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1316 - Robert Hoode

Date 1316
Topic Robert Hoode fined for not coming to serve in the army to be sent to Scotland.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2019-02-11. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2019-04-27.


 Hugh Fox vacat, because he left for Ireland, before they were called up, Thomas of Norton [3d], William Badger, William Rycharde, Thomas son of Rose [3d], John son of Geppe [3d], Robert son of John Roller [vacat, because he cannot be found], Thomas of Louthe [3d], John Don, John Tope, Robert Harward [3d] and Robert Hoode.[1]

Source notes

Italic type and brackets as in printed source. Membrane 1d. Court held at Wakefield, on Friday after the Feast of All Saints [Nov. 1], 10 Edward II. The entry appears under "Bailiff".[2]

IRHB comments

All the above and a good many from other towns and villages were fined for not appearing when called upon to serve in a Scottish campaign. The fact that Robert Hoode paid his fine shows that he had not fled.



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