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1317 - Robert Hood of Newton (2)

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Date 1317
Topic Robert Hood of Newton fined for dry wood or taking down a hedge etc.
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Newton, Wakefield.

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

Record

[1317:]
 Payments for dry wood, and breaking down hedges, etc.:
Stanneley. John, son of Philip, Symon Tyting, Robert Gunne, Roger the Tailor of Lofthous [John Bateman, his pledge], Robert Hood of Neuton, Robert Alayn, Robert Campion, 3d each; Gilbert the Theker, Mariota Bullok and her companion [socia], John Hancock, Thomas Bunny, Robert, son of Emma, Robert Hode and Nicholas of Lofthous, 2d each.[1]

Source notes

Brackets, italic and bold type as in printed source. Membrane 10. Court held at Wakefield, on Friday the Morrow of Saints Tiburcius and Valerian [Apr. 14], 10 Edward II. The entry appears under the heading "Stanneley".[2]

IRHB comments

Given that both Robert Hoods are mentioned under Stanley, it seems most likely that they are one and the same person.

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