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Doncaster Archives reference: DD/YAR/C/1/19

23-24 Edward III 1349/50 court roll. Click for a larger image.

Court Roll 1380-81: The Peasants Revolt

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Wednesday 17th October 1380

StewardSteward. One who transacts the financial and legal business of a manor on behalf of the lord; he holds the manor-court in the lord's absence, and keeps a copy of its rolls.

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: Robert de Morton.

BAILIFF

John de Melton v. Alexander Martin. Debt. Alexander attached.

John de Treton v. Agnes Boseuille. Debt. Agreed and Agnes fined 2d

Richard de Wrmeley and Katherine his wife v Richard de Cusseworth. Debt. Adjourned

William Alot v Nicholas de Waleswode. Debt. Nicholas, attached by William Tomelinson, did not come; fined 2d and distrained.

Ellen Machon v William de Wales. Debt. William, attached by the bailiff, did not come; fined 2d and distrained.

William Robinson v. John de Bramlay. 2 pleas of debt. John, attached by the bailiff, did not come; fined 2d and distrained.

John atte priurs admitted that his animals trespassed in William del Grene's oats. Damages assessed [no figure] and satisfied. John fined 2d and distrained.

An inquiry is to be held whether John atte Priurs, who has fled the manor, trespassed in William del Grene's wheat. 40d damages claimed. John fined

[no figure].

BRAITHWELL

William Alcok v. William Bertrem. Debt. William Bertrem attached.

John de Langetwhait v. William Bertrem. Land. Adjourned.

CONISBROUGH

Ralph Clerk v. Thomas Page. Debt. Agreed and Thomas fined 2d.

It is judged that through the negligence of William Codenore, the common hayward, animals trespassed in 2 acres of Thomas Page's wheat. 4d damages assessed and satisfied. William fined 2d.

It is judged that Thomas Page took his mare, which William Codenore the common hayward of Conisbrough had found in his neighbours' wheat, from the pound. 4d damages assessed and satisfied. Thomas fined 2d. More information... Hayward: [officer responsible for preventing animals straying into crops]

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It is judged that William Codenore falsely accused Thomas Page of breaking into the pound when his horse was impounded. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d 2d.

William Vescy did not prosecute 2 pleas of debt against Adam Costnoght. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d 2d for each plea.

It is judged that Agnes widow of Alexander Wright falsely accused Ralph Forster de Edlington and John Vescy of breaking into her premises and stealing her goods. She is to receive nothing by her claim. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d 2d for each plea.

It is judged that she made the same claim against William Lumbard and that he took goods worth £40. She is to receive nothing by her claim. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d 2d.

Adam Costnoght and Rose his wife v. Robert de Standbury . TrespassTrespass. Any actionable wrong committed against the person or property of another; also short for action of trespass. A wrongful entry upon the lands of another, with damage (however inconsiderable) to his real property.

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. Agreed and Robert fined 2d.

Henry Machson v. Emma de Balne, dyer . 4 pleas of trespass.

It is judged that John Vescy falsely claimed that Agnes widow of Alexander Wright took timber, planks and boards from him. He is to receive nothing by his claim. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d [ ].

Thomas de Crokewille admitted that he with his cart at Maltby took unjustly [ ] by the pledge of John [ ]. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d [ ]

John Jamesson and the same Thomas did not [ ]. Damages [ ]. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d [ ] Thomas Vescy v Thomas de C[roke]welle. TrespassTrespass. Any actionable wrong committed against the person or property of another; also short for action of trespass. A wrongful entry upon the lands of another, with damage (however inconsiderable) to his real property.

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. Agreed and Thomas de C[roke]welle fined[ ].

[ ] Webster[ ]

township (fined 4d) of Harthill [ ] 13d [ ]

FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for suit of court: [the heirs of] Numarche, Henry de Grand[on] (6d),

[ ] Scrope,knight [ ], Hugh Barbur (6d), Robert [ ] [8d?] William Crescy (6d), Henry de Birley [ ], Richard de Kercroft (3d), Thomas Alle (2d), Richard Cody (2d), John Galon (2d) John Co[ ]e (2d) John [ ]

FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for non-attendance: Hugh Kene, clerk, [ ] Joan de Dynyngton [3d], the heirs of Numarche (6d).

