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1371 - William Scarlet steals wine from Black Prince

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Date 1371
Topic William Scarlet among large number of people accused of stealing wine from Penryn (Cornwall) and attacking his men at Lostwithiel (Cornwall).
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Cornwall, from west to east: Penryn and Lostwithiel.
Edward as Knight of the Garter, 1453, illustration from the Bruges Garter Book, c. 1330-40; British Library / Wikipedia, Public domain.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-15. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2018-11-20.

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[10 July 1371:]
Commission of oyer and terminer to Richard de Stafford, William de Wychyngham, Edmund de Chelreye, Henry Percehay and John Cary, on complaint by Edward, prince of Aquitaine and Wales, and duke of Cornwall, that Thomas Irissh, Baldwin atte Leye, Peter Godesgrace, Odo Trevelan, John Kyn, Robert Kyn, Richard Dory, John Pyk, Odo Hog, John Chapmon of Porpirra, William Spaynull, John Anissh, John Hobbe, John Sherere, Oger Moram, William atte Leye, Thomas Gilbert, Robert Tregon of Lost, John Kynte of Lost, Roger Swenge of Lost, John de la Wedel of Lost, John Umfrey of Lost, John Hikedon of Lost, John Hora of Lost, John Huwet of Lost, Richard Pruet of Lost, Laurence Bodynet, Thomas Rouland, John Martyn of Lost, William Carpenter, John Hog, Nicholas Pegau, Thomas Pegau, Philip Benet, William Cok, John Teyr, Richard Mayho, Nicholas Martyn, Thomas Raulyn, Thomas Hog, Henry atte Leye, Stephen Athelard, Richard Randolf, John Broun, William Gill, Nicholas Irissh, Adam Blake, John Robert, Martinl Pierres, Richard Asshman, Nicholas Taban, Henry Dannet, John Sutch, John Gibbe, John Langourthoi, Michael Greuk, Martin Boye, John Scurleg, John Hora of Fawy, Odo Ouger, Peter Cok, Thomas Top, Richard Taillour, Edward Trusse, John Emery, Robert Bailiff of Tewardreyt, John Cornyssh, John Tregu, John Porthalou, the younger, Odo Pierres, John Harry, Henry Tudman, Ralph Oliver, Ralph Cok, John Tomud, John Wille, Richard Cok, Richard Stodele, Walter Wynkele, John Laengard, Robert Lybob, John Kelyob, Roger atte Mulle, John Waryn, David Cok, William Dawe, John Crerk, Odo Greyk, Walter Greyk, Thomas Davy, John Denyel, John Hobkyn, William Gillc, William Bakiere, William Bowerewe, William atte Welle, Robert Possebery, Nicholas Cok, James Taxeney of Fawy, Laurence Skracy, William Fissher, John Lawydelle, John Huwet, John Hora, William Horewode, William Scot, Roger Hell, Thomas Prege, William Holewi1le, Adam Taillour, [p. 171:] Hugh Taillour, Henry Stonard, John Venour, John Porthalawode, the elder, John Dawe of Loo, John Tregewe, William Scarlet, John Kendale atte Coumb, John Pole of Bodmyn, William Flecchere, Thomas Gwyk, 'taillour,' Stephen Demeforde, William Gurdon, William Honyngton, William Whitchirch, John Hobbs of Polruan, John Mewesewe, John Vincent, John Bernard, William Bewerewe, the younger, John Caperoun, John Stoke of Coumb, John Lercedeakne, 'chivaler,' Richard Wythead, Robert Sampson, Thomas Pirok, Richard Peel, John Plays, William Wekays, William Aissh, John atte Wore, the elder, John atte Wore, the younger, William Thornyng, Roger Stone, Geoffrey Wynke legh, Reynold Tavystok, Ralph Seton, Richard Totewille, Maurice Gladwyn, John Moris, John Rounde, Philip Durne ford, Richard Skelly, Thomas Rayn, Richard Trobba, Robert Lomlegh, William Penylok, William Herbard, John Serle, Henry Sare, John Pipere, Richard de Chestre, William de Portlond, William Glas, John Penbrok, John Hauekyn, William Noyter, John Wydecomb, Richard Wydecomb, Simon Carpenter, William Carpenter, William Criour, John Castel, Thomas Mosbury, John Monk, John Paywell, William Massy, John Artour, John Scot, Ralph Helyere, John Ropere, John Pynho, Thomas Peynton, William Totewill, Richard Norman, Roger Wekays, John Offord, Walter Tenghere, John Shap, Thomas Episwich, John Hasewe, John Boghiere, John Coterel, Richard Wadisworthi, Richard Ston, David Kylmenand, Walter Shepestowe, Nicholas Medwill, Thomas Masoun, John Portlond, John de Fawy, Thomas Vincent, John Adam, Thomas Don, Thomas Russel, John Holman, William Okelegh, Robert Hopere, Andrew Carpenter of Dertemuth, Ralph Sopere, Thomas Boterescastel, Richard Peche, Richard Chambernoun, John Knyght, Simon Deyngel, Walter Pleghe, William Sadeler, Walter Sadeler, Walter Tamerton, John Kete, Thomas Bounda, John Poundfold, Roger Besta, Thomas Vacy, William Wyte, John Mathern, Luke Doyngnel, John Tonge, John Sarra, John Blog, Nicholas Raundel, John Knyght, the younger, Walter Guolde, John Vora, Henry Tote, Simon Fay, Richard Penenesheghe, Bernard Jaan, Robert Lokyere, Walter Warrewyk, John Boghiere, the younger, William Flete, Gilbert Uppehull, William Ropere, John Roode, Nicholas Hurt, John Nyweman, William Rena, John Fisshere, John Payn, Richard Adam, John Cornewaille, William Abel, William Stoke, Stephen Fleg, Richard Blog, Robert atte Wore, John Hopere, Stephen Forslegh, William Hureward, Roger Caperon, John Bovy, Philip Tavener, Reynold Cantel, John Gregge, David Peyntour, Walter Leche, Geoffrey Sadeler, William Glovyere, John Skollyng, John Greta, Robert Doffa, Reynold Elys, Robert Galney, Edmund Ferrers, Robert Taillour, Robert Thecchere, William Savage, John Wakelyn, John Elys, Gilbert Kyng, John Gernesie, John Shadelok, William Mate, ‘Villiam Wytebigel, William Radelegh, John Colvere, John Mareys, John German, John Gest, Robert Bele, John Herman, William Deghere, William Pilche, Walter atte Howe, Richard Hureward, Robert Lymere, Robert Ives, John Wyot, Philip Elys, John Lange, John Halselegh, William Goffa, John Closhely, Roger Syse, John Swet, John Corbour, Robert Corbour, Robert Trolla, John Trolla, Richard Pegou, William Stevyn, Robert Carpenter, John Carpenter, John Wellifet, John Blake, Robert Austyn, John Socour, Walter Kecitson, John Edmund, [p. 172:] John Bastard, Richard Averay, William Stratton, Walter Rauf, Richard Bole, Warin Torryng, Henry Armurer, Richard Wyte legh, Richard Berard, Thomas Persoun, Richard Durant, John Halswille, John Bonde, Richard Mossel, John Edward, William Clofhely, John Cosyn, Robert Horle, Henry Machon, Edward Pedon, John Bernard, Richard Cras, William Boghiere, and others, carried away 200 barrels of his wine and other goods at Penryn, co. Cornwall, and assaulted his men and servants at Lostwythiel. By K.[1]

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Membrane 35d of the Patent Roll for 45 Edward III – Part II. Marginal note: "July 10. Westminster". IRHB's brackets.

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