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  1. May 2017
    1. KB 27/482 rex m. 28. In the presence of Robert Tresilian and his fellows assigned to hear divers treasons and felonies, it was presented that Gilbert Tailor of St Albans said on 15 June 1381 that if anybody was punished then the manors of the Abbey of St Albans would be burnt and the Abbey itself thrown down. Presents pardon dated 28 October 1381.

    1. KB 27/482 rex m. 27 Before Robert Tresilian and his fellows assigned to hear and determine divers felonies and treasons, it was presented that John Waite of St Albans on 14 June 1381 arose treasonably at St Albans and threw down various houses belonging to the Abbot of St Albans. Produces pardon dated 28 October 1381.

    1. KB 27/482 rex m. 26. Hertfordshire. In the presence of Robert Tresilian and his fellows assigned to hear and determine various treasons and felonies, it was presented that Thomas Painter of St Albans on 14 June painted a certain standard of the arms of the King and gave it to John Dean to carry. Thomas joined rebels against the King in St Albans on 14 and 15 June who threw down the houses of Richard Scriveyn, John Clerk and Robert Chamber. Produces pardon dated 28 October 1381. (Continued on next image)