D/BASM/15/4 1401-1415

 

 

Folio a[1]

 

Chalfont

Court held there on Tuesday next after the festival of the Epithany of the lord in the second year of the reign of King Henry IV.[2]

Amercements 2s 7d:
The homage there presents that Philip la Vache 6d, Hugh Berewyk 6d, William Wakerleyn 6d, knights, Thomas Wodyngfeld 2d, John Dyer 2d, Edmund atte Brook 2d, Thomas Carpenter 2d, John Boterfeld 1d, Stephen Webbe, William Bole 1d, Robert Smyth 1d, John Wheler 1d and Robert Assheby 1d, who owe suit concerning three in three weeks, make default. Therefore they are in amercement.

Villein removes himself:
Item, they present that John Rotour and Hugh Rotour, villeins of the lord by blood, have removed themselves outside the lord’s lordship and stay at Rykemeresworthe. The whole homage is ordered to have them at the next court, under pain.[3]

Heriot 9s; fine 13s 4d; fealty:[25]
Item, they present that Henry atte Well, who held from the lord one messuage and thirty acres of land called Forthynglond with appurtenances, has died, and there has befallen to the lord a heriot of one cow worth 9s. And upon this there has come John Boterfeld the younger and he has taken from the lord the said messuage and lands with appurtenances. To hold to him and his [heirs] according to the custom of the manor, paying thereupon yearly at the festival of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St Michael by equal portions 4s, and at the festival of the Nativity of the lord 12½d, and he will sow the corn of the lord throughout two days for food of the lord worth 6d and throughout two days at his own cost worth 2d, and will encircle the corn of the lord throughout one day at his own cost worth 2d, and will mow the meadow of the lord throughout one day at his own cost worth 8d, and will make hay of the lord throughout one day at his own cost worth 2d, and will plough the land of the lord throughout two days at his own cost or he will give to the lord 14d; and he will harrow the land of the lord throughout one day at his own cost worth 2d, and will making hedges of the lord, viz five ‘soules’ worth 1d, and then he will have breakfast from the lord; and he will give on the eve of St Thomas the Apostle one hen worth 2d; and he will make suit of court concerning three in three weeks and a heriot when it befalls. And upon this he gives to the lord for having entry 13s 4d, and has made fealty to the lord. And it was granted by the lord that the aforesaid John and his [heirs] can choose if they hold and want the aforesaid lands and tenements with appurtenances in the way and form, aforesaid, or pay annually at the terms of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary and St Michael both for rents and for works, as are appraised above, 8s 9½d.

Fealty: Item, they present that John Spyser, who held from the lord one cottage and four acres of land, has died. Nothing has befalled to the lord as heriot according to the custom of the manor on account that Agnes, late the wife of the said John, was co-tenant with the said John. And upon this there has come William Wheler, who married the said Agnes, and he was admitted as tenant of the said lands and tenements during the life of the said Agnes, and he has made fealty to the lord.

Heriot 13s 4d; Fine 13s 4d; fealty:
To this court there has come John Chardon and he has surrendered into the hands of the lord one messuage, three crofts, nine perches of lands in le Doune, three perches in le Nastdell, three perches in le Nastfeld, and three perches in le Skolebury, and there has befallen to the lord as heriot 13s 4d. And upon this there has come John Tyler the younger and he has taken from the lord the aforesaid messuage and lands with appurtenances. To hold to him and his [heirs] according to the custom of the manor, paying thereupon yearly at the terms of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary and St Michael in equal portions 21½d, and at the festival of the Nativity of the lord 12½d. And he will reap the lord’s corn throughout two days for the lord’s food and throughout two days at his own cost, and he will encircle the corn of the lord throughout one day at his own cost and mow the lord’s meadow throughout one day at his own cost, and will make hay of the lord throughout one day at his own cost, and will plough the lord’s land throughout two days at his own cost, or he will give the lord 14d, and he will harrow the lord’s land throughout one day at his own cost, and make hedges of the lord, viz five ‘soules’, and then he will have breakfast from the lord, and he will give on the eve of St Thomas the Apostle one hen, and make suit of court concerning three in three weeks and a heriot, when it befalls. And upon this he gives to the lord as fine for having entry 13s 4d, and he has made fealty to the lord.

Assessors: Roger Hauk and Richard Boterfeld.                      Sum of this court: 51s 7d

 

Folio b

 

Chalfont

Court held there on Tuesday next before the festival of St Peter in cathedra in the fifth year of the reign of King Henry IV after the conquest.[4]

Essoins: None to this day.

