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M1294 A: Grimsby bailiffs and Foreign mechants. [1]

H1295 A: foreign merchants in wool trade; royal regulation. [2]

H1298 A: claim of court. [3]

E1299 A: claim of court. an adjournment and plaintiff withdraws. [4]

E1299 B: claim of court, adjourned. [5]


E1300 A: relationship between Grimsby and Swallow. [6]

T1309 A: Assault on the mayor of Grimsby. Trespass assault. William Toller mayor of Grimsby v. William White de Ravenesere. Determined by verdict. [7]

M1309 A: William White de Ravensrod v. William Teller, Simon de Holme, William de Lekeburne, John de Castello, & John de Paston of Great Grimsby. False imprisonment. Teller justified that he was then mayor of Grimsby and at that time was holding pleas in the guildhall; White came there and assaulted one William Teinturer then constable of the town with a sword. Hue and cry was raised, and the pleas were impeded. He was arrested. [8]

T1312 A: Geoffrey de Scarthou v. Henry de Cle of Grimsby fisher. Scarthou was bailiff of Grimsby elected by the community to enforce the assize of bread. Cle, after many money penalties, was convicted to the pillory by the court and delivered over to the bailiff. Cle nevertheless evaded the bailiff and resisted him. No verdict. [9]

E1318 A:' Geoffrey de Scarthou of Great Grimsby v. William le Tayntour and Robert Davy bailiffs of Great Grimsby for Margaret, Queen of England. Failure to execute judgment of court of Grimsby in a case without writ between Geoffrey and Ralph de Lincoln of Grimsby fisher in debt for 26s 8d. [, [10]]


  • 1344 A: Lincolnshire. William de Southgriste of Saltfleet-Haven v. Robert de Beesby of Saltfleet-Haven, John del Clay de Burton, Robert del Clay de Burton, William del Clay de Burton, and William Robertservaunt de Waltham de Germethorpe togehter with Walter Ucke. Trespass: taking of goods and merchandise loaded on the ship worth 60 p.s. at Grimsby. [11] rcp