Curia tenta ibidem die martis viijuo die Augusti anno infra



[1] John Luddelowe, William de Burton and John de Burton the younger pl. v. William de Grene in 3 pleas of trespass; def. admitted; damages assessed at 8d
[2] John Walker the younger pl. in mercy for permission to agree with John Walker the elder
[3] John Gamull of Prestwold in mercy for not proceeeding v. John Scheperd of L
[4] John Duffeld came into court and admitted that he owed Joan Fouchere 20s and so [in mercy] and damages are assessed at 20d for detinue &c (Johannes Duffeld venit in Curia et cognovit quod debet Johanne Fouchere xxs et ideo &c et dampna taxantur ad xxd pro detencione &c)
[5] Thomas Dauke in mercy for permission to agree with Richard Furnyuall in a plea of debt
[6] Thomas Hethecote in mercy for permission to agree with John Kyrkeby in a plea of debt
[7] John Coryour in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Luddelowe in a plea of debt
[8] Richard Pypere in mercy for permission to agree with William servant (seruiens) of John Smyth in a plea of debt; pledge Ralph Irenemongere
[9] John Ledus pl. v. John Duffeld in a plea of debt for 28s for a sale; def. admitted it
[10] John Coryour in mercy for permission to agree with William Herryson in a plea of debt
[11] Thomas Colman in mercy because he failed by jury v. John Reynold (Thomas Colman in misericordia quia acidit per Inquisicionem versus Johannem Reynold) in a plea of debt
[12] Richard de Scaresdall' in mercy for permission to agree with Walter Gedelyng in a plea of debt
[13] Richard Pypere in mercy for permission to agree with Alan Burdon in a plea of debt; pledge Ralph Irenemongere
[14] Robert Bodeworthe in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Hutte in a plea of debt
[15] The warenner in mercy for not bringing John Chapman to answer to John Walker the elder in a plea of trespass
[16] Nicholas Smyth pl. v. William Parkyn in a plea of debt for 14s 9d underwritten for Thomas Yeman (manuc[aptis] pro Thoma Yeman); def. admitted it
[17] William Taylour in mercy for not proceeding v. Ralph Irenemongere in a plea of debt
[18] John Cutte pl. v. John Coryour in a plea of trespass
[19] Alan Burdon pl. v. John Scheperd in a plea of debt for 3s for wood sold to him last year (pro bosco ei vendito ulteriori anno); def. admitted it
[20] The bailiff in mercy for not bringing John Bayly to answer to John Slyngesby in a plea of trespass
[21] John Hulle pl. v. William Burbache the younger in a plea of trespass
[22] John Brabayn pl. v. Thomas Walker in a plea of debt for 2s underwritten for Robert Ryder of Shepshed (manuc[aptis] pro Roberto Ryder] in 1410 (anno xijmo); to go to a jury
[23] Robert Baxtere in mercy for permission to agree with Nicholas Smyth in a plea of debt
[24] John Andrewe pl. v. Thomas Spycere in a plea of trespass for trampling hay in his close; jury found def. guilty; damages assessed at 2d
[25] John Barbour the elder pl. v. Isabel Kemstere in a plea of debt for 6s 8d loaned to her at L in 1410 (ei acomodatis apud Loughtt' anno xijmo); def. admitted 20d; to a jury about 5s
[26] Thomas Fysshere pl. v. John Coryour in a plea of trespass for taking away his wood 2 years ago; to a jury
[27] Alan Burdon pl. v. John Coryour in a plea of trespass for fishing in his pond in 1411 (anno xiijmo); to a jury which found def. guilty; damages assessed at 40d
[28] Alan Burdon pl. v. John Coryour in a plea of debt for 20s held back for 2 years; to a jury which found def. guilty
[29] Isabel Barbour pl. v. John Coryour in a plea of trespass; to a jury which found def. guilty; damages assessed at 2d
[30] John Barnard of Kirkby pl. v. Thomas Colman in a plea of debt for 4s 2d underwriten for him against William Forstere two years ago (pro eo manuc[aptis] erga Willelmum Forstere ij annis elapsis); to a jury which found def. guilty