Curia tenta ibidem die martis proxima post festum sancti mathei Apostoli Anno regni regis Henrici xiijo



[Much of the head of the roll is illegible]

[1] ... ... in mercy for permission to agree with William Copyn of Wysall in a plea of debt for 8s 4d
[2] Alanus Burdon in misericordia quia non est prosecutus versus Johannem Coryour in placito debiti
[3] Warnerus in misericordia quia non habuit Johannem Sheperd ad respondendum Johanni Wysow in placito debiti
[4] Thomas ... in misericordia domini quia cognouit se debere Johanni Burton seniori xd
[5] Radulphus Bayly de Frisby ponit se in misericordia pro licencia concordandi cum Johanne Burton juniore in placito debiti
[6] Ralph Bayly in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas ... in a plea of debt
[7] Ralph Bayly in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Pegge in a plea of debt
[8] It is found by the jury that Robert Newman of Sutton [Bonington] incorrectly impleaded Miles Balle for detinue of peas worth 13s 4d because Miles was always ready to give the peas and so he is exonerated in court (Compertum est per Inquisitionem quod Robertus Newman de Sutton iniuste queritur de Milone Balle detencionis pisarum precii xiijs iiijd quia predictus Milo semper erat paratus ad deliberandum sibi pisas predictas et ad hunc est condonatus in Curia)
[9] Miles in mercy for confessing to owe to Robert 7s for a horse bought (Predictus Milo in misericordia quia cognouit se debere prefato Roberto vijs pro j equo empto)
[10] Miles in mercy because he confessed to owe Robert 5s 6d ... ... (Idem Milo in misericordia quia cognouit se debere prefato Roberto vs vjd ... ....)
[11] It is found by the jury that Miles should give Robert 20d for the mowing of the croft late Thomas Pegge's (Compertum est per Inquisitionem quod predictus Milo dabat prefato Roberto xxd pro falcacione unius crofti nuper Thome Pegge)
[12] John Bayly admitted owing Simon Breton 3s (Johannes Bayly cognouit se debere Simoni Breton iijs)
[13] Miles Ball in mercy for permission to agree with Simon Breton in a plea of debt
[14] Richard Pypar committed a nuisance