RecVic:1300-1349

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Contents

BEDFORDSHIRE



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BERKSHIRE

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St Helen, Abingdon

1332 Geoffrey, vicar (with Mariota, former wife of Richard de Shypene of Abingdon, John Cokerel of Chelreth as executors of the testament of Richard de Shypene of Abingdon), plaintiffs William Pony, Richard Bishop and Simon le Tavener, all of Abingdon, defendants / John de Harewelle of Henle debt (£20 from William, £10 from Richard, 40s from Simon)/ £20 from John mesne process Link[1] SB



BRISTOL

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BUCKINGHAMSHIRE

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Amersham

1332 Thomas de Coverle, rector, defendant Stephen de Abynden of London, plaintiff Trespass: destruction of bailed document comments: Document evidenced debt of Edward II owed to Stephen under the seal of Walter de Bedewynd (former coferarius of Edward II); it had been bailed to John son of John de Weston to be signed by John de Drokenesford then warden of the Wardrobe, but John son of John handed it to Thomas de Coverle for inspection and he destroyed it Link[2] SB


Drayton Beauchamp

1332 John Mayn, rector, plaintiff John Missumer de Agmondesham Debt of £4 mesne process Link[3] SB



Medmenham

1332 Thomas, vicar (plaintiff) John de Lancarman, clerk (clericus), defendant debt (£15/5) mesne rocess Link[4]SB

CAMBRIDGESHIRE

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Caxton

1332 Jacob de Bolonia, rector (plaintiff) Bartholomew de Verona?, clerk (clericus), defendant Account Jury adjourned to quindene of Easter Link[5] SB



Somersham

1332 Thomas de Stortested, former rector Savericus de Sidyngbourne, vicar of the Fynchyngfeld, defendant debt (£40) mesne process [6]SB




CHESHIRE

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CORNWALL

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CUMBERLAND

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DERBYSHIRE

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Bradwell

1332 Richard de la Lee Simon Rote of London, peleter (plaintiff) v. Richard de la Lee, rector of Bradewelle (defendant) Fieri facias to Bishop of London to levy £35 which Simon recovered from Richard comments Link[7]SB



Crich

1332 Magister Gilbert de Shepton, rector, plaintiff Roger Ganyz chaplain and John Hardy, defendants Account as bailiffs in Crich and receivers of money mesne process Link[8] SB



DEVON

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Bokeland

1332 Henry de Lamele, rector, defendant John son of Nicholas de Ensyng, plaintiff Trespass: assault at Bokeland mensne process Link[9]SB



Thurlestone

1332 Robert de Pynho, rector (plaintiff)with Joan widow of Walter de Pynho as executors of Walter's testament John de Clifford, knight, defendant / Ralph le Rous de Parva Modbiri debt of £14 / debt of £9 mesne process Link[10]SB




DORSET

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Boscombe

1332 William de Codeford, rector(defendant) John Wolnel of London, plaintiff debt of 100s mesne process Link[11] SB




Netherbury

1332 David de Stapelbrigg, vicar, plaintiff William de Marlebergh and Adam de Wodeton, defendants debt of £10/13/4 each mesne process Link[12]SB




Stuple

1332 Thomas, rector (plaintiff) Richard atte Grene de Bolonye, defendant Account as bailiff in Stuple and receiver of money mesne process Link[13] SB




DURHAM

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ESSEX

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Finchingfield

1332 Saverius de Sidyngbourne, vicar, defendant Thomas de Stortested, former rector of Somersham, plaintiff debt of £40 mesne process link[14]SB



1332 Savarius de Sydyngburn, vicar, defendant Reginald de London, rector of St Dionis London, plaintiff debt of £20 mesne process link[15]SB




Greensted

1332 John de Wynton, lately rector of Greensted now rector of Withersdale, defendant Richard de Welleford and Geoffrey de Weston de London, draper, plaintiffs Fieri Facias to recover £6/8/6 comments Link[16] SB



Mistley (Misteleye)

1332 Walter de Swafham, former rector (plaintiff) John le Bakere of Manytre, defendant account as bailiff in Mistley and receiver of mooney mesne process Link[17] SB




