1361 - Richard de la Lee of Warwickshire
|Topic||Richard de la Lee on commission of enquiry in Warwickshire|
By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-07. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2019-04-27.
Commission to Ralph, earl of Stafford, William de Shareshull, John de Lyons, Roger de Cotesford, John de Evesham, Richard de la Lee and Robert Wyghthull, to make inquisition in the county of Warwick touching a complaint by the prior of Chaucombe that John de Herdewyk of Lynleye and his fellows, jurors in an inquisition taken at Warrewyk before John Moubray and his fellows, justices appointed to take assizes in the said county, by writ of nisi prius, between Hugh son of Henry de Braundeston and Joan late the wife of Gilbert de Ellesﬂed, Margaret late the wife of James Daudeleye and John Mautravers and Agnes his wife, in a cause that was before the justices of the Bench between the said Hugh, demandant, and the said prior, tenant, of the manor of Grenburgh, whereof the prior vouched to warranty the said Joan, Margaret and John and Agnes against the said Hugh, took from the said prior as well as from the said Hugh, contrary to the form of the statute published at Westminster, 5 Edward III [cap 10], to the great damage of the prior, and to punish according to the said statute all those whom they ﬁnd guilty. By pet. of Parl.
Membrane 21d. of the Patent Roll for 35 Edward III – Part II. Marginal note: "May 6. Westminster". Italic type and brackets as in printed source, except date added by IRHB.
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