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" Item to the Frères of Richmond xx s. To everych of the iiij Frères of York xx s. Item to be disposed for that that I have been occupied in the worlde, and taken men's money, and not done so effectually for it as I ought to have done, * A great and wealthy... "
The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal - Page 282
1913
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Testamenta Eboracensia, Or Wills Registered at York: 1395-1491 ...

1865 - 458 pages
...Frères of Richmond xx s. To everych of the iiij Frères of York xx s. Item to be disposed for that that I have been occupied in the worlde, and taken...done so effectually for it as I ought to have done, * A great and wealthy lawyer. He was son of John Pigot, esq., by Elizabeth his wife, widow of .......
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The Publications of the Surtees Society, Volume 45

1865 - 462 pages
...Frères of Richmond xx s. To everych of the iiij Frères of York xx s. Item to be disposed for that that I have been occupied in the worlde, and taken...done so effectually for it as I ought to have done, * A great and wealthy lawyer. He was son of John Pigot, esq., by Elizabeth his wife, widow of .......
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Publications of the Surtees Society, Volume 45

1865
...xx s. Item to be disposed for that that I have been occupied in the worlde, and taken men's mpney, and not done so effectually for it as I ought to have done, * A great and wealthy lawyer. He was son of John Pigot, esq., by Elizabeth hie wife, widow of .......
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The Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, Volume 22

1913
...MA , 1863, p. 393. bequeath to the way called ' Causy ' of Norton by Malton, 40s."1 Robert de Howm, Mayor of York in 1368, by will dated Sept. 15, 1396,...the discrecion of my saide executores, c marc. (£66 i3s. 4d)."* Robert Plumpton, town clerk of York, of St. Michael's parish, Spurriergate, York, died...
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The Plumpton Letters and Papers

Sir William Plumpton, Plumpton family - 1996 - 382 pages
...whose services to many masters ensured his independence, in his will he expressed contrition for having 'taken men's money and not done so effectually for it as I ought to have done'.6 He is commemorated in a fifteenth-century light in the church of Long Melford, Suffolk. His...
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