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1315 - John Petyt, royal servant

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Date 1315
Topic John Petyt among servants of the royal household allegedly assaulted and imprisoned at Oxford
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By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-03-08. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-07-28.

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[23 Apr. 1315:]
Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Beaufiz and Richard de Wyndesore, on complaint by William Lestalouner, Richard de Wenise, Richard de Cherteseye, Nicholas de Hamslape, John Russel, William de Fremesworth, Reginald de Florencia, Roger de Stafford, Adam de Louermouth, John Petyt, John de Aleville, Richard Lestalouner, John Barou[1], John de Kancia, Roger de Escarburgh, Robert de Roff', John de Nedham, Roger de Langele, Robert de Derby, John de Wynton, Richard Pycard, Thomas de la Marche, Nicholas de Parys and Miles de Wylmedele, men and servants of the king's Household, that William Wydeby of Abingdon, Thomas Sampson, 'taverner,' William le Bowyer of Abingdon and John his brother, William de Bloxham, Adam le Barbour, John le Chapeleyn, John Niepayn, John le Fissher, Richard Cary, John de Bisshopeston, Geoffrey de Stokes, Philip de Mixtbury, Thomas Fykeys, Andrew de Pury, Gilbert de Grenestede, Richard le Spicer, Richard Bisshop, John Goneys, John le Peytour, John le Bolter, William de Codesford, Simon de Marcham, Richard Maynard, John Coldcote, John de Henle, Richard Pourt, John Makkeneye, John de Stanton, 'boucher,' the elder, John Bruneye, Robert Lorfevre, and William de Spaldingge, together with others, assaulted them at Oxford, and imprisoned them.
By K.[2]

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Marginal note in printed source: "April 23. Westminster".
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