Fine Roll C 60/49, 36 HENRY III (1251–1252)

Membrane 23

1
[No date]. Suffolk. Robert Goding gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
2
29 Oct. Reading. Concerning a custody which is to be delivered. To Godfrey of Liston. Because the custody and escheats of lands to be taken at farm have been committed to him, order to deliver the custody of the land formerly of Alexander of Cookham in Cookham to John de Turberville, the king’s escheator in Berkshire, without delay, so that he might answer for it at the Exchequer. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
3
For Margaret daughter of Gilbert. The king has pardoned to Margaret, daughter of Gilbert de Wrattring’, the half-mark at which she was amerced before the justices last itinerant at Catteshall in Suffolk for a default which she made there before the abovesaid justices. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to be quit therefrom. By the king
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
4
30 Oct. Wallingford. For the prior of Ivychurch. The king has pardoned to the prior and monks of Ivychurch the half-mark which they owe him for pannage. Order to Robert of Stopham, the king’s bailiff of Clarendon, to permit them to be quit therefrom on this occasion. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
5
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Hugh Herre gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
6
[No date]. London. Peter de Frowik’, goldsmith of London, gives the king 3 m. for a writ to have an inquisition. Order to the sheriffs of London to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
7
[No date]. Northamptonshire. The prior of Bradenstoke gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
8
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Stephen son of Ralph gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
9
1 Nov. Woodstock. For the prior of Sandleford. The king has granted to the prior of Sandleford that, of the 5 m. at which he was amerced before Henry of Bratton and his associates, assigned to be the king’s justices at Winchester, for disseisin made against Josceus de Brichull’, he may pay one moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same prior to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
10
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take into the king’s hand all lands of Stephen de Spineto in his bailiwick together with the chattels found in the same lands, and to keep them safely until he has an order otherwise concerning this. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
11
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk to take into the king’s hand the manor of Assel’ with appurtenances, the custody of which the king has committed to Imbert Gwidon and Stephen de Spineto, and to keep it safely together with all chattels found therein until he has a command otherwise. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
12
[No date]. Suffolk. Henry, son of William Fox, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
13
[No date]. Berkshire. Thomas de Draytun’ gives the king one mark. for having an attaint before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
14
[No date]. Essex. Nicholas son of Josceus and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
15
[No date]. Herefordshire. Godfrey de Gamages gives the king 100s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
16
3 Nov. Woodstock. For Guy de Rochfort. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until Christmas, the demand that they make from Guy de Rochfort for 54s. for the arrears of a sergeanty in Winterburn’ in Wiltshire By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
17
[No date]. Hampshire. John de Bottelegh’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Hampshire to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
18
[No date]. Herefordshire. William de Huscemayne gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take security.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
19
For Nicholas Brother, parson of Bow Brickhill. The king has pardoned to Nicholas Brother, parson of the church of Bow Brickhill, the 20s. that the barons of the Exchequer exact from him by summons of the Exchequer of a fine for himself and his pledges because he withdrew himself. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By the queen.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
20
Concerning acquitting a charter. Richard le Marescall’ the Englishman gives the king 11 m. for acquitting a charter concerning land that the king gave him in Cheleberg’ in Dorset from [the fees of] the Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
21
[No date]. Norfolk. Reginald Child, William Botild, Roger de Pulham, Robert de Stanfeld’, Peter de Brecham and Katherine, his wife, Godfrey Venduyt and Clarice, his wife, William le Porter and Basilia, his wife, and Hubert Scot and Agnes, his wife, give the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
22
[No date]. Herefordshire. Osbert, son of Henry de Walinton’, gives the king 20s. for a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Herefordshire to the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
23
[No date]. Herefordshire. William de Holeford’ and Agnes, his wife, give the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Herefordshire to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
24
[No date]. Warwickshire. Amanda de Henley gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
25
6 Nov. Winchcombe. For the bishop of Exeter. The king has given respite to E. bishop of Exeter, until one month from Easter in the thirty-sixth year, from scutage and other demands which are exacted from him and his men by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have that respite. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
26
[No date]. For Walter de Huggeford’. Walter de Huggeford’ gives the king 10 m. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon any assizes, juries or recognitions. He has land in Shropshire.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
27
For John de Venuz. The king has granted to John de Venuz that he may render 5 m. per annum of the £31 which he owed to Pincha, formerly a Jew of Winchester, whose debts are in the king’s hand, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 1 and 5 m. thus from year to year until the aforesaid £31 are paid to the king. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause him to have the aforesaid term and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By P. de Rivallis.
1.
‘namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
28
[No date]. Wiltshire. John de Eston’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
29
6 Nov. Winchcombe. For the men of Norwich. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to place in respite, until Easter in three weeks in the thirty-sixth year, the demand that he makes for tallage by summons of the Exchequer from the men of W. bishop of Norwich and the prior of Norwich in the city of Norwich. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
30
[No date]. Norfolk. Roger de Burgh and William of Swannington give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
31
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Hugh son of Gervase gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
32
For Roger de Mortimer. The king has granted to Roger de Mortimer that he may render 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas forthcoming in the thirty-fifth year of the 40 m. which he owes him for the debts of Ralph de Mortimer, his father, and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer in Hampshire, and 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit him to have the aforesaid respite from the aforesaid 20 m. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
33
For Franc de Bohun. The king has granted to Franc de Bohun that he may render £40 each year of the 164 m. which he owes him for pledging, namely £20 at Easter and £20 at Michaelmas, until the aforesaid 164 m. are paid to the king, the first term beginning at Easter in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
34
8 Nov. Gloucester. For John le Gras. The king has pardoned to John le Gras the 20s. at which he was amerced before R. of Thirkleby and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the common pleas in Devon. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause John to be quit from the aforesaid 20s. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
35
9 Nov. Gloucester. For William de St. Leger. The king has given respite to William de St. Leger from the £12 12s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer until Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William to have the same respite. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
36
For Hugh de Hocour’. Hugh de Hocour’ of Staffordshire gives the king 100s. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries or recognitions. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
37
For the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England. The king has given respite to the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England from all debts and demands, both concerning assarts and other things pertaining to him and his men, until the quindene of Easter in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have the aforesaid respite. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
38
For the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England. The king has given respite to the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England from all debts and demands, both concerning assarts and other things pertaining to him and his men, until the quindene of Easter in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have the aforesaid respite. 1 By the king.
1.
This verbatim second version of this entry appears to be an error but it has not been cancelled.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
39
[No date]. Gloucestershire. John Clerebaud’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
40
He has paid it in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit. Gilbert de Sancto Laudo gives the king 10 m. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon any assizes, juries or recognitions. He has land in Lincolnshire. In [testimony] of which etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
41
[No date]. Sussex. Thomas de Iford’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Sussex to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
42
For the prioress of Aconbury. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until Michaelmas in one month in the thirty-sixth year, the demand for £8 that they make from the prioress of Aconbury for the land she holds from the king at farm in Aconbury. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
43
[No date]. Surrey. John de Dunley gives the king one mark for taking an attaint before William le Breton and Reginald of Cobham. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
44
[No date]. Herefordshire. William de La Stowe gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
45
For Margaret de Geveny. The king has given respite to Margaret de Geveny, until Pentecost in the thirty-sixth year, from the half-mark that is exacted from her by summons of the Exchequer for default. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit her to have that respite. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
46
For the men of the prior of the Hospital of St. Bartholomew, Gloucester. Order to the constable of Gloucester castle to place in respite, until Easter, the demand that he makes from the men of the prior of the Hospital of St. Bartholomew, Gloucester, for the tine of ale, and in the meantime to deliver his goods that were seized as distress for this reason. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
47
[No date]. Surrey. Henry of Chertsey gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
48
12 Nov. Gloucester. For the abbess of Romsey. The abbess of Romsey gives the king 5 m. for having her liberty back that was taken into the king’s hand for a trespass. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to cause her to have that liberty back. She has land in Wiltshire. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
49
Concerning a fine for the prior of Much Wenlock. The prior of Much Wenlock gives the king 300 m. that he might enclose his park of Oxonebol’ and to hold that park closed, of which the king has granted him that he may render 100 m. at Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 100 m. at Easter in the thirty-seventh year, and 100 m. at Easter in the thirty-eighth year. He has land in Shropshire. By the king and council.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
50
[No date]. Concerning amercements before the king (coram Rege). William de Tracy is amerced before the king (coram Rege) at 40s. for a disseisin that he made against Robert Walerand in Gloucestershire. The pledges of the same W. are Thomas Tailor of Doynton and Thomas le Messer of Doynton.
a.
This is the first surviving entry on the corresponding originalia roll, E 371/17, which is very badly damaged, having lost both margins for the first half of the membrane. This means any marginal annotations for the affected entries have been lost.
51
13 Nov. Tewkesbury. Oxfordshire. The prior of Ogbourne and Roger de Codesford’ gives the king 2 m. for having an attaint before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Woodstock. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, and other text has also been lost.
52
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. William d’Evreux gives the king 5 m. for a charter to have a warren in all of his demesne lands. 1 He is to render 11 m. to the king for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery.
1.
The next sentence is added by another hand to correct the following, which is cancelled by expunction: ‘The king has pardoned to the same the 11 m. which he ought to have paid him for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery’.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, and other text has also been lost.
b.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, is the following ‘And he has land in Herefordshire’.
53
Concerning a fine for the men of Archenfield. The men of Archenfield give the king 200 m. so that all of the land of Archenfield might be disafforested, of which 200 m. the king has granted them that they may render 50 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 50 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 100 m. thus in the following year at the same terms.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, and other text has also been lost.
54
Lincolnshire. Walter of Welbourn gives the king one mark for a pone [to remove a plea] before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
55
[No date]. Leicestershire. Lucy of Montgomery gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master [Simon] of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
56
For a Jew. Samuel Blund, Jew, has asked the king that he be tallaged according to [the value of] his chattels for the tallage of 3500 m. just as other Jews of the community of London are tallaged. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews that if it seems to them that this would be to the king’s advantage, they are to cause it to be done thus. Order to the same justices to take security from the aforesaid [Samuel] Blund for half a mark of gold to the king’s use for this writ. By the king.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1. Other text has also been lost and this entry ends ‘[He has paid this to] P. Chaceporc etc. and he is quit’.
57
[No date]. Essex. Hervey son of Luke gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
58
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The prior of Kyme gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
59
17 Nov. Worcester. For the prioress of Amesbury. Order to the keeper of the forest of Chute and the agistors of the same forest to place in respite the demand that they make from the prioress of Amesbury for pannage for her demesne pigs, until Easter in 15 days. If they have made any distraint upon her for the aforesaid reason, they are to release it without delay until the aforesaid term. By J. of Lexington.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
60
Herefordshire. Roger le Engleys gives the king 20s. for having an attaint before the justices at the first session. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
61
[No date]. Because otherwise below. Master Henry de Stratford’ gives the king 4 m. for having an attaint before the king (coram Rege). 1 Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc. 2
1.
Corrected from ‘before Robert Walerand’.
2.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. See no. 212.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
62
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Thomas son of William gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
63
19 Nov. Feckenham. Concerning the vill of Droitwich, which has been committed at farm. By the pledge of the whole of the king’s villate of Droitwich, the king has committed that vill with appurtenances to William son of Alan, Phillip Clech, Alan Coleware, Adam Buth, Hugh de Froxmere, Andrew Prior and Simon Alain, to hold at farm until the end of six years by rendering £80 blanched to the king at the Exchequer, of which they are to render a moiety at Easter and the other moiety at Michaelmas. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the abbot of Pershore.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
64
For the men of James de Cloptun’. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to place in respite, until Hilary in 15 days in the thirty-sixth year, the distraint that they cause to be made upon the men in Clopton’ of James de Cloptun’, who is in the custody of Peter de Montfort, for the debts in which John de Clopton’, James’s father, was bound to Gamalielus the Jew of Oxford, provided however that the tallage of the Jews is not diminished on account of this respite. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
65
20 Nov. Lichfield. For W. bishop of Worcester. Order to the king’s stewards and bailiffs of Feckenham to place in respite, until Hilary, the demand that they make from W. bishop of Worcester for his assarts in the same forest that have not been valued for rent. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 22

66
For W. bishop of Worcester. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire that, having made attachment for the plea vee de naam concerning the hundred 1 of W. bishop of Worcester of Oswaldslow, 2 they are to place that plea in respite until Christmas next to come, because the king has granted that respite to the aforesaid bishop. By the king
1.
Corrected from ‘the lands’.
2.
‘of Oswaldslow’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
67
21 Nov. Lichfield. For Walter le Porter. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, the demand for the 20 m. which remain to be rendered of the 30 m. at which Walter le Porter was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Sussex for digging up a wood and which 20 m. are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
68
Concerning a fine of gold. William Bagod of La Hyde gives the king £10 for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., of which he is to render a moiety in the king’s Wardrobe, in order to buy gold therewith, 1 at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at Michaelmas next following. By the king.
1.
‘in order to buy gold therewith’ interlined.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, and other text has also been lost, including details of in which county he held his lands.
69
Worcestershire. William of Handsacre gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take security.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
70
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Hugh of Mancetter owes the king 11 m. for acquitting from [the fees of] the Chancery the charter which the king granted him for having a warren, of which he is to render a moiety at Easter in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at Michaelmas next following. By the king.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, and other text has also been lost.
71
[No date]. Warwickshire. William of Hillmorton gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
72
24 Nov. Tutbury. Buckinghamshire. Joan, daughter of Hawise de Shirinton’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
73
Staffordshire. John Morel gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
74
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert de Sidenham’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Northamptonshire to the justices of the Bench at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
75
[No date]. Leicestershire. Thomas, son of Ralph de Meysham’, gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane any marginal annotation ‘S’’ beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
76
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The prior of Trentham gives the king 12 m. for a charter to have a warren in his demesne lands of Trentham, Wall Grange and Elkstone in Staffordshire and for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery. By R. fitz Nicholas.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
b.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, is the following ‘And he has land in Staffordshire’.
77
For William of Englefield. Because the king has heard by an inquisition which he ordered to be taken by the sheriff of Norfolk that Seman of Bintree, who feloniously killed Ralph le Neuman, held one messuage and eight acres of land with appurtenances in Bintree of William of Englefield, and that the same William has made fine with the king by half a mark for having the year and day which pertains to the king therefrom, order to the aforesaid sheriff of Norfolk that, having accepted security from William for rendering the aforesaid half-mark to the king, he is to cause him to have full seisin of the aforesaid messuage and land as his escheats. By the king.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane the marginal annotations beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, and other text has also been lost.
b.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, reads ‘Berkshire’.
78
26 Nov. Nottingham. For Geoffrey de Burdeleys. The king has taken the homage of Geoffrey de Burdeleys, brother and heir of Hugh de Burdeleys, for all lands and tenements that Hugh, his brother, held from the king in chief, and the king has rendered all of the aforesaid lands and tenements to him. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from Geoffrey for rendering 10 m. to the king at his Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, for his relief, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements formerly of the same Hugh of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died. By R. fitz Nicholas.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, reads ‘Norfolk’.
79
For the citizens of London. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until Hilary in 15 days, the demand they make by summons of the Exchequer from the citizens of London for £7 of the farm of the sheriffs, £53 16s. 8d. for the aid to marry the king’s sister, and 200 m. of an amercement because they did not have John de Coudres. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
80
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William Spaer of Blyton gives the king 40s. for taking an attaint before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
81
29 Nov. Nottingham. Concerning underwood to be sold in the park of Melbourne. Order to the bailiff of Melbourne to cause the king’s underwood in his park of Melbourne to be sold by the view and testimony of law-worthy men as it will seem best to him for the king’s profit, so that he shall answer for the issues of that sale to the king at the Exchequer. By R. fitz Nicholas.
82
29 Nov. Nottingham. For Eudo of Shelfanger. The king has pardoned to Eudo of Shelfanger, keeper of the land and heir of Robert of Shottesbrooke, the 20s. which are exacted from the aforesaid heir by summons of the Exchequer for the debts of the aforesaid Robert, his father. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the aforesaid heir to be quit from the aforesaid 20s. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
83
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Isabella, who was the wife of Gilbert of Bedford, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security.
[in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane any marginal annotation ‘S’’ beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
84
1 Dec. Nottingham. For Ernald Cotin. The king has pardoned to Ernald Cotin the £10 which the king granted him cash down to be taken at the Exchequer over and above his annual fee of £20 that the king granted him to take each year at the Exchequer of Hilary. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Ernald to be quit from the aforesaid £10. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
85
[No date]. Rutland. Henry Muredak gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Rutland to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane any marginal annotation ‘S’’ beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
86
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. William de Hagh’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane any marginal annotation ‘S’’ beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
87
[No date]. Rutland. Richard Basset gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Rutland to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane any marginal annotation ‘S’’ beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
88
[No date]. Essex. Robert of Wimbish gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane any marginal annotation ‘S’’ beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
89
[No date]. Leicestershire. John de Ledbroc and Joan, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
90
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for Robert Basset. Robert Basset, sheriff of Northamptonshire, gives the king 2 m. of gold, which he is to pay before Easter next to come in the king’s Wardrobe, for all trespasses of which he is accused from the time when he was sheriff of the same county up until Sunday next after St. Andrew the Apostle in the thirty-sixth year. 1 Later, he paid and is quit, namely to E. of Westminster. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
Authority clause entered here. What follows is entered by another hand.
91
3 Dec. Nottingham. For the abbot of St. Albans. The king has pardoned to the abbot of St. Albans 10 m. of the 50 m. at which he was amerced before him (coram Rege) for several trespasses against Geoffrey of Childwick, and has granted him that he may render 20 m. per annum of the remaining 40 m., namely 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following and the remaining 20 m. in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the aforesaid abbot to be quit from the aforesaid 10 m. and to have the aforesaid terms for the remaining 40 m. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
92
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Robert of Ashbourne gives the king half a mark of gold for a charter to have a warren in his lands in Derbyshire and for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery. By R. fitz Nicholas.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, reads ‘Nottinghamshire’.
93
Concerning a fine for having a charter. Ralph de Frescheville owes the king 11 m. for acquitting from [the fees of] the Chancery the charter that the king made for him for having a warren in all of his demesne lands. By P. de Rivallis.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, reads ‘Nottinghamshire’.
b.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, is the following ‘He has land in Nottinghamshire’.
94
7 Dec. Nottingham. For Aubrey de Burton’. The king has granted to Aubrey de Burton’ that he may pay 40s. per annum of the £58 8s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the arrears of the farm of the king’s manor of Silverstone, namely 20s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, 20s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 40s. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £58 8s. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Aubrey to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
95
Concerning underwood that is to be sold. Order to John son of Hugh, the king’s escheator of Kesteven, that, having taken with him four law-worthy knights, 1 he is to cause the underwood of the wood of Eston’, which is in his custody, to be sold by the view of the same four knights as it will seem better for the king’s advantage, so that he shall answer the king at the Exchequer for the monies arising therefrom. By the king.
1.
‘knights’ interlined.
96
8 Dec. Nottingham. Concerning taking Westminster abbey into the king’s hand. Order to Edward of Westminster to take into the king’s hand the abbey of Westminster, vacant by the death of Richard, formerly abbot of the same, and to keep it safely so that from the issues of the lands formerly of the same abbot he causes a precious cope to be bought for the use of the same abbey, and to cause a large cloth to be made in the style of the large cloth which, at the king’s command, he caused to be made, to hang on the other side of the choir of the same abbey opposite the aforesaid cloth. He is also to cause a 1 cloth of gold to be bought to cover the tomb of the aforesaid abbot, and he is not to omit to cause the feast of St. Edward to be celebrated as solemnly as usual on account of the death of the same abbot, so that the venerable fathers the bishops of Ely and Chichester shall lie in the aforesaid abbey. 2 By the king.
1.
‘great’ crossed through here.
2.
Authorisation clause added by another hand in a slightly darker ink.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
97
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Geoffrey de St. Medard and Margaret, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc..
[S’, in the Roll]
98
For Henry Martin and Agnes, his wife. The king has pardoned to Henry Martin and Agnes, his wife, the 6s. which are exacted from them by summons of the Exchequer for trespass of the forest. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to permit them to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
99
For Bela the Widow. The king has pardoned to Bela the Widow the 12s. which are exacted from her by summons of the Exchequer for trespass of the forest. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to permit her to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
100
Kent. Robert de Auberville gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
101
10 Dec. Nottingham. Concerning a fine for having a liberty. He has paid in the Wardrobe and is quit. Robert of Handascre gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon any assizes, juries or recognitions, which he is to render to the king in his Wardrobe at Hilary. 1 He has land in Warwickshire. 2 Later, he paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the same, and is quit. By the king.
1.
The witness clause is entered here. What follows is added by another hand.
2.
A third hand completes this entry.
a.
In the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, the Hilary term is omitted. Instead, this entry ends ‘which he has paid to the king in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., and he is quit’. This is suggestive that the originalia roll in this case was drawn up at some distance in time from the fine roll.
102
[No date]. Derbyshire. William, son of William of Montgomery, gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
103
[No date]. Derbyshire. Robert de Wynefeud gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
104
[No date]. Because he has surrendered the writ. Henry Tyrel and Ralph Phillip of Eversholt give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he has surrendered the writ. The entry is marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
105
11 Dec. Nottingham. For William of Tickencote. The king has granted to William of Tickencote that he may pay 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the 40 m. at which he was amerced before him (coram Rege) for several trespasses of which he was convicted before William le Breton and William of Axmouth, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year, and 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, in order to buy gold therewith. 1 Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
1.
‘in order to buy gold therewith’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
106
For Leodegar’, parson of Watton’. At the instance of A. bishop-elect of Winchester, the king has pardoned to Leodegar’, parson of the church of Whatton’, the 20 m. at which he was amerced for trespass of the forest. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit from the aforesaid 20 m. and to cause his goods and chattels, arrested for this reason, to be delivered to him. By P. de Rivallis.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
107
Leicestershire. John de Daundeby gives the king one mark for having a writ concerning breach of the peace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
108
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a liberty. Henry of Mapleton of Derbyshire gives the king 100s. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc. By the king in order to buy gold.
[S’, in the Roll]
109
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a liberty. William de Meysham’ of Derbyshire and Leicestershire gives the king £10 for having the liberty namely that he be not placed upon assizes, juries or recognitions etc. By the king in order to buy gold.
[S’, in the Roll]
110
[No date]. They have paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and are quit. The men of the manor of William de Ferrers, earl of Derby, of Higham Ferrers give the king £10 for having his confirmation of having a liberty, which they are to pay in the Wardrobe at Hilary in order to buy gold therewith. The aforesaid manor is in Northamptonshire. 1 Later, they paid this in the king’s Wardrobe at Yardley and are quit.
1.
What follows is entered by the same hand that wrote the marginal comment.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane at this point the marginalia and some text of this entry have been lost in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
b.
In the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1, this entry ends ‘which they have paid to the king in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., in order to buy gold therewith’.
111
13 Dec. Clipstone. For W. earl of Derby. The king has pardoned to William de Ferrers, earl of Derby, the 100 m. in which he was bound to him of the £100 at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege) for a false claim against Alan de Winterhull’. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
112
For W. earl of Derby. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to permit him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
113
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William Scot and Hawise, his wife, give the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane any marginal annotation ‘S’’ beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
114
16 Dec. Hodsock. For Richard, son of John Faber of Karebroc’. The king has granted to Richard, son of John Faber of Karebroc’, that he may render half a mark at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year of the 40s. at which he was amerced before H. of Bath and his associates, justices last itinerant in Norfolk, half a mark at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-seventh year, and half a mark thus from year to year at the same term until he has paid the aforesaid 40s. to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
115
For Richard, son of John Faber of Karebroc’. Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Norfolk.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
116
[No date]. Yorkshire. Peter de Cunesburg’ and Agnes, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an attaint before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane any marginal annotation ‘S’’ beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
117
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Simon, son of Alexander de Northletherton’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin 1 before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘of novel disseisin’ interlined.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane any marginal annotation ‘S’’ beside this entry have been lost on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 1.
b.
For an entry not recorded in the Fine Roll but entered on the Originalia Roll in this chronological sequence see no. 1320 below.

Membrane 21

118
23 Dec. York. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The prior of Warter gives the king £10 for a charter to have a market and fair at Warter, of which he has paid 100s. in the king’s Wardrobe, and he is to pay the remaining 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year. 1 Later, he paid 100 for Easter term and is quit of everything. He has a writ to the barons of the Exchequer.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
What follows is added in another hand.
a.
Due to damage to the membrane some text has been lost in this entry on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2. However, it is noted that the prior paid the first 100s. ‘immediately in the king’s Wardrobe’.
b.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, reads ‘Yorkshire’.
119
[No date]. Staffordshire. Alina Murdac gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
120
For R. de Quincy, earl of Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to place in respite the distraint that he makes upon R. de Quincy, earl of Winchester, for default and trespass of the forest, until Easter in one month in the thirty-sixth year. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
121
[No date]. Essex. Robert Filliol and Sabina, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
122
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Beatrice de Verly gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
123
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Robert of Ludford and Margaret, his wife, give the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin the aforesaid Roger. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane some text has been lost in this entry on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2.
124
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Juliana, who was the wife of William Wambeys, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
Due to damage to the membrane some text has been lost in this entry on the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2.
125
26 Dec. York. For Robert de Mares. Later, he paid that half-mark in the Wardrobe and is quit. The king has granted to Robert de Mares that, for those 10 m. which he ought to have paid him at the Exchequer at Christmas in the thirty-sixth year, he may render half a mark 1 of gold at the Purification of the Blessed Mary next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite. By the king.
1.
Corrected from ‘one mark’.
a.
This entry is rendered as follows in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2: ‘Robert de Mares has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., for the 10 m. which he ought to have paid at the Exchequer at Christmas, and he is quit’.
126
For the prior of Bridlington. The king has granted to the prior of Bridlington that he may render £25 at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the £100 at which he was amerced the justices last itinerant in Yorkshire for receiving certain malefactors, £25 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, £25 at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £25 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
127
28 Dec. York. For Peter Branch. The king has pardoned to Peter Branch the £16 14s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the surplus of his wages that he received at the Exchequer at the time when he was in the king’s service in Gascony in compensation for a horse of value that he lost there at the aforesaid time. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
128
29 Dec. York. For N., formerly bishop of Durham. The king has pardoned to the venerable father in Christ N., formerly bishop of Durham, the 10 m. at which he was amerced G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, for trespass of venison. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same bishop to be quit from the aforesaid 10 m. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
129
Concerning a fine for having a liberty. Geoffrey de Burnavill’ gives the king £10 for having the liberty that he be not placed upon any assizes, juries or recognitions, which £10 he paid in the king’s Wardrobe on Saturday next after St. Thomas the Martyr in order to buy gold therewith, and he is quit.
130
For Robert de Ros. The king has granted to Robert de Ros, who has taken to wife Isabella, daughter and heiress of William d’Aubigny, that he may render 100 m. per annum at the Exchequer of all debts in which William was bound to the king, and concerning which the king had granted Robert previously that he was to render 200 m. per annum at the Exchequer, at the same terms at which he was bound to render the aforesaid 200 m. until the aforesaid debts have been fully paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. of Lexington.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
131
30 Dec. York. Concerning a fine for a charter. Gaceus de Chaumunt gives the king 11 m. for having a charter to enfeoff him with land formerly of Stephen de Spineto and for acquitting the same from [the fees of] the Chancery. That land is in Yorkshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
132
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Walter de Weimeles gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
133
[No date]. Concerning the chattels of hanged men. Memorandum that Robert Vavassur, sheriff of Nottinghamshire, ought to answer the king for 48s. from the chattels of men hanged the justices assigned to deliver the king’s gaol of Nottingham Christmas upon the king’s arrival there.
134
[No date]. Lancaster. John de Cancefeud’ gives the king 20s. for having a writ ad terminum at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to take etc.
[in the Roll]
135
[No date]. Suffolk. Richard of Cockfield gives the king 40s. for taking an attaint William le Breton and Robert Savage. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
136
3 Jan. Thorp’. For John son of Bernard. The king has granted to John son of Bernard, his valet, that, of the debt in which he is bound to him, of which he pays 20 m. per annum at the Exchequer, namely 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter and 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, he may henceforth pay 10 m. per annum at the same terms, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and 10 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid debt is paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause John to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
137
Later, he paid this in the king’s Wardrobe at Woodstock on Sunday next after St. Vincent and is quit. Rocelin de Fos, Master of the Knights of the Temple in England, gives the king one mark of gold for having his confirmation of an agreement made between him and Peter of Rochester concerning the manor of Rywehal’.
138
For the prioress and nuns of Sinningthwaite. To the barons of the Exchequer and the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews. The king has pardoned to the prioress and nuns of Sinningthwaite the 12 m. which are exacted from them by summons of the Exchequer for the portion of a Jewish debt falling to them from the Jewish debts in which Henry son of Guy was bound to the king for the lands and tenements formerly of the same Henry that the same nuns hold in Bilton. Order to the same justices to cause the same nuns to be quit from the same monies. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
139
[No date]. Shropshire. Ralph, son of Ralph of Re, 1 gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin Giles of Erdington. 2 Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘de Re’ interlined.
2.
Corrected from ‘Robert Walerand’.
140
[No date]. Later, he paid it in the Wardrobe and is quit. Peter of Rochester gives the king 5 m. for having remission from being distrained to take up the arms of knighthood. He has land in Essex and Hertfordshire. 1 Later, he paid half a mark of gold in the Wardrobe for those 5 m. and is quit.
1.
What follows is added by another hand and is written at the right-hand edge of the membrane.
141
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a confirmation. The abbot of Furness gives the king 100 m. for having a confirmation, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
142
6 Jan. York. For William de Barton’. The king has granted to William de Barton’ that he may render £20 per annum of the £100 at which he was amerced the justices last itinerant to take the common pleas in Yorkshire for a trespass made them, namely £10 at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and £20 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £100 are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid [terms] and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
143
For Ralph, son of Roger son of Ralph. The king has taken the homage of Ralph, son and heir of Roger son of Ralph, for all lands and tenements which Roger held from the king in chief in Northumberland, and the king has rendered all of the aforesaid lands and tenements to him. Order to Thomas of Stamford, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from the aforesaid Ralph for rendering £6 to the king at Easter next to come for his relief, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements which the aforesaid Roger held from the king in chief and of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee. By the king.
[in the Roll]
144
[No date]. The king has committed to Guy de Lusignan the custody of the land and heir of Ralph de Vernun to have and hold until […] 1
1.
Entry marked with a cross in the margin and it is unfinished.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
145
8 Jan. Sherburn in Elmet. For Adam de Houton’. The king has granted to Adam de Houton’ that he may render 50s. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the 15 m. at which he was amerced G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in the county of Lancaster, for a trespass, 50s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 100s. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to permit him to have the aforesaid terms. 1 Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
146
For Adam Daiville. The king has granted to Adam Daiville that he may render 16s. 8d. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the 100s. at which he was amerced G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Yorkshire, for default of the common summons, 16s. 8d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 5 m. thus in the two following years at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
147
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William of Sausthorpe gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
148
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a liberty. Simon, son of William de Grinkelthorp, gives the king 10 m. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc. He has land in Lincolnshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
149
Concerning a fine for having a charter. John le Vavassur gives the king 20 m. for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting it from [the fees of] the Chancery. He has paid it in the king’s Wardrobe at Sherburn in Elmet and is quit.
150
8 Jan. Pontefract. For the abbot of St. Mary’s, York. The king has granted to the abbot of St. Mary’s, York, that he may render 50 m. at Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the 200 m. at which he and Brother Richard de Rouen, his monk, were amerced in the last eyre of the justices taking the pleas of the forest in Cumberland, 50 m. at Michaelmas next following, and 100 m. at the same terms in the following year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
151
For Bartholomew Peche. The king has pardoned to Bartholomew Peche the 40 m. which he received by the hand of John Mansel to be taken to Lyons, in order to be delivered there to a clerk of the king, and which Bartholomew retained because the aforesaid clerk could not be found there. By the king and J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
152
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Robert Haget, treasurer of York, gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting the same from [the fees of] the Chancery.
[in the Roll]
153
Concerning a fine of Henry de Coleville. Henry de Coleville gives the king 3 m. of gold for having remission of all pleas, penalties and demands that the king has against him and his clerks or bailiffs by reason of certain trespasses perpetrated by Henry, his clerks and bailiffs while he was sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire. 1 He is to pay this to the king on the first Sunday of Lent.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, reads ‘Cambridgeshire’.
154
12 Jan. Clipstone. Concerning a fine for the citizens of York. They paid in the Wardrobe and are quit. By the fine of 2 m. of gold which his citizens of York made with him, the king has granted them that they are not to be amerced or penalized the king (coram Rege) in the eyre of the justices itinerating in Yorkshire for certain things sold in their vill contrary to the assize or for any manner of trespass pertaining to the market. Order to the same justices itinerating in Yorkshire not to amerce or penalize the same citizens in their aforesaid eyre for the aforesaid trespasses. 1 The same citizens have paid those 2 m. of gold to the king in his Wardrobe and are quit. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
155
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John de Rungetun’ gives the king one mark of gold, which he is to pay in the Wardrobe at Easter, for having the king (coram Rege) the record of an appeal that Robert de Stuteville makes against him and others in the county court of Yorkshire. 1 He has land in Yorkshire. He has paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
[in the Roll]
1.
What follows in this entry is written by another hand.
156
12 Jan. Nottingham. Concerning taking a ship and wines into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take into the king’s hand a ship that has recently broken up on the coast of Sussex and 60 tuns of wine that were in the aforesaid ship, and he is to keep it safely until he has an order otherwise. By R. fitz Nicholas.
[in the Roll]
157
Concerning the manor of Wolverhampton, which has been committed to Guy de Rochfort. The king has committed to Guy de Rochfort all lands that are in the king’s hand in the manor of Wolverhampton by reason of the custody of the land and heir of Henry of Hastings being in the king’s hand, until the time the heir comes of lawful age, by rendering £9 5s. 9d. per annum to the king at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to cause Guy to have full seisin of all of the aforesaid lands, as aforesaid, 1 with all issues taken therefrom after Michaelmas last past. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
What follows is interlined.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, reads ‘Staffordshire’.
158
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for having a charter. He paid it in the Wardrobe and is quit. Richard Foliot of Yorkshire gives the king 2 m. of gold for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting the same from [the fees of] the Chancery. He is to pay this in the king’s Wardrobe at the beginning of Lent by the pledge of Edmund de Lacy. He paid this in the Wardrobe at Westminster on Saturday next the first Sunday of Lent and is quit.
a.
This entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, records that he had paid this ‘in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., and he is quit’, omitting the future term for payment.
159
15 Jan. Nottingham. Because otherwise below and given by the same dates. The king has granted to his beloved and faithful Ralph fitz Nicholas the custody of the land and heirs of Fulk de Coudray, to have and hold until the lawful age of the same heirs together with the marriage of the same if the next heir has not yet been married, by rendering 300 m. to the king at the Exchequer within three years, namely 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, another 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus from year to year at the same terms until he has paid the said money to the king. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from him for paying the same money to the king at the aforesaid terms, he is to cause Ralph to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody with appurtenances. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below and given by the same. See no. 206. It is marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
160
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. John Berry of Nottinghamshire gives the king one mark for making essoin for a default that he made in the same county court. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
161
Concerning a fine of gold for a respite. Richard de Hottot gives the king one mark of gold, which he will pay in the Wardrobe on the next Sunday of Lent, for having respite from making himself a knight for five years from the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire not to distrain him in the meantime to take up the arms of knighthood. 1 He has paid it to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, includes the statement that ‘He has land in Northamptonshire’.
162
16 Jan. Croxton Kerrial. For Master Thomas the Surgeon. Because the king has heard by an inquisition that he caused to be taken that it is not to the harm of his forest of Essex to grant Master Thomas the Surgeon that he might assart a thicket of four acres by the king’s perch in Lamburn’ within the metes of the same forest, the king grants to the same Master Thomas, for himself and his heirs, that he might assart that thicket and hold it as a close bounded by a ditch and hay forever without impediment from the foresters or any of the king’s other ministers of the forest, on condition that the king’s deer might freely enter and leave that assart. Order to the steward of the king’s forest of Essex to permit this to be done thus. The same Thomas will give 12d. per annum for the aforesaid land, of which he is to pay a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. By the king.
[in the Roll]

