Catalogue description Petitioners: None. Addressees: King and council. Nature of Request: It is...

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Details of SC 8/313/E106
Reference: SC 8/313/E106
Description:
Petitioners: None.
Addressees: King and council.
Nature of request: It is requested that a series of measures [fully detailed] are introduced for the more profitable production of light cloth in the hundreds of South Erpingham and Tunstead.[It is very probable that this petition actually formed part of a longer request that incorporated another copy of SC 8/313/E105 as part of a line that appears to be the last line of that petition survives along the top edge].
Nature of endorsement: Let it remain in parliament.
Places mentioned: South Erpingham hundred, [Norfolk]; Tunstead hundred, [Norfolk]; Worstead, [Norfolk]; Felmingham, [Norfolk]; Swanton Abbot, [Norfolk]; Skeyton, [Norfolk].
Note: The petition dates to 1302 as a Latin summary of the petition was enrolled on a parliament roll now identified as coming from the summer parliament of 1302 (PROME, Roll 12, Introduction, and Text/Translation).
Date: [1302]
Related material:

For a related petition, see SC 8/313/E105

For a later petition relating to the worsted industry, see SC 8/268/13369

For a later petition relating to the worsted industry, see SC 8/268/13364

For a later petition relating to the worsted industry, see SC 8/266/13292

For a later petition relating to the worsted industry, see SC 8/17/811

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

The Parliament Rolls of Medieval England, Ed. Paul Brand, Anne Curry, Chris Given-Wilson, Rosemary Horrox, W.M. Ormrod and J.R.S. Phillips, (Cambridge University Press, 2005), roll 25, appendix, no.18 (full edition and translation)

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