Physical condition of the roll

The roll consists of 12 membranes. There are entries on all of the face sides of the membranes, but only on eight of the dorses. The roll is generally in good condition. Because the roll consists in large part of pardons and memoranda, there are few marginal headings, and generally these are to entries other than the pardons and memoranda. However, some do appear amongst the pardons and memoranda and these are county names against particular entries. In these cases where county names are entered against individual entries, it is not at all clear in many of the examples whether these relate just to that entry, or to groups of entries, or why only certain entries have them. In this edition they have been treated as other headings have been, and have been noted with the dating and place of giving information, and appear in italics.

C61/37, 18 Edward II (1325)

Introduction

This roll consists of 12 membranes, covering the six months from January to June 1325. Although shorter than its immediate predecessor, it is no less lacking in interest. As in C61/36, the roll contains a considerable number of letters of pardon and mainprise (the obtaining of sureties and bonds), for service by Englishmen to the king-duke in his forthcoming Gascon campaign, dating from January to May 1325. The later sections of the roll also include letters of respite for debts at the exchequer, dating from April to May 1325, for those going in the king’s service to the duchy. 1 There is also some material relating to internal affairs in Aquitaine and to the course of the War of Saint-Sardos, as well as further letters concerning negotiations with the kingdoms of Castile and Portugal.

The letters of pardon fall into two types: general pardons for ‘all homicides, robberies, arsons of houses, felonies and trespasses’; 2 and pardons for specific crimes committed against specific individuals in identified places (passim). Exceptions from the granting of pardons were made for those already in prison for ‘harmful acts’, and for ‘rebellion against the king by war in his realm, and who have crossed to France’, 3 referring to the events of 1322. The geographical range of the locations from which both those pardoned and their sureties came is striking. These ran from Essex to Northumberland, into the West Country, including Cornwall, and East Anglia. The roll shows that it was by no means unusual for a man to seek surety for his behaviour from mainpernors, sworn before a king’s justice, not only from his own immediate place of domicile, but from quite distant shires. Thus, in February 1325, one man found six mainpernors, from five different counties; 4 while another also found six mainpernors, each from a different county, spanning Nottinghamshire, Kent, Surrey, Middlesex, Hampshire and Hertfordshire. 5 In many cases the mainpernors seem to have been identifiable as individuals pardoned elsewhere in the same roll, so that there seems to have been some degree of reciprocity at work. Some of those pardoned appeared in person before the king or the steward of his household, and were mainprised to serve in Aquitaine at wages. 6

A wide variety of crimes are represented in the entries relating to pardons for specific criminal acts, with homicide in the lead, followed by trespass, outlawry, and taking of the king’s deer. 7 Disseisin by force of arms is also included, in one instance of a widow, 8 and in the other of an abbot, by the son of a knight. 9 Breaking-out of prison, 10 theft of oxen, pigs and cattle, 11 as well as (in one case) the making of false tin, 12 and the robbery of foreign merchants 13 also feature in the roll. The social range of those indicted and pardoned appears to be largely confined to peasants and labourers, but tradesmen, artisans, the occasional clerk and chaplain, and one knight’s son, appear in the lists. If any of them had been successfully tracked down and pressed into service, the infantry component of the army would not have been of the highest order, consisting as it did of ill-disciplined and largely untrained men from the criminal classes.

Besides this evidence for the means by which troops were recruited at this time, and for the state of public order in English shires, the roll also details more properly ‘Gascon’ items of business. The relatively close proximity of the duchy to the Iberian kingdoms meant that material concerning relations with them is often to be found on the Gascon Rolls. Letters both requesting and granting protections for those engaged in trade and other transactions with Spain and Portugal are found on the roll, including evidence for the purchase of warhorses in Castile. These were to be brought to the duchy, because the French had invaded it, Edward II told Alfonso XI of Castile and León, ‘with no regard for the bonds of consanguinity’ between Charles IV of France and himself. 14 Concern was voiced over the potentially hostile attitude and behaviour of the Portuguese, and the king of Castile was urged to attempt to influence their behaviour in this respect. 15 It is of interest that a major fear of the English in January 1325 was that the admiral of the Portuguese fleet, the Genoese Emanuele Pessagno, was brother of Antonio Pessagno, formerly Edward II’s seneschal of Aquitaine, but now described as the king’s enemy. 16 It was feared that the admiral intended to ‘come to the English sea’ with a fleet to harm the king-duke’s subjects, and to aid the king of France. Both Dinis I of Portugal and his eldest son Afonso were informed of this threat, and their aid was requested. 17 English knowledge of affairs at the Portuguese court was exemplified by the note that Afonso was being written to as it seemed that his father ‘was broken and near to death’. 18 Letters promising redress for Castilian merchants who had been attacked by the men of Sandwich, who had seized their cloth and other merchandise, 19 as well as protections for the merchants of Burgos, Vitoria, San Sebastian, Santander and Bermeo are also included on the roll. 20 The fundamental importance of the safe passage of traders in and through the duchy is instanced by the general protections extended to all merchants, not of enemy allegiance, at Bordeaux or elsewhere, in February 1325. 21 Trade between Bordeaux and Flanders, always precarious during periods of Anglo-French conflict, is exemplified by a case concerning 100 quintals of copper shipped from Flanders by some merchants of Condom, 22 deemed to be in enemy obedience.

That the effects of the previous Anglo-French conflict were still acutely felt is evident from the institution of an inquiry into the boundaries of the banlieue of Bordeaux. A petition from the mayor and jurats of the city had alleged usurpations by the king-duke’s officers of their jurisdiction and competences in the aftermath of the 1294-8 war. 23 The current conflict continued to make its mark with the issue of further letters of pardon for rebellion, and respite for debts incurred, by Gascon subjects of the king-duke. 24 The roll ends with a long list of names of those Englishmen, formerly pardoned for their crimes, who were to be arrested for ‘neglecting to go to Aquitaine’ in the army. 25 They included two chaplains, a spicer, a tailor, a mariner, two clerks and a mercer. Most of the 230 names recorded appear earlier in this and previous rolls, when they received their pardons. Clearly many men simply lay beyond the reach of the law in England at this time.

Malcolm Vale.

[Gascon Roll for the 18th year of the reign of Edward II]

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1

17 January 1325 . Whitewyk' Whitwick .

Pardon to Hugh Sampson of Tyverton' Tiverton for the breach of the king's peace for the death of Irisshe William le Irish of Teukesbury Tewkesbury committed before Christmas last, his indictment in Devon , and for outlawry, as he has found mainprise before Master Baldok' Robert de Baldock, archdeacon of Middlesex , chancellor , and Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition that he go on the next crossing to Gascony in the king's service, residing there at the king's wages during pleasure, and, when he has returned standing trial in the king's court if anyone wishes to speak against him for the death. The king, to aid his duchy and defend his right there has ordained his crossing to the duchy at a certain day in the future with his army, and wishing to strengthen the number of men-at-arms, has granted that all men of his realm who are indicted by appeals of approvers, or outlawry at the king's suit or that of others, or who have abjured the realm for homicides, robberies or other felonies, crimes or trespasses against the king's peace before Christmas last, and who wished to come to the king's peace or were in prison, or out of prison, should come to Westminster before any of the king's council in person or by their friends. They should find sufficient mainprise for going in the king's service to the duchy in the next crossing of the king there with his army, residing there at the king's wages during pleasure, and afterwards, once they have returned, will stand to right in the king's court if anyone wishes to speak against them for the homicides, robberies, crimes and other trespasses for which they were indicted, imprisoned or outlawed. And, by the mainprise attested before the chancellor, they should have the king's letters patent of pardon for the breach of the king's peace, and of the outlawry if promulgated against them. The king excepts those who are in prison for hostile acts and rebellion levied against the king by war in his realm and who have crossed to France for that reason.

