Flax Bourton

1280 Pleas: Mabel who was the wife of Haywaker de Flaxbourton who brought a writ of entry against Philip le Feure and others in the writ about a tenement in Flaxborton does not proceed, therefore Philip and the others may go without a day thereon and Mabel and her pledges for proceeding are in mercy, namely John le Wale of Wraxall and Thomas Moege of the same.

1280 Pleas: Mabel who was the wife of Haylwaker in Flexborton and against John le Luppegate one acre of land in the same town and against Roger le Francis; one acre of land in the same town; and against Adam le Taylur one acre in the same town; and against Thomas Jacob half a rod of land in the same town; and against Robert Nel half an acre of land in the same town; and against Maud Charke one acre of land in the same town; and against Adam Brother half a rod in the same town; and against Adam Kyng half a rod in the same town; and against Thomas ate Trounell one rod of land in the same town; and against William ate Lode and Alice his wife one acre of land in the same town: as her right and in which John and the others have no entry excepting by the aforesaid Aylwaker the late husband of Mabel who demised those lands to them and whom in his life she could not gainsay. Adam and the others come and they deny her right etc.

And John de la Lyppeyate and the others named; say they have entry in the tenement sought against them not by Alwaker but by one Michael de Columbers.

And Guy parson of the church of Backwell says that he entered the tenement sought against him by one Robert Ayluak and not by the aforesaid Aylwaker.

And Philip Faber says that he had nothing of the tenement sought against him excepting the goodwill of Michael de Columbers from year to year.

And Mabel cannot deny this and she seeks licence to retire from her writ and she has it etc.

1280 Pleas: William Aulak who brought a writ of entry against Guy de Shenewod a parson of the church of Backwell about a tenement in Flaxbourton; does not proceed, therefore his pledges for proceeding are in mercy, namely Walter de Lullegate and Robert son of Walter de Ceddre.