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Worfield Court Roll P314/W/1/1/311
1456-1457, Worfield, Uploaded by janes at 2019/07/25
Tags: John Walton Christian Of Bradeney Heye Cherle John Barneley Edith Baret The Walls Chesterton Walls Weir John Snell Richard Baker Isabel Prestes William Of Sonde Thomas Flasshebrok Roger Gerbot Thomas Tompkys William Billyngsley Thomas Walker Richard Smyth John Mathewe Agnes Whitbroke Isabell Whitbroke John Stanlowe Morfeld William Crofte John Eudenes Homas Dalley Roger Smyth Thomas Dalicote Norton Stephen Rowelowe William Mathewe John Bene Myllewardes Stye Chemeshill Field Clemeshill Field Richard Bokenhall John Billyngsley John Holigreve Reynns Land Yates Land Agnes Yate William Yate Thomas Robyns John Smyth Robert Brugend William Dalley Stephen Bradeney Roger Longeley Roger Whitbrok John Bradeney William Rowelowe John Dalley John Broke William Walker Agnes Catstre Pyllyngeshall Half Meadow Medewyng Bobbington John Gerbot John Billyngesley John Wermod John Walker Nicholas Sadeler John Wilton (4d) Brewed Once John Yate Robert Sonde Isabell Bere Roger Barker John Prestes Roger Dalley John Baret Roger Yate Robert Bruggend Isabell Harley Thomas Harley Thomas Thompkys Robert Taillour Joan Bradeney Thomas Underhill John Jannyn Thomas Of Gravenor Thomas Barker John Eton Thomas Weston Roger Bradeney Richard Bere Thomas Rowelowe William Baker Rector Of Stokton Sir Thomas Miles Thomas Gerbot William Stafford Thomas Merewall Thomas Haslewod Roger Catstre John Merewall John Haslewod William Wermod John Brooke John Rowelowe William Goolde William Barker John Loe Richard More Richard Rogers John Willde Thomas Tayllour Thomas Catstre John Harpur

Original in Shropshire Archives. 2 interesting snippets The township here presents that Sir Thomas Miles, Rector of the Church of Stokton assaulted William Baker and drew blood from him To this court came John Snell and took from the lord a weir place lying next to the weir parrok of John de Bradeney part of Chesterton Walls on the one part and Hilton Walls on the other part holding from the lord the said weir for the term of his life giving rent per annum to the lord of 4d on condition that no fishing nets are put between Hoggemans Meadow and the said weir

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