1342 - Robber Robert Ode

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Date 1342
Topic Robert Ode one of many involved in robbery at Quarrendon, Buckinghamshire
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By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2020-07-23. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2021-01-08.


 Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Shareshull, Hugh Kennington de Berewyk and Richard de Stonle, on complaint by Thomas de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, that William le Taverner, Richard Bermyngton, Robert Bermynton, 'chapleyn,' Augustine Bever, Robert Hertwell, John le Bole, John le Ropere, Hugh le Bole, Richard Pynkeneye, Ralph le Draper, William le Draper, John le Draper, Thomas Henele, Robert Henele, John Chape, Robert le Rokayle, John Ervey, Walter Callere, Ralph Cokke, William Caldecote, Thomas Benet, Thomas Hale, William Hale, John le Cardere, James Pynkeneye, Walter Craunford, John Lambard, Richard Wodestok, William Wolmere, Geoffrey Bisshopeston, John of Toune, Thomas Andevre, Walter le Tannere, Adam le Tannere, William le Bakere, John Harm, Robert Paskeden, William le Coupere, John le Syuekere, Richard le Syuekere, William Dunstaple, William Halton, Thomas Canun, John Colushull, John le Fouler, Riohard atte Mershe the younger, Walter Bedeford, Thomas Squetumbewe, Philip Squetumbewe, Robert Herdewyk, Richard Symond, Philip atte Wode, Thomas Demnesant, William le Mason, Robert Ode, Edmund atte Hide, John Chapman, Robert of Stone, Elias Ervy, Richard Prophete, Philip Verkeday, Geoffrey le Draper, William Wolvy and others, at Querndon, co. Buckingham, broke his close, carried away his goods and assaulted his men and servants.
By the Keeper & C. without fine, because he is on the king's service beyond the seas.[1]

Source notes

Date: 'Nov. 24. Kennington. Membrane 7d.




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