1.1

Mainpernors of Hugh [Sampson] : Lercedekne Thomas Archdeacon , Tyverton' William de Tiverton and Walter Marchant of Tyverton' Tiverton of Devon , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service to his duchy in the next crossing of the king or his army there, and that he would reside there at the king's wages during the king's pleasure, and that he would behave well and faithfully towards the king.

2

26 January 1325 . Langele Kings Langley .

Pardon to Dullyngham' Gilbert de Dullingham for the trespasses for taking a deer in the king's forest of Essex before Christmas last for which he was indicted and outlawed because he did not come before the justices in eyre at the pleas of the forest in the same county to answer the king for those trespasses, as he has found his mainprise before etc., on condition [that he go on the next crossing to Gascony in the king's service], residing [there in the king's service].

3

Same as above

Pardon to Robert son of John son of Shepehird Robert le Shepherd of Childecote Chilcote , indicted for the death of John son of Richard son of Childecote Lettice de Chilcote before [Christmas] in Derbyshire , on condition that in the next crossing etc., and once he has returned he should stand trial etc.

Scrop' G[eoffrey] le Scrope received the mainprise.

4

3 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to William Brekebot' indicted for the death of Bokkyngg' Nicholas de Bocking before [Christmas] in Kent , and appealed by an approver in Sussex , as he has found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand trial etc.

5

8 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John son of Heton Thomas de Heaton indicted for the deaths of Rodom Adam de Roddam and Rodom John de Roddam , his brother before [Christmas] in Northumberland , and outlawed, as he has found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand trial etc.

5.1
6

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John le Taverner of Okhampton' Okehampton indicted for the deaths of Richard Cadyng' atte Lake and Toke John Tooke of Toteneys Totnes before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, robberies, felonies and trespasses perpetrated by him against the king's peace in the realm before the same feast of which he is accused or indicted, and also of the outlawry if that etc. as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

7

Same as above

Pardon to John son of Tyldeslegh' Hugh de Tyldesley indicted for the death of Robert son of Martin del Heghrode , clerk , and also for all other homicides, robberies, etc., before the same feast as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

8

Same as above

Pardon to Robert son of Tyldeslegh' Hugh de Tyldesley indicted for the deaths of Robert son of Martin de Heghrode' , clerk and Scot Adam Scott of Weryngton' Warrington before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, robberies, etc., who found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

9

Same as above

Pardon to William son of William son of Richard de Bodekesham' for all homicides, robberies, etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

10

7 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to William de Adel indicted for the death of Minkin Quester before Christmas, in Lincolnshire and outlawed, as he has found his mainprise came before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

11

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Tyngewyk' William de Tingewick for all homicides, robberies, etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

12

Same as above

Pardon to John de Preston for homicides, robberies, etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

12.1
13

Same as above

Pardon to Hardeshull' Eustace de Hartshill for homicides, robberies, etc., as he has found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

14

8 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Thomas Colfox indicted for the death of Bleth John le Bleddyn before [Christmas], in Warwickshire , as he has found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

15

Same as above

Pardon to William son of William Parent for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

15.1

Mainpernors of William [son of William Parent]: Brussenhull' Simon de Brazenhill , Horsleye Peter de Horsley , Barkesford William de Basford and Maddeleye Adam de Madeley of Staffordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

16

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Ranes Walter Raines of Dounestue Duns Tew for homicides, robberies, etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

16.1

Mainpernors of Walter [Raines] : Thomas de la Haye , William de Aynho of Northamptonshire , Herdewyk' John de Hardwick , Baunebury Robert de Banbury and William de Adderbury of Oxfordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc., armed, with a horse, as a hobelar, with two servants. 1

1.
The names of the first two mainpernors are written over an erasure. The addition at the end concerning the service with a horse as a hobelar is added in a smaller hand in the small space between this entry and the next.
17

Same as above

Pardon to John de Weston for his failure to come before the king to satisfy him for his redemption for the disseisin of Alice, widow of William Angmund' by force and arms, for which he was outlawed in Sussex , and also of this outlawry, if it was promulgated against him, as he has found his mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc. Once he has returned that he should satisfy the widow for the damages adjudged to her, and the king for his redemption.

18

Same as above

Pardon to Pycok' John de Peacock of Agmodesham Amersham for a trespass that he comitted against Thomas le Swan by force and arms for which he was outlawed in Buckinghamshire , and of the outlawry, if that etc., who found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc., if Swan wishes to speak against him concerning the trespass, and he should make satisfaction to the king for the redemption.

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19

13 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Hugh son of Hele Hugh de la Heale for the death of William son of Gladewys' Maud Gladwish , killed before [Christmas], and also all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

20

Same as above

Pardon to Birkyn John de Birkin for the death of John son of Bartholomew de Pilton , killed before [Christmas], and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has provided his mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

20.1
21

16 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John le Rous of Stafford for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., who found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

22

15 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John le Hewe of Burston , chaplain for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

23

18 February 1325 . Turrim London Tower of London .

Pardon to Geoffrey de la Mare for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

24

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Merwode John de Marwood indicted for the death of Matheu Bernard Matthew , killed before [Christmas], as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

25

16 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Walter Osbern for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

26

13 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Hauvill' Henry de Hauville for his failure to come before Ralph Basset and his associates to answer to Olneye John de Olney for a certain trespass done to Olney by Hauville, Basset and his associates, who were assigned justices by the king to hear and determine the trespass, for which he was outlawed in Buckinghamshire ; and also of the outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

26.1

1.
It may be the same person as the admiral of the Northern Fleet.
27

14 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Walter de Enges for robberies, thefts, felonies etc. as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

27.1

1.
The memorandum of the mainpernors appears to have been originally forgotten since it is squashed into the space between entries.
28

20 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Folyfaunt Ingram Follenfant of Adewyk' Adwick upon Dearne for the death of William de Bereford before [Christmas], and for his breaking out of the prison of Tykhull' Tickhill in which he had been detained for the death, and for homicides, felonies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found his mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

29

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Roger de Barton for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

30

Same as above

Pardon to Robert de Barton for the death of Welburn' Robert de Welbourn and other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

30.1

Robert [de Barton] found the same mainpernors as Roger [de Barton] , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

31

18 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John son of Ulram John de Ulrome for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

31.1

John [son of John de Ulrome] found the same mainpernors as Roger [de Barton] ( entry 29 ), who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

32

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Blowere Robert le Blower of Broghton' Broughton for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., and the abjuration of the realm that he made for the death of Adam North of Broghton' Broughton before [Christmas], as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

32.1
33

18 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Martin de Littlebury for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

34

Pardon to Roger son of Peter son of Kynesheved Walter de Conishead , indicted for the death of Thomas son of Gilbert de Salter before [Christmas], and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

34.1

Mainpernors of Roger [son of Peter son of Walter de Conishead ]: Hodeleston' Richard de Huddleston of Cumberland and Patrick de Bland of Yorkshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc. 1

1.
The names of the mainpernors are written over an erasure.
35

Pardon to William de Gatepath' indicted for the death of Martin de Boyvill before [Christmas], and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

36

16 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to William son of Reynold Norman of Stamford indicted for the death of John de Knutessale before Christmas, and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

36.1

Mainpernors of William [son of Reynold Norman]: Richard de Hudeleston' of Cumberland and Ferminus Larmurer of Stamford , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

37

20 February 1325 . Turris London Tower of London .

Pardon to Hugh de la Chircheheye for the death of Mayster John Master of Bisshoppishill Bishop's Hill before [Christmas], and for the robberies of Master's goods and chattels, and also for all homicides, robberies, etc., and of his outlawry if that, etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right, etc.

