Hyde requests that the king order John St Philbert to deliver to him his inheritance of two churches and land in Sulham Hyde.
Nature of endorsement:
Let it be pursued according to the common law.
Sulham Hyde (Nunhide), [Berkshire].
... Hyde, father of the petitioner; John de Seint Philbert (St Philbert); Hugh de Seint Philbert (St Philbert), father of John [St Philbert].
Dated on the guard to 1313-1333, with reference to CFR 1307-19, p. 174 and CFR 1327-37, p. 349. The first is a 1313 ratification of the commitment made by letters patent re the wardship of manor of la Hyde and moiety of manor of Sulham and the second records that by 1333 John St Philbert is dead. Therefore the petition must fall between these two dates.