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163
15 Jan. Nottingham. For Thomas son of William. The king has granted to Thomas son of William that he may render 12½m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the 20 m. which remain to be rendered of the 50 m. at which he was amerced G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Nottinghamshire, for trespass of the forest, and of the 22½ m. of a fine that he made the justices last itinerant to take the common pleas in Yorkshire, 10 m. at St. John the Baptist next following, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 10 m. at Hilary next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. of Lexington.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
164
For Thomas son of William. Order to the sheriffs of Nottinghamshire and Yorkshire to permit him to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
165
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for having a liberty. Robert de Gant gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he is to pay to the king at Easter. 1 He paid it in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
This entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, includes the statement that ‘He has land in Leicestershire’.
166
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William of Denton, Bartholomew of Casthorpe, Robert Cresping’ and Isabella Cresping’ give the king 2 m. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
167
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Ralph le Moyne gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin Gilbert of Seagrave. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
168
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Robert de La Mare of Cromwell gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
169
[No date]. Leicestershire. John of Melton, clerk, and Juliana, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an attaint Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
For entries not recorded in the Fine Roll but entered on the Originalia Roll in this chronological sequence see nos. 1321, 1322, 1323 below.
170
[No date]. Staffordshire. John son of Adam gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
171
19 Jan. Geddington. For the men of Brigstock. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to place in respite, until Ash Wednesday next to come, the demand that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from the king’s men of Brigstock for the £10 which they have delivered to Henry de Hauville in order to mew the king’s falcons, and for the half-mark which they spent in chasing the king’s stock to Woodstock by order of the king. By the king .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
172
[No date]. Because he did not have the writ. Odo son of William gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Lincolnshire to [the justices in eyre at] Nottingham. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have the writ. It is marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
173
Concerning taking an inquisition. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to inquire by the oath of twelve of the more law-worthy Jews of Winchester by their roll whether Cressus of Stamford, Jew, violently seized and took away the apple of Eve from the synagogue of the Jews in the same city to the shame and opprobrium of the Jewish community. If, by that inquisition, he shall be found guilty of that deed, then they are to distrain Cressus immediately by his rents, houses and chattels to give one mark of gold to the king for that trespass. By the king .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
174
Concerning a fine of gold for having a liberty. Hugh de Capella gives the king 20s. of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc., which he is to render on the eve of Easter in the thirty-sixth year. 1 He paid it in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is entered by another hand.
175
20 Jan. Geddington. Concerning the counties of Somerset and Dorset, which have been committed. The king has committed the counties of Somerset and Dorset to Elias de Rabayn together with the castles of Corfe and Sherborne, to keep for as long as it pleases the king by paying 100 m. annually at the Exchequer for the farm of the same counties at the terms at which Henry of Earley, formerly sheriff of the same counties, was accustomed to render that money. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
176
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Gilbert de Claxby gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
177
[No date]. Staffordshire. Thomas de la Le gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
178
[No date]. Norfolk. Master William de Trykeby gives the king 2 m. for taking an assize of novel disseisin William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
179
For the abbot of Kirkstead. The king has given respite to the abbot of Kirkstead, until the quindene of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, from the 5 m. at which he was amerced Master Simon of Walton at Stamford, and from another 5 m. at which he was amerced the justices last itinerant to take the pleas at the Tower of London for a purpresture made in the city of London. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit the same abbot to have that respite. 1 Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Lincolnshire. By the king .
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
180
[No date]. Bedfordshire. The abbot of Wardon gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
181
[No date]. For the vicar of Geddington. The king has granted to Ralph son of Richard, vicar of Geddington, a certain plot of land in Geddington by rendering 8d. annually to the bailiffs of Geddington at Easter to the king’s use.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, reads ‘Northamptonshire’.
182
For the vicar of Geddington. The same Ralph gives the king 40s. for that gift and grant, which he has paid in his Wardrobe and is quit. By the king.
a.
There appears to be an erased marginal note beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, which appears to read ‘in the compendium roll’.
183
[No date]. Leicestershire. Ralph Basset of Drayton gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
184
For Walter le Avener. The king has pardoned to Walter le Avener, his serjeant, the 5 m. in which John Jukel was bound to Deulecresse, Jew of London. 1 Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause John 2 to be quit from the aforesaid 5 m. They are to cause any muniments that the aforesaid Jew might have concerning this to be returned to Walter. 3 By the king .
1.
Corrected from ‘the 5 m. in which he was bound to Deulecresse, Jew of London, for John Jukel’.
2.
Corrected from ‘Walter’.
3.
Corrected from ‘If the aforesaid Jew has anything containing the aforesaid debt, he is to cause that to be returned to Walter’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
185
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. Hugh Pepin and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
186
24 Jan. Northampton. For Peter d’Aubusson and his men of the prebend of Bridgnorth. Because the king recalls that he had pardoned to Peter d’Aubusson, his kinsman, the amercement for the common summons into which he and his men of the prebend of Bridgnorth fell the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Shropshire, order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to be quit therefrom. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to permit them to be quit therefrom. By the king .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
187
For William son of Reiner and Richard de Wissant. The king has given respite to William son of Reiner and Richard de Wissant from the 2 m. of gold which are exacted from them for a default and from all trespasses of which they and their bailiffs were accused by the king’s inquisitors at the time when they were sheriffs of Essex and Hertfordshire up to the octaves of the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the sheriff of Essex to permit them to have that respite. By the king .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
188
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Thomas Champion gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin Gilbert of Seagrave. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
189
For Robert de Muscegros. The king has granted to Robert de Muscegros that, of the £9 7s. 5d. of the chattels of John of Aldham in Kent, of £424 10s. of several debts, of the moiety of 25 m. 6s. 8d. of the debts of William Malet in Somerset, of £6 11s. 4d. of the aid for marrying the king’s daughter, of £100 for Herbert son of Peter in Hampshire, of 300 m. for having the custody of the land and heirs of Geoffrey Esturmy, of £37 of the debts of Bonefill’, Jewess of Bristol, and of 40 m. of the debts of Jacob of Oxford, Jew of Bristol, he may render £60 annually at the Exchequer for all of the aforesaid debts, whereas he previously ought to have rendered £40 per annum, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter, the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following and £60 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid debts have been paid to the king. If Robert happens to die he has paid all of the aforesaid debts to the king, the king, for himself and his heirs, grants that Robert’s heirs may recover and keep the same terms until the full payment of the same debts. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
190
[No date]. Devon. Alexander de Bobbehull’ gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Devon to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
191
[No date]. Shropshire. John Wyard gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Shropshire before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
192
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a respite. Simon de Borard’ gives the king 20s. for having respite from his knighting until St. Edward in the thirty-sixth year, by the pledge of John Grim who has land in Northamptonshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
193
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Thomas de Flamville gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Bedfordshire to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
194
[No date]. Bedfordshire. The prior of Bushmead gives the king one mark for having a pone to [remove a plea to the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
195
[No date]. Herefordshire. William de Stowe of Hereford gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
196
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Simon Bascod’ and Gilbert Bascod’ give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
197
30 Jan. Woodstock. For Geoffrey Gacelin. The king has pardoned to Geoffrey Gacelin the £12 which he received by divers instalments as a loan from the king’s Wardrobe. Order to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the Wardrobe, to cause him to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
198
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for having a charter. Hugh le Bigod gives the king 20s. of gold for having a charter of warren and for acquitting the same from [the fees of] the Chancery. He is to pay this at Easter in the thirty-sixth year. He has land in Sussex. 1 He has paid it to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
[in the Roll]
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
199
1 Feb. Woodstock. Concerning a fine of gold for having liberties. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit. William de Curly of Warwickshire gives the king 20s. of gold for quittance from [being placed upon] assizes, juries and recognitions, which he is to render at Easter in the king’s Wardrobe.
[S’, in the Roll]
200
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for having liberties. Alexander, son of Alexander of Pointon, gives the king one mark of gold for having the same quittance. 1 He paid this to the king immediately in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc at Woodstock and is quit.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
201
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for having liberties. The prior of Wroxton in Oxfordshire gives the king one mark of gold for having his confirmation of his liberties and lands which they have from the Master Michael Belet. 1 He is to pay the mark at Easter next to come.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
The witness clause is entered here. What follows is entered by another hand and is wrapped beneath the line at the right-hand edge of the membrane.
202
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Denise daughter of Roger gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
203
[No date]. Oxfordshire. The abovesaid Denise gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
204
Concerning a fine for relief. Robert de Beauchamp, son and heir of Robert de Beauchamp, gives the king £100 for his relief, of which he is to render 25 m. at St. John the Baptist in the thirty-sixth year, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Hilary in the thirty-seventh year, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, 25 m. at St. John the Baptist in the same year, and 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. By the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, reads ‘Somerset’.
205
2 Feb. Woodstock. For agistors. The agistors of the king’s woods of Silverstone and Haselberg’ paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the same Wardrobe, at Woodstock on the eve of the Purification of the Blessed Mary 14s. for the pannage of Martinmas term last past by the hand of William de Whitefeud’. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to be quit therefrom. By P. Chaceporc and T. of Winchester.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
206
14 Jan. Nottingham. For Ralph fitz Nicholas. The king has granted to his beloved and faithful R. fitz Nicholas the custody of the land and heirs of Fulk de Coudray, to have and hold until the lawful age of the same heirs together with their marriage if the next heir has not yet been married, by rendering 300 m. at the Exchequer within three years, namely 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year, another 25 m. at St. John the Baptist next following, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the same year, 25 m. at Hilary in the thirty-seventh year, and thus henceforth at the same terms for the two following years. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to cause Ralph to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody with appurtenances. 1 By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
For a cancelled version of this entry dated 15 January see no. 159 above.
207
[No date. Rutland. John de Midelinton’ gives the king half a mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Rutland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
There appears to be an erased marginal note beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2.

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208
2 Feb. Woodstock. For Robert de Beauchamp. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from Robert de Beauchamp, son and heir of Robert de Beauchamp, for rendering £100 to the king at the terms that the king has given to him, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements which fall to him by hereditary right by the death of the abovesaid Robert and which are in the king’s hand and in his bailiwick. By the king .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
209
Concerning the custody of Barking abbey. The king has committed the vacant abbey of Barking to Richard Ruffus and Robert de Chiltham, his clerks, to keep for as long as it pleases him, so that they shall answer him for the issues of the same at the Exchequer. Order to all knights, free men and others holding from the aforesaid abbey to be intendant and respondent to them in this, as aforesaid. 1 And they are patent. By the king .
1.
The witness clause is entered here. What follows, including the authority clause, is entered by another hand.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, reads ‘Essex’.
210
3 Feb. Woodstock. For Thomas of Hengrave. The king has granted to Thomas of Hengrave that even though he has transgressed his terms for his arrears, which he owed him for the time when he was sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, he may have the same terms for the remainder that remains to be rendered of the aforesaid arrears, namely for £31 6s. 8d., and he may render them by the same particulars, until the aforesaid £31 6s. 8d. are rendered to the king in full. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
211
[No date]. Norfolk. Robert de Heylesdon’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
212
[No date]. Warwickshire. Master Henry de Stratford’ gives 4 m. for having a certificate before the king (coram Rege) against the abbot of Winchcombe and others, concerning a tenement in Aln’. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take. 1
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
An earlier, cancelled version of this writ can be found at no. 61 above.
213
For William le Estynur. The king has granted William le Stinur two bovates of land with appurtenances in Melbourne for life 1 by paying 3s. annually to the king’s bailiff of the same manor, namely a moiety at the Annunciation of Our Lady and the other moiety at Michaelmas. By the abbot of Pershore.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘for life’ interlined.
214
4 Feb. Woodstock. For the abbot of Cirencester. The king has given respite to the abbot of Cirencester from the mark which is exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for a sergeanty in the manor of Cirencester, 1 until Easter in 15 days. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to cause him to have peace from the aforesaid mark in the meantime. By the king .
1.
‘in the manor of Cirencester’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
215
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert of Warwick and Isabella, his wife, and Hugh, son of William Adelard, and Alice, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Seagrave. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
216
For Aaron of York, Jew. To the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews. If Aaron of York, Jew, paid the king 30 m. of gold at the Exchequer for his last tallage, or shall pay it immediately, then they are to cause him to be delivered without delay, providing that he renders all of the remainder of the same tallage at Mid-Lent next to come. 1 The same Aaron gives 3 m. of gold for having delivery, which he paid in the king’s Wardrobe at Woodstock and is quit. By the king.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
This entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, simply reads ‘Aaron of York, Jew, gives the king 3 m. of gold that he be delivered from prison, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit’.
217
Concerning a fine of gold for trespasses. The prior of Hereford in Wales gives the king 2 m. of gold for certain trespasses committed by him in those parts, which he is to pay in his Wardrobe in the octaves of Easter in the thirty-sixth year.
[S’, in the Roll]
218
[No date]. Gloucestershire. William of Pershore gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
219
[No date]. Wiltshire. The prior of Monkton Farleigh gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
220
Concerning making clearings. Order to the foresters and verderers of the king’s forest of Rutland to cause seven clearings to be made in the same forest where it might be done at least cost to the king and to the least damage of the same forest, so that they shall answer him at the Exchequer for the issues of the wood felled to create the same clearings. By G. de Langley.
[in the Roll]
221
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for a trespass. William son of Reiner gives the king 3 m. of gold for his own trespasses that he committed at the time when he was sheriff of Essex, which he is to pay to the king in his Wardrobe at the Close of Easter in the thirty-sixth year. 1 He paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc at Westminster and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
The note concerning eventual payment is also entered by a hand other than that which compiled the main body of the entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2.
222
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for a trespass. Richard de Wissant gives the king one mark of gold for the same, which he is to pay to the king at the same term. 1 He paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
The note concerning eventual payment is also entered by a hand other than that which compiled the main body of the entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2.
223
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for a trespass. Simon of Thrupp, formerly sheriff of Northamptonshire, gives the king 2 m. of gold for the same, which he is to pay to the king at the same term. 1 He paid this in the Wardrobe and is quit.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
224
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. He paid 4 m. of gold in the Wardrobe and later paid the other 4 m. and is quit. Phillip Marmion, sheriff of Warwickshire, gives the king 8 m. of gold for the same, of which he is to render a moiety at the aforesaid term and the other moiety at St. John the Baptist 1 in 15 days in the same year.
[in the Roll]
1.
Corrected from ‘Michaelmas’.
a.
A note concerning further payment is also entered by a hand other than that which compiled the main body of the entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2. It reads ‘Later, he paid 4 m. thereof in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc etc. and there still remains 4 m.’
225
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Phillip of Staunton, formerly sheriff of Cambridgeshire, gives the king one mark of gold for the same, which he is to pay to the king in his Wardrobe at the Close of Easter. 1 He paid half a mark of gold to P. Chaceporc and is quit therefrom.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
Phillip is named as ‘formerly the sheriff of Cambridgeshire and Huntingdonshire’ in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2.
b.
A note concerning further payment is also entered by a hand other than that which compiled the main body of the entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2. It reads ‘Later, he paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., half a mark of gold, and he owes another half-mark’.
226
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. He paid this in the Wardrobe and is quit. The abbot of Rufford gives the king one mark of gold for having a confirmation, which he is to render in the Wardrobe on the first Sunday of Lent. 1 He paid this in the Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by a third hand.
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 2, at this point is the following fourteenth-century note ‘Fines and other debts which were owed by this roll were extracted in the month of January in the seventeenth year of the reign of King E., son of King E. [1324]’.
227
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Adam de Hulmo gives the king half a mark of gold for having a warren in Langton by Wragby in Lincolnshire, which he is to render in the Wardrobe on the same day. 1 He has rendered it in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
228
5 Feb. Woodstock. For Nicholas of Cogenhoe. He has paid in the Wardrobe and is quit. The king has pardoned to Nicholas of Cogenhoe the 30 m. by which he made fine with him for having a charter of warren and quittance from [being placed upon] assizes, juries and recognitions, for one mark of gold which is to be rendered in the Wardrobe on the first Sunday of Lent in the king’s Wardrobe. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Nicholas to be quit from the aforesaid 30 m., as aforesaid. By the king .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
229
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. She has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit. Agnes of Rowden gives the king one mark of gold for having a charter concerning the lands and tenements that the king granted to her and her heirs in Chippenham, which she is to render to him in the Wardrobe at Easter. 1 She paid it to P. Chaceporc.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
A note at the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, reads ‘And she is from Wiltshire’. The note concerning payment and quittance is also, unusually, entered in the margin in that roll.
230
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Brian of Brampton of Shropshire gives the king 2 m. of gold for having a warren, market and fair, which he is to render in the Wardrobe at the same term. 1 He paid it to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
The note concerning payment and quittance in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, is also entered in the margin in that roll and reads ‘He has paid this to P. Chaceporc at Westminster and is quit’.
231
7 Feb. Oxford. For Agnes of Rowden. The king has granted to the aforesaid Agnes of Rowden all the land and tenement in Chippenham that James Hoese held of the king for life and the new street in the same vill called Horscroft, with appurtenances, which Walter de Goderville once held, to hold from the king and his heirs by Agnes and her heirs by rendering £7 10s. annually to the king’s bailiff of Melksham at four terms, namely 37s. 6d. at the Annunciation of Our Lady, 37s. 6d. at the Nativity of St. John the Baptist, 37s. 6d. at Michaelmas and 37s. 6d. at Christmas, so that whenever the king’s demesne lands elsewhere throughout England will be tallaged, the said lands and tenements will be tallaged to the king’s use according to the quantity of that land and those tenements and the easements of the tenants. For this grant Agnes, for herself and her heirs, has released and quitclaimed to the king and his heirs those 40s. that the king was bound to pay to her per annum for a fulling mill in Marlborough. By the abbot of Pershore.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, reads ‘Wiltshire’.
232
8 Feb. Wallingford. Concerning the execution of the testament of Robert de Beauchamp. Order to the barons of the Exchequer that, having scrutinised the rolls of the Exchequer [to ascertain] how much debt Robert de Beauchamp owes to the king and, when they know the sum of that debt, having accepted security from the abbot of Forde and the other executors of the testament of the abovesaid Robert for rendering that debt to the king at the terms set for them by the barons, which will seem best to them, 1 they are to cause them to have free administation of all goods formerly of the same deceased. By the king.
1.
‘which will seem best to them’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
233
For William Beringer. Because otherwise below. The king has pardoned to William Beringer the 40s. at which he was amerced before Master Simon of Walton in an assize of novel disseisin against John de Camera which was taken before the same at Worcester. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William to be quit therefrom. 1 By R. Walerand.
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
234
[No date]. The king has granted to Robert of Melbourne four bovates of land with appurtenances within the king’s manor of Melbourne […] 1
1.
Entry unfinished. It is marked with a cross of cancellation in the margin but not text is crossed through. For a fuller version see no. 238 below.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
235
[No date]. Essex. Richard de Meldon’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
236
Staffordshire. Robert de Halenton’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of darrein presentment before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
237
[No date]. Herefordshire. Ralph de la More gives the king one mark for having a record concerning the hundred of Wormelow before the king (coram Rege). He has land in Herefordshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
238
For Robert of Melbourne. The king has granted to Robert of Melbourne four bovates of land with appurtenances within his manor of Melbourne by rendering half a mark annually to the king’s use to the bailiffs of the same manor who will be at that time, whereas he was previously accustomed to render 4s. per annum, namely by rendering a moiety of that half-mark at the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary and the other moiety at Michaelmas. By the king and the abbot of Pershore.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, reads ‘Nottinghamshire’.
239
10 Feb. Windsor. For John Reinger. Even though John Reinger has allowed the terms of the old debts of his father to pass by unpaid on several occasions, the king, of his special grace, still grants him that he may recover and keep the terms that he previously had for this, henceforth rendering £20 per annum at the Exchequer. The king also grants him that he may render 5 m. per annum of the £41 and one mark which are newly demanded from him at the Exchequer for the debts of his aforesaid father after the time he first made fine with the king for the same debts, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas until the aforesaid £41 and one mark are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
240
Concerning the vill of Oxford, which has been committed to keep. The king has committed his vill of Oxford to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to keep for as long as it pleases the king. Order to the mayor and bailiffs of Oxford to be intendant and respondent to him in all things which pertain to that custody, as aforesaid. By the king.
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, there is an erased note reading ‘in the compendium Roll’.
241
For the men of Guy de Rochfort of Winterburn’. The king has given respite to the men 1 of Guy de Rochfort of Winterburn’, until Easter in 15 days in the thirty-sixth year, from the demand made of them by summons of the Exchequer for a certain sergeanty. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit them to have that respite. By the king.
1.
‘the men’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
242
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Osbert de Longchamp of Leverington gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
243
Cambridgeshire. The same Osbert gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
244
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Richard of Handred gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
245
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take into the king’s hand all lands in his bailiwick formerly of Richard, son of William de Winnesley, who was outlawed for felony, as is said, and to keep them safely until the king orders otherwise. By Guy de Rochfort .
[in the Roll]
246
12 Feb. Windsor. For a Jew. Even though the king previously granted to Aaron son of Abraham, Jew of London, that he would not be tallaged for four years following Michaelmas in the thirty-fourth year except at 100 m. per annum, at the instance of Guy de Lusignan, the king’s brother, he has granted the same Jew that he is not to be tallaged per annum for four years following Christmas last past except at 20 m. of gold, of which he is to render a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, so that he is not tallaged at a greater sum of money throughout the aforesaid period of four years. For as long as the aforesaid tallage lasts the king wishes that he shall have respite from the old debt which he owes him and that the aforesaid 20 m. of gold are to be allowed per annum to the community of the king’s Jews in their tallage. If the amount of tallage due to the king from his Jews shall fall, so shall the amount he shall pay as the portion pertaining to him in the same manner as to other Jews. Order to the barons of the Exchequer and the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 By the king in the presence of Guy de Lusignan and P. de Rivallis, and again they ordering the same on behalf of the king.
1.
The authorisation clause is added in a smaller hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
247
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a confirmation. Walter Wyther gives the king 10 m. for having his confirmation of twelve acres of land with appurtenances in the vill of Melleburn’ and for having back again the bailiwick in the Forest of Dean which he and his ancestors had in the same forest and which was taken into the king’s hand for trespass of the forest, of which he was accused before G. de Langley and his associates, justices itinerating to take the pleas of the forest at Gloucester.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
A note at the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, reads ‘And he is from Gloucestershire’.
248
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Roger le Flemeng’ gives the king one mark of gold for the trespass that he committed in sending bad wine to the king’s use. 1 He has land in Hampshire. 2 He has paid half a mark of gold for this to P. Chaceporc, and he will pay the other half-mark in the quindene of St. John the Baptist in the thirty-sixth year.
[S’, in the compendium roll]
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
2.
What follows is entered by a third hand.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, reads ‘Hampshire’.
b.
The notes concerning payment are omitted from this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3.
249
[No date]. Shropshire. Ralph le Butiller and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
250
[No date]. Worcestershire. William Cokin gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
251
[No date]. Oxfordshire. The abbot of Bruern gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Woodstock. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
252
14 Feb. Windsor. Concerning a fine of gold. John de Wattun’ gives the king 5 m. of gold for his own trespasses that he committed at the time when he was sheriff of Kent and Essex and Hertfordshire, of which he is to render 2 m. on the first Sunday of Lent and the remaining 3 m. at Easter in three weeks. 1 Later, he paid 3 m. of gold in the Wardrobe and is quit of everything.
1.
‘at Easter in three weeks’ may be written over an erasure. The witness clause is entered here. What follows is added by another hand.
a.
This entry reads slightly differently in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3: ‘John de Watton’ gives the king 5 m. of gold for his own trespasses that he committed at the time he was sheriff of Kent and Essex and Hertfordshire, of which he has rendered 2 m. to the king in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc etc., and he is to render the remaining 3 m. in the same Wardrobe at Easter in three weeks’. A marginal note beside that entry further reads ‘Later, he rendered those 3 m. of gold and is quit from the 5 m. of gold’.
253
The same John paid those 2 m. of gold in the Wardrobe at Westminster and he is quit therefrom. 1
1.
Entered, with a paragraph mark, in the margin beside the previous entry.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
254
[No date]. Bedfordshire. William, son of Simon of Linslade, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
255
17 Feb. Westminster. Concerning taking the manor of Lyford into the king’s hand. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take the manor of Lyford with appurtenances, formerly of Fulk de Coudray, into the king’s hand and to keep it safely with all chattels 1 found therein until the king orders otherwise. By the king.
1.
Corrected from ‘appurtenances’.
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, is the following note: ‘The sheriff received nothing therefrom’.
256
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Memorandum that Robert Basset, sheriff of Northamptonshire, 1 ought to answer for 4 m. from the vill of Merston’ because the men of the same vill rescued a certain man appealed of being of the confederacy of Dika de Bleseby, thief.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘sheriff of Northamptonshire’ interlined.
257
[No date]. Concerning the chattels of hanged men. The sheriff of Oxfordshire ought to answer for 1 m. 2d. from the chattels of hanged thieves.
[S’, in the Roll]
258
[No date]. Concerning the chattels of hanged men. The earl of Gloucester ought to answer for 12 m. 2d. for a thief seized within his liberty in Oxfordshire from the chattels of the same thief.
[S’, in the Roll]
259
Yorkshire. Gilbert de Wauton’ gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
260
18 Feb. Westiminster. Somerset. The prior of Bermondsey gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
261
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Elias le Eveske, Jew of London, gives the king 6 m. of gold so that he is not tallaged per annum for the four years following the Purification of the Blessed Mary last past except at £100, which [6 m. of gold] he paid in the Wardrobe at Westminster and is quit. He has letters patent for this.
262
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Henry de Toyntun’ and Richard le Faucuner give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
263
[No date]. Dorset. Geoffrey de Mandeville gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

