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1370 - Robert Loxle

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Date 1370
Topic Robert Loxle among men tasked with arresting eight men for rape of a woman in London

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-11. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-19.

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[16 July 1370:]
Commission to Edmund de Clare, Richard Kent, Robert de Loxle, Richard de Stoghton, Robert de Chisenhale and Henry Colas of Gildeford, 'taverner,' to arrest John Brigge, Thomas Kayo, John Essex, 'glovere,' Richard Smyth and John his brother, Peter servant of John Grene, John Northerne, servant of John Grene, and Nicholas servant of Robert de Aston, indicted of having ravished Joan daughter of Thomas Repere of London at the parish of St. Margaret in Briggestrete in the ward of Billyngesgate, London, and taken her without the city, and to bring them to Neugate gaol to be kept there by the sheriffs of London, keepers of the said gaol, until they be delivered according to the law and custom of the realm; also to arrest the said Joan and bring her in honourable fashion before the council to answer on those things which shall be laid before her on behalf of the king. By C.[1]

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Membrane 11d of the Patent Roll for 44 Edward III - Part II. Marginal note: "July 16. Westminster".

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