1316 - Robert and Robert sons of John Hood

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Date 1316
Topic Robert and Robert, sons of John Hood, to recover sum from John of Miggeley.
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By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2019-03-02. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2022-05-17.


 It is found [attinctum] by an Inquisition of the jurors that John of Miggeley by a certain false suggestion which he laid against Robert & Robert [sic] sons of John Hodde unjustly & maliciously recovered against the aforesaid Robert & Robert 10s by a plea in conoscor. It is ordered, therefore, that the aforesaid Robert & Robert recover the aforesaid 10s against the aforesaid John, & that he be amerced 6d, and the aforesaid Robert & Robert pay a fine of 5s for having aid to levy the aforesaid 10s from the aforesaid John.[1]

Source notes

Wakefield Manor court rolls; court held at Halifax (West Riding of Yorkshire), Monday next after the Octave of Easter, 9 Edward II; under section heading "Sourbi", i.e. Sowerby; membrane 11.[2] Italics and brackets (except date) as in printed source.