Membrane 18

264
19 Feb. Westminster. Suffolk. Stephen Lagoz gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
265
[No date]. Suffolk. Thomas of Sotterley gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
266
[No date]. Suffolk. Hugh of Dodnash gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
267
[No date]. Staffordshire. Robert le Marescall’ gives the king one mark for a writ in the form (formato) ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
268
[No date]. Warwickshire. John son of Hawise gives the king 20s. for having the record of [an assize of] novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege). He has land in Warwickshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
269
[No date]. Kent. Adam de Somery gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
270
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Robert de Vere and Alice, his wife, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
271
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Buckinghamshire. The aforesaid Robert and Alice give the king another half-mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc. [They also give] another half-mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before the same in Oxfordshire and half a mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before the same. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This entry is split into the three individual payments in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3.
272
[No date]. Kent. Richard de Horsted’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
273
22 Feb. Westminster. For William Bardolf. The king has granted to William Bardolf that he may render £20 per annum at the Exchequer of the £168 13s. 4d. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the debts that William de Warenne, his grandfather, whose heir he is, owed to Cara of Winchester, Jewess, Abraham son of Athegaia and Isaac the Chirographer, Jews, 1 whose debts are in the king’s hand, namely £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, £10 at the Exchequer of Easter and £20 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid debt is paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer and justices of the Jews 2 to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 3 They are to cause any muniments that they have concerning this to be returned to William. By the king.
1.
‘and Isaac the Chirographer, Jews’ interlined.
2.
‘justices of the Jews’ interlined.
3.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
274
[No date]. Essex. Sarra de Martiwast and William, her son, give the king 10s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
275
Essex. The same Sarra and Isabella, her daughter, give the king another 10s. for another writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
276
For A. King of Scots and his men. The king has pardoned to A. King of Scots the arrears of the amercements 1 which are demanded from him and his men in the county [account for] Cumberland at the Exchequer from the last eyre of the justices of the forest in the aforesaid county after the death of A., formerly King of Scots, his father. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to be quit therefrom. By the king.
1.
Corrected from ‘all amercements’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
277
Concerning a fine of gold. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit. John le Flemeng, formerly sheriff of Gloucestershire, has made fine with the king by 3 m. of gold for his own trespasses that he committed while he was sheriff, which he is to pay on Sunday next before Mid-Lent in his Wardrobe. 1 Later, he paid those 3 m. to P. Chaceporc on the aforesaid day at Westminster 2 and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows, as with the marginal comment, is entered by another hand.
2.
‘at Westminster’ interlined.
278
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. She has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe at Westminster and is quit. The abbess of Barking has made fine with the king by 2 m. of gold for having certain chattels that ought to have been put out for sale while the aforesaid abbey was vacant and in the king’s hand, which she is to pay at Mid-Lent in his Wardrobe. 1 She has paid and is quit.
1.
What follows, as with the marginal comment, is entered by another hand.
279
Concerning a fine of gold. Geoffrey de Burdeleys gives the king twelve gold talents for having respite from his knighting, and he has paid them in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
280
Essex. The abbot of Colchester gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
281
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Elias le Eveske, Jew of London, gives the king one mark of gold that he might not be tallaged per annum from the Purification of the Blessed Mary last past up until Michaelmas next following and for the four years following the same feast except at £100. He has rendered that to P. Chaceporc etc. and is quit.
282
23 Feb. Westminster. For Robert de Beling’ and his associates. The king has pardoned to Robert de Beling’ and his associates who were amerced for a disseisin that they made together with William Beling’, valet of the king’s saucery, 40s. of the 10 m. at which they were amerced for the aforesaid disseisin. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to be quit from the aforesaid 40s. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
283
[No date]. Devon. Ranulf son of John gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
284
Suffolk. Geoffrey son of Alan gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Suffolk to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
285
22 Feb. Westminster. Concerning the vill of Windsor, which has been committed. The king has committed the vill of Windsor with the market, brewery and other appurtenances and the purpresture of the king’s forest there to Gilbert de Tegula to keep for as long as it pleases the king, by rendering £50 annually at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter, whereas James le Gaunter ought to have paid £44 per annum, saving to the king the pleas of the market of the same vill while the king will be there. He is to return the said purpresture to the king with the same crops as he shall receive it, on Saturday next after Ascension in the thirty-sixth year, together with eight oxen or the value of the same. 1 He has letters patent for this. By the abbot of Pershore.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here. The authority clause is entered by another hand in perceptibly darker ink.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, reads ‘Berkshire’.
286
25 Feb. Westminster. For Nigel de Altwode. The king has pardoned to Nigel de Altwode the mark at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Surrey for trespass of the forest. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
287
[No date]. They have paid this in the Wardrobe and are quit. Aaron, Josceus and Vives, sons and heirs of Benedict Crespin, Jews of London, give the king ten bezants for having the terms and the same fine that their father had for his old debts.
288
[No date]. Because he did not have the writ. Robert de Leham gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon any assizes, juries or recognitions. He has land in Suffolk 1 Later, he delivered the aforesaid half-mark to Edward of Westminster and is quit. 2
1.
What follows is entered by another hand and is wrapped around the entry at the right-hand edge of the membrane.
2.
Entry cancelled because he did not have the writ.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
289
[No date]. Surrey. Ralph Wauklin gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
290
[No date]. Lincolnshire. John de Oyri gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, there is an erased note reading ‘in the compendium Roll’.
291
Concerning the hospital of Dunwich. Because the king has heard that after the hospital of Dunwich came into his custody certain goods of the same hospital were carried off to divers places, order to the sheriff of Norfolk that, having taken an inquisition concerning this, he is to take back the aforesaid alienated goods, in whoever's hands they might then be, and keep them safely until he receives command from the king otherwise. By the king.
292
[No date]. Kent. Roger de Munfreard’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
293
26 Feb. Westminster. For Bartholomew Peche. To the barons of the Exchequer. The king has given to his beloved and faithful Bartholomew Peche those 40 m. that the king caused to be delivered to him at the Exchequer in the thirty-third year to be taken to the Roman Curia, to be delivered there to Master Albert, the Pope’s notary, and which Master Albert refused to accept. Order to cause Bartholomew and his heirs to be quit from the aforesaid 40 m. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
294
[No date]. Dorset. John de Chartreyn gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
295
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Salomon le Eveske, Jew of London, gives the king 2 m. of gold for having a writ that he might not be tallaged per annum for the four years next following the Purification of the Blessed Mary last past except at £20, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit, namely the aforesaid 2 m. of gold.
296
[No date]. Suffolk. Richard, son of Robert de Stanesfeld’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
297
[No date]. Norfolk. Walter del Fosse gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
298
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. John son of Agnes gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
a.
This entry has been completely erased in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3.
299
Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Ralph Martel, son and heir of Felicia, who was the wife of William Martel, for all lands and tenements that Felicia, his mother, held from the king in chief, and he has rendered all of the aforesaid lands and tenements to him. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from Ralph for rendering half a mark of gold to the king in his Wardrobe at St. John the Baptist next to come, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements which Felicia held from the king in chief and of which she was seised in her demesne as of fee on the day she died. By the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 3, reads ‘Oxfordshire’.
300
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. John, son of Agnes de Copmanneford’, gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Huntingdonshire to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
301
Concerning a fine of gold. Aaron of York, Jew, gives the king 2 m. of gold for having respite from his 1 tallage until Easter in one month, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to permit him to have that respite. By the king.
1.
‘his’ interlined.
302
[No date]. Dorset. The prior of Christchurch gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
303
[No date]. Shropshire. Hamo de Curzun gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
304
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. He has paid it and is quit. Ralph le Brock gives the king one mark of gold for having pardon of his outlawry, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc at Westminster and is quit.
305
For Ernald Geroudun. The king has pardoned to Ernald Geroudun, his chamberlain of London, the 100s. at which he was amerced before J. of Lexington and his associates, justices last itinerant at the Tower of London. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Ernald to be quit from the aforesaid 100s. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
306
[No date]. Norfolk. Alvred son of Reginald gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
307
[No date]. Norfolk. Adam, son of Reginald of Walsoken, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the same. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
308
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. They are quit. The citizens of York give the king 12 m. of gold for having confirmation of charters of the kings of England, which they are to pay on the eve of Easter. 1 They have paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand, as is the marginal note.
309
28 Feb. Rochester. Concerning wines to be sold. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to cause all of the king’s old wines in his city of Lincoln to be sold by the view and testimony of trustworthy and law-worthy men of the same city and to answer for the issues of that sale to Robert Dacre, buyer of the king’s wines throughout England, so that Robert might answer sufficiently for them to the king at the Exchequer. By the Steward.
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4, there is an erased note reading ‘in the compendium Roll’.
310
Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Ralph, son and heir of Ralph Pyrot, for all lands and tenements which the same Ralph held from the king in chief. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from the aforesaid Ralph for rendering £20 to the king for his relief, namely a moiety at Easter in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at Michaelmas next following, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements formerly of the same Ralph, his father, of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4, reads ‘Essex’.
311
Buckinghamshire. Richard son of Adam gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take security. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
312
1 March. Faversham. For Roger of Leybourne. The king has given respite to Roger of Leybourne from the 300 m. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for a prest made to Roger de Leyburn’, his father, until Michaelmas in 15 days. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same respite. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
313
[No date]. Norfolk. Roger of Wickmere gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
314
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Samuel Blund, Jew of London, gives the king 20 half pennies of Murcia (xx obol’ de musc’) for having a writ concerning the assessment of his tallage, which he paid in his Wardrobe at Canterbury and is quit.
315
Nothamptonshire. Theobald de Broyl gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
316
5 March. Dover. Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Josceus, son and heir of Josceus son of Gilbert, for all lands and tenements which the aforesaid Josceus, his father, held from the king in chief, and the king has rendered all of the aforesaid lands and tenements to him. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from the aforesaid Josceus for rendering 20s. to the king at Michaelmas for his relief, 1 he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid Josceus son of Gilbert, of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died. By the king.
[in the compendium roll]
1.
‘for his relief’ interlined.

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317
5 March. Dover. For the abbot of St. Edmunds. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to place in respite, until Easter in one month, the demand that he makes from the abbot of St. Edmunds for common fines, amercements and other things for which he claims quittance by the king’s charter. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
318
Concerning a fine of gold. The king’s burgesses of Huntingdon give the king 2 m. of gold for a charter to have a fair and other liberties in their vill of Huntingdon, which they paid to him in the Wardrobe at Dover and are quit.
319
Concerning a fine of gold. Isaac French, Jew, gives the king 20 gold talents that he might withdraw from Oxford and stay at Winchester, and he paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc etc. and is quit.
320
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Aaron le Blunt and Elias le Blunt give the king one mark of gold so that they might be delivered from the prison in which they are detained and might have restitution of their houses, cloths and chattels, which they paid to the king in the Wardrobe at Dover and are quit.
321
[No date]. Kent. Roger de Gatesdene gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
322
[No date]. Herefordshire. Adam Russell gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
323
Kent. Hugh, son of John de Clineshend’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
324
Concerning a fine of gold. Samuel Blund, Jew of London, gives the king half a mark of gold for delivering himself and his wife from the Tower of London until one month from Easter, and he paid that in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., and is quit.
325
[No date]. Herefordshire. William of Bromyard and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
326
For the burgesses of Huntingdon. Memorandum that the burgesses of Huntingdon give the king £20 each year of increment together with their farm for having the toll of the vill of St. Ives at the time the fair is held, and for having a fair in the aforesaid vill of Huntingdon to last for the ten days following Monday next before the Ascension. They are to pay this per annum at the Exchequer at two terms.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4, there is note reading ‘£10’.
b.
The payment is said to be ‘of increment together with their ancient farm’ in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4.
327
For the abbot of Holm Cultram. The abbot of Holm Cultram and the convent have made fine with the king by 200 m. for having a pardon from all trespasses and wastes of the king’s forest of Inglewood of which they were accused before G. de Langley and his associates, justices last itinerant in Cumberland. They have rendered 100 m. thereof in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc etc. and will render the remaining 100 m. in the quindene of St. John next to come. By the king.
[in the Roll]
328
[No date]. Kent. Henry le Butiller of Ledes and Avice, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
329
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Isaac Crespin, son of Benedict Crespin, gives the king six gold talents that he may have the portion falling to him of the lands and chattels formerly of the aforesaid Benedict, his father, and he has paid them in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc etc. and is quit.
330
[No date]. Surrey. Walter, son of Emma de la Berelond’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4, there is an erased note reading ‘in the compendium Roll’. There is also a large cross in the margin beside this entry there.
331
12 March. Maidstone. Concerning wines to be sold. Order to the sheriff of Kent to cause all 1 wines in his bailiwick to be sold and to cause the monies arising therefrom to be delivered to Bertram de Criel, constable of Dover, in order to undertake the works on the castle there therewith. By the king.
1.
‘old’ cancelled here by expunction.
332
[No date]. Devon. Phillip de Beaumont gives the king one mark for having a writ concerning the escape of a thief before the justices when they come into the parts of Devon. He is distrained by the sheriff of Devon.
[S’, in the Roll]
333
Devon. Alice de Ros gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
334
Kent. John Gulafre gives the king half a mark for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
335
[No date]. Kent. Richard son of Audeon gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
336
[No date]. Concerning the chattels of Geoffrey of Sawbridgeworth. The bailiff of Peter of Savoy of Cheshunt ought to answer for 8s. 8d. from the chattels of Geoffrey of Sawbridgeworth, who has been convicted of felony.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4, reads ‘Essex’.
337
15 March. Westminster. He paid in the Wardrobe and is quit. Aaron of York, Jew, gives the king 100 bezants for having a writ that neither he nor his wife nor their children are to be imprisoned, or distrained, for the three years next following for the debts in which they are bound to the king for as long as their chattels suffice to make distraint for the king’s debts. 1 He paid this in the king’s Wardrobe at Westminster and is quit.
1.
What follows and the marginal note are entered by another hand.
338
[No date]. Norfolk. Peter de Cranewiz gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
339
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The prior of Bodmin gives the king half a mark of gold for having a confirmation from him. 1 He paid it in the Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
340
[No date]. Suffolk. Martin of Akenham, Alan le Heyward of Claydon and William le Provost of Akenham, taken and detained in the king’s prison of Ipswich for the death of Thomas de Craneford’, of which they are accused, give the king 20s. for having a writ of inquiry. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
341
Yorkshire. Thomas de Bolton’ and Eleanor, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
342
[No date]. Essex. Emma de Beinflete gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
343
17 March. Westminster. For Hamo de Crèvecoeur. Order to the sheriff of Kent to place in respite the demand that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Hamo de Crèvecoeur for the aid to marry the king’s sister, until the quindene of Easter next following. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
344
Concerning a fine of gold. Aaron of York, Jew, gives the king 3 m. of gold for having a writ that he might distrain for his own chattels up to the sum of £400. He has paid this in the Wardrobe and is quit.
345
For Peter Chaceporc. For the £120 which Peter Chaceporc is to render to him at the Exchequer within [the next] four years, the king has granted him the custody of the land and heirs of Thomas of Ingoldisthorpe, to have and hold until the lawful age of the same heirs together with their marriage. Order to the king’s escheator in Norfolk to cause Peter to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody with appurtenances. He is to render £10 for this at Easter in one month in the thirty-sixth year, £10 at Michaelmas in one month 1 in the same year, and thus at the same terms in the following two years, and all of the rest of that money in the fourth year at the aforesaid terms, namely a moiety at one term and the other moiety at the other term. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘in one month’ interlined.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4, reads ‘Buckinghamshire’.
346
For Guy de Russillon and his men. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to release the distraint that he makes upon Guy de Russillon and his men of Wathill’ for the amercements of the last eyre of the justices of the forest in his county until etc. By Artald de Sancto Romano.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
347
[No date]. Kent. Nicholas of Lenham gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
348
For Bartholomew le Bigod. Because Bartholomew le Bigod had no lands in Dunmow in Essex of the lands formerly of the count of St. Pol at the time when the scutage of Painscastle ran throughout England, although now the barons of the Exchequer distrain him for the same scutage, the king has pardoned him the scutage which is demanded from him there from the aforesaid time. Order to the aforesaid barons to cause him to be quit therefrom. By R. fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
349
[No date]. Essex. William de Purl’ gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
350
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Samuel of Stamford, Jew, gives the king half a mark of gold for having a writ that he might be delivered from the prison in which he is detained. He has paid in the Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4, there is an illegible erased note.
351
[No date]. Wiltshire. Margaret de Redvers, countess of Devon, gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
352
[No date]. Suffolk. Thomas Talbot and Avelina, his wife, and William de Sut le Bois give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
353
[No date]. Hertfordshire. John, son of Alexander le Gigur, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
354
[No date]. Suffolk. Richard de Boylund’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
355
[No date]. Middlesex. Clemencia, daughter of Nicholas of Antioch, and Alice, her sister, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
356
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The prior of Alvingham gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
357
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The same prior gives the king another mark for having a writ of grace before the same justices. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
358
20 March. Westminster. For Thomas of Houghton and Lucy, his wife. The king has pardoned to Thomas of Houghton and Lucy, his wife, the half-mark at which Robert de Aspel’, Lucy’s brother, whose heir she is, was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Bedfordshire. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Thomas and Lucy to be quit therefrom. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire not to distrain them on account of this. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
359
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Samuel son of Deulesant, Jew of Stamford, gives the king 20 bezants for having a writ concerning the assessment of tallage. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
360
The same men have paid 20 m. in his Wardrobe and are quit. Order to the king’s escheator in Essex that if the men of the manor of Writtle, which is of the king’s ancient demesne and has never been accustomed to be tallaged except at the order of the king, will find sufficient security to render 20 m. to the king in his Wardrobe at the Close of Easter for that tallage that the king exacted from them after that manor was taken into his hand by the death of Isabella de Brus, then he is not to distrain the same men henceforth for the aforesaid tallage but to permit them to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
The note concerning payment is written in a hand other than that which drafts the body of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4.
361
[No date]. Norfolk. Nicholas, son of Richard of Docking, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
362
[No date]. Yorkshire. John de Hay gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel dissesin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4, there is an erased note reading ‘in the compendium Roll’.
363
22 March. Westminster. Concerning dead wood in the park of Havering that is to be sold. Because the king has enjoined upon John le Waleys to sell the dead and windfallen wood (cablish) from his time and the coverts in the park of Havering with escheats to the king’s profit, order to the king’s bailiff of Havering to permit John to have free entry and exit into and from that park in order to make that sale by the view of the verderers and other trustworthy and law-worthy men. He is to place the monies that he shall receive towards undertaking the king’s works there by the testimony of the surveyors of the same works. Order to the verderers of the hundred of Becontree to attend to that sale together with the aforesaid John without delay. By the king.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 4, reads ‘Essex’.
364
[No date]. Surrey. Elias de Garschereche gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
365
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Jordan of Whitacre gives the king 2 m. of gold for having a pardon for his outlawry. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
366
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Thorini gives the king one mark of gold for quittance from [being placed upon] assizes, juries etc., which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.

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367
[No date]. The pledges of William Bluet are Henry Poitevin and Bartholomew Bigod for prosecuting concerning land in Wales.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
368
[No date]. Extracts of the amercements which are not paid on account of liberties. Order to the sheriff of Essex to make distraint for payment in the Wardrobe:

From the villate of Barking for a trespass … 1 4 m.; 2 From the villate of Romford for a trespass of measures … 2 m.; From the abbot of St. Osyth for his liberty concerning bushels poorly kept … 40s.; 3 From the liberty of Mulesham for a trespass of measures … 40s.; From the liberty of the bishop of London of Chelmsford for the same … 5 m.; From Thomas le Viniter of Chelmsford for wines sold contrary to the assize … 2 m.; From Michael le Weydere of London, who has a tavern at Maldon, for the same, 1 m.; From the villate of Standon’ for trespass of measures … 20s.

1.
This ellipsis here and below represents a horizontal line in the manuscript.
2.
Entry marked with a cross of cancellation.
3.
Entry marked with a cross of cancellation.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

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369
25 March. Westminster. Cambridgeshire. Robert Avenel gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
370
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William Malesoures gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
371
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William le Grant gives the king 10 m. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
372
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Andrew Luttrell gives the king 3 m. of gold for having the liberty that he will not be made a justice or any other bailiff etc. for life, and that he be not placed upon assizes, juries or recognitions, which he has paid in the Wardrobe and is quit.
373
Buckinghamshire. Nicholas, son of William of Emberton, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
374
[No date]. Essex. John del Hulle and Rose, his wife, give the king 2 m. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
375
28 March. Westminster. For John le Pindere. The king well recalls that he pardoned to Richard le Pindere the half-mark at which John le Pindere, his father, 1 was amerced before the justices at Newport. Because he is named as John le Messer in the rolls of the Exchequer, the king’s command concerning this has not yet taken effect, as is said. Order, therefore, to the barons of the Exchequer not to forgo causing Richard and John to be quit from the aforesaid half-mark on aount of this. By R. fitz Nicholas.
1.
‘John le Pindere, his father’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
376
[No date]. Norfolk. Richard le Waleys of Denton’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel dissesin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
377
[No date]. Norfolk. Richard Angot gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
378
[No date]. William, son of Richard de Steresby, gives the king half a mark for having a writ ad terminum [for a plea] before the itinerant justices at Nottingham. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc. 1
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
A marginal heading has been partially erased.
379
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Margaret Muschet gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Hertfordshire to the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
380
[No date]. Essex. Hugh de Mortimer gives the king 2 m. for taking an assize of novel dissesin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
381
[No date]. Norfolk. Ralph, son of Robert de Tilney, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel dissesin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
382
1 April. Westminster. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Levina atteWelhelde of Gattone the half-mark at which she was lately amerced before Henry de la Mare for a false plea against Henry de Heleg’ in the assize of novel disseisin which she arraigned before him by order of the king against the aforesaid Henry de Holeg’, concerning a tenement in Reigate. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to be quit therefrom. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
383
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Adam de la Dene and Agnes, his wife, and Marcelina daughter of Matilda give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel dissesin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
384
2 April. Merton. Concerning the works at Havering. Because John le Waleys, formerly the king’s bailiff of Havering, to whom the king has enjoined upon him several times to undertake the king’s works there, neglected to attend properly to those works, the king has absolved him from that office on condition that he shall answer at the Exchequer for the monies that he received in order to undertake those works. Order to the bailiff of Havering to attend as diligently to undertaking the same works so that the king ought with justice to commend his diligence in this matter. The king will cause that which he has spent in those works by the view and testimony of law-worthy men to be allowed to him from the issues of his bailiwick. By the king.
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, there is an erased note reading ‘in the compendium Roll’.
b.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Essex’.
385
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Roger son of William gives the king half a mark for having a writ of inquiry. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
386
[No date]. Surrey. John Herminer and Emma, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
387
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Michael de Malis Nodariis gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc., which he paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
388
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The king’s tin-miners of Devon and Cornwall give the king 10 m. for having confirmation of certain liberties that are contained in a charter of King John, which they are to pay in the Wardrobe at Pentecost in the thirty-sixth year in order to buy gold therewith.
a.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, is the following note: ‘They are distrained because they did not pay’.
389
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert de Anestig’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ of inquiry. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
390
Concerning the vills of Winchelsea and Rye, which have been committed. The king has committed the custody of the vills of Winchelsea and Rye to John de Burstowe to have and hold until the end of the two years next following Easter in the thirty-sixth year, rendering 200 m. to the king per annum at the Exchequer for the aforesaid custody, namely 130 m. for the vill of Winchelsea and 70 m. for the vill of Rye, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter. By the king and J. Mansel.
[in the Roll]
391
[No date]. Suffolk. Margaret de Chetebire gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
392
6 April. Windsor. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to William de St. Leger the £12 12s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the surplus of his wages that he received at the Exchequer at the time he was in the king’s service in Gascony. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William to be quit therefrom. By R. fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
393
[No date]. Berkshire. Gervase de Gudeford’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Reading. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
394
[No date]. Essex. Hugh de Arderne gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
395
[No date]. Essex. The same Hugh gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
396
[No date]. Leicestershire. William, parson of the church of Houcton’, gives the king 20s. for having a writ of grace before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
397
[No date]. Staffordshire. The abbot of Rocester gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, there appears to be an erased note reading ‘in the compendium Roll’.
398
8 April. Windsor. For John de Balliol and Dervorguilla, his wife. To the barons of the Exchequer. The king has pardoned to John de Balliol and Dervorguilla, his wife, 50 m. of the £100 at which they were amerced before him (coram nobis) for default, and has granted them that they may render £10 per annum of the remaining 100 m. at the Exchequer, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and £10 thus from year to year at the same terms until the 100 m. are paid to the king. Order to cause John and Dervorguilla to be quit from the aforesaid 50 m. and to have the aforesaid terms for the remaining 100 m. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
399
Concerning distraining William de St. Ouen. Order to John of Hanborough and Peter de Legh’, the king’s bailiffs of Woodstock, to distrain William de St. Ouen to pay to the king the 16 m. which he recognised he owes him before the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, and to put those monies towards the king’s works of Woodstock by the view and testimony of law-worthy men. By the abbot of Pershore.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Oxfordshire’.
400
Surrey. Margaret de Cray gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Surrey to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take security.
[in the compendium roll]
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, the marginalia ‘S’. Essex. in the Roll’ are corrected to ‘Kent. in the compendium Roll’.
401
For Robert de Ros. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to place in respite, until Easter in the thirty-seventh year, the demand for £25 2s. 1½d. that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Robert de Ros from his eyre to take the pleas of the forest in the aforesaid county while he was the king’s justice. By the king and J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
402
For Robert de Ros. Order to the sheriff of Northumberland to place in respite, until Easter in the thirty-seventh year, the demand for £91 3s. 8d. that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Robert de Ros for the issues of the forest while he was the king’s justice. By the king and J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
403
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William Gernon gives the king half a mark of gold for having a charter that he might chase fox, hare and cat in Essex for life, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
404
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John de Mares gives the king half a mark of gold for having a charter of warren and for acquitting the same etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
405
9 April. Windsor. For John de Grey. The king has given respite to John de Grey, until the quindene of St. John the Baptist next to come, from the 50 m. which he ought to have paid at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of a fine of 500 m. for the trespass he made in taking to wife Joan, who was the wife of Paulinus Peyvre, who was of the king’s gift, without his licence, and from the 50 m. which the aforesaid Joan ought to have paid to the king at the Exchequer at the same term of a fine of 500 m. that she had made with him for the custody of the land and heir of the aforesaid Paulinus. He has also given John respite from the 18 m. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the abbot of Basingwerk, until Easter in one month. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the aforesaid respite. By the king and J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
406
For William de Cantilupe. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for debt that they make by summons of the Excheqer from William de Cantilupe for the heirs of [Hugh of] Kilpeck, until the octaves of the Close of Easter. By R. fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
407
Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to the prior and convent of Chirbury the 40s. at which they were amerced before the justices of the Bench for unjust detention. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to be quit from the aforesaid 40s. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
408
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Robert de Neville gives the king 100s. for having a charter, namely that he might bring up to 200 acres of the demesne lands of his manor of Suttune within the metes of the forest of Galtres back to cultivation and for acquitting the same charter from [the fees of] the Chancery.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Yorkshire’.
409
10 April. Windsor. Concerning the manor of Condover, which has been committed. The king has granted the manor of Condover with appurtenances to Guy of Rochford to have and hold until the lawful age of the heir of Henry of Hastings, rendering £20 13s. 9¾d. for this each year at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to cause Guy to have full seisin of the same manor with appurtenances, as aforesaid. By the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Shropshire’.
410
Because otherwise below. The king has granted to Albreda de Botreaux and Joan de Neville that they may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter forthcoming in the thirty-sixth year, namely 2½ m. from each of them, for the 10 m. by which Albreda made fine with him for contempt in making a of a certain perambulation made between her and John Mansel, and for the 10 m. by which Joan made fine with the king for the same contempt, 5 m. at Michaelmas 1 next following, and 10 m. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 2 By J. Mansel.
1.
Corrected from ‘the Exchequer of Michaelmas’.
2.
Entry cancelled because otherwise [next] below. It is marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
411
For Albreda de Botreaux. The king has granted to Albreda de Botreaux and Joan de Neville these below-written terms for the 10 m. by which Albreda made fine with him for contempt of a certain perambulation made between her and John Mansel, to which she freely agreed, and of the 10 m. by which Joan made fine with the king for the same contempt, of a perambulation to be made between her and the same John, to which she freely agreed, namely that they may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter forthcoming in the thirty-sixth year, namely 2½ m. from Albreda and 2½ m. from Joan, 5 m. at Michaelmas next following by the same portions, and 10 m. thus in the following year at the same terms by the same parcels and portions. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
412
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Hugh Duket gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., 1 which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
‘for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc.’ interlined.
413
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The prior and canons of Merton give the king 2 m. of gold for having confirmation of their charters from the kings of England, which they have paid to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
414
11 April. Windsor. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Ebulo de Montibus, who has taken Joan de Somery to wife, the £10 by which Joan made fine with him for having the king’s protestation concerning the manor of Milton with appurtenances in Cambridgeshire, having been given to Robert de Muscegros. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Ebulo and Joan to be quit from the aforesaid £10. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
415
For the abbot of Pershore. The abbot of Pershore has delivered 20 m. to John of Hanborough and Peter de Lega, keepers of the king’s works at Woodstock, by order of the king, in order to undertake the same works, beyond the 46 m. which he delivered in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the same Wardrobe, of a fine of 132 m. that he made with the king for having the issues arising from the abbey of Pershore and the manors pertaining to it when it was last vacant and in the king’s hand, and the king has pardoned to him the other 61 m. that are left from the aforesaid fine. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot to be quit from the aforesaid 132 m. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
416
Suffolk. Richard de Ofton’ and Beatrice, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an attaint before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
417
Buckinghamshire. William Poynnaunt gives the king one mark for a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Buckinghamshire to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
In the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, there is an erased note reading ‘in the compendium Roll’.

