Catalogue description Petitioners: Walter de Newton, chaplain, son of Elys de Newton. Name(s): de...

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Details of SC 8/131/6544
Reference: SC 8/131/6544
Description:
Petitioners: Walter de Newton, chaplain, son of Elys de Newton.
Name(s): de Newton, Walter
Addressees: King.
Occupation: chaplain
Nature of request: Complaint of attacks on Newton by the Coterels and their gang.
Nature of endorsement: Let him have a writ of oyer and terminer for this horrible trespass.
Places mentioned: Bakewell, [Derbyshire].
People mentioned: Elys de Newton; James Coterel; Nicholas Coterel; John Coterel; Hugh de Gunston; Richard de Bradeburn; John de Bradeburn; William de Bradeburn; Martin le Procurator; Thomas le Procurator; Henry de Marketon; Thomas de Cheilmardon; Roger de Weston; Robert Bernard; Thomas de Normanton; Henry de Shene; John [de Shene], son of Henry de Shene; Nicholas Foxe; Richard le Textour; Roger Peck; John de Covene; Thomas de Weston; Thomas de Bucstones; William de Bucstones; Stephen de Ednesoure (Edensor); Henry Ody; William de Eyun; Walter [...], servant of James Coterel; Adam [...], companion of Walter; William de Findern; William de Brassington; Robert atte Yate; Richard atte Yate.
Note: Datable by reference to CPR 1330-4, p. 205.
Date: [c. 1331]
Related material:

For a related petition, see SC 8/341/16078

For a petition from the same petitioner on the same matter see SC 8/131/6502

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Former reference in its original department: Parliamentary Petition 6251
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: French
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Access conditions: Open on Transfer
Publication note:

Calendar of Patent Rolls Edw III, vol. II, 1330-1334, (Public Record Office, 1894), p.205 (resulting commission of oyer and terminer)

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