GLOUCESTERSHIRE

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HAMPSHIRE

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East Woodhay

1332 Henry de Likerit (plaintiff is Thomas de Menestok, rector of Newenham and Lawrence de Pernestede, Henry's executors) Walter Dyn de Bodmin (defendant) Debt for £40 mesne process; Henry is dead by 1332 Link[18]




HEREFORDSHIRE

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HERTFORDSHIRE

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Newnham

1332 Adam, vicar, plaintiff William le Taverner de Hich, defendant Account as receiver of money mesne process Link[19]SB



Widford (Wydeford)

1332 Thomas de Rede, rector,defendant William de Toppesfeld, plaintiff debt of 40s mesne process Link[20]SB




HUNTINGDONSHIRE

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Wistow (Wystowe)

1332 John Huberd de Kyrketon, rector (plaintiff) William Dyngys of Ouneby, defendant account as bailiff in Wistow mesne process Link[21]SB



ISLE OF WIGHT

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Shalfleet

1332 Richard de Bourne, rector Laurence le Keu de Pernestede Account: as bailiff in Bourne and Woodmancote mesne process Link[22] SB




KENT

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Eselyng

1332 Benedict de Huntyngfeld, rector (and Roger de Estre, executors of the testament of Laurence de Huntyngfeld, and Richard de Carru et Martilda his wife coexecutors). plaintiffs John de Ryfyndon, defendant debt of 100s mesne process Link[23] SB




Newnham

1332 Thomas de Menestok, rector(plaintiff as executor of Henry de Liskereit, rector of East Woodhay (Estwidehay) with Laurence de Pernestede) Walter Dyn de Bodmyna, defendant Debt of £40 mesne process Link[24] SB




Stanford

1332 John de Chelmersford, rector, plaintiff Prior of Huntyngdon, defendant Debt of £66/10/8 mesne process Link[25]SB




LANCASHIRE

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Hale

1332 Elias de Whitele, late rector (deceased plaintiff: executors were Richard de Hakeneye of London, Roger de Feston, Hugh de Whetele rector of Staynton and Robert de Cotum rector of Sudbrok) John de Wenlyngburgh Debt of £55/6/8 Mesne process Link[26]



Pilkington

1332 Hugh de Lameleye, rector, plaintiff Robert Wynylle of Syneden, Robert son of John de Stok, Humphrey de Stok, defendants debt (each £60) mesne process Link [27]SB




Wigan

1332 Robert de Clyderhou / Cliderhon, rector (plaintiff) William de Bullyng (for £27/9/4); Simon Payn of Wigan (for £13/6/8); and Henry Russell of Wygan (for £42/6/8): defendants Debt Mesne process Link[28] SB




LEICESTERSHIRE

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LINCOLNSHIRE

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Maltby

1332 John Neucomen, rector (of Malteby iuxta Beseby), defendant (William son of Eudo de Malteby, defendant) William Conchur, plaintiff Account as receivers of money mesne process Link[29] SB



1332 John Neucomen, rector (of Malteby iuxta Beseby), plaintiff William Cuchur de Trustorp, defendant Account as bailiff in Langeton juxta Hatton and reciever of money mesne process Link[30] SB



South Kelsey (South Kelleseye)

1332 William de Hapton, rector (plaintiff) Gilbert son of Robert Haunsard and Thomas Mortayn and Margaret his wife, defendants (warrantors) Warranty:of land claimed by John, son of Alice and Maud his wife as Maud's dower comments Link[31] SB




Toft

1332 John de Bernak, rector (plaintiff) Bernard Bonde of Stamford, defendant Cessavit per biennium: a messuage with appurtances in Stamford mesne process Link[32] SB



West Keal

1332 Magister John de Cobeldyk, rector John Beluncle of Styvenay, defendant Account as bailiff in West Keal and receiver of money mesne process link[33] SB




Market Stainton

1332 Hugh de Whetele rector (with Richard de Hakeneye of London, Roger de Feston, and Robert de Cotum rector of Sudbrok executors of Elias de Whitele, late rector of Hale): plaintiff John de Wenlyngburgh: defendant Debt of £55/6/8 Mesne process Link[34] SB





