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1300A: Petition from Abbess and convent of Canonleigh to king and his council in parliament (Hilary 29 Edw I): The abbess and convent request satisfaction of the sum of £672 5s 10d 1 ob given to them by the countess of Gloucester, their foundress, but confiscated by King Edward I -for which they have letters of obligation [1]- King's manors of Bredenach and Kenton mentioned. Note: according to TNA website a similar petition [SC 8/97/4839] is "firmly dated to 1330 by reference to Rot. Parl. Hac. Ined., pp.192-3" SJ

1300B: Petition from Nicholas de Pereshute (Spershete), sheriff of Oxfordshire, to Lincoln Parliament. Reference to account rolls for manor of Stratton which were destroyed in a house fire [2]. According to a Wiltshire Record Society publication [3] the account rolls for 1298-9 and 1299-1300 are missing and this petition might tell us why. See also TNA, PRO SC 8/134/6680. SJ

E1304 A: Parliamentary expenses. Suffolk. Thomas de Bavent & Hugh Pecche v. Robert Hereward sheriff of Suffolk. [4]

T1304 A: Order from king in parliament to proceed in Abbot de Monte Burgi v. William le Henge, Nicholas Paye, et al. [5]

H1305 B: Illegal appeals to Rome. Rex v. Gilbert de Segrave, archdeacon of Oxford. Mainperned for parliament. [6]

E1305 A: Petition of Henry de la Pomeray and Peter Corbet concerning the castle and manor of Tremington. [7]

E1305 B: Rex v. Almaric de Sancto Amando, Master John de Sancto Amando, William de Montacute, Richard Atte Hawe constable of Oxford castle et al., for escapes from the castle and resistance to escheator and sheriff who were under orders to take the castle into the king's hands. [8]

E1305 C: Rex v. Nicholas de Segrave, for raising contentions in the army in the war with Scotland. [9]

E1305 D: In a claim of the liberty of the bishop of Ely in king's bench, the claim was allowed notwithstanding the negligence of the vacancy guardians in claiming before; that determination had been made in parliament. [10]

T1305 E: Procedatis. Ireland. Trespass without writ. Geoffrey de Morton late mayor of Dublin v. Richard de Bereford treasurer of the exchequer of Ireland. [11]

M1305 A: Inquest on lands held by John de Moneinne, hanged for felony. [12]

M1305 B: Petition concerning ejection from a prebend. Ireland. Master Richard de Nugent v. Thomas Cantoke chancellor of Ireland. [13]

E1306 A: Petition of Robert de Borghersh. [14]

T1306 B: Procedatis. Durham. Complaints of the Prior of Durham. [15]

E1307 A: Petition of Hugh de Courteney [16]

E1307 B: Petition concerning Robert de Godesfeld of Sutton. [17]

E1307 C: Petition of Bishop of Durham. [18]

E1307 D: Parliamentary expenses. Northumberland. John de Camhou, knight of the county. [19]

T1307 A: Petition of John Ferrers v. Bishop of Chester, treasurer. [20]

T1307 B: Petition of John, bishop of Chichester concerning prebends of Hastings. [21]

T1307 C: Petition of Thomas de Multon and Thomas de Lucy. [22]

T1308 A: Procedatis. Justices itinerant (31 Edward I). Cambridgeshire. Novel disseisin. William de Befolde v. John, bishop of Worcester, Peter de Leycester, Thomas le Waleys, Bartholomew Osmund, William le Harpur, Simon, parson of Horsethe, & William Niker. Problem had arisen concerning Magna Carta. Eventually to parliament. [23]

E1309 A: Parliamentary expenses. Nottinghamshire. Thomas Malet knight of the county v. William de Chelardeston late sheriff. [24]

M1309 A: Inquisition post mortem on John Walrand. [25]

M1313 A: Concerning prosecutions for the death of Piers Gaveston. [26]

H1315 A: Parliamentary expenses for William Lanwe burgess of Wilton. William Lanwe burgess of Wilton v. Richard Boleiaumbe mayor of Wilton, William Virgo, & William de Button bailiffs of Wilton. [27]

