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Details of SC 8/203/10132
Reference: SC 8/203/10132
Petitioners: ? No Petitioner named
Nature of request: Writ of Pentlow and Hungerford to the sheriff of Berkshire commanding him to have a jury of twenty-four free and law-worthy men of the neighbourhood of Kingston Bagpuize at Wantage on 4 November 1322.
Nature of endorsement: Barentyn signifies that he will answer for twenty-four jurors as appears in the panel sewn to this writ.
Places mentioned: Wantage, [Berkshire]; Kingston Bagpuize, [Berkshire]; Winterbourne [unidentified].
People mentioned: Henry de Pentelowe (Pentlow); Robert de Hongerford, [Hungerford]; Drew de Barantyn, sheriff of Berkshire.
Note: The writ which appears to be original is dated in its dating clause to 26 October 1322.
Date: 1322
Related material:

For a related writ, see SC 8/204/10161

For a related writ, see SC 8/204/10160

For a related inquisition, see SC 8/204/10159

For a related writ, see SC 8/204/10158

For a petition by the widow of the grantor on the same matter, see SC 8/204/10157

For a related petition from the same petitioner is SC 8/203/10133

For the king's writ to the sheriff, see SC 8/203/10131

For the writ to Pentlow and Hungerford, see SC 8/203/10130

For the petition relating to this writ, see SC 8/203/10129

For a related petition, see SC 8/32/1583

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