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1336 - John Petit of Cornwall

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Date 1336
Topic John Petit on commission to arrest suspected persons in Cornwall
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Cornwall.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-18. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-20.

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[16 Oct. 1336:]

Appointment of William de Ros of Hainelak, Ralph de Bulmere, Henry Auckland. Vavasour,' John de Eland, Robert de Scorburgh and William Scot, pursuant to a request to the king by the magnates and commonalty of the realm in the last great council at Nottingham to appoint persons in every [p. 368:] county of the realm to arrest suspected persons under the ordinance of the last Parliament at Westminster, to arrest such in the county of York; and to hear and determine the felonies whereof they shall be indicted.
By K. & C.
[... p. 371:...]

Thomas de Monte Hermerii
Ralph de Bloyowe
John de Arundell
John Petit
John Billoun
Silvester de Trefruthken

 

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in the county of Cornwall, the said John Hilloun and Silvester to be one.[1]

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Membrane 18d of the Patent Roll for 10 Edward III – Part II. Marginal note: "Oct. 16. Auckland". IRHB's brackets.

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