A History of Hickling to 1860
and of all its Clergy.
by Christopher Granger
Hickling Villagers 1300s to 1600s (fragments)
1312 -77 Edward iii
Edward II Years: 420 GENERAL INDEX. HeselartonÑcont. , Thomas de, 31L , William de,… …to Lon^borou^h 19. * , presented to Hartfield, 179. Hickling. Hykelyng. co. Nottingham, 102,292. Hide, Alice de…
Henry VI Hickling,Hyklyng,co. Nottingham, 49. Hide,Hyde,James,esquire, marshal and clerk of…
194 INQ PLG PROS JOHN FOX, ADAM COST William Sharp of Hickling, by John Ode his attorney, complains of John Candeler of Nottingham <essoin>. Plea: debt of 6s. He says that John owes and unjustly detains 6s. outstanding on 2 oxen
CA 1323 Forinsec Pleas 1432 x 1433 bought from him, which John should have paid at Easter 10 Henry VI [20 Apr 1432; he paid nothing but refused to pay and still refuses. Damages: 12d. He produces suit. [John] in his own person comes and defends the force and says he owes him nothing. Inq.
70 PAID M John Bailly of Kinoulton complains of John Harry of Hickling. Plea: debt. John Harry for a licence in mercy.
279 M William Colman complains of Thomas Well of Hickling. Plea: trespass.
Licence. Plg: William Baxter, corveser.
241 INQ M PLG PROS JOHN COST, ADAM FOX John Bullur of Nottingham in his own person complains of Robert Tomlynson of Hickling. Plea: debt of 7s.9d. He says that Robert owes and unjustly detains 7s.9d. for mainperning Simon Peny of Newark, which Simon should have paid John on Sat after the feast of the translation of St Thomas 18 Henry VI [9 July 1440]. For greater security, Robert became the pledger and fidejussor of Simon for 7s.9d. if Simon did not pay at the said feast; he paid nothing to John by which the action accrued to John to seek 7s.9d. v Robert; he paid nothing but refused to pay and still refuses. Damages: 2s. He produces suit. Robert, by Richard Dalbury his attorney, comes and says he owes him nothing. Inq. John np.