37.1
38

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to William de Baston indicted for the death of Jolyf William Joliffe before [Christmas], and of his outlawry etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford' , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

39

Same as above

Pardon to Chadyngton' Laurence de Chaddington indicted for the death of Gilbert de Staunton before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, robberies, etc., and also the abjuration of the realm for the death etc., as he has found mainprise before William [de Bereford] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

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40

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Philip son of Wodebury William de Woodbury of Webbele Weobley for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

40.1

Mainpernors of Philip [son of William de Woodbury]: William de Shotton , Mapelton' William de Mapleton , Neuby Robert de Newby and Henry Wytene of Yorkshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

41

8 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Hussewyf' Andrew Hussewyk' of Fordham for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

42

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Robert le Palmer for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

43

7 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Hugh son of Kynardby Maud de Kingerby for the death of Eustace son of Heselyngfeld' Richard de Haslingfield before Christmas, for whose killing he was arrested in Lincolnshire and outlawed, as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

43.1

Mainpernors of Hugh [son of Maud de Kingerby]: Roger de Felton, kt , Wastenes Robert de la Wasteneys of Yorkshire , and Coventr' William de Coventry of Warwickshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

44

8 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Adam Towe of Boreford' Burford for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

45

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Bruyn John le Brown for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

46

Same as above

Pardon to Dringhou Robert de Dringhoe for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

47

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Tyngewyk' Ellis de Tingewick and John his brother for homicides, robberies, etc. and of their outlawry if that etc., as they have found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once they have returned they should stand to right etc.

48

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Goldere, Pylegrym Robert Golder called Pilgrim for homicides, felonies, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

49

Same as above

Pardon to Maneton' Walter de Manton for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., and also for his abjuration of the realm which he made for the death of Ralph le Hayward before [Christmas], as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

50

8 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Walsheman John Walshman of Brugewater Bridgwater indicted for the death of Irissh William le Irish, messenger ( corour ) before [Christmas], and also for all homicides, robberies, etc., and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

51

13 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Tournour Simon le Turner of Kirketon Kirton indicted for the deaths of Wilughby John de Willoughby of Carleton and Lasceles Thomas Lascelles of Lertyngton' Lartington before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, robberies, etc. for which he was indicted, and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

52

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Wodebourn' Thomas de Woodburn for homicides, robberies, etc. for which he was indicted or outlawed, and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

53

Same as above

Pardon to Richard son of Wylde John le Wild of Brewode Brewood for homicides, felonies, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

53.1

Mainpernors of Richard [son of John le Wild]: John de Sutton of Warwickshire , John de Stirston' of Lincolnshire , Richard de Knapton of Yorkshire and Robert de Lauverne of Kent , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

54

Same as above

Pardon to Avenill' Gilbert Avenall for homicides, robberies, larcenies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

54.1

1.
The clerk seems to have made an error in this entry, twice referring to Geoffrey ( Galfridus and Galfridum ) when Gilbert is clearly meant.
55

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Chalun Henry Challen of Dodyngthorp' for the robbery of Matthew de Wytheton' committed at Wytheton' in Yorkshire before Christmas last, and for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., and also of abjuration etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

56

15 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John son of Wenlok' John de Wenlock of Stafford for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

56.1

Mainpernors of John [son of John de Wenlock]: Griffyn William Griffin , William Wallay , Hodenette John de Hodnet and Wenlok' Richard de Wenlock of Staffordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

57

16 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John son of Pabenham John de Pavenham of the county of Hertfordshire for his failure to come before the king for the redemption for a disseisin made by him by force and arms from the abbot of Grasteno Grestain , and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford' , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should make satisfaction to the abbot for the damages adjudged to him, and to the king for his redemption.

57.1

Mainpernors of John [son of John de Pavenham]: John de Pavenham , kt , Wolaston' John de Wollaston and Alexander de Stoke of Bedfordshire and Mareschal John le Marshal of Northamptonshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

58

17 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to William son of William de Tumby of Sanctus Botulphus Boston for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

58.1

Mainpernors of William [son of William de Tumby]: Benigton' Adam de Bennington , Richard de Scalby , Robert son of John de Lincoln and Richard Sampson of Lincolnshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

59

16 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Dichefeld' Richard del Ditchfield for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

60

Same as above

Pardon to Henry son of Alan de Snape for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., he should stand to right etc.

60.1

Henry [son of Alan de Snape] found the same mainpernors as Dichefeld' Richard del Ditchfield ( entry 59 ), who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc. and

61

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Thomas le Clerk of Dorcestr' Dorchester for homicides, robberies, felonies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc. is promulgated, and also of his abjuration of the realm etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford' . On condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

62

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Jordan le Forester for the death of Wardon' Robert de Warden before Christmas, for whose death he was arrested in Lincolnshire and outlawed, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

63

Same as above

Pardon to John son of Welburn' Laurence de Welbourn for the death of Robert Sturdy before [Christmas] for which he was arrested in Lincolnshire and outlawed, and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

63.1

John [son of Laurence de Welbourn] found the same mainpernors as Jordan le Forester ( entry 62 , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

64

13 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Roger son of Shephird John le Shepherd of Oule Onley for the death of Adam Haddon before Christmas, and also for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc.