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418
11 April. Windsor. Concerning selling coverts. Order to the bailiff of Havering to cause the windfallen wood and the coverts in the park of Havering from his time to be sold by the view of the verderers of the hundred of Becontree and the surveyors of the king’s works of Havering, and to put the money arising from this towards the same works by the view and testimony of the aforesaid surveyors. Order to the said verderers to attend to the aforesaid sale with him. By the abbot of Pershore.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Essex’.
419
For Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn. The king has pardoned to Gruffydd ap Gwenwynwyn the 20 m. at which he was amerced before Master Simon of Walton in the assize of novel disseisin which William Gernon arraigned before him against Gruffydd and his below-written men, concerning the tenement of Bakewell. He has also pardoned to Ivo the Steward and Richard, his brother, the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, to Richard le Tinekere and Henry de Hille the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, to Walter Hody and William Inthewro the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, to Walter son of William and Walter de Winefeld’ the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, to Abel son of Eustace and Matthew, his brother, the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, to Simon Furet and Simon son of Robert the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, to Henry le Knoue and Robert Gavel’ the half[-mark] at which they were amerced for the same, to Thomas son of Eustace, Richard de Chaladon’ and Walter, his brother, the 10s. at which they were amerced for the same, to Peter le Blund and Elias de Shaladon’ half-mark for the same, to Richard, son of Richard of Ashford, and William le Fevre the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, to Thomas le Blund and Richard de Langedon’ the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, to William le Clerk and William de Langesd’ the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, to Adam de Longedon’ and Thomas de Longed’ the half-mark at which they were amerced for the same, and to Henry Bugge, William Mazun and William son of Leticia the 10s. at which they were amerced for the same. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to be quit therefrom. By R. fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
420
12 April. Windsor. For Ebulo de Montibus. The king has granted to Ebulo de Montibus that, in the five years next following, he may render the debt of £18 and half a mark which are exacted from him for Eustace, son of Hervey of Cambridge, of the debts of Jacob and Antera, Jews of Cambridge, concerning which the king had granted him that he was to render a moiety thereof at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, namely 40s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the aforesaid year, 40s. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, £4 thus in the three following years at the same terms, and 3½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the fifth year. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause him to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
421
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Hake of Worcester, Jew, gives the king half a mark of gold for having a writ that he and his wife and children might be delivered from the prison in which they are detained. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to take security etc.
[in the Roll]
422
For David son of Thomas and Howell’, his brother. The king has pardoned to David son of Thomas and Howell’, his brother, 3 m. of the 6 m. which they owe him for an amercement, and he has given them respite from the remaining 3 m. until St. Peter in Chains. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to be quit from the aforesaid 3 m. and to have that respite from the remaining 3 m. By R. fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
423
For Ernald Cotin. The king has granted to Ernald Cotin that he may render £40 of the prest which the king made to him beyond his annual fee of £20 in the below-written manner, namely that, in each year in which he shall receive the aforesaid £20, £5 are to be retained from the same fee to the king’s use until the aforesaid £40 are rendered to the king in full, and in the meantime he shall receive £15 each year for his aforesaid fee. By the king.
424
For the prior of Chirbury. The king has granted to the prior of Chirbury that he may render 2 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year of the 4 m. which are exacted from him for the aid granted by men of religion to the king and 2 m. at Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
425
[No date]. Concerning a manor that has been committed. The king has committed the manor of Condover with appurtenances to Guy de Rochfort to have and hold until the lawful age of the heir of Henry of Hastings, rendering £20 13s. 9¾d. for this each year at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
426
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Giles of Clifford gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
427
15 April. Westminster. For the abbot of Holm Cultram. The abbot and monks of Holm Cultram paid 100 m. in the king’s Wardrobe at Canterbury of the 200 m. which they promised him for trespasses made in Inglewood forest, of which they were found guilty before G. de Langley and his associates, justices, in their last eyre to take the pleas of the forest in Cumberland, and he has granted them that they may render the remaining 100 m. in his Wardrobe in the quindene of St. John the Baptist. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot and monks to be quit from the aforesaid 100 m. and to have the aforesaid term for the remaining 100 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
428
For the abbot of Kirkstead. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Kirkstead the 5 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant at the Tower of London for a purpresture made in the same vill. The king has also pardoned to the same abbot the other 5 m. at which he was similarly amerced before Master Simon of Walton in the assize of novel disseisin that Master Nicholas del Wyz arraigned against him. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot to be quit from the aforesaid 10 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
429
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Robert de Hulmo gives the king £10 for a charter to have a warren, market and fair and for acquitting the same from the [fees of the] Chancery, which he has paid to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
430
17 April. Westminster. For the prior and convent of Grimsby. For the one mark of gold which the prior and convent of Grimsby rendered in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the same Wardrobe, the king has returned to them the corn, stock and all issues and revenues of their abbey pertaining to the king in the present vacation of the same abbey, excepting the tallage assessed and to be assessed upon the tenants of the same abbey in the time of the aforesaid vacation. Order to Thomas of Stamford, the king’s escheator, to permit the same prior and convent to have free administration of the corn, stock and all their other goods, together with the revenues of their turbary, 1 saving the aforesaid tallage to the king. If he has taken anything therefrom, he is to cause it to be restored to them without delay.
1.
‘together with the revenues of their turbary’ interlined.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Lincolnshire’.
431
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot and monks of Kirkstead give the king 2 m. of gold for having confirmation of their liberties, which they paid in his Wardrobe and are quit.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Lincolnshire’.
432
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert Dacre gives the king 3 m. of gold for having and holding the custody of the land and heir of Robert de Turp’ until the lawful age of the same heir, together with the marriage, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
a.
The marginal county heading, ‘Cumberland’, beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, has been crossed through.
433
[No date]. Concerning a manor that has been committed. The king has committed the manor of Bere Regis with appurtenances to Elias de Rabayne to hold at farm for as long as it pleases the king, excepting the custody of the king’s forest of Bere and the appurtenances of the same, rendering £18 each year at the Exchequer for the aforesaid manor, namely a moiety at Michaelmas and a moiety at Easter.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Dorset’.
434
Concerning gold paid in the Wardrobe. Aaron son of Abraham, Jew of London, has paid 10 m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., for Easter term in the thirty-sixth year of his fine of 20 m. of gold that he made with the king so that he might not be tallaged per annum at a greater sum of money for the four years next following Christmas last past. Order to the barons to cause Aaron to be quit from the aforesaid 10 m. of gold.
435
[No date]. Warwickshire. Hugh de Bereford’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
436
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a liberty. Robert de Leyham gives the king 5 m. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc., which he has paid at the Exchequer and is quit.
437
[No date]. Devon. Richard de la Busseye and Alice, his wife, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
438
[No date]. Somerset. Walter Chancellor gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
439
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a record before the king. Robert Clericus, William son of Thomas, Jerman son of Richard and John Basset of Exton in Rutland give the king 5 m. for having a record of a false judgement of the county court of Rutland before the king (coram Rege) in the octaves of Trinity by the pledge of William of Northampton and Baldwin de Drayton’ of Northamptonshire.
[in the Roll]
440
18 April. Westminster. For the men of Writtle. Because the manor of Writtle, which is of the king’s ancient demesne, has never been accustomed to be tallaged save by the special order of the king when other demesne lands of the king have been tallaged, the king has pardoned to the men of the same manor the tallage assessed upon them at the time when the same manor was taken into his hand by the death of Isabella de Brus. Order to the king’s escheator in Essex to permit them to be quit therefrom. The aforesaid men give the king 20 m. for this writ, which they have paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit. By the king.
a.
This entry is cancelled in E 371/17, m. 5. Because above.
441
[No date]. Concerning a fine for homage. The king has taken the homage of Robert de Brus, son and heir of Isabella de Brus, and he owes him £100 for his relief. He has land in Essex.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Essex’.
442
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Ernisius Merchant gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
443
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a warren. The prior of Panfield gives the king 10 m. for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery. He has paid those to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, reads ‘Essex’.
444
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Alice, daughter of Richard Everard, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
445
Concerning distraint for underwood which has been sold. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to make distraints for the monies owed to the king from his underwood which has been sold in his bailiwick by Thomas de Gimeges and his associates assigned to this, and to cause Thomas and his associates to have the aforesaid monies to the king’s use, for which they are bound to answer to the king at the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
446
[No date]. Somerset. William de Marisco gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
447
Concerning monies to be paid in the Wardrobe. Even though the king has ordered the sheriff of Wiltshire at other times to distrain the king’s verderers and foresters of Melksham and Chippenham to render to the king in his Wardrobe all monies arising from the windfallen wood sold in the same forests, order to the aforesaid sheriff to pay this at the Exchequer without delay. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
448
19 April. Westminster. For Ralph of Holland. The king has granted to Ralph of Holland that he may render 100s. at this Exchequer of Easter of the 45 m. which remain to be rendered of the 60 m. at which he was amerced before him (coram Rege) in an attaint taken in the last year at Stamford between Thomas of Moulton and Henry of Bath, concerning a tenement in Holbeach, paying 100s. thus at the same term for the three years next following, and £10 at Easter in the fourth year next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By Artald de Sancto Romano.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
449
[No date]. Kent. Adam de Somery gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
450
[No date]. Essex. The prior of Thoby gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

Membrane 14

451
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Nicholas de Weston’ gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries or recognitions, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., and is quit.
452
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Hugh son of Ralph gives the king 20s. of gold for a charter to have a warren, market and fair, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., and is quit.
453
For John de Neville. To the barons of the Exchequer. Order to cause the king’s beloved and faithful John de Neville to have respite, until Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, from the 20s. which he owes him for the aid granted to the king to marry his first-born daughter. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
454
For the abbot and monks of Holm Cultram. On Saturday next before St. George at Westminster, the abbot and monks of Holm Cultram paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., the 100 m. for which the king has given them respite until the quindene of St. John next to come of the 200 m. that they promised him for trespasses committed in Inglewood forest, of which they were found guilty before G. de Langley and his associates, justices, in their last eyre to take the pleas of the forest in Cumberland. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot and monks to be quit from the aforesaid 100 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
455
[No date]. Norfolk. Robert de Castre and Sibyl, his wife, and Andrew de Branton’ and Matilda, his wife, give the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
456
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Glastonbury gives the king 2 m. of gold for having an inquisition concerning the hambling of his dogs and 1 those of his men, which he has paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit. 2 Order to the sheriff of Somerset to cause them to be quit therefrom.
1.
‘of his [dogs] and’ interlined.
2.
What follows is entered by a different hand below the line at the right-hand edge of the membrane.
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 5, at this point is the following delivery note: ‘Phillip Luvel, treasurer, received this roll on 17 November in the thirty-seventh year [1252] under the king’s seal’.
457
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Brian of Throcking gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
458
[No date]. Concerning a fine for a charter. John Hay gives the king 10 m. for having a charter of warren, which he has paid to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
459
[No date]. Middlesex. Joan la Butillere gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
460
[No date]. For the citizens of Lincoln. The citizens of Lincoln give the king 60 m. so they might not be amerced or penalized before John Gubaud and William of Axmouth for common trespasses committed in the city of Lincoln and in the suburbs, which they are to pay at the Exchequer at Michaelmas in 15 days. By the king.
[in the Roll]
461
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Robert of Saltfleetby gives the king one mark for having a writ of inquiry. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
462
22 April. Westminster. For John Haunsard’. The king has granted to his beloved and faithful John Haunsard’ that he may pay him the 100 m. he owes of a prest made to him in Gascony at the below-written terms, namely 12½ m. at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 12½ m. at Easter next following, and 25 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 100 m. have been paid to the king in full, so that they are paid to the king before the time of his passage. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be enrolled and upheld thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
463
[No date]. Northamptonshire. David Long gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
464
[No date]. For the abbess of Barking. Memorandum that the abbess of Barking has delivered to Edward of Westminster, in order to buy gold therewith, 20 m. of the 50 m. which she owed the king of the tallage assessed upon the men holding from the aforesaid abbey while it was vacant and in the king’s hand, and she is to render the remaining 30 m. at the below-written terms, namely a moiety at St. John the Baptist in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at Michaelmas in the same year. By order of the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, reads ‘Essex’.
465
For Richard Savage. The king has granted to Richard Savage that he may render 10 m. per annum of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Cumberland for trespass of the same forest, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 10 m. at the same terms in the next year following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have those terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By E. of Westminster.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
466
Because otherwise below. The king has granted to R. de Quincy, earl of Winchester, that he may render 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant to take the pleas of the forest in Cumberland, and of another 20 m. at which he was similarly amerced before the king (coram Rege) for several defaults concerning the bridge of Wares, and the remaining 20 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 By the king.
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. It is marked by a cross in the margin. See no. 511.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
467
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for a liberty. William de Bikeleg’ gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
468
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Nicholas of Emberton gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
469
[No date]. Essex. Phillip son of Ernisius gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
470
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for a bailiwick. William de Lisle gives the king one mark of gold for having the bailiwick of the [sheriff of the] county of Northamptonshire, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., and is quit.
471
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold for a bailiwick. Oliver de Stanford’, brother and heir of Peter de Stanford’, gives the king half a mark of gold for having seisin of the lands formerly of the aforesaid Peter and the office of chaplain belonging to him, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., and is quit.
a.
The surname of the person making fine in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, is given as ‘Saunford’’.
472
23 April. Windsor. Concerning the county of Northamptonshire, which has been committed. The king has committed his county of Northamptonshire with the castle of Northampton to William de Lisle to keep for as long as it pleases the king in the same manner as Robert Basset previously held it, rendering £86 13s. 4d. per annum at the Exchequer for the profit of the aforesaid county, and he is to keep the castle of Northampton at his own costs. By the king.
[in the Roll]
473
23 April. Windsor. For Ralph de Gorges. Because Ralph de Gorges has not yet received £10 for Michaelmas term in the thirty-fifth year of his annual fee of £20, which the king granted him to be taken at the Exchequer and for which the treasurer and chamberlains received a writ of liberate, as is said, and because William de Guuyz has delivered 10 m. to the same Ralph upon his aforesaid fee by order of the king of the fine of 20 m. that William made with the king for the debts of Robert de Gouiz, his father, order to the same treasurer and chamberlains to cause William to be quit from the aforesaid 10 m. and, having allowed the aforesaid 10 m. to Ralph, to cause that which remains to be rendered to him of the aforesaid £10 for the aforesaid term to be delivered to him. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
474
Concerning a fine for renewing charters. The prior and canons of Sempringham give the king 200 m. for renewing the witnesses and changing the date on a charter of liberties that was granted to them and drawn up in the eleventh year of the reign of King Henry III, of which they are to render 100 m. at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year and 100 m. at Michaelmas in the thirty-seventh year.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, reads ‘Lincolnshire’.
475
25 April. Windsor. For the dean and chapter of York. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to place in respite the demand that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from the dean and chapter of York for the chattels of fugitives and wayfs, until Michaelmas in 15 days in the thirty-sixth year.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
476
For the dean and chapter of York. Order, in the same manner, to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
477
Concerning the custody of islands. The king has committed to Richard de Grey the custody of his islands of Guernsey and Jersey, together with the castles, rendering 400 m. every year at the Exchequer in time of peace for the profit of the aforesaid islands, namely 50 m. per annum beyond that which Drogo de Barentin 1 was accustomed to render for them, of which 400 m. he is to render a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘Drogo de Barentin’ written over an erasure.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, reads ‘Kent’.
478
For William of Englefield. The king has pardoned to William of Englefield the 5 m. by which he made fine with him for himself and his men of Shiplake for damage to bridges on the king’s rivers. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William and his men to be quit from the aforesaid 5 m. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
479
[No date]. Shropshire. Robert le Venur gives the king half a mark for having a writ ad terminum before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
480
Because above. The king has pardoned to William of Englefield the 5 m. by which he made fine with him for himself and his men of Shiplake for damage to bridges on the king’s rivers. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William and his men to be quit from the aforesaid 5 m. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because above. It is marked with a cross in the margin. See no. 478.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
481
Oxfordshire. Phillippa Basset, countess of Warwick, gives the king 40s. for having a writ of attaint before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Woodstock against John of Elsfield. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
482
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The abbot and convent of Wardon give the king 200 m. for having a charter of liberties, of which they are to pay 50 m. in the octaves of St. John the Baptist in the thirty-sixth year, 50 m. in the octaves of Michaelmas next following, 50 m. at the Purification of the Blessed Mary in the thirty-seventh year, and 50 m. in the octaves of St. John the Baptist in the same year.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, reads ‘Bedfordshire’.
483
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert Basset gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc., which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
484
27 April. Windsor. Concerning the counties of Warwickshire and Leicestershire which have been committed. The king has committed the counties of Warwickshire and Leicestershire to William Mansel at farm for as long as it pleases the king by rendering 190 m. per annum at the Exchequer for this. Order, by letters patent, to the archbishops, bishops etc. to be intendant and respondent to the same William as sheriff of the aforesaid counties in all things which pertain to the aforesaid counties. By the king.
[in the Roll]
485
Concerning the counties of Warwickshire and Leicestershire which have been committed. Order to Phillip Marmion to cause him to have full seisin without delay of the bailiwick of the same counties with the rolls, writs and all other things touching the bailiwick of the same counties.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
486
For William de Gouiz. The king has granted to William de Gouiz that, of the £500 which he owes him of the debt of Robert de Gouiz, his father, and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer, concerning which the king had previously granted him that he was to render 20 m. per annum at the Exchequer, he may henceforth render £10 per annum at the same Exchequer, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter and £10 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £500 are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
487
[No date]. Dorset. Robert Maltravers gives the king one mark for having a writ concerning breach of his peace before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take security.
[in the Roll]
488
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a confirmation. The men of Devon give the king 120 m. for having confirmation of certain of their liberties, of which they are to render one moiety at St. John the Baptist in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at Michaelmas next following.
[in the Roll]
489
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John son of Hugh gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
490
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Henry of Audley gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a market and fair, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
491
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Stephen Longespée gives the king 11 m. for a charter to have a market, fair and warren, which he has paid to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
492
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William Mansel gives the king 2 m. of gold so that he might have the counties of Warwickshire and Leicestershire at farm as Phillip Marmion had, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
493
[No date]. Sussex. Walter le Porter gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
494
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Richard son of Adam gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
495
[No date]. Suffolk. John son of Hugh and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
496
28 April. Westminster. Because otherwise below. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Shrewsbury and his men 1 all but 5 m. of the amercement at which they were amerced before him (coram Rege) at Westminster in the thirty-fifth year for disseisin. Order to the barons of the Exchequer not to exact more from him by the aforesaid reason. 2 By the king.
1.
‘and his men’ interlined.
2.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. See no. 509.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
497
[No date]. Because enrolled above and for one and the same cause. Walter del Fosse gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because enrolled above and for one and the same cause. See no. 297.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
498
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Robert, son of Peter of Legbourne, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
499
Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Hugh son of Richard the 20s. by which he made fine with him for taking an assize of novel disseisin between him and Warin de Munchesney before R. of Thirkleby, concerning a tenement in Thorrington, which assize was later revoked by order of the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Hugh to be quit from the aforesaid 20s. By R. Walerand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
500
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John of Ousefleet gives the king 20 bezants for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid them to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
501
[No date]. Norfolk. William of Flegg and Richard of Flegg give the king one mark for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the compendium roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, is corrected from ‘Norfolk’ to ‘Kent’.
502
[No date]. Somerset. Stephen de Aston’ and Juliana, his wife, give the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
503
[No date]. Essex. Nicholas le Butiller gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
504
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Patrick de Chaworth gives the king one mark of gold for having a charter to enclose his wood of Howode, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
505
For Elena de Percy. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until Easter in the thirty-seventh year, the demand that they make from Elena de Percy for £4 from the tallage of four carucates of land in the soke of Pickering which Richard de Percy held, and for 100s. for the same of another four carucates of land in the same soke, 1 and for 4 m. from the vill of Seamer because it did not come. By J. Mansel.
1.
The remainder of this sentence is interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
506
[No date]. Somerset. William Dodding’ gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
507
30 April. Westminster. Because otherwise below. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Shrewsbury 32 m. of the 47 m. at which he and his men were lately amerced before him (coram Rege) at Westminster in the thirty-fifth year for disseisin, on condition that he shall render the remaining 5 m. of the aforesaid amercement. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot to be quit from the aforesaid 32 m.. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. It is marked with a cross in the margin. See no. 509.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
508
For Simon of Maidwell. It is otherwise below. The king has betaken himself for Simon of Maidwell to William Belet, his valet, for the 200 m. which Simon owed the king for the arrears of the account of Alan, his father, from the time when Alan was sheriff of Northamptonshire, and has granted William that he may render 20 m. per annum for this, namely 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 20 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 200 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Simon to be quit therefrom, to cause William to have the abovesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 13

509
1 May. Westminster. For the abbot of Shrewsbury. Because the king granted that the abbot of Shrewsbury and his men shall not be amerced above 5 m. for the disseisin which he and his men made, and that his justices, not knowing this, amerced him and his men for the same disseisin at 47 m., order to the barons of the Exchequer to receive 5 m. from the aforesaid abbot and his men and cause them to be quit from 42 m. of the aforesaid 47 m., at which the aforesaid justices amerced them. 1 By the king as above
1.
For earlier, cancelled versions of this grant see nos. 496 and 507.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
510
[No date]. Worcestershire. John de la Folye gives the king 3 m. for having a writ of grace before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
511
For R. earl of Winchester. The king has pardoned to R. earl of Winchester 130 m. of the £100 at which he was amerced before him (coram Rege) for several defaults, and has granted him that he may render 20 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year of the remaining 20 m. and of another 20 m. at which the same earl was amerced before him (coram Rege) for trespass of the forest, and 20 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit from the aforesaid 130 m. and to have the aforesaid terms for the remaining 20 m. and the other 20 m. 1 By the king.
1.
For an earlier, cancelled version of this entry see no. 466 above.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
512
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of St. Osyth gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a market at his vill of Brentwood, which they [sic] have paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
513
[No date]. Sussex. Robert of Rumbridge gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
514
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The prior of Maldon gives the king one mark of gold for having an inquisition, which he has paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
515
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Richard de Bolbec gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
516
2 May. Westminster. Concerning the manors of Marden and Lugwardine, which have been committed. The king has committed his manors of Marden and Lugwardine with appurtenances to Henry of Monmouth, together with a meadow called Michelelongebimlt, to be held from the king at farm for as long as it pleases the king, rendering £95 for this each year at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at Michaelmas and the other moiety at Easter. By the abbot of Pershore.
[in another originalia roll]
517
Concerning manors that have been committed. The king has committed his manors of Minsterworth and Rodley with appurtenances to John le Mazun and William de Benfeud to hold from him at farm for as long as it pleases the king, rendering £70 for them each year at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at Michaelmas and the other moiety at Easter. 1 By the abbot of Pershore.
[in the Roll]
1.
For a later version of this writ, dated 20 October, see no. 1245 below.
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, reads ‘By writ. Gloucestershire’.
518
Concerning the fine of Alexander of Montgomery [sic]. Phillip, son of Alexander of Montgomery, has made fine with the king by 100s. so that the mill which Phillip erected above his fee next to the River Severn might be allowed to stand forever, and so that Phillip and his heirs might hold forever at fee farm another mill that is next to the same river and that pertains to the king’s castle of Montgomery, rendering one mark for this at Michaelmas and one mark at the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary annually to the king’s bailiff of Montgomery who will be at that time, and for having a charter concerning the aforesaid and for acquitting the same from [the fees of] the Chancery he gives the king 11 m. By the king and Guy de Rochfort.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, reads ‘Shropshire’.
519
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de la Launde gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries, etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, reads ‘Lincolnshire’.
520
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John Deyncourt gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a warren, market and fair, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, reads ‘Lincolnshire’.
b.
At the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, is the following additional text: ‘and he owes 11 m. for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery’.
521
[No date]. Norfolk. William, son of Richard de Olney, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
522
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Thomas son of Brian gives the king 3 m. of gold for having an amendment to a charter that he has concerning the custody of the land and heir of John de Treyly, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
523
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John Deyncourt, who gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a market and other things, as is contained a little above, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit therefrom, owes the king 11 m. for acquitting the same charter from [the fees of] the Chancery.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
524
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Aymer de Noers gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries, etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
525
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Walter le Cu gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
526
[No date]. Bedfordshire. The prior of Dunstable gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
527
[No date]. Berkshire. William le Butiller gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
528
5 May. Westminster. For the prior of St. John of Jerusalem in England. The king has given respite to the prior of St. John of Jerusalem in England, until the quindene of Michaelmas, from all debts and demands, both concerning assarts and other things touching him and his men. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite. By the king .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
529
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot and monks of the church of St. Mary of Newminster give the king 4 m. of gold for having a confirmation from him, which they have paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
530
[No date]. Sussex. William Avenel of Angemere gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
531
[No date]. Somerset. William de Lisle of Brocton’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
532
For Walter of Clifford. The king has granted to Walter of Clifford that his lands may be extended by order of the king for the debts he owes him. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Walter to have respite from the aforesaid debts until the quindene of St. John the Baptist next to come. By the king .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
533
[No date]. Yorkshire. William son of Walter and Reginald, his brother, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
534
[No date]. Norfolk. John de Bretton’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
535
[No date]. Worcestershire. Jocelin son of William gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
536
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Ralph, son of Alan le Champeneys of Soterton’, gives the king 3 m. of gold for having a pardon for the death of John de Couele, of which he is accused, of which he has paid one mark in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, and he is to pay the remaining 2 m. in his Wardrobe at St. John the Baptist in the thirty-sixth year. 1 He has land in Lincolnshire. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
Authority clause entered here.
537
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot and monks of Pipewell give the king 5 m. of gold for having a confirmation, which they have paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit. 1 By the king.
1.
Authority clause written below the line at the right-hand edge of the membrane, possibly by a different hand.
538
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Robert de Pakeham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
539
[No date]. Hampshire. Nicholas de Depeden’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
540
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Ida Doyry gives the king 3 m. of gold so that she is not impleaded in the king’s court (in Curia domini Regis) by Godfrey de Millers except by common writs and according to the law of the land. She has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit. By the king .
541
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Agnes, who was the wife of Geoffrey de Verly, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
542
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Matilda, who was the wife of Thomas de Perin, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 6, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of the first roll, 228½ m. of silver and 25 m. of gold’.
543
[No date]. Yorkshire. William Bertelmeu 1 gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before Alan of Wassand and Adam de Hultun’. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
1.
‘Remigius of Pocklington and’ crossed through before this name.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
544
7 May. Westminster. For the heirs of Hugh of Kilpeck. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the morrow of Trinity, the demand that they make from the heirs of Hugh of Kilpeck for the amercements made upon them in the last eyre of G. de Langley in Herefordshire for trespass of the forest. By R. fitz Nicholas .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
545
8 May. Westminster. Concerning counties that have been committed. The king has committed the county of Gloucestershire to Adam de Netsted’ to keep for as long as it pleases the king.
546
Concerning counties that have been committed. In the same manner the king has committed the counties of Surrey and Sussex to William of Micheldever. 1 He is to render 180 m. per annum at the Exchequer for the profit of the aforesaid counties, and he is to keep the castle of Guildford.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is entered by a different, smaller hand.
547
Lincolnshire. William de Croyton’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
548
8 May. Westminster. For Isabella of Everingham. The king has pardoned to Isabella of Everingham all trespasses that she made in Sherwood forest until Ascension Day in the thirty-sixth year. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to permit Isabella to hold her bailiwick in the same forest in peace just as her ancestors have held it in their times. By J. Mansel.
[in the Roll]
549
For Isabella of Everingham. The same Isabella gives the king 40 m. for having that writ and for a pardon of the trespass that she made in Inglewood forest. She has land in Nottinghamshire.
[in the Roll]
550
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Later he paid the other 2 m. and is quit. The prior of Carlisle gives the king 4 m. of gold so that a close made against the assize of the forest and 14 of his messuages at Seburgh’ might remain, of which he has paid 2 m. in the Wardrobe and will pay the remaining 2 m. in the king’s Wardrobe at St. John the Baptist in the thirty-sixth year. By the king.
a.
The note concerning full payment is added at the end of this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, by a hand other than that which drafts the main body of the entry.
551
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Plessetis, the forester of Somerset, gives the king 2 m. of gold so that the park of Neuton’ might remain a close. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
552
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The same gives the king one mark of gold for having a judgement. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
553
[No date]. Concerning a fine for Thomas Copmanwra. Thomas de Copmanwra gives the king 20 m. for trespasses made in the forest of Lancaster in his bailiwick, of which he is to render 5 m. per annum, namely 2½ m. at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 2½ m. at Easter next following, and 5 m. thus per annum for the three years next following at the same terms. 1 He has land in the county of Lancaster.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
What follows is entered by a different hand.
554
[No date]. Concerning a fine for John de Thorenton’. John de Thorentun’, forester of Pickering, gives the king 25 m. for his trespasses of the forest and for his prises due from him and his ancestors, of which the king has granted to him he may render 6 m. 40d. per annum, namely 3 m. 20d. at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 3 m. 20d. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 6 m. 40d. per annum thus for the three years next following at the same terms. He has land in Yorkshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
555
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. William Wardeben gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