Total this court:19s 7d

From [ ] [ ]

[ ] [ ] 8d.

TOURN, Wednesday 17th October 1380

Jurors:

Henry de Grandon, Alexander Martyn, Robert de Asshebur', William Crescy, Edmund de Hertill, William [ ], Roger de Ma[ ]ghan, Robert de Increshill, Robert de Birlay, William Leche, William Milner [ ]rat, William Laweson.

Richard de [ ]meley did not come (12d).

[ ]ton:John Milner, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: Ingram Cartwright and John Sele ( 6d each)..

[ ]on: Robert Westrin constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence:Robert Alain, Robert Westrin and John Forman (12d each).

[ ]lyn[ ]y: John Norris, constable. Nothing.

Sandal: Hugh de Fulwode, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: the wives of William Wayte (3d), John Robinson (12d), Hugh de Fulwode (12d) and Hugh Wayte (2d). FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for non-attendance: Alexander de Rokeby (12d).

Barneb[u]rgh: Robert Walker, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for non-attendance: Henry

Glu and Alan Turnur (4d each). FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: Robert de

Asshebur', Adam del West, Roger Smith (6d each) and Thomas Sissotson (12d). Total fines 3s 2d.

Greasbrough: John Parsonman, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for non-attendance: Robert Denet (3d), John Amias, Richard Coly, Richard [ ] (2d each). FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: William Anable (4d), William Leche and John Potter (12d each). FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for assault: William Bay drew blood from William Cossal (18d). Total fines 4s 7d.

Cusworth: William Adamson, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing without a licence: John de Newal [?] (6d). Total fines 6d.

Holland: Henry de Baram, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: Robert de Birlay (12d) and Agnes Daweknaue (3d). Total fines 15d.

Bramlay: Adam Raweson, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: John de Bramlay and Thomas Potter (12d each), John Gedde (6d). Total fines 2s 6d.

Warmsworth: William Chapman, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for assault: Thomas de Edelington drew blood from Joan de Ullay (3s 4d). Total fines 3s 4d.

Ravenfield: William Bellard, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without licence, each of them twice: Agnes Boseuille and John Riles (2d each). Total fines 4d.

Braithwell: Walter de Balington, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for non-attendance: John Maresshal (2d). FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: Joan White (6d), the wife of William El[ison?] and Richard Elisson (4d each). FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for assault: Robert Hede drew blood from Walter Nauteherd (2s). William de Wadde[ ]m rightly raised a hue and cry against Robert Hede who was fined 6d. Total fines 3s 10d.

Harthill: William Tomelinson, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for non-attendance: John de Wolde, Nicholas Hudson and Robert Mirfin (6d each); Roger Dikconman, Adam Sto[mbellou?] and Richard Mod' (3d each). FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: John Custson, William de Bilton, John [ ]bert, John de Billesthorp', [ ] Mawer, William Oliuer de Woodall (12d each). Joan Edward rightly raised a hue and cry against Stephen Tolcard who was fined 6d. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for obstruction of a watercourse: John Custson obstruction at his gates (2d), Robert Hede at Brodegate so that the road deteriorated (12d).

Conisbrough: William Lumbard, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: John Alainson, William [ ], [ ] Gervais (3d each); Agnes Bussel, William Lumbard, Hugh Bellard (6d each). Rose Costnoght raised the hue and cry [ ] against Robert de Standbure [ ] fined (2d) FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for assault: John Barnefader drew blood from William Daweson (2d). FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for non-attendance: John de Wodehall [ ]. Total fines 3s 5d.

Dalton: John Empcus, constable. FineFine. A fee (as distinguished from the rent) paid by the tenant or vassal to the landlord on some alteration of the tenancy, as on the transfer or alienation of the tenant-right, etc. A fee or charge paid for any privilege.

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d for brewing ale without a licence: Agnes Laweson [tear]

Total fines at tourn 42s

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