Catalogue description Debtor: John Osborne, of Holborn [a tapster]. Creditor: Alan Royce {Roys}, a citizen...

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Details of C 131/58/13
Reference: C 131/58/13

Debtor: John Osborne, of Holborn [a tapster].

Creditor: Alan Royce {Roys}, a citizen and mercer of London.

Amount: £10 8s.

Before whom: Richard Whittington, Mayor of the Westminster Staple [Middx].

When taken: 24/12/1410

First term: 30/05/1411

Last term: 30/05/1411

Writ to: Sheriff of London

Sent by: Chancery.

Endorsement: The reply of John Penn {Penne} and Thomas Pike {Pyke}, Sheriffs [of London]: John Osborne of Holborn, was not found in the bailiwick; the rest of the execution of this writ appears in the inquisition.

Note: Inquisition and return: Date given for the return to Chancery: 08/07/1411. Attached is the inquisition made before John Penn and Thomas Pike, Sheriffs of London, on Mon., 22/06/1411. John Osborne had in the Parish of St Andrew, Holborn, in the suburb of London, in the Ward of Farringdon Without, on the day of the recognisance, a tenement which is worth, after expenses, 26s. 8d. He has no more lands and tenements in the bailiwick, but he has these goods and chattels: 2 lead vats, and one with a tap, and a cistern, worth 7m.; a mash-vat, and a yield-vat {yelde-vat}, worth 6s. 8d.; 22 small vats, worth 14s. 8d.; 22 barrels and vats, worth 9s. 2d.; a tin and a funnel, worth 12d.; a turning-stool and a stoop for 1 quart, and a colander, worth 7d.; a cleansing-knife and a yeast-bowl, worth 6d.; 2 rowers and 1 firehole, worth 6d.; 2 coverlets for the yield-vat, worth 8d.; a trestle-table, worth 16d.; a plate of iron with a horse of iron, worth 5s. 8d.; a pair of bed-boards, worth 22d.; 4 chests worth 15d; ... 2 baskets and 1 taphose with ale-tongs, worth 6d.; 3 ale-gifts, worth 10d; 3 pairs of grind-stones, worth 5s.; 2 water-vats, worth 3d.; 1 reryng-vat and 1 cleansing-vat, worth 20d.; 1 lime-tub, worth 2d.; 1 pigs-trough, worth 4d.; ... and a bucket, chain, and winch, worth 12d. Dorse: memorandum that on 15/07/1411 the goods and chattels were handed over to Alan Royce {Roys}.
Date: 1411 Jun 17
Held by: The National Archives, Kew
Legal status: Public Record(s)
Language: English
Closure status: Open Document, Open Description

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