||ROLL 44 - 1678
Box 1. Roll 44 Easter Leet April 6th 1678
Peter Forth founder, though bound over to be of good
behaviour, had several times broken the windows of Laurence
Ormerod and Margaret his wife and "hath put the family into
a great terrour" - guilty.
Peter Belcher, Ralph Langshawe pewterer, James Letherbarrow
pewterer and Edward Buckley pewterer - assault and affray
on the Lord's day.
Ralph Denton for "pretending that hee had a writt against
a woman and had none and takinge money by vertue of the
same" and Robert Wetherby for the like
Peter Forth and Laurence Ormerod - assault
Gilbert Baron for being the reputed father of a bastard child
by Elizabeth Baron. child called Roger
Gerard Forde for harbouring Seth Bibby a foreigner and
William Standish Esq for harbouring Thomas Browne.
Richard Ashton for allowing his bitch to go unmuzzled
William Linney for throwing "stincking water" from his
cellar down the channel to the prejudice of his neighbours.
That Thomas Mortt or William Catterall allow the pale
between their tenement and Gilbert Green's to fall down.
William Bamber and --- Coupe for allowing their swine to
Tobie Cobler and Henry Fleetwood - assault
Robert Scott for not removing a fallen tree near the highway.
Ralph Astley and James Gerard - assault
Charles Scott for taking clay from the lane leading down
to the Brookhouse, and selling the same
Mr Gerard Banckes for not filling up several holes near
the footpath in Great Water Hey.
Gilbert Langshawe "for abusefull words against Robert
Markland and some of the Jury" - fined 40s.
Thomas Pilkington miller for a litigation on Richard Batersbie.
The late bailiffs Robert Banckes and Richard Brocke to pay
£5. 12s. 0d to the overseers of the poor, Gerard Ford
and Ralph Langshawe for the use of the poor.
Robert Suxsmith for taking several cart loads of earth
from Whalley Lane?