Membrane 12

556
10 May. Westminster. Essex. Isabella de Chandos gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
Two marginal county headings beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, read ‘Essex’, in the hand of the scribe who drafted other marginalia, and ‘Cambridgeshire’, in the Exchequer hand of the scribe who added ‘in the Roll’.
557
For the prior and convent of Carlisle. The king has granted to the prior and convent of Carlisle those three acres of assart which they caused to be assarted in the lawn of Sedbergh and those twelve acres of purpresture in the lawn of Rugthwayt which they caused to be occupied in the king’s forest of Inglewood, to have and hold from the king and his heirs by the same prior and convent and their successors, rendering 17s. 6d. for this per annum to the king and his heirs at the Exchequer at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, reads ‘Cumberland’.
558
[No date]. Essex. Hugh de Ardene gives the king 2 m. for taking an attaint before Giles of Erdington and Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
559
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Walter de Stacheden’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
560
Concerning the heirs of Richard of Wrotham. Because there is dispute between the heirs of Richard of Wrotham concerning the bailiwick of the forest of Somerset and Devon, and because the king has given them a day at Michaelmas in 15 days to hear their judgement concerning the aforesaid bailiwick, order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for £20 that they make from the same heirs by summons of the Exchequer for their relief of the same bailiwick, until the aforesaid day. By R. Walerand .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
561
Concerning a fine of gold. The prior of Spalding gives the king one mark of gold for having a pardon because he received a certain man who had been accused of the death of another. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, reads ‘Lincolnshire’.
562
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Aaron of York, Jew, gives the king 3 m. of gold for having a writ that he and his wife and their children shall not be imprisoned before one month after Pentecost next to come, which he has paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, reads ‘Yorkshire’.
563
[No date]. Somerset. William Russell gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
564
12 May. Westminster. For Robert of Stafford. The king has betaken himself to Master Robert of Stafford, archdeacon of Stafford, for the 60 m. which Robert of Stafford owes to Aaron of York, Jew, so that the same Master Robert is to render that money to the king in the quindene of St. John the Baptist next to come at the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the abovesaid Robert to be quit therefrom, to cause the said Master Robert to have the same term, to cause those monies to be allowed to the same Jew in his tallage last past, 1 and to cause this to be enrolled thus.
1.
‘past’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
565
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Thomas, son of Henry de Suttun’, and Juliana, his wife, give the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
566
[No date]. Norfolk. Henry de Wytton’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
567
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Agnes, daughter of John le Lung, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
568
Hertfordshire. John de Sutheye gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before W. le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
569
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Eudo de Homleg’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
570
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. John son of Walkelin gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
571
14 May. Westminster. For John de Grey. The king has given respite to John de Grey, until Michaelmas in 15 days, from the 18 m. which are exacted by summons of the Exchequer and which he ought to have taken from the abbey of Basingwerk for a trespass made to the king while he was justice of Chester, and from the £20 which are similarly exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the custody of the land and heir of Ralph de St. Amand. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same respite. By J. Mansel .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
572
[No date]. Sussex. Hugh Chapman of Broadwater and Alice, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
573
Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Fécamp gives the king one mark of gold for having a charter of warren, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
574
[No date]. Somerset. Robert son of Gervase gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
575
For Robert Houel. The king has granted to Robert Houel that he may render 12 m. 20d. at the Exchequer at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year of the 24 m. 40d. by which he made fine before the justices last itinerant at Ipswich for the receipt of malefactors, and 12 m. 20d. at Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By R. Walerand .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
576
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Aaron of York, Jew, gives the king half a mark of gold for having respite from his tallage, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
577
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William, son of William the Seneschal of Evesham, gives the king 20 half pennies of Murcia for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc,, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
578
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The men of Portsmouth give the king one mark of gold so that his barons of the Cinque Ports do not vex them contrary to their liberties and customs that are used and approved, and for having the king’s letters patent concerning this. They have paid this in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
579
17 May. Westminster. Concerning the whole community of the Jews of England. The king has granted to his whole community of the Jews of England that they may render 8000 m. of the tallage of 10000 m. which he caused to be assessed upon them, namely 4000 m. in the octaves of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year and 4000 m. in the quindene of Easter next to come, for which grant made to the said Jews by the king they are to render 50 m. of gold to him on the morrow of St. John the Baptist next forthcoming. Even though the king had previously granted to certain of his Jews by his letters that they might be tallaged at a certain tallage per annum, order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews not henceforth to do anything about this by any command that they have had but to tallage them with the aforesaid whole community according to their means until the king has given them express command about this otherwise.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
580
By the pledge of William de St. Omer. Concerning a fine for Petronilla de Tany. By the fine of £100 which Petronilla de Tany has made with him, of which she has paid 5 m. of silver in gold cash down in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., the king has granted her that she might freely marry herself when and to whom she will wish. The king wishes that she may render 22½ m. of the aforesaid money at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 22½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-seventh year, 25 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and the remaining 50 m. at the same terms in the following year. In [testimony] of which etc. 1 These letters are patent.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, reads ‘Wiltshire’.
581
[No date]. Concerning a fine of Henry Cottyn. Henry Cottyn, citizen of Lincoln, gives the king 10 m. of silver for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, reads ‘Lincolnshire’.
582
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Thomas, son of Virgilius of Dover, gives the king one mark of gold for having a remission of a trespass that he made in the vill of Dover, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
583
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Robert of Newark gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
584
[No date]. Essex. Thomas, parson of the church of Magna Stanbrig’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
585
[No date]. For the bailiffs of Southwark. The bailiffs of Southwark give the king 20s. for carrying two approvers by his order from the prison of Southwark to Newgate. They have paid this in the Wardrobe.
586
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The prior of Ely gives the king 5 m. for a charter to have a warren in all of his demesne lands, which he has paid to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith and is quit. 1 Later, he gave the king another half-mark of gold for acquitting that charter from [the fees of] the Chancery, which he has paid to Edward of Westminster and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
587
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Stephen de Wodeham gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, has been corrected from ‘Hertfordshire’ to ‘Cambridgeshire’.
588
Concerning the manor of Yatesbury which has been committed. The king has committed his manor of Yatesbury with appurtenances to Robert Walerand to have and hold at farm for as long as it pleases the king, rendering £20 for this per annum at the Exchequer, namely £10 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and £10 at the Exchequer of Easter.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, reads ‘Wiltshire’.
589
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Warin of Bassingbourn gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
590
[No date]. Essex. John, son of Adam of Waledon’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
591
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Ada Hoc gives the king one mark for having a writ relating to the county of Lincolnshire before the itinerant 1 justices at Leicester. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘itinerant’ interlined.
a.
The name of the person making fine is given as ‘Adam Hoc’ in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7.
592
21 May. Merton. For Henry of Mapleton and Richard, his brother. The king has granted to Henry of Mapleton and Richard, his brother, that he may render 10 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year of the 80 m. by which they made fine before S. bishop of Carlisle and his associates, justices last itinerant in Nottinghamshire. for a trespass, 10 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 20 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 80 m. are paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have the aforesaid terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
593
[No date]. Suffolk. Thomas Skemtard gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
594
For Michael Bernard. The king has granted to Michael Bernard that he may render 10 m. per annum of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before William of Axmouth and William le Breton for a trespass, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 10 m. thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
595
For the men of the king’s demesne lands. Order to the keeper of Sherwood forest to place in respite the demand he makes from the king’s men of his demesne lands in the aforesaid forest for hambling their dogs, until the king orders him otherwise. By R. fitz Nicholas .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
596
[No date]. Concerning a fine of Thomas, abbot-elect of Dublin. The abbot-elect of [the abbey of] St. Thomas, Dublin, gives the king 10 m. for having his grace concerning his temporalities in Ireland, which he has paid to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
597
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Andrew de Weston’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
598
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Gilbert, son of Nigel de Weston’, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
599
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Hugh son of Robert gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
600
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William, son of Robert de Weston’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
601
[No date]. Sussex. The abbot of Trespos gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
602
[No date]. Kent. Robert of Twitham and William, John and Hamo, his brothers, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
603
[No date]. Concerning the custody of the land and heir of Aymer Bataille. Concerning a fine of gold. The king has granted to German Tailor, his servant, the custody of the land and heir of Aymer Bataille to have and hold until the lawful age of Aymer’s heirs together with the marriage for 2 m. of gold, of which he has paid one mark of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and will pay the other mark at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. 1 Later, he paid half a mark of gold, and there still remains half a mark of gold to be paid.
[in the Roll]
1.
What follows is written between the two lines of this entry.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, reads ‘Essex’.
b.
The note concerning final payment is omitted in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7.
604
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert, son of Matthew de Dunyton’, gives the king ten talents for having the liberty that he be not placed upon any assizes, juries or recognitions. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
a.
The sum of money is given as ‘ten bezants of gold’ in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7.
605
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Suttun’ gives the king 20 bezants for having the liberty that he be not appointed coroner or be placed upon assizes, juries, etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
606
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Aumale gives the king half a mark of gold for having the record of a plea before the king (coram Rege), which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
607
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William Heyrun gives the king 2 m. of gold for having a pardon for his trespasses, which he and his clerks and bailiffs committed at the time he was sheriff of Northumberland. He has paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
608
23 May. Merton. For William de Redvers. The king has pardoned to William de Redvers the 40s. at which he was amerced before Henry of Bratton in Somerset for disseisin. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit from the aforesaid 40s.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
609
For William d’Evreux. For the half a mark of gold which William d’Evreux paid in his Wardrobe to P.Chaceporc, keeper etc., on Thursday in the week of Pentecost, the king has pardoned to him 16 m., namely the 5 m. that he ought to have paid him for having a charter of warren and the 11 m. that he similarly ought to have paid for acquitting the same charter from [the fees of] the Chancery. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William to be quit from the aforesaid 16 m.
610
For William d’Evreux. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to permit him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
611
[No date]. Cornwall. Warin Doynel gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cornwall to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll of the forty-third year]
612
[No date]. Derbyshire. William le Graunger gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Derbyshire to the justices at Leicester. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
613
[No date]. Norfolk. John, son of Walter de Rungetonholm’, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
614
24 May. Merton. For Agnes Hervei. The king has committed to Agnes Hervei eight acres of land from an assart with appurtenances in Wythecok, to be held for as long as it pleases the king, so that she may render 1d. to him per annum for each acre more than she was accustomed to render. Order to Peter de Neville to cause Agnes to have full seisin of the same land, as aforesaid.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, reads ‘Leicestershire’.
b.
A note before the witness clause in this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7 reads ‘And it is in Rutland’.
615
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John of Rydale gives the king one mark of gold for having a charter of warren and the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
616
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Alexander, son of Lambert of Threekingham, gives the king half a mark for having a writ of inquiry. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
617
[No date]. Essex. Alice daughter of Emelina, Thomas le Turnur and Petronilla, his wife, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
618
[No date]. Kent. Joseph, son of Alexander de Trumstede, gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
619
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Estwyk gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries, etc., which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 7, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of the second roll, 693½ m. of silver and 29½ m. and 20 bezants of gold’.
620
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Redvers gives the king half a mark of gold for having the same liberty. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
a.
Above this entry in the top left corner of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 8, is a large cross.
621
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Brus gives the king 2 m. of gold for having a charter of warren and the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
622
[No date]. Norfolk. Bartholomew son of Ostelm and Roger, John, Richard and Peter, his brothers, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
623
[No date]. Essex. William de la Fenne and Eustace de Broma of Writtle give the king 40s. for having justices to deliver the gaol of Colchester. They are to be distrained by the sheriff of Essex.
[S’, in the Roll]
624
[No date]. Norfolk. Richard de Sancto Dionisio gives 5 m. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry de la Mare and John of Gatesden against William le Rus. He has land in Norfolk.
[S’, in the Roll]
625
[No date]. Suffolk. John de Paris and Alice, his wife, give the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
626
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Hugh de Stratford gives the king half a mark of gold for having a writ of inquiry concerning his bailiwick in the forest of Whittlewood. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.

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627
28 May. Westminster. Concerning a fine of gold. Geoffrey, son of Geoffrey of Rockingham, gives the king one mark of gold for having a pardon for the death of Phillip le Escot, of which he has been accused and condemned. 1 Later, he paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is entered by another hand.
628
29 May. Westminster. For Mathias Bezill. The king has pardoned to Mathias Bezill the 40s. which are exacted from him for one tun of wine that Robert Dacre sold to him out of the king’s wines. Order to the same Robert to cause Mathias to be quit from the aforesaid 40s.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
629
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The citizens of Dublin give the king 20s. of gold for a charter to have a fair, which they have paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
630
[No date]. Bedfordshire. William, son of Robert de Middelton’, gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before the king’s justices at Leicester. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
631
30 May. Westminster. For Sabina del Ortiay. The king has taken the homage of Sabina del Ortiay, daughter and heiress of Mabel Revel, for all lands and tenements which Mabel held from the king in chief, and the king has rendered all of the aforesaid lands and tenements to her. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from Sabina for £100 to the king’s use for her relief, which she is to render within four years, namely £12 10s. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, £12 10s. at Easter next following, and £25 thus in each of the three following years at the same terms, he is to cause her to have full seisin of all lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid Mabel, of which she was seised in her demesne as of fee on the day she died.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 8, reads ‘Somerset and Dorset’.
632
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Thomas de Roshale gives the king 20s. of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. and that he be not a coroner, escheator or verderer of the king. He has paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
633
[No date]. Because he did not have it. Ralph de Salcey gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Leicester. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it. It is marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
634
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The prior of Markby gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
635
Kent. Beatrice, who was the wife of John de Swenlegh’, gives the king half mark for a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Kent to the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
636
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Durford gives the king half a mark of gold for having a charter of warren and for acquitting that charter from the [fees of the] Chancery. He has paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the same Wardrobe, and is quit.
637
[No date]. Sussex. The prior of Tortington gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminumr. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
638
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Gilbert de Kyrkeby gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a market and fair, which he has paid to the king in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
639
31 May. Westminster. For Sabina del Ortiay. The king has granted to Sabina del Ortiay, daughter and heiress of Mabel Revel, the same terms as he had previously granted to the aforesaid Mabel for rendering the debts that she owed him at the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause her to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By P. Chaceporc .
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
640
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Thomas son of Ralph and John, his brother, give the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
641
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The abbot of Barlings gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Leicester. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
642
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The same abbot gives the king one mark for having a similar writ before the same justices. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
643
[No date]. Kent. William Godmede gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
644
[No date]. Shropshire. Walter, son of Nicholas of Kinlet, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
645
[No date]. Essex. Henry de Tresgoz gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
646
[No date]. Essex. Ralph of Barking gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
647
1 June. Westminster. For Roger le Flemeng’. Roger le Fleming has satisfied the king in half a mark of gold of the one mark of gold by which he made fine with him for a trespass, and the king has given him respite from the other half-mark of gold until the quindene of St. John the Baptist. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit him to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
648
Devon. Thomas, son of John de Woneston’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
649
Sussex. Pharao de Porta gives the king half a mark for having a writ that he be delivered from the prison in which he is detained, on condition that the sheriff of Sussex had previously taken security from him that he will satisfy Robert de Porta for the damages inflicted upon him and upon the king for that which pertains to him from this.
[S’, in the Roll]
650
2 June. Westminster. For Stephen de Glemmeford’. The king has given respite to Stephen de Glemmeford’, until the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, from the remaining 10 m. which he owes him of the 40 m. that he owed him for the corn of William de Plessetis sold to him. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
651
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Ralph de Haya gives the king half a mark of gold for having a writ of inquiry. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
652
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Andrew Luttrell gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a market and fair. He has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
653
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John de Berners gives the king half a mark of gold for having a charter of warren. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
654
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Hulmo gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
655
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Salomon le Eveske, Jew, gives the king half a mark of gold for having a renewal of a grant that the king previously made to him. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
656
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Aaron Blund and Elias, his brother, and Samuel Blund, son of the same Aaron give the king one mark of gold for having respite from their tallage. They have paid this to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
657
Norfolk. Simon, son of John Page, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before R. of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
658
Suffolk. Thomas of Gosbeck, chaplain, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before W. le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
659
4 June. Westminster. For Master Robert of Stafford. The king has granted to Master Robert of Stafford that he may render in the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year the £20 in which he is bound to him for the debts of Aaron of York, Jew, which he ought to have rendered to the king in the quindene of St. John the Baptist next to come. Order to the barons of the Exchequer and the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause him to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
660
For R. de Quincy, earl of Winchester. The king has pardoned to R. de Quincy, earl of Winchester, the 3 m. at which his men of War’ were amerced before him (coram Rege) because they did not have the same earl before the king (coram Rege) as they had pledged in a plea concerning the bridge of Warr’. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him and his aforesaid men to be quit therefrom. By Phillip Luvel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
661
[No date]. Yorkshire. William de Berford’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
662
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert of Stopham gives the king half a mark of gold for having a charter of warren and a writ concerning liberties, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
663
Gloucestershire. Henry le Estut gives the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
664
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The prior of Sixhills gives the king 2 m. of gold for a charter to have a warren, market and fair, of which he has paid one mark in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the same Wardrobe, and he will pay the other [mark] at Michaelmas. 1 Later, he paid the other mark of gold in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand in slightly fainter ink.
a.
The note concerning final payment in the top left corner of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 8, is written by a hand other than that which drafts the body of the entry.
665
[No date]. Norfolk. William of Holkham gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
666
[No date]. Suffolk. Giles of Wattisham gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
667
[No date]. Essex. William le Hanepur gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
668
[No date]. Norfolk. Nicholas de Warflee gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
669
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The barons of Faversham give the king 2 m. of gold for having a charter of liberties, which they paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
670
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Henry of Braytoft and Nicholaa, his wife, give the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
671
5 June. Westminster. For F. bishop of London. The king has pardoned to F. bishop of London the 100 m. at which he was amerced before him (coram Rege) for trespass of venison in the forest of Galtres and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
672
[No date]. Hertfordshire. John de Sutheye gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
673
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Peter of Yattendon gives the king half a mark of gold for having a charter of warren, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
674
[No date]. Sussex. Amice de Chanceaux gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
675
[No date]. Norfolk. Gilbert de Frowesham gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
676
[No date]. Suffolk. Thomas de Burgh gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
677
For Ralph fitz Nicholas. The king has given respite to Ralph fitz Nicholas, until the quindene of Michaelmas, from the demand for the scutage of the armies of Gascony and Deganwy. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
678
6 June. Westminster. For the mayor of Bristol. The king has placed in respite, until Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, all trespasses of which Simon le Clerc, mayor of Bristol, was accused before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire not to trouble or molest the same mayor in the meantime by reason of the aforesaid trespasses.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
679
For the mayor of Bristol. Concerning a fine of gold. The same Simon gives one mark of gold for having that respite, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
680
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The mayor and bailiffs of Bristol give the king one mark of gold for having their vill back, which was taken into the king’s hand for a trespass. They are to pay this on the morrow of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. 1 They have paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and are quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
The note concerning final payment in the top left corner of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 8, is written by a hand other than that which drafts the body of the entry.
681
[No date]. Norfolk. Walter son of Robert gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
682
[No date]. Herefordshire. William de Capel gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
683
[No date]. Kent. Robert, son of Reginald de Pontefracto, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand and Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
No mention is made of ‘Roger of Whitchester’ as a justice in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 8.
684
[No date]. Essex. Gilbert de Deneford’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
685
[No date]. Middlesex. The same Gilbert gives the king half a mark for another writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
686
8 June. Westminster. For Drogo de Barentin. The king has given respite to Drogo de Barentin, formerly keeper of the king’s islands [of Jersey and Guernsey], from the arrears of the farm of the same islands until Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
687
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Alice de Estr’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
688
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Master Aaron of Canterbury and Isaac de Pulet’ give the king ten gold talents for having respite from their tallage. They have paid this to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
689
[No date]. Essex. Sabina de la Stepelton’ gives the king half mark for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
690
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Thomas Kinne gives the king one mark of gold for having a charter of warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit of everything that pertains to the Chancery [for fees].
691
[No date]. Essex. William son of Walter gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
692
[No date]. Essex. Christina, who was the wife of Richard of Ramsden, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
693
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Robert de Coleville gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
694
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Margaret countess of Lincoln and Richard of Wiltshire give the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a fair, which they have paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
695
[No date]. Sussex. Juliana, who was the wife of Richard de Grenestede, and Christiana, her daughter, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
696
[No date]. Norfolk. Alan de Westgate and William, his brother, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
697
[No date]. Suffolk. John Houel gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
698
9 June. Westminster. For Henry of Bath. Wishing to do special grace to Henry of Bath, the king grants him that all of his debts that he owes him and that are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer, both for the fine of 2000 m. for having the king’s grace and for the issues of the king’s manor of Pickering and 1 for his other debts that he owes him, are to be attermined at 200 m. per annum, just as the king previously granted him concerning the aforesaid fine, so that he may pay only 200 m. per annum for all of this at the terms specified in that fine.
1.
‘… for the issues of the king’s manor of Pickering and’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
699
[No date]. Essex. John de Wydelou gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
700
[No date]. Herefordshire. Alice, daughter of William de la More, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
701
[No date]. Suffolk. Thomas, son of John de Stanton’, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
702
For Henry de Mara. The king grants to Henry de Mara that he may pay £10 per annum of the 70 m. which remain to be rendered to him of the 100 m. by which he made fine with him for the custody of the land and heirs of Walter de Merc, concerning which the king previously granted him that he was to pay 20 m. per annum, namely 100s. at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 100s. at Easter next following, and £10 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 70 m. have been paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Henry to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By R. fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
703
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Matthew Burel and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
704
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Thomas of Croft gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the king (coram Rege) at St. John the Baptist in 15 days. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

Membrane 11d.

705
[No date]. These are the extents of the lands collated to R. earl of Cornwall, namely Risenberge and Glatton’ for £97, but the earl received these two manors for £100; item, the manor of Besinton’ was extended for £80 21½d.; item, the manor of Hailes for £40.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 10

706
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Peter le Clerc of Pinchbeck gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
707
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Nigel de Longeford’ gives the king one mark of gold for having a charter of warren and the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
708
[No date]. Leicestershire. William de Beauchamp gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Leicester. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire [sic] to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
709
[No date]. Surrey. Walter, son of Emma ate Berelond’, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
710
13 June. Windsor. For Hugh of Clifford. The king has granted to Hugh of Clifford that he may render £7 at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year of the £14 which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the arrears of the debts of Richard of Clifford, Hugh’s father, for which Hugh made fine with the king, and £7 at Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Hugh to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By R. Walerand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
711
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Lumbard of Cricklade, Jew, gives the king six bezants for having respite from his tallage, which he has paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
712
[No date]. Hampshire. Geoffrey de Cundy gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Winchester. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
713
[No date]. Essex. Robert of Ware gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
714
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William Maufe gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The fine is for a ‘writ of trespass’ in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 8.
715
[No date]. Norfolk. Andrew son of Roger gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
716
[No date]. Norfolk. Thomas, son of Andrew Luvel, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
717
[No date]. Suffolk. Nicholas del Bergham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 8, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, 297 m. 4s. 10d. of silver and 21½ m. and 50 bezants of gold’.
718
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Furneys gives the king half a mark of gold for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Thomas of Stamford, John de Lee and Robert de Coyners, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
719
[No date]. Gloucestershire. John de Kayrwardin and Blandina, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
720
15 June. Windsor. For Phillip Marmion and Joan, his wife. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the octaves of Michaelmas, the demand that they make by summons of the Exchequer from Phillip Marmion and Joan, his wife, and from Isabella, her sister, for the debts of Hugh of Kilpeck, father of Joan and Isabella, whose heiresses they are. They are to cause the aforesaid Isabella to be summoned to be before them then to answer the king with her parceners for the aforesaid debts. They are to cause it to be diligently inquired by their rolls concerning all debts in which Phillip is bound to the king for himself and to cause the king to know without delay in how much he is bound to him and for what. 1 By J. Mansel.
1.
Authority added by a different hand at the very end of the line.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
721
For William, son of Warin de Aumeleg’. The king has granted to William, son of Warin de Aumeleg’, that he may pay 5 m.per annum of the 40 m. which he is bound to him for the executors of the testament of William Hardel, namely 2½ m. at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 2½ m. at Easter next following, and 5 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 40 m. have been paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause William to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
722
For Gerard de Rodes. The king has given respite to Gerard de Rodes for the three years next following St. John the Baptist next to come from the £30 which he owes him, on condition that at the end of the same three years he will satisfy the king in full for the aforesaid £30. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Gerard to have the aforesaid respite, to cause this to be done and enrolled thus and not to molest him in any way in the meantime by reason of the same debt. By J. Mansel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
723
Concerning a fine for the citizens of York. For the 500 m. of silver and 10 m. of gold which the citizens of York will render to him at the terms that he has given to them, the king has remitted to them the tallage that is about to be assessed upon them in the city of York. Order to Thomas of Stamford and his associates [assigned] to assess tallage in the county of Yorkshire to assess no tallage in that city but to permit them to be quit therefrom, as aforesaid.
a.
Entries 723–25 are amalgmated into one in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 9, save for a marginal note which reads ‘Later, they paid 5 m. of gold to P. Chaceporc and 5 m. still remain, indicating that the note of final payment was only made in the fine roll’.
724
Concerning a fine for the citizens of York. They are to render a moiety of the aforesaid silver at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at Easter next following at the Exchequer.
a.
Entries 723–25 are amalgmated into one in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 9, save for a marginal note which reads ‘Later, they paid 5 m. of gold to P. Chaceporc and 5 m. still remain, indicating that the note of final payment was only made in the fine roll’.
725
Concerning a fine for the citizens of York. They are to render the aforesaid gold at the same terms in the king’s Wardrobe. 1 Later, they paid 5 m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe at the terms set for them, and they are quit therefrom.
1.
What follows added by a different hand.
a.
Entries 723–25 are amalgmated into one in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 9, save for a marginal note which reads ‘Later, they paid 5 m. of gold to P. Chaceporc and 5 m. still remain, indicating that the note of final payment was only made in the fine roll’.
726
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Gilbert de Theford’ gives the king half a mark for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
727
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John Bone gives the king 24 bezants so that he might have his livestock and debts arrested at Yarmouth under plevin until Michaelmas next to come, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
728
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Robert de Vieuxpont gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
729
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Alan of Healing gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
730
[No date]. Norfolk. Simon de Wychton’ gives the king 20s. for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
731
[No date]. Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Ralph de Bethum and Robert de Stokeport for all lands and tenements which Quenilda, daughter of Richard son of Roger, held from the king in chief. Order to Thomas of Stamford, the king’s escheator, to take security for 40s. to the king’s use. They have land in the county of Lancaster.
[S’, in the Roll]
732
17 June. Reading. Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Phillip, son and heir of Reginald of Colwick, for all lands and tenements which Reginald held from the king in chief. Order to Thomas of Stamford, the king’s escheator, to take security for 10 m. to the king’s use. He has land in Nottinghamshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
733
[No date]. Lancaster. Robert de Stokeport and Ralph de Bythum give the king 20s. for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
734
20 June. Winchester. Concerning the homage of Benedict Gernet which has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Benedict Gernet for all lands and tenements which Roger Gernet, his father, whose heir he is, held from the king in chief in the county of Lancaster. Order to Thomas of Stamford, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from Benedict for 40 m. to the king’s use for his relief, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements of which the aforesaid Roger, his father, was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died. 1 He is to render a moiety of the aforesaid monies at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at Easter next following.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
a.
A faint marginal note beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 9, appears to read ‘s’. 46 m.’
735
Concerning the homage of Benedict Gernet that has been taken. Order to G. de Langley, justice of the forest, to cause the same Benedict to have full seisin of the bailiwick which the aforesaid Roger held from the king in the forest of Lancaster, saving to the king the amends [he must make] for the trespasses made in the aforesaid forest by the aforesaid Roger.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
736
[No date]. Norfolk. The master of the Hospital of St. Mary Magdalene outside Norwich gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
737
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Henry de Hengham gives the king one mark of gold for a charter of warren and having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
738
[No date]. Sussex. William le Faucuner gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
739
[No date]. Sussex. Walter le Porter gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
740
[No date]. Sussex. Gilbert de Lisle and Joan, his wife, give the king 2 m. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take.
[S’, in the Roll]
741
[No date]. Sussex. Herbert de Borshunte gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
742
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. William, son of Robert de Pageham, and John, his brother, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
743
[No date]. Hertfordshire. William [de] Walepol gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
744
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Jacob son of Flura gives the king ten gold bezants for having a writ of inquiry before Edward of Westminster, William le Breton and Thomas Esperun, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
745
[No date]. Suffolk. William son of Robert and John, his brother, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
746
[No date]. Surrey. Simon de Suwelle gives the king 20s. for taking a certain certification [of an assize] of mort d’ancestor before the justices of the Bench. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
747
[No date]. Warwickshire. William de Waure gives the king 20s. for having the record of a plea before the king (coram Rege). He has land in Warwickshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
748
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Richard de Feld’ of Fulney gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before G. of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
749
[No date]. Herefordshire. Gerard de Huscemaynne gives the king 2 m. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
750
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Thomas, son of Roger de Welleton’, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
751
[No date]. Wiltshire. William de Ringeburn’ gives the king one mark for having the assize that was arraigned before the justices at the first session before the king (coram Rege) upon his arrival at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
752
[No date]. Norfolk. Richard le Kempe gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
753
Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Aubrey, son and heir of Aubrey de Child, for all lands and tenements which the same Aubrey, father of the same Aubrey, his father, held in chief of the king in Cambridgeshire. Order to William de Boleswrth’, the king’s escheator in the aforesaid county, that, having accepted security from the abovesaid Aubrey for 20s. to the king’s use for his relief, he is to cause the same Aubrey to have full seisin of all lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid Aubrey, his father, whose heir he is, of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died.
a.
An alternative witness clause, ‘Reading, 17 June’, is given in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 9.
754
25 June. Winchester. Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Ralph of Gateley, son and heir of Ralph of Gateley, for all lands and tenements which the same Ralph held in chief of the king in Norfolk. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted sufficient security from the aforesaid Ralph for rendering £10 to the king for his relief, he is to cause the abovesaid heir to have full seisin of all lands and tenements that the same Ralph, his father, whose heir he is, held of the king in the aforesaid county, of which he was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died.
[S’, in the Roll]
755
Concerning a fine of gold. Samuel Blund, Jew, gives the king five pennies of Murcia for having a writ of inquiry, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
756
[No date]. Suffolk. Isabella de Valognes gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
757
[No date]. Dorset. Thomas de Vaym gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
758
[No date]. Concerning gold paid in the Wardrobe. Ralph Martel has paid half a mark of gold in the Wardrobe at Winchester for the relief of a moiety of the king’s sergeanty in Rynhale in Essex, and he is quit.
759
[No date]. Berkshire. Hugh, son of John de Aula, and Thomas, his brother, give the king half a mark for having before the king (coram Rege) the assize of novel disseisin that was arraigned at the first session. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
760
28 June. Winchester. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Willelma de Atelit’ the half-mark which is exacted from her for the concealment of a trespass committed at her manor of Alba Doyng’. Order to the sheriff of Essex to permit Willelma to be quit from the aforesaid half-mark.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
761
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Thomas Attewelle gives the king eight gold bezants for having a writ, which he has paid to P.Chaceporc and is quit.
762
[No date]. Lancaster. Jordan de Hulton’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
763
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Alice, who was the wife of Richard son of Ralph of Little Hale, gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
764
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The men of the abbot of Abingdon of la Hurst give the king one mark of gold for having a record before the king (coram Rege), which they are to pay in the quindene of Michaelmas next to come in the king’s Wardrobe. They have land in Berkshire.
[in the compendium roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 9, reads ‘Berkshire’.
765
[No date]. Leicestershire. Luke of Montgomery, Matilda, his sister, and Robert de Overtun’ give the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum [for a plea] before the justices at Warwick. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
766
29 June. Clarendon. Buckinghamshire. John de Grey gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
767
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Matthew Hoese gives the king one mark of gold for having a charter of warren, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
768
[No date]. Somerset. Richard de Bereford’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
769
[No date]. Dorset. Hawise de Wodekesworthe gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
770
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. Ralph, son of Walter of Folksworth, and Richard, son of Oliver of Stilton, give the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This entry is out of sequence in the originalia roll, E 371/17, being placed on m. 15 after the final entry on this roll, no. 1319, below.
771
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William Cotel gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

