Catalogue description Petitioners: Laurence Allerthorp (Allerthorpe); William Gascoigne; Robert Waterton;...

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Details of SC 8/23/1103
Reference: SC 8/23/1103
Description:
Petitioners: Laurence Allerthorp (Allerthorpe); William Gascoigne; Robert Waterton; John West.
Name(s): Allerthorp (Allerthorpe); Gascoigne; West, Laurence; William; Robert; Waterton; John
Addressees: Lords spiritual and temporal in parliament.
Nature of request: The petitioners state that John Cokayn, knight, of Derbyshire, has expelled them by force from their manor of Baddesley Ensor in Warwickshire, and is threatening their tenants with beating and ill-treatment, if they do not attorn to him. They request a remedy.
Nature of endorsement: A writ is to be sent to the afore-mentioned John Cokayn, to appear before the king and his council in parliament at the octave of Trinity next, on pain of a certain penalty to be decided.
Places mentioned: Baddesley Ensor, Warwickshire; Derbyshire.
People mentioned: Richard Gascoigne; Robert Redyngton; John Cokayn, knight.
Note: The writ issued as a result of this petition (see Rot. Parl. vol. III, p. 561) is dated at Westminster, 28 May, 7 Henry IV (1406). This petition must have been presented to the parliament of March 1406.
Date: [1406]
Related material:

For another petition possibly by the same Allerthorpe, see SC 8/222/11088

For another petition possibly by the same Allerthorpe, see SC 8/215/10717

For another petition possibly by the same Allerthorpe, see SC 8/189/9422

For a writ summoning John Cokayn to appear before the king and council, formerly attached to this petition, see C 49/13/11

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: Parliamentary Petition 127
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: French
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Publication note:

Rotuli Parliamentorum; ut et Petitiones, et Placita in Parliamento, vol. III, Ric II and Hen IV, (Record Commission, 1783), pp.560b-561a (no.4) (full edition of original petition and associated writ)

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