Agnetis uxoris eius quoddam mesuagium cum pertinenciis in Mountsorell de domino (sic) in feodo simplici et hereditate ipsius Agnetis per seruicia xijd de Redditu per annum et pro jd obulo pro communi fine per annum et ad faciendum duos aduentus ad duas magnas Curias ibidem per Annum absque hoc quod ipse tenet predictum tenementum seu alia tenementa de dicto domino (sic) ad voluntatem vel consuetudinem &c et hoc paratus est et verificari prout Curia considirare voluerit Unde petit de [MS torn] predict[a] exonerari super quo preceptum fuit balliuo Curie predicte ad summoniendum quamdam Iuram' [MS torn] Inquirend[o] citra proximam Curiam &c