E1315 A: Petition of David earl of Atholl. [28]

E1315 B: Master Thomas de Gerdeston archdeacon of Norfolk and Master Richard de Ryngestede his official made a summons in a case of divorce within the palace of Westminster. [29]

T1315 A: John de Hertpol v. Thomas de Sancto Albano tableter, Roland de Norfolk tableter, William de Norwich tableter, Walter de Rumpayne of Oxford, Richard le Clerk tableter, and Thomas de Yerdele cotiller. Trespass assault. Went to outlawry, and Richard le Clerk was discovered in Westminster Hall. Since malice was alleged in the prosecution, however, the case was adjourned into parliament. [30]

E1316 A: Petition of Peter Corbet and Henry son of Henry de la Pomery, cousins and heirs of Roger de Vautort. [31]

T1316 A: Rex . Walter le Freman of York, Richard de Sifeld, William de Abbey, and Simon le Clerke of York for taking various charters and muniments from the Prior of Malton on his return to York from the parliament at Lincoln. [32]

M1316 A: Petition of Matilda de Rabayn. [33]

M1317 A: Petition of Prior of St. Frideswide, Oxford. [34]

E1318 A: Parliamentary expenses. Kent knights: Henry de Cobeham sr; John Malemeyns de Hoo. [35]

E1318 B: Parliamentary expenses. Dorset knight: John de Alneto. Whereas other knights received 5s/day or at least 4s, the sheriff allowed Alneto only 16d/day. John de Alneto v. John de Kyngeston sheriff of the county. [36], [37]

M1318 A: Parliamentary expenses. Dorset knight: John de Launeye. [38]

H1319 A: Delegation to earl of Lancaster. [39]

H1319 B: Petition of Richard de Tilly and James de Tilly, executors of Thomas de Tilly. [40], [41]

E1319 A: The matter of the heirs of Edmund Comyn. [42]

H1320 A: Pardon of Ralph de Drayton et al. [43]

E1320 A: Parliamentary expenses of Thomas (Gamel?) and Henry Stoyl, citizens of Lincoln, as representatives of the city at the Parliament at York from three weeks after Michaelmas 12 Edward II to December 9; allegation that they had agreed to a daily rate of half the regular rate of 2s per day. [44]



  • T1342 A: Parliamentary expenses: Oxfordshire. John son of William de Oxford v. Richard Kary mayor of Oxford and John le Smyth skinner and William le Irenmonger late bailiffs of Oxford. Expenses for attending Parliament in 15 Edward III for Oxford. Case for 76s.

[45], [46], [47]], [48], [49], [50], [51], [52], [53], [ rcp

  • M1342 B: Petition of Ralpf de Albiniaco. [54] rcp


  • H1343 A: Parliamentary expenses: Wiltshire. John de Bokland knight v. John Maudyt late sheriff of Wiltshire. Expenses of 10ps 4s. [55], [56] rcp
  • H1343 B: Petition of Henry de Somerville. [57] rcp

  • E1343 A: Petition of Thomas de Cotes of Ravensrod. [58] rcp
  • E1343 B: Petition of Reginald de Grey. [59] rcp
  • E1343 C: Petition of Isabella de Hoveston. [60] rcp
  • E1343 D: Petition of William de Langeford knight. [61] rcp
  • E1343 E: Parliamentary expenses. Middlesex. Roger de Leukenore & Henry Wyliot v. John de Pelham sheriff of Middlesex. For 13 ps 12s. [62] rcp