64.1

Mainpernors of Roger [son of John le Shepherd]: William de Shotton , Mapelton' William de Mapleton , Neuby Robert de Newby and Wyten' Henry de Wytene , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

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65

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Mundevill' Richard de Mundeville of Cold Assheby Cold Ashby indicted for the death of Shereman Henry Sharman before Christmas, and of his outlawry etc., as he has found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

66

Same as above

Pardon to Nicholas son of Colyn Robert Collin of Cleycotes Clay Coton indicted for the death of William son of Wiliam John William of Cleycotes Clay Coton before [Christmas] in Northamptonshire , and of his outlawry, as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

67

5 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John son of William Russel , spicer for the death of Thomas ap Robert de Langoyt before [Christmas], and also for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

68

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Litster Simon le Lister of Roderham Rotherham for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

69

8 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Baraill' Laurence Baraille' of Hernflete for the death of Richard Rougheved of Spaldyng Spalding before Christmas, and also for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

70

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to William son of Beaufiz William Beaufitz of Strode Strood for homicides, felonies, robberies, and other trespasses etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

70.1

Mainpernors that William [son of William Beaufitz]: Beaufoiz William Beaufitz of Strode Strood , Beaufoiz John Beaufitz , Beaufiz Robert Beaufitz , Hamon de Spillebergh' , Robert de Batliscumbe and Dene Arnold de la Dean of Kent , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

71

7 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Adam de Brinchesleye' indicted and outlawed for the death of William de Compton at Burnham, Buckinghamshire before [Christmas], and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

72

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Ekynton' John de Eckington for the death of William Blankewell before [Christmas], and also for all homicides, robberies, felonies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

73

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Robert de Selby indicted for the death of Taillour Nicholas le Tailor before [Christmas], as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

74

Same as above

Pardon to Robert de Langham for the death of Warin son of John son of Edmund de Somersam before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

75

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Stalyngburgh' John de Stallingborough for the death of John le Forester of Berghton' Broughton before [Christmas], and for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

76

Same as above

Pardon to Buscy Edmund de Bussey for the death of Roger Thurgar of Stubton before [Christmas], and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

77

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Thistelton John de Thistleton, tailor , for homicides, robberies, felonies, etc. and of his outlawry etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

78

Same as above

Pardon to Thomas son of Nicholas [le Tailor] of Brumley Bagotes Bagot's Bromley for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

79

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Colyerleye William de Collierley for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

80

Same as above

Pardon to Swykebot' Thomas Swykelot' for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

80.1

Mainpernors of Thomas [ Swykelot' ] : Peter [de Bradfield of Suffolk], Richard [de Thirlwall] and William [ de Caston of Northumberland], Nicholas [de Agglethorpe ] , John [Frere of Kirkby Fleetham] and Thomas [de Walden of Yorkshire], who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

81

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John son of Undele William de Underley for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., and also his abjuration of the realm that he made for stealing two oxen, and the king has granted to him his firm peace, as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc. 1

1.
There is a substantial interlineation in this entry concerning the theft of the oxen.
81.1

Mainpernors of John [son of William de Underley]: John de Turney , Edmund de Offord , Huntyngdon' John de Huntingdon and William Wychard of Huntingdonshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

82

Same as above

Pardon to Elewyk' Robert de Elwick for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

83

Same as above

Pardon to William Willory of Kelleseye Kelsey for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

83.1

Mainpernors of William [Willory] : Peter [de Bradfield of Suffolk], Richard [de Thirlwall] and William [de Caston of Northumberland], and Nicholas [de Agglethorpe ] , John [Frere] and Thomas [de Walden] [of Yorkshire] , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

84

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Sauvage William Savage of Chiggewell' Chigwell for escaping from the king's prison of Colecestr' Colchester , and for his abjuration of the realm for the same, and also of his outlawry promulgated in Essex for the trespass of taking a hind in the king's forest there concerning which he was indicted and the firm peace, etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should make satisfaction to the king for his redemption for the taking of the deer, etc.

85

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Edmund de Enges for robberies, larcenies, felonies, etc., as he has found mainprise before William [de Bereford] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

86

6 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Henry Babel for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

87

13 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Herberd Richard Herbert of Berton iuxta Cantebr' Barton for the death of Herberd Philip Herbert of Neuton' Newton before [Christmas], and also homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

88

10 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Wase Ralph Wace of West Wykham West Wickham for the death of Hybaldestowe Adam de Hibaldstow before [Christmas], and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

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89

Pardon to William Fox of Mere Meretown for the death of John de Mere before [Christmas], and for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

89.1
90

16 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to John Dole for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

91

Pardon to John de Tilton for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

92

15 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Henry son of Wermyngton' Robert de Warmington for the death of Geoffrey le Porter of Salve' before [Christmas], and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

92.1

Mainpernors of Henry [son of Robert de Warmington]: Richard Hogheles and John son of Robert de Wrotham of Kent , and atte Hill' John Athill of Corton' and John de Sutton of Nottinghamshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

93

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Quaynt John le Quant of Preston for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

93.1
94

Same as above

Pardon to Richard Roger for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

95

Same as above

Pardon to Rede William le Reed of Spaldyng' Spalding for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

96

Same as above

Pardon to Gerlaund' John Garland for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

97

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Byrkyn John Birkin of Selby for the death of Irewys Peter Irish before [Christmas] and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

98

16 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to William Sampson for a robbery he made before [Christmas] in Huntingdonshire for which he was taken and imprisoned in the king's Neugate gaol of Newgate and for the appeal of him by John de Budeswell , approver, for the death of Staundon' Vivian de Standon , and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

99

14 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Simon le Mouner of Bukyngham Buckingham for the death of John son of Walter de Boyham of Ocle Oakley before [Christmas] and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., and also of his abjuration etc. for the death, as he has come with his mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

100

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Richard son of Shelfangre Reynold de Shelfanger for all manner of homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., and also of his abjuration etc. for a robbery made by him at Horstede Horstead in Norfolk , as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

100.1

Mainpernors of Richard [son of Reynold de Shelfanger]: John de Walsham , John de Hemyngham and Reynold son of Shelfangre Ives de Shelfanger of Norfolk , and Hokesworthe John de Hawksworth of Nottinghamshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

101

18 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Tyngewyk' John de Tingewick for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

101.1

1.
' Kanpton' ' is probably a scribal error for Knapton.
102

14 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Stokesle Robert de Stokesley for the death of Yakesle Ralph de Yaxley, chaplain , and for other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

103

20 February 1325 . Tower of London .

Pardon to Ebor' Henry de York for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

104

Same as above

Pardon to Richard de Ake' for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

105

Same as above

Pardon to John Page of Dunolm' Durham for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

106

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Richard son of Revessone William le Reeson of Staunton Staunton on Arrow for the death of Henry son of Roger le Dyghere of Penebrugge Pembridge before [Christmas] and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

106.1

Mainpernors of Richard [son of William le Revessone]: William de Staunton of Hamenassh' Hamnish and Richard son of Adam Russel of Hulton' of Herefordshire , and Oxon' John de Oxford and Donvill' William Dumville of Oxfordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

107

20 February 1325 . Turris London Tower of London .

Pardon to Peyntour John le Painter for the death of Bassingburn' Warin de Bassingbourn before [Christmas], and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

108

Same as above

Pardon to John son of Roger Poleyn of Langeton' Langton for the death of Petinger William Pottinger of Braybrok' Braybrooke before [Christmas], and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

108.1

Mainpernors of John [son of Roger Poleyn ]: Fynchefeld' William de Finchingfield , Edmund le Barber , Regate John de Reigate and Huntelegh' Richard de Huntley of Middlesex , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

109

Same as above

Pardon to Robert son of Robert Breton of Langeton' Langton for the death of Robert son of John son of Tyrlyngton' John de Tur Langton before [Christmas] and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

109.1

Mainpernors of Robert [son of Robert Breton]: the aforesaid William [de Finchingfield] , Edmund [le Barber] , John [de Reigate] and Richard [de Huntley] , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

110

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Stokefery John de Stoke Ferry for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

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111

16 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Gloucestre Thomas de Gloucester for homicides, robberies and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

112

Same as above

Pardon to Gloucestre Robert de Gloucester for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

112.1

Robert de [Gloucester] found the same mainpernors as Gloucestr' Thomas de Gloucester , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service [to his duchy] etc.