Amercements 2s 9d:
The homage there presents that Philip la Vache 6d, Hugh Berewyrk 6d, William Wakerleyn 4d, Edward[5] atte Brook 3d, John Tylere the elder 2d, Walter Stondone 2d, Thomas Carpenter 2d, Thomas Sothkote 3d, John Boterfeld the younger 2d, Simon Smyth 2d, and Robert Assheby 1d, who one suit concerning three in three weeks, make default. Therefore they are in amercement.

Villeins remove themselves:
Item, they present that John Rotour and Hugh Rotour, villeins of the lord by blood, have removed themselves outside the lord’s lordship and stay at Rykemeresworthe. The whole homage is ordered to have them at the next court.

Amercement 2d: Item, they present that William Bole 2d impleaded Edmund Clerc in an exterior court without the lord’s licence. Therefore he is in amercement.

The reap-reeve’s attachments: amercements 10d:
Matilda Mychell 2d was attached with two beasts in the lord’s corn, Stephen Goode 6d with 60 sheep there, Alice Cornwayll 2d with two beasts there, have all come and placed themselves in the lord’s mercy. The names of their pledges are contained in the copy remaining in the hands of the reap-reeve.

Assessors: Roger Hauc and Nicholas Smyth.                        Sum of this court: 3s 9d

 

Folio c

 

Chalfont

Court held there on Monday next after the festival of the Exaltation of the Holy Cross in the eighth year of the reign of King Henry IV after the conquest.[6]

Essoins: None to this day.

Amercements 3s:
The homage there presents that Philip la Vache 6d, Hugh Berewyrk 6d, William Wakeleyn 3d, Edward[7] atte Brook 2d, Thomas Sothkote 2d, Thomas Carpenter 1d, John Tylere the elder 1d, William Hert 2d, Matilda Mychell 1d, John Cheyne 6d, Simon Smyth 1d, Edward[8] Tayllor 1d, John Boterfeld 1d, Alice Webbe 1d, and William Pottere 2d, who one suit concerning three in three weeks, make default. Therefore they are in amercement.

Natives remove themselves:
Item, they present that John Rotour, villein of the lord by blood, has removed himself outside the lord’s lordship and stays at Cherlewode, and that Hugh Rotour, villein of the lord as above, has removed himself as above, and stays at Westhyde. The whole homage is ordered to have them at the next court.

Heriot 8s; distraint:
Item, they present that John Tylere who held of the lord one messuage and one ‘ferthynglond’ with appurtenances has died, and there has befallen to the lord as a heriot one cow worth 8s; and that Alice, late the wife of the said John, holds the said messuage and lands, but by what warrant they do not know. Therefore an order is made to distrain her before the next court to show, etc.

Heriot 11s; distraint:
Item, they present that Walter Stondene, who held of the lord one messuage, four acres of land, two crofts and one meadow, has died, and there has befallen to the lord as a heriot one ox worth 11s; and they say that Joan, late the wife of the said Walter, holds the said messuage, lands, crofts and meadow, but by what warrant they do not know. Therefore an order is made to distrain her before the next court to show, etc.

Distraint:
Item, they present that William Hert purchased from William Clere two crofts, which are held from the lord by the service of 12 a year and common suit of court. Therefore an order is made to distrain him before the next court to make fealty to the lord and other services owed by him.

An order is made to seize; an order is made to distrain:
Item, they present that John Dyere and John Deye have entered in the lord’s fee into the lands and tenements late of Thomas Sothkote and have made waste in the same; which same lands and tenements with the body of the same Thomas were lately in the lord’s custody by reason of the minority of the same Thomas; which same Thomas has not yet proved his age lawfully, nor has he gained delivery of the said lands and tenements according to the demand of the law. Therefore an order is made to seize the said lands and tenements into the lord’s hands until, etc, and an order is made to distrain the said John Dyere and John Deye to answer to the lord for the aforesaid trespass.

Penalty: They present that John Boterfeld the elder and Edward Tayllour have their tenements ruinous. Therefore, etc, it is ordered that they repair them before the next court under the penalty of 20s each.

No attachments: Concerning the attachments of the reap-reeve, nothing in this turn, because they are placed in respect by John Kynwoldmerssh, farmer there, until the next court.

