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Details of SC 8/304/15151
Reference: SC 8/304/15151
Description:
Petitioners: ? No Petitioner named
Nature of request: Inquisition taken before Aylesbury and Olney at Newport on Tuesday before Corpus Christi in the fortieth year of Edward III [1366] in which Straunge, Sherwood, Wymond, Basset, Teyser, Joseph, Kylmyn, Franklin, Tresschere, Spencer, Herring and Rous say that Robert Barry the son attacked Robert Barry the father with a sword on 2 May last, wounding the father's right arm but not mortally, and hit his father on the head with a rock but not mortally, and all this was done in fury and for fear of the father who is possessed by an evil spirit.
Nature of endorsement: [None].
Places mentioned: Buckinghamshire; Newport (Newport Pagnell), [Buckinghamshire]; Tathall, [Buckinghamshire].
People mentioned: John de Aylesbury, sheriff of Buckinghamshire; John de Olney, King's escheator in Buckinghamshire; William Straunge; Ralph Scherewode (Sherwood); John Wymond; Laurence Basset; Thomas Teyser; Nicholas Josep (Joseph); John Kylmyn; John Fraunkeleyn (Franklin); John Tresschere; John Spencer; John Heryng (Herring); Simon Rous; Robert [Barry], son of Robert Barry; Robert Barre (Barry) of Tathall.
Note: Dated internally to the Tuesday before Corpus Christi in the fortieth year of Edward III (2 June 1366).
Date: 1366
Related material:

For a related writ see SC 8/303/15150

For a related petition see SC 8/303/15149

Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: Latin
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description
Publication note:

Calendar of Inquisitions Miscellaneous, vol. III, 22-51 Edw III, (Public Record Office, 1937), no.635 (summary of inquisition with references)

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