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Curia Regis Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office XX (34-35 Henry III) (1250)

Curia Regis Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office XX (34-35 Henry III) (1250)

Edited by DAVID CROOK
Copyright Date: 2006
Edition: NED - New edition
Published by: Boydell and Brewer,
Pages: 440
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    Curia Regis Rolls preserved in the Public Record Office XX (34-35 Henry III) (1250)
    Book Description:

    This volume completes the series initiated in 1922 to publish full texts of the plea rolls of the central courts of the English common law, the Bench and the Court Coram Rege. It contains the rolls of both courts for the second half of the year 1250, illustrating the development of the common law and providing information about a variety of people, places and subjects, from a hunting dispute between St Albans abbey and one of its knights to the activities of a criminal gang in Staffordshire and a settlement between neighbouring lords about the return of stray hunting dogs. A comprehensive index of persons and places is also included.

    eISBN: 978-1-84615-462-1
    Subjects: History

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  1. Front Matter
    (pp. i-iv)
  2. Table of Contents
    (pp. v-vi)
  3. INTRODUCTION
    (pp. vii-x)

    General information about the rolls of the Bench for the period covered by this volume is as follows:

    A summary of what is known of the history of the rolls, which since about 1890 have been preserved in the series formerly known as ‘Curia Regis Rolls’ and now as ‘Courts of Common Pleas and King’s Bench, and Justices Itinerant: Early Plea and Essoin Rolls’, was given in Volume XI.

    The trend developed between 1244 and 1249 towards giving the Bench rolls formally engrossed headings which employ the wordBancuswas remarked on in the previous volume. All three rolls used...

  4. CURIA REGIS ROLLS 141 AND 142 Pleas before the Justices of the Bench Trinity Term 34 Henry III [1250]
    (pp. 1-170)

    In the following pages the text has been taken from roll 141, with the exception of a few entries which occur only on 142. Passages and words taken from the latter roll which are additional or superior to the record on roll 141 are enclosed in square brackets. Variant readings which have any significance are given in footnotes.¹

    1Berk’.Dies datus est Johanni de Aure per attornatum suum querenti et Willelmo filio Edwardi et aliis in brevi de placito transgressionis a die sancti Johannis Baptiste in xv. dies prece parcium.

    2Norff’.Assisa venit recognitura quis advocatus tempore pacis...

  5. CURIA REGIS ROLL 143 Pleas before the Justices of the Bench Michaelmas Term, 34–35 Henry III
    (pp. 171-342)

    930Warr’.Agnes que fuit uxor Rogeri Heyrun petit versus Ricardum de Vernun terciam partem dimidie virgate terre cum pertinenciis in¹ Cherchelaleford’ ut dotem suam etc. Et Ricardus venit et vocat inde ad warantum Willelmum de Wavre et Julianam uxorem ejus. Habeat eos in octabis sancti Martini per auxilium curie.

    931Kanc’.Matillis que fuit uxor Roberti de Langefeud’ petit versus Willelmum filium Reineri medietatem vij. acrarum terre cum pertinenciis in Notstede ut dotem suam etc.

    Et Willelmus venit et dicit quod non debet ei inde ad hoc breve respondere, quia dicit quod ipse nichil tenet de predicta terra nec...

  6. INDEX
    (pp. 343-430)
  7. Back Matter
    (pp. 431-431)