Assessors: Richard Boterfeld and Robert Smyth.                   Total of this court: 22s

 

Folio d

 

Chalfont

Court held there on 13th October in the ninth year of the reign of King Henry IV after the conquest.[9]

Essoins: Roger Hauk [is essoined] of common suit by Thomas atte Noke.

Amercements 2s 1d:
The homage there presents that Philip la Vache 6d, Hugh Berewyk 6d, William Wakeleyn 3d, Edward[10] atte Brook 2d, Alice Webbe 1d, Thomas Sothkote 2d, William Hert 1d, John Dyer 1d, Edward[11] Tayllor 1d, William Bole 1d and Thomas Carpenter 1d, who one suit concerning three in three weeks, make default. Therefore they are in amercement.

Villeins have removed themselves: Item, they present that John Rotour, villein of the lord by blood, has removed himself outside the lord’s lordship and stays at Cherlewode, and that Hugh Rotour, villein of the lord as above, has left removed himself as above and stays at Westhyde. The whole homage is ordered to have them at the next court.

Penalty: Item, they present that John Boterfeld the elder and Edward[12] Tayllor have not yet repaired their tenements, as they were held to do in an order at the last court. Therefore, etc, an order is made to them to repair them before the next court, under penalty of loss of the aforesaid tenements.

Penalty: Item, they present that John Boterfeld the elder felled timber in the lord’s wood for the repair of his tenement without having or seeking delivery or licence. Therefore, etc, an order is made both to all the tenants and to the said John that concerning the rest he does not act to the contrary, under penalty of 40s.

Fealty: To this court there has come John Rydyng, who married Joan, late the wife of Walter Stondene, and he has made fealty to the lord for the lands and tenements, which he claims to hold from him as of the right of the aforesaid Joan.

Distraint: Still, just as on other occasions, an order is made to distrain Alice, late the wife of John Tylere, to show by what warrant she claims to hold the lands and tenements late of the aforesaid John.

Distraint: Still, just as on other occasions, an order is made to distrain William Hert to do fealty to the lord and other services due to him for two crofts, which he purchased from William Clere, which are held of the lord by the service of 12d a year and suit of court.

An order is made to seize: to prosecute by writ:
It was found that John Dyere and John Deye have entered the lord’s fee in the lands and tenements late of Thomas Sothkote and have made waste in the same, which same lands and tenements with the body of the same Thomas were lately in the custody of the lord by reason of the minority of the same Thomas, which same Thomas has not yet lawfully proved his age, nor has he gained delivery of the said lands and tenements according to the demand of the law. Therefore an order is made to seize the lands and tenements into the hands of the lord until, etc, and nonetheless to prosecute by writ against the aforesaid John Dyere and John Deye for the aforesaid trespass.

No attachments: Concerning the attachments of the reap-reeve, nothing on this occasion, because they are placed in respect by John Kynwoldmerssh, farmer there, before the next court.

Assessors: Richard Boterfeld and Robert Smyth.                   Sum of this court: 2s 1d

 

Folio e

 

Chalfont

Court held there on Tuesday next after the festival of Corpus Christi in the twelfth year of the reign of King Henry IV after the conquest.[13]

Amercement 2d: Roger Hauk 2d, because he has not come to warrant his essoin of the preceding court. Therefore he is in amercement.

Amercements 20d:
The homage there presents that the tenants of the land of Philip le Vache 4d, Hugh Berewyk 3d, the heirs of Audele 2d, John Chayne 3d, William Hert 2d, John Boterfeld the elder 1d, Roger Hauk 1d, William Pottere 2d and Stephen Serle 2d, who owe suit at this court concerning three weeks in three weeks have defaulted. Therfore they are in amercement.

Natives have removed themselves: Item, they present that John Rotour, villein of the lord by blood, has removed himself outside the lord’s lordship and stays at Cherlewode, and that Hugh Rotour, villein of the lord as above, has removed himself as above and stays at Westhyde. The whole homage is ordered, just as on other occasions, to have them before the next court.

An order is made to seize: Item, they present that Edward Tayllor, who had an order at the last court to repair his ruinous tenement before this court under penalty of loss of the aforesaid tenement, has not done so. Therefore the bailiff is ordered to seize the tenement into the lord’s hands and to answer concerning the issues upon account, etc.