113

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Kene Thomas le Keen of Esthanereth' East Hendred for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

114

Same as above

Pardon to Thomas son of Rede Adam le Reed of Novum Castrum super Tynam Newcastle upon Tyne for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., and also of his abjuration etc. which he made for a pig that he stole at Novum Castrum Super Tynam Newcastle upon Tyne , and [the king has granted him his] firm [peace] as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

114.1

Mainpernors of Thomas [son of Adam le Reed]: Warwyk' Nicholas de Warwick of Middlesex , Reynold son of Joseph John of Stoke of Norfolk and Coventr' William de Coventry of Warwickshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

115

Same as above

Pardon for Ketel Thomas Kettel of Wythemundeford' Wormingford for the death of Thressher John le Thresher before [Christmas], and for all homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

116

Same as above

Pardon to Walter Annerey for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

116.1

Mainpernors of Walter [ Annerey ] : Poutenham James de Puttenham , Wendlesworth' Thomas de Wandsworth , Walter Snit and Roger de Scorland' , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

117

Pardon to John de Holden for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc. 2

1.
A note in the margin states: 'Vacated because afterwards he had a simple charter of pardon by order of the king and this was returned into the chancery'. For the general pardon refered to in the marginal note, see CPR 1324-1327 , p. 110.
2.
This and the following entry are crossed out.
117.1

1.
This and the preceding entry are crossed out.
118

26 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to William Bernard of Blunham for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

118.1

Mainpernors of William [Bernard] : Blundel William Blundell , Malyn John Malin , John Bernard and William de Caldewell of Bedfordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

119

13 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Robert son of Robert Turney of Gerlethorp' Garthorpe indicted for the death of Adam Wymark of Rouclif Rawcliffe before [Christmas], in Lincolnshire , and [the king has granted him his] firm [peace], as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

119.1

Mainpernors of Robert [son of Robert Turney]: William Turney of Lincolnshire and William de Berley of Yorkshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

120

Pardon to Robert Greda indicted for the death of Richard de Prustecote before [Christmas], in Devon , [the king has granted him his] firm [peace], as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

121

Same as above

Pardon to Aghton' Stephen de Aighton for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

122

Pardon to Henry Blaunkpee of Bynyngton' Binnington for homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

123

13 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Skures Thomas de Scures for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc. 1

1.
For a related entry, see entry .
123.1

1.
The mention of Warwick and Hertfordshire seems likely to be an error, and that Warwick in Warwickshire is meant.
124

Pardon to Geoffrey Alred of Dyngeleye Dingley for all homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

125

20 February 1325 . Turris London Tower of London .

Pardon to Simon Bole of Thirnyngg' Thurning for homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

126

Same as above

Pardon to John son of Robert atte Gote of Sanctus Botulphus Boston for all homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

127

28 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Bayns Richard de Baines for all homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

128

20 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Blod' William Blood etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

129

Pardon to Simon son of Lyndrich' William de Lindridge of Leycestr' Leicester for all homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

130

Pardon to Beleby Adam de Belby, clerk indicted for the death of Baret John Barrett of Assheburn' Ashbourne before [Christmas], and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

131

22 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Jarkevile Henry de Jarville for all homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before William de Bereford , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

132

14 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Simon son of John de Ormesby indicted for the death of John son of Gamen Nicholas Gammon of Redenhale Redenhall before [Christmas], [and the king has granted him his] firm [peace], as he has found mainprise before William [de Bereford] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

133

22 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Hugh son of Bourebank' Richard de Boarbank indicted for the death of Ellerbek' John de Ellerbeck before [Christmas], in Westmorland , as he has found mainprise before William [de Bereford] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

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134

22 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Nicholas son of Thomas son of Hugh de Skelton indicted for the death of John de Skelton before the feast, in Cumberland , as he has found mainprise before William [de Bereford] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

135

Pardon for Martyn John Martin, the younger , of Bodminia Bodmin for making false coinage of tin and for all felonies and trespasses by him, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope and Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

136

Same as above

Pardon to Richard atte Grove of Terstane Teston for the death of John Strakelyn of Holingbourne Hollingbourne before [Christmas], and also for other homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] and Walter de [Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

137

Same as above

Pardon to Henry son of Pestour Richard le Pester of Donewicus Dunwich indicted for the death of John son of Coupere John le Cooper of Utkethale Ilketshall before [Christmas], and also of his outlawry if that has been promulgated, [and the king has granted him his] firm [peace] etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] and Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

137.1

Mainpernors of Henry [son of Richard le Pester]: Bacoun Geoffrey Bacon , William de Knapton , Walter son of Donewico Walter de Dunwich of Norfolk and Suffolk , and Neuwerk' John de Newark of Lincolnshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

138

Pardon to Kirkedale Henry de Kirkdale for the death of Kirkedale William de Kirkdale before [Christmas], and also for other homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

138.1
139

Pardon to John son of Cartewright' Henry le Cartwright of Waddeworth Wadworth indicted for the death of Roger de Emeldon before [Christmas], and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Geoffrey [le Scrope] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

139.1

Mainpernors of John [son of Henry le Cartwright]: William de Aune and William de Hercy of Yorkshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

140

Same as above

Pardon to Gretham Andrew de Greatham indicted for the death of Nicholas de Welton of Ebor' York , and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

141

Pardon to Coltran Thomas Coltrane, mercer , indicted for the death of Peleter John le Pelter before [Christmas], and also for all homicides, robberies, etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter[ de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

142

Pardon to Dokeseye' John de Doxey indicted for the death of Henry Saunder of Dulverne Dilhorne before [Christmas], and for all other homicides, robberies, etc. and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

143

Pardon to Thomas Norman of Aton' for the death of Gylyot' William Gilyot before [Christmas], and for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

144

Pardon to Thomas son of John de Morhay of Colton for all homicides, etc. perpetrated before [Christmas] whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

144.1

Mainpernors of Thomas [son of John de Morhay ]: Freman Robert Freeman of Sarshull' Shareshill , Whyteleye Robert de Whitley , Bekkebury William de Beckbury and Matthew de Hulton of Staffordshire , who mainprised that he would go [in the king's service] etc.

145

Pardon to William de Stokhay' for the death of John Treveri before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, robberies, etc. for which he is indicted and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

146

Pardon to Crips John Cripps for the death of Henry Inge before [Christmas], and for all homicides, etc. perpetrated before the feast whereof he is indicted, and of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

147

Pardon to Simon son of Reve Henry le Reeve of Terebok' Tarbock for all homicides, robberies, etc. perpetrated before [Christmas] whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

147.1

Mainpernors of Simon [son of Henry le Reeve]: Freman Robert le Freeman of Sareshull' Shareshill , Beckebury William de Beckbury , Roger de Upton and John de Colton of Staffordshire , who mainprised that he would go [in the king's service] etc.

148

14 March 1325 . Westminster . Cumberland .

Pardon to Stokdale Alan de Stockdale indicted for the death of Holli Henry Holly before [Christmas] in Cumberland etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

148.1
149

Same as above

Pardon to Fulk son of Dodeleburye John de Diddlebury for all homicides, robberies, etc. perpetrated before [Christmas] whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

149.1

Mainpernors of Fulk [son of John de Diddlebury]: Seler Simon le Seller of Essex , Coventre William de Coventry of Warwickshire , Borughull' John de Burghill of Herefordshire , Sely Nicholas Sealey of Middlesex , who mainprised that he would go [in the king's service] etc.

