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1316 - Safe conduct to Little John, master of king's ship

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Date 1316
Topic Safe conduct to Little John, master of the Michel of Westminster, going to Aquitaine for wine for the king
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Westminster, the home port of the Michel, and Aquitaine.
Aquitaine belonged to England, wholly or in part, during the period 1154–1453. Yellow – France; Grey – England; Dark grey – Burgundy / Animated map by Andrei Nacu, Wikipedia.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2017-03-09. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-07-28.

Record

[24 Sep. 1316:]
  Safe-conduct, until Easter, for Richard Golde, master of a ship called 'la Petre' of Westminster, whom the king is sending to Aquitaine for wines to be brought to him to England.
By K.
  The like for the under-mentioned masters, viz.:—
   Thomas Sprynget, master of a ship called 'la Margarete' of Westminster.
   Little John (Parvus Johannes), master of a ship called 'la Michel' of Westminster.
   Roger Catour, master of a ship called 'la Blithe' of Westminster.[1]

Source notes

Marginal note in printed source: "Sept. 24. York". Italics as in printed source. Membrane 20.

IRHB comments

The above entry is immediately followed by one dated 23 Sep., the preceding day, which records the issuing of a "[c]ommission of oyer and terminer to John de Crumbewelle and Henry Beaufiz, touching the persons who assaulted Richard Gold at Ravenesrod, co. York".[2] It would be a remarkable coincidence if this did not refer to the "Richard Golde, master of a ship called 'la Petre' of Westminster". For the career of this Little John see Little John the mariner (record texts).

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