Sudbrooke

1332 Robert de Cotum, rector (with Richard de Hakeneye of London, Roger de Feston, and Hugh de Whetele rector of Staynton executors of Elias de Whitele, late rector of Hale): plaintiff John de Wenlyngburgh: defendant Debt of £55/6/8 Mesne process Link[35] SB





LONDON

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St Alban, Wood Street

1332 Geoffrey de Hedesore, rector: defendant John de Oxon of London, vintner Debt for 60s Mesne process Link[36] SB



St Dionis

1332 Reginald de London, rector, plaintiff Savarius de Sydyngburn, vicar of Linchingfield, defendant debt of £20 mesne process Link[37] SB




MIDDLESEX

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MONMOUTHSHIRE

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NORFOLK

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Belton

1332 Richard de Whatecroft, rector (plaintiff) Nicholas de Scolham, roger Gamen and William le Clerk of Belton, defendants Accounts as receivers of money mesne process Link[38] SB




Hale (Hale Holm, Holme Hale)

1332 Adam Talebot, rector, plaintiff John Thorald of Heppeworth, defendant Account as bailiff for his manor in Haleholm M3E3-M4E3) John denies that he had been bailiff, jury summoned for Hil, then venire facias for Trin; Adam Talebot was rector in 1317 (he is earliest recorded rector [39] Link[40] SB



Hardingham

1332 Hugh Lonel (Hugo Lonel), rector (plaintiff) Peter Knyght of Brunham, defendant account as bailiff in Hardingham and receiver of money mesne process Link[41] SB




Mancroft (St Peter Mancroft)

1332 Walter de Burencestre, late rector (Robert de Cranford, executor of his testament, as plaintiff) John Folyot of Nethercote, defendant debt (100s) mesne process. Walter de Burencestre is dead by 1332 Link[42] SB



NORTHAMPTONSHIRE

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Cranford St Andrew

1332 Robert Curzoun, rector: plaintiff Henry de Watervile, chaplain Account: as receiver of £60 from M1E3 to M4E3 Defendant had a letter of acquitance for the time up to the feast of the Apostles Phillip and James 3E3 and denied receiving money thereafter. Issue joined on the time after the acquitance. Link[43] SB



Marston St Lawrence

1332 John former vicar Reginald Glayer of alta Fago and Nicolas de Catteworth chaplain, executors of the testament of John, former vicar of the church of Merston St Laurencii (plaintiffs) v. Walter le Slatere of Cherleton and Robert de Cornewayle de Rodeston, defendants debt of 10 marks each mesne process, John, vicar, is dead by 1332 Link[44]SB




NORTHUMBERLAND

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Doddington

1332 Reginald de Bocheby, rector, defendant (with Thomas Wake de Lydel and John Tely, defendants) John of York, citizen and merchant of London, plaintiff debt (£60 each) mesne process link [45] SB




Embleton (Emeldon)

1332 Thomas de Baumbergh, rector (plaintiff) Gilbert de Halgthton, rector of Quyngeham, John de Staunford and William Donker of Emeldon, defendants debt of 8 marks each mesne process Link[46]SB




Quyngeham

1332 Gilbert de Halgthton, rector of Quyngeham (with John de Staunford and William Donker of Emeldon, defendants) Thomas de Baumbergh, rector (plaintiff) debt of 8 marks each mesne process Link[47]SB



! 1332 | Thomas de Baumbergh, former rector (plaintiff) | Gilbert de Borondon, Robert Barkere, Ingelram son of Peter and John Chapman (defendants) | debt of 12 marks/6/8 each | mesne process | Link[48]SB |-

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NOTTINGHAMSHIRE

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OXFORDSHIRE

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RUTLAND

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SHROPSHIRE

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Edgmond (Eggemonden)

1332 Magister Ralph de la Bolde, former rector (warrantor} Alice widow of Roger de Burton, plaintiff v. Geoffrey Randolf, defendant Warranty: a third of a messuage, 2 virgates of land, 4 acres of meaddow, 60 acres of woodland, 22s of rent with appurtenances in Posenale which Margery, widow of John Randolf claimed as her dower 25 July 1305 instituted [49], as rector in 1318 mentioned in [50] Link[51]SB



Somerset


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STAFFORDSHSHIRE

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Leigh (Legh)

