[1] It is found by a jury that Thomas Glovere owes John Ludelowe 22s 7d for rent of 2 stalls under Richard Bocher's shop windows, leased to Thomas for a term of 7 years (Compertum est per Inquisicionem quod Thomas Glouere debet Johanni Ludelowe xxijs vijd pro redditu ij stallorum forn' et sub fenestris shoppe in quo Ricardus Bocher nuper manebat eidem Thome dimissorum ad terminum vij annorum) from 1423 at a rent of 4s p.a. John had, however, claimed 28s, which claim failed (Et pro eo quod dictus Johannes conquestus fuit de dicto Thoma quod debet ei xxviijs). It is adjudged that he owes no more than 22s 7d (Et compertum fuit quod non debet nisi predictos xxijs vijd). So Thomas is in mercy for detinue, but John for a false claim.
[2] It is found by a jury that Thomas Glouere obstructed a watercourse
[3] It is found by a jury that that William Coupere took ½qtr wheat from William Burton; damages assessed at 5s 4d
[4] It is found by a jury that John Bitham took the flush (vestura) of Edward Brounsmyth's ½a meadow in Thorp ; damages assessed at 6d
[5] It is found by a jury that Emma Baxter, executrix of the will of William Baxtere, owed William Kydnote 1s for meadow
[6] It is found by a jury that Robert Saxilby broke a covenant with John Collermaker, by which Robert agrred to carry a stack of rye from a barn to a grange in le Baxtergate; damages assessed at 6d
[7] It is found by a jury that John Westby owed Agnes Symund 1s over and above the 20d which he had admitted (ultra xxd quos idem cognouit)
[8] It is found by a jury that Richard Maket and his wife, Beatrice, owed Juliana Blount 2s 8d for malt sold to Beatrice; damages assessed at 2d
[9] It is found by a jury that Thomas Taillour owed Thomas Burton 1s over and above the 13d which he had admitted (ultra xiijd quos idem Thomas cognouit)
[10] It is found by a jury that Richard Maket and his wife, Beatrice, held back from William Sauncesonne of Hoby a coverlet value 2s
[11] William Robert is to answer to John Roudeland in a plea of trespass for grazing his animals on his land for the last 7 years at a cost to him (ad valenciam) of 6s 8d; jury found def. guilty; damages assessed at 7d
[12] John Burton the younger is to answer to William Grene in a plea of trespass for grazing his animals on his lands for 3 years and on other lands for 5 years at a cost to him (ad valenciam) of 2s 4d; jury found def. guilty; damages assessed at 2d
[13] William Toft is to answer to Henry Dexter in a plea of trespass; jury found def. guilty; damages claimed were 2s; danages awarded 1s
[14] William Marnham in mercy for permission to agree with John Cartwright the elder in a plea of covenant
[15] William Grene is to answer to John Burton the younger in a plea of trespass for mowing 3r of meadow and hay at a cost (ad valenciam) of 8s for 3 years; jury found def. guilty; damages assessed at 2s
[16] William Grene to answer to John Burton the younger for taking the flush (vestura) of 2½r for 3 years at a cost of 16d; jury found def. guilty; damages assessed at 6d
[17] Robert Bunke is to answer to Richard Whytyngton for feeding beasts on rye from his barn at a cost of 40d; jury found def. guilty; damages assessed at 2d
[18] William Spark is to answer to Roger Parker in a plea of debt for 2s 6d, i.e. 8d which he loaned him 6[d] for 40 faggots sold to him and 16d held back for half a year for 2 materas made for him (de placito quod reddat ei ijs vjd videlicet viijd quos ei acomodauit vj[d] pro xl fagettis ei venditis et xvjd pro factura ij materas detentis per medietatem unius anni); damages claimed 6d; jury found def. quilty with damages of 1d
[19] John Westby is to answer to John Bitham in a plea of covenant for not manuring and ploughing 3a; damages claimed 10s; jury found def. guilty; damages assessed at 2d
[20] William Irnemongere in mercy for not bringing Richard Chulle of Ruddington to answer to John Westby in a plea of debt
[21] William Irnemongere admitted a debt of 33s 4d to Thomas Whatton for the flush (vestura) of his lands in 1428; damages assessed at 1s
[22] John Flesshewer admitted a debt of 5s 8d to William Wyght for everything bought from him last year (pro omnibus ab eo emptis anno elapso)
[23] Richard Dalcok in mercy for permission to agree with William Wyght in a plea of debt
[24] Richard Whytyngton is to answer to Thomas Farnham for grazing his beasts on his grass in 3 gardens at a cost (ad valenciam) of 10s; jury found def. guilty; damages assessed at 2d
[25] John Gedlyng the younger to answer to John Westby in a plea of debt for 2s 4d which he owes him for carrying for him this year (in placito quod reddat ei ijs iiijd quos ei debet pro cariagio ei facto isto eodem Anno); damages claimed 6d; def. admitted 10d and denied 18d; jury found def. not guilty for the 18d and pl. in mercy for a false suit
[26] William Burton in mercy for not proceeding v. William Kydenote in a plea of debt; his pledge for proceeding in mercy
[27] John Flesshewer admitted a debt of 39s 4d to Robert Annesley which he should have paid on 1 November last for beasts bought from him (pro animalibus ab eo emptis quos soluere debuisset ad festum Omnium Sanctorum ulteriore predictum); damages assessed at 4d
[28] Robert Annesley pl. v. John Flesshewer in 2 pleas of debt for 79s 10d for beasts bought from him this year (quod ei reddat in ijbus placitis lxxixs xd pro animalibus ab eo emptis hoc anno); def. denied; jury found def. guilty for all the debt [MS torn]
[29] John Wyso the younger in mercy for permission to agree with John Wyso the elder in a plea of debt
[30] William Marnham in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Pegge in a plea of trespass
[31] William Irnemongere in mercy for permission to agree with Thomas Pegge in a plea of trespass
[32] It is found by a jury (Compertum est per inquisicionem) that William Irenmongere's animals grazed on the rye of John Godewyn; damages assessed at 2d
[33] It is found by a jury that William Coupere's animals grazed on the grass of John Stepyngley; damages assessed at 2d
[34] It is found by a jury that John Stepyngley's animals grazed on the grass of William Coupere; damages assessed at 2d
[35] It is found by a jury that John Roudeland's animals grazed on the garden of ? Fouler so that his leeks were destroyed
[36] William Irnemongere admitted a debt of 3s to William Parkyn
[37] It is found by a jury that William Coupere owed 5s to John Stepyngley ... ...
[38] It is found by a jury that Richard Smyth held back (detinuit) from William Irnemongere ... ... damages 4d