William Spaldyng, 1362

Name
William /Spaldyng/
Given names
William
Surname
Spaldyng
Birth
before 1362
Occupation
Tailor / Schneider
March 19, 1383 (aged 21 years)
Citation details: 'Roll A 26: 1382-83', Calendar of the plea and memoranda rolls of the city of London: volume 3: 1381-1412 (1932), pp. 36-49. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=36697&strquery=spaldyng. Date accessed: 30 June 2007.
Text:

19 March 1383
William Spaldyng, tailor, was brought before the Mayor and Aldermen in the Chamber of the Guildhall for speaking evil and shameful words against Robert Croule, tawyer, whence discord might have arisen between the two misteries of Tailors and Tawyers. He put himself on the mercy of the Mayor and Aldermen and was sentenced to prison for forty days. Afterwards on the same day, at the request of the aldermen and of the good men of the mistery of Tawyers, he was set free, being bound over to keep the peace under penalty of 100 marks payable to the chamberlain if he were again convicted.

Death
yes
Occupation
Citation details: 'Roll A 26: 1382-83', Calendar of the plea and memoranda rolls of the city of London: volume 3: 1381-1412 (1932), pp. 36-49. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.asp?compid=36697&strquery=spaldyng. Date accessed: 30 June 2007.
Text:

19 March 1383
William Spaldyng, tailor, was brought before the Mayor and Aldermen in the Chamber of the Guildhall for speaking evil and shameful words against Robert Croule, tawyer, whence discord might have arisen between the two misteries of Tailors and Tawyers. He put himself on the mercy of the Mayor and Aldermen and was sentenced to prison for forty days. Afterwards on the same day, at the request of the aldermen and of the good men of the mistery of Tawyers, he was set free, being bound over to keep the peace under penalty of 100 marks payable to the chamberlain if he were again convicted.