Visus franciplegii cum Curia tentum ibidem xijo die Aprilis Anno regni regis Henrici iiijti post conquestum xiijo



[1] Essoins John Harbard, John Brounsmyth, John Wylowby, William Cutte, Thomas Edward, Henry Hayteley, John Roudeland, John Duffeld, Richard Hortopp, Thomas Yoman, John Weyle, Ellis Barkar, Philip Ecton, Richard de Grene
[2] Mountsorrel
Chief pledge and aletaster: John Pakyngton
Default of suit: John Chaueney
John Reynold baked white bread and sold it and so fined (Et quod Johannes Reynold furniauit panem album et vendidit contra assisam ideo in misericordia)
[2] Barrow and Quorndon
Chief pledge and aletaster: Thomas Colman
Tenements in disrepair: Roger Walker, Thomas Colman
Brewers: John Lewyn x 7 8d, Adam Koc x2 4d
[3] Prestwold
Chief pledge and aletaster: Thomas Smyth
[4] Cotes
Chief pledges and aletasters: William Chaumber and Thomas Irelond
Brewers: Matilda Dylke x4 4d
Default of suit: Ellis Nycholson
[5] Burton [on the Wolds]
Chief pledges and aletasters: David Walsheman and John Roffe
Default of suit: Roger Crusshe
Brewer: John Ayleston x2 4d
[6] Woodthorpe
Chief pledges and aletasters: Thomas Clerk and William Burbache
Tenement in disrepair: William Parkyn
Grange in disrepair: Thomas Clerk
Thomas son of Henry Cade and William son of Geoffrey Humberston', both of Thrussington, made an affray against Thomas Cler (sic) and Robert Clerk
[7] Knighthorpe
Chief pledges and aletasters: John Edmundson and John Lorde
[8] Shelthorpe (Serlethorpe)
Chief pledge and aletaster: John Bayly
[9] Loughborough
Defaults of suit: Robert Gyllot, John Loughtburgh of Leicester, Richard Furnyuall, Robert Bertevyle, Thomas Spycer, William Halle, John Slyngesby, Richard Pypar
For nuisance with muckheaps in Spencelane: John Barton, Thomas Flesshewar, John Bayly, William Prest, John Cartewryght, John Hens, William de Stowe, John Brabayne
John Coryar made an affray against Robert Baxtere
William Bolt made an affray against Henry Purce
Grange in disrepair: Henry Hayteley, John Kylburne, Robert Irnemongar capellanus
William Dextere had a house completely wasted at town end (Willelmus Dextere habet domum omnino deuastatam ad finem ville)
William Dextere presented for the tenements in which he lives (pro tenementis in quibus manet)
John Gedlyng's tenement in le Bygyng in disrepair
John Ferrour's house at town end (ad finem ville) in disrepair
Amy Dextere's tenement in the marketplace (in foro) in disrepair
Ellis Barkolf (sic) caused a nuisance with a muckheap (fimarium)
Alestasters: Richard Flecher and Stephen Brewstere
Common bakers of white bread: Robert Baxter 6d, John de Burton the younger 6d, William Baxtere 4d
Common bakers of horse bread: John Bytham 4d, John Kyrkeby 10d, John Langtoft 20d, William Halle 4d
Common brewers: John Gedlyng 6d, John Barbour 4d, John Bayly 4d, Nicholas Smyth 4d, John Lewe 4d, John Sadeler 14d, John Baron 4d, William Smyth 8d, William de Burton 14d, William Dxetere 8d, John Coryour 8d, Alan Burdon 20d, John Barton 4d, Philip Ecton 12d, Thomas Hutt 16d, Joan Foucher 6d, John Kyrkeby 12d, John Bytham 14d, John Langtoft 14d, John Wardropp 12d, John Blenche 18d, Nicholas Cartewryght 2d, Richard Marchall 12d, Richard de Grene 8d, Walter Gedlyng 6d, Robert Mylleson 6d, John Weyle 6d, Richard Furnyuall 8d, Richard Hortopp 6d, John Cartewryght 14d, Robert Warner 4d, John Ludlowe 10d, Richard Fleccher 4d, William Halle 16d
[Occasional] Brewers: John Kylburne x4 3d, Thomas Flesshewar x2 4d
Comomon tiplers: John Ropar 4d, Robert Baxter 4d, John Smyth of Garendon 3d
[More] tenements in disrepair: Thomas Hethecot cut down 4 ash trees in his garden
Affeerors: John de Burton the elder and John de Thorneton