Religion Miscellany 1300-1310

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T1307 A: Rex v. Robert de Ellesworth (then changed to Walter de Ellesworth rector of Northborough). Ellesworth went to Northampton and obstructed the perambulation of the forest by dissuading the jurors from taking the oath. [1]

T1307 B: John de Derby cleric v. Ralph de Hangelton & Nicholas de la Legh, John Attelyde, and Nicholas le Seriaunt de Aleburne. Trespass assault and imprisonment. Jury found that the defendants set on the cleric such that the cleric, in fear of his life, held himself in his house for two days. [2]

P1308 A: trespass contra pacem regis brought before Church court against prohibition [3]SJ

H1309 A: Enforcement of a covenant between William de St George and the Prioress of Easebourne that the priory would sustain the divine services at a chapel in Tadeham for three days each week when William and his wife (or either of them) were staying there and two days each week otherwise; the suit had been litigated previously in 21 Edward I. [4]

E1309 A: Forcible violation of the liberty of the chapel of St. Berian in Cornwall. Rex & Matthew, dean of the chapel of St Berian in Cornwall v. Robert de Polhorman late official of the archdeacon of Cornwall, Master William Trenudhys, Robert parson of St Ewnym of Redruth, Hugh vicar of St. Sancred, John vicar of St Paulinus, William vicar of St Sevar, Matthew vicar of St Hillary, Reginald vicar of St Crewenna, & Reginald st St Maderno chaplain commissaries of the official. [5]. See in 1315: [6]; [7]; [8]. And then [9]

T1309 A: Mobbing of Cumbermere Abbey. Abbot of Cumbermere v. Richard de Fouleshurst, William de Fouleshurst, Hugh de Fouleshurst, Ranulf de Fouleshurst, Richard Adecok, William Matheu de Bertherton, Ralph Russel, Ranulf son of Roger, William son of Clement le Feure, Thomas Perkyn, Robert le Fiz Bate, William de le Fountayne jr, Richard de Marchumbe, Robert Savyn, William Savyn, Robert le Cachepol, Nicholas le Cachepol, Richard Bacun jr, Elias le Boghewrighte, John le Noble, William Spurstowe sumenur, Thomas le fiz Hichekyn, William Mariot jr, Hamo le Taliour, William his brother, Richard le Sadelere de Hereford, John le Sadelere, Richard le fiz Coke, 7 Robert Hereward jr, with a huge multitude of wrongdoers. At night attacking the houses and taking 60 pounds and goods worth 200 pounds and killing three horses and assaulting abbot and his men. [10]

T1309 B: A woman condemned in ecclesiastical to penance for adultery and fornication and then excommunicated for contumacy; allegation that her excommunication was not absolved after penance because of conspiracy. Matilda de London v. John of the Felde, William de Bristol, and John de Cuberleye. [11]

M1309 A: Taking of listed ecclesiastical items from a woman's chapel; first defendant tried to bar by alleging marriage with the woman. A common law jury returned that she was not married to him or known to be so. [12]

E1310 A: Novel disseisin used to recover a corrody. Yorkshire. William son of Thomas le Feure de Swyne v. Prioress of Swine, Matilda de Kernetby, Agnes de Ruda, Alianora de Faucumberg, Josiana de Anlakby, co-nuns, Brother Simon de Swyne, Brother Richard de Swyne, Brother Geoffrey de Swyne, conversi. [13]