  • T1343 A: Petition of John son of Philip de Newenton. [63] rcp

  • T1344 A: Yorkshire. Petition concerning the forest of Knaresborough. [64] rcp
  • T1344 B: Petition of Edmund de Grymesby cleric. [65] rcp
  • T1344 C: Declaration made in Parliament, 17 Edward III [66] rcp
  • M1344 A: Petition of John son and heir of Alice who was the wife of John de Neweton. [67] rcp
  • M1344 B: Petition of Adam Castelok and Matilda his wife concerning their outlawry. [68], [69], [70] rcp
  • M1344 C: Petition of Ralph de Albiniaco. [71] rcp
  • M1344 D: Petition of Roger son of Roger Beler [72] rcp
  • M1345 A: Petition of Phillip son and heir of Phillip le Despenser. [73], [74], [75], [76] rcp
  • M1346 A: Parliamentary expenses: Kent. John de Hoke and Thomas Darent v. John Elys and Robert de Lincoln bailiffs of the city of Canterbury. Expenses for attending the parliament of 18 Edward III for the city of Canterbury. [77]

H1347 A: Process in parliament concerning the prebend of Banbury against Nicholas de Stretele, Richard de Donewale, and Hugh his son. [78]

E1347 A: Petition of the Abbot of Quarr concerning Hugh de Whitville's grant of the manor of Whitefeld to the abbey. [79] rcp

T1347 A: Further proceedings on the Inquisition Post Mortem of John de Haudlo. [80] rcp

H1348 A: Petition of Gervase de Clifton concerning the flooding of his lands by the River Trent occasioned by the repairs to Nottingham castle. [81]

E1348 A: Petitions of Margaret who was the wife of Ranulph de Dacre and William Langleis concerning the chief bailiwick of the forest of Ingelwood. [82]

E1348 B: Accusation of falsity, sedition, and deceipts against Walter de Jernemuta by Nicholas Bolyet in the handling of royal money; pleading before council; trial in king's bench. [83]

E1348 C: Petition of John Cobat of Ipswich. [84]

T1348 A: Suffolk. Abbot of St Osith v. Richard son of Richard de Amoundeville. Concerning the fair and market at Stow Market.[85], [86]

M1348 A: Bedfordshire. Petition of Master and Brothers of the Hospital of St John of Bedford. [87] rcp

M1348 B: Extents under a statute merchant. [88] rcp

H1349 A: Petition by the Abbot of Peterborough. [89], [90] rcp

M1349 A: Petition of John Dyme relating to lands acquired by the abbot of Kingsworth. [91]


H1351 A: Inquiry about escaped prisoners. [92] rcp

T1351 A: Parliamentary expences. Devon. Process against Stephen Northwyk and Robert Northwyk bailiffs of Great Torrington to pay John Molyns and Robert Hele burgesses of the town summoned to parliament 6 p.s. 12s for their expences, that is, for 33 days each at 2s/day. [93], [94] rcp

E1353 A: Petition of men and tenants of Botheby next Navenby. [95] rcp

E1353 B: Petition of Thomas Gouke. [96], [97] rcp

E1354 A: Petititon of Roger de Mortimer. [98], [99], [100], [101], [102], [103], [104], [105], [106], [107], [108] rcp

M1354 A: Petition of the Prior of the Hospital of St John of Jerusalem in England. [109] rcp

M1354 B: Parliamentary expenses. Rex v. Stephen Northwyk and Robert Northwyk bailiffs of Great Torrington. For the expenses of Robert Molyn and Robert Hele, burgesses. [110] rcp

M1354 C: Enrollment of statutes. [111] rcp

  • T1357 A: London. Thomas, bishop of Durham (qui tam) v. Thomas de Snetesham. Distaint of the bishop's cart and five horses contrary to the liberty of those proceeding to parliament. [112], [113], [114], [115], [116] rcp
  • M1359 A: Petition of John son of Robert Hawkyns of Ludlow. [117] rcp
  • M1361 A: Petition of the Bishop of Durham. [118] rcp
  • H1363 A: Enrollment of response to complaints concerning violations of Magna Carta, purveyancing rules etc. [119] rcp
  • H1363 B: Petition of Thomas de la Bere. [120] rcp
  • E1363 A: PEtition of John Turk son of Margery late wife of John Malewayn one of the daughters and heirs of Matilda Waleys. [121] rcp