Writings 1251-1300

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People for various reasons made certain writings and indentures to be enrolled in the common law records. They are listed here in the year they were enrolled, and that year is usually the same as the year of the original. The primary concern of this page is land transactions. Other writings may be included, but please do not include quitclaims of all actions or pardons or, generally, documents that were proffered in litigation. Charters of towns and cities should be linked under the name of the town or city in the geographical sector of WAALT.




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  • 1300: 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]- 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"