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[1] Essoins: John Chaueney, James Fissher, Robert Chapman, Thomas Staunton, ... Brokeley, Thomas Farnham, Thomas Flesshewer, Thomas Glover, Thomas ..., ... Brounsmyth, Richard Bromhill, John Hutte, Robert Crofte, Robert Harpour, Richard Scaresdale, ... ..., John Balle, John Halliwellehaugh, Thomas Colman, Robert Coberd', ... Ryddynges, David Walssheman, Robert Smyth, Henry Bate
[2] Mountsorrel
Chief pledge: Geoffrey Lammas
John Pakyngton, who held a cottage, has died
[2] [Barrow upon Soar and Quorndon]
Chief pledge: Henry Routhorn
John Virley ... ...
[3] [Prestwold]
Chief pledge: Thomas Iveson
[4] [Cotes]
Chief pledge: ... Irlond
[5] [Burton on the Wolds]
Chief pledges: John Smyth and John Wyloughby
Defaults of suit: Margaret Rempston, John Foluill, Richard Turvill, William Bonyngton
[6] [Woodthorpe]
Chief pledges: William Robert and John Care
Entered into tithing: John Burbache and Robert Wery
[7] [Knightthorpe]
Chief pledges ... Williamson and John Fouler
[8] [Shelthorpe] Chief pledge: ... Wyso
[9] [Loughborough]
[Chief pledges] ... Parkyn, Henry Curriour, Nicholas Jonson, John Cartwright the elder, Thomas Roudeland, John Greve
Entered into tithing: Thomas Bocher Thakker, Thomas Taillour, John Walker
Defaults of suit: John Brokstowe, Robert Wyuyll, Henry ..., John Chapman, William Ropere, Robert Yarondale, John Yarondale, Richard Marchall, William Barowe, John Walker
Thomas Bocher Thakker made an affray on John Bocher Thakker; pledge Richard Bardolf
Thomas ... made an affray on John Barbour; pledges William Irnemongere and John Gedlyng the younger
Thomas ... made an affray on John servant (seruiens) of John Barbour; pledges William Irnemongere and John Gedlyng the younger (plegii ut supra)
Hugh Mainell made an affray on and drew blood of John Smyth; pledge Richard Gedlyng
Thomas Petymore made an affray on and drew blood of Thomas Sharp
William Sparke broke into the house (hamsoken) of Margar[et] Burgeys
Margar[et] Burgeys drew blood of William Sparke; pledge a chief pledge
John Pollard made an affray on Thomas Taillour
Robert Saxilby for a nuisance
Nuisance through muckheaps: Richard Marchall, William Wyght (sic), John Glouere, Isabel Kemster, Margery Bitham, John Colermaker, Richard Bocher, Thomas Yoman, Thomas Barbour
Nuisance through wood[pile]: John Cartwright the elder
Houses in disrepair: John Gedlyng the younger, Robert Saxilby, John Larke, Robert Saxilby at the town's end (ad finem ville), John Greve
Levied too much toll: (ceperunt tolnetum excessivum): Richard Marchall, Richard Greve and William Coupere
John Jay, the pinder, presented that Richard Scaresdale rescued animals from the pinfold
Assessors of bread (Tastatores panis): John Eyton and John Halome
Bakers: William Burton and Thomas Burton
Bakers of horsebread in their inns/households (in hospicia sua): Richard Marchall and Alice Langtoft
Aletasters: John Eyton and John Holme
Common brewers: Richard Godewyn 4d, Thomas Burbache 6d, John ... 6d, John Cartwright the elder 6d, Robert ... 4d, Richard Skynnere 4d, William Ropere 4d, Richard ... 4d, Alice Langetofte 8d, John Bitham 6d, Richard Marchall 8d, Robert Saxilby 4d, John Ludelowe 4d, John Ferrour ..., John Stepyngley 6d, Robert Warner 4d, Cecily Burdon 4d, John Godewyn 4d, Thomas Roudeland 2d, Richard Smyth 4d, John Pollard 4d, William Halle 4d, Richard Bardolf 4d, Thomas Flesshewer 2d, William Coupere 4d, William Irnemongere 4d, William Marnham 4d, Thomas Burton 4d, William Parkyn 6d, John Eyton 2d, William Burton 6d, Henry Clerk 2d
Tapsters (vendunt cum ciphis): John Smyth 2d, John Colermaker 4d, Richard Bocher 4d, John Kynde 4d, William Barowe 2d, Richard Balle ..., John Foster the elder ..., Robert Plomere 2d, Thomas Yoman 2d, John Halliwellehaugh 2d
Affeerors: William Irnemongere and John Coupere