Heriot of one horse worth 20s; fine 13s 4d; fealty:
Item, they present that Richard Boterfeld, who held of the lord one messuage and thirty acres of land according to the custom of the manor, has died. After his death there befalls to the lord as heriot one horse worth 20s and that John Boterfeld the younger is the son and next heir of the same Richard and is of full age. And upon this the same John has come and taken from the lord the aforesaid messuage and thirty acres of land with appurtenances. To hold to himself and Matilda his wife and John and Walter his sons according to the custom of the manor, paying and doing to the lord and his successors annually in all things, just as the said Richard was accustomed to pay and do, and heriot after the decease of any of them. And he has given to the lord as fine for having entry, as appears in chief, and he has made fealty and is admitted as tenant, etc.

Heriot of one ox worth 13s 4d; fine 26s 8d; fealty; an order is made:
Item, they say that Richard Boterfeld, who held of the lord for the term of his life six crofts of land called Edwardeslond, has died. After his death there befalls to the lord as heriot one ox worth 13s 4d. And upon this Walter Boterfeld, William Boterfeld and Thomas Boterfeld, sons of the aforesaid Richard, have come and taken from the lord the aforesaid six crofts of land called Edwardeslond. To hold to the same Walter, William and Thomas and their heirs according to the custom of the manor, paying thereupon to the lord and his successors annually 8s at the usual terms and common suit of court, and heriot after the decease of any of the tenants. And they give to the lord as fine for having entry 26s 8d. And the aforesaid Walter and Thomas have made fealty to the lord, and further an order is made to distrain the aforesaid William before the next court for making fealty.

Heriot of one sheep worth 12d; in the name of another heriot of 12d; fine 3s 4d; fealty:
Item, they present that William Bole, who held of the lord for the term of his life one cottage with a curtilage called Welyfeddes and one croft called Mellecroft and six perches of land and pasture in le Dewlond, has died. After his death there befalls to the lord as heriot for the aforesaid cottage with curtilage one sheep worth 12d by the pledge of John Boterfeld, and for the aforesaid croft called Mellecroft and six perches of land and pasture, aforesaid, to the lord in the name of a heriot 12d by the pledge of Walter Boterfeld. And upon this Walter Boterfeld has come and taken from the lord the cottage, curtilage and le Mellecroft with the six perches of land and pasture, aforesaid, with their appurtenances. To hold to himself, Christiana his wife and their heirs lawfully begotten between them according to the custom of the manor, paying thereupon to the lord annually 6s 2d and common suit of court, and two heriots after the decease of any of the tenants. And he gives to the lord as a fine for having entry 3s 4d. And he has made fealty and is admitted as tenant.

In the name of a heriot 20d; fine 20d; fealty:
To this court there has come Stephen Serle and he claims to hold of the lord one cottage upon Goldhull as of the right of Isabel his wife. To hold to him and Isabel his wife and their heirs from the lord according to the custom of the manor paying thereupon 8d a year at the usual terms, and common suit of court, and a heriot when it befalls. And the fine is pardoned by the lord. He has made fealty and is admitted as tenant. And upon this the aforesaid Stephen and Isabel have come into the same court and surrendered into the hands of the lord the aforesaid cottage with appurtenances, whereupon there befalls to the lord in the name of a heriot 20d. And upon this there has come John Blytheman and he has taken the aforesaid cottage with appurtenances. To hold to him and his heirs from the lord according to the custom of the manor, paying and doing in all things, just as the aforesaid Stephen paid, as is clear. And he gives to the lord as a fine for having entry, as is clear in the margin, and he has made fealty, and is admitted as tenant.

Amercements 11d: The homage presents that John Boterfeld the elder 2d, John Bryan 3d, John Boterfeld the younger 2d, Robert Smyth 2d and Walter Boterfeld 2d have their tenements ruinous. Therefore they are in amercement. And further an order is made to them, etc, to repair the aforesaid tenements by the feast of St Michael under penalty of [….].

Fine 6 capons:
To this court there has come John Drapere and he has taken from the lord one cottage with the adjacent curtilage called Cades. To hold to him and Joan his wife and their heirs lawfully begotten between them according to the custom of the manor, paying thereupon to the lord annually 2s 6d at the usual terms and common suit of court and heriot after the decease of any of them. And he gives to the lord as fine for having entry six capons, and he has made fealty. And if it happens that Edward Tayllor or anyone else in his name comes and claims the said cottage and curtilage with appurtenances as their own right, that then in no way will it be restored to him unless he pays to the said John all his costs made by those very men around the said cottage and curtilage and 40s further for their labour, etc.

