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1281 - John le Petit poaching at Howden

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Date 1281
Topic John le Petit among many who poached hares in the bishop of Durham's free warren at Howden [East Riding of Yorkshire].
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Howden

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2015-09-11. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-10-18.

Record

[1281:]
Commission of oyer and terminer to W. de Brompton and N. de Stapel-
ton, on complaint by R. bishop of Durham that Master Thomas de Birland,
Nicholas del Haye, Robert de Coyngners, Eluard de Saute Mareys, Robert
de Balliolo, William son of Henry de Jokflet, Adam son of Henry, John le
Clerk, Peter de Lincolnia, Alexander de Cave, William de Haytfeld, William
de Belassise, John de Warewik, Robert de Crigeleston, John le Grrauuger,
Thomas Alger, John le Petit, William Batayl, Robert Bataill, Thomas de
Portinton, William son of William de Garton, John de Kayvill, Richard
de Kayvill, Roger Coy and Walter de Redenesse entered his free warren in
Houeden, co. York, hunted therein and carried away hares.[1]

Source notes

Marginal note: "May 9. Westminster."[2]
Membrane 20d.[2]

IRHB comments

Howden was in the East Riding of Yorkshire, now East Yorkshire.

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