This week – 4 June 1307

The sheriff of Cambridge and Huntingdon’s account mentions the expenses of German the Falconer, esquire, a Scottish prisoner in Wisbech castle. He was taken prisoner at Dunbar in 1296, and was apparently still prisoner eleven years later. This account also notes 10 marks given by the king’s gift to Walter, son of the earl of Ross, ‘a scholar at Cambridge last year’.

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