150

14 March 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Fullere Simon le Fuller of Holbrok' Holbrook indicted for the death of Thomas Pie of Gippewyco Ipswich before [Christmas], in Suffolk , as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

151

Pardon to Robert Balne indicted for the death of Busshel Robert Bushel of Eukeston' Euxton before [Christmas], and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

152

Same as above Cumberland .

Pardon to Hugh son of Thomas son of Hugh outlawed for the death of Boner William Bonner of Penreth' Penrith , baker , before [Christmas], in Cumberland , and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

152.1

Mainpernors of Hugh [son of Thomas son of Hugh ]: Hemyngeston' Alan de Hemingstone of Sussex , Andrew de Dernyngton of Northumberland , Richard de Kirkeby and Lynton' John de Linton of Yorkshire mainprised that he would go [in the king's service] etc.

153

Pardon to Stiward Robert Steward of Oudeby Oadby indicted for the death of Roger Jordan of Oudeby Oadby committed by him before [Christmas], and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

153.1

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154

Pardon to John son of Ellis indicted for the death of Rede John le Reed before [Christmas], and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

154.1

Mainpernors of John [son of Ellis]: Ruter William Rutter , Ranulph de Starky , Secom Robert de Seacombe and Danays Robert Denis , who mainprised that he would go [in the king's service] etc.

155

Pardon to Herde Alexander le Herd of Chelmeresford' Chelmsford for all homicides, robberies, etc. perpetrated before [Christmas] whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

156

Pardon to Layner Henry Lainer of Bernyngton' Barrington , indicted for the death of John atte Wolde of Shirebourn' Sherborne , and also for the abjuration of the realm that he made for the death, and for homicides, robberies etc. made before [Christmas] whereof he is indicted or appealed, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

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157

Pardon to Fantengympis Laurence de Fantengimpis' indicted for the death of William Tresauson before [Christmas] in Cornwall , and also for his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

158

Same as above Westmorland .

Pardon to Robert son of Walter Dobman of Appelby Appleby indicted for the death of John son of Robert Russel of Appelby Appleby , killed by him before [Christmas], and also for his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

159

Pardon to Adam son of Thomas de Northmore for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

159.1

Mainpernors of Adam [son of Thomas de Northmore ]: Novo Castro super Tynam Henry de Newcastle upon Tyne of Northumberland , William de Shotton , Mapelton' William de Mapleton and Spyney William de Spinney of Yorkshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

160

Same as above Derbyshire .

Pardon to Ralph Lightrede for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

161

Same as above Yorkshire .

Pardon to Adam Stairy for the death of Walter de Craye before [Christmas] whereof he is indicted, and also for homicides, robberies etc. perpetrated [by him], and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

162

Same as above Westmorland .

Pardon to Adam son of Adam del Dale of Graryg' Grayrigg for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc. is promulgated, and also of his abjuration of the realm which he made for thefts, [and the king has granted to him] his firm peace, as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

162.1

Mainpernors of Adam [son of Adam del Dale]: Mauger son of Laurence of Lancashire , Geoffrey de Carleton and Levyngton' John de Levington of Cumberland , and John son of Laurence of Lancashire , who mainprised that he would go [in the king's service] etc.

163

Same as above Yorkshire .

Pardon to Thorfynesty Adam de Thorphinsty of Sedbiry Sedbergh in Lonesdale' Lonsdale for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

164

Same as above Yorkshire .

Pardon to John le Roos of Donecastr' Doncaster for homicides, felonies, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

164.1

Mainpernors of John [le Roos] : Elys William Ellis , Holm' Richard de Holme , William de Sutton and Aleyn William Allen of Yorkshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

165

Same as above Yorkshire .

Pardon to Alan le Forester of Richemund' Richmond for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

166

Same as above Yorkshire .

Pardon to Tykhull' Robert de Tickhill, clerk for homicides, robberies, felonies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

167

Pardon to Henry Camber for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

168

Pardon to Cullyng' Giles Culling of Tavystok' Tavistock indicted for the death of Santere Adam Santer of Tavystok' Tavistock before [Christmas] in Devon and outlawed, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

169

Same as above Norfolk .

Pardon to John son of Olive indicted for the death of Henry Agg' of Yaxham before [Christmas], and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

170

Same as above Westmorland .

Pardon to John son of Gery John Geary of Crakanthorp' Crackenthorpe indicted for the death of Thomas his son , killed by him before [Christmas], and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

170.1

Mainpernors of John [son of John Geary]: William son of Mareschal Adam Marshal of Kirkeby Kirkby , John son of Gilbert de Boulton and Roger son of Levyngton' Robert de Levington , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

171

Pardon to Taillour Thomas le Tailor of Waure Mershton' Marston Waver indicted for the death of Goldyng' Ralph Golding of Cestre Waure Cestersover , in Warwickshire , [and the king has granted to him] his firm peace, as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

172

Pardon to John son of Roger de la More of Bikerstat Bickerstaffe indicted for the death of Alan son of Roger de la More before [Christmas] in Lancashire and outlawed, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

172.1

Mainpernors of John [son of Roger de la More]: Tynemuth' Adam de Tynemouth of Lancashire , William de Sutton of Berkshire , Ayntre William de Aintree and Benteleye Richard de Bentley of Lancashire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

173

Pardon to Thomas de Barton for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

174

17 March 1325 . Westminster . Wiltshire .

Pardon to Nicholas Multrich' indicted for the death of John Chalke of Wylton' Wilton before [Christmas], in Wiltshire , [and the king has granted to him] his firm peace, as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

175

Pardon to William son of Hunteknave Henry Huntknave' for all homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

176

Same as above Essex .

Pardon to Kersaulton' Roger de Carshalton for all homicides, robberies, etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

177

21 March 1325 . Shene Sheen . Shropshire .

Pardon to Stephen de Acton indicted for the death of William de Laxton of Athewyk' before [Christmas], and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

177.1

Mainpernors of Stephen [de Acton] : Hugh de Moresby, kt and Hardegill' Thomas de of Cumberland , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

178

25 March 1325 . Henle Henley . Cumberland .

Pardon to Spenser Alexander Spencer of Penreth' Penrith for the death of Richard son of Ralph atte Yate of Ebor' York , and also for all other homicides, robberies, felonies and trespasses committed by him against the king's peace etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before the king in chancery, on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

Welle Robert de Wells received the mainprise by order of the king.

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179

26 March 1325 . Henle Henley . Lincolnshire .

Pardon to Conayn Alan Conan of Kirketon' Kirton in Holand' Holland for homicides, felonies, robberies and other etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before the king in chancery, on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

179.1

Mainpernors of Alan [Conan] : Briggeslee Henry Brigsley and Caumpeden' David de Campden of Lincolnshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

180

Same as above Lancashire .

Pardon to John son of John de la More of Lyverpoll' Liverpool for the death of Richard son of Spellowe William de Spellow before [Christmas], and for all other homicides, robberies, felonies and other etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before the king in chancery, on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand trial etc.

