Religion Miscellany 1321-1330

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  • H1323 A: Prioress of Stykeswald v. Nicholas son of Robert le Tournhurd. Trespass. Mesne process [1] SJ


  • H1327 A: Wiltshire. William Quintyn v. Constancia Abtess of Wilton (Constance de Percy, elected 1321, Benedictine nunnery) and Walter le Messager, detinue of chattles, mesne process [2] SB
  • H1327 B: Boniface magister of Hornchurch (Boniface de Hart) v. William le Welsh of Havering, accounting, mesne process [3] SB


  • M1332 A: Boniface the mayster of Hornchurch (Boniface de Hart, canon of Aosta, prior of Hornchurch priory) v. Walter de Heselwode and Ralph Leges, accounting when they were his bailiffs in Havering-atte-Bower, mesne process [4] SB