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- which he was an MP. It is thought that More is the Richard More who was mainpernor for the 1406 Plympton MPs. He was a Member of the Parliament of England...
- property acquired by Ralph Ramsey in Yarmouth in 1384, and he was to be a mainpernor for this Ramsey at the elections to the second Parliament of 1397. Since...
- to a magistrate or court even without having the accused in custody; mainpernor is the promisor. marché ouvert "open market" a designated market in which...
- cousin William de la More's Inquisition post mortem or and acted as a mainpernor to colleagues. De la More gravitated into the service of Richard Neville...
- "Robert de Ferrers". Lysons & Lysons 1817, pp. 3-11. manucaptor (antonym mainpernor) A person who stands surety that another (esp. a prisoner) will fulfil...
- 28 April 1407, having paid 700 of his 1,000 marks surety he and his mainpernors were pardoned. Dinham married three times. His first marriage, some time...
- once with his men in the forest, Gamelyn would not return, and as his mainpernor he himself would be bound and tried in his place. Gamelyn swore that he...
- devote them to fortifying towns in Wales. Richard de Abyndon acted as mainpernor in the English parliament of June 1294, and in the following October was...
- arms was still remaining in the reign of Charles II. In 1362, he was a mainpernor for John de Saint Low the son, and Matthew de Goumay, then prisoners in...
- 1568 Thomas Batton of Burringham, Lincolnshire identified himself as "mainpernor of Geoffrey Chamber, late Particular Receiver of the Court of Augmentations"...
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