Welle Robert de Wells received the mainprise by order of the king.

180.1

Mainpernors of John [son of John de la More]: Wakefeld' Richard de Wakefield , Lyverpol Robert de Liverpool of Lancashire and Ellale John de Ellel of Cumberland , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

181

Pardon to Mareschal Theobald le Marshal of Thyngden' Finedon indicted for the death of Henry son of Thyngden' Henry de Finedon before [Christmas], in Northamptonshire , and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Norwico Walter de Norwich , on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

182

12 March 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Richard Torkard of Nottingham for all homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Walter [de Norwich] , on condition etc., and once he has etc. 1

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183

12 February 1325 . Westminster .

Pardon to Arnale Adam de Arnold for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Scrop' Geoffrey le Scrope , on condition etc., and once etc. 1

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184

23 March 1325 . Henle Henley .

Pardon to John son of Par Henry de Parr for the deaths of Thomas de Eccleston and John le Prestess 1 before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before the king, on condition etc., and once etc.

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184.1

Mainpernors of John son of Henry [de Parr] : Rithre John de Ryther of Yorkshire mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc. 1

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185

Pardon to Poket Walter Pocket for the death of Shepeherde Richard le Shepherd of Keleby Kilby in Leicestershire before Christmas last, and also for all other homicides, robberies, felonies and trespasses perpetrated in the realm against the king's peace before Christmas whereof he is indicted, and also of his abjuration of the realm made for the death [and the king has granted to him] his firm peace. Pocket came before the king in the chancery and mainprised to go in the king's service to the duchy of Aquitaine in the king's next crossing or to follow him there, and to reside there at the king's wages during pleasure. The letters are granted on condition that he goes to Gascony, and when he returns he should stand to right in the king's court if anyone wishes to speak against him for the death, homicides, robberies, felonies and trespass. 1

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186

Same as above

Pardon to Stephen Dunheved' for the death of Richard Monyword' of Hereford before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his abjuration etc., as he has found mainprise before Richard Damory, steward of the household , on condition etc., and once etc.

Richard Damory, steward of the household received the mainprise.

187

Pardon to Richard de Swynnerton for all homicides, robberies, felonies and trespasses perpetrated in the realm against the king's peace before Christmas whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that has been promulgated against him, [and the king has granted to him] his firm peace. Swynnerton came before Richard Damory, steward of the household and mainprised to go in the king's service to the duchy of Aquitaine in the king's next crossing or to follow him there, and to reside there at the king's wages during pleasure. The letters are granted on condition that he goes to Gascony, and when he returns he should stand to right in the king's court if anyone wishes to speak against him for the homicides, robberies, felonies and trespass.

188

Pardon to Thomas de Tee of Dagenhale Dagnall for homicides, robberies, etc. whereof he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc. Tee came before Richard Damory, steward of the household and mainprised to go in the king's service to the duchy of Aquitaine in the king's next crossing or to follow him there, and to reside there at the king's wages during pleasure. The letters are granted on condition that he goes to Gascony, and when he etc.

189

Pardon to Rede John le Reed of Lyngeyne Lingen for all homicides, robberies, etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found sufficient mainprise before the king in chancery, on condition etc., and once etc.

189.1

Mainpernors of John [le Reed] : 1

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190

28 March 1325 . Henle Henley . 1

Pardon to Henry Pouger, chaplain indicted for the theft of two bullocks from Matilda, widow of Stounesby Robert de Stonesby , before Christmas, and also of all other homicides, robberies, felonies and trespasses perpetrated by him against the king's peace before Christmas for which he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that was promulgated, [and the king has granted to him] his firm peace. Pouger found sufficient mainprise before the king to go in the king's service to the duchy of Aquitaine in the king's next crossing or to follow him there, and to reside there at the king's wages during pleasure. The letters are granted on condition that he goes to Gascony, and when he returns he should stand to right in the king's court if anyone wishes to speak against him concerning the thefts, homicides, robberies, felonies and trespasses.

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191

Same as above

Pardon to Chaumbre Walter atte Chamber of Chesham indicted for the death of Walter Mynche of Aylesbury before Christmas last, in Buckinghamshire , and for all other homicides, etc. whereof he is indicted. Chamber came before the king etc. [and mainprised to go in the king's service to the duchy of Aquitaine in the king's next voyage or to follow him there, and to reside there at the king's wages during pleasure. The letters are granted on condition that he goes to Gascony, and when he returns that he should stand to right in the king's court] so that anyone can speak against him if they wish for the homicides, robberies, felonies and trespasses.

By the same writ.

192

Same as above

Pardon to Robert de Allerton of Seleby Selby indicted for the death of Robert le Mouner of Gayteford' Gateforth before [Christmas] in Yorkshire , and also for all other homicides, etc. perpetrated by him, and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

By the same writ.

193

Pardon to Coyne John Coyney of Weston Weston Coyney indicted for the death of Coyne Adam Coyney of Hulm' Hulme before [Christmas], and also for all homicides, etc. for which he is indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

193.1

Mainpernors of John [Coyney] : Ibbestanes John de Ipstones, kt and Monte Gomeri Walter de Montgomery of Staffordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

194

Same as above Leicestershire .

Pardon to Ellis de Belton indicted for the death of Mazoun Nicholas le Mason before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, etc., for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

195

Same as above

Pardon to Simon son of Budel Adam le Buddell of Madeleye Madeley indicted for the death of Longe Thomas le Long of Marchynton' Marchington before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, etc., for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

195.1

Mainpernors of Simon [son of Adam le Buddell]: Welles Robert de Wells, kt of Cumberland , Nicholas son of Bikerton' Philip de Bickerton of Yorkshire and Cosseham John Cosham of Wiltshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

196

Same as above

Pardon to John de Multon, chaplain indicted for the death of John Turnet of Hornyngtoft Horningtoft before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides, etc., for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

196.1
197

Same as above

Pardon to Robert son of Hugh Reymes of Capel for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas], for which robberies and homicides he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc., for which etc. and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

197.1

Mainpernors of Robert [son of Hugh Reymes ]: Reynold Joseph of Carleton and Poure Thomas le Poore of Lenn' Lynn , Norfolk , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

198

Same as above

Pardon to Richard Elion of Merton' for various robberies, homicides, etc. for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

198.1

Mainpernors of Richard [Elion] : Cotesford John de Cottisford and Robert le Botiller of Wiltshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

199

Same as above

Pardon to William son of Simon Pare of Fossebrok' Forsbrook for various robberies and homicides etc. for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

199.1

Mainpernors of William [son of Simon Pare ]: Richard Basset of Chedle Cheadle and Giles Morel of Staffordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

200

Same as above

Pardon to William son of Wodeward' Walter le Woodward of Clifton' indicted for the death of Robert son of William de Parva Clifton' before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

200.1

Mainpernors of William [son of Walter le Woodward]: Monte Gomeri Walter de Montgomery and Giles Morel of Staffordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

201

Same as above

Pardon to Byttere Simon le Bittere of Aumbresleye Amberley for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas] last for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned he should stand to right etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

201.1

Mainpernors of Simon [le Byttere ] : Haclut Giles Hackluyt and Thomas his brother of Herefordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

