1303 - Robert Hod of Crakehall killed

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Date 1303
Topic Ralph de Crakhale pardoned for killing Robert Hod of Crakhale (Crakehall, North Riding of Yorkshire).
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The two neighbouring villages of Little and Great Crakehall.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-17. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2021-01-08.


[10 Nov. 1303:]
Ralph de Crakhale [pardoned in consideration for his service in Scotland] for the death of Robert Hod of Crakhale. [1]

Source notes

Membrane 7 of the Patent Roll for 31 Edward I. Marginal note: "10 Nov. Dunfermline".

IRHB comments

Another veteran of the campaign in Scotland was pardoned for murdering a Little John. See 1304 - John Petit of Whitby killed.



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