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Norwich leet roll

Dated 49 Edward III [1375-6]. Presentments with additional amercements for ten sub-leets (plus the addition of a new leet, the Castle Fee). Many presented for not coming to the Leet. A dorse label, 'Verdict of Leet Juries when Henry Skie was ...

Norwich leet roll

Dated 6 Edward II [1312-13]. Amercements for Conisford, Berstreet, Needham and Mancroft, Wymer and Westwick and Ultra Aquam. On the dorse are amercements of regrators of oats bought before they came to market, and which are sold by pecks that do n...

Norwich leet roll (Berstreet only)

Capital pledges sworn and presentments (no amercements) for 'Berstrete' in Conisford, arranged by parish in this sub-leet (i.e. St Sepulchre, St Bartholomew de Berstrete, St Michael de Berstrete, John de B..., St Martin, All Saints of Sw...

Norwich leet roll

Dated 28 Edward I [1299-1300]. Presentments and amercements for the Leets of Conisford, Needham and Mancroft, Wymer and Westwick and Ultra Aquam. Commences with the heading, in Latin, 'Presentments of the Leet of 'Cunesford' in the...

Norwich Leet roll

Dated 24 Edward I [1295-6]. Covers the leets of Conisford and Berstreet, Neddham and Mancroft, Wymer and Westwick, and Ultra Aquam, commencing with amercements (only) from the leets as above, followed by occupational entries concerning as follows:...

Norwich leet roll

Dated March 21 Edward I [1293]. Covers the leets of Conisford, Needham and Mancroft, Wymer and 'West Wyk', and Ultra Aquam, commencing with amercements from Conisford, with receipts for payments, dated 14 March, or excuses for non-paymen...

Norwich leet roll

Dated March 19 Edward I [1291]. Covers the leets of Ultra Aquam, Wymer and Westwick, Mancroft and Conisford and Berstreet, commencing with amercements from Over the Water, followed by presentments from Wymer and 'Westwyk' relating to the...

Conisford Leet roll

Headed in Latin, Leet of 'Cunesford' on the Monday after the feast of St Valentine in the year, 18 [Ed I]. Includes presentments from the parishes of St Peter Southgate, St Edward, St Etheldreda, St Clement, St Julian and St Michael of C...

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Joseph Benjamin Dickens to John Bracey and John Taylor Bracey, ropemakers and twinespinnersRobert Pike to William Grave, sailmakerSamuel Harbord to Henry Fellows, shipbuilderHenry Davey to Benjamin Welch, ropemaker and twinespinner

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Samuel Barker to Thomas Stone, ship masterCharles Hart to Charles Sloman, letter press printerCharles King to John Rackham, twine spinner and hemp dresserJoseph Sewell to Frederick Preston, shipbuilder

Conisford Leet roll

Dated the Monday after Ash Wednesday. Chief pledges and presentments, but no amercements, for South, then North Conisford, with subheading, 'Berstrete', and on the dorse, the parishes of St Stephen and St Peter 'de Manecroft'

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1833John Teasell to Ambrose Reeve Palmer, shipbuilderRobert Bean to Thomas Anderson, sailmaker1834Henry Cooper to William Hurry Palmer, shipownerThomas Pegg to Daniel Boyce, ship caulker

Leet Court rolls of presentments

The typical business of the leet courts included presentments for harbouring people not in tithings, for 'merchandising' without being admitted to the freedom of the city, for minor assaults, burglary, larceny, for forestalling, regratin...

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Danby Palmer Fry to John Danby Palmer, merchantJohn Green Masterson to Samuel Bradbeer, sailmakerJames Simmons to Samuel Martins, cordwainerJames Simpson to Robert Lubbock, shipbuilder

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