Letters to John Mettingham, 1296

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Mettingham waschief justice of the common bench, and the letters, entered on the plea roll, were mainly judical petitions from coastal wardens.

Statementedited by Franklin J. Pegues.
ContributionsMettingham, John., Pegues, Franklin J.
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Inat some point before Henry V went off to find military glory in France, a survey was undertaken of the fortifications of Northumberland. 1 The findings were drawn up in a list naming the fortresses in the county, and their owners and/or occupiers.

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2 Thirty-seven castles were listed (including Berwick and Roxburgh, both then in English hands, but neither of which were Cited by: 1. Modern Index for KB27/, arranged by plaintiff (not including fines or Rex roll) By Robert C. Palmer. Picture of roll KB27/ Link Picture of roll KB27/ Link Picture of roll KB27/ Link.

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In particular, byDunwich had lost houses, together with the churches of St Leonard's and St Martin's.Roll 2 Roll 2 (SC 9/2) Roll 2 consists of ten membranes. The membranes differ somewhat in width. Membranes are all around mm.

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