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1275, Richard Foliot states that although Jordan Foliot, his son, obliged himself by an indenture to aquit him of all debts of Jewry which Jordan owed to Benedict de Lundres, a Jew of Lincoln, … for lands and rents which Richard gave him in the vill of Eakring, he did not do so. He asks the king … to order that the £40 …, for this debt, might be levied from Jordan's lands, … (S) UKNA.
9/26/1289, Commission … complaint by William Sessun of Norwich … the said William let and delivered the said houses to Jordan Folyot and John Le Strange for a year and more without any money to be paid … (S) CPRs.
1292, Sir Jordan Foliot presented to Great Smeaton [as did his father in 1240]. (S) Yorkshire Archaeological Journal, V8, 1884, P279.
6/24/1295, “Jordano Foliot” summoned to Parliament by writ, thereby becoming Lord Foliot.
2/22/1330, Margery Foliot, Lady of Wellehagh, granted a market at Wellow, Nottinghamshire.