Eynsham Documents

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T1348 A: Oxfordshire. Abbot of Eynsham v. John Costard de Wolgarcote, Simon Costard, William de Lathebury, Robert Abbot, John Gille, --- atte Northard, William Brid, Henry le Peyntour, Ralph le Cordewaner de Wolgarcote, --- atte Bruggeende de Wolgarcote, Robert le Yonge, Hugh le Follere de Wolgarcote, William Ne--- de Wyghtham, William le Muleward, John Scot de Eynesham, William de Mackeneye, Richard --- de Eynsham, Richard son of Agnes le Yechere, John som of Simon Colyn, Robert Bedeford, ---- Herles, Thomas le Grey, Walter Herles de Wolgarcote, William Hay, William Chaa, John ----, and Roger Lewe. Trespass: breach of close at Eynsham, imprisonment of the abbot, taking of goods worth 40 p.s., assaulting the abbot's men and servants. [1]