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772
2 July. Clarendon. Wiltshire. Jordan of Smallbrook gives the king half a mark for taking an assize before the king (coram Rege) at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
773
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Ros and Isabella, his wife, give the king one mark of gold in bezants for having a charter of warren, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
774
3 July. Clarendon. Concerning gold paid in the Wardrobe. On Wednesday next after the feast of the Apostles SS Peter and Paul in the thirty-sixth year, the prior of Hereford paid 2 m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., by which the same prior made fine with him for certain trespasses committed by him in those parts. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
775
[No date]. Leicestershire. Roger, son of William de Neuton’, gives the king half a mark for having a writ of grace before the justices at Warwick. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
776
[No date]. Concerning a fine for Jordan de Lisle and Emma, his wife. Jordan de Lisle and Emma, his wife, give the king 5½ m. for having a writ concerning their reasonable share [of an inheritance?], which they have paid in his Wardrobe at Clarendon in order to buy gold therewith and are quit.
777
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Thomas Greyleg’ and Christina, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
778
[No date]. Wiltshire. Margaret de Dodeleye gives the king 20s. for having an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
779
[No date]. Wiltshire. Martin de Hertham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Marlborough. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
780
[No date]. Wiltshire. Petronilla Burel gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) upon his first arrival at Marlborough. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
781
[No date]. Wiltshire. Richard Doget gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
782
[No date]. Somerset. Adam son of William gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
783
[No date]. Somerset. William de Poulet gives the king half a mark for having a writ of inquiry as to whether he has 20 librates of land or a knight’s fee valued at £20 per annum, or not. He has land in Somerset.
[S’, in the Roll]
784
[No date]. Somerset. Gerard Bagedrit gives the king half a mark for the same. He has land in Somerset.
[S’, in the Roll]
785
[No date]. Somerset. Geoffrey de Wulmereston’ gives the king half a mark for the same. He has land in Somerset.
[S’, in the Roll]
786
6 July. Clarendon. For William d’Aubigny. The king has pardoned to William d’Aubigny the tallage assessed upon the mill of Goswytemiln’ outside Gloucester which the king granted to him for life. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to permit him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
787
[No date]. Sussex. Amice de Chaunceus gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
788
For the bailiffs and wealthy men of Northampton. For the £100 which his bailiffs of Northampton and the wealthy men excepted from the community of his vill of Northampton are to render to him at two terms, namely a moiety at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year and the other moiety at Easter next following, the king has remitted to them the tallage that is about to be assessed upon them in the aforesaid vill, saving to the king that tallage which is assessed upon other men of the aforesaid vill by name. Order to Richard le Rus and Richard de Shireburn’ and their associates assigned to assess tallage in the vill of Northampton to assess no tallage upon the aforesaid bailiffs and other men excluded from the aforesaid community, but to permit them to be quit therefrom, saving to the king that tallage assessed upon other men of the aforesaid vill by name, as aforesaid.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 9, reads ‘in the Roll by the originalia concerning tallage’.
789
[No date]. Suffolk. Nicholas de Sheltone gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
790
[No date]. Norfolk. Robert of Morley gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
791
[No date]. Wiltshire. John son of Simon and Isabella, his wife, and Joan, Isabella’s sister, give the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before the king (coram Rege) at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
792
Concerning a fine for Hugh d’Aubigny. Hugh d’Aubigny has made fine with the king by 5 m. for having a pardon of a trespass committed by him in that a certain man was hanged by judgement of his court who was not taken red-handed (cum manu opere). The king has rendered to him all liberties which he took into his hand by reason of the aforesaid trespass. He has paid those 5 m. in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
793
[No date]. Essex. Phillip, son of Robert de Wyham’, gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
794
[No date]. Essex. Clement of Rising gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
795
For German Tailor. The king has granted to German, his tailor, all corn formerly of Aymer Bataille in Bradewell’ and Lachindon’ for the reasonable value at which Simon de Stanford, the king’s escheator in Essex, took them into the king’s hand for a debt in which Aymer was bound to the king. Order to the aforesaid escheator to cause the aforesaid corn to be valued by the oath of trustworthy [men] etc. and be delivered to the same German, having, however, accepted good security from him that he will answer for that value in part payment of the debt of the aforesaid Aymer at the Exchequer at certain terms.
796
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Ralph Russell gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he might freely chase fox, hare and cat for life, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
797
[No date]. Hampshire. William, son of Hugh de Cumbe, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
798
[No date]. Somerset. Ralph Russell of Fayrefeld’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
799
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a confirmation. Henry Hoese, cousin and heir of Geoffrey Hoese, gives the king 20 m. for having a confirmation, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
800
[No date]. Concerning a fine for Geoffrey of Bridport. Geoffrey of Bridport gives the king 5½ m. so that he is not distrained for life to take up the arms of knighthood, which he has paid to the king in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
801
[No date]. Essex. Thomas le Wasper gives the king one mark for taking an assize before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The assize is given as ‘of novel disseisin’ in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 9.
802
[No date]. Sussex. William, son of Hugh de Cumbe, gives the king half a mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
803
[No date]. Suffolk. Hubert de Rumilly gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 9, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, 213 m. of silver and 24 m. and 16 bezants of gold’.
804
[No date]. Leicestershire. Richard son of Richard gives the king half a mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Warwick. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
805
[No date]. Leicestershire. Richard son of Martin gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
806
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Theobald de Trigesham gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
807
[No date]. Wiltshire. Alice, who was the wife of John de Muleford’, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) at Marlborough. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
808
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Robert King gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
809
[No date]. Somerset. John le Rus gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
810
[No date]. Rutland. Geoffrey of Rockingham gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Rutland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
811
[No date]. Wiltshire. Nicholas of Haversham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the king (coram Rege) at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
812
[No date]. Leicestershire. Arnald de Neuton’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Leicestershire to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
813
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. Walter de Pavilly gives the king 15 m. for a charter to have a market and fair, which he has paid in his Wardrobe and is quit.
814
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Elias, son of William de la Falays, gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he might chase hare, fox and cat in the counties of Hampshire and Dorset, which he has paid in the Wardrobe and is quit.
815
11 July. Clarendon. Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of William de Senefeld’ and Roger Kokerell’ and Juliana, his wife, for all lands and tenements which John de Waud, uncle of William and brother of Juliana, whose heirs they are, held of the king in chief in Havering. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from William, Roger and Juliana for paying £7 4s. to the king for their relief, namely a moiety at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year and a moiety at Easter next following, he is to cause them to have full seisin of all lands and tenements of which John was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died. 1 They have land in Essex.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 10, reads ‘Essex’.
816
[No date]. These 10 m. ought not to be placed in the extracts because the king has given them to Hugh Botyun. Christiana Wake has made fine with the king by 10 m. that she might marry whomever she will wish freely and without impediment from the king.
a.
The marginal note beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 10, reads slightly differently: ‘Later, the king gave those 10 m. to Hugh de Botiun that the aforesaid Christiana paid to him, and she is quit’.
817
[No date]. For Reginald le Rus. The king has granted to Reginald Red, his servant, the land of la Redhope with appurtenances in the manor of Havering to have and hold for as long as it pleases the king, rendering 8s. for it per annum to the king’s bailiff of Havering who will be at that time to the king’s use, namely a moiety at Michaelmas and a moiety at Easter for all services, customs and exactions.
818
[No date]. Somerset. Richard son of Bernard gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
819
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Thomas, son of Ralph Pilet, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
820
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Adam of Messingham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
821
[No date]. Somerset. William Malet gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
822
[No date]. Kent. Thomas Berenger gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
823
[No date]. Lincolnshire. John de Dive gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
824
[No date]. Concerning a fine for John de la Strode. John de la Strode gives the king 5 m. for having respite from making himself a knight until the Nativity of the Blessed Mary in the thirty-sixth year, which he has paid in his Wardrobe and is quit.
825
[No date]. Concerning a fine for Matthew de Boville. Matthew de Boville gives the king 10 m. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries, etc., which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe in order to buy gold therewith and is quit.
826
[No date]. Concerning a fine for Henry de Percy. Henry de Percy of Chaldefeud’ gives the king 5 m. for having respite from making himself a knight until Christmas in the thirty-seventh year, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
827
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Gilbert son of Hugh and Agnes, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
828
[No date]. For the heirs of Simon of Norwich. The king has granted to the heirs of Simon of Norwich, formerly his clerk, for the 2 m. of gold by which they made fine with him, that they are to be quit forever from all accounts and all reckonings in which Simon was bound to the king for whatever wardship or bailiwick he held from the king, to be rendered to the king wherever he will be in England on the eve of the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, and he has granted them these below-written terms for the £20 16s. 2d. in which Simon was bound to the king for his account rendered to him concerning the custody of the bishoprics of Chester and London, namely that they shall render £10 8s. 1d. to him at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year and £10 8s. 1d. in the octaves of Hilary in the thirty-seventh year. They have found these pledges for rendering both the aforesaid 2 m. of gold and the aforesaid £20 16s. 2d. to the king at the aforesaid terms: Master Paulinus, buyer [of the king’s wine] and William son of Herbert of Derbyshire, Michael, the king’s butler, from Bedfordshire, and Robert of Stopham of Yorkshire. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be enrolled and kept thus. 1 Later, they paid 20 m. of silver for the aforesaid 2 m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe at Marlborough and are quit therefrom.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
829
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot and monks of Rievaulx give the king 3 m. of gold for having a confirmation of their charters, which they have paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
830
15 July. Clarendon. For Margaret de Redvers, countess of the Isle [of Wight]. Amice countess of Devon has prayed to the king that for the £400 in which Margaret de Redvers, countess of the Isle [of Wight] is bound to Aaron son of Abraham, of which she renders £30 to Aaron at two terms, namely £15 in the octaves of Michaelmas and £15 in the octaves of Easter, for the £80 in which the same Countess Margaret is bound to Cok, son of the aforesaid Aaron, of which she renders £15 per annum to him at the aforesaid terms, and for the £20 which the same Margaret is bound to render to Aaron Blund and Samuel, his son, at the same terms, and for the £9 which she is bound to render to Elias Blund at the same terms, she might enter into the payment of the aforesaid money for the aforesaid Countess Margaret and render 80 m. per annum to the aforesaid Jews for her at the aforesaid terms, namely to each of them according to the portion pertaining to them, until the aforesaid debts had been paid. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews that if this might be done saving the king’s tallage of the Jews, they are to cause it to be done and kept. If not, they are to signify their counsel to the king by their letters as to what he might do.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
831
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot and monks of Kirkstead give the king 20s. of gold for a charter to have a warren, which they have paid in his Wardrobe and are quit.
832
[No date]. Concerning a fine of Geoffrey de Wyvelesford’. Geoffrey de Wyvelesford’ gives the king 20 m. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries, etc. and that he be not compelled either by the king or any of his bailiffs to make himself a knight unless he wishes. He has paid those 20 m. in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
833
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Andrew de Weston’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
834
[No date]. Shropshire. Adam de Merlawe, Nicholas de Merlawe, Henry and Walter, brothers of the same Nicholas, William de Merlawe, Walter de Eleton’ and Adam Spok give the king one mark for having an inquisition concerning the death of Richard Le Rede, of which they have been accused. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 10, has been corrected over an erasure to read ‘Buckinghamshire’.

Membrane 8

835
17 July. Ludgershall. Yorkshire. Emma of Haldenby, Mabel and Alice, her sisters, give the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Yorkshire to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
836
[No date]. Suffolk. Thomas, son of Ralph de Northun’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
837
[No date]. Dorset. William de Lega gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
838
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Nicholas Burdun gives the king one mark of gold for a charter of warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc., which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
839
For Roger Waspayl. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for £10 that they make from Roger Waspail for having a warren in Ireland until Michaelmas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
840
18 July. Marlborough. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Lathum and Thomas de Chaworth give the king 20s. of gold for a charter to have a market and fair, which they have paid in the king’s Wardrobe and are quit.
841
[No date]. Essex. Walter Estirker and Norman Norris give the king 10s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
842
[No date]. Essex. Robert Merchant of Ipswich gives the king 10s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
843
[No date]. Hampshire. Alan de Farnham and Margaret, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 10, has been corrected over an erasure to read ‘Berkshire’. There is also a cross beside this entry on the right edge of the roll.
844
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Alan de Farnham and Margaret, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
845
[No date]. Cumberland. Nicholas de Moriceby gives the king one mark for taking an assize of darrein presentment before the bishop of Carlisle. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
846
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The bishop of Durham gives the king 2 m. of gold for having a writ, which he has paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
a.
The fine is for a ‘writ of grace’ in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 10.
847
[No date]. Surrey. William de Scaldeford’ gives the king 20s. for having the record of a plea before him (coram Rege). He has land in Surrey.
[S’, in the Roll]
848
[No date]. Concerning a fine for the abbot of Abingdon. The abbot of Abingdon gives the king £10 for having a writ that he be maintained in the same seisin of the customs and services of his men of Hurst in which he was by a judgement delivered [in a plea] between him and the aforesaid men in the king’s court (in curia Regis) before the justices of the Bench. 1 Later, he paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit. He has a writ concerning this to the barons of the Exchequer.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 10, reads ‘Berkshire’.
b.
The note concerning final payment is omitted in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 10.
849
[No date]. Wiltshire. Robert le Gentil gives the king one mark for having a writ of inquiry. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
850
[No date]. Wiltshire. Memorandum that the sheriff of Wiltshire ought to answer for 30s. 8d. of the chattels of hanged man, namely William de Tinhid’ who is now sheriff.
[S’, in the Roll]
851
[No date]. Concerning a fine for John Mauduit. John Mauduit gives the king 5½ m. for having respite from making himself a knight. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
852
[No date]. Lincolnshire. John, son of Okes’ of Wrangle, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
853
[No date]. Wiltshire. Agnes de Rouwedon’ gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
854
[No date]. Wiltshire. John de Astone gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before him (coram Rege) at Marlborough. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
855
22 July. Marlborough. For the prior of Bradenstoke. The king has pardoned to the prior of Bradenstoke the 40s. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Yorkshire for the common summons. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
856
Concerning a fine of gold for a Jew. For the half-mark of gold which Samuel le Blund, Jew of London, paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., the king has given him respite, until the quindene of Martinmas in the thirty-sixth year [sic], from the £30 in which he is bound to the king for the arrears of his tallage from Hilary term last past. Order to William le Breton and Robert de Ho to permit Samuel to have the aforesaid respite and to cause his chattels, taken into the king’s hand for the aforesaid reason, to be delivered to him in the meantime, having accepted sufficient security from him that he will not remove those chattels from the king’s land.
857
For Henry le Macetren. On Tuesday next before St. James, in the king’s Wardrobe at Marlborough, Henry le Macetren paid £10 to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., of the 50 m. which were owed to the king of the 100 m. that Henry owed him for the trespass he made in the city of Winchester, and the king has pardoned him 20 m. of the remaining 35 m., so that he shall render those 15 m. that are in arrears of the aforesaid debt at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next to come. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Henry to be quit from the aforesaid 20 m. and £10 and to have the abovesaid term for rendering the remaining 15 m. to the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
858
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. Theobald de Brus gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
859
[No date]. Somerset. Bartholomew de Emnebir’ and Isabella, his wife give the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
860
[No date]. Because in the Close Roll. Order to John Silvester to cause £200 of the portion pertaining to the king of the issues of the exchange to come to the king without delay […] 1
1.
Entry unfinished and cancelled because in the Close Roll. See CR 1251–1253, p. 90.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
861
[No date]. Suffolk. Alice la Manaunte gives the king one mark for taking an attaint before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
862
[No date]. Suffolk. The same Alice gives the king another mark for taking another attaint before the same. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
863
[No date]. Suffolk. The same Alice gives the king a third mark for taking another attaint before the same. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
864
[No date]. Shropshire. William, abbot of Combermere, gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
865
[No date]. Devon. Robert de Crues, Alan de Sancto Gorono, Ralph de Baukumme and Amy, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
866
[No date]. Hertfordshire. John de Selford’ and Beatrice, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
867
Concerning a fine of gold. Elena de Percy gives the king 2 m. of gold so that her woods pertaining to her manor of Seamer that are within the metes of the king’s forest of Pickering might be quit from regard for all of her life, of which she is to pay one mark to the king on Thursday next after St. James the Apostle in the thirty-sixth year and the other mark on the morrow of Michaelmas in the same year. 1 She has land in Yorkshire. 2 Later, she paid the other mark in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit therefrom.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
What follows is entered by another hand.
868
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Later, he paid 3 m. of gold and is quit. Alan of Moulton gives the king 3 m. of gold for having seisin of the wood of Allerdale together with the waste which he had therefrom before the eyre of the justices to take the pleas of the forest in Cumberland. He is to pay this at the Nativity of the Blessed Mary in the thirty-sixth year. He has land in Cumberland.
a.
The note concerning final payment is written in a hand different to that which drafts the main body of the entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 10.
869
[No date]. Wiltshire. Petronilla Burel gives the king one mark for taking an attaint before him (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Clarendon. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
870
26 July. Marlborough. For the men of Leticia de Cahaignes. The king has pardoned 2 m. of the 7 m. at which Thethingus de Sumerford’, 1 Henry le Provost, Adam le Provost, Ralph de la More, Nicholas le Fevre, Nicholas son of Roger, Robert Makerman, Peter le Akerman, Henry Smallholbe, Walter a Boventon’, Robert la Pape, Hugh son of Edith, Henry le Provost, Andrew, son of Henry de Sumerford’, William le Moner, Robert le Akerman, Walter Hervy, Richard Hervy and Henry de Sumerford’, men of Leticia de Cahaignes, 2 were amerced before him (coram Rege) for pledging, on condition that they shall pay the remaining 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next to come. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
1.
‘The king, of the 7 m. at which Thethingus de’ written over an erasure.
2.
Oddly, ‘Henry Smallholbe‘, ‘Ralph de la More’, ‘Nicholas le Fevre’, ‘Adam le Provost’ and ‘Peter le Akerman’ are repeated in this list.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
871
[No date]. Concerning a fine for Richard Fulcon’. Richard Fulcon’ gives the king 8½ m. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon any assizes, juries or recognitions, which he has paid in his Wardrobe and is quit.
872
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Alice, who was the wife of Walter de Burgh, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Robert Walerand. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 10, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, 807½ m. of silver and 16 m. and 47 bezants of gold’.
873
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Abraham son of Elias, Jew of Winchester, gives the king ten gold talents that he might be delivered from the prison in which he is detained, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
There is a small cross above this entry at the top of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11.
874
[No date]. Leicestershire. William le Estraunge gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
875
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Herbert son of Richard, William, Herbert’s brother, Reginald le Provost and Peter son of Walter give the king 20s. for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
876
[No date]. Concerning a fine for Walter del Frith’. Walter del Frith’ of Ledbury gives the king £6 13s. 4d. for having a pardon of his outlawry. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
877
[No date]. Cornwall. Stephen de Beauchamp gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cornwall to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll of the forty-fourth year]
878
29 July. Marlborough. For Hugh de Godeshull’. The king has granted to Hugh de Godeshull’ that he may render 5½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year of the 11 m. in which he is bound to him for acquitting a charter from [the fees of] the Chancery, and 5½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Hugh to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
879
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Geoffrey de Eschalers gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
880
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Jacob son of Flury gives the king six half pennies of Murcia for having a writ that, having called Salunela of Norwich and Abraham, her nephew, before the justices assigned to the custody [of the Jews], justice may be shown to him for the injuries inflicted upon him by the same Jews. He has paid the same coins in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
The fine is simply for a ‘writ of grace’ in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11.
881
[No date]. For Richard Esturmy. Richard Esturmy has the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc., and for having that liberty he shall release to the king the 10 m. in which the king was bound to him for his gift, which he ought to have received by the hand of Robert de Muscegros by writ of computate.
882
[No date]. Hampshire. Alexander Hoese and Isabella, his wife, give the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
883
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Elias le Eveske, Jew of London, gives the king 30 half pennies of Murcia for having a writ of inquiry, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
884
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Josceus [le] Jofne, Jew of York, gives the king 20 half pennies of Murcia for having a writ that his body be not imperilled by prison or in another manner. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
885
[No date]. Bedfordshire. John le Enfaunt and Mabel, his wife, and Isabella, Mabel’s sister, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
886
[No date]. Bedfordshire. The abbot of Wardon gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
887
[No date]. Cumberland. John de Langliuergh’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of darrein presentment before John le Francis. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
888
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Abraham Russell, Jew of Wilton, gives the king half a mark of gold for having a writ that he be delivered from prison. He has paid this in the Wardrobe and is quit.
889
[No date]. Concerning a fine for John de Boulton’. The king has granted to John de Boulton’, then mayor of Carlisle, 16 acres of land that are within the fee of Soureby, which is within the metes of Inglewood forest, to have and hold by him and his heirs from the king and his heirs by rendering 20s. 8d. 1 annually to the king at the Exchequer of Michaelmas for all services, customs and demands, whereas he had not previously rendered more than 2s. per annum.
1.
‘8d.’ interlined.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11, reads ‘Cumberland’.
890
[No date]. Concerning a fine for John de Boulton’. The same John gives one mark of gold for having a charter concerning this, which he is to pay to the king at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. He has land in Cumberland. 1 Later, he paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
The note concerning final payment is written in a hand different to that which drafts the main body of the entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11.
891
[No date]. Yorkshire. John, son of Robert le Chapeler of Wrothertun’, gives the king 20s. for having a writ of inquiry. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
892
[No date]. Yorkshire. Robert of Wycliffe gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
893
[No date]. Yorkshire. The same Robert gives the king another mark for another writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
894
[No date]. Concerning a fine for William of Kyme. William of Kyme gives the king 30 m. for a charter to have a warren, which he is to pay in his Wardrobe at St. Edward in the thirty-sixth year. He has land in Lincolnshire and Yorkshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
895
[No date]. Memorandum concerning the chattels of fugitives in Herefordshire. Memorandum that Henry de Bradel’, sheriff of Herefordshire, ought to answer for £10 19s. 4d. from the chattels of John de Frome, for 2 m. from the chattels of Gregory Summoner, for 20s. from Richard, parson of Esebach’, for his fine, for 20s. from the vill of Mora Alani for receiving, and for 40s. from the vill of Wytinton’ for the same.
[in the Roll]
896
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Joan of Berkeley gives the king 20s. of gold 1 for a charter to have a warren, market and fair, which she is to pay in his Wardrobe at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, and she has land in Gloucestershire. 2 R. Walerand is her pledge. 3 Later, she paid those 20s. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe at the aforesaid term and is quit.
1.
‘of gold’ interlined.
2.
The following sentence concerning her pledge is added by another hand.
3.
The following sentence is added by a third hand.
897
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Geoffrey de Milton’ gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
898
[No date]. Dorset. James de Pidele gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

Membrane 8d.

899
[No date]. Hic omissum fuit.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 7

900
3 Aug. Woodstock. For Henry de Coleville. At the instance of William de Chaenny and for the 3 m. of gold he gave to the king and paid in his Wardrobe, the king has pardoned to Henry de Coleville the 80 m. in which he is bound to him. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Henry to be quit from the 80 m. By the king.
901
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Alexander, son of William de Sutton’, and Gene, his wife, give the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
902
[No date]. Worcestershire. Robert of Throckmorton gives the king half a mark for having the writ quare vi et armis[returnable] before the justices at the first session etc. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
903
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Guy de Boyvill’ gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc., which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
904
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Adam de Crumbe gives the king one mark of gold for a charter of warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc., which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
905
Concerning measuring lands and tenements in the manor of Bromsgrove. Order to the king’s bailiff of Bromsgrove to cause all lands and tenements handed over by the bailiffs and farmers of the same manor to be measured by the acre on the oath of trustworthy and law-worthy men of the aforesaid manor, and to distrain the tenants of the same lands and tenements to answer for them at the Exchequer by their hand according to the extent made by the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, of the aforesaid lands and tenements. 1 By the abbot of Pershore.
1.
The authority clause is added by another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
906
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Malmesbury gives the king 20s. of gold for a charter to have a warren, market and fair. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
907
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Mares gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he might chase hare, fox and cat, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
908
[No date]. Concerning a fine for Master Simon of Walton. Master Simon of Walton gives the king 40 m. for having remission from rendering his account for the time he was keeper of the bishopric of Coventry and Lichfield, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit. By the king.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11, reads ‘Warwickshire’.
909
[No date]. Worcestershire. Richard de Melewyk’ and Petronilla, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
910
[No date]. Derbyshire. Hugh de Meysham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take.
[S’, in the Roll]
911
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Aaron of York gives the king 3 m. of gold for having a writ of respite. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
912
[No date]. Herefordshire. Walter Ragun gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
913
[No date]. Berkshire. Walter Hosse gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11, has been corrected from ‘Berkshire’ to ‘Wiltshire’.
914
[No date]. Oxfordshire. The prior of Wallingford gives the king half a mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
915
[No date]. Northamptonshire. John Malesoueres gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] concerning livestock that has been taken to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
916
[No date]. Leicestershire. Walter de Hugeford gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king’s justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
917
[No date]. Worcestershire. The abbot of Evesham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
918
[No date]. Worcestershire. Ducia, who was the wife of William Burnel, gives the king one mark for having a writ of inquiry. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
919
[No date]. For Peter Chaceporc. The king has granted to P. Chaceporc, keeper of his Wardrobe, that, of the £115 3s. 9½d. which he owes him for his arrears of his last account for the custody of the same Wardrobe, and of the £15 15s. 4½ d. from the preceding account for the same Wardrobe, he may render £10 per annum at the below-written terms, namely 100s. at the Exchequer of Easter 1 in the thirty-seventh year, 100s. at Michaelmas in the same year, and £10 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid debt is paid to the king. By the king.
1.
‘the Exchequer of’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
920
6 Aug. Woodstock. For Avice [Sic] de Redvers. The king has pardoned to Amice de Redvers, countess of Devon, the £9 which Margaret de Redvers, countess of Devon, owes to Elias Blund, Jew of London, and which Amice has mainperned to render at the Exchequer of the Jews for Margaret. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause Countess Amice to be quit from the aforesaid £9 and to cause them to be allowed to the abovesaid Jew in his tallage. By Phillip Luvel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
921
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Thomas of Boarhunt gives the king twelve bezants for having respite from making himself a knight for the two years next following Christmas in the thirty-seventh year. He has paid this in the Wardrobe and is quit.
922
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. Giles de Bereford’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take security. 1
1.
Entry marked with a cross in the margin but it does not appear to be cancelled otherwise.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
923
8 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning monies to be levied from the lands of Nicholas de Wauncy. Because by the negligence of Nicholas de Wauncy, formerly sheriff of Surrey, the king’s works of Guildford have been left unfinished, even though the king ordered him several times by writs of computate to expedite those works, order to the sheriff of Surrey and Sussex to cause £30 to be levied without delay from the lands and chattels of the same Nicholas in order to undertake the same works. By the abbot of Pershore.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
924
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. The abbot of Woburn gives the king one mark for taking an assize of darrein presentment before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
925
Concerning a pardon for the nuns of Chester. The king has pardoned to the nuns of Chester the 10 m. 20d. that they owe him for an annual rent of 10 m. 20d. in which they are bound to him. Order to Alan la Zouche to permit the aforesaid nuns to be quit from the aforesaid 10 m. 20d. since the king shall cause it to be allowed to him in his farm. 1 By J. Mansel.
1.
The authority clause is added by another hand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
926
Concerning a pardon for the nuns of Chester. The king will pardon the same sum to the same nuns in the year to come for the same rent. At present they do not have letters for this because there is doubt about the change of the bailiffs.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
927
Concerning a fine of gold. William de Miresco gives the king half a mark of gold for having an inquisition in the county court of Lancaster whether he killed Henry son of Tywot maliciously or by misadventure, and he has paid this in the Wardrobe and is quit.
928
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Henry le Gaunt gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster in the octaves of Martinmas, concerning livestock that has been taken. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take security etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
929
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Richard de Neweton’ gives the king one mark for having an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take security etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
930
9 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning taking the land of Richard of Dover into the king’s hand. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to take into the king’s hand without delay the land which Richard of Dover held in the king’s manor of Havering, together with all corn and other chattels found therein, and he is to keep it safely until he has an order from the king otherwise. By the abbot of Pershore.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11, reads ‘Essex’.
931
25 Aug. St. Albans. Concerning the abbey of Wilton, which has been committed. The king has committed the abbey of Wilton, vacant by the death of the abbess of the same place, to Ralph de Hotot, his clerk, to keep for as long as it pleases the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11, reads ‘Wiltshire’.
932
For the Jews of England. Even though the king has ordered the sheriff of Herefordshire at other times by summons of the Exchequer to distrain all Jews and Jewesses of his bailiwick for the tallage of 4000 m. from Michaelmas term in the thirty-sixth year, so that they rendered the aforesaid tallage on the morrow of Michaelmas at the Exchequer in the same year, the king, however, now orders him to make no distraint on account of the aforesaid tallage before Michaelmas in the same year, but then he is to act in the aforesaid distraint so diligently according to the form of the king’s previous order made to him concerning this that the king shall have the aforesaid tallage in the quindene of Martinmas at the latest, because the king has given respite to his Jews from paying the aforesaid tallage until that day. By Phillip Luvel.
933
For the Jews of England. The community of the Jews of England gives the king 5 m. of gold for having the aforesaid respite from 4000 m., as is contained in that writ. They have paid this in the Wardrobe and are quit.
934
For the Jews of England. In the same manner as is it written above to the sheriff of Herefordshire, order to the sheriffs of Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire, Wiltshire, Northamptonshire, Cambridgeshire, Warwickshire, Gloucestershire, Worcestershire, Hampshire, Essex, Kent, Oxfordshire, Norfolk, Bedfordshire and Devon, and to the constables of the Tower of London, Bristol and Marlborough. By Phillip Luvel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
935
For Phillip Luvel. In the feast of St. Laurence, Phillip Luvel paid 2 m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe instead of 20 m. of silver of the 50 m. which were owed to the king for the remainder of the £100 by which Phillip made fine with him for having the custody of the lands and heirs of Vivian de Standon’, and the king has pardoned him the remaining 30 m. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Phillip to be quit from the aforesaid 50 m. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
936
11 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning a pardon for the abbot of Byland. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Byland the 10 m. at which he was amerced before Robert de Levinton’ and his associates, justices assigned to take an assize of novel disseisin between Joan de Vieuxpont and others and the aforesaid abbot, and he has quitclaimed the same the 60 m. at which he was amerced before G. de Langley and his associates, itinerant justices of forest pleas in Yorkshire, for receipt of malefactors of venison and other trespasses. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot to be quit both from the said 10 m. and 60 m. By the king.
937
Concerning a pardon for the abbot of Byland. Concerning a fine of gold. For the aforesaid pardon and quitclaim the same abbot has given the king 5 m. of gold, and has paid them in the Wardrobe and is quit.
938
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Elias le Eveske, Jew of London, gives the king 26 bezants for having an allowance of 7 m. of gold in the tallage of 4000 m., and he has paid this in the Wardrobe and is quit.
939
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Aaron son of Abraham, Jew of London, gives the king 74 bezants for having an allowance of 20 m. of gold in the aforesaid tallage, and he has paid this in the Wardrobe and is quit.
940
12 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning the homage of Adam of Everingham, which has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Adam of Everingham, son and heir of Isabella of Everingham, for all lands and tenements which the aforesaid Isabella, his mother, held from the king in chief, and he has rendered all of the aforesaid lands and tenements to him. Order to Thomas of Stamford, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted sufficient security from Adam for rendering £50 to the king at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next to come and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements that Isabella held from the king in chief or from others, which he took into his hand in his bailiwick by reason of the death of the same Isabella, from the dower lands of the same. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11, reads ‘Yorkshire’.
941
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Henry son of Robert gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
942
[No date]. Worcestershire. Simon de Bidford’ gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
943
[No date]. Herefordshire. William de Huscemaynne gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
944
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. The abbot of Lavendon gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
945
Concerning homage that has been taken. The king has taken the homage of William de Havill’, son and heir of Avice, daughter of Richard le Mascle, for all lands and tenements which the same Avice held from the king in chief in Northumberland. Order to Thomas of Stamford, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted sufficient security from William for paying 10 m. to the king, namely a moiety at Michaelmas next to come and the other moiety at Easter next following for his relief, then he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements that the aforesaid Avice held from the king in chief and of which she was seised in her demesne as of fee in the aforesaid county on the day she died. By the king.
[S’, in the Roll]
946
[No date]. Essex. Hamo, son of Hamo de Crèvecoeur, gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
947
For Elias of Rochester, marshal. The king has granted to Elias of Rochester, marshal, all that land with appurtenances in Alton that William la Pape, who has abjured the kingdom of England for receipt of thieves, previously held, to have and hold from the king and his heirs by Elias and his heirs by paying 12s. annually at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at Michaelmas 1 and the other moiety at Easter. 2 By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
‘in the thirty-sixth year’ cancelled here by expunction.
2.
‘next following’ cancelled here by expunction.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11, reads ‘Hampshire’.

