Somersetshire pleas (civil and criminal)

from the rolls of the itinerant justices. by Curia Regis

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  • Pleas of the crown.,
  • Criminal law -- Great Britain.,
  • Somerset (England) -- History -- Sources.

Edition Notes

Vols. 2-4 have title: Somersetshire pleas from the rolls of the itinerant justices.

Statementedited by Charles E. H. Chadwyck Healy.
SeriesSomerset Record Society -- v.11
ContributionsChadwick-Healey, Charles Edward Healey, Sir, 1845-1919.
The Physical Object
Pagination520p. :
Number of Pages520
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Open LibraryOL18576332M

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Hubert Hussey refused to marry his uncle's sister-in-law and "made fine with his lord for 12 marks," according to "Somersetshire Pleas." "Hubert Hussey of Hampton" witnessed a deed of land at Bath in June He was married about , wife's name Alice. Hubert Hussey inherited Bathampton manor, Somersetshire from his father. Nickname: "Blanchmains" Ancestral File Number: 9Q8B On Leiceste r, Earldom of [Burke's Peerage, p. ]: The 3rd Earl of this creation, yet another Robert, rebelled against Henry II and the town of Leicester was captur ed and set fire to by the King in , although the castle itself was not take n.   Author of Curia regis rolls, Rolls of the justices in eyre, The London Eyre of , Three rolls of the King's Court in the reign of King Richard the First, A.D. , Select bills in eyre, A.D. , The Roll of the Shropshire Eyre of , Crown pleas of the Wiltshire Eyre, , Pleas before the King or his justices, Somersetshire Pleas Vol. 11 p. lix () Somerset Record Society from the Rolls of the Itinerant Justices (close of the 12th century – Henry III).

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Curia Regis and Lionel Landon (Trade Cloth) Be the first to write a review About this product Brand new: lowest price. Somersetshire Pleas, () xxxix: Collectanea I () xl: Medieval Wills from Wells () xli: Somersetshire Pleas, () xlii: Muchelney Memoranda () xliii: Collectanea II () xliv: Somersetshire Pleas, () xlix & 1: Register of Bishop Bekynton, () li: Somerset Enrolled Deeds () lii.

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