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{{quote|[8 Oct. 1328:]<br/>William Cook and his wife amerced because they brewed and sold ale in breach of the assize, and because they did not send for the ale-tasters; Walter Rampolye amerced 12d., Walter Pye ed. for the same; Emma Kembald 6d. for the same, pledge John <keyword>Robhood</keyword> because in [his] house [...]<ref>{{:Lock, Ray 1998a}}, p. 116. Record translation by Lock.</ref>}}</onlyinclude>
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[Five persons amerced for brewing and selling ale in breach of assize and not sending for the ale-taster. John <keyword>Robhood</keyword> is pledge because this happened in his house.]<ref>{{:Lock, Ray 1998a}}, p. 116.</ref>}}</onlyinclude>
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== Source notes ==
 
== Source notes ==
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== IRHB comments ==
 
== IRHB comments ==

Latest revision as of 12:22, 8 June 2019

Record
Date 1328
Topic John Robhood of Walsham le Willows (Suffolk)
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Walsham le Willows.

By Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2013-09-11. Revised by Henrik Thiil Nielsen, 2019-06-08.

Record

[8 Oct. 1328:]
[Five persons amerced for brewing and selling ale in breach of assize and not sending for the ale-taster. John Robhood is pledge because this happened in his house.][1]

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IRHB's summary or paraphrase of copyright materials.

IRHB comments

The Robhoods of Walsham le Willows (Suffolk) occur frequently in the manor court rolls throughout the period covered (1316-99). For full discussion, genealogy and listings of records, see Robhoods of Walsham le Willows (record texts).

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