202

Same as above

Pardon to Thomas de Bremmore' indicted for the death of Hugh son of Richard de Lankelli before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

202.1

Mainpernors of Thomas [de Bremore' ] : Warin Vautort of Cornwall and Draicote William de Draycote of Hampshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

203

Same as above

Pardon to Richeman Henry Richman of Weston for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas] for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

203.1

Mainpernors of Henry [Richman] : William Beaufitz of Gillyngham Gillingham, Kent and Stokesleye Robert de Stokesley of Yorkshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

204

Same as above

Pardon to Hogekyn Richard Hodgkin of Mousehole indicted for the death of Henry Megir of Mousehole before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

204.1
205

Same as above

Pardon to Henry Bernard of Langedon' Langdon indicted for the death of Palmere John le Palmer of Langedon' Langdon , before [Christmas], and also for all other homicides etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

205.1

Mainpernors of Henry [Bernard] : William Cede of Plymuth' Plymouth and John son of John de Legh of Devon , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

206

Same as above

Pardon to John son of Caterton' John de Catterton for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas] for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

206.1

1.
It is not entirely clear whether the clerk meant this person to have the surname 'Harper', or if he was actually a harp player. The use of the Latin term might suggest the latter.
207

Same as above

Pardon to Fissher Bogo le Fisher for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas] for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

207.1

Mainpernors of Bogo [le Fisher] : Stokkeslegh' Roger de Stokesley and Dringou Robert de Dringhoe , of Yorkshire and Lancashire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

208

Same as above

Pardon to Langeton' John de Langton indicted for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas], and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

208.1

Mainpernors of John [de Langton] : John Poleyn of Langeton' Langton and Robert Breton of Leicestershire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

209

Same as above

Pardon to John de Coshsted' for the death of Wolriche Alan Woolrich of Par Parr before [Christmas] for which he was indicted, and also for all other homicides etc. of which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

209.1

Mainpernors of John [de Coshsted' ] : Dringou Robert de Dringhoe of Lancashire and Tynemuth' Adam de Tynemouth of Northumberland , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

210

Same as above

Pardon to Godesaul William Godsal of Brymmesgrave Bromsgrove for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him etc. for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

211

Same as above

Pardon to Richard Bode of Plymuth' Plymouth for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him etc. for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses etc. of which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

211.1

Mainpernors of Richard [Bode] : Matthew de Crauthorn' and Lambton' John de Lamerton of Devon , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

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212

Pardon to Tod John Todd of Ulghham Ulgham indicted for the death of Tod William Todd of Ulghham Ulgham before [Christmas], and also for other homicides etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

John de Hegham took the mainprise in chancery by order of the king.

212.1

Mainpernors of John [Todd] : William son of Latymer William le Latimer , kt and William son of the same , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

213

Pardon to Henry son of atte Feilde Henry Atfield of Slyndefold' Slinfold for the robbery of foreign merchants committed by him before [Christmas], and also for all homicides and robberies and other felonies and trespasses perpetrated by him against the king's peace in the realm before [Christmas] for which etc., and also his abjuration of the realm made for the robbery, on condition etc., and once etc.

213.1

Mainpernors of Henry [son of Henry Atfield]: Robert de Hoo and Simon de Stak' of Hampshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

214

Same as above

Pardon to Robert son of Shephurde Henry le Shepherd , indicted for the death of Adam in the Gile before [Christmas], in Westmorland etc. and also for all other homicides etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

214.1

Robert [son of Henry le Shepherd] found the same mainpernors as Henry son of Henry [Atfield] . and

215

Pardon to Kaynglayk' William de Kenley indicted for the death of William Lewyn of Patryngton' Patrington before [Christmas], in Yorkshire , and also for all other homicides, robberies etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

215.1

1.
It is not clear in this case whether Fisher's surname is actually that, and not his occupation, and therefore 'Edmund the fisherman of the king's household'.
216

Same as above

Pardon to Henry son of Tildeslegh' Hugh de Tyldesley for the deaths of Robert son of Martin de Heghrode and Scot' Adam Scott , the man of Willam le Botiller of 1 Weryngton' Warrington before [Christmas], for whose deaths he was indicted in Lancashire , and also for all other homicides, robberies, felonies, arsons of houses and trespasses whatsoever [perpetrated] by him etc. for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies etc. of which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

Ayrem' R. de Airmyn received the mainprise in chancery by order of the chancellor .

1.
'of' is written in English.
216.1

Mainpernors of Henry [son of Hugh de Tyldesley]: Weryngton' John de Warrington , Lyverpol John de Liverpool and Thomas de Eccleston of Lancashire , and Walter Morley of Kirkeby Kirkby of Lincolnshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

217

Pardon to John Thomas of Noteleston' Nettlestone for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas] for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc. 1

The steward of the household took the mainprise.

1.
Most of the first line of this entry is written over an erasure.
218

Pardon to Walter Saure of Alredeston' Alverstone for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas] for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

218.1

Walter [] found the same mainpernors as John Thomas who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc. , ,

219

Pardon to Robert le Campion of Napton for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas] for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. for which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward received the mainprise.

219.1

Mainpernors of Robert [le Campion] : Aldesworth' Richard de Aldsworth and Richard Amory of Aldesworth' Aldsworth of Sussex , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

220

Same as above

Pardon to Geffrey William Geoffrey of Husseburn' Craule Husborne Crawley for various robberies and homicides perpetrated by him before [Christmas] for which he was indicted, and also for other felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. of which etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

221

Pardon to Henle William de Henley for various homicides, robberies, felonies, burnings and other trespasses perpetrated before [Christmas] for which he was indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

222

Pardon to John Pyburn' , appealed for the deaths of John son of Clif' Reiner de Cliffe and Nouthird Walter Nothard of Briggenhale Brignall before [Christmas], and also for all homicides, robberies, felonies and trespasses [perpetrated] by him etc. for which he was appealed or indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once he has returned etc.

The steward took the mainprise.

223

Same as above

Pardon to Ferour Thomas le Ferrer of Burgus Sancti Petri Peterborough indicted for the death of Richard Scouterel before [Christmas], and also for all homicides, robberies, etc. for which he was appealed, etc., and also of his outlawry if that etc., on condition etc., and once etc.

The same steward took the mainprise.

223.1

Mainpernors of Thomas [le Ferrer] : Robert de Norton, kt and Esteneye Gilbert de Eastney of Hampshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

224

Pardon to Sovereyn John Sovereign of Walesby for the death of William son of Adam in the Holme 1 before [Christmas] for whose death he was indicted, and also for all other homicides, robberies etc. for which he was indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainprise before Richard Damory, steward of the household , on condition etc., and once etc.

1.
'in the Holme' is written in English.
224.1

Mainpernors of John [Sovereign] : Hunte Roger le Hunt of Lincolnshire , William de Stafford and Roger de Trentham of Staffordshire , who mainprised that he would go in the king's service etc.

225

Pardon to Roger son of Roger de Swynnerton for all homicides, robberies etc. for which he was indicted, and also of his outlawry if that etc., as he has found mainpernors before the steward [of the household] , on condition etc., and once etc.

By writ of the steward.

225.1

Mainpernors of Roger [son of Roger de Swynnerton]: Clynton' John de Clinton of