 

Folio e (dorse)

 

Item, the homage, aforesaid, presents that John Tylere the younger, who held of the lord one messuage, three crofts, nine perches of land in le Doune, three perches in le Nastdell, three perches in le Nastfeld, and three perches in le Scolebury, has died. After his death there befalls to the lord as heriot one bullock worth 5s. And upon this there has come Alice Tylere and she has taken from the lord the aforesaid messuage and lands. To hold to herself for the term of her life according to the custom of the manor at the will of the lord, paying annually to the lord at the terms of the Annunciation of the Blessed Mary and St Michael by equal portions 21½d, and at the festival of the nativity of the lord 12½d, and she will reap the corn of the lord throughout two days for food of the lord and throughout two days for her own food, and she will encircle the corn of the lord throughout two days at her own cost, and will mow the meadow of the lord throughout one day at her own cost, and will make hay of the lord throughout one day at her own cost, and will plough the land of the lord throughout two days at her own cost, and she will give to the lord 14d, and will harrow the land of the lord throughout one day at her own cost, and she will make hedges for the lord, viz five ‘soules’, and then she will have the lord’s breakfast, and she will give on the vigil of St Thomas the Apostle one hen, and she make suit of court concerning three weeks in three weeks, and a heriot when it befalls. And upon this she gives to the lord as fine for having entry six capons, and she had made fealty.[25]

Assessors: Robert Smyth and Walter Boterfeld. Sworn.

 

Folio f

 

Chalfont

Court held there on Wednesday in the festival of St Katherine in the thirteenth year of the reign of King Henry IV after the conquest.[14]

Amercements 18d:
The homage there presents the tenants of the land of Philip le Vach 4d, the heirs of Audeles 2d, William Hert 2d, Simon Whelere 2d, John Senthynde 2d, the tenants of the land of William Wakeleyn 3d, and the tenants of the land late of Thomas Southcote 3d, who owe suit to this court concerning three weeks in three weeks, make default. Therefore they are in amercement.

An order is made to distrain:
Item, they present that Robert Brydlyngton has entered in the fee of the lord, viz in a messuage and divers lands with appurtenances formerly of Thomas Suthcote. Therefore it is ordered that he be distrained to make fealty and acknowledge the lands and tenements, aforesaid, with appurtenances before the next court

Amercement 1d:
Item, they present that Alice Tylere 1d has a ruinous tenement. Therefore she is in amercement.

Villeins have removed themselves: Item, they present that John Rotur, villein of the lord by blood, has removed himself outside the manor and stays at Cherlewode, and that Hugh Rotur, villein of the lord as above, has removed himself as above, and stays at Westhyde. And the whole homage is ordered, just as on other occasions, that they have them before the next court.

An order is made to distrain:
Still, as on many occasions, an order is made to distrain William Hert to make fealty to the lord and make acknowledgment concerning the lands and tenements, which he claims to hold of the lord.

No attachments:
Concerning the attachments of the reap-reeve: nothing up to this day.

Assessors: Walter Boterfeld and Robert Smyth: sworn.          Sum of this court: [blank]

 

Chalfont

 

Court held there on Thursday next before the festival of St Thomas the Martyr in the second year of the reign of King Henry the fifth after the conquest[15].

Default of court: Amercements 2s 1d:
The homage there presents that Richard Wyot 6d and other feoffees of the lands and tenements formerly of Philip le Vache, John Weston 4d and other feoffees of the lands and tenements formerly of Hugh Berewyk, Philip Senkeler 2d for the lands formerly Audeles, William Kenewelmerssh 2d for a share of the lands formerly Boterfeldes and Wakeleyns in reversion, William Wakeleyn 2d for a share of the land formerly Boterfeldes, aforesaid, John Cheyne 4d, John Southynde 2d, William Hert 1d, John Rydynge 1d and John Whelere 1d, freeholders, who owe suit to this court concerning three weeks in three weeks, make default. Therefore they are in amercement.

Villeins have removed themselves: Item, they present that John Rotur, villein of the lord by blood, stays in the parish of Rykmersworth, viz at le Melleynde. Therefore it is to be consulted with the lord. And that Hugh Rotur, villein of the lord by blood, stays in the parish of Rykmersworth, viz at le Hyde. Therefore it is to be consulted with the lord.

Day: A day is given to the homage, aforesaid, to inquire better as to whether John Klere has usurped from the ground of the lord, which [….] Buns holds of the lord by copy in making one fence in le Tymberhawe before the next court.