1332 Richard de la Chaumbre, rector (plaintiff) John de Ipstanes senior, John de Lynkeleye, defendants debt (60s from John de Ipstanes/ £21 from John de Lynkeleye) mense process Link[52]SB




SUFFOLK

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Clopton

1332 Thomas de Ardern, rector, defendant (with John de Ardern and Alice his daughter) Robert de Arderne, defendant debt (£9 pounds/2) mesne process Link[53] SB



Risby

1332 Alexander de Totington, rector William de Bethon, defendant Account while receiver of money mesne process Link[54]




Withersdale

1332 John de Wynton, formerly rector (now rector of Wytherdele) Richard de Welleford and Geoffrey de Weston de London, draper Fieri facias to the bishop of London for a recovery of £6/8/6 plus 6 marks in damages comments Link[55] SB




SURREY

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Bletchingley

1329 Richard de la Lee, rector: defendant Agnes, daughter of John de Grenville Debt recognition in the Exchequer in 18E2 for £10 Fieri facias Link[56] SB




Ewehurt (Iwehurst)

1332 John de Euton, rector, plaintiff Matthew Radman rector of Shere (Shyre), David le Walsh and Edmund le Clerk, together with William de Cothull and Thomas Edgar, defendants Trespass Taking of goods and chattels worth £40 mesne process Link[57]SB




Shere

1332 Matthew Radman rector of Shere (Shyre), with David le Walsh and Edmund le Clerk, together with William de Cothull and Thomas Edgar, defendants John de Euton, rector of Ewehust, plaintiff Trespass Taking of goods and chattels worth £40 mesne process Link[58]SB



SUSSEX

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Frant

1332 John Grubbe, vicar: plaintiff John Bussh & Joan his wife: defendants Trespass: taking of goods and chattels worth 100s in Retherfeld Mesne process; Companion case v. Luke, abbot of Bayham and Roger Sherewynd Link[59]




WARWICKSHIRE

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Church Lawford

1332 Roger de Boyvill, rector (de Chirchelalleford): plaintiff William Broun of Warwick and John le Warner of Tachebrok: defendants Debt for £11 Mesne process Link[60]




Wappenbury

1332 Thomas Bretun, rector: plaintiff Hugh de Medburn chaplain, Robert de Wotton chaplain, and John Othe Muyre de Presthorp Account: as receiver Mesne procecss Link[61] SB




WESTMORLAND

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WILTSHIRE

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Fenny Sutton

1332 John de Quybury, rector: defendant Roger Michel de Cherleton Debt for £12 Debt incurred Friday after the feast of St John the Baptist, 3E2; plea of non est factum; verdict for £12 plus £10 damages Link[62] SB




WORCESTERSHIRE

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Clent

1332 John de Honeworth, rector: plaintiff Henry son of Margery Badynol of Duddeley Account: as bailiff in Clent Mesne process Link[63]




YORKSHIRE

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Bedale

1332 Brian de Thornhill, rector (plaintiff) John le Forester, Elizabeth de Fricheby and Thomas Bacon, defendants / Thomas Skayf, William Trut, Ralph Collan and Adam Pye Accounts as receivers of money mesne process; known to have been rector in 1298 and still in 1342 [64] Link[65]SB




Crathorne

1332 Hugh de Neuton, rector Hugh and John de Brighton (querens); William de Pyncebeck of Botirwyk and Sarah his wife (deforciants) Half a mark to settle a plea of Covenant final concord on 12 November 1332 regarding 9 acres of land and 8 acres of meadow in Freston and Botirwyk in Holand; link [66] Link[67] SB




Notton

1332 Hugh de Dyngle, plaintiff Abbot of Burton on Trent, defendant, with John le Harpere, Roger Henry, Roger Edwy, John le Cartere, Roger son of Nicholas de Appleby, Adam Payn and Roger Doge, all of Appleby detinue of chattles mesne process link [68]SB



Scalby

1332 Richard de Aincotes, rector, plaintiff; with Robert de Loudham and Nicholas Blonde, executors of the testament of Isabella, late wife of John Marmyoun Thomas de Burgh and Margery his wife, defendants (as executors of the testament of Richard de Plaiz, with John Salle, Thomas de Reppos and Richard de Depham, coexecutors of the testament) debt (£28) mesne process link [69]SB