Hendon, in the county of Middlesex

in the 13th - 15th centuries


What follow are references I have gleaned largely from the plea rolls published by AALT (Anglo American Legal Tradition) in conjunction with the National Archives. They are references relating to Hendon itself, or to individuals of the name of Hendon.

Middlesex: Richard le Rous of Hendon acknowledged debt to Adam de Ely... 1306

Middlesex: An assize came to determine whether John de Swanseye, John Clyve, Roger le Pulter of Ideslesho and John Cullyng of Hendon.. disseized Geoffrey le Ru of a free tenement in Hendon... 1324
(http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E2/CP40no253/bCP40no253dorses/IMG_0376.htm )

Middlesex: John de Hendon was a plaintiff in a suit... 1332

London: Master Walter de London, parson of the church of Hendon sued another...1332

Middlesex: The abbot of Westminster sued John Benet, vicar of the church of Hendon, in a plea of trespass...1354 (http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E3/KB27no377/aKB27no377fronts/IMG_3571.htm)

London: William Breggeham of Hendon sued by John de Fifhyde, citizen and mercer of London, in a plea of debt... 1355 (http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E3/CP40no381/aCP40no381fronts/IMG_8497.htm)

Hertford: John Benet, vicar of the church of Hendon, in a plea of debt... vs John de Munden and Juliana his wife... 1355 (http://aalt.law.uh.edu/E3/CP40no381/aCP40no381fronts/IMG_8726.htm)

Middlesex: Assize to determine whether Richard Godard of Hendon disseised John Lynford of a free tenement in Hendon 1375