More on dorse

 

Folio f (dorse)

 

Fealty; acknowledgment:[25]
To this court there has come John Otewell and he has acknowledged that he holds of the lord according to the custom of the manor as of the right of Alice his wife one messuage, three crofts of land and nine perches of land, lying in lez Donne, Scolebury, Nastdell and le Neldefeld formerly of John Tylere by services thereupon due and accustomed, and he has made fealty.

Fealty; acknowledgement:
To this court there has come Richard Buns and he has made fealty and acknowledged that he holds of the lord according to the custom of the manor one messuage and one croft of land as of the right of Margery his wife, formerly of Thomas Carpenter, for the services thereupon due and accustomed, etc.                                                                     

Attachments of the bailiff 13d:
Concerning attachments of the bailiff 13d, whose names are fully clear in the extract of the court, remaining in the possession of the bailiffs.

An order is made to distrain:
An order is made to distrain William Baronn Deyere to make fealty to the lord and acknowledgment concerning his lands and tenements, which he claims to hold of the lord.

Assessors: Simon Whelere and Robert Smyth: sworn.           Sum of this court: [blank]

 

Chalfont

Court held there on Thursday next before the festival of St Peter in Cathedra in the second year of the reign of King Henry the fifth after the conquest[16].

Essoins:
Walter Boterfeld [is essoined] of common suit by Thomas Boterfeld.
William Whelere [is essoined] of common suit by John Peny

Villeins have removed themselves: The homage there presents that John Rotur, villein of the lord by blood, stays in the parish of Rykmersworth, viz at le Mylleynde. Therefore it is to be consulted with the lord, and that Hugh Rotur, villein of the lord by blood, stays at Rykmersworth, viz at le Hyde. Therefore it is to be consulted with the lord.

An order is made to distrain:
Ite, they present that William Baronn Deyere has entered in the fee of the lord, viz in one messuage with appurtenances called Leters, and he has not made fealty nor made acknowledgment for the lands and tenements, aforesaid. Therefore an order is made to distrain before the next court.

An order is made to distrain:
Item, they present that Hugh Mortymer, John Weston for Berewyks, Philip Senkere, William Walkeleyn, John Cheyne, Thomas Wodyngfeld and Simon Whelere have entered in the fee of the lord and have not made fealty to the lord or acknowledged the lands and tenements, which they claim to hold of the lord. Therefore it is to be consulted with the lord.

Default of court; amercements 9d:
Item, they present that John Southynde 2d, William Hert 2d, and John Deyere 2d and John Whelere 1d are freeholders and make default. Therefore they are in amercement. William Whelere essoined as above and Stephen Serle 2d are customary tenants and make default. Therefore they are in amercement.

Fealty:
To this court there has come Richard Bunns and he has made fealty and acknowledged that he holds of the lord freely by charter one messuage and certain lands called Dydesworthes for the services due and lawfully accustomed.

Day:
Still, just as on other occasions, a day is given to the homage, aforesaid, to inquire better as to whether John Clere usurped from the ground of the lord, which Richard Buns holds by copy in making one fence near Tymberhawe before the next court under penalty, etc.

Day; penalty; amercement 2d:
Item, the homage presents that Stephen Gode 2d holds three dogs, who continuously come within the warren of the lord to the nuisance of the warren. Therefore he is in amercement. And further an order is made to the same Stephen, aforesaid, to kill the dogs or sell them outside the lordship before the festival of St Matthew the Apostle, under pain of 10s.

Assessors: Robert Smyth and Roger Hauk: sworn.    Sum of this court: [blank]
 


[1] The dorse of the folio contains some writings, mostly illegible, including at the head of the folio: ‘Chalfont: The roll of the court [held] there in the second, fourth and fifth years of the reign of Henry IV after the conquest’. Lower down, written sideways is the following: ‘Chalfont: 2 Hen. IV’.

[2] 11 Jan 1401

[3] Nothing is specified.

[4] 18 Feb 1404

[5] This could also be Edmund.

[6] 19 Sep 140[?]

[7] This could also be Edmund.

[8] This could also be Edmund.

[9] 13 Oct 1407/8?

[10] This could also be Edmund.

[11] This could also be Edmund.

[12] This could also be Edmund.

[13] 16 Jun 1411

[14] 25 Nov 1411

[15] 27 Dec 1414

[16] 21 Feb 1415

 

 

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