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1 .  Register 12 f.103 (verso) entry 4
Entry Type: Commission
Section Type: Diverse letters
Summary: Commission to Robert of Leeds [Ledes] as archbishop's bailiff and steward of the archbishop's lordships and liberties of Ripon and Sherburn, with members.
Subjects: Bailiffs
Dates: Document date: 1377/07/05 (certain)
People and Groups: Appointee: Robert de Ledes (bailiff, steward)
Places: Place of person status: Sherburn in Elmet, West Riding of Yorkshire, England (archbishop's liberty, archbishop's lordship)
Place of dating: Cawood, West Riding of Yorkshire, England (none given)
Place of person status: Ripon, West Riding of Yorkshire, England (archbishop's liberty, archbishop's lordship)
2 .  Register 12 f.104 (verso) entry 6
Entry Type: Copy of Court Roll
Section Type: Diverse letters
Summary: Copy of court roll, court of the archbishop held at Ripon on 24 August 1377, Robert de Leeds [Leedes], steward of the liberty of Ripon presiding, with these present (presumably jurors): John de Topcliffe [Topcliff]; John de Hawkswick [Haukeswyk]; Walter de Leeds [Leedes]; John de Tanfield; Richard Sunnyght; William de Scotton and John Willmot [Willimot], who declared that John de Allhallowgate [Alhallougat']; John de Clynt senior and John de Wakefield [Wakfeld], chaplains, feoffees of all lands and tenements that were once of John de Sherwood [Shirwode] in Ripshire, had given the lands and tenements to John de Fencotes and Maud his wife.
Subjects: Deeds, Women, Wives
Dates: Event date: 1377/08/24 (certain)
People and Groups: Executrix: John de Shirwode (none given)
Feoffee: John de Clynt (chaplain)
Feoffee: John de Fencotes (none given)
Feoffee: John de Wakfeld (chaplain)
Feoffee: Matilda or Maud (wife)
Feoffee: Sir John de Alhalougat (chaplain)
Present: John Willimot (juror)
Present: John de Haukeswyk (juror)
Present: John de Tanfeld (juror)
Present: John de Topcliff (juror)
Present: Richard Sunnygt' (juror)
Present: Walter de Leedes (juror)
Present: William de Scotton (juror)
Presiding: Robert de Leedes (steward)
Places: Place of event: Ripon, West Riding of Yorkshire, England (archbishop's liberty); written as Ripon'
3 .  Register 12 f.88 (recto) entry 3
Entry Type: Absolution
Section Type: Archdeaconry of Richmond
Summary: Absolution for John de Clapham who, finding John Biset [Bisset], chaplain, in a room behind closed doors lewdly with Joan daughter of Lewis de Skirrouth [?Skirwith], his wife, castrated the chaplain, because he could hardly bear the pain of the discovery.
Subjects: Absolution
Dates: Document date: 1377/12/20 (certain)
Places: Place of dating: Cawood, West Riding of Yorkshire, England (none given)


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