Membrane 6

948
13 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning a fine of gold. John, son of Alan de Wulrington’, gives the king six gold bezants for having respite from his knighting, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
949
[No date]. Worcestershire. The prior of Worcester gives the king one mark for having a writ of inquiry. He has land in Worcestershire.
[S’, in the Roll]
950
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Richard de Buntiford’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ de minis to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
951
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Katherine de Hunlagh’syde gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
952
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Alice de Herdebeur’, Isolda, her sister, and John de Langel’ and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 11, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, 151 m. 5s. 8d. of silver and 17 m. of gold’.
953
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Valle Sancti Salvatoris in Ireland gives the king 3 m. of gold in bezants for confirmation of a charter of William Marshal, earl of Pembroke, and for confirmation of the union the general chapter of the Cistercian Order made in joining the abovesaid house to the abbey of Kyllenny by the assent of the abovesaid earl. He has paid this in his Wardrobe and is quit.
954
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Alan de Rumilly gives the king half a mark of gold in bezants for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries [etc.]. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
955
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Josceus son of Copin, Jew of London, gives the king 15 bezants for having a writ that he might plead for recovering his chattels and debts up to the sum of £20, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
956
For Michael de la Burne. The king has granted to Michael de la Burne those three virgates of land with appurtenances in Ludwell, which the king lately deraigned in his court (in Curia sua) by consideration of his same court against Walter of Kidlington, to have and hold from the king and his heirs by Michael and his heirs, rendering 2s. annually for it at the Exchequer of Easter. 1 Those lands are in Oxfordshire. By the king.
[in the Roll]
1.
Witness clause entered here.
957
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Margaret, who was the wife of Reginald of Fotheringay, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
958
[No date]. Warwickshire. John de Windertun’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
959
16 Aug. Woodstock. Concerning a fine of gold for Aaron Blund, Jew of London. By the fine of 6 m. of gold which Aaron Blund, Jew of London, paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., on the day of the Assumption of the Blessed Mary at Woodstock, the king has pardoned to him all trespasses of which he is accused relating to a gold chalice that he is supposed to have bought contrary to the assize of the king’s Jewry. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same Jew to be quit from the aforesaid trespasses and amercements and to cause his body and his houses in London, and his other goods and chattels taken into the king’s hand for this reason, to be delivered. By Phillip Luvel.
960
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. John of Welnetham and Matilda, his wife, give the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
961
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to take into the king’s hand without delay the manor of Toppefeud’, formerly of John de Sancto Claro, who held it from the king in chief of the honour of Boulogne, and to keep it safely until the king orders him otherwise. By the abbot of Pershore.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 12, reads ‘Essex’.
962
For William, son of Hugh de Belne. The king has granted to William, son of Hugh de Belne, all that land with appurtenances in Nortun’ which is called la Blakegrove, which Reginald de Bares, who has escaped from the king’s prison of Feckenham, in which he was detained for larceny, of which he was accused, once held from Richard, formerly king of England, the king’s uncle, for 12d. per annum, and which the king afterwards recovered by consideration of his court as his escheat against Hugh de Belne abovesaid, to have and hold from the king and his heirs by the same William and his heirs forever by rendering 22s. annually at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter. By the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 12, reads ‘Worcestershire’. There is also what appears to be a post-medieval note, which is illegible, scrawled in the margin of that roll.
963
[No date]. Bedfordshire. The abbot of Wardon gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before him (coram Rege). He has land in Bedfordshire.
[in the Roll]
964
Concerning a fine of gold. Henry of Helhoughton, sheriff of Essex and Hertfordshire, has made fine with the king by one mark of gold, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe, for the two amercements which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer, namely for the 40s. at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege) for contempt and for the 10s. at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege) for the same. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same sheriff to be quit from the aforesaid amercements. By the king.
965
[No date]. Worcestershire. William de Abetot gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
966
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Ralph de la Falayse gives the king twelve bezants for having respite from making himself a knight, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
967
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert Walerand gives the king six gold bezants for having the crops of the land of Yatesbury. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
968
17 Aug. Woodstock. For Walter le Porter. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, those 20 m. that remain to be rendered of the 30 m. at which Walter le Porter was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Sussex for uprooting a wood, which 20 m. are exacted from Walter by summons of the Exchequer. By R. fitz Nicholas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
969
[No date]. Sussex. Geoffrey de Cobuurth’, Julia, his wife, and Richard de Runtington’ give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
970
[No date]. Somerset. Henry Bigod gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
971
[No date]. Sussex. Ivo de Penehurst gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
972
[No date]. Sussex. Peter de Ludham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
973
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William Bardolf gives the king one mark of gold for having a writ that John of Lexington is to be associated with the sheriff of Lincolnshire to make a perambulation between the land of the same William in Ainewik’ and Coteland’ and the land of William of Kyme in Kyme and North Kyme. He is to pay this at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year. He has land in Lincolnshire.
[in the Roll]
974
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Roger del Halle gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
975
[No date]. Shropshire. Richard Purcel and Hilary, his mother, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Giles of Erdington. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
976
[No date]. Worcestershire. Margaret, who was the wife of Simon le Fever’ of Phipplington’, gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Worcestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
977
[No date]. Wiltshire. Fulk, son of Fulk fitz Warin, gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum for a day [before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Wiltshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
978
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Brian of Brampton gives the king one mark of gold 1 for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting the same from [the fees of] the Chancery, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
‘of gold’ interlined.
979
[No date]. Concerning a fine for having a charter. The abbot and monks of Caerleon give the king 30 m. for having a charter that they be quit from toll in the vill of Bristol. They have paid this in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc in order to buy gold therewith, and they are quit.
980
[No date]. Concerning a fine for the burgesses of Bristol. The burgesses of Bristol give the king 111 m. 1 of silver and 5 m. of gold for having confirmation of their liberties, of which they have paid 111 m. 2 in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., and are quit therefrom, and they are to render 5 m. of gold to the king in his Wardrobe at St. Edward in the thirty-sixth year. Later, they paid the aforesaid gold in the king’s Wardrobe and are quit.
[S’]
1.
Corrected from ‘100 m.’ by an interlineation.
2.
Likewise corrected from ‘100 m.’ by an interlineation.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 12, reads ‘Gloucestershire’.
981
18 Aug. Woodstock. For Roger de Wautton’. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to place in respite, until the octaves of Michaelmas, the demand that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from Roger de Wauton’ for half a mark of gold, 1 and from his pledges for the 4 m. of gold at which they were amerced before the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews for a trespass made towards Robert de Ho, justice of the Jews, and his man, as is said. He is to deliver their livestock taken for this reason to them in the meantime. By R. fitz Nicholas.
1.
‘for half a mark of gold’ interlined.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
982
Nottinghamshire. William Doynel of Misterton gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
983
For the men of Montgomery. The king has pardoned to his trustworthy men of Montgomery 10 m. of the tallage of 20 m. which he has lately assessed upon them. Order to W. of Axmouth and James Fresel to cause them to be quit from the aforesaid 10 m. By R. Walerand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
984
Oxfordshire. Ralph de Dive gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master S. of Walton in the octaves of the Assumption of the Blessed Mary. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
985
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Jacob son of Bonenfaunt gives the king six bezants that he might withdraw from the vill of Gloucester and stay in the city of London. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
986
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Jacob le Eveske, Jew, gives the king six bezants for having a writ that he might have that which he and his predecessors, king’s clerks at the Exchequer of the Jews, were accustomed to have. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
987
[No date]. Shropshire. Adam de Muneton’ gives the king 20s. for having the record of a plea at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
988
20 Aug. Woodstock. For the abbot of Bruern. The king has pardoned to the abbot of Bruern the 2 m. at which Nicholas Cole and Robert Pertrich’ were amerced before the king (coram Rege) for pledging the same abbot in an assize of novel disseisin which was summoned and taken coram Rege at Woodstock on the morrow of All Souls between Reginald Makeblithe and certain others and aforesaid abbot, concerning common of pasture in Kaingham. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same abbot, Nicholas and Robert to be quit from the aforesaid 2 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
989
For the men of R. earl of Gloucester. Order to G. of Preston and Ralph de Geyton’ to place in respite the amercement that they exact from the men of R. earl of Gloucester and Hertford of Rouuell’ until the quindene of Michaelmas. By R. Walerand.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
990
[No date]. Berkshire. Blanche, who was the wife of Roger de Cuserugg’, gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
991
For William de Braose. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand that they make by summons of the Exchequer from William de Braose for £50 of the debts of Reginald de Braose, until the quindene of Michaelmas.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
992
[No date]. Warwickshire. Alice daughter of William gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
993
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Shottenden gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he might, throughout his life, chase hare, fox and cat with his dogs in the king’s forests in Northamptonshire, Berkshire, Hampshire, Wiltshire and Essex. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
994
[No date]. Suffolk. Rose de Lacy gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
995
[No date]. Norfolk. The same Rose gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
996
22 Aug. Missenden. Concerning taking the priory of Bermondsey into the king’s hand. Order to Edward of Westminster to take the priory of Bermondsey into the king’s hand with all haste and to place his men in it and in the manors pertaining to that priory to keep them until he receives a command from the king otherwise. He is to write back to the king without delay to inform him of what he will have done about this.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 12, reads ‘Kent’.
997
Ireland. The king has granted to Master Griffin, formerly bishop of Lismore, that, of the 80 m. which he owes him for pledging, he may render 20 m. each year at the Exchequer of Easter at Dublin until the aforesaid 80 m. are paid to the king, the first term beginning at Easter in the thirty-sixth year. Order to J. fitz Geoffrey, justiciar of Ireland, to cause him to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
998
[No date]. Buckinghamshire. Elias de Wymbervill’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Buckinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
999
[No date]. Sussex. Robert de Wyllehale gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1000
[No date]. Cornwall. Simon of Brackley gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cornwall to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll of the forty-fourth year]
1001
[No date]. Herefordshire. Nicholas d’Evreux gives the king 20s. for having a writ of grace before the king (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1002
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Aymer de Noers gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[in the Roll]
1003
[No date]. Norfolk. Adam Oldcorn gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1004
[No date]. Dorset. Gerard de Bingham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas [de] Turri. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1005
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Thomas son of Alan gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1006
[No date]. Dorset. Roger de Wulmynton’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1007
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. David de Esseby gives the king 20 half pennies of Murcia for having respite from his knighting, which he has paid in his Wardrobe and is quit.
1008
[No date]. Dorset. Walter de Blinchesfeld’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Dorset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1009
[No date]. Hertfordshire. William de Ayot gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1010
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Ingram of Grimscote gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]

Membrane 5

1011
25 Aug. St. Albans. Hertfordshire. Henry, son of Richard de Brikindon’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1012
For Alan son of Brian and Agnes, his wife. The king has granted to Alan son of Brian and Agnes, his wife, that, of the half-mark at which they were amerced before the justices last itinerant in Yorkshire for a trespass, they may render 40d. at Easter in the thirty-eighth year and 40d. at Easter next following. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to permit them to have the aforesaid terms.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1013
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Aymo Turberd gives the king twelve bezants for having a charter concerning six bovates of land which the king gave him for life. He has land in Yorkshire. 1 He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
1014
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Adam of Everingham gives the king one mark of gold for having his bailiwick in Sherwood forest as Isabella of Everingham had it. He has land in Nottinghamshire. 1 Later, he paid this in the king’s Wardrobe at Mundon and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
1015
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William of Snelland and Agnes, his wife, give the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1016
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Peter de Raynham gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1017
[No date]. Somerset. John le Peschur gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1018
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The prior of Bruton gives the king 2½ m. of gold for having a charter that he might forever have 25 acres of land of a purpresture in his manor of Brewham. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1019
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Henry de Totehale and Emma, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1020
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Byland gives the king 2 m. of gold for having specification of two articles, namely that all pleas touching him and his monks and men in the county court of Yorkshire might be pleaded at Suttun’ in the same county, and, similarly, that all pleas touching the same abbot and men in the county court of Westmorland might be pleaded at Warcop in the same county. They have paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
a.
There is a scribal reference mark of a circle with a cross through it in the margin beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 12.
1021
[No date]. Oxfordshire. From the abbot of Bruern, because he withdrew himself [in a plea] against Master Nicholas de Plimton’ and his accomplices, 10 m. They have land in Oxfordshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
1022
[No date]. Oxfordshire. From the weavers of Oxford that they might make concord with the sheriff of Oxfordshire, 40s.
[S’, in the Roll]
1023
[No date]. Berkshire. From Thomas de Drayton’, for having borne a false attaint against William de Tulleuuwyk’, 40s. He has land in Berkshire.
[S’, in the Roll]
1024
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Louth Park gives the king one mark of gold so that they may have and hold the land which Ralph de Bolbec demised to them at farm until the term at which the same Ralph demised it to them. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1025
[No date]. Lincolnshire. John, son of William of Pinchbeck, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1026
[No date]. Norfolk. Geoffrey Crowe gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1027
[No date]. Hertfordshire. John son of Alexander, Alan of London and Alice, his wife, give the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1028
27 Aug. St. Albans. Concerning taking manors into the king’s hand. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to take the manor of Reppendone and the manor of Beninton’ and other lands with appurtenances formerly of Clemencia countess of Chester, now deceased, into the king’s hand and to cause them to be kept safely until he has command from the king otherwise.
1029
Concerning keeping the manor of Havering. Order to John le Walays that, having taken with him four law-worthy men of the manor of Havering, he is to keep the same manor of Havering with appurtenances safely until he has an order from the king otherwise or until the abbot of Pershore, keeper of the king’s manors, disposes of it otherwise.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 12, reads ‘Essex’.
1030
[No date]. Norfolk. Alan of Kimberley gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1031
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the king’s escheator in Nottinghamshire to take into the king’s hand all lands formerly of Clemencia countess of Chester in his bailiwick and to keep them safely until the king orders otherwise.
1032
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order, in the same manner, to the king’s escheator in Lincolnshire.
1033
[No date]. Because he did not have it. Hugh de Snelestun’ gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum […] 1
1.
This entry is presumably unfinished. It is certainly cancelled because he did not have it and is marked with a cross in the margin.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1034
[No date]. Hertfordshire. William of Lilley gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1035
[No date]. Yorkshire. Ralph le Bigod gives the king 20s. for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take security etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1036
29 Aug. Shenegeye. Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order to the king’s escheator in the county of Chester to take into the king’s hand all lands formerly of Clemencia, formerly countess of Chester, in the aforesaid county and to keep them safely until the king orders otherwise. He is to cause a reasonable aid to be assessed upon the tenants of those lands. 1 If anyone has intruded himself into the same lands, he is to be removed.
1.
What follows is interlined above the witness clause.
1037
Concerning lands to be taken into the king’s hand. Order, in the same manner, to the king’s escheators in Nottinghamshire, Staffordshire and Derbyshire and in Kesteven and Lindsey in Lincolnshire.
1038
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Reginald atte ok of Bosebur’ gives the king one mark of gold for having a pardon for the death of a man, of which he has been indicted. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1039
[No date]. Somerset. Isabella, who was the wife of William son of Adam, gives the king 20s. for having an attaint before Nicholas de Turri. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1040
Cambridgeshire. Luke of Eversden gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de Coleville. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 12, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, 229½ m. 5s. 4d. of silver and 24 m. and 184 bezants of gold’.
1041
[No date]. Essex. Richard of Dover gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1042
[No date]. Yorkshire. The prior of Allerton Mauleverer gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1043
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Thomas de Croft gives the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1044
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Thomas son of Brian gives the king half a mark of gold for having the corn sown in the lands of Sibyl, formerly the wife of Walter de Treyly. He has paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1045
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Walter de Hayles gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1046
[No date]. Suffolk. Christiana, who was the wife of Henry Geule, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1047
[No date]. Essex. Nicholas de Litlingtun’, canon of Lessness, Alan de Brumesho, John le Charpeter, Ralph of Barking and Simon [de] Munfort give the king 20s. for having a writ of appeal before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1048
[No date]. Suffolk. Hugh of Dodnash gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1049
[No date]. Leicestershire. Master Edwin of Shepshed gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1050
[No date]. Norfolk. Alice, daughter of Ralph de Bicham, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk.
[S’, in the Roll]
1051
[No date]. Yorkshire. The prior of Ellerton on Spalding Moor gives the king 20s. for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1052
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Simon Tanner gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1053
[No date]. Suffolk. Alice Lotun gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1054
[No date]. Suffolk. John de Wridewelle gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1055
[No date]. Yorkshire. Gilbert de Waltun’ gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1056
[No date]. Suffolk. William de Baketon’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1057
[No date]. Norfolk. Ranulf of Morley gives the king half a mark for having a certificate before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1058
Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot and convent of Roche give the king half a mark of gold that they might have the tallage assessed upon the men of Carleton’. They have paid this in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
1059
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The prior and convent of Tutbury give the king 20s. of gold for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting the same from [the fees of] the Chancery. They have paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit.
1060
[No date]. Essex. Geoffrey Peche gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1061
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William son of Herbert gives the king 20 bezants for a charter to have a warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries etc. He has paid this in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1062
[No date]. Suffolk. John de Valognes gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1063
Suffolk. The same John gives the king another half-mark for having a writ of grace. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1064
Suffolk. Roger Payn gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before W. le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1065
Cambridgeshire. Alan, son of Fulk de Shelford’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before W. le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1066
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William Gurdun gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1067
[No date]. Suffolk. William de Columbariis and Beatrice, his wife, give the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1068
[No date]. Suffolk. James de Crek’ gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1069
[No date]. Suffolk. The same James gives the king another mark for having another writ for a specific day (ad terminum) [before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1070
[No date]. Suffolk. Robert le Gardiner gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1071
[No date]. Norfolk. William, son of Richard de Mendham’, gives the king one mark for taking a certificate before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1072
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Adam de Novo Mercato gives the king 2 m. for having a writ that Roger of Thirkleby might be associated with Master Simon of Walton to take an assize of novel disseisin. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1073
[No date]. Suffolk. Richard de Ratlesden’ and Alleluye, his wife, give the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The wife is named ‘Alviva in’ the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 13.
1074
[No date]. Norfolk. The prior of Mendham gives the king one mark for having a certificate before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1075
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Eda de Brikinden’ gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1076
[No date]. Suffolk. Matthew de Meuling’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1077
[No date]. Leicestershire. Nicholas, son of Alice of Baxterley, gives the king 20s. for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1078
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Henry son of Roger gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1079
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Robert Samps’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1080
[No date]. Warwickshire. The abbot of Combe gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1081
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. Richard of Nuthall and Hugh of Nuthall give the king half a mark for having a writ that they be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1082
[No date]. Leicestershire. Nicholas, son of Alice of Baxterley, gives the king 20s. for having a writ ad terminum before the itinerant justices at Oxford. Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1083
[No date]. Suffolk. Daniel of Beccles gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1084
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Ralph of Burwell gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1085
[No date]. Suffolk. Ranulf son of Nicholas gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1086
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. John de Sancto Laurencio gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
a.
The marginal annotation ‘in the Roll’ is erased by this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 13.
1087
[No date]. Concerning gold paid in the Wardrobe. William de Langel’ has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., the one mark of gold which he owed the king for a fine. He is quit.
1088
[No date]. Concerning gold paid in the Wardrobe. Elias le Eveske and Aaron son of Abraham have paid 20s. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., for the community of the Jews, and the same community is quit therefrom.

Membrane 4

1089
12 Sept. Bury St. Edmunds. Norfolk. Fulk son of Reiner gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1090
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Robert de Skeltun’ gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1091
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Matthew le Aure gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before him (coram Rege) upon his next arrival at Ditton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1092
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Agnes de Illegh’ gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1093
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Simon de Pecbruge gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1094
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Robert of Well gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1095
[No date]. Suffolk. Salomon de Ingham gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1096
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Andrew Goyz gives the king one mark for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1097
13 Sept. Bury St. Edmunds. Concerning keeping the land of Geoffrey de Lisle. Order to A. countess of Devon to keep safely the land formerly of Geoffrey de Lisle that she took into the king’s hand, the custody of which pertains to the king, until Geoffrey’s heir comes to the king and does what by right ought to be done for it.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 13, reads ‘Hampshire’.
1098
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Walter de Coleville 1 gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
Corrected by expunction from ‘Robert Walgor the Provost’.
a.
The name of the person making fine is also written over an erasure in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 13.
1099
[No date]. Norfolk. Robert del Hil gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1100
Concerning the homage of Robert son of Nigel, which has been taken. The king has taken the homage of Robert son of Nigel for all lands and tenements which Agnes Basset, cousin of the same Robert, whose heir he is, held of the king in chief. Order to the abbot of Pershore, his escheator, that, having accepted security from Robert for £12 10s. to the king’s use for his relief, of which money he is to pay one moiety at the Exchequer at Hilary and the other moiety at the Close of Easter, he is to cause him to have full seisin of all lands and tenements of which Agnes was seised in her demesne as of fee.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 13, is corrected by an erasure from ‘Buckinghamshire’ to ‘Oxfordshire’. There is a further marginal addition, ‘Note’.
1101
14 Sept. Bury St. Edmunds. For the abbot of Bury St. Edmunds. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite, until the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-seventh year, the demand that they make by summons of the Exchequer from the abbot of Bury St. Edmunds for common fines, amercements and other things for which he claims quittance by the charters of the king’s predecessors, kings of England.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1102
[No date]. Essex. Britonus son of Ingreth’ gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1103
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. John, son of Peter de Eltesleye, gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1104
[No date]. Essex. John le Clerc of Wyham gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1105
[No date]. Essex. Geoffrey de Richam gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1106
[No date]. Suffolk. Robert of Melford gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1107
[No date]. Suffolk. John Crouue gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1108
[No date]. Norfolk. Henry Duceparole and Emma, his wife, give the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1109
[No date]. Concerning the fine of William of Kyme. William of Kyme gives the king 10 m. for having a certificate before him (coram Rege), which he has paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1110
16 Sept. Chippenham. Concerning a pardon. The king has pardoned to Robert Wygor the 20s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for a fine that he made with him for having a writ. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit from the aforesaid 20s. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1111
Concerning a pardon. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to permit him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1112
18 Sept. Ely. Ireland. The king has granted to Maurice fitz Gerald that he may render 50 m. at the Dublin Exchequer at Easter in the thirty-seventh year of the £100 which are exacted from him by summons of the Dublin Exchequer for pledging Geoffrey Marsh, together with 50 m. at Michaelmas next following and 50 m. at Easter next following. Order to J. fitz Geoffrey, justiciar of Ireland, to cause him to have those terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus at the aforesaid Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1113
[No date]. Norfolk. Henry Faber of Rising and Margaret, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1114
19 Sept. Ely. Lincolnshire. Andrew de Weston’ gives the king 20s. for having the certificate of an attaint before Roger of Thirkleby and Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1115
[No date]. Essex. Osbert de Stenichwurthe and Sarra, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the compendium roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 13, is corrected by an erasure from ‘Essex’ to ‘Cambridgeshire’.
1116
[No date]. Norfolk. William le Fraunkeleyn and Geoffrey Bataille give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1117
[No date]. Suffolk. Richard de Pulham gives the king 40s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1118
19 Sept. Ditton. Concerning Jews. The king wishes that Elias le Eveske and Aaron son of Abraham shall pay him 650 m. of the £813 assessed upon the Jews of the city of London of the tallage of 4000 m., at Martinmas in the thirty-seventh year, and the community of the Jews of the aforesaid city shall pay the remainder of the aforesaid £813 at the Martinmas term aforesaid. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By Phillip Luvel.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1119
[No date]. Kent. William le Forester of Menestr’ gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1120
[No date]. Oxfordshire. Robert de la Launde gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before the justices at Oxford. Order to the sheriff of Oxfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1121
Concerning a fine for a certain Jew. Aaron son of Abraham, Jew, is bound to the king in £60 for having the houses formerly of Josceus Priest for him and his heirs or assigns, and for having a charter concerning this he gives the king one mark of gold, which he paid in his Wardrobe and is quit therefrom. The king has granted him that he may render £20 per annum of the aforesaid £60, namely £10 at Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, £10 at Easter next following, and £20 thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £60 have been paid to the king. Procured by Phillip Luvel.
[in the Roll]
1122
[No date]. Hertfordshire. Peter of Goldington gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1123
20 Sept. Ditton. For John, son of Hugh of Rippingale. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to place in respite, until Michaelmas in 15 days, the demand for 15 m. that he makes by summons of the Exchequer from John, son of Hugh of Rippingale, for the amercement into which he fell before the justices at Leicester. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1124
[No date]. Northamptonshire. William son of John gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1125
[No date]. Suffolk. James de Crec gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1126
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Geoffrey de Uppesale gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, juries [etc.], which he has paid in his Wardrobe and is quit.
1127
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Ralph Butevileyn gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1128
23 Sept. Hertford. Concerning a fine for the burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne. For the 100 m. which his burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne will render to him at the Exchequer at two terms, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year and a moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, the king has remitted to them the tallage that was about to be assessed upon them in the aforesaid vill of Newcastle upon Tyne. Order to Thomas of Stamford and his associates assigned to assess tallage in Northumberland to assess no tallage in that vill but permit them to be quit therefrom at present.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 13, reads ‘Northumberland’.
1129
Concerning a fine for the burgesses of Newcastle upon Tyne. The same burgesses give the king 4 m. of gold by their spontaneous will, 1 which they have paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and are quit therefrom.
1.
‘by their spontaneous will’ written over an erasure.
1130
For John of Narragh. The king has granted to John of Narragh that he may render 5 m. at the Dublin Exchequer at Easter in the thirty-seventh year of the 20 m. at which he was amerced before the justices at Cork for disseisin against William de Den’ and Stephen d’Evreux, together with 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following and the remaining 10 m. in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Dublin Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1131
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Eudo Wodeman gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1132
24 Sept. Hatfeud’. Ireland. The king has pardoned to Maurice fitz Gerald the £100 which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for pledging Geoffrey Marsh and which the king lately caused to be attermined. Order to J. fitz Geoffrey, justiciar of Ireland, and the barons of the Dublin Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1133
[No date]. Leicestershire. Robert de Marnham gives the king 20s.. for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Leicestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 13, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, 203½ m. 4s. of silver and 24 m. and 77 bezants of gold’.
1134
24 Sept. Ruislip. Concerning the priory of St. Denys near Southampton, which has been committed. The king has committed the priory of St. Denys near Southampton, vacant by the resignation of Brother R., formerly prior of the same place, to Peter de Rivallis to keep for as long as it pleases the king.
[in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 14, reads ‘Hampshire’.
1135
25 Sept. Ruislip. For John of Jersey. The king has pardoned to John of Jersey the £9 8s. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for the chattels of William, son of Richard de Dentun’, who has been outlawed. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to permit him to be quit therefrom and to deliver to him his livestock taken for this reason.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1136
For John of Jersey. Order, in the same manner, to the barons of the Exchequer.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1137
26 Sept. Windsor. For Benedict Gernet. The king has granted to Benedict Gernet, son and heir of Roger Gernet, that he may render £10 per annum at the Exchequer of Michaelmas of the £114 which Roger owed the king for the arrears of his farm of £12 and concerning which the king had granted him [Roger] that he was to render £10 per annum at the aforesaid term together with his annual farm of £12, together with his aforesaid annual farm just as the aforesaid Roger, his father, was accustomed to render to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Benedict to have the aforesaid term and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1138
[No date]. Herefordshire. The prior of [the Order of] Grandmont of Craswall gives the king 20s. for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1139
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The prior of St. Neots gives the king 2 m. of gold for having a judgement concerning an assize of novel disseisin that was summoned and taken before Master Simon of Walton between the same prior and William de Beauchamp of Bedford. He has paid this in his Wardrobe and is quit.
1140
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Alan son of Brian gives the king half a mark of gold for taking an attaint before Alan of Wassand, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1141
[No date]. Westmorland. Patrick de Haseleuuell’ gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Westmorland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1142
[No date]. Lancaster. Robert Banaster gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lancaster to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1143
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Petronilla de Vaux gives the king 2 m. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1144
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The abbot of Swineshead gives the king 20s. for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1145
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Bertram de Criel gives the king half a mark of gold for a charter to have a market and fair, which he has paid in his Wardrobe and is quit.
1146
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The citizens of Canterbury give the king one mark of gold, 1 which they have paid in his Wardrobe and are to be quit therefrom, for having a charter that both the citizens of the same city and those from outside might have the return of writs concerning all things pertaining to the liberty of the city of Canterbury.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
‘of gold’ interlined.
1147
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. For acquitting the same charter from [the fees of] the Chancery, they owe the king 11 m. They are distrained in Kent.
[S’, in the Roll]
1148
28 Sept. Windsor. Concerning a fine for the citizens of Canterbury. Later, they paid the other 2½ m. of gold for Easter term and are quit of gold. For the 100 m. sterling and 5 m. of gold which his citizens of Canterbury will render to him at two terms, namely 50 m. sterling at the Exchequer in the quindene of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 2½ m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe at the same term, 50 m. sterling at the Exchequer in the quindene of Easter next following, and 2½ m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe at the same term, the king has remitted to them the tallage which was about to be assessed upon them in the aforesaid city. Order to Robert le Rus and Richard de Shireburne and their associates assigned to assess tallage in Kent to assess no tallage in that city but permit them to be quit therefrom at present, as aforesaid. 1 The same citizens have paid 2½ m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe and are quit therefrom.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand at the right-hand edge of the membrane below the witness clause which is written here.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 14, reads ‘Kent’. There is a further marginal note that reads ‘The sheriff of Kent answers for 100m. from the chattels in the Roll of the thirty-seventh year and for 5 m. of gold in the thirty-eighth year’.
1149
[No date]. Sussex. Matthew de Knelle gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1150
For William de Lisle. Having received the fealty of William de Lisle, son and heir of Geoffrey de Lisle, for all lands and tenements which the same G. held from Baldwin de Lisle, son and heir of B. de Lisle, formerly earl of Devon, who is in the king’s custody, the king has rendered all of the aforesaid lands and tenements to him. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to cause William to have full seisin of all of the aforesaid lands and tenements of which the aforesaid Geoffrey was seised in his demesne as of fee on the day he died.
1151
[No date]. For William de Lisle. The same William gives 3 m. of gold for this writ and for his relief, which he is to pay to the king in his Wardrobe at St. Edward next to come. He has land in Hampshire. 1 Later, he paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
1152
Concerning a fine of gold. Gilbert de Basevill’ gives the king 10 m. for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. Those 10 m. are sent by the king 1 to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith, and Gilbert is quit therefrom. 2 Later, Edward of Westminster paid one mark of gold for those 10 m. of silver into the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
1.
‘by the king’ interlined.
2.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is entered by another hand.

