Curia tenta ibidem die martis xxixno die Aprilis anno infrascripto



[1] 2d John de Burton in mercy for not proceeding v. William Mynte in a plea of debt
[2] 5d The warenner in mercy for not bringing William Barbour to answer to John Barbour in a plea of debt
[3] 2d Thomas Clerk pl. v. William Baxtere in a plea of debt for 9s 8d for wheat sold to him last year (pro frumento ei vendito ulteriori anno); def. admitted it
[4] 2d John Walker in mercy for permission to agree with Ralph Irnemongere in a plea of debt
[5] 2d The warenner in mercy loco pluries for not bringing John Basse to answer to John Walker the elder in a plea of debt
[6] 2d Roger Rowthorne pl. v. Richard de Wysowe in a plea of debt for 8s 6d for malt sold to him held back for 4 years, claiming damages of 8d (pro braseo ei vendito detento per iiij annos ad dampna viijd); def. admitted (cognovit) it; damages assessed at 4d (dampna taxantur ad iiijd)
[7] 2d Thomas Howpere pl. v. Richard Scaresdale in a plea of debt for 5s 8d for malt sold to him held back for 5 years, claiming damages of 12d (pro braseo ei vendito detento per v annos ad dampna xijd); Richard admitted 2s 3d and in mercy and denied the 3s 5d (cognovit ijs iijd et erit in misericordia &c et quoad iijs vd dedicit); to wage his law
[8] Entry fine 8s. Robert Hayteley came into court and took from the lady of the manor a cottage in Baxtergate once Simon Whychenore's, which Thomas H, Robert's father, lately held, for Robert and his wife to hold at will according to the manorial custom (Finis viijs Robertus Hayteley venit in Curia et cepit de domina unum cotagium in le Baxtergate quondam Simonis Whychenore quod Thomas Hayteley pater eius nuper tenuit Tenendum eidem Roberto et uxori eius ad voluntatem secundum consuetudinem manerii); entry fine 8s; he performed fealty by the pledge of Henry Hayteley and Thomas Hutte (Et fecit fidelitatem perplegium Henrici Hayteley et Thome Hutte &c)
[9] Entry fine 40s (Finis xls) John Plasterer the younger took a messuage and an acre in Hauerholme which William de Stanton lately held and surrendered to John's benefit (que Willelmus de Stanton nuper tenuit et sursum reddidit ad opus suum); to be held for the three lives of John, his wife, Margery, and Margery's dau, Agnes, at will according to the manorial custom (Tenendum eidem Johanni et Margerie uxori sue et Agneti filie eiusdem Margerie ad voluntatem secundum consuetudinem manerii); entry fine 40s; fealty by pledge of John Bailly and Ralph Irnemongere
[10] Entry fine 6s 8d (Finis vjs viijd) Thomas Fysshe for himself and his wife Margery because of infirmity (causa impotencie) surrendered a bakehouse, (j domum vocatam furnum), a messuage in Baxtergate (le Baxtergate), a virgate, a grange, a sheepcote at the town's end (bercaria ad finem ville), a cottage in Woodgate (le Wodegate), a plot of land at Sekemanhyll', 3a next to Roding, 1a on le lynke, a plot called Crokegate, 3a on le lynke, 3r at Clerkeslesewe, 6½a beyond holmegate, 11a 0r 4p at Dunstall, 4a and 1½a below Wydon', to the benefit of Ralph Irnemongere (ad opus Radulphi Irnemoongere); Ralph came and took them to hold at will according to the manorial custom; entry fine 6s 8d; fealty by pledge of William Prest and John Plasterer the younger
[11] Entry fine 2s (Finis ijs) William Prest took a messuage and a bovate in Shelthorpe (Serlethorpe) which Robert Hode held and surrendered for William's benefit, to hold with all his other lands and tenements (cum aliis terris et tenementis suis) at will according to the manorial custom; entry fine 2s; fealty by pledge of Richard de Wysowe and Ralph Irnemongere