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Worfield Manor Court Roll P314/W/1/1/297
1446-1447, Worfield, Shropshire, Uploaded by janes at 2018/03/21
Tags: Thomas Thompkys John Janne Lowe Prestes Place Hoggemaneslond Thomas Hichecokes John Aldyff Alice Snell Agnes Towards Matilda Billyngsley William Barowe Snakenale Richard Pety Thomkys Weir Weir Rowley Walkmill Cokley Meadowe William Fouler Inheritance By Women John Tressell Robert Sonde William Gerbot Henry Wever John Snell William Robyns Thomas Catstre John Mathewe Thomas Janne William Stafford Richard Bokenhall Thomas Wartoner Julian Hall William Walker Roger Gerbot Roger Rowlowe John Catstre Claning Ditches Shepebrugg John Billingsley Giles Hyde John Wilkes Theft John Smyth Of Tresel Richard Dovey William Dalicote Thomas Goold Stephen Rowelowe William Barker Roger Whitbrok Richard Walker Thomas Prestes Roger Townesend Thomas Gerbot John Colettes Robert Webbe Alice Hall Agnes Foxhall Roger Yate William Wermod John Bradeney John Gudde Richard Underhull Thomas Thompkys E Edward Cook William Rowelowe John Haselwod Javyn Walker John Holygreve Roger Billyngsley Dominus Dominus Bonamy John Hull John Smyth John Billyngsley John Turner Richard Bere Robert Le Sond John Rowelowe Rober Bruggend William Netherton John Hockombe William Goolde John Holigreve Sibill Newe John Merewall Thomas Flashebrok John Atte Sonde Stiff And Griff Richard Haselwod Roger Catstrey William Dalley Robert Bruggesend Roger Swancote Thomas De Oldyngton And William Rowelowe John Bagot John Bromley Nicholas Sadeler Roger Walton Thomas Merewall John Prestes Clement Taillour

It is the 24th year of Henry VI's reign and in Worfield it is much as usual. Land changes hands, ditches failed to be cleaned and the good folk of Worfield pay to brew. But there is a new phrase we have not met before. Fealty is sworn by some men to stiff and griff. It would be lovely to know what that is

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