Membrane 3

1153
29 Sept. Windsor. Concerning taking the lands of Margaret de Redvers into the king’s hand. Order to the king’s escheator in Oxfordshire to take into the king’s hand without delay all lands and tenements formerly of Margaret de Redvers in his bailiwick on the day she died and to cause them to be safely kept until the king orders otherwise.
1154
Concerning taking the lands of Margaret de Redvers into the king’s hand. Order, in the same manner, to the king’s escheator in Berkshire.
1155
[No date]. Gloucestershire. Robert Keise de la Bertune gives the king one mark for having a writ for a specific day (ad terminum) [before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Gloucestershire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1156
[No date]. Herefordshire. Hawise de Verly gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1157
[No date]. Berkshire. Richard Seman and Reginald, son of Reginald le Curteys, give the king one mark for having a writ that they be placed on bail. Order to the sheriff of Berkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1158
30 Sept. Windsor. For Robert Butevileyn. The king has pardoned to Robert Butevileyn one mark by which he made fine with him for having a writ of novel disseisin and which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit from the aforesaid mark.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1159
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot of Cirencester gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a warren, which he has paid in his Wardrobe and is quit.
1160
[No date]. Staffordshire. Roger le Mareschal gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1161
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Nicholas, son of Nicholas de Wortley, gives the king 10 m. for a charter to have a warren, which he has paid to Edward of Westminster in order to buy gold therewith, and he is quit. 1 Later, the same E. sent one mark of gold for those 10 m. but 3d. was lacking in weight in that mark.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand and is crammed onto the end of the line at the right-hand edge of the membrane.
1162
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Mirisco gives the king six bezants for having a pardon for the death of a man, of which he was accused, which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
1163
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. It is to be known that the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England has given the king 4 m. of gold, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit, so that the king will cause Robert Ryvel to come before him (coram eo) at the octaves of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, whom he [the prior] has called to warrant in a plea that he had before the justices at Leicester concerning lands in Suineford’ and Walecote, and that the king will also cause the plea to come before him [the king] that is at the Bench to attaint the aforesaid R. Ryvel for the conspiracy and fraud that he committed with Robert Ryvel, his kinsman, as is said, who has sought the aforesaid lands against the aforesaid prior and whom the prior called to warrant, or that the king, if it pleases him, shall commit the whole plea to W. bishop of Salisbury as justice to take cognisance of and determine that plea.
1164
2 Oct. Windsor. For the men of Dymock. The king has granted to his men of Dymock that they may pay 12½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-sixth year of the 25 m. which they owe him from the time at which they held the vill of Dymock from him at farm, and 12½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same men to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1165
4 Oct. Windsor. For Nicholas of Yattendon. The king has pardoned to Nicholas of Yattendon the 55s. 2½d. which are exacted from him for the issues of the lands formerly of Stephen de Hampton’, the custody of which the king gave to Nicholas until the lawful age of Stephen’s heir. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, to cause Nicholas to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1166
5 Oct. Windsor. Concerning a fine for Ralph fitz Nicholas. By the fine of 100 m. which Ralph fitz Nicholas made with him, the king has granted him the custody of the land and heir of Ralph of Pitchford, who held from the king in chief, to have with appurtenances until the lawful age of Ralph’s heirs [sic] together with their marriage. Order to the king’s escheator in Shropshire that, having accepted sufficient security for rendering the aforesaid 100 m. to the king at the below-written terms, namely £20 at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year, £20 at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, £20 at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-eighth year and all of the remainder at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, he is to cause the said Ralph fitz Nicholas to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody with appurtenances.
[S’, in the Roll]
1167
[No date]. Kent. John de la Dene gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1168
6 Oct. Windsor. For William Belet. The king has granted to William Belet that he may render 10 m. per annum of the 200 m. which Simon of Maidwell owed the king for the arrears of the account of his father, for which the king lately betook himself to the same William, his valet, namely 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and 10 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 200 m. are paid to the king. The king had previously attermined this debt at 20 m. per annum for the same Simon. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1169
Concerning a fine for Baldwin of Montgomery. The king has granted to Baldwin of Montgomery that he might divert the course of the River Severn to his mill of Montgomery and might retain it for him and his heirs without prejudice to the king or his heirs by rendering half a mark of silver annually at Easter to the king’s bailiff of Montgomery who will be at that time. 1 Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit this to be done thus.
1.
Witness clause entered here. What follows is squeezed in by another hand at the right-hand edge of the membrane.
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 14, reads ‘Shropshire’.
1170
Concerning a fine for Baldwin of Montgomery. The same Baldwin gives the king 2 m. of gold for having a charter concerning this, which he is to pay in his Wardrobe on the eve of Christmas in the thirty-seventh year.
1171
Concerning a fine for Baldwin of Montgomery. It is to be known that Guy de Rochfort has mainperned to render the aforesaid 2 m. of gold for him 1 at the term aforesaid if the same Baldwin does not pay it then.
1.
‘for him’ interlined.
1172
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Nicholas, son of William of Hagworthingham, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1173
9 Oct. Westminster. The king has granted to Nicholas de Auna and Mabel, his wife, that they may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year of the 21 m. 6s. 1d. which are exacted from them by summons of the Exchequer for a fine that Richard de Anesy, formerly husband of the same Mabel, made with the king for a sergeanty that he held from the king, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 6 m. 6s. 1d. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have those terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1
1.
This entry is written by a noticeably different hand, and in a slightly darker ink, than those which surround it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1174
[No date]. Concerning a fine for the citizens of London. The citizens of London give the king 1000 m. of silver and 20 m. of gold for their tallage, of which they are to pay the aforesaid 20 m. of gold in full in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper of the same, and they are to render a moiety of the 1000 m. of silver at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. 1 Later, they paid 20 m. of gold in the Wardrobe and are quit therefrom.
[S’, in the Roll]
1.
What follows is entered by a different hand.
a.
The 20 m. of gold had already been paid by the time the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 14, was compiled, as confirmed by this entry there.
1175
[No date]. Middlesex. Reginald, son of Rose de Kathorp’, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before the justices of the Bench on the morrow of All Souls. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1176
11 Oct. Westminster. For Henry de Ferlegh’, sheriff of Hampshire. On Tuesday next after the Conversion of St. Paul in the thirty-fifth year at Westminster, Henry de Ferleg’, sheriff of Hampshire, paid 17½ m. in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., namely 66s. 8d. from Agnes Peverel, Alexander Huscard’, John Gernet, Jordan Candelar’ and Jordan Picot, at which they had been amerced before the king (coram Rege) for defects to bridges, 66s. from the hundred of Christchurch, at which it had been similarly amerced before the king (coram Rege) for the same, 33s. 4d. from John fitz Geoffrey, at which he had been similarly amerced for the same, and 66s. 8d. from John of Bisterne and Robert of Bisterne, at which they had been similarly amerced for the same. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same sheriff to be quit from the aforesaid monies.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1177
[No date]. Staffordshire. Walter de Pulton’ gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Staffordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1178
[No date]. Huntingdonshire. Ougerus, son of Michael de Rodinges, gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Huntingdonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1179
[No date]. Sussex. Richard de la Wyke gives the king one mark for taking an assize before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
This fine is for ‘an assize of novel disseisin’ in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 14.
1180
[No date]. Sussex. Andrew de la Wyk’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1181
[No date]. Shropshire. The abbot of Buildwas gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1182
[No date]. Herefordshire. Roger son of Hugh gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1183
[No date]. Devon. The abbot of Dunkeswell gives the king half a mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1184
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Basagis gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1185
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William de Bresceby gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1186
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Henry, son of William de Stivichesuuorthe, gives the king one mark for having the assize of novel disseisin before Nicholas de Turri which had previously been arraigned before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1187
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The abbot and convent of Reading give the king 4 m. of gold for having letters patent of protection and that the liberties granted to them by the kings of England shall henceforth be used. They have paid this to the king in his Wardrobe and are quit.
1188
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Raleg’ gives the king 20s. of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe and is quit.
1189
[No date]. Warwickshire. William de Waure gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Gilbert of Seagrave. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1190
[No date]. Somerset. William le Forester gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1191
14 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the county and castle of Hereford, which have been committed. The king has committed the county and castle of Hereford to William de St. Omer to keep for as long as it pleases the king, 1 rendering as much per annum for it as Henry de Bradel’ was accustomed to render.
[in the Roll]
1.
The remainder of this sentence is added above the line by another hand.
a.
The interlineation is also made in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 14, which dates it to after the compilation of that membrane.
1192
Concerning a fine of gold. The same William gives the king one mark of gold for that custody, which he has paid in his Wardrobe and is quit.
1193
[No date]. Yorkshire. William, son of Robert de Rednes, gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1194
[No date]. Essex. William, son of Robert de Shelford’, gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 14, is corrected from ‘Essex’ to ‘Cambridgeshire’.
1195
14 Oct. Westminster. For William des Forz. Because otherwise below. The king has granted to William des Forz that he may render the £15 13s. 9d. which he owed to William Hardel, formerly the king’s clerk, whose debts are in the king’s hand, together with the other debts that he owes the king for which he made fine with him to render £20 per annum at the Exchequer. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1 By P. Chaceporc.
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise below. See no. 1215.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1196
For Robert de Bayeux. The king has granted to Robert de Bayeux that he may render 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year of the 20 m. which remain to be rendered to him of the 40 m. at which Robert was amerced before him (coram Rege) for a trespass, together with 5 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, and thus in the following year at the same terms. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1197
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Nicholas of Hastings gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1198
[No date]. Sussex. Walter de Hothorn gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1199
15 Oct. Westminster. Concerning a rent of salt. Order to the bailiff of John of Monmouth of the New Forest to deliver those 30 quarters of salt which ought to be paid from the aforesaid bailiwick to the king each year at Clarendon for a rent of assise to Robert of Stopham, the king’s bailiff of Clarendon, so that he may answer the king for them at the Exchequer as answer ought to be made for them.
1200
[No date]. Suffolk. Because he did not have it. Warin son of Hugh gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1201
[No date]. Sussex. Henry de Ryfeld’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1202
[No date]. Norfolk. Roger son of Clement gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1203
[No date]. Suffolk. Beatrice de Brom gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1204
[No date]. Norfolk. William de Brom gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1205
[No date]. Kent. William de Hokenefaud’ and Adam, his brother, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1206
Shropshire. Ralph Le Butiler gives the king one mark for having a writ [transferring a plea] of trespass before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1207
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Martin of Greetwell and Beatrice, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before J. of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1208
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Furnival gives the king half a mark of gold for a charter to have a warren, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1209
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Walter bishop of Norwich gives the king half a mark of gold for a charter to have a warren and for acquitting the same from [the fees of] the Chancery. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1210
[No date]. Sussex. Roger de Cherlecote and Isabella, his wife, give the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1211
[No date]. Sussex. Peter de Auneseye gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1212
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Geoffrey de la Mare gives the king half a mark of gold for a charter of warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1213
[No date]. Lincolnshire. William, son of William of Kyme, gives the king one mark for taking an attaint before Gilbert of Preston. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1214
[No date]. Somerset. The abbot of Forde gives the king 20s. for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1215
16 Oct. Westminster. For William le Fort’. The king has betaken himself and granted to William le Fort that he may render the £15 13s. 9d., in which he was bound to William Hardel for monies received from him as a prest from the king’s exchange, together with the other debts that he owes the king, for which he made fine with him to render £20 per annum at the Exchequer, so that this fine shall not increase on account of the aforesaid debt. The king also wishes that the aforesaid £15 13s. 9d. are allowed to the executors of the aforesaid W. Hardel in the debts that the same executors owe to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. 1
1.
A cancelled version of this entry can be found above at no. 1195.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.

Membrane 2

1216
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William le Chen gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1217
[No date]. Yorkshire. Henry, son of Eudo de Hillum, gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1218
[No date]. Sussex. Matthew Lewer gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1219
[No date]. Yorkshire. Simon de Stanegrave gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1220
[No date]. Northamptonshire. Walter Ledet gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Northamptonshire to the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Northamptonshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1221
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert son of Walter gives the king 3s. 11d. of gold for having respite from being made a knight, which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1222
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Walter Daiville gives the king 20s. of gold for a charter to have a warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1223
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The prior of Kirkham gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a warren, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1224
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Nicholas le Butiller of Hupton’ gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc., which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1225
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The prior of Haverholme gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] from the county court of Lincolnshire to [the justices at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1226
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Ulecestr’ gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1227
[No date]. Yorkshire. Roger of Hunmanby gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1228
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Ada, who was the wife of William of Braytoft, gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1229
17 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the manor of Brill, which has been committed. The king has committed the manor of Brill to Hugh Gargate to keep for as long as it pleases the king, so that he answers for the issues of the same manor at the Exchequer.
1230
For John de Marisco and Geoffrey de Wrosholl’. John de Marisco and Geoffrey de Wrosholl’ have made fine with the king by 4 m. for having seisin of the sixth part of a knight’s fee in Estbir’, which is in the king’s hand of the inheritance of their wives. Order to the abbot of Pershore that, having accepted sufficient security from them by his co-escheator in the county [of Berkshire] for rendering the aforesaid monies to the king, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, he is to cause them to have full seisin of the aforesaid sixth part with appurtenances. By the abbot of Pershore.
[S’, in the Roll]
a.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 14, reads ‘Berkshire’.
1231
For Anabilla, who was the wife of Robert Pakeman. By the fine of 4 m. which Anabilla, who was the wife of Robert Pakeman, made with him, the king has granted her custody of two virgates of land with appurtenances in Kerby, to have with Robert’s heirs until the lawful age of the aforesaid heirs together with their marriage. Order to the abbot of Pershore that, having accepted sufficient security from her by his co-escheator in Leicestershire for rendering the aforesaid monies to the king, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following, he is to cause her to have full seisin of the aforesaid custody with appurtenances, as aforesaid. By the abbot, as above.
[in the Roll]
1232
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. The prior of Repton gives the king 20s. of gold for having confirmation of his charters, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1233
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Thomas de Everschi gives the king twelve bezants for having respite from his knighting, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
a.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 14, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, 290 m. 10s. of silver and 13 m. and 20 bezants of gold’.
1234
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Ada, who was the wife of William, son of Robert of Braytoft, gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1235
[No date]. Nottinghamshire. William, son of Simon of Everton, gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Nottinghamshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1236
18 Oct. Westminster. For Robert de Arderne. The king has pardoned to Robert de Arderne the half-mark which is exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for pledging. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1237
Concerning an escheator who has been constituted. The king has removed Thomas de la Le from the office of escheator in Shropshire and has constituted Stephen of Bitterley in his place, on condition that he answers for it sufficiently at the Exchequer.
1238
For the burgesses of Bristol. For the 111 m. of silver and 5 m. of gold by which the burgesses of Bristol lately made fine with him for having a confirmation and their liberties, and which they lately paid in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., the king has remitted to them 130 m. of the 430 m. at which they were lately tallaged by William of Axmouth and his associates. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the said burgesses to be quit from the aforesaid 130 m. By the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1239
[No date]. Suffolk. Geoffrey of Dodnash and Thomas son of William give the king one mark for taking an attaint before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1240
[No date]. Yorkshire. Thomas de Beleby gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1241
[No date]. Bedfordshire. Robert de Suleby gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Bedfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1242
[No date]. Sussex. John son of Hugh gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1243
Concerning the homage of William Longespée, which has been taken. The king has taken the homage of William Longespée, son and heir of Idonea, who was the wife of William Longespée, for all lands and tenements formerly of the aforesaid Idonea. Order to the abbot of Pershore, the king’s escheator, that, having accepted security from William for rendering 50s. to the king for his relief, he is to cause him to have full seisin without delay of all lands and tenements of which Idonea was seised in her demesne as of fee in Buckinghamshire on the day she died and which fall to William by hereditary right in the same county.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1244
For Henry de la Mare. The king has pardoned to Henry de la Mare the 70 m. that he owes him of a fine he made with him for the custody of the land and heir of Walter de Merc. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit from the aforesaid 70 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1245
20 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the manors of Minsterworth and Rodley, which have been committed. Because above under another date. The king has committed his manors of Minsterworth and Rodley with appurtenances to John le Machun and William de Borfeld’ to hold from him at farm for as long as it pleases him, rendering £70 for them each year at the Exchequer, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas. They have letters patent for this by the same words. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because above under another date. See no. 517.
a.
This entry and numbers 1246–49 and 1251–54 are out of sequence in the originalia roll, E 371/17, being placed on m. 15 after the final entry on this roll, no. 1319, below and no. 770. A note of cancellation by this entry in the margin reads ‘Because above by another date’.
1246
18 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the manor of Havering, which has been committed. The king has committed the manor of Havering to Richard le Enveyse to keep for as long as it pleases the king, so that he answers for the issues of the same at the Exchequer. 1 He has letters patent for this. 2 Order to J. le Waleys to deliver that manor to him to keep as aforesaid.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
2.
The following order is entered by another hand.
a.
An alternative date, ‘20 Oct.’, is given for this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15.
1247
[No date]. Shropshire. Adam de Muneton’ gives the king one mark for having a writ of grace before him (coram Rege). Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1248
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Wivill’ gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a market and fair. He has paid this to P.Chaceporc and is quit.
1249
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Geoffrey de Staunton’ gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1250
For Robert [de] Koune. The king has granted to Robert de Koune that he may render 10 m. per annum of the £100 by which he made fine with him before Roger of Thirkleby and his associates, justices last itinerant at Yorkshire, for reputedly having committed homicide, on condition, however, that he shall immediately pay 5 m. at the Exchequer for Michaelmas term in the thirty-sixth year, 5 m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 10 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid £100 have been paid to the king. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1251
Derbyshire. Nicholas, son of Hugh de Breydeston’, gives the king one mark for a writ ad terminum. Order to the sheriff of Derbyshire to take security.
[S’, in the Roll]
1252
[No date]. Norfolk. Richard son of Walter gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before William le Breton. Order to the sheriff of Norfolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1253
[No date]. Warwickshire. Robert de Cokton’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Master Simon of Walton. Order to the sheriff of Warwickshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1254
19 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the homage of William Longespée, which has been taken. The king has taken the homage of William Longespée, son and heir of Idonea, who was the wife of William Longespée, for all lands and tenements which Idonea held of the king in chief in Oxfordshire on the day she died and which fall to William by hereditary right. Order to the abbot of Pershore to cause William to have full seisin of all of the aforesaid lands and tenements, having first accepted security from him by his co-escheator in the aforesaid county for rendering 50s. to the king for his relief.
[in the Roll]
a.
This entry is repeated as the final entry on the originalia roll, but it is cancelled there on m. 15, ‘Because above by the same words’.
b.
On the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15, at this point is the following note: ‘Sum of this roll, 1273 m. of silver and 54 m. and 18 bezants and 3s. 11d. of gold’.
c.
Below the sum for this roll on the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15, at this point are the following notes: ‘Sum of the sums of silver, 4615 m. 9s. 10d.’; ‘Sum of the sums of gold, 287½ m. and 468 bezants and 5s. 11d.’
d.
Further belows these sums on the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15, at this point is the following note: ‘A moiety of the debts that have not been attermined was levied at Hilary next following and the other moiety at Easter next following’.
e.
Another note on the dorse of the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15, at this point reads: ‘Sum of this roll, 229 m. of silver and 38½ m. and 36 bezants and 2s.’
1255
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William, son of William de Stalham, gives the king one mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc.,which he has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1256
Concerning a fine of gold. John de La Strode gives the king one mark of gold for having the same liberty, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1257
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Oliver de Ormesby gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1258
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The same Oliver gives the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before the same Roger. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1259
[No date]. Kent. Alice de Rissendon’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1260
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Simon de Senlis of Seiton’ gives the king eight bezants for having the liberty that he might chase hare, fox and cat with his dogs. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1261
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Roger de Lyuns gives the king ten gold bezants for having respite from his knighting, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1262
19 Oct. Westminster. Concerning the manors of Great Bowden and Market Harborough, which have been committed. The king has committed his manors of Great Bowden and Market Harborough with appurtenances to his men of Great Bowden and Market Harborough to hold from him at farm for as long as it will please him, rendering £40 for this annually at the Exchequer, namely £20 at Easter and £20 at Michaelmas. They will sustain the king’s houses and wainages there in the same state as they shall receive them. In [testimony] of which etc. 1 They have letters patent by the same words.
1.
Witness clause entered here.
1263
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Joan de Brampton’ gives the king half a mark of gold for a charter to have a warren, which she has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1264
[No date]. Middlesex. William de Westmell’, clerk, gives the king one mark for taking an assize before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Middlesex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1265
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Aubrey Baker of Ely gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1266
For Fulk fitz Warin junior. The king has granted to Fulk fitz Warin junior that, of the 24 m. at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant at Nottingham to take the pleas of the forest for a trespass, and of the 2½ m. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer for licence to make concord, and of the mark at which he was amerced before the king (coram Rege) because he did not have he whom he had pledged, he may pay a moiety of the same debts at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Fulk to have the same terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus. By J. of Lexington.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1267
[No date]. Shropshire. Roger Punch, William Baryl and John, his brother, give the king one mark for having a writ of trespass before the justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Shropshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1268
[No date]. Hampshire. John de Sessuns and Lucy, his wife, give the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hampshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1269
[No date]. Devon. Hugh Bigod gives the king one mark for having a writ ad terminum [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1270
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Ranulf de Kareby gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1271
[No date]. Yorkshire. Because he did not have it. William Bartholomeu gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Yorkshire to take. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because he did not have it.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1272
21 Oct. Westminster. For Ralph, son of John de Clavertoft. The king has granted to Ralph, son of John de Clavertoft, that he may render 20s. at the Exchequer of the Jews at Easter in the thirty-seventh year of the 20 m. which he owes him for the debts of Belya, Jewess of Winchester, together with 20s. at Michaelmas next following, and 3 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid 20 m. are paid to the king. Order to the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews to cause him to have those terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1273
[No date]. Suffolk. Morgan de Ilketeleshal’ gives the king half a mark for having a writ for a specific day (ad terminum) [before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1274
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Stuteville gives the king half a mark of gold, which he has paid to P. Chaceporc and is quit, that he might raise again and keep his gallows that had been knocked down in his manor of Aton’.
1275
[No date]. Somerset. William Malet gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1276
[No date]. Somerset. The abbot of Stanley gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1277
[No date]. Essex. Roger Galyun of Birchanger gives the king 20s. for taking an attaint before Roger of Thirkleby. Order to the sheriff of Essex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1278
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William de Wisteneston’ gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1279
[No date]. Lincolnshire. Simon of Driby gives the king one mark for taking an assize before John of Lexington. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1280
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Stretleg’ gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1281
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Robert de Mortimer gives the king 2 m. of gold for a charter to have a warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1282
[No date]. Sussex. John son of Hugh and Matilda, his wife, give the king half a mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Henry de la Mare. Order to the sheriff of Sussex to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1283
[No date]. Kent. Reginald de Orkesden’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Roger of Whitchester and Edward of Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1284
[No date]. Somerset. Reginald de Mohun gives the king 40s. for taking an attaint before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Somerset to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1285
[No date]. Cambridgeshire. Alexander Peverel gives the king half a mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cambridgeshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1286
22 Oct. Westminster. For the Master of the Knights of the Temple in England. The king has given respite to Rocelin, Master of the Knights of the Temple in England, from the tallage of 20 m. assessed upon his tenants in Templestrete 1 outside Bristol, until Hilary in 15 days in the thirty-seventh year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to permit the same master and his tenants to have that respite.
1.
Corrected by expunction from ‘Redcliffe’.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1287
For a Jew. To the barons of the Exchequer and the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews. Order to allow to Aaron son of Abraham, Jew, in the £60 which he owes to the king for the lands of Isaac son of Josceus, which he bought from the king, the 2 m. of gold which he has paid in the king’s Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., by order of the king.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1288
For a Jew. To the justices assigned to the custody of the Jews. Because Isaac, son of Josceus Priest, has quitclaimed to the king those £60 which the king ought to have allowed to him and which Aaron son of Abraham, Jew of London, owes to the king for certain lands formerly of the aforesaid Isaac in London that the king has demised to him, the king has granted to the same Isaac that he may render 5 m. per annum at the Exchequer for all old debts in which he is bound to him, excepting tallage, namely 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the thirty-sixth year, 2½ m. at the Exchequer of Easter next following, and 5 m. thus from year to year at the same terms until the aforesaid debts are paid to the king. Order to cause him to have those terms and to cause this to be done and enrolled thus.
a.
The corresponding entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15, reads as follows: ‘Aaron son of Abraham, Jew, has paid in the Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc the 2 m. of gold which ought to be allowed to him in the £60 that he owes the king for the lands of Isaac son of Josceus, which he bought from the king’.
1289
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Geoffrey de St. Medard gives the king one mark of gold for a charter to have a warren and for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.

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1290
23 Oct. Westminster. [Concerning] a fine of gold. By the fine of 5 m. of gold which the men of Hereford have made with him, the king has rendered to them the liberty of their vill, which has been taken into his hand for the death of the prior of Campan’. Order to the sheriff of Herefordshire to restore that liberty to them with all things taken therefrom after it had been taken into the king’s hand by the aforesaid reason.
a.
Entries 1290 and 1291 are amalgamated in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15, although it has no note of final payment being made.
1291
[Concerning] a fine of gold. Later, they paid 2 m. for Easter term and are quit of everything. They have paid one mark of gold of the aforesaid 5 m. of gold in the king’s Wardrobe and are quit therefrom, and they are to pay 2 m. of the remaining 4 m. at Christmas in the thirty-seventh year and 2 m. at Easter next following. 1 Later, they rendered the aforesaid 2 m. of gold for Christmas term.
1.
What follows is entered by another hand.
a.
Entries 1290 and 1291 are amalgamated in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15, although it has no note of final payment being made.
1292
[No date]. Hertfordshire. John de Saundon’ gives the king one mark for having a pone [to remove a plea] to [the justices of the Bench at] Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Hertfordshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1293
[No date]. Kent. Roger de Sancta Elena gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Kent to take.
[S’, in the Roll]
1294
For Robert son of Adam. The king has granted to Robert son of Adam that he may pay 3 m. at the Exchequer of Easter in the thirty-seventh year of the 9½ m. 1 which he owes to Hake, Jew of Worcester, 3 m. at the Exchequer of Michaelmas in the same year, and 3½ m. 2 at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Robert to have the aforesaid terms.
1.
Corrected from ‘9 m.’ by interlineation.
2.
Corrected from ‘3 m.’ by interlineation.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1295
[No date]. Cumberland. Ranulf, son of Robert de Neuhusundun’, gives the king one mark for having a writ (ad terminum) [for a plea before the justices of the Bench] at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Cumberland to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1296
[No date]. Lincolnshire. The abbot of Louth Park gives the king 20s. for having the writ quare vi et armis [returnable] before the king’s justices at Westminster. Order to the sheriff of Lincolnshire to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1297
24 Oct. Westminster. [Concerning] Rockingham castle [and] the whole honour, which have been committed. The king has committed the custody of Rockingham castle with all of its honour and the bailiwick of his forest between the bridge of Stamford and the bridge of Oxford to John Mansel, provost of Beverley, rendering 107½ m. annually at the Exchequer for the same custody and bailiwick, namely a moiety at the Exchequer of Easter and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Michaelmas.
[in the Roll]
1298
[No date]. [Concerning] a fine of gold. Thomas de Weseham, the king’s surgeon, gives the king twelve talents for having a charter. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1299
[No date]. [Concerning] a fine of gold. Later, he paid 4 m. at Easter and is quit therefrom. Richard de Montfichet gives the king 10 m. of gold, of which he has paid 2 m. in the king’s Wardrobe, for having back his bailiwick of the forest which was taken into the king’s hand, and the king has granted him that he may render 4 m. of the remaining 8 m. of gold at Easter in the thirty-seventh year 1 and 4 m. at Michaelmas next following.
1.
‘in the thirty-seventh year’ interlined.
a.
The marginal note of final payment is not reciprocated in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15.
b.
The marginal county heading beside this entry in the originalia roll, E 371/17, m. 15, reads ‘Essex’.
1300
[No date]. Surrey. Ralph de Waleshal’ gives the king one mark for taking an assize of novel disseisin before Alan of Wassand. Order to the sheriff of Surrey to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1301
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. William son of Odinell gives the king a weight of 2s. of gold for having respite from his knighting. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1302
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Walter de Burgh gives the king six bezants for having the same respite. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1303
[No date]. Concerning a fine of gold. Walter de Baskerville gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he might take hare, fox and cat with his dogs. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1304
25 Oct. Westminster. [For] Alvred de Soligny. The king has pardoned to Alvred de Soligny, who has taken to wife Sibyl, daughter and heiress of John of Braytoft, the £11 which are exacted from Alvred and Sibyl by summons of the Exchequer for the arrears of the king’s thirtieth in Lincolnshire from the time when the aforesaid John was a collector of the aforesaid thirtieth. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause Alvred and Sibyl to be quit from the aforesaid 11 m.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1305
[For] Reginald de Mohun. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to place in respite the demand for 40s. that they make by summons of the Exchequer from Reginald de Mohun for tallage of his manor of Greiwel, until Easter in the thirty-seventh year.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1306
[No date]. Devon. Thomas de Stobhull’ and Denise, his wife, and William de Coleford’ and Beatrice, his wife, give the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Henry of Bratton. Order to the sheriff of Devon to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1307
[For] Robert de Shobenhale. The king has pardoned to Robert de Shobenhale the half-mark at which he was amerced before the justices last itinerant in Nottinghamshire for default. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to be quit therefrom.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1308
[No date]. [Concerning] a fine of gold. Adam de Somery gives the king half a mark of gold for having respite from his knighting. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1309
[No date]. [Concerning] a fine of gold. John de Romundesby gives the king half a mark of gold for having the liberty that he be not placed upon assizes, etc. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1310
[No date]. [Concerning] a fine of gold. John de Sproxton’ gives the king half a mark of gold for having the same liberty. He has paid this to P. Chaceporc and is quit.
1311
[No date]. [Concerning] a fine for Rhys Junior. Rhys Junior, son of Rhys Fychan, gives the king 20 m. that he be maintained in the same liberties and customs in which he and his ancestors were maintained in the time of Llywelyn, formerly Prince of North Wales. He has land in Carmarthen 1 and respite therefrom until Easter in the thirty-seventh year.
[in the compendium roll]
1.
A different hand enters the following term.
1312
[Because] otherwise in the Fine Roll of 37 Henry III. The king has given respite to John de Grey, until the quindene of Easter in the thirty-seventh year, from the 500 m. which are exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer of the fine he made with him for taking to wife Joan, who was the wife of Paulinus Peyvre, without the king’s licence. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause him to have that respite. 1
1.
Entry cancelled because otherwise in the Fine Roll of 37 Henry III. See CFR 1252–53, no. 1121.
a.
This entry is not in the originalia roll.
1313
27 Oct. Chertsey. [For] the men of Scarborough. The king has granted to his men of Scarborough that, of the 100 m. at which they were tallaged by Thomas of Stamford and his associates, assessors of tallage in Yorkshire, they may render a moiety at Hilary in the thirty-seventh year and the other moiety at the Exchequer of Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause the same men to have the same terms.
1314
[For] the men of Scarborough. The same men give the king 2 m. of gold for having that respite, which they have paid in his Wardrobe and are quit.
1315
[For] the burgesses of Nottingham. By the fine of 4 m. of gold which the burgesses of Nottingham have lately given to him and have delivered in his Wardrobe to P. Chaceporc, keeper etc., the king has given them respite from the tallage assessed upon them by Thomas of Stamford and his associates, namely for rendering a moiety of the aforesaid tallage at Hilary in the thirty-seventh year and the other moiety at Easter next following. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have the aforesaid respite.
1316
[No date]. Suffolk. Hugh le Cunestable gives the king 20s. for taking an assize of mort d’ancestor before Roger of Whitchester. Order to the sheriff of Suffolk to take etc.
[S’, in the Roll]
1317
[For] Phillip Marmion and Joan, his wife. The king has given respite to Phillip Marmion and Joan, his wife, and to her sister, heirs of Hugh of Kilpeck, from the demand which he makes from them by summons of the Exchequer for trespass of the forest, until Hilary in the thirty-seventh year. Order to the barons of the Exchequer to cause them to have that respite. If they do not satisfy them in the meantime, then they are to cause them to be distrained to do this by their lands and chattels.