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Worfield Court Roll P314/W/1/1/296
1444-1445, Worfield, Uploaded by janes at 2019/07/22
Tags: Stiff And Grithe Edith Haselwod John Haselwod John Holigreve John Bradeney Sibill Newe Roger Gerbot Thomas Flashebrok Thomas Wartoner Agnes Bere Richard Bere Roger Calowe John Hichecokes Thomas Hichecokes Alice Rogers Joan Swancote Thomas Thompkes Thomas Janne Agnes Dalley William Dalley William Catstre Alice Catstre Jones Yard Alice Whitbrok Bilston Clement Taillour Of Bilston Amie Bullok John Bullok William Fowler Thomas Pristes Thomas Richards Roger Richards John Tresell Thomas Underhull Robert Brugende Clement Taillour John Snell John Prestes Richard Billyngesley John Baret Richard Underhill Roger Swancote Thomas Aldyff John Tressell John Elcok William Rowelowe Richard Haselwood Thomas Jevon John Mathewe Stephen Rowelowe William Robyns John Walton John Colett John Whitbrok John Crokhurste John Haselwood Roger Walton Thomas Merewall Roger Townesend John Harpur Henry Wever William Barowe Matilda Billyngsley John Rowelowe Thomas Baker John Smyth John Willon John Gerbot Roger Yate John Merewall William Billyngsley John Taillour John Bene John Astewall Richard Bokenhall Thomas Garbot Thomas Hulle John Snelle Roger Hatton Thomas Halle William Barker Roger Dalley Roger Barker William Chese William Stafford John Sonde Roger Rowelowe John Bromley John Gudde William Goolde Robert Bruggend Roger Catstre Thomas Underhill Thomas Tompkys Robert Webbe John Hilton John Walker John Bagot William Welet John Aldyff Roger Jones Thomas Smyth William Walker Nicholas Sadeler

The original is in Shropshire Archives. There is a swearing in of young men to stiff and grith, usually called Frith and Grith whereby they swear to obey the law and keep the peace

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