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E1307 A: Trespass taking of goods and chattels (timber and lead). Rental accommodation in Dunstable. [1]



  • M1357 A: Presented that the men of Dunstable--Simon Goseblod, Jon Barbour, Henry Nicholas, William Pyriton, John Averay, Thomas Peyntour, Thomas Yoman, Thomas Wappenham, John Hokkelyne, Thomas Nicholas, John Malot, John Gefferey, Simon Fuger, Roger Stevenache, William Pekham, William Wilfhamstede, Henry Umfrey, William Coupere, William Blechele, Walter Fullere, Robert Robert, John Persely, Hugh de Covyngton, Milo Chapman, John Umfrey, John Heydon, Alexander Duraunt, John Shepherde, John Carpenter, William Prentys, William Hobbes, John Persay, John Teyntour, Simon Campayn, Thomas Fulgod, Simon Gilmyn, John Baret, John Somenour, John Irmugere, Thomas de Merston, Robert Cranle, Thomas Carpenter, William Tumnok, William Wilye, John Merston, William Wotton, William Huwel, John Chapman, John Whitawiere, John Fishe, John Cranle, Andrew Carpenter, William Barlek, Stephen atte Feld, John Rokwale, William Haddon, William Brecombe, Gilbert Coke, William Whatele, William Ferour, William Bowyere, John Ernold, John Foulere, Richard Albon, William Gillyngge, Richard Petyt, John Pegulton, Robert Colt, Alexander Bromhom, John Rede, John Mason, John Coupol, William Coupol, John Blount, Ralph Smyth, William Devete, John Charles, Nicholas Grafton, William Malet, John Dover jr, Thomas Pegulton, William Phelip, and Thomas Piryton and all others resident there--impeded the exercise of the Prior of Dunstable's jurisdiction for eight years and more (thus beginning circa 1349). [2] rcp